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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 24 August 1901

TTi TTie O s sV e i j 4 AMERICA WASBHSfGTOH D Q R V + THE COLORED 6 i iS f I IA J J HLT A Plain Jilfl lftT HRrtllr Talk IS tt as to in 10 10BY Seruring Negro Homes Homesl < l < j ft ftBY 1 T zi BY PRINCIPAL L BOOKER T WA53EHNGLOf WA53EHNGLOff WA 3aLNGrOY f I g i ir I = r h F Every colored man owes jh i to Ito him Ittnaself himself self aid to his caiJdren Crnid renas as well to se secure secnre secure ¬ cure a f hone hOlll jist j18ta as soon 6 Ofi as possibleNo possible possibleNo pOBECibleNo No matter how smalt a real th plot of of land landmay landmav landmay may mav be or how humble the dwfling dwflingplic dWflingPl dwE1 iilg iilgp1 plic Pl c P therson something that can Da Dacalled b bcalled e called a home should be secured with without without witha ¬ a out delay A home can be secured eecuredmutfh securedmntfu securedmut mut mutfh h easier than th D many m ny imagine ima itnYaine in6 A Asmall AamaH A8maU small amount srnou mr t of money moue Paved paved from fromweak fro...

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. — 24 August 1901

7 i iii ri i l i 11jLTrr 1LrL T TOOLO U i iTim Tim COLORED OOLO AMEBlCAH tOAN QA 2 y WASHINGTON WABrIC 1tyA 33 n Q 5 I THE THERACE RACE QUESTION QUESTIONHow QUESTIONHow QUESTIONCity Councilman C cillnan Locke LockeUpon LockeUpon H How ovr Former Fori ii x City oun Upon the Dfmocrats Paramount ParamountIssue Psran10untIssue Issue IssueFrom IssueFrom Issuefrom C From The Baltimore American August Au ust ixthV ixthVDr 11th 11thDr IlthZMarcus Dr D Dcouncilman r J Marcus Marc Caigill arg111 colored color d exciy exciycouncilman exci y ycouncilman councilman from the old uneventh Eeventhin uneventhward BiSventhward ward wardplatform in speaking of the Democrat Democratplatform Demooratplatform platform says saysthe I believe In voting lor lorthe lorthe the beat man for office ffiee regardless of ofparty ofparty ofparty party in clean c anout cut issue for both par parties parties Parties ¬ ties without withoutc appeal to race or class pre projudice prejudice preJudics judice so 8e that th...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 24 August 1901

w n i a L THE coum AMEroCAN WASHIN TONi D n ra AGRICULTURE FORNEGROES FORNEGROESI FORNEGROESBishop FOR NEGROES NEGROESy NEGROESBishop y I Bishop G GColored Grant Believes in itA Michigan MichiganColored Colored FarlllJng Township TOVnBblp1be r The IndIanapolis News NewsBishop NewsBishop Bishop Abraham Grant arrived in inthe inafter WW the city this week week4IIW after an absence of ofnearly 4IIW nearly Pr a1Hlonth l oathz in which time he tray traveled trayeled eled extensively in Michigan Minneso Minnesota ta Wisconsin and neighboring statesand states statesand and spent a week at Cn Calcago cago where he hepresided hehistorical presided over the thengress historical and litera literary ry congress co cosootstlva ngress a body made made up of repre representative sentative colored men from all parts of ofthe ofthe the country The last place he visited visitedwa3 visited1WIi 1WIi was Day Da township in Cass county oountyllchigan countyMichigan Michigan which he says has a popula pop...

