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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 25 May 1901

t3 ii iiii i i it x t 12 1 mE COLORED AMERICAN l N W WASHINGTON f D G i j r DRESSMAKLG ACADEMY ACADEMYThe EMY EMYThe The de Lam Orton Famous French Perfec Perfection ¬ r f tion Tailor System Mme J A Smallwood SmallwoodSole a SmallwoodSole mallwooai i Sole Agent ent 1513 Madison street northwest northwestMorning northwestMorning northwestMorning Morning class from 9 a m to 1 1P p mAtternoon mAfternoon m mAlternoon Afternoon class 2 to 5 p m daily dailyEvenings dallyj dailyEvenings j Evenings from 7SO to 10 100clook 100clook1tiondays oclock oclockMondays oclockMondays Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays dress dressmakers dressmakers dressmakers ¬ makers and ladles who wish to do their own owndressm owndressmaking owndressmaking dressm dressmaking dressmakingW dressmakingWANTEDTO akin g gJ8SWANTED 1 J8SWANTED W WANTEDTO NTEDTo To learn the wonderful De DeLam DeLam = Lam Orton French Perfection Tailor System SystemSeamless SystemSeamless t s Seamless Basques without one inch ol visibleseam v...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 25 May 1901

iL THE GOI0RED AMERICAN WAifflNOTQlf 11 ASHINGlOlf mill 3X G 1 THEY WANT THE BEST BESTThe BESTThe BESTThe The Colored American Popular Pc pular ia th thQuaker Quaker City CityProvidence CityProvidence CityProvidence Providence R I Special SpfcialThe The Col Colored CoLored Colored ored American will soon have the place placeamong placeamong placee among the ih ihcrnity e citizens of Provider ce and andvicinity andvicinIty an d vicinity v vjournalistic crnity which it justly deserves df s sl rues No Nojournalistic Nojournalistic N o journalistic organ ever came within the thebounds thebounds th thf e bounds of o f this section of the land with withsuch wIthsuch wit h such a wiildinginfluenoe wIt wltlding Iding infiueD influence e and within wifchina withi n a short time tam tamn e we predict a decided in increase increase ¬ crease on o n the pages of your eubecrl subscrip subscription subscription P Pon ¬ tion 11 on book boobWatoh bookWatoh Watoh the notes under this head headfrom he...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 25 May 1901

WASHINGTON D Q QlUIJIIIM arRf O Os AMERICAN 14 THE COLORED < s 1Itlt rRf rRf1Itlt F 77161iit111 JiI7iifiiiP7iiPiiP77777771 it1 p 4I 4Itf FI iiI774iI4iI4iI4tP ltl ltlt 1 I i IF Ji 46 f tf 4 4t r rI t WI rBE a N T DEeBIVBD I t I I Ii 11 i t TO JL lUIJIIIM X THE TjFf BSKSSS 1 JL JL 21 f v COLOR OLORED ED PEOPE PEOPL E OF A MERICA MER ICA ICAKing i il l d KIng of all H HLiP air lr T POnIQS POnIQSi anlOS i mR mRJ J i B it R H jj l6 T I If i i1f OZON Z r N I f 1f 21 f At 1 I e m I Vt f t 11 1 1 LA i W aiFoRi1 aiFoRi1c FORE FORE A c l AFTER AFTERf < J II IIIt C IIC It Itr r > i t I i Recognizing the fact that there are many man SO SOCALLED GALLED hair htdrgrowers growers rowers an and andhairstraighteners 2ndiW i iW 4 iy hairstraighteners h now on the market arketJ and knowing to t a certainty certni ty that many manyhonest mnnylF man 7 lF V 01 these are frauds pure and sImple we WIsh to make 8 straIghtforward straIghtforwardt straightforwardhonest t f i honest statement 6tat ment...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 25 May 1901

