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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 9 November 1901

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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. — 9 November 1901

> ax 1 1COLOtE1 y o fijfi C CdLOSEU LOItErJ iMEBlOAS WAEThGPO1 W BIIU G1O 11 d = z 6 t DR W WILLIAy LLA A WARFIELU AR IELD THE MAROH OF LOHEGRIN LOHEGHINAnd LOHEGRINAnd And a Sound So and of Revelry by Nigut Ni NigatdThe ti tiBachelors utThe utTheBachelors The TheBachelors Bachelors Club Dinner DinnerBenedicts DinnerBenedictsTake BenedictsTake Benedicts BenedictsTake Take Away Oriole Bridea BrldeBDofn Bonus BonusAmong s sAmoDg sAmon Among Amon the Smart Set SetNotes SetNotesB11tlmore Notes NotesBaltimore NotesBItimore Baltimore Md Special SpecialThe The wee weadin weeding weddIng ¬ ding din bills have been ringing rJD iD2 th loud and andlong andong andlong long ong In Baltimore B llimore during the past pastweek pastweek pastand week weekthe and the net result Is that twi tw of ofthe ofthe the citys fairest and best bes have been beenlured beenlured beenlaced lured to other clImes At A Madison Madisont t Presbyterian church on Wednesday Wednesdayevening Wedisesda tVedllesdayeveni...

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. — 9 November 1901

J r71 if 1 iuini iuiniI ttL ttLif I 6 THE T COLOEED AMERICAN AM ICAN WASHINGTON D n < ti T krf iy iyit j 4 iIJ iIJj t If 1Q fbD1GI B1IEEO11 it EOIlg EOIlgL1 and andB ande L1 L1j MANUFAGTUBING j i WHOLESALE e B HsTa7y HsTa7yCONFECTIONER ET AIL AILr 4 f r q 1q f 1 CONFECTIONER CONFECTlNERi i 523 4 4l Street Southwest SouthwestWASHINGTON SouthwestH SouthwestW8SHINQZJN 1 WASHINGTON WASHING1 N DO DOh D > c cWedding H 3 h Wedding Cakes Made andParties and andParties andParties Parties Furnished at atShort atJ atshort Short Notice NoticeIce J Ii 1 1 Ice Cream AllY All AllThe I Ii I i i id RoundjJ Round d it 1 Year Y as fl flII jJ 4 4 4fl fUW y 1 1 Jubilee Razors Razorsj > 1 1f f II m mFf The Ih best shavers on earth Every Everyone Everyt Everyone t1 t I It1 > one guaranteed and honed free for one oneyear oneyear 41 year Our line of cutlery is the largest largestin largestH largestlntown H in lntown town Sporting and athletic goodsofeveryy goods goodsof goodsfl fl ofeveryy of &l...

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. — 9 November 1901

> TBB OOUBED AMERICAN 1t A IIDlGTON D 7 1 DIY DIYN DIYqr N qr qrI I I Lcr LcrThe The matter of absorbing aoaOI bing interest inmasonic In InmS8onie inIIl5sonic masonic circles dining dui ing the past week weekwas weekwas weekwas recurrence of the arnu 21 nn I cm cmtest erntest emuch was t the b e test for the much m mEd uch coveted J3t jewel el present presented ¬ ed the Grand Lodge a number of yearsag years yearsago yearsago ag ago 0 for the greatest a aa a aistlc raatest proficiency in ma masonic maBonie mason son sonic is rituaistic ritu ritua 1iBtlo work workThe workThe The parieipnts p ar P Preha ants this year were Ec Ecrefca Ecreka refca Lodge de No 8 and Prince Hal Ba H a 1No No NoH N H 141 the salts antagonists who fought so sogauntly soa 80ga last year for the prize and andwhcsa andwhrsa gauntly ga B a IlntJy a whcsa wh csa merits were so equal E qual that it re required Ieqnired q quired aired the utmost care on the part ol oltb ottnf ofq ofeemine tb the < judges to...

