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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 22 March 1902

tt t I Ir f r 16 TBDBCOLOBED THE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON D C E I Houses Hous s For Sale SaleIrOI POQB 10 IrOI 8 ALPNo iE IC No o 7 and 9 Hanover Plaoe Plaoenorthfelt Placenorthwest northwest north we at twostory and cellar nearly Jiearlynew nearlynew near17new new 6 rooms room and bath all modern 1m 1mrrovement 1mrovemenu rrovement rovemenu NIce location 10e > Uou And ud convenient couvenlentto i to two oar lines Price 3200 32 O or will ex exchange exo2isnge x xU ¬ U change c1 anare anarew We w have also alsol5Om some nice two twostory story pTict Oftck o lck lckhonees I houles In iatteraon atteraon St 8 rorms roc + ma and batb batbWhloh f which we can sell IIcHtor for 12200 Call at office officeror orneetor i ror fornumber number and permit to examine examineJOB exam1ne1IOB examineFOR JOB 8iU5 8LEA li ALE A tine 1uecorner corner In onthwett 9onthweett onthwettWashington t t Washington No 900 9OOE E L St 8 W can be beconverted beOnverted beeonverted converted Into store at sm...

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. — 29 March 1902

f > F i 0 o o ir8rro i ofi 1lir o a afl fl a aas i ii i LOAE4 i f 1 1ATIONAS ATIONAS RO YSpAPER YSpAPERG YSpAPERVtL G VOL IX NO NO 5 p WASIIINGTO WASI1INGTOND D U lURH 29 9 190 1902 PRIVE FIVE CENTS CE rS r + i A KENTUCKY GENIUS GENIUSSTEPHEN GENIUSSTEPHEN STEPHEN BELL TEACHER TEACHERAND TEACHERAND AND PUBLIC SERVANT SERVANTA A Master Mind Refutes She Charge ChargoThat ChargeThat That Negroes Have no Capacity for forOrigInal forOrhgtnei OrigInal Thought A Natural Leader Leaderand Lead r r8nd and Organizer In Lodge and Politics PoliticsI Politicsme I me a man that is not passions passionsc passionsand c and I will wear him in my hearts heartsr 11 r vta in mv my heart of hearts as I do doh doe h t e For thou hast been o one rwho who in intTtring intiering tTtring all has suffered nothing a amm ai and rewards rewardslut rewardsh i mm an that fortunes buffets h lut + t taken with equal thanks And AndIescd Anddle dle Iescd ed are those whose blood and judg judgment judgntent ment are ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 29 March 1902

f I Ij j a2 j 2 THE rUE COLORED A AMFBICA IrnRCANW T WASDINGTON ASHINGTON D O A NEW JERSEY UJINER UJINERr UJINERAn JIVERAn r An Account cff 15he Busy Career Careerf Career Careert µ t of f G W W Rolefort Competence CompetenceDestroyin CompetenceDestroying Destroying The Color Line LineIf Linex x If genius is simply hard work inte11i inte11igently intelligently gently applied and evidenced by success successful successful ful issue of purpose Dr G VV Rolefort Rolefortof Rolefortof of Newark N J possesses in an eminent emi emintnt ntnt degree that very desirable quality His career of fortyyears is so full of ofstriking ofstriking striking incidents and unceasing activit activitthat activity that one onecan 4 an scarcely realize how on onman one oneman man coulch couleover = over such a wide and varied variedarea variedarea area He is a native of Virginia In Inearly Inearly early manhood he studied telegraphy < but that field being an unplowed terri territory tern terntory tory to N...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 29 March 1902