l mE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON W IX D 0 15 < 1 HOWARD UNIVERSITY1 UNIVERSITY1Washington UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITYWashington U UWashington Washington D C CElf CrnN CI Elf I distinct departments under one hundred hundredfcglcal hundredcompetent hundrdcompetent rnN competent professors a and d instructorsTheo instructorsTheoOgical instructorsTheokgical fcglcal Medical Legal College Pedagogical PedagogicalPreparatory peda Pedagogicalrato ogicat ogicatreparatory Preparatory > rato English Agriculture Industrial Industnalana IndustnalanaUusical and andWu5cal an anusical Wu5cal Uusical usical For Forinformation information addressRev address addre addreo Q QJI Rev J E RANKIN D D LL D Presidet PresidetGno1L Presideiz4lto o Gno1L 4lto H 5AFPORD S Secretary Secretary7Ivery tarp tarpvery JI 7Ivery very College onege trades tradesALLEGHENY rade radegcbool rad radc1ZooLb gcbool gcboolALLEGHENY c1ZooLb c1ZooLbALLEGHENY ALLEGHENY PA PAA P PAA A AA A Practical Literary and Industrial Trade Trad...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 25 May 1901

ti j J > y T 16 filE TEOOLODAMERICANSWA8HINGTONflC OOLOUD A tOANji W ASi HINMON IX it 1 i t1 > j i a 3 If THE FREDERICK n BOOdkASS oaLASS LA SS WATCH WATCHA WATCHf1 tATCh tATChA f1 1 A Magnificent Time Piece Which Can bet be beSecured bet t Sect Secured < red by b One Hoar hours Work WorkEvery Worktilj WorkEvery t 1 tilj Every well regulated citizen ought oughtto oughtlH lH t j is j to to have a 8 watch It matters not notwhether nottltM notwhliz tltM whether wbe er he be white hlte or Mack bI Jew or orGentile ori 1 s Gentile Catholic or Protestant the theman thelifi theman i J j 1 lifi man to whom time time is an object needs needsa needsiJr1 iJr1 t l I a ticker to guide e his movements So Sothen Softrt ftrt 1 then th in to the first place 1 everybody get geta f rM 4 a watch In the second nd place get t a agood at at t ti t good watch In the third plsee p lace c get getit getf1 t tt r t f1 f it at a rock roe bottom price priceHow r rice ricer e et t HowThat How HowThat Howi...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 1 June 1901

9 S ± 3 3VOL > t T 1 > 1 1Th1tff tv tvi i 70 f ft t pT pTI pTd pTu pTp pTVOL r Th1tff Th1tffF < I I y 0 0I d ssa RtTo3 o f 4 i I tl fl6 fl6I I I S I ebLOE A iV M1 1 A G 7 O SPA PE f r u p PVOL VOL 9 NO 9 WASHINGTON WA8HI GTON D DO O SATURDAY JULIE JU E 1 1901 PRICE FIVE CENTS THE PEN P EN AND PENCIL r CLUB CLUBRoyally CLOBl Royally l oyaIIy Welcomed V tlcolned tryDirection oy the Public Under UnderDirection UnderDin Direction Din ction f the t he Second Sf cond Bap Bap1st isfc Ly Lyceuma LyceUln byceum ceUln ceuma a Red Letter Day DayThe The Flower Floworof Flovrlfof Flowerof of Washington Srcieiy Si cietY Abends A At ends En EnMassa En1ascaGv EnMasseGlv Massa 1ascaGv Gov Pinchback Dunbar and andthe aDdthe andthe the Bright ana Particular Star of ofthe ofthe ofthe the Occasiin OccasiinSunday Occasi OccasinSunday < ll llSunday Sunday 4 l May ItlY a T 19 was banner day claywith dayvith with the 1 r Second Rcscon < l Baptist 13a1rtiSN 1 t Lyceum LyceumNearly IJyceumNparl...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 1 June 1901

