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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 1 March 1902

r T 11 j 4 THE COLORED C AMEBIOAK A111 RIOA1 WASHIN WASHOTGWLOJS G1ON tUJS D t tr J r I DANCY RECEIVES OVATION OVATIONThe OVATIONThe J The Popular Recorder of Deeds DeedsDelivers DeedsDelivers DeedsDelivers Delivers a a Masterly Lay Sermon Sermonat at Second Baptist Church Ly Lyceum LyceUmMrs LyceumMrs ¬ ceum ceUmMrs Mrs Lucy G ThxirmeLn ThxirmeLnand Thurm n p Y i i and Miss West Lend Aid AidIiaat 1 J 1J La9t Sunday was the banner day of ofthe oft ofthe t the th new year at the Second Baptist Ly Iycem Lycem Lyoem cem Tte l1 o day was bright and the air airwap airW 1 w wap balmy Folly 1000 persons personsorowd personsorowded crowd crowded crowded ¬ i ed into the auditorium and the hand handsome ¬ 1 some costumes of the ladies 14 Ies gave the theeerie theJ J scene eerie a decidedly springlike aspect aspectThe as peat i 4 The principal orator of the day was wasHon wasHon wasEon Hon John C Dancy of North Caroli Caroline Carollno Carolino ¬ no Recorder of Deed Deeds a but prior to his hi...

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. — 1 March 1902

11j I THE COLORED AMERICAN WASBXNG1Oyf W D 0 cL 5 c THEMANONTHECORNER THEMANONTHECORNERShakes TIIEaNIAN ON TIIECORNER TIIECORNERc c x s Shakes H6e Finger of Warning at Young Geniuses Geniusesof r of Z5e Smart Set and Takes Some Moving Pic Pictures Pica Pictures Pictures ¬ a r tures on Z56e Professional Rialto 5 e The ManontheCorner is a specula speculalive speeulatic speculalive live individual Dont understand by bytliis bythis bythis this that we go on change and stake our ourcoin ourin ourin coin in on steel bonds or attempt to corner cor corner corOtr ¬ ner spring spring wheat It means we are some sometimes sometimcs sometimes ¬ times given to thinking cogitating solil soliloquising solilClquising solilnquising ¬ oquising and other dangerous diversions diversionsthe the outcome and value of which may be beu bea a matter for speculation We Ve are concerned con concerned concaned ¬ cerned about the future of our young youngmen youngmcncspecially youngmcnespecially men mcncspecially...

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. — 1 March 1902

> t i cn cnf l f f ITHE j Iiij Iii i g THE HE COLORED AMEBIOAK AMERIO AN WASHINGlON D U I 11ig rH l r t i According Accordin to the recent statistics the theAfro theAfroAmerIra1 theAfro Afro AfroAmerIra1 American Biotiats of the coun country country country ¬ try number 1884000 They maintain 14 14863 863 churches and employ 8883 min ministers minIsters mmasters ¬ isters istersBlahop IstersBishop Bishop B W Anett the th historian historianof historignof historianof of the African Methodist Episcopal EpiscopalChurch EpisoopalChurch EpiscopalChurch Church is spending the greater portion portionof portionof of his time colecting data for the his history hiEtory history ¬ tory of his church churchDr churchDr churchDr Dr R H W L Lake ake exbusiner exbnsinersmanager s smanager smanager manager of Bethel Book Concern in inPhiladelphia inPhHadelpbII inPhlladelphia Philadelphia has ha aocelted the agency agencyof agencyof i of Bethels Sunday St1nd y School Union says saysa saysJ J a curren...

