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

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Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 12 April 1902

l I 3a J tr l Y t yi I I II II = 1 ± I j I I t tI 9 i t l tl J c t I TILL TILLDEATH DEATH DO US PART PARTBeautiful PAR PARTgeeutiful T Beautiful Wedding of f Miss Son Soixgow Songow Songow gow e and nd Mr Williexms WilliamsThe WilliamsTheAeolian The TheAeolian TheAeolian Aeolian Mandolin and Guitar GuitarClub GuitarClub GuitarClub Club Given Freedom of She 15heQuaker 75heQuaker SheQuaker Quaker City CityPhiladelphia CityPhi1ldelpbla CityPhiladelphia Philadelphia Pa Special SpecIalCupid SpecIalCupidhas Cupid Cupidbaa has Indeed been busy this season and andeelecticg andselecting andselecting selecting as its actors eome of the thenioat them03t themost most prominent peraons in our oity oityThis oIty1hla cityfile This was manifested when on last lastMonday JastlondayMHch lastMondayM Monday MondayM londayMHch M rch Slat Miss Julia Songow Sengowwsa Songowwas was joined in wedlock to Mr James JamesWilliams J JamesWi111ams awes awesW111aIDe Williams The St Thomas P E Echurch Eohurch Eehur...

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. — 12 April 1902

6 e eI r I ij 10 TELE COLoin COLORED a AMEJMOAST ICAN WASHEtt WASHINGTON WASHI GKTOrN D X C f r j c c1 Some Generalities That Glitter GlitterA Glitterf 7 f j r A REFLEX OF THOUGHT AND SENTIMENT SENTIMENTGATHERED SENTIMENTGATHERED SENTIMENTGATHERED GATHERED FROM THE ARENA OF HU HUMAN HUMAN ¬ y yk k MAN ACTIVITY c K 0 THE FLOATING PLANK PLANKMen PLANKMen j jMen Men say I float with any wayward tide tideThey tideThey tideThey They liken me to drif driftwood txvood on the sea seaAnd seaAnd seaAnd And passing with averted faceThey face faceThey faceThey They see no use in floating planks like me meBut meBut meBut But I will float when staunchest boats go down downI I drtfted past a shipwrecked life at sea seaAnd seaAnd seaAnd = And clinging to me he safely reached the shore shoreGod shoreGod shoreGod God sees some som some use in floating planks like me meDEDICATED meDEDICATED meDEDICATED > DEDICATED to Us UsA UsA UsA A member the Virginia legislature legislatureoae ODe Mr Caton bynam...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 12 April 1902

ij11J 1f IlkJll THE THEC03LOBEB COLORED AMEBICAJST AMERICANWASHINGTON WASHIKGTOK l Y D i C co 11 J TELLS OF RACE PROGRESS PROGRESSCompiler PROGRESSCompiler PROGRESSCompiler Compiler Williams to Circulate Circulatean an Interesting Report of the theChicago theChicago theChicago Chicago Meeting of National Ne Negro Negro Negro ¬ gro Business League LeagueI LeagueAbIERICANS I > ITOR COLORED COIOR D AMERICANS AM RICNSAs = As offi offifiiipiler offimpiler offlmpiler fiiipiler mpiler of The National Negro NegroI NegroLeague y > I League I am pleased to send sendthi sendthis this thi notice that the complete rc rci rc rcr re rethe r i f the t he Chicago convention of the thec theis thek c Vj is in the hands of the tI e printer printery y i A ill ii be ready for dIstrIbutIon on thef the tv by h nf f April next nextl l 1 l < report is finely printed on heavy heavyf heavyand f t 1 paper and in clean large typel type typebe I l be artistically gotten up in a arinted arillted arimed ri...

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

iJi1 d O Oi 7i = f 1 12 J1H COLORED COLOE Ii1 A1rnRICAN EflTCA WAStII1SGTONDO Yr AS ClIi l 17f1 Vl 9 De r i iI w R RJ J + BE STILL STILLi I i 7 Be still the crown of life is silentness silentnessGive silentnessGive Give thou a quiet hour to each long day dayI dayToo I IA Too much ot time we spend in profitless profitlessi1 profitlessAnd i1 And foolish talktoo little do we Say Sayi ± i 49 It thou wouldst gather words that shall avail availi i r 1 Learning a wisdom worthy to express expressr it Leave for awhile thy chat and empty tale tales taleStudy f 1 Study the golden speech ct silentness silentnessARTHUR silentnessx s x + ARTHUR L SALMON SALMOHW SALMONIouldnt W Iouldnt ouldnt It Be BeA BeA A Good Idea IdeaIf 1 1 1If If we use the pronoun IJ I less frp frpquenUy frefa fa quenUy quenUyFor quentlyFor For several of our weaker churches churchesto to combine combineTo combineTo To help educate the poor soutnern soutnernwhite soutnernwhite white man manFor manFor For our church journals...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 12 April 1902