J 2 THE COLOfiSO C3LO AMERICAN WASB1HQTOH WAS W ING1GI7 6 G 0 ccc cc t In the World of Sports SportsBY tj BY LESLIE WAUGH Paris May 16th 16tl1In In the bicyle match matchtoday matchI I today for the championship of the theworld theworld theworld world between M Mfjor jor Ta Tailor S Scolored lot the thecolored thecolored colored American rider and Jacquelin Jacquelinthe Jacquelinthe Jacquelinthe the crack French F ranch cyclist cyclist at the Paro Parodes Parodes Parodes des Princes In Bois de Boulegne dis distance distance dietanee ¬ tance one kilometer Jacquelm won wonThree wonThree wonThree Three races had been arranged Thet The Thefirst 1 first 133 meters was won by Jacquelinby Jacquelin Jacquelmby Jacquelinby by a wheel The second one kilometer kilometerwas kilometerwas kilometerwas was won quite easily by the French Frenchman Frenchman Frenchman ¬ man The third 2000 meters was there therefore therefore therefore ¬ fore unnecessarYThere unnecessary unnecessaryThere unnecessaryT...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 1 June 1901

1 iT I ICOLORED r i tii ± = = i < I k I s I ITHE a 1 THE COLORED COL R D AlfER AMERICAN A2 ERr OA A WASHINGTON W A SHtN GT ON IX D CX 1 SONGS SONGSThe FROM FRO LOWLY LIFE LIFEThe LIFEThe C The Career areer of John Francis Lee the Poet Poetpreacher PoetPreacher PoetPreacher preacher Whose Lays Touch a Responsive Respon Kesponsive Responsive sive sive Chord ChordEditor Editor Orator and Public Publicist Publicist Publicist ist he Preaches the Gospel of PeaceTull Peace Peacelull PeaceTull Tull many a gem of purest ray serene sereneThe sereneThe sereneThe The dark unfathomd caves of ocean bear bear1nll bearInil ear flower is born to blush unseen unseenAnd unseenAnd unseenAnd a 1 1nll ull many And waste its fragrance on the desert air airHuman airHuman airHuman Human existence re reveal veal a no more morestriking morei morestriking i striking fact than the possibilities oi oicountless oIcountless 01countless countless thousands of peoples who whoPSsess vhopossets veritable and except...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 1 June 1901

i 4 THE COLORED COLOI AMERICAN A RICAFi WASHINGTON N IX D 0 X J i c i Hon John P Green Is Dined Dinedby Dinedby Dinedby by Representative Men at the theNations theNations tneNations Nations Capital From All Sec Sections SecI ¬ 1 I t tions tionspices tionsIJ ions pices IJ ces until a L common platform p13 tform couldbe could couldbe couldbe be erected upon up on which which all sections secbonscould sectionscould sectionscould could intelligently in tel ligentl y stand There waanothing was wasnothing wasnothing nothing in Dr Smiths remarks to towhich tovhich towhich which the most rabid Southerner could couldhave couldhave I have taken exception and his con conservatism conseratism conservatism ¬ servatism was maintained throughout throughoutby by all the gentlemen who spoke Not Nota Nota 1 a discordant note was as sounded Dr DrSmiths DrSmiths DrSmiths Smiths prefaces of f the addresses of ofthe ofthe ofthe the orators ora tors were ere in happy p vein veinabounding reinabounding I a...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 1 June 1901

THE COLORED AMERICAN W ASHlJGTON n L 5 i = = = = for the strides strideslnade especial espec espec1aIe ial credit S Stl > IYP lnade In 11 agriculture business profes profesion profesI profesiOtl I ion ing invention entlOf and other branches brancheslweause brancheshe lweause ht ause of the t tnce he bard toil and enduring to such such1lhicenlent suchhatle that were necessary tience nce 11 hatle hatlell 1lhicenlent 1lhicenlentOur ll hlt venent venentt7u1 Our Guest was the subject of an anloquent aneloquent eloquent deliverance by Dr George GeorgeII II Richardson Itlch al dson extrustee of the theashington theashington schools Dr Richardson Richardson1Iwed t ashington the Vfl val Vflri briefly but accurately 1Iwed l l letd P Green Greenfroll GreenI I ri inn ated tecl career of Hon John from r an orphan boy of five doing doingdlorcs o ohoI In securing an educa educat assist dlorcs t hoI c s to b ti t ion n The l he he1Ir stages of action covering coveringIr covering the head or ora ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 1 June 1901