f iI l lIf L LTHE t THE COEO COLORED ED A1 AMERICAN A ERICAN W PrASH WASEODSTOTCHSr T ETON D C 3 J If 1 To She Pen and Pencil Club ClubI I bin readin in mah papah papahBout papahBout pa paBout Bout a club in Washinton WashintonWbeah WashintonWheab VashintonWheab Wheab de membahs all wears diamonds diamondsAn An burns money jes fer fun funDey funDer funDey Dey makes de biggest b llestspeeches llestspeechesAn speeches speechesAn An dej de eats de finest grub grubOb crubOb gruboh Ob I wants ter go to Washinton WashintonTo To Jne dat club clubLai clubLa clubLas Las La week dey cive a dinnah dinnahAn dinnahAn An dey tells me hit was fine finePoun finepoun finefocn Poun cake and chicken salad saladAn saladAn saladAn An er whitish kind O wie wieDar wieDar wieDar Dar was possum on de table tableLemonade tablelemonade tableLemonade Lemonade too toon n er tub tubcib tubIt cib t It I bleeeed ter eo 0 ter Washinton WashintonAn An jine ine dat club clubI I fiwine study dicionaries dicionariesAll...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 29 March 1902

s f t > j r 17 IIO r 4 THE COLORED AML RICAN WASHTtfGKTCXN W D C i iI ip if1 1 P I p f1 We think the Democrats and doughface dough doughface doughface ¬ face Republicans are too precipitate in intheir inJ1 in intheir + J1 their fears over the consequences onsequences that thatmay thatoJ thatf f may follow the adoption of the Crumpacker Crum Crumpacker Crumpacker oJ packer resolution Whether the th themain main mainobject ain 4 object of exposing the true inwardness inwardnessof 1 1 of certain suffrage laws of the South is ispolitical isl 1 l political claptrap to solidify the Negro Negrovote Negroyote Negrovote yote vote and thus insure Republican success successIn succe successin s st t In In the doubtful districts of the North is isapart IS ISapart isapart apart from the phase pf the question questionwe we wish to discuss The T he Negroes of ofNorth ofNorth ofNorth North and West are intelligent and andthey andthe andthey they the know how far they are willing to tobe tobe tobe...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 29 March 1902

ii COLOnnn nniczwAsrirGTot AME1tr t W ASHINGTON GWOlf B t C J t > a THEMANONTHECORNER THEMANONTHECORNERDeals THEMANON TIIE MAN ONsTIIECORNER ONsTIIECORNERDeals = THECORNER 2 2Deals Deals in In All Sorts and Offers A Bunch of Sug Suggestions Suggestlons ¬ y yk k gestions That Ought to Afford Food for Refleck Reflec Reflection ReflecdonEaster > k tion donEaster Easter Thoughts Wise and Otherwise I IS t J I I L IO7 Y f7 V J LT Yl Y + vT d IG ta vY td Y YT vT S Y ate Yl Y r Y + lt7 a v3 1beros heres a chiel among ye y taking taki takin notes notesFirybody notesF nfltesr Firybody F r rybody is talking about the Man Manr lV1annlCornerpresumably ManCornerpresumably r nlCornerpresumably hiCorner Cornerpresumably presumably because he heli heh heb h li been llen talking about everybody else elsey elsell y v it know a talkfest talk fest is a game two twofan two1j twoa fan a 1j play at and he who would expose exposej exposeL1df exposeelf j L1df elf to the dazzling white light of ofpublic...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 29 March 1902

< < jtY 1 1i < > J v r i 6 THE COLORED kM1ITOA A MTI1nCAN W WASHXK ASIIINGTON TOK 1 D C f I THRIVING HOBSON ClfY ClfYA CI fY fYA Y YA A Flourishing Flouris ing Negro Ne ro Town In the Heart of ofAlabama ofAlabamaMayor Alabama AlaoamaMayor Mayor S L Davis DavisHobson DavisHobeon DavisHobson 0 Hobson Oily has nearly six hundredinhabitants hundred hundredInhabit hundredInhabila1te inhabitants Inhabit ants Tnretfuurhs Tnretfour ha own 0 n their theirproper tbeirpropery theirpropery proper propery y There a e three churches churchesone cburchesone churchesone one Bap ist and two Me M Mehod hod hodst at with withlarge witblarge withlarge large iiiemberahips There is a good goodBchool goodachool goodochool Bchool cf a hundred pupi pup1s s under the thecontrol thecOllarJI thecontrtl control of Prof 1 Gul ey and two twostores twostores twostores stores that are doing a creditable busi business busineBS business ¬ ness Mrs Annie Snow now is a courteous courteousand courteousand co...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 29 March 1902