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. — 24 August 1901

II C mE HS COLORED 3J AMERICAN WASHINGTON n G 7 s > oI TIPS AT THE SEA SHORE SHOREDoings SHOREDoinfS Dcrl Doings Pasline at t the t he LiterartesFun Literanes Fun and Pas Pastime Pastilne ¬ time in the Gay G GCity ay Circles CIrclesThe The Capital CapitalCity CapitalCity City Throng n Much Iuch in EvidenceConerls Evidence EvidenceCon EvidenceConcerts Con Concerts ¬ certs G erls Musicales and Cake Walks Ga Galore GaloraSoc1al ¬ lore loraSoc1al Social Srict al Life at the Sa S a Side SideNarraganeett SIdeNarragansett N Narraganeett Pier K IPhe I Special Specialrhe 1 rhe iit iitliest past ten ds da3 s have been tbe live IIVeJlest livee liest lest oi th the e season There are two large largeconcert largeconc concert conc rt b blied hulls alis here and both have had hadliiied hadtilled liiied lied houses during a urin g this tIme Tne1Jo Tne Tnev Teepolo polo v < dO games aIDes arresended ended on Monday Gener Generally GeDerUy Generslid ¬ ally bl bleiurr Uy Y the end oi pOlO here m...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 24 August 1901

q9 > 8 THE COLOSED AMERICAN WASHINGTON R CL J Jh h Uie be Colored Coloredrns olQred 711I1erican 711I1ericanPttbUa11ed hiericar hiericarPabliQioQ PttbUa11ed bV rns CoLORED AMXBIOAN Pub Publishing PubllBblhg Pnbti ¬ ti lishing Oempany OempanyA j + a A NATIONAL NEGRO NEWSPAPER NEWSPAFEBPublished NEWSPAPERPubllllhsd Published every Saturday at 459 C CSt St N W WWashington WWashIngton WL WsusSaxIrrlorr Washington D O OSLTBSOBIPTION J JBUBSORIPlION L SLTBSOBIPTION BATES BATESOne RATESOne BATESt t One year S2oo S2oot 200 200Six 200lx t Six lx months 110 110Three 110Three 110Three Three months 60 60IOTABIABLY 60DfVARTARLY 60g g t IOTABIABLY IN ADVANCE ADVANCESnbiorlptions ADVANCEBUbloriptlon ADVANCEBnbroripLione Snbiorlptions may DQ sent by posloffice poslofficemoney poetoffioemoney postoftlcemoney money order express or by registered letter letterAll leterAU 41 All communications for publication pUbllcatlonshould pUbllcatlonshouldbe should shouldbe shouldbe be acoo accompanied mpanled w...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 24 August 1901

i i t s i e f i YHB COLORED AMER I OAN 1Y AI mJi II 1ftt 1fttI lie t a t I f I f PR FBOF OFa I GARLAND GA BLAND PENN PENNContinued PENNI Continued Conti sued from 8th page pageexist pa PagePenn e eexist I exist Prof Profin P Penn rm has hiiBBfclf sold his hispeople hispeople people peoplecareer in these four years of his official officialcareer officialcareer career lO 10000 OtO 0 0th 0 worth of the literature of oftne oftbe th tne e League and church and is is perhaps perhapsdoing perbapsdoing doing as much mu muto ch as any anyone one in in the churchi churchito church i to have the Negro see and rightfully rightfullyappreciate right1uHyappreciate rightfullyreci appreciate app reci ate the Methodist Episcopal Episcopalchurch Episcopalcburch church in intics its relation to the whole race racequestion racequeetien concerned in in inthe inthe ques questhe question tics While deeply the young Y sung people p pwhom EoPle of his own church churchhoin cburcbhom whom hoin he is appointed...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 24 August 1901

r r i k i c gi > 10 THE TH COLORED AMERICAN WA8HlliGTON n D at BAIL at ± COOLUMBIA COOLUMBIAFor + OLVM I IFor A For The Colored American AmericanHow Americanj AmericanHoW AmericanNovo j How art thou fallen Columbia 1No 1 INo 1No No longer Freedoms gem gemThe gemTbe gemThe The former form r hope of the oppressed oppressedToday oppressedToday oppressedToday Today oppresseth them themJ I IForgotten 1Forgotten J i < Forgotten Washington WashingtonBeloved Wai WashingtonBeloved hlngton hlngtonBeloved Lincolnwell LincolnwellPen Beloved Lincoln Lincolnwell well wellPen r Pen let them rest make makeno no re request requestPen uc t tPen Pen let them rest make no requestShout request requestShout repuestShout 1 Shout Davis down in hell helllMourn hellj l lMourn j Mourn Ethiopia mourn i iThy 1Thy Ia IThy a Thy grief is just and great greatRobbed greatRobbed J t Robbed Ro bbed once of children now of rig rrgbtEen rightj rightjEen tt J n Een God bewails tlt thy fate fatelThy fnlelJ fateJ J ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 24 August 1901

