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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cayton's weekly. — 22 May 1920

2 IM^S^s9SS^.<3°c>c>^6ll Insist on Gold Shield—The Coffee That's "ALWAYS" Good Roasted, Packed and Guaranteed by SCHWABACHER BROS. & CO., INC. Seattle's Oldest Business House TWO THOUSAND JOBS On Seattle Waterfront LONGSHOREMEN $ .90 per hour $7.20 per eight-hour day $1.35 per hour overtime TRUCKERS $ .80 per hour $6.40 per eig-ht-hour day $1.20 per hour overtime After eight hfurs and for all time on Sundays and Holidays we pay overtime rate APPLY BARGE, Foot of Madison or 94 Spring St., Seattle WATERFRONT EMPLOYERS UNION Quality, Satisfaction, Service Phone Elliott 4377 EVERYTHING IN MUSIC Third and University Seattle P. FRAZIER REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE, Loans and Collections 316 PACIFIC BLOCK SEATTLE, WASH. Phone Main 4554 CAYTON'S WEEKLY Gateway Printing Co. PRINTERS Phone Elliott 1666 Collins Building Seattle Charming Style Double Wear HOLE PROOF HOSIERY FOR MEN AND WOMEN SOLE AGENTS PUGET SOUND POWER & LIGHT COMPANY ELECTRIC BUILDING HENRY BUILDING 2021 VERNON PL...

Publication Title: Cayton's Weekly
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cayton's weekly. — 22 May 1920

May 22. 1910 HARRY S. JAMES Architect of New Church CA V T OX'S W EEKL V THE BUILDING COMMITTEE Mt. Zlon Baptist Church E. B. JAMES Superintendent of Construction 3

Publication Title: Cayton's Weekly
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cayton's weekly. — 22 May 1920

4 IS. I. STEBBXNS W . R . STEBBINS E. I. STEBBINS & CO. SANITARY PLUMBING, HEATING AND GAS FITTING Telephones: Beacon 659—Res. East 3000 1017 JACKSON ST. SEATTLE CARROLL'S JEWELRY STORE DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY Fine Watch Repairing 323 Pike St., Seattle Phone Main 4749 NEW WAY CAFE TATIO & PALMER, Props. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Regular Tray Service 1216 Jackson St. PACIFIC COAST STEEL CO. I'lant and Works at Youngstown William Pig-oft, President, and W. S. Burt, Secretary Give Employment to Colored Labor SEATTLE, WASH. PUGET SOUND SHEET METAL WORKS Sheet Metal Work and Roofing-, Duraflex and Monolite Flooring 1 Metal and Gravel Roofs SEATTLE, WASH. PURCELL SAFE CO. Higrh Grade Safes at Very Reasonable Rates F. F. PURCELI., Oen. Mgr. CA V TON 'X WKR XL V THE PULLMAN CAFE Gives Good Eats with Quick and Courteous Service Dinner Parties Given Particular Attention Boxes For Ladies Never Sleep 120 JACKSON STREET Cakes, Fies, Cookies and all Manner Sweet Thing's Prepared and Phone Beacon 11...

Publication Title: Cayton's Weekly
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cayton's weekly. — 22 May 1920

.May 2-1. 1910 THE NEW CHURCH This souvenir number of Cayton's Weekly is issued for and in the interest of the Mt. Zion Baptist Church of Seattle, Washington, which organization is causing to be erected a new house of worship and a club house in connection therewith, which club house will be fitted up for the boys, youths and young men of the community without regard to religious creed. The corner stone of said church edifice is to be laid May 23rd, 1920, under the auspices of the Grand Lodge of the A. P. and A. M". of Washington and .Jurisdiction, pictures of both church and club house appearing as a frontis piece hereof. The church edifice as planned and now far under construction, will cost approximately $35,000 and the lot and club house are valued at $10,000, thus giving the whole, when completed, an actual value of $45,000. This new church site is beautifully located on one of the principal streets of the city running from Sound to Lake, in one of its high class residential se...