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. — 1 March 1902

r J I 1 r rCOLORED rIm COLORED AKEEICAK A rmRIOAN AN W WASIEENGTON ASHI GTON D C ° = HARTFORD HAPPENINGS HAPPENINGSRev Rev J Edwe Edward rd Mason Talks TeJksHopefully TalksHopefully TalkHopefully Hopefully of T56e Negros Future FutureSocial FutureSocial FutureSocial Social a and nd Religious Siftings SittingsTlartfoid SiftingsHartfordOonn Siftingslartford Tlartfoid HartfordOonn Conn Special SpeclalThe The pervices per aervices Bervices vices at the A M E Z oa Church Bunday Bun Banday Bunday day were W Ie of a very high order In the themorning themorningr tbtmorningt morning morningr Rev R F Wheeler of the theTalcott theTalcott theTalcott Talcott Street Ongregatior al a Church Churchnreahed Churcbprea Churolprea titpureuttof tit trepuraultof ttepurauUof Instructive sermon on nreahed hed an prea puraultof religion under difficulties a athe and andthe atdthe hindrances Thtpastor The TheSMM Thepastor the triumph againEt exchan exchanged ed pulpit s with Rev RevWheeler RevWheeler pastor ...

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. — 1 March 1902

SYy ± n S THE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON lJ 1 C j i be e G b lored 7Ill1erican 7Ill1ericanPnbUlhed PnbUlhed bv lHE rH C Cozosmn Lo ED AKJmICAN Pub lieblhg l1sb1h Cempany CempanyA i iA A NATIONAL NEGRO NEWSPAPER NEWSPPERPubl1lhed NEWSPAPERPubllehed Publ1lhed every Saturday at 459 59 CSt C Bt N W WWashington Waah1n Washington ton D C CJ Ct J t 8UB80IUPTION BATES BATESi RATESOne 200 200it One ne i year it t 8x months monthsa 110 110I I a Three months mont 60 60t 60l 0 0INVABIARLY t l INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE ADVANCEi ADOANt7Et3nhscriptions i 8nbacrtptton may De aen eenS DY posto1Dc pO8tAID0emoney 1 money o orler er express or by registered letterAll letter letterAll All QO cotnmnnications mnnlcattons for publication should shonldbe shouldr r be accompanied with the name ofthewrtter ofthewrtternot of the writer writernot not neesarlly neceaeari p for Pnbllcatlon public atlon but as a guar gnarJ J 11 a of f good faith faithL L I f W solicit news contributions opiniOnS opiniOnSK K 1 and In ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 1 March 1902

iL o r I TI J J TI AMERICAN WASHINGTON D DC C REWARD REW ARD THE FAITHFUL FAITHFULStrong FAITHFULStrong FAITHFULStrong Strong Reasons Why The TheParty TheParty TheParty Party Should Honor John JohnE E Bruce His Talents Needed NeededIf If there is a man woman or child in inthi inthi inthis thi this country who has never hejard heard of ofJohn ofJohn ofJ J John 1in Edward Bruce he she or it must musthave mustMH musthao have hao r been hidden away a way back in some somelonesome someI some1neotne lonesome I ntome burg miles and miles from a arailroad araiiflad araiiroad railroad or post office and in a forest foresty forestdense y I > dense that the illuminating glare of ofthe ofthl ofthe the newspaper has been powerless to topenetrate torndrate topenetrate penetrate rndrate He has written for all kinds kindsand kindsand kindsand and conditions of journals representing representingMvcral representingcral Mvcral cral l races and varying lines of ofthought ofthought ofthunight thought...

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. — 1 March 1902

v5V fl ji i 7 x f 10 HJ COLORED AMERICAN AM1 RIOAN WASHINGTON D C 1 t Sf a I r c BOOKS THEYMIGHT THEY 35 35XJ I i Ii XJ MIGHT WRITE WRITEi t tOb i cA cv 1 1Oh Oh that mine enemy might write a book bookANCIENT bookANCIENT ANCIENT NCIENT PHILOSOPHERT PHILOSOPHER PHILOSOPHERfeels PHILOSOPHERAT l = AT T lome time in every ever man mans Js life be beIi bec c Ii feels a burning impule to write a abook abook abook book The subject subj ct oi said book is In Inconsequential Incon inconsequential ¬ con consequential equential The desire to see ones onesself oneJs oneJsself onest t + self in print prinh the feeling that the world worldsuffers worldsuffers worldc I c suffers l if defied the story of our ourachievements oarachievements achievements and the feverish anxiety anxietyto 4 to leave a toweling toweYin monument to pos posterity postertty peaterity ¬ terity takes hold of all of us at all times timesand tim timesa s a 1 and many yield to the th goddess of printers prInt prJntera prInter...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 1 March 1902

