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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 20 July 1901

t 5 ti 3 I i TM w > 0 c = 0 r 4 THE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON A D c X I J IN6TRUGTORS f I II lP lPA6RltULTURAL < A6RltULTURAL DEfT > ipirn fA 7 c cTUSfiE6EE F TUSKE6EE INSTIT4 c I 8J 8Jwr wr GHANBIISS GHANBIISSr r F I IN N THE NEVV N E V SOUTH SOUTHA OU TH 5 A Banner Ban oer Yebr For Tuskegee TuskegeeTiie TuskegeeThe TuskegeeThe The Heads of Five Depart Departments Departmens Departmen ¬ ments men s and the Great Amount Amountof Amountof Amountof of Work Done DoneMr Mr Emmett EmmettJ M J Scotts Pen Pic ure of The TheVeritable TheTeritable TheVeritable < Veritable Bee Hive at Tus Tuskegee Tuskeg ¬ 1 kegee kegeeMore keg kegeeMore ee ee1fore More attention is being given given to the thesubject thesubject thesubject subject of scientific agriculture at this thistime thIstime thistime time than ever before Great t institu institutions institutions instituM ¬ M > tions for teaching Agricultural Science Scienceare Seiencare Scleneeare are being established and developed d...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 20 July 1901

i 4y 4yi t OOroRE l AMERICAN WASHE W A81ImGTON ON R D i Q B 1 1REV REV A P MILLERS RESIGNATION RESIGNATIONCurrent RESIGNATIONCurrent RESIGNATIONCurrent Current Rumors as to a New Pastor for forLincoln forLincoln forLincoln Lincoln Memorial Church ChurchRev ChurchRev ChurchRev Rev A P Miller who resigned resi ned the thepastorate thepastorate thepaatorate pastorate of Lincoln Memorial churchMay church churchMay churchMay May 26th f left Washington Wasbin ton Friday FridayJuly Frtda FrtdaJuly FridayJuly July 12h with Mrs Miller and thechildren the thechildren thEchi1dr children chi1dr ll for Fairfield Conn C nn He preach preached ed in New Haven last Sunday and willcleave will willleave willleave leave Connecticut this week wet k to assume assumecharge aEsun fsum e echarge echarge charge of the A M E Z on Church ChurchGrabd thurcbt6rsLd hurcbGrand Grand Rapids Mich t tendered telJ dered hims him himtnrough bimtorough > tnrough t Bishop Wt WtltiEIS leers 1 ct rs Mr tIre Millers Mill...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 20 July 1901

r 6 THE COLORED COLOR ZD AMERICAN WASHINGTON DO D 4 ENTERPRISING AFROAMERICANS AFROAMERICANSA A Successful Coala Coal Feed and Grocery GroceryCompany GroceryComp3nyCoI GroceryA GroceryCompanyColored A Company Comp3nyCoI CompanyColored Colored red Merchants Suc Succeeding Succeedlng Succeeding ¬ ceeding in Every Avenue of Business BusinessThe BusinessThe BusinessThe The Key to the Solution of the Race RaceProblem RaceProblemNotes RaceNotes Problcmt ProblcmKansas Problem ProblemNotes ProblemNotesI ProblemNotesKansas Notes NotesKansas I t Kansas City Kansa K n8a n Special Speci SpecialThe SpecialTheNegroes lThe The TheNegroes Negroes of this city are making great greatefforts greatefforts greatefforts I efforts In a business way Indeed it can canbe canbe canbe be Bald there has been here for some sometime Bomett sottetime ¬ time tt e a great amount of business spirit spiritTo spiritTothie spiritTo To Tothie this ha has been added a new impetus impetusas as a result of the eft rts of th...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 20 July 1901

