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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 11 January 1902

1 c cum F um OOroBm AIrnrlUOAlf 1t 1B A l I PRFTU8rCE IN THEATRES TH ATRES Prof Booker T W Washington shington fol j caking d t f the opportunities of the colored coloredpeople coloredpeople coloredpeople people in the South said In the 1 North orth the Negro N egro is given every opportunity to ipend his money but few opportunities oppfr ullitie9 to earn it whie in the South he Ii nthe Iithe iithe the man of all Work He has h a chance to earn mon money y and own a home City I1 t Paragraphsborder Paragraphs Faragra phs phsHon Hon JI n T nh the new Recorder Re Reoorder border of Deeds I > eedl18 IB In th 3 city cityDo cityDo cityDo Do not wait to be dunned but Bend BendIB sendJii 1 IB Jii > i your iour subE eubpcrlption + cription at once onceConBTte onceConcreIJ8 onceCentre ConBTte ConcreIJ8 ° s is now in actvve act ve session seEsionwith sessionwith EeEsionwith with tke city full of strangers strangersKdltor strangersEdltorE strangersEdltor EdltorE Kdltor E E Cooper has been ...

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. — 18 January 1902

r h L to top p f frk4V 4CT f t tj 4 4h 4P j I P h il I L IIpi + i r a A l liT J iT L w wj j 1v 1vA A GR 0 SpAPIR SpAPIROL V01 OL > IX NO 41 WASHINGTON WASIDNGT 0 If D C SATURDAY JANUARY 18 1902 PRICE FIVE CENTS IN GAY PHILADELPHIA PHILADELPHIAA PRIL DELPg1A A New Creed In Religions Circles Creates a aSensation aSensation aSensation Sensation and Much Gossip GossipProf GossipJ GossipProf GossipProf J Prof DuBois Delivers an Interesting InterestingLecture InterestingLecture InterestingLecture Lecture on the African Slave Trade TradeAmong TradeAmong TradeAmong Among the Churches and the Socia SociaWorld SOCIaWorldNl SociaWorldNews World WorldNl WorldNews News we Notes NotesPhUadelpfala NotesI RotesPhiladelphia I Philadelphia Pa Special 8peoialT T b be beChurcb e eChurch eChurch Church of the Crucifixion Cructti xion will wl1 teele teelei cele celebrate ode odebrats ¬ i brats the 25th anniversary of It its pastor plotori pastorRev pastorBev i Rev Henry L Phillips as recoor on onFebru...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 18 January 1902

0 1 t 1 2 a ft woRL Editor Mr Mra N Shone Y YPresident YPresident YPresident Address Addressall all communications for these column to the Department I President National NatIonal Association of Colored Women 2122 Tracy Ave Kansas City Mo A MEMORY M3MORYA A grasps erasp I a asighh sigh a breath suppressed suppressedThe suppressedThe suppressedThe The tired heart forgets to beat beatFor beatForrets beatForgets For Forgets acts pain and seizes rest restBeyond restBoyond restBeyond Beyond the night the angels greet greetA cnetA greetA A soul that flees from earth to lightTo light lightTo IhhtTo To Christ with heavenborn heaven born delight delightThe delhhtThe delightThe The summer sun the frozen shore shoreThe shoreTho shoreThe The autumn autumuchill chill the springs clad sons sonsAdrance sonrAdaace songAdrance Adrance but speak to thee no more moreOf moreOf moreof Of earthly joys amid the throne throneOf throneOf throngOf Of days that one by one bear all allThrough allThrouRh allThr...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 18 January 1902

4 1 It r 3 3OOL i ill I j 1 ll I j jt1m fcHE COLOR COLORED OOL AMERICAN WASHINGTON GTOlQ x v It a > 1 j t hi I ANARCHISTS Y JOHN E BRUCE I t i EXT in importance to the socall socalled socalled socalled ¬ NEXT N ed Negro N gro QueaUan Quests 3n whieS whlc i Ii ist i iquite Iiquite t quite a problem in itself when whenviewed whenvIewed whenviewed viewed through the white mans spec spectacles spectacles spectacles tacles IB the question of disposing of ofthe ofthe ofthe the Anarchists who have made them themselves themaelvps themselvPs ¬ selves rather troublesome to those in inauthority inauthority inauthority authority and feared by some who whocommand whocommand whocommand command great wealth wealthThe wealthThe wealthThe The anarchist is the thorn in the side sideoi sider r oi the majority of the rulers of kingdoms kingdomsand kingdomsdnd kingdomsand and monarchiesand of republics which whichlike whIchllke which111e like ours are beginning to tire of the thesimplicity thesmpllCl...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 18 January 1902