i I r eta etarrrE THE COLORED AMERICAN WASHESTGKTOJN W JD li C 11 = = = llflle i le MIllCAlf MIllCAlfJLOIl 1C f JLOIl lL Jealousy is the bane o oj four eur ur progress progressTime progressTime progressTime Time is the b st answer to an unjust un unjust unI unju ¬ I just ju t charge chargeOur chargeOur chargeOur Our church organs are all playing playingin in different keysAll keys keysAll keysAll All men deceive a little and are de deceived deceived der derceived ¬ ceived a great deal dealWhy dealWhy dealWhy Why not remember rem em ber that there isglory is isglory isglory glory enough for all allCriticism allCrIticism allCriticism Criticism is a prod under which whichstrong whichstroDg whichstrong strong characters excel excelPeople excelPeoFle excelPeoFle PeoFle who attend to their own busi business business business ¬ ness have no spare time timeWhy timeWhy timeWhy Why not a few colored cadets at atWest atWest a aNest t West Point and Annapolis AnnapolisTo To give a man employmen...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 1 March 1902

> = > OV 3 r7r e 12 THE COLORED A3OJKIOAK A MNR10 t1N WASHINGTON D C = 1 I io REPORT OF MRS YATESPresident YATES YATESPresident YATESPresident President of National Association Associationof of Colored Women Brings a aCheerful a aCheerful aCheerful Cheerful Message to Her HerSisters HerSistersAmong Sisters SistersAmong SistersAmong Among the prominent factors in the therecent therecent therecent recent gathering of the Womens Inter International International International ¬ national Council which was held here herelast herel herelast l last week was Mrs J Silone Yates pres president presJ president ¬ J ident of the National Association of Colored Col Colored Colored ¬ ored Women No one was more cordi cordially cordially cordially ¬ ally welcomed by her sisters in white whitethan whiter r 1 t than Mrs Yates and few made so prot pro profound ¬ t 1 found an impression upon this intellec intellectual intellectual intellecC ¬ C tual and progressive body bodyIn bodyIn bodyIn In her...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 1 March 1902

J t c i 4 I W WTIIE IJ 4IJ 1 THE COLORED AMERICAN A AMERICAN WASHINGTON D C 13 1 E PHILADELPHIA PICKINGSHelp PICKINGS PICKINGSHelp PICKINGSHelp Help fora for a Worthy Georgia Home HomeDr HomeDr HomeDr Dr Lees Revival Work WorkMovements WorkMovements WorkMovements Movements in Ch Church irch and Lit Literary Literary Literary ¬ erary Circles CirclesPhiladelphia CirclesPhiladelphia CirclesPhiladelphia Philadelphia Pa Special Winter is isinknl isindnd ismire inknl mire l at tt its height and last week Phila Philadelphia fhiladrphi hila hilad ¬ delphia d iplua experienced expericl ced one of the most ru ruin ruin rum ¬ in m us LI > tonus since since iSSS All the tele telegraph telegravh telegraph ¬ graph wires were out of working order orderami orderand orderand and most mOi of them were broken News Newsfrm Newsrm Newsrm frm rm the outside world was as brought to toPhiladelphia tofhiladelphia toPhiladelphia Philadelphia by messenger only The Thethe TheI I 1 > II I I the electric c...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 1 March 1902

