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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 June 1927
‘ He tilled ~ a small bag with it , his present hunger no doubt made him extravagant , _and ~ then he ambled on down to Josh ’ s . Where ’ s you Paw , my boy ? he , asked _Joish’s so n . Out burying Aint P ’ atsy ‘ n her little boy , answered t’he youngster . All right , hurry _~ ‘ p and fix up my order . There was a large and heavy ‘ box _full of ~ tuff to be carried back when he had ceased buying : Ten dollars ! Say boy ,, ‘ bring th’at stuff along with me . i ’ m a poor old man , he said , scratching . Ain ’t as strong as I used to ‘ be . Cain ’t leave till the ol’ man gits ‘ back . Then , smoothly , You c ’ n pay now ‘ n I’ll bring it _u’p soon ’ s as he gits back . it took old Spence a long time to surrender his precious gold on _t’hose terms . He took out of the box a piece of cheese and a couple of crackers to sort of stay his stomach until the kid should ‘ bring the rest of the stuff up home , for . he _‘ _~ ‘ as very hungry now , and left , scratching , It was three o ’ clo...
Page 18 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 June 1927
ATLAS PORTLAND CEMENT The Standard by which all other Makes are ‘ measured ICE — COAL — LUMBER BUILDING SUPPLIES FEED ‘ FERTILIZER Passmo re Supply Co Oxford , Pa . Avondale , Pa 200 —Phones— 144 W . P . Mercer DRY GOODS GROCERIES _Aget t for Staten Island Dyers Bell Phone 89 Unicorn Block , Kenne t t Sq ’ . Pa . We Buy Ant iques of Every Description ~ F . L . MAULE WATCHMAKER &amp; JEWELER S . 3 rd ST ., OXFORD , PA . HAR ’RY SANTIROCCO TAILORING CLEANING , PRESSING , REPAIRING South Third St . Oxford , Pa . P I ES , SANDW I CHES , COFFEE , HOME-MADE CAKE , HAM , EGGS HOT DOGS MEALS SERVED : Chicken , Roa 5 t Pork MRS . LOTTIE WILSON ‘ Lincoln Univer sity , Pa .
Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 June 1927
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Page 20 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 June 1927
LINC OLN The Oldest Institution in the United States for the U ‘ Higher Education of Colored Youth NIVER SITY ‘ : ‘ ‘ ‘ ‘ OFFERS _. ~ UP-TO-DATE COURS _ES-.-OF _- _- ~~~~~ Founded 1854 ,,, , INSTRU ~ TION ~ UNDER COMPETENT PROFESSORS . ’ AND INSTRUCTORS . ‘ ‘ FOR I NFORMATION , ADDRESS : ‘ ‘ DEAN OF THE COLLEGE . JANCOLN UNIVERSITY P . 0 ., PENMA . IDEAL SER VICE Home Cooking at the Newly Opened Ridge , cafe’ and Restaurant 1840 Rid ge’ Avenue _Ph _11 ade 1 ph ~ a , Penna . _, ‘ , _~ _si’L _’ _ ‘ , _; _~ _, _4 , _J , _~ - _, _-,- _- _‘ _~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ‘ _~ - _~~ . , --. OUR SPECIAL C , URED : ’’ ’HAM AND BACON Pure Kettle _Rendered ‘ Lard I C E : Made From Filtered Well Water ‘ PUSEY ‘ &amp; JO NES . C OMPANY PHONE WEST GROVE _‘ 126 ’ R’ 2 ~~
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1927
LINCOLN UNIVERSITY FOUNDED _1854 The Oldest Institution in the United States for the Higher Education of Colored Youth OFFERS A THOROUGH COURSE OF INSTRUCTIO N UN DER A COMPE T E N T CORPS OF PROFESSORS AND ASSISTANTS _-- FITTING MEN FOR BUSINESS OR TH E PROFESSIONS OR _INFOR MA T IO N , ADDRESS DEAN OF THE COLI . EGE , LINCOLN UNIVERSITY P . 0 ., PENNSYLVANIA Practise Economy Buy All Your Needs at Lowest Prices The Walke r Dru g Co The Stor e of Co u rtesy Cut Rate Druggist . 1417 S . St . Philadelphia , Pa Mc Cu llough ’ s Dr ug Store We always app recia Le and _end eavor to _lake good care of the tra _d e of _Lincolii _Univei sity . 7 South Third Street OXFORD , PA . COME ! S TOP ! AND SEE Cur Complet e Line of Men ’ s Furnish ings Beautiful Assortment of Fancy Dress Shirts , Hose ., Pants , Slickers , Lumber Jackets Neckwear , Sweaters , Caps , Pajamas , Dress Gloves EACH MAKES AN IDEAL GIFT FOR XMAS ’FRANK S ECO NOMY STO RE 318 MARKET STREET OXFORD , PENNA
THE INAUGURA TI ON [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1927
THE INAUGURA TI ON On October 20 , the pluvial atmosphere made a procession from the library to Livingstone Hall impossible . If the elements were not so hostile , on e coul d behold the _sp _lendlor of a procession of celebrities , cloaked in the garments of erudition , colors distinguishing their varied degrees . _In Living _. _stone Hall which was decorated by Mr . Boothby ( and that mean s it was beautifully decorated ) , were gathe red on ‘ ts platform , guests , speakers and our venerable Alumni . The Reverend W . C . Robinson , D . D ., Delhi , New York , Vice-Pres-ident of the Board of Trustees , presided . After the invocation , the Glee Club rendered a selection that brought a thunder - ous applause . Our first speaker was the renowned Dr . Robert Moton , princi pal of Tuskegee Institute , Alabama . Throughout his address he was interrupted by applauses as he gave the history and achievements of Lincoln University in the higher education of the . Negro . race , linking our...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1927
REV _, JOHN MILI . ER I ) ICKEY Founder of Lincoln University LINE ‘ OF PRESIDENTS 1857— ~ Rev _. John Pyrn _Carter , 1860—Rev . John Wynne Martin , D . D . _1865 _’ _— ~ Rev . Isaac N . _RendaU , D _. D . 190 _G’ — ~ Rev . John B . Rendall , D . D . _1927—iRev . William Hallock Johnson , D . D
What Is a Chr istian College ? By Rev . William Hallock Johnso n , D . D ., President of Lincoln Univer sity [Newspaper Article] — Lincoln News — 1 November 1927
What Is a Chr istian College ? By Rev . William Hallock Johnso n , D . D ., President of Lincoln Univer sity ( An address delivere d in connection with the Log College Ann iversary ) . ? It , used to be said that as go the colleges so will go the country ; and this _is emphaticall y true to-day , when nearly every college in th ~ land is _ovenwhelmed with applicants for admission , and t ~ e college population is growing by leaps and bounds . Our leading corporations are more and more turning to college graduates in their quest for men and women to fill executive positions and the young people of America who are ambitious for business success , standing in the community , and social prestige see written over the portals of our colleges the legend All hope abandon , ye cannot enter here . It would be as easy to control the Mississi ppi flood as to stop the movement of the youth of our land toward college walls . The opportunity and responsibility of the Christian college were never g...