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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 14 September 1901

Z 3 ii J 1 i r 1 1t t tF = t I 16 1 m OCl othii i1Iun F a iai I J a e1 Y ti Town TopicsSeoorder TopicsReoorder Topics Topicsf ToplcsaRecorder x f p 3 Recorder Cheatham spent this week weekInlforth weekt t Inlforth In 1 orth Carolina CarolinaMiss CarolinaMiB8 CarolinaMlas Miss Effie Simmons IB is a new copyl copyl1st copy copyist copy1st 1st in the City Hal HalJSee HalBee HallSee iii11 See advertisement of the fete Cham Champetre Champetre ChainPetre k petre on Monde Monday next at Lake VIew in injmoiher inanohor inanother jmoiher another column columnMr columnI 1 1 I > Mr MrA A C Bryant who has spent sent P tte ttesnmmer tbeJ h r i f J snmmer sam finer at Beach Haven N J Jt has re returned let re returned ¬ turned t rned so the city cityMr city1rlr cityi1t5 i1t5 Mr O B BJefferson Jefferson J e erBon who spent s pent the thesummer thesummer 7 summer at I Narragansatt + PiersR PierR In Inhas IJ IJh I Ihth8 has h B returned to the city cityMrs cityMr6 cityMrs Mrs V P WInE1W WiDE w o...

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. — 21 September 1901

= I i r r 1 1Yf iJfi 0 J tn f 6I L I 2 2t t Yf f fc 0 0i i f I c L II 7 7L 7II T Td I L + f i 1ti 9i D y 4 9 p n nL d A M MVOL L ti 1 VOL 9 NO 25 WASHINGTON D DO 0 SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 21 2 1901 PRICE FIVE CENTS 1 HONORED HIS HISJRBMAINS HISJRBMAINSI REVAI REINS REINSorbs S SI Srhe I The Oriole City Mourns for fo P resident Pftsident PftsidentMcKinleyRecepUons PrsidentMchinIeY residentMcKinlcy McKinlcy McKinleyRecepUons Reception s Await Avaitthe the re return rey reytarn io iotnrn turn of the Ministers MinistersCol Col Sly Give Givea G Hvep HvepStagPolitIcal Ives Ivesa a Stag StagPolitIcal Political Managers at t Woifc WoifcThe WOlkThe WoikThe The Social Miner MIrrrrNotes MIrrrrNotesBatimore MlrrcrNotesBaltimore Notes NotesBaltimore Baltimore Baltimore Md gpscial SPscialThe p Cil Th9 sor sorrowful BO BOrowrul cord cords rowful countenances s decoration iu iumourning iumourni1g mourning of public L buUJings bu ijings 1Ji ig n s aisd 8TIdpri 8TIdprivate pri private Privats ¬ vate resid...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 21 September 1901

of ofi < 7i > < > t i 2 > i it t 2 Da in iCOnTbED JJV AMERIOr1 WASHINGTON WAS GTOt3 1 3V ft vVI M A ADa V i Wipe Out ANarchy Alelar Iz and andCampaign LynCh La LaCampaignThat Laws Lawsr LawsCampaignThat r > Campaign CampaignThat That Will End in Halls of Congress Started at Colgred Col Colipred Col50red ipred Veterans Ve erans Camp Fire FireRace Race Feeling and Parly Par y Dif DifI Diff DifE I ferences f rences Vanish Away AwayCLEVELAND AwayCLEEL AwayGEES E CLEVELAND CLEEL GEES ELAND NP PIAIHDEIER y Aged A ed and bent bentk colored veterans veteransmany veteransmany k 1tF many many man from the center of the black belt beltof beltof beltf r f of the south relieved e e ein their pent up feel feelIngs fefliitRs Ings iitRs in a with tears and shouts together togetherwith togetberwIth togethera a with hundreds of their white comrade comradefrom comradefrom comradej4 j4 from Dearly every ever state in the Uniont Union Unionlast Unionlast t last night at the Grays armor...