c fcES COLORED C LORED AMERCAH AMER A WASHIIi WASHINGTON G1ON JR aii O Oraightens i ir r t ii yt R RZi Zi Straightens SraiFftensKin raightens Kinky < yCurJy Curly Hair HairTRADE Hairt t t t A AR Ax 1 11i 1i 1ij R j Ii t j TRADE MARK x r rS S S + i I t 4 ly At Att j t 1 1f i iJ iI ii I f R c cS4a J I i S4a I SU SUS S 510 Y S gV i < 1 S 1 1S 1gV R 1 flEFo E I MTER MTERt MTERBE t x r ri rN BE > r rI rIT V I i N order to protect the public from the numerous quack nostrums now n npw 9 w on the market which claim to straighten and cause the thehair thehair thehair IT hair to grow long and which are simply put up by a lot lotof of quacks charlatans and fakirs who have no chemical skill with the thesole thei i I I sole idea to get your hardearned cash and give you nothing in return rEtturn for your money but a dirty sticky mass of worthless worthlessgreases worthlessgrellSes worthlessgreases greases which injure the hair and cause it to fall out we have placed our trademark granted...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 1 March 1902

i Pl I J i if j t 1j I IT J E I THE COLOE1flAMRILA COLOREDAMtiJRICANWASHINGTON AlVf KBICA3T T WAS hCINGTCN D C 15 l l 11 ci I The Hotel Brunswick BrunswickI 5 5r 1 I r 235 PENNSYLVANIA AVEI AYE AND ND 220 B ST N W WOn 31 31On J y On European Plan PlanFirst PlanFirst PlanFirst First Class in Every Particular 5 y J 1 4 VAN V AN ERACKLE ERACKLEPROPRIETOR BRA CIfLEPROP OKLE OKLEPROPIIIETOII PROP PROPRIETOR PROPIIIETOIIV > roR roRWASHINGTON J WASHINGTON V ASHI GTON JD 1 C 0BEDUVEIJI C13EDVCEDI J JB g B BEDUVEIJI I > UC 1 > I REDUCED EEDIQCEDIHis REDUCEDHl REDUVEDIHla Hl His Headings to toLadles toLadles toLadies Ladles 25o Gents 50 o ojldest cPROF 0PROF PROF CLAY CLAYldest jldest established Clairvoyant tells your yourtuHlnesB yourbusiness yourbuslneSB business love affairs family troubles about nbontjawsaltB about1wsuUs about7Iw jawsaltB 7Iw 1wsuUs snits divorces or anything you wish to toKnow toItnow toknow Know brings sei se arated together causes causesspeedy causesspeedy ca...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 1 March 1902

Yp II 4i i = 3 L6 r US COLORED CL 1fl11RroAN WASmNCT WMHINGTON roN D o 1 uvx UR lYs YES HAVE ttavr xsrrav EEN OPENED OPENEDi urrtvrau urrtvraui i i The Southern Disfiaauhiaera Disf a1Cbl3ers cannot ride the Northern Elephant longer longerif if Co Cogress green enforces the Fourteenth Amendment A City Paragraphs ParagraphsMr Ii t Mr John P Green is oct again after artera a brief Haass HaassPaul 11 llaessPaul aeFiS aeFiSi i Paul Laurence Dunbr Dunb r is paid to be bevery bevery bevery N very ill in New York City CityProf i Prof Booker B poker T Washington passed passedthrough passedthrough passedthrough through the city lty this week weekDoreey weekDorsey weekDorsey Dorsey O Saber who a Q aa committed committedto to the insane hospital Eome time ago is isdead Ieri isI ri I dead deadD desdI desdD deadD I D Wehstf r Wilson of the Census CEn u8 Of Office ¬ 1 i t Ifj fice ha hag joined the noble army of u the theslain theslain he heI w j slain sJalnj slainMfss slainf f j Miss Bessie Fmith...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 8 March 1902