J Jm I m COLORED AMERICAN WASHI WASHINGTON GtOtil U 6 I THE CHICAGO CHIC CHICA LEAGUE MEETING MEETINGA A Royal RoyalWomen Reception in Store for Delegates Delegatesyomen DelegatesVomen Women Enroute to Buffalo BuffaloNotes BuffaloNotesbiago BuffaloNoteset Notes NotesChicago Chicago l lt et biago aos I 111 llf Special SpecialThe The gathering gatheringat g at t Boston in August last of Negro busi business busineS busine89 ¬ ness neS men from parts of the UnitedStatee United UnitedStates UnitedStates States which resulted in the organiza organization or organization aniza anization ¬ tion of ofTbe The National Business League Leaguewas LeagueVR Leaguewas was VR a move in the right direction aAGeP a astep astep step which the race as a a whc le shouldl should shouldljudly shouidIJudly ljudly l udl Y Ya applaud The first meeting was wasa wasa a great g rest success Indeed it would havenone have havedone haveaone done much gocd had it 01 ly resulted in inbringing inbriDging inbringing br...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 20 July 1901

f 8 tliE llE COLORED AMERICAN AM RIOAN W WASIN AmGTON TON D L Fha I1O G olored jLll1erican 1 Publ1hed bv rHE P COLORED AMEaIOAN Pub PubI PubL L I1BbLng Company CampanyI I c I A NATIONAL NEGRO NE UtO NEWSPAPER NEWSPAPERI NEWSPAPERPnblihod I Published every Saturday at 459 C CSt St N W WI WE I E Washington D C CSUBSORIPTION C8IIB87RtFTION SUBSORIPTION RATES RATESOne RATEROne One year 200 2001x Six 1x months 110 110Three 110Three Three months 60 60INVARIABLY 60INVARIABLY INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE ADVANCE8ubcrlptlons ADVANCE8nbsariptione 8ubcrlptlons may ne sent by poetofficemoney Postomce Postomcemoney money order express or by registered letter letterAll letterAll All communications for publication should shouldbe shouldbe be aeoompaniedwith aocompanIed wIth the tliename name of the thewriter thewriteruot wrlter wrlternot not necesssrlly tor Publ1 stion t1on but as a guar guarante guarante ante e of good faIth faIthWe faithWe We sol1clt news contributions opinionsand opInIonS opInIonSand ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 20 July 1901

4 t t F t mE COLORED AMERICAN W MmmG1Ol 1 WASHINGTON ft CI1 9 1 1 t g w wBy By the Sa Sad Sea e Wavestj Waves WavesBRUGE tj BRUGE GRlrg GRlr g rebury sbury Park is islantic situated on the At AtdiRCtlioe At16ntic At 16ntic coast almost mid midway way between betweenPhIladelphia betweenPh PhIladelphia Ph ilade F Ft hie qnd n d New York being in ina a diRCtlioe din dirtc ct t line about 66 miles from the theit thpformer thea former f ur111e ur111eit rand and 38 3 8 fromtbe from the latter By rail la11it it it is about 85 6 miles from Philadelphia Philadelphiaand Pbiladelpbiand and 51 miles mil B from New York It has haser haea haspopulation population of 5000 andrmauent and andnearly rmauent a pe penearly permanent The T tie tem temperature tererature nearly 60000 OOO in In the summer warm warmer warmp warmor seven aegrees perature p erature averages num number numuer nametier ¬ er in winter and about the same of degrees cooler in summerest summer summerTnoueh summerTnough Tnoueh T ti...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 20 July 1901

p I g 10 firE COLORED AMERICA WASHINGTON vva GWx IX I n i COPY OF LETTER FROM LIBERIAN LIBBRIANCONSUL LIBERIANCONSUL LIBERIANCONSUL F1 CONSUL GENFRAL GENERALLIBERIAN GENFRALLIBERIAN GENFRALLIBERIAN LIBERIAN CONSULATE GESERAI GE GEI ERALJ Eft AL 23 Court Street Room 2 207 207Boston 2071 2071E < m mBoston E Boston Mass U 8 A As June 9 1901 1901Mr 1901Mr 1901Mr Mr J C Boll o Secretary SecretaryInternational SecretarvInternationql SecretaryInternational International Migration Mi rBtion and Steam Steamship Steamship Steamship ¬ J ship Company 500 Church St NashvUe N shvil e Tenn TennDear TennDeaT TennDear t t Dear Sir Frequent inquiries havet have havebeen havebeen y been made at this Consulate COllsul te General as asto asto asto < to the chances and prosoects of success successof successof successor of the American Amerjc n Negro in LiberiaOf Liberia LiberiaOf Liberiaor Of curs as in every eY ry enterprise the thesuccess thesuccess thesuccess < ° success or failura of the emi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 20 July 1901

