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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 8 February 1902

Y = > T E ETHE 12 THE COLORED AMEBICA2T A rERl IEflICAN AN W ASBINGTON D c cy y I 11 I MR JAMES E GARNERNew GARNER GARNERNew GARNERNew New Yorks Representative Business Man NEW YORK BUSINESS GENIUS GENIUSMr GENIUSMr GENIUSr GENIUSMr r Mr James E Garners Remark RemarkRse RemarkRse RemarkRse Rse from T5he Ranks Proving Provingthe Provingthet Provingthet the thet t E T5he e Negro Possesses She 75heInitiative bheInitiative SheInitiative Initiative Power PowerArchitect Architect of ofLNew ofaNew f faNew aNew Commercial Departure DepartureMr Mr James E Garner proprietor of ofthe ofthe ofthe the Manhattan House leaning and Re Renovating Renoyating ¬ novating Bureau of New Yoik City is IBIn isIn isin In the city the guest ft r f the Southern tjouthernHotel southernHotel SouthernHotel Hotel He is a pioneer in the house houscr bOUECleaning r leaning and renovating icduetry 1 dustry in inNew inNew inNew New York City and Brooklyn which whichhas WhICbhas whichhas has developed to large propo...

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. — 8 February 1902

THE COLORED AMERICAN bI1IERIC y WASHINGTON WALSHm TON D C 13 I S f NEGRO EXHIBIT AT ST LOUIS LOUISWhy LOUISWh LOUISWhy Why Wh y Our Race Should shine in a Halo Peculiarly Our OurOwn OurOwn ys ysOwn Own and why Booker T Washington should be the theLuminaryinChief thec eJ eJLurninaryinChiefMr c LuminaryinChief Mr Thompsons Able Argument ArgumentS y yWtiti Wtiti S c t DITOR The C 1 IJled jred American AmerlcanVltbln E EDITOR 1 Within the DfX next few months two twothings twothings twothings things should bs definitely set settled settled settled ¬ tled 1 That there shall Rhallba ba a Necro Ne ro exhibit ex exhibit exhibit ¬ hibit at the Louisiana Loul lanl1 Purchase ExposLti Expo Exposition ExposiUrn ¬ sition sLti n to be held in 1903 03 at St Louis 2 Who shal have g nral n lcbarge r charge of ofcollec ofcoHee ofcollec collec ing the material for said exhibit exhibitTo exhibitTo exhibitTo To the first proposition there is no nodissent nodIssent nodissent dissent worth mentioning menUon...

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. — 8 February 1902

ry F 14 THE COLORED A AMERICAN A rnRIC TI RTCAN N WASHINGTON D C Ci CStraightens CSfrghfens f i > Straightens Kinky KinkyCurly KinkyCurlya KinkyCurlyi Cury Hair a i L f w T TJ FTER FTERBE 1 BE J ARNED ARNEDIT D i N order to protect the public from the thennmerons numerous quack nostrums now on the market which claim to straighten and cause the theI thehair thehair IT I I hair to grow long and which are simply put up by a lot of quacks charlatans and fakirs fa kirs who have no Df chemical skill with the theI theBole 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 worthlessgreases worthlessgreases worthless worthlessUL UL greases which injure the hair and cause it 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 consists consists ¬ x xlists sists of two h...

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. — 8 February 1902

I j THE HE COLORED C AMERICAN WASHITTG1VN WASHTNX W SHINGlU aOJS D 1 G 15 I The Betel Brunswick Brunswicky 5 y is J 235 PlNNSTLVANU AVE AND 220 O B ST NW NWOn N W WOn t 4 On European Plan PlanFirst PlanFIrst y yFirst First Class in Every EveryParticulsr EveryParticulsrJ Particular 5 5 3 j G VAN BRAOKLE BRAOKLEPROPRIETOR = 4 4PROPRICTORI PROPRIETOR PROPRIETORWASHINGTON t tWASHINGTON t WASHINGTON D a CoOf C J JBEDUCE1J x xBEDVCEIJ f > CI no noKEDJCEIJI BEDUCE1J REDUCED REDIICEDfHis REDJUEDHI REDUCEDHie HI His Headings to toLadles toLadles toLadies Ladles 250 Gents 50 500 500PROF o ojldest oPROF PROF CLAY CLAYlde8t jldest established Clairvoyant tells your yourbusiness yourbusIness yourbusiness business love affairs alla1rsJamlly lamlly troubles troublesjnwsuits about aboutJawBuItB aboutlawsuits lawsuits divorces or any anythIng thing you Wish to tosnow totDOW tosnow snow brings separated together causes causesspeedy causesIIpeedr causesSpeedy speedy marriages removes family trouble...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 8 February 1902