0 0t 0VOL t i 0 0 E = 1 ML t f TPe i iVOL t j VOL IX NO 47 WASESTGrTOiN W ASINGTO D > C MARClL 8 1902 PRICE FIVE CENTS E TS AUNGNTHECORNEk AUNGNTHECORNEkCOMMENDS MANONTHE MAN 0N THE = CORNEh CORNEhCOMMENDS CORNEhCOMMENDS COMMENDS SCHOOLS AND ANDTALKS A AMTALKS D DTALKSABOVTCHURCHES TALKS TALKSABOVTCHURCHES TALKSABOVTCHURCHESSomo ABOUT CHURCHES CHURCHESSome CHURCHESSome Some ChalkSketches of f Well Krvovi Kno n nMen nMon nMen Men and a HearttoHeart H arttoHoart Chat About AbovitThose AboutThoso AboutThose Those Who Mingle With oh GAe Passing PassingThrong PassingThrong PassingThrong Throng Throng1heres V V > V Vheres S STheres + 1heres heres a cbte1 cbie among ye takin ntes ntesIn ntesIn n tes tesIn In this commercial age dollars count countfor countfor countfor for much in the equation of influence influenceThe influenceThe influenceThe The man who can pay his way write writechecks writechecks writechecks checks on banks b anks and hold deeds dee d s to real realestate realest...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 8 March 1902

tti ttiIf 4 i 1I = < I L LE If 2 THE 4 COLORED OJGC I AMEEIOAtf YC A 1 WASHnfG1 WAS G7 tT D U 1 I It S M Mi My Mr t i j r rj I I i 1 y r I If f j 1 Address all communications for these columns to thE Department Editor Mrs J Shone Yates YatesPresident YatesPresident > President National Association of Colored ColoredWomen Women 2I22 Tracy Ave Kansas City Mo History because of his excellent excellentachievements exc excellentachievements llent llentachieem achievements achieem nts will accordXhim acco accord him a place in inthe inthe inthe the galaxy of worthies whose fame is isj IS ISconfined isconfined < j confined to no particular race or coun counx countryCregorys countryGregorys x ivy tryCregorys Gregorys Life of DouglassTHE Douglass DouglassTHE Douglassi i THE PROFESSIONAL NURSE IN INNEW INi INNEW i t NEW ENGLAND ENGLANDLittle ENGLANDLittle 6 Little did I think three years ago that thatI thatL L I would sacrifice my beautiful surroundings surround surroundt surrounding...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 8 March 1902

i 1Tm TtIE COiLOitED x Lei Lonrnn D 1rmRIOAN A WASBINGTON D C 3 4 SHREDS SHREDSAND 8 j e eAND 1 AND ANDFATCHES FATCHES SUCCESS SUCCESSWith SUCCESSWith SUCCESSWith inthe With comrade Duty in the dark or orday ordayTo ordayTo day dayTo < To follow Truth Truthwherever wherever it may lead leadTo lead leadTo leadTo To hate all meanness cowardice or creed creedTo EreedTo greedTo To look for beauty under common clay clayOur clayOur clayOur Our brothers burden sharing when they weep weepBut weepBut weepBut But if WP fall to bear defeal alone aloneTo aloneTo aloneTo To live in hearts that that loved us us when were gone goneBeyond EoneBeyond goneBeyond Beyond the twilight twilighttill till the morning break breakto I Ito Ito to sleep That is Success SuccessEARNEST BuccessilEARNEST SuccessIEARNEST EARNEST NEAL LYON LvoNX LYONEx LYONE X CONGRESSMAN George 6eorgH 6eorgHWhite GeorgeifWhite H HWhite Ex E White talked business to a apacked apackEd apacked packed house oi otcolored colored citi...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 8 March 1902