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. — 9 November 1901

r I I 8 HE COL coLOEE1 1tEn AMJmt AMETOM A W wAsmNctrO ASmN TOrf n e F I like be G Colored ColoredPufcllihtd 7IlI1erican 7IlI1ericanJ J s tt f 11 P Pufcllihtd Rb116 h 6Qw 6Qwa by THE COLORED AMEEIOAS A 1ftRP Publishing PnbJ Pub J a lishing Company CompanyA t h A A NATIONAL NEGRO NEWSPAPERPnblllhed NEWSPAPER NEWSPAFEBPnfcUalifcd NEWSPAPERPnblirhad PnfcUalifcd every Saturday at 459 C CSt St N I W WWashington WWashington Washington D C CSUBSCRIPTION Ct CJ t t J t SUBSCRIPTION BATESOne RATESIf BATES If One year 200 200Six 200m m Six months monthaThree 110 110t1 4 t1 Ii Three monfis mont A 60 60INVABIABLY 60Ii 60i i INVABIABLY IN ADVANCE ADVANCESubscriptions ADVANCEt1 ri t1 t i Subscriptions may oe sent by postoffice poslofficemoney tti money order express or by registered letter letterAll letterl letterAll l 1 All communications for publication should shouldbe shouldJf 4 Jf be accompanied with the name ofthewriter of f fnot the writer writernot writerL L not necessarily tor publication ...

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

i Ij C JAJmD AMES 6AK AN WA ftM Q < BANNEKER I3 I3The ANNE 1ER AND JEFFERSON JEFFERSONThe The God Saint of Democracy Dem Jcracy Likea Col Colored Colored CoIored ¬ ored People PeopleSome Some Noted Not d Octoroons OctoroonsMr Mr Daniel Murray Talks Ta ks ot the Wash Washington Washington Washington ¬ ington Dinner DinnerTo I l I 1t 1tTo r r rrTo rTo To make the following clear it is necessary to tosav tocay tothat that it was called out by a letter questioning questioningthat questioning questioningbe cay the ihe be e truth truthwan that Jefferson did entertain a colored coloredinanJ coloredwan inanJ wan J To The Editor of The Evening Star StarA StarA StarA A communication was published In IDThe InThe inThe The Star of October 30 asking for the theauthoriy theaL1thoriy theauthoriY authoriy to justify the statement of a acorrespondent acOlresponden acorrespondent correspondent t that Thomas Jefferson Jeffersonentertained J JQerscnentertained efferscnentertained entertained at dinn...

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. — 9 November 1901

I n F j a a r a 10 mE OOLORED Jl CC N W ASIIDJrGTON 9 D 0 t 1 MRS SARAH T MOORE BURIE BURIEWife BURIEf BURIEWife f Wife of Prof L B Moore Dean of the theTeach thes s Teach rs College of Hcward Univer UniverJ UniverSitY J sity Laid to R Rest 8t in in Menon Cemetery CmeleryPhi1adephia CemeteryPhiiade Phi1adephia Phiiade hia Pa Brief and Impres Im resivt resivtt ivt ivtf f t 1 S rvces Here and in PhJadclphia PhJadclphiaj PhJadclphia1I1r8 Phlad lphia lphiaMrs j Mrs Sarah Moore TEnner Tenn er wife 0 0Dr oDr Dr L B Moore I ore cf Hcward Hl ward UnverfPY UnverfPYand Unv8rl P Pand and daughter of BIShop B T Tanner TannerLL Tannera a LL D of the A M I E Church wh whdied whc r died at her late residence at Ho Howar HowarJr warn warnUni Jr Universityon Uni ersit on Tnetdty Tnesd Ootob October r 20 a af ti f 4 p m was buried FlldgYr November NoembelJ November1st J 1st frem the heme he na a 01 her p1I Parcme nts No Noj j 008 908 Diamond s srcet rtet Pi itadelphia Pa PaI I The remains were IntErr...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 9 November 1901