I ITHE r 6 THE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON D G THE NATIONAL NA NATIOy ION A a L BUSINESS BU BUThe LEAGUE LEAGUEThe LEAGUEThe The Second Annual Meeting of Toe ToeLesgne ToeLesgne Toeheld Lesgne to be o oala held ht ld in in Chicago ChicigoPlep ChicigoPleparatlons Piep Piepara P ala aratlons ions on a big Scale Made lade by Thrif Thrifty rrhr1fty Thrifty ¬ ty Westerners VVesternersPJans WesternersPlanslionA Plans cf f The Organi Organization Organiz ¬ zation z tionA A Banner Meeting M 1 eetinf Promised PromisedKotts Prom 1ed 1edNotes ed edNotfS Notes Notese KottsThe NotfSThe The Th e call for tha second annual ses session session ¬ sion of the National N ational Negro Easiness EasinessLesgus Bas BesinesLeague ineS3 ineS3Leagua 3 3hs League tus just 1st been issued The call callis callis callashing is iston signed by Mr B oker > T W Washing Washington Vashlugton ashing ¬ ton + as pnsidcn P r cs du Mr Ir T Thomas Fortune For Fortune Fortune ¬ tuneas tune as chairman of the executivco...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 1 June 1901

i rb f + l c ct t i2 3 i > i I I l j f fTHE THE COLORED AMERICAN W WASHINGTON A SID NGTON D e Y We are ar e glad 1ad to note that Meridian MeridiaDLodge MeridianLodge Lodge Lodgeand arNo No No6 6 is oomitig to the front fron1and frontand and Is destined soon to rival the best bestjn beatin bestin in our ourJ jurisdiction urisdiction The work in con conferring conferring conferring ¬ ferring tbe t be besuch second degree on May 17h 17hwas 17 t b bwas was such as to merit consideration TJbt TJbtdegree TbEdegree T1 e edegree degree was conferred con ferred by the Senior SeniorWarden EerllorWarden seniorWarden Warden Brother Joseph W Lee WbiU WbiUHa Wbilfhis Whi1EhI8workwas hI8workwas Ha his work was not perfect yet he satis satisfied satiflcd saUfie1 ¬ fied all present that he had given thf thfwork tluwork thfwork work hard study and by perseverance perseveranceia ia 18 destined to become a workman of nr nrlittle nrlittle nclittle little ability Brother W IL H Under Underwood Undfrw...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 1 June 1901

8 THE COLOSED AMERICAN A WASHINGTON a D G be Colored ColoredCempany 7mericaI1 7mericaI1PubUme v PubUme < 1 bv b r rHr = ceLo C4IAJum D ro IQA IOA5 Pub PubllsbUg Pub1isfling llsbUg Cempany CempanyFATIOSAL CempEtIlNATIONAL NATIONAL ISAL NEGRO f ERf3 ERf3Pnbarhed KEWSPAFEB KEWSPAFEBblisiied 1lfflSPAPRRPubl1ihed BP 2R Publ1ihed blisiied every Saturday at 48 C St N NI W WWashtngtoi WWash1ngtGn W WWashington Washington 1 D CSUBSCRIPTION C CSUBSCRIPTION c8UB80RfPTION SUBSCRIPTION RATES RATESOne RA RAOne RATSOne One 200Slxmonthe 200 200Six year yearSix Six Slxmonthe months moBthsThree 110 110Three 110Three Three months monthsINVASIABLY months 60 60INVARTARLY 0 0II II INVASIABLY 32 IN ADYANOESubscriptions ADVANCE ADVANCESubscriptions ADVANCEBub Subscriptions Bub Crtptlona may De sent by po postoffice postofficemoney postotficemoney toffiee toffieemoney money order express or by registered letter letterAll letterAll letterAu All cojamunicationg for publication should snonldbe sbouldbe shou...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 1 June 1901