i 3 3COLORED Jr ThEICOLON LJ1 COLORED D ASOJBtCAST AMERtO A1 ICN N WASH11NTGTON W c rnGTOND D 13 3 S COLERIDGE TAYLOR TAYLORfvvo TAYLORTwo TAYLORTwo Two Enjoyable Interpretations Interpretationsof of His Grea Great t Compositions by byShe byt5he byihe She Choral Organization Bear Bearing Bearing Bearin ¬ ing in His Na Name NameEMter NameEaster rne rneBaiter Easter Sunday was 8 Coleridge Tay Taylor Taylor Taylor ¬ lor day At tbe Second Baptist Lyceum Lyceumand LyceumaDd Lyceumand and on Tuesday evening the great greatAngloAfrican greatAngloAfrIcan greatgng1o AngloAfrican gng1o Afrfcan composer Waa similarly similarlyhonored slmUarlyhonored similarlyhonored honored by a special session of Bethel BethelLiterary BethelLiterary BethelLiterary Literary and Historical AssociatIon AsaocietionBoth AssociatIonJth AssociationBeth Both < Jth programs were rendered by mem members memI members ¬ I bers of the 8 ColeridgeTaylor Choral ChoralSociety Oboralfciety ChoralSatiety Society Mr Andrew F...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 12 April 1902

= 2 4Ii f W > I I 1 i t 14 rHE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON D C CStraight Cq Straight q ns Kinky KinkyCUrIy Cury Hair f fz z 1 n p L l co T 4 I Ii i FORE FOREN Jf i k 1 j 11 IIIC 6 BE ARNED ARNEDIT M KBL1tibo + Wd WdN N order to protect the public from the numerous quack nostrums now on the market which claim to straighten and cause the thehnjr thehair thehair + tr innf which simnlv simply T > ut ut > bv by a lot of auacks quacks charlatans and fakirs who have no chemical v u usolo skill with the theniliLir thesole thesole IT hair to LO grow oTnw lULiy long and UllU WiUUl1 are Uao 011JJJJljr JJUU put up H UJ miwuw1 uuyi > v injii i v UIUU uu u i uv niliLir 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 it to fall out we have placed our trademark granted to us by the Government Governmentof of the United S...

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

4 4O Y O TItibCOLORED S COLORED A AMEB1GA3ST A iERIGAT WASBINGTON W S TGTON D G 1 PHONE MAIN 8073 Choice Cut Flowers FlowersA A Special Offer For Ee Easter stor Flowers at atC atC atC C E Brooks BrooksbO BrooksFIIORI FIIORI bO IgF P 15 7 14th STREET Northwest NorthwestArtistic NorthwestArtistic NorthwestArtistic Artistic Funeral Designs at Reasonable Prices PricesMr PrictsMY PricesMySpecialty Mr MySpecialty Specialty All Orders Received Receivedby by Mail Mailor Mailor Mailor or Phone will Receive Prompt PromptAttention PromptAttentionPyoNE Attention AttentionPHONE AttentionP PHONE P ONE MAIN5 MAIN5Harry MAIN 863s 863sHarry 8685Harry Harry G Isel IselBelltageraml IselBellbanger IselBellhaager Bellbanger Belltageraml BelltageramlElecMcal and andElect aidSleet ElecMcal Elect ical Contractor 1405 P ST Northwest NorthwestWASHINGTON NorthwestVASIUNGTON NorthwestWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D C CLocksmithinc cLocksmithin CeLocksmithina < Locksmithinc Orders Promptly Attended To TogJt Ss SsMai...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 12 April 1902