i THE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON W D 0 11 i 1i 1 1I I I NEGRO BANKERS TO MEET MEETA ConventionThere Conventions Convention CODvdntionThere A A Gall o Ufor for a National not a State in the Union Unionthat Uniontbat UnionThere There is i iflat s not a bankers association associationneither assocIationneither associationt associationneither has that flat t neither a city of any size iza or population populationbut PoPulati n nosociatiOns associations are white whiteand whitei whitebut but all these a aand and tbere are no colored colorf d delegates d elegatE s ever everelecedtoaDy evera everIec evereleced i a of them so far as knownI knownalihou known knownalthough elecedtoaDy e eleced Iec ed to any Heraldgh Herald Heraldthat HeraldI I alihou although gh it is known know knowthat n to The Reformers Bank of ofBichmond 01I o1Rhhm I that toe True is a member of ofthe ofi ofand Rhhm Richmond and andthe Virginia I Bankers Association Associations i the American I that there are seven bank...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 20 July 1901

ii i i iF OS OSmm F r 12 iZF mm COLOBED AMERICAN OAN WASHINGTON IX CL cro F s = ro I Cures CuresI CuresWekM I Weak WekM Men MenInsures MenFree ii iiFree Free FreeInsures Insures Love ana a i happy rlapppH appyHome appyHomeFor Home HomeFor ome omeFor For All How any man may quIckly cure himselfafter himself himselfalter = alter 11 er years ol suffering sn sufferingfromseiualweakness sufferingfromseiualweaknesslost feringfrom from se3 se ual weakness weaknesslost weaknesslost lost vitality night losses varicocele etc etcand e eiUld etcand and enlarge small weak organs to t mil rise EiseL meL riseL L Wt W KNAPP M D Dand Dand Dand and vigor Simply send your yo r name and ad address address address ¬ dress to Dr L W Knapp 1811 181 Hull Bldg ° Detroit Mich and he will gladly send thetree the tliefree thetree tree receipt with fall dIrectionS so that any anyman anyman I 1 man may easily cure himself at home Thisis This ThisIs Th1sts Is certainly a most generous offer and the therollowing t...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 20 July 1901

c w yaa2 F W k mfIfOlf a Cd 18 THE OO II J I lt ltI = A 1rc A American me rlcan W81 alters er8 er8Have Have Organized OrganizedBuflhlo 1 1dulo Buflhlo dulo N Y Special SPt SpecialThe = rialThe The hea heawaiters hearBg head headwaiters Bg Bgwaiters of Buflalo BufI lo met at the residenceof residence leBidenceofMr esidenetiar188 waiters 317 E licotgtreet hootof hoot llcottstreet W r Buckner v Cbarl CaRrle8 tiar188 s Mr of ofMr ofstreet street July 12th and formed an anxiJiary auxithe auxi auxiJiary the Head and S de waiterRational waiter waltersNational waiterNary to Jiary Rational toal al Association Mr G W Buck BuckDer Bucker BuckDer House Housewas Housep Housewas Housewas brad waiter at the Tiffet Tlff t Der p er cted president W B Ky Kyk K Y8 Y8bead Y Ybitf was t fl beted 1 Genesee Hotf HoUl 1 creas creasnreiand real realbead reasnrer k bead d w wer wait bitf rat r at the W T Cjzirf C JZ art Hotel Ho tel Detroit DetroitSjcrdary vitroitnr D Jtroit Jtroitb nreiand and nrer nr nrScr...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 20 July 1901