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. — 21 September 1901

r > j f THE HE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON W D l a r s D w sti ANTAGONIZED A TAGO 1IZ IZED U BOOK BOOKER ER WASHINGTONBjl WASHINGTON WASHINGTONWas Was Sn Snubbed SnubbedJustus ubbed Ju JuBt Justus stns Evans FallsThrough Falls FallsThrough Bjl B Through in Hartford Hart Knights of Pythias Pythi ¬ Oilicers licers For the Year Y YearYoung YearYoungact ear Youngsociety Young YoungSociety Elect Et act Oi as Society hga Man nLeftOne Left One Girl and MarriedSooyetY Married MarriedPersonals MarriedPersonalsG o Iriterest in g gSpecial Personals PersonalsHartford PersonalsGHartford Personalso Special The Rev RevJu8UB RevJU8 Revand Hartford S arts and Conn Evans a known as The TheProphet TheProphet Theiu jAmc3 J lIDOS iu Ju8UB JU8 a LS of the Lard lectured at Grand GrandArmy GrandArmy Grandprophet Prophet prophetArmy Tuesday even evenngi evenI1g Main street Ha Hall jj lain Army sept 5 5h hJ to t o a fair seized audi audierCo audienco ands1zg ngi he hewas heWfl3 His c orject hj hjVCO act a...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 21 September 1901

i wTii T cT J i t a 1 s i 2 < 4 m filE COLORED AMERICAN WABffiNGTOlfJ W ASHINGl N D A 0 1 i > i THE AMEI AMERIGANPOIIILVE CAN 3 C nVE LE L64GQ G E A New but Powerful Race Organization OrganizationWhose OrganizationWhose OrganizationWhose Whose Object is is to Encourage Thrif hrifj hrifjThe hrifiThe j jThe The Saving of Money and the Purchase of ofTrac ofTrac ofTrac Trac s of Land for the Building of Negro NegroTowns N NegroTowns e Jro JroTovvns Towns and Cities CitiesIts Its Plan is Member Membershipjits Memb Membershipits r rsl shipjits sl ipits Capital CapitalBruce Bruce Grit the Well Known KnownNewspaper KnovvnNevvspaper KnownNewspaper Newspaper Correspondent cor esponden is made the theSecretary th thStcretary theSecretary Secretary Tells the Story of is i s Reaiak Reaiaks Beaia Rel a li liable ksble ¬ able s bee Growth GroWLhTl Grow h Th3 Th 3 Cons itu ituion ion and Planof Plan Planof Planof of Management Managen ent rs Past events present circumstances and andthe andthe...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 21 September 1901

j 5 I k i r It r yS J rrf 11 1 1t Y YJ t d OOWHIDJ AMERICAS J tail it Aa Imaro U J < J t l r rPRESIDENT PRESIDENT THEODORE ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTSoldier R008EVELfSoldier ROOSEVELTSoldier I Soldier Orator R ugh Rider and President THE ZION BAPTIST C HURCH HURCHContinued HURCHContinued r 1 1ContinuEd Continued from 1st Page Pagewith Pagewith Pagewith with fear and trembling tremblingKev trem tremblingRev bUng bUngRev Rev William Gibbons his pred < oes eear oessor sor r was a grand old man and a king kingarnons kln klnamont kingamong among his people Fco G Gsmall le It was indeed no nosmall nosmall small undertaking for fora a young man fresh freshfrom freshfrom freshfrom from his books to take the place vaoa vaoaei vac vace1 vacae1 e1 by so large and SD able a man Dr DrHoward DrHoward DrHoward Howard however has been a successfrom success successfrom successfrom from the very beginning he began at atonce atonce atonce once to harmonize halIponize and to strengthen strengthenthe str...

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. — 21 September 1901

s 1 1 1M S 5 4 41f M 4 t SHE COLOS1D AMERICAN W WASHIMf ASH1NGT ON NJ fi 1 G Gp f 1f r J 5t Y e p i w3 w3r iIf f 1 r A PRODUCT OF THE SOUTH SOUTHThe SOUTHL SOUTH1ftt 1ftt L The Career ar of Prof Thomas S Sc Swan Head Headof Heady HeadU U y of the Industrial Indu9t ial Department of Aver Avert Aveiy AveiyCollege tlj t f College Trade SChool at Allegheny AlleghenyPennBylvania AIeghenyLt Ale hen henPennsylvania Lt J JtJ > Pennsylvania PennBylvaniaA Penney Ivanfa Ivanfat < t tJ d 4 I J A feature that has made The Colored ColoredAmerican coloredAmerican + 1 r American popular wIth ith its readers rea era and andpatrons andf1J andF f1J F patrons is rS that of showing from time totime to totime toI toi I i i time the pb progress the race is i making makingalong makingt makingalong along industrial lines Its policy has hasbeen hasfJF t l lp fJF ft > T r been not only to tell the story of the thetribulations theff thetribulations p ff tribulations and successes 01 0 Individ Individn...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 21 September 1901