< zJt0it iL I r = T 1 16 THE l COLORED COLU 7E AMERICAN YCAN WASHINGTON VASHIN TON 0 1 t Hous Houses s For Sale r t J 1 a FOR 8AJE 8ALENo No 7 and 9 Hanover Place Placenorthwest PlaceIi 44 h northwest twostory and cellar c fill ar nearly nearlynaw nearlyJ nearlyflaw < Ii J t new 6 rooms and bath all modern 1m 1mrovemeats 1mc imi imrovenients c rovemeats Nice location and convenient convenientto b i k to two oar lines Price 73200 3200 or will ex exchange erP exchange ¬ P j4t changeJ changeWe change changeWe J iru We have also some nlee twostory brick brickhouses orIckiIWI brickhouses houses In Patterson 8t 6 ropms ro + ms and bath bathwhich bathti bathwhich ti iIWI ttr which we can sell for 82200 Call at office officefor orneeH H y for number and permit to examine examineFOB examinet examineFOR t I FOB BALE BALEA A fine corner In Southwest SouthwestWashington aouthwesti i t c r Washington No No900E No900 > 900J3 St S W V can be beconverted berUt bei rUt i L converted Into st...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 19 April 1902

v i 1 Ary v vi i IL ILo 1 1IF IF IFITT o taYantZ a Ga 1 L i c < < LOUP ii I IIJi SPAPER IJi 1 a aVOL YL X NO2 NO tV WASIIINGTON ASJL1L ITT TGT0 1 1Ii1 D c APRIL 19 1902 PRICE PI > ICE FIVE CENTS CE TS s + THE SPIRIT OF DIANE DIANEBRUCE DIANEBRUCE DIANEBRUCE BRUCE GRIT REVIEWS DUR DURHAMS DURHAMS DURHAMS HAMS GREAT NOVEL NOVELThe NOVELThe NOVELThe The Thread of 1Sh She Story and Some SomeNoted SomeNoted SomeNoted Noted Characters That Point a Moral MoralGraphic M oral oralGraphlc oralGraphic Graphic Pert Per Pictures of Haitian Life LifePresident LlfeProsldent LifePresident President Hypolltes Prototype In Flc FlcThe FlctI FIction tI tion 0 n nThe r > > j jThe + > The Hon John J olm S Durham former formerminister formerminister formerminister minister to Haiti has added another anotherlaurel anotherlaurel anotherlaurel laurel to his fame as a writer by con contributing contributing contributing ¬ tributing to Lippinotts Magazine for forApril forApril forApril April ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 19 April 1902

s 1 1I I c F FI I i L s j I li iii iiil l l Ii l 1 1I c I l ii f Ti 1 YL X T NO2 1 T 0 V 2WASLLINGT0ND ASlIINGTO D c APRIL 19 1902 PRICE Pl ICE FIVE CELTS E TS TSYL h THE SPIRIT OF DIANE DIANEBRUCE DIANEBRUCE DIANEBRUCE BRUCE GRIT REVIEWS DUR DURHAMS DURHAMS OURHAMS HAMS GREAT NOVEL NOVELThe NOVELThe NOVELThe The Thread of I She Story and Some SomeNoted SorneNoted SomeNoted Noted Characters Tha That t Point a Moral MoraIGra MoralGrapKlcPen M oral oralGraphlc GrapKlcPen Graphlc Gra phic Pen Pictures of I HaItian Life LifePresident LlfePresident LifePresident President Hypolltos PrototyPO In Flc FlcThe Flctlon Fiction tlon tlonThe 5 5The + The Hon John S Durham former formerminister formerminister formerminister minister minister to Haiti has added another anotherlaurel anotherlaurel anotherlaurel laurel to his fame as a writer by contributing con contributing contributing ¬ tributing to Lippinotts Magazine for forApril forApril forApril April a complete novel which appears appearsin ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 19 April 1902

< u C Cj f t j x J 2 THE COLORED COLOREDI I AMERICAN A W ASHI1SGTON ASlI NGTON D e l IJ ASSUR ASSURANCES LACES OF AID AIDdLe AIDeadind dLe eadind c lnll Women of Washington WashlngtonEndorse WashingtonEndorse Endorse the Great Movement MovementPlanned MovementPlanned Planned by Miss iss Burroughs BurroughsLcmisville Louisville Ky April 10 1902Since 1902Sincewe 0 we have made known our intention to toorganize toorganize organize the Baptist women of Wash Washington Vashington ington for the purpose of enlisting them themin themin in our educational and missionary work workmany workmany many of our friends prominent in the thereligious thereligious religious affairs of the District have I u uMrs j Mrs Julia Mason Layton Laytonwritten Laytonwritten written us pledging us their help and andprayers andprayers prayers prayersMiss 3 Miss Louise Peehles writes as fol follows 4 lows Yours received and I hastily hastilywrite hastilywrite FL write to say that I will sign a call to toorganiz...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 19 April 1902