1 T 14 1 ° 3 TflE COLORED EIJ LtI Iili3J AMERICAN GDI EnliJ111Br t l AHHTNGTON 2171I1NGJlJNY D fi fiq + Y q I i 4fBE 1 E NeT NTDEeEIvED NTDEeEIvEDI DEeBIVEDJ ill I I k To THE COLOI COLORED ED PEOI PEOPLE LE OF AMERICA AMERICAi I i li K Icing lng Ci of p a 11 H HLir a 9 r T ionios aDIOS 1 1d0 l I I I IJ I I i c b 0 Z ZPPNE e I J N a Sf l d0 B 6IT IT t tC3 n C3 C3G3 ert ertJ ertf1 G3 J 1L C L J f1 f1I I I t 1 i A iFORE EFOREO IA AFTER FTE CI1R = r t If 11 ij BEfORE AFTER It J 1 F F fA fl Recognizing t cognizing the the iact fact tnactnere that there are many bu 80 UAi CALLED JLrJsu hairgrowers nairgrowers ana any j fJ cj I i hairstraighteners of these frauds now on the market lrket and knowing l kicowirg llowirg t to a eertaiz certainty t that many man t are pure and simple 81m pIe we wish to make 1l1aKe aake a straightforward straIgn tforvarfi r I ji A honest statement to the A colored race JP the through this great paper A ar 1 per In n 1871 i year our late secretary Mrs S M Moore t...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 20 July 1901

THE COLORED AM AMERICAN WASHINGTON W A IS e 15 HVBRI jiVRY VHRY BCOLLEGE COLLEGE TRADES TR nEK SCHOOL SCHOOLi SCHOOLALLEGHENY GHODL GHODLi i < i iI I I ALLEGHENY P PAA PA PAAPactlcal A AA i APactlcal A PractIcal > Literary and In Industrial Inidustrial Industrial ¬ dustrial Trade School for Colored ColoredBoys ColoredIi ColoredBoys Ii Boys and Girls Carpentry Carpen rJ Brick Bricklaying Brickli Brick and andi andInterior andInterior laying layinglastering Plastering J lBBterlng Painting li i Interior Decorations Tailoring TailoringDressmaking TailoringDressmaking 1 1 Dressmaking Millinery Voice VoiceCulture VoiceCulture VoiceCulture Culture and Piano Forte Liter LiterDepartment LiterII Literary II ary Department from Primary to toI toII tojj I II Normal Course Job Work So Solicited Sol Solicited ¬ llicited licited and Profits given given to the theStudents theI theStudents l I Students Catalogues now readyIi ready readyUnusual Ii Unusual advantages tor Girls and andI andIa and...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 20 July 1901

II IIF TTii F r 16 tlUCODI d J j litdCAN1f4SRmGTOlf Au Town TowiTopics TowiTopicsCant Topics Topicsti a ti Cant Can t help her p it must go w wtii wththem wththemjll th themAugust them jll < 1 August A ugns t 3rd 9 or orDaniel d 130 130Daniel a 30 30Daniel o Daniel Williams of the Bureau has hasgone hasgone hasgone gone to Saratoga SaratogaJ SaratogaJohn SaratogaJohn J John ohn A Hunter HunteroF o f the Bureau of r 3D En EngraviD Enraving n ngraving graving raving and Printing Is sad wfll soon Boonbecome soonbecome become a benedict bened benedictPall t Fall Military Band and oiehetraj orehee areheetra trsJ go gowith goj gowith j with Am Ampaions AmpaionsMrs AmphiollsMrs hloas hloasHrs Mrs Nanole Henderson of 1221 W Wstreet Wstreet street northwest is spending her summar sum summer I mer in the White mountains ounta ns New ITewHampshire NewHampsbire NewHampshire Hampshire HampshireMiss HampsbireMiss HampshireMiss Miss Corinne Martin is going to Bos Boston B Bton Boton ton to spen...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 27 July 1901