tTLL E < D C 7 7r C riB COLOBED AMERIOAl ASHmGXON r Q On in Thursday night last the Gra Grard Grardgigh d dHigh High PrIest Frank J Cozzens accompanied accom accompanied panied by his Grand officers paid hisannual his hisannual annual visit to St Johns Chapter No 7 R A M Afer R cordial welcome expressed in some very complimentary complimentaryremarks remarks by the High PrIest Companton Compan Companton ton H C Irving the Grand rand High SighPriest HighPriest Priest was invited to the East and as asaamed i iAnmed aamed the gavel The Gran Qranci < 1 meers cSeeretaking meerstaking taking theIr several sttion 8t t loni After Af ter theappoinment the theappotnment appotnment of a committee to investi investigate Investigate gate the books of the Chapter the theGrand theGrand Grand High PrIest called upon the officers offi officers cers and members of the Chapter foracme for forBeme acme remarks 811 of which were very verycomplImentary verycomplimentary complImentary of the zeal an...

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. — 21 September 1901

> 6 = > > s t tA I i t 1 1JI JI JI0i J 0i A S f 11 COLORED AM AMERICAN IUCAN trAsffiNGTOH WAStnNGTONI1V m o 1 1n i n FQ6 e Colored ColoredTHS o ol 1 orad fIll1erican fIll1ericanPubl1 erica ericaPnkllahaQ Publ1 PnkllahaQ = hed by THS CeLOBED COIK > BSD AMERICAN A tE8I0AA Pub Publiabing Pnbl1sblhg Pabf f Y liabing Company CompanyA CompanyTI x F A tflTIOKAL TI Pi NEGRO NEWSPAPER NEWSPAFEEPublished NEWSPAPERPubl1lhed 1 T YSP1PE i Published Pnbiish Q every Saturday at 459 C St N Nt W WWashington WWashington W WWashington Washington D C CSUBSCRIPTION CSUBSORIPTION CIIBORiPTION SUBSCRIPTION BATES BATESOne RATEOne RATESOue One year 1200 X200R 1200Bix 200 200x Bix x months 110 110Three 110Three 160 160IN R Three months mont m nt s 60 601NYAKIABLY 60INVARIABLY INVARIABLY IN 7At3IABLY IN ADVANCE ADVANCEiSnftsorlptlonB ADVANCEUbIlCllptl0n ADVANCIt t iSnftsorlptlonB may oe sent t by > y postomce postomcemoney postomcemoney pOeLOffi08manoq money order express or by registered lette...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 21 September 1901

o r t F It ftIB WLOBED AMERICAS A OANJ WASmJfGIGW D 9 yam A NEGRO SILK MILL MILLU at the Charleston CharlestontX will i1 11 be in n Operation 1 U w Washington Enter EnterJ Enh Enterx r ruined itionProf Proftwined Prof jtion tX k x fo o twined J d and Pleased With the Progress ProgressMadeAtroAmencans Progressafro ProgressMade theWade the theFeder1 Hold all MadeAtroAmencans Made afro AtroAnlerlcans Americans Federal Offices 0 Qfl flICesNoses ces Notes = rle3toll S C J Sa Special1Ir P ialCoininiaMr ialCoininiaMrsioaeI Book Bookar Coklle3ton CQE i LJCI iw fcw j jT = Commissioner sioaeI in ini in inrJif i iBook n nif T Washington ashington ar Department of the the4rleBton theCnarleelOn thet rJif t i if f t ciariest ciariestsit i the Negro Ne ro has been in the theeiiv thecHy theon CnarleelOn 4rleBton on E Exposition oositton oosittonciariest Ibis t tuI wek we k for the purposecity purpose purposeous urpose urposeof days two t WO sit city with the colored c lortd Exe Execu ExecupnBUlt u ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 21 September 1901