1 r r ri rV s I i THE COLORED V AMERICAN WASHINGTON W At5HINGTON ft a 9 LEADERS THE NI PULPIT PULPITAn PULPITAn PULPITi i A An n Array of Ministerial Talent in the theQuaker theQuaker Quaker City cityDeath Death of Dr Potter Potterj j he Black Patti Troubadors Random RandomNotes RandomNotes RandomNotes Notes NotesPhiladelphia NotesPhiladelphia NotesPhiladelphia Philadelphia Pa SpecialThe Spesial 8pe ialThe The city cityof cityof cityf of 0 f Philadelphia i has been favored by bytne bythe the presence pre preclergymen sence of many eminent colored coloredclergymen coloredclergymen clergymen daring the past two weeks weeksMany weeksMany weeksof Many ManyGeneral of thorn th m have been attending the theGeneral theGanerbl General Assembly A8Sembl of f the Presbyterian PresbyterianCaurch Presbyterianaurch Caurch aurch as commissioners CJmml sloners Amung the thegalaxy thegalaxy thegalaxy galaxy of o f educators were Rev I U J JSanders JSand jSaudars Sanders Sand TS D D President of Biddl...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 1 June 1901

rT T WASHINGTON W O Q AMERICAN 10 THE COLORED g A REMARKABLE BOOKA BOOK BOOKA BOOKA A History of the First Meeting of the theNational theNatlonal theNational National Negro Business League LeagueBean LeagueBeantifully LeagueBeautifully Beau Beautifully ¬ tifully IllustratedThe Illustrated 1I1ustratedThe IllustratedThe The Proceedings of the National NationalNegro N NationalNegro atioDsl atioDslNegro Negro Business League Boston Bost n 1900 1900Is 1900is 1900n 1900nis Is the title of a neatly piloted octavo octavovolume octavovolume octavovolume volume of 279 pages published by Mr MrJ MrJ MrJ J R Hamm Boston Maes It is bound bound3n boundin boundin in dark cloth and nd will be sent by thepublisher the thepublisher thepublisher publisher to any address on receipt o oone of ofone ofone one dollar It should be read by everyperson every everyperson everyperson person who truly wishes to be informed informedon on what the colored people are doing doingin doingin doingin in commercial fiel...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 1 June 1901

T 2 2THE THE COLORED AMERICAN W WASHINC ABHINGTON Tnx D n 0 n Yc THE NEGRO IS ISBY BY NATURE HAR HARMLESS HARMLESSElsllo LESS LESSBIShop Elsllo BIShop P Sn Snlitn litn Has Completed An Investi Investigation Investigation gation gationP in in the West I IndiesAnlerican IndiesAnlericanConditions ndiesAmericanConditions Conditions Cause the TroubleFrom Trouble TroubleFrom From The Detroit Journal Journal1cNot JournalNot 1cNot Not in all the records of the West WestIndies Westdies Indies xn dies where the Negro has come under underthe r i thetion the influence in uance of the E English aglish civiliza civilization tion tioninsulting is there found one instance of the theinsulting insulting of a white woman by a Nf Nfgro NFBro Bro And here you have one apparent apparentdifference apparentilerence difference d dinfluence of the black man under the theinfluence influence of such civilization and the theblack theman black bloc blocas man under American civilization civilizationas as ramalk ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 1 June 1901

ii iiTEE J e + i t t 12 TEE COLORED AMEEIOAH WASHINGTON D G i i DRESSMAKING DRESS IAKINC T ACADEMY ACADEMYThe i f t The de Lam Orton Famous French Periec Periection PerteeI Perfetion I tion Tailor System Mme J A Smallwooa SmallwooaSole S SmallwoodSole mallwooaSole Sole Agent 1513 Madison street northwest northwestMorning northwestMorning northwestMorning Morning class from 9 a m to 1 p m mAfternoon mA mAfternoon Afternoon A class 2 to 5 p m daily dailyEvenings da dailyEvenings Uy t Evenings a aMondays from 7SO to 10 oclock oclockHondays oclockltlondays Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays dressmakers dress dressmakers dressmakers ¬ makers and ladies who wish to do their own owndressmaking owndressmaking owndressmaking dressmaking dressmakingWANTED dressmakingBW BW WANTED ANTEDTo To learn the wonderiol 1 De DeLam DeLam DeLam Lam Orton French Perfection Tailor System SystemSeamless SystemSeamless SystemSeamless Seamless Basques without one inch of visible visibleseam vIsibleseam visibleseam...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 1 June 1901