mu Oht = = 1 HON JOHN E BU H HReceiver IIReceiver HReceiver Receiver of Public Monies at Little Rock RockArkansas Rockrkansas RockArkansas Arkansas ArkansasMr ArkansasMr rkansasMr Mr John E Bush the receiver of ofpublic ofpubllc ofpublic public monies at Little Rcb R ck Ark isone is isone faone one of the moat active aid iiflaenti it flaenUI flaenUIyoung fluent 1 1young 1young young men In the state of ArkansasHe Arkansas ArkansasHe ArkanS3BHe He was appointed to ha present 1 11 1 c cby cj cjby CoOby by the late ite President Wm Me McKu K = l ly y at after atter atter ter a hotly conctflted fight in Nhi < Li h wero weremanyerorg weromany weromany manyerorg many erorg t ror g candidates for tee place placeHe placeH placeSe He H baa filled the office with ro much muchsatisfaction muchsatfs muchsatisaction satisfaction satfs dct on that all of the bankers bauke R and andbusiness andbuslncE8 andbuslnese business men of Little R ck hjs given iven AO HON T JOHN E BUSH BUSSReceiver BUSH...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 18 January 1902

t r j iC r 1 I i in n em kW J L I1 I SOUTH CAROLINA POLITICS POLITICSSenator POLITICSSenator POLITICSSenator Senator McLaurin and the Class of Men Menhe Menhe Menbe he is Putting Put ing Forward for Preferment PrefermentA reterment retermentA A Red Record RecordSome Some of the Ap Appointees Appointees Appointees ¬ pointees pointeesIf If the old line republicans of South SouthCarolina SouthCarolina SouthCarolina Carolina are to be believed the advent adventof of McLaurIn in repablioan politics m mSouth J JSmtb n nSouth South Carolna has created havoc in inthe inthe inthe the ranks The supremacy of McLaurin McLaurinis is the supremacy of a horde of political politicalrenegadei poUticalrenegadeJof politicalrenegadesof renegadei renegadeJof of eelfoonvicted partici participants particIpants participants ¬ pants in the lyncringa lync Ings and other othercrimes othercrimes othercrimes crimes of men who have affiliated affiliatedwith affiliatedwith ffi1i ted tedwith with every political w...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 18 January 1902

c c z M 8 fimoot f iiY fOiJyt D i A1lE1 AU 1fJAL CAN WAJmfi T 1t 1 t 1 P SHOULD SOUfH SOUTHERN RH REPRESENTATION BE REDUCED REDUCEDBy BEDU RBDRCBDBy ED 4 7 7i 7By i J By EDITOR I B SCOTT Having been born In the South and andlived andliVEd andlived lived here ali our lifewe life we do not hesitate hesitateto to Bay that we yield 10 o no man in devotion devo devotion devolon ¬ tion lon to its highest and best interests inereatsNot interestsNot In ere3ts ere3tsNotomy Notomy Not only so bnt we believe in the great greatbulk greatbnlk greatbulk bulk of the Southern people when let letalone letalone letalone alone by that caaa c c ass S of extremists who whoteach whoteaoh whoteach teach that the only way for the South Southern Sonthern Southern ¬ ern white man to maintain his suprem supremacy snpremaoy aupremaey ¬ acy is to degrade the Negro N e ro they are arereasonable arere80nable arereasonable reasonable and jaIL These statements statementsare are made for the reason we desire it itun...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 18 January 1902

r T h ili ilil l 1111 1111r r tJ iI Ai WY 41 D hirl I t h M = ire Dr S Roger Watts WattsFist iYit sf sfPast Past Grand Master of IhlslasonicJnrlsdictlon TbIZ asonicJnrisdictton in 1885 A Tribute by Past Master J W Cole The lever of Ancient craft Masonry Masonryshould Masonryshould should by all mean familiarize himself hlmaalfwith hlm himselfwith lt ltwIth with the published proceedings of theMostWorshipful the theMoatWorfehipfnl theM08tWor MoatWorfehipfnl M08tWor htplol Grand Lodge of this thisDiatrlofc thisDistrIot thisDistrict District They are re readily accessible accessibleto to any earnest seeker for true Masonic MasonicliRht Muonlclight Masoniclight light The genesis of the craft and Its Itshistory itsb itshistory history b tory wlllinform will inform his mind and stimu stimulate stimulate stimulate ¬ late his b pride In the o der lIt It has been beanour beenour beenour our recent privilege to examine a num number number number ¬ ber of ttee tt e e publications covering a al...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 18 January 1902