t U t r 16 G THE COLORED AMEBCIA3T AMERO IAN WASHINGTON D C City Parag Paragraphs Paragraphsr raphs raphsMiss r Miss Elvira Robinson has been suf suffering aufferlD suffering ¬ fering ferlD from nervous n IVOUS prostration prostrationJndge prostrationJudge prostrationJudge Judge M W Gibba will ray a brief briefvisit brIefvIsit briefvisit visit to Arkansas next week weekThe weekThe weekThe The Orpheua Glee dabs concert and andentertainment andentertainment andentertainment entertainment will be a a swell affair affairMr ufIalrMr affairMr Mr R H Law is rec verng ver ng from frc > m a asiege asiege asiege siege of illness He is at the auntbera auntberaMr tilJutbemMr rSouthernMr Mr and Mrs Ed Ward spent Sun Sunday Sunday Sunday ¬ day In the city They had a very pleas pleasant pleasant pleasant ¬ ant time timeProf timeProf timeProf Prof L M Herahaw IB to retire from fromthe fromthe fromthe the presidency of the Shiloh Baptist BaptistLyceum BaptIstLyceum BaptistLyceum Lyceum LyceumRev ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 15 February 1902

1 6 r p rt t i iYs i Ys i iO r r rVOL 1 f fZ 4 4G O JE G 1 r y IS r 300 5 5VOL ° 1 f iut I Ic c s sATlONA1 ATlONA1 SRO SPAPE s t tsVOL t sVOL VOL IX NO 45 WASIlINGTON V ASmNGTO D C FEBRUARY 15 x51902 1902 PRICE FIVE CEI VE TS DR CURTIS TO REMAIN REMAINEMINENT REMAINEMINENT REMAINEMINENT EMINENT SURGEON LOCATES LOCATESIN IN WASHINGTON WASHINGTONWide Wide Experience as Head of Freedmens FreedmensHospital FreedmensHosplt FreedmensHospital Hospital Hosplt l Gives Special Fitness for Gen Genertxl General General eral Services ServIcesIdeAl Ideal Office and Thor Thorough Thorough Thorough ¬ ough Surgical Equipment EqulprnentDr V J V S V VDr r rDr Dr Austin M Curtis late surgeon surgeoniichief surgeoninchief chief of Freedmens Hospital has per permanently permanently per permanently ¬ manently located in this city for the thepractice thepractice practice of medicine medicineThis medicineThis medicineThis This pleasing bit of information was wascommunicated wascommunicated wascommunicated c...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 15 February 1902

l fj THE C GLOBED AMEBIOA3ST AMERIO AN WASHTKTGMO O N D O J r Winning Deserved Laurels LaurelsWILLIAM Laurelsi LaurelsWILLIAM I i 1 1WILLIAM WILLIAM MOORE OF THE CHICAGO DAILY NEWSFINDS NEWS NEWSFINDS NEWSFINDS FINDS FAVOR AS Ai A WRITER OF CHOICE LYRICS LYRICSMr LYRICSMr LYRICScA cA G 4 4Mr Mr William Moore of Chicago is one of the races most mOPt accom accomplished accompUshed ¬ a apushed pUshed versifiers and is winning deserved laurels as a writer of ofchoice ofchoice 4 4choice choice lyrics The following typical poem from his pen appears appearsin v4 k in the current issue of the Tuskpgee Student Willle WJIIJern m Moore MooreThe MooreThe MooreThe i The Student thus comments editorially editoriallyWe edi oriallyWe oriaI1y oriaI1yVe = We Ve are very glad to publish Mr Ir Moores beautiful little poem poemthis poemthis poemthis this week His work in literature bay been of a high order and andis andis andSA SA is deservedly appreciated We hope to be favored by him again againat it a...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 15 February 1902

r t t II IIj j < 1flr J rt r iJ iJTHE THE COUGHED URED AMERICA IEnio wA WASHINGTON m GTd1 T D C 3 An Emancipation Retrospect RetrospectI I PRls R6os8VELTJ I 1 I I Do th use who hesitate to enforce the liberties purchased by our bloody Civil War remember the principles principleslaid principJeslaid principleslaid laid down by the immortal Lincoln Linc In Do the presentday present day leaders of the republican party realize not only what theMartyr the theMartyr theMartyr Martyr of Freedom gained gain d for the Nation but what he saved us from fromYou fromYon fromYou You can fool all the people some ot the time and some of the people all the time but you cannot fool fa 01 all of the thepeople thepeople thepep1e people all the time timeThis timeThis timeThis This bit of wisdom from Lincoln will live UARY AT BETHEL BETHELBdthelLiterary BETHELBdthel BETHELBathel BdthelLiterary Bdthel Literary andHistorioal and HIBtorloal Asso Association A880clatlon Assoolatlon ¬ ciation is enjoying a ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 15 February 1902