i IIS t j i h THE COLQRKD A1i AMERICANA AMRICAN RIOAN ABttINMo1f D e s J E A PROMINENT PRO PROS IINENiI CHICAGOAN CHICAGOANDr N Ne e s Dr George C Hall on His Itineracy ItineracyWill ItineracyWill ItineracyWill Will Visit his Alma Ma1 Mater er and Inci Incidentally IncidentaHy ¬ r k dentally Visit 1 the he Pan PanAn1erican American Expo Exposition Exposition ¬ sition in Buffalo BuffaloDr Buff BuffalnDr ln lnDr Dr George O J Hall of Chicago wellknwn well wellknown we welltWn known lltWn and an highly respected among amongall amongll amongAll all ll classes of citizens in tbe Windy WindyCtyJsbere Windyjtyisbere windyC CtyJsbere C tYcs here fora for a iewdayshe few daysbe is makfr makirg makirgan g gan an extended trip through the East Big Hianharminfir Bigf11Hlrmintl Hisnh nh nharminfir grminir and brilliant 1 ril laflt wife who has hasbeen hasbeen hass been the guest of Mrs A M Gain Cat tis s a for forsvprai forRwv forq svprai Rwv q vpral 1al days < will accompany accoml any her h...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 1 June 1901

14 TOE COLORED AMERICAN c AN WASHINGTON A T N D De Dea O = A a c c c r 411L 411Ll e lS l BE B NeT JEll T DECEIVEDTo DECEIVED il ilTHE o To THE COLORED PEOPLE PEOP E OF AMERICA AMERICAm AMERICAof A MER IcA IcAKind i iKl m Kl Kind g of all ll Hair 1 air Tonics Tonicsd TODIOSZ iii II d 6 L 1 f IIt Z N j t I v 0 tc 4 4Id 4i i I Id Idc IdI IdC C c I IL 1 I i a CtlRISTOPNE0EN6 + + er 9 AFTER AFT LR c I AFTER BEFORE 5EFORE FORE FOR It 1 that there SOCALLED hairgrowers awlhairstraighteners and anlhairstraighteners Recognizing the fact are many 1 1 hairstraighteners now on the market and knowing to a certainty that manyof many manyft man r Y Yof of ft these are frauds pure and simple i iiii ve wish v sh to make In k < a straightforwardI4 straightforward In InJ Inthe InIe I colored through this great paper iii J4 honest statement to the race late Mrs S M Moore through a fortunate fortunatei fortunatecircumstance fortunatecircumstance the 1871 our secretary J circumstance year acquired the ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 1 June 1901

i f i i ii ir 4 4i t r s i > j i ji t i ii i Y1 Y1t f 1 to toI t r re I e i I THE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON W Dt D C 1 I 4 HOWARD UNIVERSITY3 UNIVERSITY3Washington UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITYWashlngton Uf l1lE C1 ° Y Washington Washin o omenu n D C CMnScal cTEN gib distinct de departments rt menu under one hundred hundredcompetent TEN coin competent tent professors rs and instructorsTheo instructorsTheocal pedagogica pedagogicapreparatory Peda o cap capcal cal Medical Legal College g gI gIn p preparatory story B English n g fish Agriculture A culture Industrialana IndustrialanaMusical Industrial an anp MnScal Musical Forinfonnation Porinform anon address addressT T T T T TGKO Preside PreSidesrtGxo1L D D D LL Re Rev J E RA Rar cIN o GKO Gxo1L Gl H SAPFOBJ > Secretary SecretaryJvery Secretary7i Jvery 7i very College trades tradesALLEGHENY IDradeicbool cbool cboolALLEGHE ALLEGHENY ALLEGHE AL ALal L E H EIS YPA PA PAA A A Practical Practic Practicfar al Literary and Industrial Trade T...

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