Tii > 0 H 7 LL LLit it 1 iQ i f fa fs COLORED AMERICAS WASHISfQtEOH W B n file fileJ s a 4 J a S t S Ev F1vr3 r3 body Ea8 Ea8CORBYS Ea EaF F i r CORBYS 55 OTHERS BKJSAIX BKJSAIXr BKEADur f fr 1 r i S It is easily the best bread in the world It is ispure ispure ispure pure and wholesome and is the th greatest strength strengthgiving strengthgiving strengthgiving 1 giving food you can eat Mothers Bread is sold old by byover byover b FS over a thousand grocers rocers in this ct city t J Try T Tt rY it itmm itorbJ u A t L Qarbya orbJ 8 310dern Bhkety BhketyD 4 4r r S k a afirs D 1E a IBB IBBWHOLESALE IEEOIl3 II IIWHOLESALE firs WHOLESALE MAPiUFAOTUitI MANUF OTUIlISG O and 1 RETAIL RETA1LCONFECTIONER RETAILCONFiCTIONEF mm CONFECTIONER I ItJ 1 = tJ 523 23 41 4 Street Southwest SouthwestWASHINGTON Southwestf f WASHINGTON D C CWedding CWedding CW CWedding Wedding Cakes Made and BndParties an anPartIes anda W a > Parties Furnished at atBiiort ati k a i k > Short Notice NoticeIce Not...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 21 September 1901

i 1 r f k t t l t I > it THE COLOEEB AMERICAN WASHINGTON IX n 1 = = 50 YEARS YEARSTRADE YEARSRIEMCi YEARSXERIENCE XERIENCE XERIENCETRADE RIEMCi TRADE SVARKSDESIGNS SVARKS lnARKSD 1V ARKS ARKSDGIGNS DESIGNS DESIGNSvvw D DGIGNSI StGNS StGNSf vvw f COPYRIGHTS c 0Anycn cAnyone eAnyone Anyone aei serving eT ding a sketch and descrl description tion ma3 ma3tib ma maaaiefclv IDaQut Anycn opinion free whether ar artnenUon arinvention our 4 aaiefclv 9 Qut tib klY ascertnin n is 4 t roblbly Wl Wlsent probably pnt nater ntnbe + ttble Communicfl Communicfltlon5 Comm uniea unieaA unieaLions invention confidential nldentlaL7Ifuudbook IIaudbookon n Ptent8 Ptent8seat P A tents tentsifnt Bict1y ictly c Lions s Oldest agency Jot Qr securing sec > uring patents patentsPtiteHls IfatentsPKteHts ItatentsPrig sent free t9 taken through tl1run h Munn 4 Co receive receivev receivetpiclal receivefcfflt PtiteHls Prig in theP the theSti wthnut charge nul witce tee tpiclal P a aA Sti Sctfh ntlfi y m itlUt...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 21 September 1901

i ij y T I 1 1H 1Lr S H Lr j 12 2 2S mB OOLOdD AJlERIOA if ABHmGTON n + I Thai1toto Thai1totoofl lj ljnIt erQ erQa L nIt nItL tfj tfjoJ ofl oJ V < t f There is no class of men who are so sopersistently 80persistentlyand sopersistently persistently persistentlyand and systematically robbed robbedaa s as the publishers of of newspapers Not Notonly NLtonly Nc t tonly jj only do subscribers think it cute and andsmarfe andsmart smart not to pay a subscription bill bIHbnt bIHbntadvertIsera bailbutadvertisers but butadvertisers advertisers and people who seek noto notoriety notoriety notoFistY ¬ riety through the columns c lamns of toe news newspapers Dewpapers ¬ 3 papers take alljnean all s spublisher mean advantages ad vantages of the thepublisher thepnblisher publisher and will not pay a a biii unless unlessthey UL lass lassthey lessQ r they the are forced faradPublisher Q d to do dOl oat it t The he colored coloredpublisher coloredpu publisher pu blisher especially e3 e ially is the...