3 3E 3i E i 4 4 mE COLORED AKERICAST A2 rERICAN WASHOTGTOJN W A SHINGTO HING UIY J 0 on W FOR FORAddress Address all communications for these columns to the Department Editor MrsI Mrs J SiloneYates SiloneYatesPresident SiloneYatesPresident President National Association of Colored Women 2122 I22 Tracy Ave Kansas City Mo FREDERICK DOUGLASS DOUGLASSA DOUGLASShush A hush is over all the teeming lists listsAnd listsAnd listsAnd And there is pause a breathspace in inthe inthe inthe the the strife strifeA strifeA strifeA A spirit brave has passed beyond the themists theo themists o mists mistsAnd mistsAnd mistsAnd And vapors vapors that obscure the sun of oflife ofUre cflife life lifeAnd UreAnd lifeAnd And Ethiopia with bosom torn tornLaments tornLaments tornLaments Laments the passing of her noblest noblestborn noblestborn noblestborn born bornShe bornShe bornShe She weeps for him a mothers burning burningtears burningtears burningtears tears tearsShe tearsS tearsShe She S e loved him wi...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 15 February 1902

ii rya w If O L D i oilf W S IDfG1ON D 8 w k A REMEDY FOR ANARCHY ANARCHYCAN k r s K Kk cc k CAN THE AMERICAN GOVERNMENT PROTECT PROTECT IT ITSELF ¬ J JSELF 9 9SELF SELF AGAINST LAWLESSNESS OR SOCIAL RJEVO RJEVOLUTION R REVO REVOrb VO VOLUTION rb LUTION PRACTICAL THOUGHTS ON A PROBLEM PROBLEMOF PROBLEMaOF PROBLEMrL rL OF She CENTURX CENTUR N < vc 8 a Although A h gh theconatrvative the con3Hvative eonst rvative elem nt of ofsociety ofloclety ofsociety society condemns cond mnB and considers con hJelt anar anaroby an androhy r roby oby the sum of social t + evhs wh vh h Id l Prol ProlR ProtR ProlR R r Ely a BOC otogist of note defitiea defitieait it aal 88 as1wlcesnet 1 wlcfi8neris sandt sandtuetaet tlaborated uetaet mto a so social o oclI ¬ vial clI 1 philosophy phllo phtloiopbygeneral opbyJJ and booiai thlnKtrd in ingeneral ing g general Deral deuobuoe deuoL 110e its It aiheren 0 s as ene enernies enemle8 enennles rnies of social older deriyiug dei ying the filua t tffioacy filu...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 15 February 1902

v G Wfr Tlt COLORED L R D A AArnR AN W AS1f NG ON DO J = i t it seems that the question of aNe aNegro Ne Negro Negro gro leadership will not down In our oureditorial oureditorIal oureditorial editorial last week we claimed c1f lmed that the therace therace therace race had many leaders leadersmany many who had hadearned hadearnEd hadearned earned the tide tl le by capacity and merl merltoriona merltortonsservIce meritorlolia toriona tortonsservIce service and were recognized by hya bya bya a loyal 10y l following fo lowing In numerous states statesand statesand statesand and localities While no n one man can canlead canleadJn canlead lead leadJn in everything the premiers in the theseveral theseveral theseveral several calUngsthe callings the ministry edu education educsUon education ¬ cation p lltlce journalism the profes professiona profesit profess1ona siona business industry etc etcshould etcshouldr abonld abonldbe 3louldbe it r be brought forward from time to time timefor tmefo...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 15 February 1902