i TIiE COLORED 1f1i1RICAN A W ASB1NGTON T D C 1 FOR NAVAL OFFICER OFFICERName Name cff Col James Lewis One Oneof Oneof of the Famous Old Guard GuardProposedDirectly Guarci GuarciProposedDirectly ProposedDirectly in Line Of OfPromotion ofPromotion Promotion PromotionAs As yet President Roosevelt has made madeno maden0 no permanent appointment as Na N yal yalOfficer al alOfficer Officer at the Port of New Orleans La LaFor a aFor For the time being the duties of the thepost thepost post are devolving upon the chief dep deputy deputy uty Mr Holland It is almost certain certainthat certainthat that the President will follow the cus custom custom tom of the past thirty years and recog recognize recognize nize the just claims of the colored voters votersby votersby by designating onetOf our race to fitrthis fitrthisdesirable fi1TTisdesirable desirable office Several candidates have haveplaced haveplaced placed applications on file and their theirpapers theirpapers papers ar are being caref...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 29 March 1902

H < F > > c J > < < 07 ii lJe e He be Colored boloredjImericaIl boloredjImericaIlPubUIbe American AmericanPublished Published < 1 by rax COMJUED C LOJUCDuocuOAl AUJCEIOAW Pub PnbUBbLbgr PublUhU1K Pub1lsbihg UBbLbgr Company CompanyA A NATIONAL NEGRO NEWSPAPEB NEWSPAPEBPubllifa NEWSPAPERPublDhe NEWSPAPEBI I Publlifa PnbWbed a < 1 every Saturday at 459 59 9 C St N W WWashington WW8Abl WWashington Washington W8Abl gton D O OSUBSCRIPTION Oltc C13UBSORLPTION ltc ltcJIIoo JIIoo JIIoor r SUBSCRIPTION BATESOne BATES BATESOne RATESOne + One year 5200 52008lx 5200Six 200 200i 200Six i < Y Six months monthsThree 110 110ri ri Three Th Thine oionfaa fIJont 60 60nTVABIABIY 60rF 60iNV rF nTVABIABIY iNV ABIABLi IN ADOANCHdnburtptione ADVANCE ADVANCEdut ADV ANOE ANOEllbu dut dnburtptione llbu > urtptlons lplon may oe aenl lIen DY postoffic postofficmoney pos postoflfce postoflfcemoney omci omcimODey money order express or by registered letter letterAll letterA letterAil ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 29 March 1902

iil COLOi n 1irnltICAN A WASIJINGTON WAS GTON n u c 9 ii 1 AFTER TWELVE YEARS YEARSt YEARSMt Mt t Zion Church an EnduringMonument Endurii EnduriiMonument Enduring EnduringMonument Monument to She he Christian Ze Zeof Zeal Zealof Zea Zeaof of Rev = Morton Winston WinstonPhiladelphia WinstonPhiladelphia WinstonPhiladelphia Philadelphia Pa Special Specia10f Of all tr trbioings the thehlo th thllt bioings llt hlo ings which Providence has alloweman allowed allowedmall allowetmot man to enjoy the greatest to my min mini mind mindi < i < tin t ht religious liberty The social soc al an anpolitical and andPdlitial am amblessings political blessings are as naught whet wheoanpared when whenl oanpared l c 1l1pared to the religious for they ar arimply are areimly an animply imply transitory and will yill soon pas pasavy pass passa pasatY avy a but that which gives us an inight ir irMI in iniht MI iht it to the world beyond will last eve evet even eventl evert t tl the tlt endless ages of ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 29 March 1902