i i J i 1 1mE > mE COLORED AMERxGAK A2lt1E11r1 As I W WASHIiWrOH SffirrQ mil 1 N s D U 11 m f WELL U f L1 MERITED SUCCESS SUCCESSaaihingtons SnCCESSu Credit House to toBuld toBu pioneer Piont er jlouse tonS aaihingtons goas J u 1 t J n b bBu Addtion Addtionlhirty ihlrty fh fne fneYeirs e eYeHS eyears Buld Bu Id a Large years cf f Prosperity Pro pc rtf Y Is the fUcord Rl cord of ofGrogans of0roganS ofammoth v Grogans roB ans 141 Mammoth ammoth Credit Cl edIt Fsablish Fsablishment fsablishment t So Well Known Kno v n in in This Ci y yAwaj yI yAwa rr ment n nAy I I bck in in 1867 Mr Peter Pet < r Grogan GrogaDentered Groganentered Groganthe Awaj Awa the furniture business in a alodest 8nlodest aenerect entered enerectst lodest nlodest m ode st way in the city of B Isimre Isimrejje l 1m lmlre lmlreHe r re reode jje He continue COntl COntlh DuE Q d he busir vuaire3B 1 ess there until untilK unt unt1ch K arch h 1883 when hen he removed f o W ashon ash ashlocating 8shIngtoD IngtoD jc...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 9 November 1901

ii y 4 4iKf y iKf 12 DB OOLOBDA1 R1UCAN ABmBGTON n J J3J 1 1y 3J > mss 7 ft r PR PROF OI w WM H H E HART HARTs HARTStands HARTSands s 1 Sands by the Colored Minitr Ministry ini try Who Whsare Whoare Vh9are are Doing the Most Noble N Nc ole and Effec Effective Effective Effectine tive Work W olk in the Redemption of the theRace theRaoe thei i Race RaceArticle RaceArticle I i J 1 i Article in in Post of Thursday Oct 31St 1901 1901An IgoIAn IQOIAn An article in the New York Tribune Tribuneconcerning TtibnneconcernIng Tribuneconcerning 7 m concerning the Hart ii Jbarm arm ricnoul cnowlt cno1 most mostcompjimeutary mostii mostcomPilmeutarY = ii compjimeutary of the work w rk of ins insprinted lhe h g gprincipal 1 i pr principal ncipa PLot W V 11 H Hare was re reL L printed iu III the lh lai issue ol tae Sunday t < < Post P st It paid a nigu hi n trbute to the in Inslitutaon iustitution inhowever slitutaon acid its 10 under Prif Pt Hart Harti i 1 L however in stiLe s G i Le of th...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 9 November 1901

YltF La 3lY COLORED biLi1VA n s a AHERICA 7Y isSIIDTGTON 21 1 SoLV6 n arc a J BEFORE USING VA VAV V T VYV VYVNelsons Nelsons eIsoir eIsoirMakes Slr lghline lghlineU TEH TEHfi Makes U 1 fi lr filNKY filNKYCURLY CURLY CURLYGUARANTEED lliiI II mr SINI iJ I riug riugThe hi t tTh The Th Ideal HAIR DRESSING DRESSINGF DRESIIJFROM F flEE FROM ALL INJURiOUS CHEMICALS CHEMICALSGUARAIITEED CHEMICALS6UfRi 6UfRi GUARANTEED KTEED PERFECTLY HARMLESS HARMLESStshtng HARMLESSJlT HARMLESSNot j JlT elson I s Straiohtine ° L tb t Jio Not only straightens the llai hair but by flour no r 0 tshtng the roots prevents it from falling fallingpeople out removes Dandruff cures itching irritating Scalp Seal P Diseases and gives a long and Beautiful Head of o f Hair It is i used and highly endorsed by y the best people inaii in all sections sections or of this country IV We e guarantee Strai Straightine g htine to be b e free from all injurious injurious chemicals and cannot injure the hair Straightine Strai gh t...