Publication Title: Cayton's Weekly
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cayton's weekly. — 22 May 1920

G CRESCENT BAKING POWDER DOUBLE ACTING —makes the housewife's tasks easier— You don't have to Ret up so early if you use Crescent because you can mix your biscuits the night before and bake them in the morning. Mix cake in the morning to bake any time of the clay. g^g**=^g^Bgji Crescent Double Action means double insurance W^MmQ^Q success W, AIiISIEJIU ' ""' leavenir| K agent raises in the cold dough. I BSffliM'^ltLM The second leavening agent raises in the oven. fejjjjffljj^[ USE CRESCENT and BE SURE J**^ BP 440 STOREY GARAGE AND MOTOR CO. 1658 20th Avenue EXPERT REPAIRING—ACCESSORIES CARS WASHED AND POUCHED ST. MARIE FUEL CO. WE GIVE SERVICE I 1709 19th Aye. East 366 PIANOS AND VICTROI>AS SHERMAN CLAY & CO. THIRD & PINE YOUNG'S STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES 1900 East Madison Phone East 425 May Your New Mome Be a Monument of Success C A YTON 'S WEEK L V IDEAL PHARMACY 14th Aye. at Madison STYLISH CLOTHING FOB MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN GATLEY'S CREDIT CLOTHING Co. 1113 Third A...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cayton's weekly. — 22 May 1920

May 22. 1010 Bro. Anderson in the year 1980, and in this he was assisted by the Rev. Geo. J. Burchett, who was then pastor of the First Baptist Church of this city. Deacon John C. Keith and other members of the First Church gave material aid to the Rev. Anderson and the few people who were then interested in the establishment of a Negro Baptist Church in Seattle. The Fii'st Baptist Church donated the use of a store room which was then located near the corner of 14th and Madison for church and Sunday School pur poses. The Baptists who were most interested in the work at that time were R. A. Clark, Robt. W. Butler. Mrs. Braxston, Mrs. Edmunds, W. 11. Teenier, Mr. and Mrs. Sheppard and others whose names are not at present available. Some time later the place of meeting was moved to the old University ground on 4th and University, where the Cobb building now stands. It was while services were being held at this place that Rev. Cal. Williams came from some place in Askansas and took cha...

Publication Title: Cayton's Weekly
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cayton's weekly. — 22 May 1920

8 Office Phone Main 4554 Res. Phone East 8410 CLARENCE R. ANDERSON Attorney At Law 316 PACIFIC BLOCK SEATTLE, WASH. H. LEGG, Prop. W. H. BANKS, Mgr. Phones Beacon 505-506 ALHAMBRA CASH GROCERY GROCERIES, VEGETABLES & FRUITS IN SEASON 1201-1203 JACKSON ST. SEATTLE, WASH. ROYAL FURNITURE CO. E. J. PORTER, Prop. NEW AND USED FURNITURE Bought, Sold and Exchanged 12th Aye. & King St. Phone Beacon 3541 Phones: Main 3026—Residence, East 3765 ED. F. WHITE MERCHANT TAILOR 315-16-17 L. C. Smith Bldg. Seattle FOOTWEAR FOR MEN PACKARD SHOE STORE H. E. JERGENS & SON 917 FIRST AVENUE SEATTLE, WASH. Phone Main 838 Open from 9 A. M. to 6 P. M. Open Night by Appointment POWDER PUFF BEAUTY PARLOR VARLACK & WHITE HAIRDRESSING, MANICURING AND SCALP TREATMENT Phone East 8221 —Evenings East 5178 2326 EAST MADISON ST. SEATTLE, WASH. CAYTON "S W EKKLY FEDERAL SHOE REPAIRING CO. 1407 THIRD AYE., BET. FIXE AND UNION OUR SPECIALTT WORK DONE WHILE YOU WAIT Phone Main 2739 Seattle GOODS DELIVERE...