Mp I i P TttE COtOBEB t AMMttftAJf A1t1i1tt N WAs ImG D it THREE TIMES HONORED HONOREDRecorder HONOREDRecorder HONOREDRecorder Recorder CheatKm Retires Un Under Under Under der Fire of Many Man y Ovations OvationsA OvationsASilver OvationsASilver A ASilver Silver Service GoldWatcK Gold Watch and andChain andChain andChain Chain and Diamond Scarfpin ScarfpinA A Memorable Day DayMr DayMr DayMr Mr Henry P Cbeatham formerly formerlyKecoider formerlyRecorder formerlyRecorder Recorder of Deeds for the District was waathree wasthree wasthree three times onored t 1 Tuesday by his hisfriend hisfrlendi hisfriends friend In this city who In a substant substantial substantIal substantial ¬ ial way testified t sttfled to his worth as a cl cli clizeo i izen Izen zen a friend and public official officialAt officIalAt officialAt At noon Mr Cheatham wag Invited to totha totha totha tha office of his successor Mr John C CDancy ODancy CDancy Dancy and was there surprised by his hisformer hiBtermer his...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 15 February 1902

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Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 15 February 1902

v r I r 41 1 1Y Y Ttrn otQn t 1tICllfWASttnTGT I n 9 ii L LA A TALK TO BUSINESS MEN MENMr MENMr MENMr Mr Peakers Address AddressAddftional AddressAddftionalewS Aelditlona1 Aelditlona1fjevvs AclditlonalIdeWS fjevvs ewS Features Illustrative ofLife of ofLife ifLife Life in Connecticuts Prosperous ProsperousCapitol ProsperousCapital ProsperousCapital Capital Capitolflattford CapitalHartford Capitalgartford Hartford Conn SpeclalFeblUsry SpeclalFeblUsry4tb Special February February4th 4th at the residence of Mr W H Dix Dlxon Dixon Dixon on Wetherfield Ave Mr tlr J P Peak Peaker Peaker Peakor er of New Haven ad adiressed reaaed the Early EarlyBUeis1 EarlyRselS Earlylsers BUeis1 RselS lsers ABSOcIatim a business organiz organization organization organlzation ¬ ation of H irtford which la beginning beginningto be lnnlng lnnlngto successful along businesslines business businesslinea u inEss inEsslines to be very lines in upbuilding > t the race In parr parri parthe parrhe he i sad that he...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 15 February 1902

a i 10 O Tttm T1 COL 1 nED 1 A tMR ltIC OAN w WAS AStttNGrrOM G Oit D b MR THOMAS H MALONE MALONEProminent MALONEProminent Prominent Member of the Atlanta Ga Bar Ba r I t POLITICS POETRY POETRY LAW LAWHow LAWHow LAWHow How Mr MrThomas Thomas H Malone Ar ArtistlceJIy ArtlstlcalIy ArtisticalIy tistlceJIy Combines Three ThreeGreat ThreeGreat ThreeGreat Great Forces of Civilization CivilizationMr Mr Thomas H Malone who w o has for formore formore formore more than a year been the Washington Washing Washington WaBbin WaBbinton ¬ ton correapon4entof theAtlsn the Atlanta + a Age is isA 18yOUng isa A young man of undisputed geniusAlthough geniusAlthough genius geniusAlthough Although just entering into the thirties thirtiesbe thirtiesbe thirtieshe be hjw bag IJ In his public career occupied occupiedmany oocopledm occupiedmany many m ny positions of trcs1 and hJiior hrworAfter hJDorACtor hJiiorAfter After leaving Ann Arbor Unlv Univtjity Univtjitywhere J1ty J1tywhere altywhere where he studi...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 15 February 1902

rt I t rrnm COtO C t M > AMER ilr WASfilK W StItN OT D 1 > C 11 r r Wanted to know knowThe Liberia Liberiaypo The truth ab ut uu Liberia LiberiaWho LberlaWbo Who is the Man nheCorner nheCornerWby n heComT thcOoruprWby heComTyyhj Wby Jim Parker doesnt land landIf landIf landIf If the accession of Secretary Secret ary L M MShaw MShaw Mthaw Shaw means fat for CorgreaamaD CorgreaamaDWhile COl1gresemanWhHe Congreaemanwhite While WhileVi WhHeVI whiteWi Wi Vi y not a promotion for ro Hon John Johnp p Green GreenWhere Gr GreenWhere eD eDWhere Where Cut Phdger Fh dger will make hIe fclBnext hIenfxt hiefFXt next cattle stand ataudProf staudtProf standProf Prof W V H H Harts pulse pC9f hap hapbeen hatbeen haebeen been reduced rpducedto to normal normalWho normalWho normalWho Who will a 111 edit ed t the New York Ageshould Age Ageshould Agesbould should Mr Fortune F rlune go to Hayti HaytiHas HaytiHas HaytiHas Has the North East and West Club Clubgone ClubgODe Clubgone gone where the wood...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 15 February 1902