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. — 9 November 1901

i1 JALONt 3 14 COLORED AMERIOAN1 WAmINamN n fJr I i f2 f2aD aD UB CJo QiUI GD IG 1fII CS IRr Cr 1111 Jfa aSr ca CiE8 II > > = 1Bi IIIia B aa IJII IJIIi IJIIiif1 iif1 iii1 iiJ 6441 4f1IiI1 itJ iI dtJ iit1iitI iIIPiit1 IitI1 IitI1J I J i 1BE N NOT T DBeBIVBOQ DEeEIyEDf ili 4 1 f I To THE O OREDPEOP PEOPLE PEOPLEb E OF M RICA i x b I KIng of o all r 11 H Hair aIr TonIos I li 0 Z 0 N 0 l lIt It Ii IiJjJ Iit < t I JjJ JjJttt JjJC C m ttt tttlea lea A tltll ttD Yiy e AFTE AFTER AFTER t JA A Recognizing the th e fact that there are man many T SO CALLED hairgrowers and antit t il hairstraighteners now on the market and knowing to a certainty that many manyof f 1 of these are frauds pure and simple we wish to make a straightforward straightforwardthe straightforwardhonest honest statement to the colored race through this great paper In Inj InL L j i the year 1871 our ou late secretary secre tary i Mrs rI1 Ii s S M I Moore through throi g1h a fortunate fortunateJi fortunatecircumstan...

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. — 9 November 1901

i1 kn RKD D ABI AMSBICAN ICAN WASHI3ST3TOR W 8tU e1ON J1t I t I CLAIRVOYANT CLAIRVOYANTAND AND ASTROLOGIST Life from cradle cradleto to grave GiveS Give5names 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 sepa separated separated separated ¬ rated never fails failsIf failsIf failsIf If you are in doubt doubtas as to the outcome outcomeof outcomeof outcomeof of any undertaking undertakingin in business social socialor or domestic life lifesickness lifeickness lifesickness sickness divorces divorcesseparations divorcesJeparations divorcesseparations separations lawt lawtsuits lawtsuits lawtsuits suits lost or absent absentfriends absentfriends absentfriends friends interes i n t e r es yon yearemoved if y you ° u desire to have your domestic troubles troublesremoved t...

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. — 9 November 1901

Ou y3 < t e y > i L8 1 tt 16 millt I1b I trA mmmt a a j1t t a A A ± HARTFORD HARTFORDMr JART F HD VV WBDDING 3D DI T G Gi t jt i Mr James A A Curtis Curl C Ihrirs is Missionary AgentStart Agent AgentStaits JiI Start on His Work for the New En Englaaci Englad 1t gland States St t sFour Four lights in the Wil Wilderness Wi Widernes VVtId ¬ d derness erness J1 a Success SuccessHartford SuccessHartford Hartford News N Es in a aNufc aNut 4 It f Nut Shell ShellHartfcrd 1p r r ga Hartfcrd rtfcrd Conn Cons Special Spec P aIMr Mr Jas JasA JaBA A 1 Curtis who was electd missionary missionaryagent misslonhrr Y Yagent f < f r agent for the six New England Statesat States Statesat > l + at the Fifty seventh Annual Conven Convention Convenetlon Convent ¬ F t tlon at ProvidenceF Providence last May 1 ft thecity the thecity it t city last l ast Saturday S Saturda turday y to enter upon his hishome hishome mission home mission work An InJn injured red foot foothas f00thas foothas i has p...