1t ti tir f f4i4fk1 d 4 4h r h THE iHI11 COLORED AMEBXCAST ATM A ftTCAN WASHESTGrTOK W JX D C 1 J A HARD LEGAL FIGtfT FIGtfTLeading FIGI T Tl TLading l Leading Law Films Fir ins Fail to Save SaveClient SaveClient SaveClient Client Only Because of Color ColorPrejudice ColorPrejudiceGeneral ColorPrejudiceGeneral Prejudice PrejudiceGeneral General Gossip GossipAtlanta Go GossipAtlanta sip sipAtlanta Atlanta Ga Special Specia1Rev Rev Dr W v L LJones LJ LJones Jones J ones of Beulah Baptist church and andhis andhis anda 5 his good congregation are arranging for fora fora fora a a great celebration on Sunday next n xt The Themembers Themember Themembers members are working like beavers to tomake tomake tomake make the occasion a asucc success succl ss Rev Dr DrJones DrJpnes DrV V Jones the pastor is also writing a abook aDook abook book From New N ew York to the Holy HolyLand HolyLand HolyX X Land Dr Jones is avery a very strong man manMr manMr manMr Mr Harry L Kemp of New York Yorkpassed...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 29 March 1902

7 7 1 1 J rJf I p THE TEtE COLORED GOLORi a A AiCERICAl nRIC I WAS W WAS3D ASIDNGrON GTON D C 11 j 1 < f Jt J5 Jt J JIt f It AppearsTo Appears 5 5To k To Be A Fact FactS 5 5That yA S S SThat A L LThat That the maahtr uiuat go goThat goThat goThat That the Negro talks too much muchThat muchThat muchThat That few folks praise a really worthy worthyman worthyman worthyman man manThat manThat manThat That the Peoples Lyceum has a aprecident aprepldent aprepident precident by proxy proxyThat proxyThat proxyThat That fewer Afro AfroAmerican American conven conventions conVentionB conventions ¬ tions would do no harm harmThat harmThat harmThat That a woman will pay a bill more morepromptly morepromptly morepromptly promptly than moat men menThat menrrhat menThat That the tb divorce business is being beingbackset beln belnback8et beingbackset backset by reconciliations reconciliationsThat reconciliationsThat reconciliationsThat That there will be a few Negro clerks clerksleft clerksleft ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 29 March 1902

e M4 d C 11 12 THE HECOLORED COLORED AMERICAN A AMmlYAWWAS1tINGrON TTICAi WASttThTG1X D O I NEGR NEGRO O CENSUS CLERKS CLERKSMessrs CLERKSMessrs Messrs Pelruxm Pelh m and nd Jenifer JeniferBreak JeniferBreak c Break Quantity QU ntity e and nd Quality QualityRecords Qualityt QualityRecords t Records Why This Slaughter Slaughterof SI ughter ughterr r of fOur Our Already Serried Ranks Ranksrr 7 7One 1t 1One rr rrr t r One of f the sections in the manufac manufactures manufacJ manufactures ¬ J tures division of the Census Office has hasfor hast hasfor t for the past two months been engaged in inthe inthe inthe the tabulation of schedules for a com comparative comparative ¬ 2 parative statement of the figures of the theindustries theindustries theindustries industries staried during the census year yearduring yearduring yearV > V V V during the decade from i80o to 1899 and andprior andprior andprior prior thereto theretoSome theretoc V c 1V J Some thirty or more clerks were en engaged...