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. — 21 September 1901

i i iLc 4 tfr COLORED Lc ORED R ED dJfERICAN iEFc1f AN W WASHINGTON ASHItfGTOH I D Ba Q 13 v BEFORE USING 1 4 Ad It l f + st VJ i 4 d I v r f i r < J 12 d l Z W s if EO + J + tg tgFREE FREE TO ALL ALLWho Who will Answer tbis AdvcrtisoIDont at DOCG DOCGo o I he Great GreatMagnetic GreatMagnetic Magnetic Brush I AFTER AFTER USING 111 I t 1 This marvelous invention with withfhe the aid4 aid4of aid ier i of LUSTERONE the undisputed monarch of all Hah Tonics and Hair Straighteners Straightenersno Straightenersstraightens Straightenersstraightens straightens Kinky Nappy Knotty notty Harsh Stubborn Refractory Curly Hair Electricity is Life The great MAGNETIC BRUSH has hasJ hasno J no equal in stimulating and and causing the hair to grow long straight fine and luxurious It kills all the germs and humors so sodangerous sodangerotts sodangerous dangerous to the health of the scalp and the hair LUSTERONE is the unquestioned king of i all Hair Tonics It not only causes it to togrow togrow to...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 21 September 1901

z J I t t t 14 mE COLORED A11ERIGA WASHINQTOE WASHINQTOETo W QTOll n ti tiI 4 4a a r I t BB N NT T DBeBIYB DEeEIyRDPEOPLE m j l lI I T To THE COLORED COLOR ED EDa EDi PEOPLE OF AMERICA m I IIt f fof d i It a tt King K llg of 01 0 all a 11 I H Tedr aIr 9 T Jonics onlCS g ft fti1 t t i1 i c 66 ezeNe < u Z f N l It I s < I III IIICd Cd CdI I = L I 1 fF a q JFAFTER AFTER AF E t f1 J i C 1i = a FORE v nc Q BEFORE SEro RE M I t J 1 It 1 1t ItI Recognizing b by the fact that there the e are many SOCALLED hairgrowers and andhairstraighteners andH H K t j I y hairstraighteners now on the market arket and knowing b to t a certainty certai ty that man many manyF Y Yof i of F these L are frauds pure and 1 81mpIe i we wIsh t to t make a straIghtforward straIghtforwardU T Thonest U 4 ° IA honest statement to the colored race through this great gre t paper In Inthe Int 1 t the year 1871 our late secretary Mrs 1011 S M I Moore through a fortunate fortunatei ° o circumstance acquired the recei...

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. — 21 September 1901

c 2Hte 2HteTHE r U 2 2t < < t THE fm1 E OOLOESD XLO1t1 AMERICAN WASHIKQ WASRNTty w AS1illiGfi1Ni OK C fc < t 1 15 i ir II OJ MADE Of ANY ANYJflIN6B JflIN6B IIIIN4iJYANY ANYPRoas ANYPRoas1ATJOWPJUC PROfl4 PROfl4f PROfl4J9RKA1LOWTR1C J9RKA1LOWTR1C J9RKA1LOWTR1CMaTL 1ATJOWPJUC 1ATJOWPJUCK1 MaTL K1 ToyG fn fnU tv ¼ t ng ngU U U C empany empanyrrs mnlnft mnlnftto f Ii Iii iwn iwn1RVOYANT Mf llJIJ G GI GICLAIRVO ika i f to rrs ytfIIW iiIf fAIJ 4 p Big I s I f ICLAIRVO 1RVOYANT 1RVOYANTAND AN T TI I I AND ASTROLOGIST Life from cradle cradleto to grave Give5names Gives Givesnames GiveSnames names in full of ofthose ofthose ofthose those you have or orwill orwill orwill will marry causes causeshappy causeshappy causeshappy happy marriage to tothose tothose tothose those you desire desireunites desireunites desireunites unites those separated sepa separated separated rated never fails failsIf failsIf fai s sIf If you ou are in doubias doubt doubtas as to the outcome outcomeof outcome...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 21 September 1901

t < T L te J S > JyJ i 0 rOO > IItfDlfGTOK a i J i < i ii 16 k5 t = i li y 0 TTowit Town Topics TopicsJ a J 4 V g l lMiss y Miss Maggie O So Stokes es of Drn1 Druidhill dhHI ave avegave avegave avegave gave an informal dance for a fswfr fewfrtends fewfrtendson lends lendson w I s I r on Tuesday eventh eventhF evening eveningDr eveningDr F t F y Dr J W Prattler a a leading 1 sdlng pbi pbisician ph phc P h r rr = c sician and surgeon of B loimore wasin was wssin wasIn r in the city this week weekMr weekMr Mr J + C Williams of 1821 g K street street1ST streeti streetN i N W left lef t the th e city last Satn Saturdsy Satnrd daY y to Yl YlR vi visit vit ¬ t R 1 sit i friend f a ard relatives in to New York YorkMiss ForkMies = Miss Ella Russell of Hannibal MUa MUaa ii 9a t ta 3a 7 a a delegate to the True Reformers Convention Con Convention ConJr ¬ vention a Richmond Va spent a feidays few fewdays ffYdaysin Jr days daysin in this city cityMrs citVMrs cityMrs Mrs Judson W WLyo...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 28 September 1901