SHE HE COLOSED CO ORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON IX D c 11 lrtr p ps pTurner s 1 iM f John lsihrihe P Ta Turner of Eureka left leftos os i he 1 1 e lOih for J Jrgia orft a brief visit to Altinta Altintargi rgi rgimother rgia rgiarotber mother rth r er WIld Lilt Brown Master of Eu Eutvr is still a very sick man It is isfcvuUlf isr isi ishoped tvr 1 > fcvuUlf t 1t r t le3tlf le tl f fr hoped that he will soon be berf ben bealthrather health healthBrother healthr rf r + < < red r d to Brother r ther Hcenzie Mc 1Ceuzte Scott is is still bat batii bath ii t h r with a serious illness i llle s May Maya a Kind KindIN Rindi IN 1 videBce spare him many years is isti IS IStrl isi of all allBrother allauthor sincere wish ti trl i s Brother ruthor F J Oarozo U r ozoj has returned returnedt t nia Ji il d former residence re idence 301 2 ad streethere street streetH streetHitnWtst H HitnWtst ahwest 4i1WE t tthe where here he will be pleased to toijHethe tol ijHethe l the brethren call when in ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 24 August 1901

1I ii iixf xf f d 4 i 1 12 ftm f JLiViN1ISY LOlOO A Q VRYUOAN W119t y W y ASHINGTON + + IJaafLGMMS p pg p L y yd Vr J 5 64 y AFFAIRS AT SARATOGADistinguished SARATOGA SARATOGADistinguished BARATOGA1Distinguished Distinguished Visitors at Thompsons ThompsonsAnd L hf And Other Cottages CottagesSaratoga Saratoga Mineral MineralSprings MineralSpringsA 4 Springs SpringsA A Rich Field for the Scientfic ScientficNeophyte Scientficeophyte Scientfict t t Neophyte NeophyteSaratoga eophyteSaratoga Saratoga N Y l Special SpecialSaratoga S ecialSarato Saratoga a is isa Isa isa a natural sanatarlum B Nature in Its design de design design ¬ w ww ° sign selected a place pleasant to the eye eyeand eyeand w and one to be desired to make aching achingmortals achingmortals 4 mortals hale The purity of air the thebeautiful thebeautiful h e ebeautiful beautiful scenery t tart the he lavishments of ofart ofart a K art and the exhilerating and vivify vivifying vivlfSing vivifyn ¬ n ing in principles of oth...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 24 August 1901

1 = J 1 f M1 1 1t 0 L LHECOLORED r HECOLORED L AMERICAN A W ASHIGTON t Do r Cl 18 ITKEGRO ITKEGROGdsteDecorating i A NEGRO NEGROd Interior Tinting TintingR GdsteDecorating Decorating dO d d te R dR E RENCHERi RENCHERiJ r tJl1C ding J colored artistic designer decorator decoratortJl1C decoratorand and wall papenst papenstComplete paperistComplete Complete Stock Stockd Stockates furnished Work donehere done doneau ates au autown and d Samples be inspected at any time timeRenclier h here r 10 in town can Renclier Rencliercn enCller 2211 7tn 7 7tI cn N W aintinc aintingThe Wil tI Papering PapenDJ PapenDJAJ AJ AJj j The onlg OLo OL e DELIC DrL14t OUS s sCl IIJ IIJI I I Ii I ICE ICEr cr ill P PA1LLOS A RLO R S SI i it 1 r col colored r ed laau taaie3 Q 2 Jentleme ntl me 1 IS is at at112S 112S 71h 7 Ii Nlre6 N r W Wlil lil I Best ice ice cream and best Of treatme treatment treatmentCa1 t tI I CaB and investigate Soda fountain fountainlJ inclnnection R Remember membe the l nl1mber nl1mbero ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 24 August 1901