Publication Title: Cayton's Weekly
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Cayton's weekly. — 22 May 1920

May 22. l!U0 equipped for a parsonage and h club house for 11k 1 young boys of the city. The new church building is fifty-three feet wide and eighty-seven feet lon^ with a seating capacity of about seven hundred. It is well equip ped with ladies' parlor, choir room, baptistry, ladies and gents dressing rooms, pastor's study and gallery. The basement is equipped with every thing necessary to make it a modern workshop for the Sunday School, this prop erty is an evidence of the church pride of its members and race in general of Seattle. It is valued at #45,000, and bespeaks the sacrifices made by the members and friends. MEMBERS RECEIVED INTO THE CHURCH Anderson, J. W. Armstrong, Calvin Adams, E. Asberry, Edward Anderson, W. X. Allen, J. E. Brewster, David Beatty, Sylvester Blackwell, George Britton, Wm. J. Berry, Edward Buxton, S. E. Brown, Sam Bell, George Brown, M. W. Brown, J. Beasley, Bennie Bell, R. W. Browning, ('has. L. Carter, Rev. W. I). Case, John Casmon, W. W. Coleman, Newt...

Publication Title: Cayton's Weekly
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Cayton's weekly. — 22 May 1920

10 Bell, Mrs. Minnie Britton, Mrs. Mabel Buxton, Mrs. S. E. Brown, Mrs. Effie Bell, Miss Lucy Bell, Mrs. 11. C. Branham, Miss Wilma Bryant, Mrs. A. G. Burton, Mrs. Susie Buford, Miss Marjorie Brown, Mrs. Bertha Bird, Mrs. Rosa Bufford, Miss Louise Barnes, Mrs. Emma Beach, Mrs. Will Banks, Mrs. W. IT. Brown, Mrs. Annie Booker, Mrs. Maggie Brooks, Miss Willie May Broy, Mrs. Mattie Carter, Mrs. W. D. Clark, Mrs. R. A. Chandler, Mrs. Lydia (( {iso, Mrs. Susie Casmon, Mrs. Josephine Col einan, Mrs. N. Campbell, Mrs. 11. Buford, Mrs. L. Bufford, Louise Coleman, Mrs. Annie Clark, Miss Theodosia Chandler, Mrs. Francis Chainey, Mrs. Mabel Chainey, Miss Vivian Coleman, Miss Elsie Covington, Mrs. Ida Callaway, Mrs. Lula Coleman, Miss Elva Desjournette, Mrs. Wm. Desjournette, Miss Ilattie Dunbar, Mrs. S. J. Donegan, Mrs. Julai Davis, Mrs. Elvira Dunlap, Mrs. Melissa Desjournette, Miss Naomi Douthward, Mrs. Mattie Despinasse, Mrs. A. B. C A YTOX'S WEE XL V Davis, Mrs. H. H. Doneson, Mrs. Edna Ev...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Cayton's weekly. — 22 May 1920

May 22. 1010 CHURCH ROSTER Rev. W. 1). Carter, D.I) Pastor W. W. Casmon Clerk Harvey Chandler Treasurer Mrs. W. W. Casmon Organist Mrs. Estella Jackson Musical Directress C. Erickson Janitor Charter members now living: K. A. Clark Mrs. R. A. Clark SERVICES 10:45 A. M., 7:45 I. M. Prayer Meeting each Wednesday Evening. Sunday School, 12:30 P.M. B. Y. P. U., 6 :45 P. M. Missionary Society, 2nd and 4tli Fridays. Unity Workers, Ist and 3rd Fridays. Progressive Workers, each Sunday. Business Meetings, Friday before first Sunday in July. Oct., -Jan. and April. SUNDAY SCHOOL Mrs. W. D. Carter Superintendent W. W. Casmon and Timothy Tillman Assistants Miss Alberta Wilson Secretary Miss Ruth Williams Assistant Secretary Miss Theo Clark Treasurer Mrs. W. W. Casmon Organist E. Berry and Timothy Tillman Librarians Mrs. Geo. Bell Supt. Primary Department Mrs. Annie Coleman Supt. Jr. Department BAPTIST YOUNG PEOPLES' UNION Sampson Valley President W. W. Casmon Vice-President Miss Rebecca Scott Se...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Cayton's weekly. — 22 May 1920