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. — 16 November 1901

d < r J j i i f i 1k i i ii i = L Ltil = = = 4 i t I Ii Ii II IW til r tr trt i i I 1 1r 1VOL j 1j r ti I f II IIT ss T 0 Q I r = I I Iti t 71 Q ti L Li Lf i r VOL f IX 1 NO NO3 3 WASHINGTON A RSN 1 u > < SATURDAY SA1URDAYlorE 7 RDAY NOVEMBER BER161901 i 16 r 1901 PRICE FIVE CENTS i Tridl Td MARYLAND M ARYL N D ELECTION ELECTIONInterest BL CTION CTIONIntprest Interest rg it itoid Doings in the th OrioU City CityOla CityOla City Ola Balmoro BaL Bal more t Boys rloytJH U urn ur to His HisNative HIsNatIve titsNative Native rleata tleattlLoca Loca N ws vsNutis vsNutisBaltimore VS Nut s sB SBaltimore Baltimore B lt Inore M i 3 tH Stecti1 eciii Cli1 The roUic roUicai cot tie tiet1 ai bitl b b1y t1 ii over f fr r th1 hj pre pree 6iit tt Usu Usuly USUi USUiIj ly when th leturm h hve ye ve c > ate In andit and andit it is C1 deieraa tt rulle1 iet et by the th eo 1iting IHin tf f the thev v Hea t tha a one ride or < r tie t id other nawon ba baWIO bawtrn won or 1 Ht in It ih pu...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 16 November 1901

F i I I 2 ME nI COLORE COLGREtJ 1 AMERICAN WASHINGTON W Asm GTON IX D CL t s The SoUth 18 always inconsistent if ifIt ifIt 1 1s f It is nothing else Detroit Advocate AdvocateEverj AdvocateEvery Advocatew w Every man has a right to choose chooseMs choosehis cookshis e his company c mPauY retersburg r YaJ Va lta ltatio iak ia iatioaal k tioaal tio n81 Pilot PilotShall PilotShall i l Shall the President of the gree great greatBepoblic greatRepublic t Republic be deriad deL i ad the poir o 1r PrivilegI privilege privilegeof e I of plkins pl k iD inff his own com company panj paD o Oharle Charleston Oharleton Oharleton ¬ ton W Va AdvocateAfter Advocate AdvocateAfter AdvocateAfter R After all whose business is it i if ifPrudent IfPr f Prudent Pr dent Roosevelt R oeevelt chooses to invite lnvl e a aNero aNe L LNegro Ne Nero ro to his tabl What heathenish heathenisboaste beathenisbOastA heathenishcaste caste ideas there are in this country coun trv lodianap lodianaplls < ls Recorder Reco...

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. — 16 November 1901

ij = JT JTaLcIuED tHE HB COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON W WaBH11 CTON A D < a t MR G W WFRANKLIN FRANKLIN RACE PROGRESS SOUTHAn SOUTH SOUTHAn An East Tenne Tennesean sean Succeeds Succe ds in the Under Undertaking UndertakIng Undertaking ¬ taking Business BusinesA A Most Interesting InterestingFamilyThe InteresttngFamilyThe InterestingFamilyThe FamilyThe Story of his successTats Success SuccessTais f3uccessTais Tais article w w 11 introda2e introdl1 e the rerderof reeden reedenof of TQR Tn A C l 1bred red > American Amerl an to Mr G W WFranklin WFianklln WFranklin Franklin Jr of Ghatt no n gr graid ga a i Term Termaid TennR1d aid his most interesting family familyHa fatnilYll ll Ha s wa waq born in the s state ate of Georgia Georgiain Genr ia iain in in 1865 and entered the business bu dneB8 f reran frenawhen renawhen reranwhen when a lad of eighteen ei ghteE n as a t 11 licksmith licksmithwhich l 3 cksmlthwh ck8mithwhtc wh which whtc c i w s f carried o rrled on successfully unt...

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. — 16 November 1901

Y 3 3S > > if S l t 5SS E COLORED AMEZRIOAfC A IOAN WASEEKSTOK W A8111J4ttroN A 4 D 0 I 1tij I II w I l lI I fti t tli t li lit s H i i J A Ai gI t tH wogL D I Address a 1 communications for these columns to the t L t j t r I Pr sident i ent Nationa N ationa I Association of Colored W omen om 2122 Department 1 racy Ave K KEditor Kansas Editor f Mrs MrsKansas ity I t p rs M J o SiloneYates Yates FJ sL = w 5 lDIiN N S U 1316R 1316RA i R t A A dreamy dream mist mis mist t is oer 0 er the land landA landA landlow A low and solemn note more felt feltThan feltThan AThan Than heard where late sweet songK song songwas songwas g K was dealt dealtBy dealtBy w1 q By warblers of a merry band bandNow bandXo bandt t Now Xo o oAnd haunts the Autumn air airAnd airAnd air FO And fills the soul with careF care careA careA F + f < t tr r A A few belated flowers seem seemTo seemTo seemTo t t1F To sing of o or Floras hours of ease easeBut easeBut ft 1F 1Fft But voices oices stronger stir the br...