S f t l a f F I 14 TUB TOLOEEDAMICANWASTTTNGTONDC TOLOEEDAMICANWASTTTNGTONDCI COLORED OOLOJIt AMERICAN WASHINdTOHi d BL CL CLTV 0 0a 3 3f e a > < m1 ca 1IIl 8 io I a C tD z CIiI es st GB = f t iS r ii tf t 2 1eBB N T lBeBIYBD I It11 4 6 6t TV Ti r DTOJ ED F D PEOPLE OF AMERICA AMERICAof m t11 i il 3 t J t To J Lx THE J ij fFr J > COLORED COLOR L J x jRED 1 v 0 ft ftiKirLg t S SI Sft 3 1 t J l I I K iKirLg 1 fig of 0 all a 11 Mair H aIr Tonios T anlOS It Itt4 t4 F5 t 1lt 4 fA fAit Y iIi < 4 l IH 1 11 11iIi L tl f < < J JY i r c > > le f IJ it I S e ozoNe z N e < A Jt t of f a 0mY mY mYG < S L Q G 9 98m e iC 8m r iCr r l v J f I AIlIt UtHOI4 + QNl17i1 F i r 1FORE FORE II AFTER BEFORE AFTER t J ttjl In > r Recognizing R ecogolzlng the t th 1 Ie e fact that t 1 lat there t 1 1ere are re many SOCALLED 80 C AILED hairgrowers 1 hairg lRIrgrowers rowers and andhairstraighteners andhnirstraighteners andi r i lit hairstraighteners now on the market urket and k...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 24 August 1901

A I It ItCOLOR1ID t COLORED AMERICAN ERICANs WASHINGTON W A H N N R W 15 15 J ii iii HOWARD flOWMDUNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITYDepartment UNIVERSITYII i II IIil il jMed JAGdical al Department DepartmentHectical B acnBn acnBnZnel7din 1 IncJJding IncJJdingK g gdiottI iiiP iiiPThirtyfourth Hectical K tIlCIl It fCII + ti till cfc P1 Ptiarmacentlcal PtiarmacentlcalThirtyfourth Pllnrmncentcali Itrmi cen peril i oll e eThirtyfourth I Thirtyfourth session 10011902 begins Oct i iTuitioa II II r rrattics I I Tuition fee in Medical and Dental Colleges Collegeseach CollegesI I I each edch80 80 Pharmacy College 70 All stu students stuI stw stwdents I dents must register before Oct 12 1901 1901I zoi zoii I I her t r catalogue cat AJo2ue or farther information apply to toF toI toF I F J SHADD frl I D Secretary SecretaryI I 901 B I St 8t2 N NvV W Wash D C GProspect Ct CProspect CProspect t Prospect Park Anacostla AnacostlaNow AnacostlaNow Anacoat la laNow Now open for engagement Splendid Splendi...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 24 August 1901

= ii iiL L i1ki i1kir i1kii i1kit j jr i r r f t f I6 t tI i it l I 16 6 OUJIOOJ PJ A fIA IAgnIToN H mOlft a at t t t t BLACK SKIN REMOVED EMOVER J fA AiWonderf b Wonderf n er uLrace u us IFaceBlea Bleacre BleacreAND h11 s AND HAIR STRAIGHTENER STRAIGHTENERboth both in a lw box > x for forl Sl 1 or three boxes for 2 Guarn Guarnted Gn1nted Guaranted > ted to do what wesay weBPv v and to be the best bes to in the theworld theworld theI I r world One box is is all that is required if used 11 ed das dasdirected as asdirected asr r directed directedoff off A WONDERFUL F FACE CE BLEACH BLEACHA BLEACHPEACHLIKE tt A PEACHLIKE complexion obtained obtavnedIfIlSBda if ifnSOO used a adirected a adirected 1 f directed Will turn the skin of a black or r brown brownperson brownperson 6 person four or five shades lighter and a mulatto mulattoperson mula1 O Operson t person personperfectlywhtteInfortyeighthoursashade personperfectlywhtteInfortyeighthoursashadeortwo perfectly white In In10rtyeI...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 31 August 1901