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Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 18 January 1902

t w AJCSRICAK FROM THE NUTMEG STATE STATEjlev STATEgev I Rev J E Mason Makes Happy Im Impressions Impressions Impressions ¬ pressions upon the Young People of ofHartford OfHartfordGossip t tHartfordGOSSIP Hartford HartfordGossip Gossip of Persons and andTbingd andThjn andTbingd Tbingd TbingdHartfoid TbingdHartford Thjn d dHsrtfoJd Hartford Conn Conn1 Special SpEolalRev Bsop ialRev Rev John JohnW JohnV JohnW W V Whittaker formerly of Savannah SavannahGa Ga now of Tuskrgee Ala preached preachedat prea hed hedat at the Tacott Street Congregational CongregationalChurch Congregatlon2lChuroh CongregationalChurch Church on Sunday evening His many manyfriends manyfrIends manyfrlenda friends were pleased to see him utter so solong solong solong long an absence Rev Whittaker is isthe Isthe isthe the floninlaw of Mr and Mrs Wm WmConnorrer WmConnoner WmConnorrer Connorrer and Is well known here hereMrs hereMrs hereMrs Mrs Wm Collins is recovering from frombar fromher fromher her recrnt illness ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 18 January 1902

F T = r 1 I T OOLO1zfi tbdi Gt 11 a A0 I Education of the Negro The cods lod Fell every thiul thin to industry induitryIn indultryIn industryIn In an ait article tele restricted to a few ban bandred bundred hundied dred words it Trill be useless for me to toattampt toattempt toattempt attempt to proscribe a cure for the ills iliaof 111iof illsof of the Negro or as an utterer of wise wiseaws wiselaws wisesawB laws aws to warn and counsel As an anhumble anhumble anhumble humble layman however 1 present a afew afew afew few thoughts on the subject of your se selection selection seleotion ¬ lection vhlch pretend not to point the theway theway theway way o Byzantium but only to the thenex thenex thenez nex village Lamentations over the theNs theNe theNegro Ns Negro ro o are heard everywhere and the themind themind themind mind of the public Is painfully and In Intensely Intensely intensely tensely occupied in listening to and andreading andreadtnK andreading reading remedies suggested sU...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 18 January 1902

Ii fBB t OOLOSD OOLOUDAJmRl OOLO1t D ZAN J VtASBntGTOlf TO > r Da k U 1 t E QOLORED Q OLORED PRESS PRESSAND PRESSAND AND II1R DANCY appointment hal been madeand madeandItl3 nancy CYI exceedingly popular one but the thelanner thet Itl3 tia an t manner lanner in which it was brought about aboutIs Is the thing that Is provoking the dls dlscnssion dlscnesicn cnasicn American Baptist BaptistIn In the appointment of John JohnC C Dancy Dancytwo Dancytwo Dancytwo two things are to be looked at It is istbe isthe the longest and most potent potentb potentparty stride in inbnilding InbolIdlng bnilding b theldinge ldinge ldingeup up a lily white whitepotent republican republicannatty republicana a party in the South South as outlined and andworked andworked worked to by the lte Mr McKinley McKlnleyPioneer McKinleypioneer McSinleyploneer Pioneer Press PressHon PleBsHon PressHon Hon H P Cheatham has been re removed removed removed ¬ moved as Recorder of Deeds DistrIct Di9trlctappointed DistrIc...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 18 January 1902

k Ii1jIiTiiii Ii1jIiTiiiisiiOa 81 COLOmiD siiOa AMOSDAS lJ iq WA JUL 8N DR P A HUBBARDS DEMISE DEMISEMethcdfsms DEMISEMethcdlsms DEMISEMethcdisms Methcdfsms Financier and Matchless MatchlessDollar MatchlessDollar Dollar Money Xing Passes Away AwayEt A way wayat at His Post of Duty DutyA A Great and Use Useful UStfut Useful ¬ ful Man ManHis His Early Life and Struggles StrugglesRev StrufflcsRev StrugglesRev Rev P A Hubbard the Financial FinancialSecretary FinancialSeoretary FinancialSecretary Secretary of the African Afr in Methodist MethodistEpiscopal 1rIethodistEplBcopal MethodistEpiscopal Episcopal Church died diedatthe Ieda at the Financial FinancialHeadquarters FJUancialHeadquarters FinancialHeadquarters Headquarters 1535 > 14th street northwest north northwest DPlthwest west last Tuesday Jan 14 after an ill illness illness illness ¬ ness which began Just after his return returnfrom returnfrom returnfrom from Europe last summer His death deathremoves deathremoves deathremoves...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 18 January 1902