1 T fqJIYV r i 19 1 TRE COLOI C L R D AMERI 1 ICf AN ° W ASE AS NGrr C t 1 N T n 0 t REV H T JOHNSON D D DScholar DScholar I Icholar Scholar Scholar Orator and Writer Editor of The Christian Recorder UPLIFTING THOUGHTS THOUGHTSContinued THOUGHTSt THOUGHTSContinued t f fI I Continued from rom rage 1 Jthe J Jth fthe the th human t man race confiding in the jus justice jusI justice ¬ I tice of oChis hiff service The special sp cial workor work workof workof of this unique man is the uplift of the themasses themasses themasses masses masses of our people through moral moraland moraland moraland and industrial agencies but whatever whateveris is helpful to this service he is prompt promptto to appropriate rather than spurn es especially cspp especially ¬ pecially pp al y should it come in an incident incidental ¬ al or providential way Take the fact factof factof factof of his being quoted in connection with withmatters withmatters withmatters matters of political interest and his hisopi...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 15 February 1902

In THE COLORED AMERICAN AM RIO N WASHESTGWLOJS WAsr1Trn vi u1V D ve O a 1 i I = y OUR D DEPAR PARTED TED H HEROES ROES The Late Frederick Douglass Dougl ss 1 < < Th Tho Late Senator B K Bruce NEWS FROM RHODE ISLAND ISLANDProvldnce ISLANDProvld ISLANDProvld Provldnce Provld nee R I Special S SpecialThe SpecialTheChurchmens eclalThe eclalTheChurchmenl The TheChurchmens Churchmens Cub C ub connected with the thePeople thePeople thePeoples People A M ME E ZIon church has be begxo begxu begre gxo its final work for the closing ot ofthis otthis ottblB this coot rence year Great interest is istalng isbeing isbeing being manifested among the members membersand membersand membersend and the membership is growing rapid rapidly raldly rapidly ¬ ly They hava began preparations for foraRrand fora aRrand a grand affair sometime the l ist st ofMaroh of ofMarch ofMaroh Maroh or first of April A prH the like hkeo hkeowhloh of ofwhloh ofwhich whloh has never been attempted by byoat byoor byour ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 15 February 1902

c tr e 0 ti J 4 THE COLORED AMERICAN MERICAN WASHINGTON D C CStraigKtens CStraiglitens CiI iI StraigKtens I ens KinkyCurly Kinky Kin kyCurIyaI kyCurIyaII Curly Hair HairTRADE I TRADE MARK s L HA 0 0i 0w 0t 0t 501 w i t t E J 1 BE r n WMEN ARNED ARNEDIT market which claim to straighten and cause thehair the thehair thehair the the numerous quack nostrums now on from N order to protect the public and fakirs who have chemical skill with the thesole thesole thesole lot of charlatans no hair to long and which are simply put up by a quacks grow worthless worthlessgreases worthlessgreases worthlessgreases UN IT for but a dirty sticky mass of sole idea to get your hardearned cash and give you nothing in return your money Government Governmentof which injure the hair and cause it to fall out we have placed our trademark granted to us by the greases box of OZONO King of all HairGrowers and HairStraighteners This trademark con conpreparation consists consists of the United States of America on...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 15 February 1902

p pTi3E r THE COLORED AMEBIOA3ST AMERIO AN W WASHINGTON ASHINGlON D c 15 IF l I The Hotel Brunswick 235 PtHNtYLVANu AVE AND 220 22 J B ST N NW W WOn + J Jon i On European Plan PlanF y yF F > rat PJaRR < Tla R in Every Particular ParticnlarJ y yJ J G VAN BRACKLE BRACKLEPROPRIETOR BRA CKLE CKLEPIIOPUETO y yPRoeuEroR s PROPRIETOR PROPRIETORWASHINGTON PIIOPUETOW y WASHINGTON W U C CBEDUCElfl cREDUCElJI ys ysBEDVCEDI BEDUCElfl REDUCED KEDUCJBD1Hit REDUCEDEli Hit Readings to toLadles toLadles toLadles Ladles 25c Gents 50 o ojldest cPROF oPROF PROF CLAY CLAYIdest jldest established Clairvoyant tells your yourbusiness yourbn81neS8 yourbusiness business love affairs tamll lam troubles about aboutawsnlts abontaw8n118 aboutweans weans divorces or anything ou wish to toKnow tocnow tosnow Know brings se aratea together to ether cause causespeedy causeIIpeedy causesppeedy speedy marriages removes family troubles had tad luck smells or mysterious feelings t8el1n R 10 to toD to1o 1o 0 dally 4...

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