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. — 29 March 1902

> I Pt i a I y f II r T2DE5 r coLoRED COLORED COLOI ED AMEBICAST A RICAN WAbHINGTON WASm YA IIIIQGtJtO GrTCXST T D C r 13 i I I I I pm f idle ILollf ft MIlICAIf 1 f I ll If1 t separate s paratc cars THE CorJ Corwants Cot Cotf CotUKKX s J I f UKKX AN wants Iallts it distinctly distinct y itn itnd 1nd und d t I t cc C have no objection objectiontwr objectIOnf twr trr f t I riding with white people peoplecre peoPledi cre di c rd > r1 y v and respectable respectableVcciferati respectableVcciferati scctable scctableVsrlf Vcciferati Vsrlf ratin > n has is uses uses but more moreIt moreIt moreses ses sesIt It takes most of a mans life iife to learn learnW iV W to llVC llVCpraise liv livpr1iSl c cpr praise pr tile little apologize seldom and andjplan andn andnot jplan r n not a tall tallr tallIta11 t all allLtaTi allpro LtaTi pro to do one on thing better than any anyelse anyt x t else can do it itf Iti it5raf 5raf f the t Iw best speeches are the tl e ones onesjaltfe ones6Ie onesi...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 29 March 1902

j 14 THBCOLOBED 1LI THE f1 COLORED AMERICAN A WASHINGTON D C Cii r k Pi ff ffl fftraightens ii r l < 6 a 1 l lI i Heightens Kinky K ire nkyCurly yur Curly Hair HairTRADE air airi s r I i d 1 I It > < 1DiNO TRADE MARK t 5 1 11 HA p 4 4a APO a a ar r r 1 1i i r i 8foi E AFTER AFTERBE = 11 BE lT AnNED 1 1IT fi N order to protect the public from the numerous quack nostrums now on the market which claim to straighten straig hten and cause the theI thehair s IT I hair to grow long and which are simply putup by byalotof a lot of quacks charlatans and fakirs who have no chemical skill with the thej thesol L j sole sol idea i ea to get your hardearned cash and give you nothing in return for your money but a dirty sticky mass of worthless worthlessgreases worthlessI I 0 r greases which injure the hair and cause it to fall out we have placed our trademark granted to us by the Government Governmentof y yr r 1 of the United States of America Ame ica on n every everybox box of OZONO King...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 29 March 1902

f tirflf i rbtE T IE COLORED A3 Ml ERTC Rr AN WA W ASHINGTON 1EJmc PoN D G r L i I i 1 i PHOSE MAIN 807 8073 3 Choice Ch oice Col CdL Flowers FlowersA A Special Offer For Easter Flowers at atC atC atC C E Brooks BrooksFILORI BrooksBilOII3JIl BilOII3JIl FILORI fi 1527 14th STREET Northwest NorthwestArtistic NorthwestArtistic NorthwestArtisti Artistic Funeral Designs at Reasonable PricesMY Prices PricesMr Pricts11Specialty Mr 11Specialty Specialty All Orders Received by Mail Mailor Mailor Mailor or Phone will Receive Prompt AttentionPYONI Attention AttentionPHONE AttentionPJONE PHONE MAIN 8685 8685Harry 86SSHarry 8685Harry Harry G Isel IselElectrical Is Isel6dllhaeger l lBeJIbanger BeJIbanger f nd ndRleahicaf ndBlecti Electrical Blecti ical Contractor Ccntr actor 1405 P ST Northwest NorthwestWASHINGTON NorthwestW NorthwestWASIIINOTON WASHINGTON W ASIIINGTON D C CXLocksmithing CLocksmithing CKLocksmitbing XLocksmithing < Orders Promptly Attended Tov To ToMainTelephone Tofi > fi f...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 29 March 1902

J > > 2 16 lIIID COLORED AMERICA3T AM1 A RICAN W WA ASHINGT 1r NGTON N D O OL L Houses For Sale SaleFOB i FOB 3 UENO JJEi No 7 and 9 Hanover Plaea Plaeanorthwest Pla e enorthwet northwest twoBtory and cellar nearly nearlyn nearlynw nearlynew n nw w 6 rooms room md bath all modern linirrovementi fin Imqrovcmentl finf f irrovementi rOvemente Nice location and convenient convenientto it to two car lines Price 55200 3200 or will exchange ex exchange ezchange ¬ p < change changeWe changeWe We have also some nice twostory brlck brlckhouses b lak lakhoneee houses houses In Patterson St 0 robins and bathwhich bath batbwhich 1 which we can sell ell for 52 12203 22O3 200 Call at office officelor of11ccfor officefor for number and permit to examine examineFOB j r v FOR 8 VIiK tLE3 LE A flue 11 ne corner In onthwest 3onthweatWashington onthwestWashington outhwe8tt t Washington Waahlu n No 900 9OOE E St 8 W can be beconverted beconverted tf converted Into store at small expensePrice exp...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 5 April 1902