r OOLKEJ AAtladCAv WL GTOB n CL 3 a = = = 0 > 4 4 < 1 THE THELATEST 10000 Agents Wanred FOR THE THENEW H a j LATEST FottSMAttING FOR MAKING DISCOVER DISCOVERFOR NEW I Ir YEAR R tINif CURLY hAIR ST i r < = 5 r J To se Nesons Straightne StraightneTHIS r tine tine1S THIS IS THE CHANCE OF YOUR LIFE LIFEStraightine LIFENelsons ° x Nelsons Straightine is the greatest seller ever offered agents It is iswithout Lswithout s swithout t without Question fie y A f P eJ ff ration ° atin fjn on the market marketCVx marketSt CVx 4 the fha ATiOtfl Tew JS Fear t ° 0Syf Shf Take hold of an honest business and make yourself independent for life St tars t ear night it j ar tfccT JZLU J g Cfc A Jittt j ys Dont fail towrite at once for terms and full information informationAddress I tip 1 > pJJddress p pJ1ddress Address MELSOM MANUFACTURING CO Richmond Vs VsSjSeGBi UsSpecialSend V VSpeciaLSend SjSeGBi SpecialSend Send 48c today for Agents Sample Outfit containing one box vox Nelsons Straightl...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 18 January 1902

i id rsm B COL08XD enm AMHRICAH AV1UlmA rasa WAfiHUTSTOir ft ftStraightens J aStraigh Gr Grto to Straightens Straigh ° fens KinkyCurly Kinky CurJy HairGRADE Hair HairTRADE TRADE MARK MARKk k NG OPALL HAIRTON GS oo cJ 1 501 FORE FOREl T 413i BE WA11W WA11WN ARNED ARNEDIT i N order to protect the public from the numerous quack nostrums now on the market which claim to straighten and canse the theI thehair thehair IT I l I hair to grow long and which are simply put up by a lot of quacks charlatans and fakirs who have no chemical skill with the theI thesole thesole I I sole idea to get your hardearned cash and give you nothing in return for your money but a dirty sticky mass of worthless worthlessgreases worthlessgreases worthlessgreases greases which injure the hair and cause ifc to fall out we have placed our trademark granted to us by the Government Governmentof of the United States of America on every box of OZONO King of all HairGrowers and HairStraighteners This trademark con cons...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 18 January 1902

ii f I I > ± m J ULUJCQEKD AICSRICAIS lLRIC 41 WASHINGTON ix as a 15 r CURES DRUNKARDSSECRETLY DRUNKARDS DRUNKARDSSECRETLY DRUNKARDSSECRETLY SECRETLY SECRETLYFREE FTHONLY FREE PACKAGE O OF OFTHE THE ONLY ONI Y SUCCESSFUL SUCCESSFULCURE SUCCESSFULCURE I ICURJi CURE KNOWN FOR FORpRUNKElNESS FORpRUNKElNESSSENT DRUNKENNESS DRUNKENNESSSENT DRUNKENNESSSENT SENT TO ALL WHO SEND SENDNAME SENDNAME SENDNAME NAME AND ADDRESS ADDRESSIT IT CAS c BE PUT SECRETLY INTO FOOD OR COFFEEANDQUICKLY COFFEE COFFBEAMD COFFEEAD AMD ANDQUICKLY QUICKLY Y CURES CURESTHSDRINK THE DRINK HABIT HABITFew HABITFew 1 Few men become beer me drunkards from choice choiceor choiceorlncilnationall or JncllDaUonall inclination all welcome release from theawful the theawful theawlul awful babtt Golden Speoflc will cure the thewortt theworst I Iworlit worst habitual drunkard This wonderful wonderfulremedy wonderfulremdy wonderfulremsly remedy can be administered by wife or ordaughter ordaughter ordaughter daughter In food...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 18 January 1902