T 3 y I 4 THE TH eOLOKJD OLO 1EDICA1 > AMERICAN HfERIV4NWAS1nNGTON DC D C CI I r i EXPOSTMASTER MORTON AND AND FAMILY I Mrs M B Morton Mr r M B Morton II c Me Maid xid a and nd Monroe B Morton Jr Ida McKinley Morton Mortonc ENTHUSIASTIC AS EVER EVERPostmaster EVERPostmaster r 0r 0 Postmaster Morton Retires With Withhonors WithI t honors Thick About him an anStands nd ndStands t I Stands Rea Reedy dy to Respond to7She t tbhe T56e Bugle Call of Duty DutyMr Dutyi Duty1fr DutyJtfr i Mr Monroe B Morton has just closed closeda I a brilliant four years ears administration as aspostmaster ast t 1 postmaster at Athens Georgia Hisservice His Hisjervice Hisi i J service enice at this office officeone one of the most mostimportant mostimportant mostimportant + important in the state gave eminent sat satisfaction sat1Jtj satisfaction ¬ 1Jtj isfaction to the citizens citizensanq and he retires retireswith retireswith retireswith with the respect and good will of all allvho allwho i who 1ho hav...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 8 March 1902

m 1R COLORED AMJERIC A1dIlRICAN ST WASBDDSTG TOJN N JJ JL > c 5 M MANONTHE ANONTHE CORNE RtC R RiC RC T5he iC C IlItiutd nttt iti utd utdr r ml r pacesvtcm pace tatzeThe a aThe tem belongs to the th < backwoods backwoodsjV backwoodsand cr svtcm The jV i MO 1 tlO musty to be enjoyed by the theJizVt therightthi theright JizVt and rightthi right thinking king representatives of this thisregressive thisprngr thisgeneration regressive s1C generation It panders to a aana aaOltY aram prngr that should be discouraged and andhrecu andbren andbree v ram ana aOltY that is little littleof littleSl > a l love ° ve of display bree hrecu of f vulgar If there are some who whoVh whojh whowill will Sl Vh jh t hI flounce up a long aisle to show showfi showIff automobile bought at Hechts Hechtsn Iff fi a 1 new ne + + let envious enviouslister enviousIar enviousi instalment plan or an dw ht lister i Iar n t r get et a fronand front and back vew view of ° f apicturehat a aborough ainhrough inhro...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 8 March 1902

F i d I 1 I 1 1 i v vt t t I t I J Lj i j i is II II1Jj yi i Beo 7 v we reproduce a few of many manyletters 1Jj 1 letters received by The Clored Amerl American Amerlcan can praising the g rod points of the thepaper thepaper paper and accompanying laudation laudat1onj laudationby j by what la still more encouraging enoouragingand encouragingand and necces1t1rythe cash It 1s notour not notour our intention to Iplalt plait our own ownhair ownhair hair U so to speak bat we whh to let letthe letthe + the pessimist and prophet of evil see seethat seethat that the In lneliigent ellJgent aad ld race loving ele eleI element element ment oC our rale raL a Is standing by UB with witht withkey t key I theirHmea1Js their means and that there are among amongt 1 us plenty people who can find mprit In Ina ina a Negro journal The critic and growl growlr growlera r ers find fault with the really honest honestr honestand r and st stialghtforward atghtforward race paper but butneverhelp butneverhelp ne...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 8 March 1902

X M MTHE 7 i 1 THE COLORED AMJSRICATST A M MRILAN WASETN GTONt TOTsT T n C I MR W C PAYNE OUR NEW POSSESSIONS POSSESSIONSWill Will They BenefitG Benefit he e American AmericanWorkingman AmericanWorkingman AmericanWorkingman7Insuar Workingman Workingman7Insuar 1lnsuar Insular Terri Territory Territory Territory ¬ tory Offers a a Chance for Negro NegroCapita NegroCapi NegroCapital Capita Capi a The Danish West West In Indies Indies Indies ¬ dies diesThe diesThe diesThe The acquisition of Hawaii Porto PortoRica PortoRic PortoRic Rica Ric the Philippines and a d Danish West Westladies Westladies ladies 1 rldiea by the government overIment of the theUnited theUnited theUnited United States 8l tes is a subject full of gen genuine genulne genulna ¬ ulna interest to tl the American people peopleas as well as to thoie whom we are acquiring acquir acquiring acquirIng ¬ ing This sul j J act cannot be th jrougbJy jrougbJydiscu Irougblydiscu roughJydiscus discus discu = sad d from manuscript or ...

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