12 are still iii existence with large and progressive member ships. The Second Colored and the Osgeechee Colored Baptist Churches were constituted from the membershsip of the First African Baptist Church of Savannah, Oa. In 1805 the Joy Street Baptist Church, Boston, .Mass., was constituted; in 1808, the Abyssinian Baptist Church of New York City and in 1809, the First African Church of Philadelphia was organized, making the first churches in the North. Colored Baptists had multiplied in the South, hut. not having any eccelesiastical organization, their history is somewhat fragmentary. The First Baptist Church of Washington, I). (\, was organized in 1802, corner IJ)th and I Streets, N. W. Many colored people were members of this congregation. In IS.'W the congregation removed to 10th St., N. W., and the colored members were encour aged to continue in the old building. They organized in 1839 as the 19th St. Baptist Church and the building passed into their bands. Many colored churche...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Cayton's weekly. — 22 May 1920

May 22. 1910 iii Mission work in the United States of America; and tlio National Educational Convention, which has soughi to look after the educational interest, thai the interests of the Kingdom of God require, the several bodies above named, should and do now unite in one body. The object of this Convention shall be. to do Mission work in the United States of America, in Africa, and elsewhere abroad, and to foster the cause of education." All colored Baptists co-operate with the National Baptist Convention, which has raised since 1895 $3,500, --00(1. Colored Baptists do Home Mission work, through the Home Mission Board of the National Baptist Convention located at Little Hock, Ark. This board co-operates with the Southern Baptist Convention, they support 76 Missionaries and collected $37,628.30. Their field is North America, but their operations have been confined chiefly to the Southern states. The Home Mission Board operates the largest and best equipped Sunday School Publishing...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Cayton's weekly. — 22 May 1920

14 While comparisons are more op less odious, yet a brief comparison between the colored man and the .Japan ese living in Seattle at this time might more fully il lustrate the point at issue. In Seattle there are about 8,000 Japanese—.just two thousand more than colored citizens—and while the figures as to the actual number of Japanese engaged in commercial enterprises in this city are not at hand, yet it is quite safe to say that there are not less than :*,()()() distinct business firms under control of and directed by Japanese, and among them are six banks. Twenty-five years ago there were not to exceed twenty .Japanese business concerns in Seattle, but their business concerns have kept pace with the growth of the city in the way of increase in numbers. While it is alleged that the success of the .Japanese lies in the whole standing together, yet this is doubted as there are not enough Japanese here to maintain a hun dredth part of so large a volume of busness. Tn the commercial w...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Cayton's weekly. — 22 May 1920

May -It, lit 10 in the city. Jt has an extensive plant made up <>!' rare cut tflass, silver, and china wares, linens and other necessary articles. Jt is just as qualified to serve a thousand as a baker's dozen. The Laurel Apartments, owned by Mrs. Susie Revels Cayton, but under lease, is a valuable investment with splendid returns. It is well located and continues to in ha nee in value. Clarence R. Anderson is one of Seattle's very suc cessful attorneys and a heavy investor in her realty. Dr. David T. Cardwell is a highly successful phy sician and surgeon and has an extensive practice. Dr. Charles F. Maxwell has practiced medicine and surgery in the city for a number of years and has made a brilliant success. The Searchlight, a weekly paper, owned and oper ated by Samuel P. Deßow, has a splendid circulation. The Buffalo Hosiery Company was and is doing a thriving business. It is operated by Hall & Hawkins. Noy Pierson is the proprietor of a well patronized tonaorial empori...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Cayton's weekly. — 22 May 1920

16 Seattle's foreign and domestic trade, 1919. $750, --071,907. Seattle's wharves, 101 acres; spur track capacity 2,000 cars. Seattle's annual industrial payroll, approximately $200,000,000. Seattle is the yongesi metropolitan city in the United States. Seattle's annual rainfall is 32.78 inches: New York's 44.0: Boston's 4:U. Seattle has the lowest death rate of any large city in the world—(>.B last year. Seattle's annual average temperature is 52.2 and is the most equable in the United States. Over 100 vessels, 400 feet lon<r, can be berthed simul taneously at Seattle's piers, and 60,000 tons of merchan dise loaded in 24 hours. Seattle is the market place for Alaska, which has more gold than California; more copper than Michigan and Arizona combined; more coal than Pennsylvania; ricest fisheries in the world; 60,000 square miles of ag ricultural land and a total area equal to Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Holland, Belgium and Finland, in same lati tude, and capable of supoprting a...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Cayton's weekly. — 22 May 1920