I 1i IL ILI E EJ I I L J 0 dS Shti 0 0s s 1 10 10CR t CR 0 SpAPEF SpAPEFr e r 1 il f fVOL VOL TOL XI NO N051 51 1V ASHINGTQN D DTOL C APRIL 5 1902 PRICE FIVE UE CEO TS TSC ARISTOCRACY OF BRAI BRAIMEETING MEETING OF MR WASHING WASHINGTON W WASHINGTON ASHING ASHINGTON TON AND PRINCE HENRY HENRYGermain HENRYGerman HENRYGerman German Nobleman e and nd ExSleeve ExSlaveEd ExSlaveEducator ExSlaveEducator Ed Educjxtor ucator Exchange Courtesies Cou Couitesles tesles the Broad Plaza of Personal Worth WortnHonors W WorthHonors orth orthHonors Honors at Carnegie Hall HallThe HallThe V VThe The angel has said unto me Write Writeand Writeand Writeand and Im going to write If the sub substance substance substance ¬ stance of what is written does not en entertain entertain entertain ¬ tertain or edify the public it is is no fault faultof faultof faultof of mine mineit it is the angels It all de depends depends depends ¬ pends upon my ability to make the things thingsthese thingsthese thingsthese t...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 5 April 1902

W S w rw r JR j I jf jfI i iI < c I > < Ii THE COLOR COLORED D AMERICAN A 1fFR GAN WASGTON w ASmN ON D DI J A CLARION CALL TO DUTY DUTYMiss DUTYk y yk k k Miss Nartnie H Burroughs Points Out a Great GreatWork X XWork i iWork Work for She Uplift of cifOur Our Race Which Only OnlyWo OnlyWoman Wo Woman ¬ k man Can Perform Perform5UrrinJt Stirring Convention Coming ou I There never was a time in in our denom denominational denominational ¬ inational life when we needed to direct directcur dircctcur directr r cur attention more to arousing and andtraining andtmining andtrnining training our women omen for Christian ser service scrice service ¬ vice ice 1 say sm this because the masses of ofour ofour ofour our women womcli are overlooked It is is safe safeto safeto safeto to say that Negro women have before beforethorn beforethcm beforethem thorn one of the greatest problems of the theage theKge A S age for upon the development of the thehighest thehighest thehighest x highest ty...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 5 April 1902

r I r 0 t J < U I 11 Ii 1 THECOLORED rims AMERICAN WASHINGTON D C I MR WESLEY CRAYTON CRAYTONA A Leader d lr in Mississippis M sSfsSlppis Business World MR WESLEY CRAYTON CRAYTONOne CRAYTONOne CRAYTONOne One of Mississippis 1 ississippis Heavy Con Contribution Contribution Contribution ¬ tribution to She Sum TotaJ Toh I of ofNegro ifNegro ofNegro Negro Progress His Life a a Les LesWhatever Lesson Lesson son sonYhatever sonWhatever Whatever reputation the State of Mississippi Mis Mississippi lfississippi ¬ sissippi may have acquired along some lines in the past she has not neglected neglectedto to contribute a heavy share to the mo motive motic motive ¬ tic tive forces that are leading the Negro Negrorace Negrorac Negrorace race rac to the light of education enterpri enter enterprise enterprise ¬ prise pri + e and business development Hers Ilersis is is the only voice that has been heard i from bronze lips in the United States Senate entte and to the House of Represent Representat...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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