y + E ¼ 2 b bor i or ors s 4 ii1 L LvLO h iI iIr I 4 4r q I i 1 1PA r i rt rtii1 r 4 vLO p PA aQla i T Ley i VOL 9 NO 17 WASHINGTON D DO I 0 SATURDAY JULY 27 1901 PRICE P ICE FIVE CENTS f A MAN OF THE HOUR HOURFrom HOURFrom HOURFrom From the Rank of Private Wm O OWarmsley OWarms1ey CWarmsleY Warmsley Rises to the Eminence r cf cfCaptain fCaptain f fCaptain Captain and Assistant AB j8tant Surgeon Ga Galant Galant Qalant lant Service in Spanish War WarTvo WarTvoYears WarTwoYears Two TwoYears Years in the Phlp PhirpplnesThe Phtl ppines pines The Smith Smithsonian Smithsonian Smithsonian ¬ sonian a Benefactor of His Re Researches Researches Researches ¬ searches searchesThe searchesThe searchesThe The Spanish 8paniebAmerllan American n war has cometo come cometo cometo to an end The war in the Philippines Philippinesis is gradually coming to such a condition conditionthat conditionthat conditionthat that the predatory war which lastedhundrede lasted lastedhundreds lastedhundrefJ5 hundre...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 27 July 1901

l 2 THE COLORED AMERICAN A + IERICAN WASIISGTON W D G t t i g gThree Three Gentlemen at Harvard HarvardR j R C BRUCE E LEADS LEDdr LEADSC E C r i g L I The above is the title of an article articlewhich articlewhich articlewhich which recently appeared 8ppe red in Tbe B ston jstonTraDscr > sto stonTrauscr 3 3Transcr Trauscr pt In the flaee r lice of nor or orBin2ljd orsii orBtntld Bin2ljd sii Btntld l d opt a3 the brightest student BtudentJ in inattendance inattlndsDce inP attendance at the most mo P t famous educa educational edl1ctlonallns eci tca tcational t ¬ tional tlonallns ins itution in the wboe country countrysppf country8p eonntr eonntraPm 8p sppf ars the he name of a Negro youth youthRoscee youthR08cea youthRoscee Roscee Corfeling C Con p kling Bruce son on of Mrs T TB Tn TR B Bruce Ta Tuekegees kegees Lady Principal PrincipalIc PrlI1c p l lIt It kh uid be rend re + d b by every eve aspiring aspiring Nt Ntro Ntro Ntboy ro boy and Girl lrl throughout the cou coutry coutr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 27 July 1901

I mECoLORED tHB E COLORED AMERICAN AMERICAN WASHINGTON W D d 1 g 4 MR McCANTS STEWART A M MThe MThe MThe The first colored person to finish any graduate course course in in the University is isMuCanta isMtiCants isMliCants MuCanta Stewart son on oj T McCants Stewart now an attorney of Honolulu HonoluluHawaii HonoluluHawaii HonoluluHawaii Hawaii Mr Ir Stewart receives the Masters degree in law this springHe spring springHe spring1He He began the study of Jaw in New York City In 18967 1896 7 he attended attendedthe attendedthe attendedthe the New York University taking sppcial work and beginning the law course courseHe courseHe courseHe He came to Minnesota and entered the Law school in the fall of 97 finishing finishingwith finishingwith I Iwith with the class of 99 He was secretary of his class in his senior year and andwas andwas andwas was an active member of the Kent literary society representing rep esenting the society in inthe Inthe inthe the 98 9899 99 oratorical contest cong...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 27 July 1901

Y T p pTEE r > p 4 THE COLORED v AMERICAN WASHINGTON 3 D > C i The 1199 Masonic n DC e excursion as represent represented ¬ ed by a committee of three to took k place placeOD placeOD placeon OD July 16 h and as ws W is s egpec expected t ed Under Underthe ucderthe uuderthe the present management man8g m nt N it was a per perfect perfect perfeet ¬ fect failure The several subordinatelodges subordinate subordinatelodges subordinatelodge3 lodges appointed a committee of ten tenmembers tenmembers tonmembers members to form forma a j viral committee of 120 for the purpose purpr se of of raising funds fundswith fundswith fundswith with which to defray the expenses of ofrefurnishing 01refurnishing ofrefurnishing refurnishing the Lodge room This Tirscommittee ThisCJmmittee Thiscommittee committee give g Ive two excursions last year yearbath yearbJth yearbath bath of which were B sacce success How Howand HowandbY andby and andby by what authority this committee was wasreduced wasreduce...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 27 July 1901