j < r i llI I Ija r rllI i I I 1 i i i ja L lIi ij i r rVOL c J VOL 9 NO 22 WASHINGTON D DO 0 SATURDAY AUGUST 31 311901 1901 PRICE FIVE CENTS THE HE NATIONAL NEGROBUSINESS NEGROBUSINESS NEGRO NEGROBUSINESS BUSINESS LEAGUEHolds LEAGUE LEAGUEHolds 4 4Holds Holds its Second Annual Se Ses Session Sassion s ssion ¬ sion in Chicago Ill and an d i is isLargely IsLargely s sLargely Largely Attended by Delegates Dele Delegates Delegates ¬ gates From Nearly Every JSveryState EveryState EveryState State and Territory inthe in intrie inthe the Union UnionPRESIDENT UnionPRESIDENT UnionPRESIDENT PRESIDENT WASHINGTONS ELOQUENT ELOQUENTAppeal ELOQUENTAppeal ELOQUENTApp App Appeal eal For Sterling Worthand Worth Worihand Worthand and Citizenship On to toRichmond toRiohmond toRichmond Richmond in 1902 19O2Chicago 1902Chicago 1902Chicago Chicago 11 llSpecialThe Special The second secondannual secondannual secondannual annual session of the National Negro NegroBusiness NegroBusiness NegroBusiness Bu...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 31 August 1901

i I ii I Id + lrJ 2 fHE COLORED COLOR D AMEEtfCAJSr MER N WASHINGTON < < r Dd d G < < 1 1t1 t1 t J o l ECHOES OP THE AFRO AFROAMERICAN AFRO1it AF RO Tt 1it 5 AMERICAN COUNCIL COUNCILPresident COUNCILJfr COUNCILPresident Ji JifP Jfr > > fP i President Walters Walt ors the Recipient of Three ThreeHaadsome ThreeHaBdsonle ThreeHaadsore f t Haadsome Presents PresentsThe The Delegates DelegatesBanquetted DelegatesBanquettedA Banquetted BanquettedA A Deep Interest Aroused Arousedin Arousedthe in the Local Council CouncilNew New Members MembersAdded Members4daed M embersAdded Added AddedPhiladelphia 4daedPhiladelphIa AddedPhilade Philadelphia Philade h is PaM Pa Special SpeaiallRO S eclatTvo T o of ofthe ofthe f fthe the most delightful functions of the therecent therecant therecent recent session slE session s8ion of the AfroAmerican AfroAmericanCouncil I1 I1Council Council held m Philadelphia were the ihtpreseataUoa lhfpresentaUoYJ thepresentatlou preseataUoa to Bishop A...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 31 August 1901

t 4 4Y ifHEOOLORED HE COLORED AMERICA AM RICA WASHINGTON W > B G B Y Nli lip lipWashington Washington D C t July 15th 15ths 1901 1901No 1901No 1901No No 2431 W The TheM M ExGrand ExrandChapter ExGrandChapter ExGrandChapter Chapter of B A Masons of the theDistrict theDistrict theDistrict District of Columbia Greeting GreetingM M ExGrand High Priest PriestThere PrleatThere PriestThere There are occasions in this M Ex ExGrand ExGrand ExGrand Grand Chapter when we turn from the thebusiness thebusIness thebusiness business to behold the work of 0 f the thereaper thereaper thereaper reaper Death There are times of ofsolemnity ofBolemnlty ofsolemnity solemnity and bereavement when language lan language language ¬ guage oannot portray toe emotions of ofthe ofthe ofthe the soul There are periods when sad sadness sadness sadfloss ¬ ness like a tidal wave sweeps everthis over overthis overthis this M Ex Grand Chapter with resist resietleee resistless reslstleBs ¬ less force There are experi...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 31 August 1901

s 4 1HE 1ff COLORED AMERICAN ICA1f WASHINGTON WAS V GIYiN R D til C R 2J l 2J gtro gtroEchoes 4I Echoes From Fromthe the Leaue LeaueCO League LeagueCONTINUED t 2i ulr CO CONTINUED TINUifiB PKOM FIRST FIRS PAGErj PAGE J 1 rj ffiJ g t tu tude udef < le patience and by the use of hon honest honest honest ¬ ct est methods can surer surely succeed Every Everybusiness Everyf Ever Everf f 1 f business of importance was vas represent represented ¬ ed and addresses were made especial especially especialt ¬ = + ± af a t ly I r for the druggists d1 ugb ugbgists gists merchant tailors tailorsgame tailorsgame tailorsi i game and poultry business dressmakingand dressmak dressmaking dressmaklng ¬ ing ingand and even in in behalf of the embalm embalmeirs embalmf embalmers < f eirs ers rs eirsL rsL L G Wheeler of Chicago deliver delivered deliveredan ed edL4c L4c Or an interesting address on merchanttailoring merchant merchanttailoring Inerchanttailoring tailoring His experience in this pur pu...