I > > J i I IX 4 = t tssas2no o JL t > J 4 i iIL ssas2no Jo Sa aqT IL j j1zz 1zz 1 NA GRO ltSPAPER ltSPAPERVOL X S SvOL J t vOL 9 NO 26 WASHINGTON D DO O SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 28 1901 PRICE FIVE CENTS THE GLORIES OF FREEt FREEDOM FREEDOHon O 1 1Hon I IHon Hon Judson W Lyons Addresses a Mighty MightyIbrong Might J Jhron Ibrong 1 brong hron in the Mountains of W Va VaThe Va VaThe VaThe The Gospel of Peace and the Lessoncf Lessons Lessonscf cf the Hour ably Discussed by the Elo Eloquent floQuant E lo lotlcent ¬ quent GeorgianrfLlnMoxT Georgian GeorgianFAIRMONT GeorgianFAIR FAIRMONT FAIR 10XT w W r > Ya tnSpeclalThe tnSpeclalThetbil u = Special ecial thethirtyninth The Thethirtyninth thirtyninth tbil ninth anniversary atrnivttsarof of the Emaiirliitltiotl Emali Emalieitwition Emtil1rlpntlol1 eitwition Proclamation was v s celebrated eelebriltedhte celebratedhi celetll t d dhllC hi hllC rc last Monday with great eclatIron eclat eclatHon eclatlIon Hon Judson W t 1T T Lyons Regist...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 28 September 1901

4 4f f f r rt ru rc rl L I + t l c c u w I 4 t L t < i t < 1 2 a tHE OOUV CLLORED TrWaED AMEXO A IIA 1Oli Qt WSaENGriVLT Ivt Uf D ft ftt 0 C CC l v < ii = r R C WHITHER ARE WE DRIFTING DRIFTINGThe Acive AciveCiiieagoan Acive AciveChicagoanTwo Acivef is Shown by an I ° The Other O her Side of the theBusiness Business League First FirstGeneration Firstf Not be Expected of the f ChicagoanTwo Ciiieagoan Two Much Must Tribute to Mr Washington A f Generation of Business Men en ° 1 1i i f Ohicaga ChitagaIll Ill Special Some criticism criti criUc eritecism ¬ cism c s of the Business Btiei neEs Men Mens a Convention Conventionjbield Conve Conveheld Oonvent noon on onlie1 jbield lie1 held last IBs month in in Chi Chicago ago is cropping croppingout Clo > ping pingour out 01 now and then in the press and andclubs andclubs andclubB clubs Some of these criticisms cri itieisins are arewell areel area arewell = a well el l intentioned intent ton ad and nd point P out on t defects defec...

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. — 28 September 1901

t r 4 4cLVRr37 1 f filE SE GLOBED AMERICAN AM WASHINGTON W WAOntl17 rOtVr D j LJ Co ll L S FROM FRO THE G A R MEETINGJulia MEETING MEETINGMrs Mrs Julia Ji Jiland Mason Lay Laytons tons Trip to Cleve Cleveland ClevelandThe ¬ land landThe The Bighearted Elaine Invincible InvincibleClub InvincibleClub InvincibleClub Club ClubMrs ClubHr ClubMrs Mrs Hr Julia Mason Layton and her son sonTurner BonTurner eonhave Turner Turnerend havejust have just just returned from Cleve CleveUnd Clevehnd J Und end Ohio where she went to attend attendthe attendthe Jthe the National Convention of Womans WomansBelief WomansRelief WomansRelief Relief Corps auxiliary to the Grand GrandArmy GrandArmy Gran GranArmy Army of the Republic She has been aI a aregularly aregul1rIy aceredi accredited i ed representative representativefrom re regularly g gfrom uI Any I accre from thIs city every year since 1890 to tothe tothe toNational the National Convention C invention For three threeyears threeyears years yearss in...

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