.May 22, lit Xl Mechanical handling devices along Seattle's water front have combined lifting capacity of 3,750 lons. Two thousand miles of Pugei Sound shoreline is in intimate daily trade relations with Seattle by a fleet of steamers. According to survey by Reed College, Portland, Ore, Seattle is first among American cities in all essentials of urban life. Seattle's dock and cargo handling facilities cost over $20,000,000 and are unequalled on the Coast. Seattle is two days' sailing nearer the Orient than are California ports and has a shorter rail haul to At lantic seaboard. Washington lias one-fifth of the potential water power of the tuition: Seattle lias the cheapest hydro electric power in the country. Owing to its year 'round mild climate Seattle prov ed in competition, that is has 'JO per cent advantage over the East in manufacturing costs. Seattle is center of largest standing timber area <>n the continent. Output of Washington in 1!)1S. 4.(i(>.'{. --123,000 feet o...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Cayton's weekly. — 22 May 1920

IS THE Y. W. C. A. (Branch) Under the leadership of Mrs. W. I). Carter, wife of the Pastor of the Mt. Zion Baptist Church of Seattle, a branch of the Young Women's Christian Association was organized in Seattle and after much hard work a home was finally secured and a picture of the same with some of the members of the same is herewith presented. Mrs. Carter and those associated with her have battled nobly for the success of this branch and they rejoice in the fact that success for them now seems eminent. In the photograph Mrs. Carter may be seen at the head of the list. The First African Methodist Episcopal Church was thro first religious denomination established in Seattle among her colored nitizens. It is now the proud possessor of a magnificent brick edi fice, the same being well fitted and furnished for church services. It is well located in a residential section and has a large and ever growing membership. The present pastor is the Rev. David A. Graham, I). D. The Grace Presby...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Cayton's weekly. — 22 May 1920

May 22. 1010 ROBERT TAIT HODGE ROBERT TAIT HODGE has been four times elected Sheriff of Kin<r County and once he was a candidate for Governor, and though defeated, yet polled a most flattering vote, lie is now a candidate for the Republican nomination of Sheriff of Kin" 1 County in the September primary election. JOHN WACHTER Will seek the Republican nomination next September for Sheriff of King county. He has lived in Seattle the most of his life and during all that time he has been in business for himself. At present lie is operating a number of drayage trucks, which has given him many opportunities to come in personal contact with the gen eral public and he lias made much of his opportunities. WM. A. GAINES Treasurer of King County, is a candidate to succeed himself and if an office-holder ever merited a re-election Bill Games does and it is here predicted that he will have no opposition in the primary election. MATT STARWICH VA V T OX'S WEEK L V JOHN WACHTEB For eighteen year...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Cayton's weekly. — 22 May 1920

I'll FRED C. BROWN Prosecuting Attorney of Kinj? County, is a candidate to succeed himself, subject to the Republican primaries. FRANK W. HULL Assessor of King 1 County, is a candidate to succeed himself. (J AYTO N' S WE EX L V Deputy Clerk of the Superior Court of Kin" 1 County, is now a candidate for the Re publican nomination for the same position. County Commissioner of Kin^r County from the Third District, is desirous of succeeding himself. GEORGE A. GRANT THOMAS DOBSON May 22, 1910 m

Publication Title: Cayton's Weekly
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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Cayton's weekly. — 22 May 1920

PART TWO O-^^* PRICE FIVE CENTS CAYTON'S WEEKLY Published every Saturday at Seattle, Washington. U. S. A. Subscription $2 per year In advance. HORACE ROSCOE CATTON. .Editor and Publisher Entred as second class matter, August 18, 1916, at the post office at Seattle, Wash., under the Act of March 3rd, 1916. TELEPHONE: BEACON 3579 Office 317 22nd Aye. South TWO COLORED BISHOPS From Dcs Moines, lowa, comes the report that Dr. Robert E. Jones of New Orleans and Dr. Clair of Washington City have been elected bishops of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Both of them are ripe scholars and men of national reputations and have devoted their lives to the uplift of man kind in general and the colored man of the United States in particular. As editor of the Southwestern Christian Advocate of New Orleans, Dr. Jones has demonstrated that he is a man of worth, a ripe scholar and a most worthy citizen, which qualifi cations make of him a splendid subject for the bishopric. Dr. Clair has for many years...

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