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. — 16 November 1901

< > raR c0LOfl COLOBEU ET3 AMERICAN W WABHIEGTOB WA Asm Irit3Told GTOn ft C 5 j = f CAPTAIN o prAIN HAMILTON fl BlUNT BI UNr OUTRAGE TO SHiELD SH1 ELD CRIME CHIMBIn CRI E EI In I n the United tJnh ed Sta ea Army A rmy in the Phi Philippines Phiippines PhiiFPnca ¬ ippines Against A garnet C p paID am H > mil milon on HkIunt H HJiunt titunt Jiunt tunt Lae La e 49 49h h Jntantiy U S V Vit VIt VIt it is 19 evident that a gnat gr bgrE at wrong 1 in injustice injustice n njustice justice and outrage through the med medmm medJUIU medUII1 mm UII1 of a conspiracy to shield crime crimecommuted crimecOnltnltted crime crimecommitted commuted b by officers s of the lafe laf t 8 4 9fcb 9fcbInfantry 9 t tInfantry th thInfantry h Infantry U P > VoJunlesra T oJunte E ra of which whichCaptam whichCaptain whicha Captain a taiu H H Blunt was the th unfortu unfortuuae unfortuuae unfortuI1ae uae victim in the volunteer army ci cithe J Jthe i ithe the Unit United d States Stah s operating in t...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 16 November 1901

I 6 THE TB CQLOEiD COLOR D AMERICAS WASHINGTON D Th G i t y r d l DOWN TO BUSINESS BUSINESSColored BUSINESS4j T 4j 1 4 1 Colored People Establish Grocery Store StoreSomewhat Storel i 1 1 l r Somewhat on Cooperative Plan PlanRun Run Runby rq s 1 q by b Colored people peopleDecatur < 1 People Decatur Ill Exchange ExchangeIn EtchangeIn In a room on West W est Main ain street streetWest just justwest justwest west of Church the colored people willopen will willopen willopen open their grocery store which Is modellsd mod modelled modelled ¬ elled somewhat somew hat on cooperative lines linesThis lineslhis linesThis This plan has been discussed by them themfor themfor themJ J for some months past and is now about aboutto aboutto 3 1 to be realized The matter has been beencarefully beencarefully beencarefully carefully considered and the promoters promotersfeel promotersteel promotersfeel feel quite confident that it will suc succeed succeed suci ¬ i t ceed The project is backed by bYso...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 16 November 1901

jiiiiii i ia s r 1 TIm COLORED AMERICAN WASmNGTON D 7 I a J p L1 Editor iiitor Maso asonic > c ColumnThere Column There ape apeeared ap eared in a aL recent issue ot the Masonic liaonicl l Mama what W was lnt n led I suppose Bupposebe be a PractICal joke but wh whh ch eeema eeemaJ seemsitausbeen J itausbeen have beenaccephd accel3t d by many of my myriEnds m Y YiEnds riEnds at S the 1rutb I admit that dur during dur1f1g ing the month of May In company companyi ro 1 b my friend = Bro J John OLll P Turner I Iwent went rovent to B 1 rhimole imIe and vas UI1I ed in intbe int11 t11 tbe e holy holyfor bonds of matrimony which vhichCar Car redoes be t known to the p1r iea ieaCt ieswas Ct nctr nit rued ruedtrue ed was not giv giveb h pubicit y at the thetime time timeI I tave 1 ave at alt ll times given e encourage encouragemeat c urape urapement meat to whatEver I thought w wluld wluldprcmote Lld Lldccmo Craft Craftnd prcmote ccmo ± e the b bst 3irt interest of tt e Graft Graftind ind a...

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