jr THECOLOEED THE T OOLORED AMEBICAST A1rE A IcANVASDTNGTON WASHINGTON D C 3 2 + 2e 222cr 2r2 2 2 2 ° 2 22 + ag + a2e a2eTIIE E THEMANONTHECORNER THEMANONTHECORNERDishes TIIE MAN O N TIIECORNER k Dishes Up Food For Every Palate Pen Pictureof Picture Pictureof Picturecif of Asburys New Pastor PastorPraises Praises a a Poet and De Denoxmces Denounces c flounces Literary Nuisances and Mass Meeting t4 x Frauds v v < < v v e heres a chie among among ye takin ntes ntesSome ntcsme ntestiume Some me inquisitive friend asked me the theher the1lr theher her 1lr day how I selected the texts fory for forweekly foriY iY y > weekly remarks The question was waspertinent wasIatinent waslertinent pertinent one and the answer may be beiriefed bejriefed bei iriefed i for your benefit without vio vioiing vioIing viothe iing the canons of good taste A wri wrir r 1 aims aims to prepare his = stuff tuff in about aboutic aboutway aboutway ic way a shrewd boardinghouse boardin house keep keepcr cr ...

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. — 19 April 1902

r n ni ntU t l i tU 4 THE LHECOLOREDAMF COLORED AMERICAN ICANWASJIIJSGTON WASHT WASUINGt1TON GKTOK D T > C r T TYP G xL NEGRO ACTOR ACTORWhat ACTORWhat ACTORWhat What Comedian Ben Hunn Has HasDone HasDone 7 Done for 1She o e Elevation of Ne Negroes NeI Negroes ¬ groes in T5he Theatrical l Profes Profession Profession Profession sion Ranks With T5he best bestA bestf bestA bestA f I A performer who has been making makingthe makingf makingthe f the people of America laugh and grow growfat growt growfat fat for twenty years is Mr Ben BenHunn BenHu BenHunn t Hunn Hu m He belongs however to the thevounger theounger theyounger younger class of comedians who were werewise wereI wereI I wise enough to enter the door do or Qf Q popular popularfavor popularfavor popularfai I fai favor or opened so auspiciously in the long longaero longago longago ago by such artists as Sam Lucas Billy BillyJjCersands BillyJ Billyhersands JjCersands J ersands and Tom f m McIntosh improv improving imprOmg imp...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 19 April 1902

JI I ItJ tJ CLOT3 L R1ID AJ A 11ii11tt fTCgSTGriOl ICASt A1t W ASIitNQT N n C 5 I = TV R A vV A Y f I Such Scenes Would Not Be if the Negro Would Concentrate His Capital ano anaBuild anoBuild anoBuild Build Theaters of His Own Dr Shepard in Town TownDr ToVVnDr TownDr Dr James E Shepard of Raleigh RaleighN N C well known by reason of hieconnection his hisconnection hisconnectlon connection with the office of the Re Recorder Recorder Recorder ¬ corder of Deeds is In town shaking shakinghanda shakingband shakinghands band with friends He is looking well welland welland welland and evidently his duties in the internal internalrevenue internalIeVEnUe internalrevenue revenue service s tvice are as conducive to togood togood o ogood good heahh as flattering prospects for fora fora fora a congressional nomination Dr Shepaid Shep Shepard Shepard ard will address the Second BaptistLyceum Baptist BaptistLyceum BaptIstJlyceum Lyceum tomorrow afceruoon at 330 330oclock 330oclook 330oclock oclock...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 19 April 1902

1 T Jji f Vr VrlL < lL 1 1I 1tt > 1 I tt I 6 THE COLORED AMERICAN A RICAN WASHINGTON WAS11 NGT01 D C s 0 + 1J o oE 0 O E OLI ICAL ICALOR OR CC E r We Ve have lived too long to be greatly greatlysurprised greatlysurprised greatlysurprised surprised at very cry many things and rc realize rcalize rcalize alize that in this age of abnormal de development dcvelopment development ¬ velopment there are multitudes of con conceptions conc conceptions ¬ achievements not dreamed dreamedof ceptions c < < ptions and of in the philosophy of Horatio Busi Business Business Business ¬ ness is business and every man has a aright aright aright right to attend to his business after his hisown hisown hisown own fashion fashionprOided provided he does no pub public public public ¬ lic harm or refrains from interfering interferingwith interferingwith interferingwith with the natural rights of another fel fellow fellow fellow ¬ low citizen citizenBut citizenBut citizenBut But when one Charles F...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 19 April 1902