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. — 31 August 1901

0 f h < It i HB CQLOBE2 AMERICAN WASBIKGTON W B C i I I which was read was wasi wasably t f sion sic Eloquently Ever Every paper and andby vittily ittity discussed discussedi discussedEloquently i ably floor Among AmongI Amongthe lea e8 on the i the dE dtleva by bright stars in m t this 1S 1Salsdy ularl ularla Partioularly Y parieo I the orators were Dr Robert R o b ert F FI FI lv of alsdy earl Y a A N John JohnTenn John8on I of Nashville N a5hv1od 1le f Penn enn oyd BY I Mobile Alason Ala Geor2e eorae E Jones JonesLittle sonLittle son Rock Ark J C Napier Nash Nashyule NsshyUle Little Tenn MartinFerguson Martin Ferguson Jack JackM Jacksonville JackD > yUle Dr D P Robinson Lexfi0Ily11le Lex Lexington sonville FI Fis FisI FisPr is Ky I F Bradley KPSS9s0ity KPSS9s0ityMo Hsa9 A5 A5n City CitySt I ington n ton St LouisMIl Louis Louisfrom LOUISMo Mr biro M A Robinsono Robinson Robln on bi Mo o and last but not n nr nfrom of least the delegate delegatefrom delegateand Mo r Mr Allen H...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 31 August 1901

± c f HE COLOltD AMlRICAN A ICAN L WASHINGTON WAS GT N D D1 a af f I F z t ts s aS t WHAT A FEW OF THE COLORED COLOREDAmericans COLOREDAmerosns COLOREDy y j Americans Friends Have to Say SayWords SayWorde 1 Words of Good Cheer and Encourage Encouragement Encouragement Encouragement ¬ ment That I161 Help us on our Struggling StrugglingWay StrugglIngWay Strugglings s Way THE RIGHT VIEW VIEWE VIEWE VIEWE E E Cooler Coo er M Mgr Colored Amen AmeriCB AmerlcaD Amena CB Dear Friend a I Ihave Ihaveadverse have haveno haveno no adverse opinions o inioDB of The Colored ColoredAmerican ColoredAmerican Colorederlosn American erlosn Yom aflbrta to make It a afirst aiint at first t class Journal are commendable commendableand commendableand commendablei = i and the only one reason ress n why you are hav having havIDg haying ¬ ing a bard struggle to maintain ma ntaln it isthe is isthe Iethe the dense ignorance of one class andthe and andthe andthe the Inexcusable indifference of the oth other othe...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 31 August 1901

J B COL RED OANt W AS INGiON Il E A SOUTHERN CHATA CHATAQUA UA UAEloquent s Georgian in Evidence EvJdenoeThe An Eloquent AnThe The ExposItion Ex osition ProgresstngCbarles ProgresstngCbarleston w ton n News Notes NotesGharleetor ag Charleston S C SpecialCertainlyno SpecialCertainly ar arno tr trcity no colored l lecturer ct urer who whohas has teen een to our ourdeserved deserved served greater praise praisecity WI WItbeu city receDt rec recthan enty y than Rev S 1 1 X Floyd who deliver deliverd this thise thisThe gr grweek lecturers in in Charleston four e fd d week weekon The first tbree lectures were wereweek w re so soof on practical iU j = lcts and werp brimful brimfulofcometan of ofcometan common e nBe and plain advice The They climax cl1m x vas as reached on let 1 iEt Thureda Thuredanight Thursday y night at PIJmoutb Co gregaPo Rregalonal Rregalonalcliarch 81 81cburch cburch w1en Rev Ii Itod loyd delivered his hie1S8t hislast last lcture CJD t he e k Race ace Pro lem in InSin...

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