c c 1 1 1 91 GLKS nuf I01 1r1 QI1 D HERE IT IS ISIf ISu ISIf If IOU on want boarder boarderflIS boarderIf If Ton have rooms to let letIf letItou letIf If Itou yon have a house to rent rentIf rentIt rentIt It you want to place your boil boilness bOIInasa boelness ness before the people peopleIf If you ou want anything at all alliet allietthe alletthe let letthe the nubile know you by byAdiertlsing byAdnrtIsin byAdyertlsinq Adiertlsing AdnrtIsin In The Colored American AmericanCffy AmericanCity AmericanCtY City Paragraphs ParagraphsMrs F I ragraphs ragraphsMrs t Mrs Henry E Baker la quite 111Paul ill illPaul dlPaul Paul Laurence Dunbar la Improved ImprovedMrs improvedMr8 ImprovedMrs Mrs F L Cardoza Jr is seriously seriouslyill ill Henry Y Arnett tomorrow at Second SecondBaptist SecondBaptIst SecondBaptlet Baptist Lyceum LyceumThe LyceumThe LyceumThe The Peoples Lyceum seems to be on onthe onthe onthe the right road roadA roadA roadA A concert for the benefit of Second SecondSecond Sec...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 25 January 1902

s > t I I 1 i iu iI iJ iVo u i = = = 943 7 7V I V y < 9i r ro raa J < t o aa y 1 ItIMirr Q 0 a 1 A i iw iRO w RO SHAPER II I IVoL Vo VoL IX No 42 WASHINGTON D C SATURDAY JANUARY 25 1902 PRICE FIVE CENTS i A MOTHERS MEETING MEETINGPRIME MEETINGPRIME I IPRIME PRIME FACTOR IN REARING REARINGof of BOYS AND GIRLSColored GIRLS GIRLSColored GIRLSColored Colored Women Unite V nlte with their Cau Caucasle Caucaslan Cucasian caslan casle rv Sisters In Perfect Harmony HarmonyA He rmony rmonyA A Religious Tidal Wave WaveAn An Elevator ElevatorDrops ElevatorDropsOther ElevatorDropsOther Drops DropsOther Otner News of She h Day DayHartford DayHartford > V VHartford Hartford Conn Special SpeclalFor For the thebenefic thebenefiu thebenefit benefic of those who may not know es especially espeoialJy espeoially ¬ pecially the ladies la lea of our race and those thosethat thosethat thosethat that are mothers or are the heads of oftheir oftheir oftheir their own households we wish to state s...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 25 January 1902

w F I C J l SIDE 4 OOLORSD OOLOP D A jJ1IIrollv > siCAllr R GTO nO f C f i I I r f Address all communications for these column to the Department Editor MrsT Mra J Silone Yates Vatug YatesPresident President National Allociatlon of Colored Women 2122 4r7 Tracy Ave lianas City 110 g Our btatpart best part ol educational training Is Isthat Isthat isthat that which Cornel through special knowl knowledge knowle knowedge ¬ edge e ie and mania ulatlve or other skill skillGeorge skUlf skillGeorge f George Eliot EliotWe EUotk EliotWe k We are indebted to our correspondents correspon correspondents corrSBponfor ¬ dents for the following interest accounts accountsof r of recent state meet meetIngs in ga in Ohie and andMissouri andMissouri Missouri The Ohio State Federation FederationOf p 1 Of the National Association of colored coloredwomen coloredwomen r women held its firs first annual convention conventionin in Cleveland Deu 28 1901 This T lS fed fedoration federatlon federatlon eratlon ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 25 January 1902

t fSSS fSSSOWREb t K ygE H COLORED AMERICAN W ASIDNGtOrt t Ci 0 J I + j r O s 1 SHREDS SHREDSAND o AND ANDPATCHES PATCHES Two Thngs ThngsLife Life is mostly froth and bubble bubbleTwo bub bubbleTwo le leTwo Two things stand like stone stoneKindness stoneKindness stoneKindness Kindness in anothers troubleCourage trouble troubleCourace ttoubleIourace Courage in your own ownR ownMR ownit it 11 R and Mrs Edgerton Moore of ofSt of8t MR 111 St John N B have settled settleddown settleddown settleddown down to a prosperous new busi business buafwness business ¬ ness at Sti S John Mr Moore was until untilrecently untlreoently untilrecently recently a wholesale grocery merchant merchantof of Somerset Bermuda Mrs Moore Moorewas Moorewas Moorewas was formerly Mrs Ceorge eorge Whe zel zelof zelof zelof of St John N B who after the death deathof deathor deathof of Mr Whetzel carried on the ic iCA DUBI DUBIneae DUBIneB ousineee neae neB wbiob he had loft her and an r rf cintly cintlythe c c3ntlyth...

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