4 4CLO1nEI f fi THE COLORED AMERICAN Ai A n atICAN WASBGOrGTOK D C 1 t i Lifle j Ule AA14f19cAq 0ICANJ rillCAlfOLOllfll OLOllfll 4I4AL The best servant makes the best mae maeBa malter maet ter t er Ba abl l to look a policeman pquartly pquartlyin pqllan Iy Iyin in the eye eyeThere eyeThere eyeThere There are worse nings i than being beingout beingout beingout out of a government overDment J > b bHearsay bHearsay bHearsay Hearsay is a weapon that is applied appliedonly appliedonly appliedonly only to the victims back backDont backDonlt backDont Dont get exoiied Work steadily steadilythoughtfully steadilythoughtfully steadilythoughtfully thoughtfully and oatlently oatlentlyNo tlathmtlyNo natlentlyNo No one black or white can be in injured Injured injured ¬ jured by the right kind of education educationPeople e educationPeople UC tion tionPeople People who talk too much have no notime notime notime time to think thoughts and do thing thingsPatadoxicsl thingPaindoxicsl thingE3PaJadox...

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. — 19 April 1902

r j S T lillCOLORED COLORED AM111EICAN AM1 I ICAN WASHINGTON D 00 C = I t7 1 H be e Gl < bolored lored 1lu1ericaQ 1lu1ericaQPubl1Shec1 illericarI I Publ1Shec1 by rHs B CaLoBBD Ax1mIOAl Pub Publlab1hg Publiabtg llab1hg Company CempanyNATIONAL CompanyNATIONAL NATIONAL NEGRO NEWSPAPERPnbllahed NEWSPAPER NEWSPAPERPubUlhec1lVery PubUlhec1lVery Pnbllahed every Saturday at 59 9 0 81 N W WWashington WWashington Washington D C C8UB80R1PTION CI 8UB80R1PTION I RATES RATESOne RATESOne One year 200 200SlxmonthfJ 200Six SlxmonthfJ Six months 110 110Three 110Three Three months 60 60LNV 00LNV LNV BIABLY IN ADVANOE ADVANOEduborlptiona ADV ANOE ANOESnbcrlpUona SnbcrlpUona may De sent Dy postotDce postotDcemoney poatofliomoney money order express or by reglsteredletter reglsteredletterAll registered letter letterAll All coPOmunlcatlong for publication should shouldbe shouldbe be accompanied with the name of the writer wrlterot 14 lot ot necefisarlIy nece aarily for PubI1catlon public tlon bu but as...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 19 April 1902

< a 1HM COLORED AMERICAN A WASHINGTON WAS1EIT TGTON D DO C Ii ROOSEVELT PRAISED PRAISEDLawyer PRAISEDLawyer PRAISEDLawyer Lawyer Johnsons Eulogy Prior Priorto Pric Pricto to TSAe Dearth of McKinley McKinleyPresident McKinleyPresident McKinleypresident President a end nd the South The TheLoca1 TheLoc Th ThLocal Local Loc l News Budget BudgetAtlanta BudgetAtlanta BudgetAtlanta Atlanta Ga Special Sp SpecialThe clal1he The remains remainsof remainof of Joseph Murray urIay arrived here last lastWedneadny lastWe las lasWednesday Wednesday We need y frrih fri rir Pittabarg Penn P nn and andere andere an anwere were ere taken to the tuneral parlors of L LL LL I IL L Loe Mr Murray was related to on onofuurmost onot onof families The re remains remalnB rEnalns ¬ ofuurmost ot our most popuar mains were interred at Grantville GaMr Ga GaMr G1Mr Mr George G orge Daley an old and nopu nopularcit DOpUiar nopulair nof ot Atlanta All inta after an Ji ess essfor es esfor S9 S9tor larcit lair tit cl...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 19 April 1902

cc c r Y t ltL 4 o i 4 4tJ l tJ j jt Ii 10 THE COLD COLORED LLD AMEBTCA3T TCA1T ASBINGTON W D C t 4 i A COLORED CROESUS CROESUSRemarkable CROESUSRemarkable 7 7Xs Xs Remarkable Career of a a NegroWho Negro NegroWho NegroWho Who Had Amassed a Fortune of ofTwo ifTwo ofTwo Two Million Dollars DollarsA A striking evidence of the capacity of ofthe ofthc ofthe the Negro to acquire wealth by thrift thriftand thriftand thriftand and economy is found in the successful successfulcareer successfulcareer successfuli i career of Colonel John J olm McKee who died dieda a few days ago in PhiladelohiaHe Philadelphia PhiladelphiaHe + He was one of the wealthiest colored coloredmen coloredmen coloredmen men in Philadelphia if not in the couptry coun country country ¬ try At one time he owned more than 1000000 acres of land and his estate estateis estatcis estateis is said to be valued between 1500000 1500000and I ooooo oooooand and 2000000 2000000Colonel 2000000Colonel 2000000Colonel I Colonel McKee w...

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