± t > < THE COLORED OOL RED AMERICAN WABHINGWN WAHII GTOPT 11 7 A C 1 L > < T f > 5 n c cv v 4 IN I II N THE SUNNY SOUTH SOUTHRev SQUTHI I i Rev Re Whitmans W pitmans Family Receives a Check Checkfor CheckI I for Ten Thousand Dollars DollarsA A Reception Receptionto ReceptIon 1 to Capt Crumbly and Lieut Green GreenWork GreenWork GreenWork Work of the Kindergarten Kindergar KindergartenSocial enSocial Social NewsGalore News NewsGalore NevsGalore Galore GaloreAtlanta GaloreAtlanta GaloreAtlanta Atlanta Ga GaMaxwell p63lalRev Ppeolai Rev L B BMaxwell BIf1xwell Maxwell nMd fh ld worker of the Inter International International International ¬ national Sunday School is is still very verylow verylow verylow low at his home in Decator Ga I amsorry am amsorry amsorry sorry to say that the doctors do cot cothold nothold lot lothold hold outany out any bright b bsick hopes Dr Max Maxwdl Maxw Maxw11 Mr Alexander AlexanderHamilton AlExanderHamilton Alt xander xanderHamllton1 wdl w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 27 July 1901

3 r n l7iLIJJ 0 4 TB iLIJJ T4 COLORED COLOR VVi + V Sr + D + AM AFRICAN R CAN W WASHINGTON > iII JMID1 1II111 1II111I illiIIIl II I The American American Liar I II III IIII I BY BRUCE GRIT I ltIBJ PII llIIl11 l liIJ 1 The Amer American an lis U a is i a athan something more moreIt It Itthan than the average liar he is an artist artistthorough artistthorough thorough and picturesque picturesquero He is al almOost mOost ro if not entirely consctenceles8 consctenceles8and h and brag and blnster bt nster Is his chie1 stock stocklu stocklv lu trade He Is a methodical cues and andA BndwhEn A to gloryfving and ex exaltfng exal whEn wh n it comes al altfng his race he blows his horn with withthe withstory the skill ot a finished artist ATIn A story storyin in Leslies Weeks Weekly entitled UA A Fil FilPlt FiU FiUpittOJs Plt pittOJs a 8 Revenge by Thomas P Austin Austin1s Austinis 1s the cause of these pertinent rema kB kBA ksT A FILIPINOS T 0 REYE RED ER eG GE E z Mr Austin makes s fiftee...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 27 July 1901

ilI iiiiiiiiiT iiiiiiiiiTcoroREJi H Hfi COLORE6 COL REb AMERICAN AMEIU AN W WASffi stlINGrON sfflp < TO D 0r r 4 K > A YOUNG SOLDIER SOLDI R RETURNS RETURNSFrom REI RETURNSFrom RNS RNSFrom From the Philippine Islands and Tells of ofthe ofthe ofthe the Country and its People PeopleThe The Home HomeCircle HomCirce HomeCircle Circle ClubThe Club The Racy Doings of oft a aGay aGay Gay and Thriving City CityPersonal Personal Men Mention Mention Mention ¬ tion tionHartford tionHartford tionHartLord Hartford Jona CanvSpecialSergeant CanvSpecialSergeantHolden Special SpecialSergeant SpecialSergeantM Sergeant SergeantM M L Lthe Holden has hasjust just just returned from fromthe fromthe the Philippines after a a stay of nearly nearlytwo nearlytwo nearlytwo two years He was W S a member of Co C C48th 048th C48th 48th U S V and saw much active service ser service service ¬ vice Among other thirgs thlr ga he gaidThe said FaidThe saidThe The land is quite rough and uneven unevenand unevenan...

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