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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 9 February 1901

WASHINGTON D G C 14 1 THE COLORED AMERICAN j j I r f ± JJ HJJ H r J r 1 < t Cures CuresInsures C CuresWeakMen ur es f t il ilr i W WeakMen WeakMeni eak Men > i Ce r 1 41 r F Free FreeHome ree reeInsures a = Insures L Love ove ana 541 a nappy n8 n8For Home HomeFor HomeFor For AIL AILHow AILf < 4 How any Dy man may gulch quickly l y cure himself himselfafter hImselfJ himselfafter f after years e r9 of sufleringfrom sufleringtromsem se sel nal ualweakness ualweaknesslost weakn weaknesE weaknesEi s slost J i lost vitality night losses varicocele etc etcand etcand etcand and enlarge en e small wesk organs to lull size s e t114 i a 1 L W KNAPP M D Dand Dand Dand and vigor Simply send your name and address ad addiess addt dress dt SS to Dr L W Knapp 1S11 Hull Bldg BldgL BldgLetrott Y = L Letrott troit Mien ard be will gladly send the thetree UleTee tfeNee tree Tee receipt with fall tt J direction so that any anyman anyman man may easily cure himself at home This Thisis ThJsIs This...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 9 February 1901

w Iw THE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON D a 1 15 in F4 HOWARD HOWARDWashington UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITYWashington UNIVERSITYVasblngton Washington D C CrrT cTEN CT under one hundred hundredT hundredcompetent hundredcompetent T rrT T TEN Competent N distinct dls nct departments professors professors and instructorsTheo instructorsTheoI competent HI I coxnpcicui cal Medical Legal rwili College PedatroeicaL PedatroeicaLflCRev pedagogica pedagogicaPreparatory PedagogicaprepajatOn English Agriculture Agr cul ture Industrial ana analsical an anw Preparatory address addressal w J JRe lsical al Fon Forinformat nformation on flCRev Re Rev J JGgo T E RANKIN D D LI LL 1 D > Preside PresidcstGBO PresideatGEO GBO H SAPFORD S x xvery n Secretary Secretaryjlvery SecretaryJIvery jlvery very College trades tradesALLEGHENY rade radecbool radeSc1ooL Sc1ooL cbool cboolALLEGHENY ALLEGHENYactical ALLEGHENY PA PATailoring P A AA and Industrial Trade TradeSchaol Literary Practical Pr actical A Prt t for COlore...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 9 February 1901

jLL t 4 r i 1 18 THE COLOEED AMERICAN WASHINGTON iF 3 D C CED Co Cou u > = o o I i i 4 is It < 4f JB E NV N T T 11 DEGJEIVE D B B I V E Dal D 4 4t m t C i s TOTHE To THE COLOR OLORED ED PEOPLE PEOP E 9F OF AMERICA A ME MERICAQPiQs ICA ill SIS SISD D 11 lng o all H alP fJ O QPiQs rlOS rlOSZ 7 p f fp ili I Z ZN N Je < a Ii i I Iili < j 1 I s 9lii 9 IIIb III b < 0 0i i i Recognizing the fact that th there re are many man SO CALLED hairgrowers and andi I Y i hairstraighteners F t I now on the market arket and knowing to a certainty certai ty that many man 1 1the of these are frauds pure and sImple we wish to make a stralgh straightforward tfOrVR1d m honest statement to the colored race through this s great paper In Infi y fi F 2 i the t e year 1871 our late ate secretary secretar Mrs S M I Moore through a fortunate fortunateor fi r 3 I cIrcumstance acquIred the receipt for OZONO 1t was not offered for sale 1t A or purchase pur hase to any extent until 1875 when it was put...

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. — 16 February 1901

I I 40 I r I I I I 7 fis4 > i I q II St 1 iiIlGB0i 0 ° ur urNA pNAL NA G14O SAR PE R < r it itVOL J j i iii ii iiVOL > I VOL 8 NO 47 WASHINGTON D 0 SATURDAY SATURD Y FEBRUARY 16 1901 PRICE FIVE CENTS HON Old G M NOBLE NOBLEfJltor NOBLEFitor FJitor of The Southern Voice VoiceA A Strong StrongConservative strongConservative StrongConservative Conservative Young Man Who Figured FiguredProminently FiguredProminently FiguredProminently Prominently in ihe 1 he last la t Campaign CampaignSupporting CanlpaignUrportlng arnpaign arnpaign8u1porting Supporting McKmley M cK nJey in the Face of ofTO ofTr ofTrinX TrinX TO Tr ing Opposition OppositionThe OppositionThe OppositionThe The sur sutj j ct f this tbi sketch was born bornat at Campbell Ala 1874 He wrked wrkedOD w rked rkedon OD the farm until 17 17t nt which age he heentered heentered heentered entered the State Stat e Normal N orma1 School chool Mont Montgome MontAla I ont ontgome gome go neY neYgraduated y Ala From this school h...

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. — 16 February 1901

c i li 2 THE COLORED AMERICA WASHIKTOK WASH ItiGTON IX D CX I if 4 i j + j i r1 n Ij I > I t t The Progress of the Negro Press 1 h w ae Celored le esBJ of tfa tfas Wssamg WssamgD I toes D 1 CIty 3 appeared isst sst Weak in a 1Eaanew braa braajaew new s ew dress ibe e paper r used wss w or orbook ol O nae naefcoos ii e eDCO > book DCO iaate msterhJ a ersi isJ and SI d > its j reading re g c usssfefcsr usssfefcsrogjglasl EIiS niaA niaargi A it argi ogjglasl 3 and nd a ecmtilfceied ntrib s was excep exceptionally eTfI VjIIj VjIIjf VjIIjfar 1A 1As 1Ati8BaDy f ¬ far C s r tionally tli oaaM ttei rateiesiisL nt8Ies ems ag Il l a7ee seems s to toa as asat itst a he be BJ ssea eES of intelligent In e t tgt Negroes t i at II the Be ae coaatry eoaDUV try oacM OB m lofeei lofeeipriie 10 feel DO o little littJel littleiic l JlIi priie iic e IB joorsals pabiisaed hJiQ ed b by j jsseai eoiorEd cokrdf 1 f + sseai m6i T eL e espeeislly es 11y j wiaee w wbe Ee i tie ties tl tfeose3sa B paper...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 16 February 1901

< > THE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON W D C 3 THE THEMARYlAID MABYLAKD lV1Alt lV1Alte PLAT D SCHOOLS SCHOOLSCoiorta SGHOOLSC Coiorta C lona Pedagogues P Pedg Pedgof dgcgues e cgues Have an Annual AnnualMeet Annualteftpljf Meet tiie teftpljf Nt Pi of Ke K y Miller Delvtis De1Vf = lS a aiNumbtr tit iNumbtr t umbtr umb r rttm of Jikquent JiJ Plc < quent Addresses Addresses1 The TheFrcgitm 1 he heF h e Frcgitm F rcgltm ttm fa li DE Detail DetailKoGfcYille tail tailRock KoGfcYille Rock R oct ville Md Ftb 7 Special SpeJslThe SpeJslThecolored The Thecolored Th e colored c school teachers of Montgomery Montgomerycounty Montglmelcount county count y Md assembled aEBEm blEd bledebled Thursday a am m tnS Feb Febhool 7 01 at 9 30 oclock in the theschool theschool th e school sc hool house for the P puipoe u1po e of holdiig holdiigtbe holdiJgtbe holdiz e tbe first se8 fiesfeion ion of the yearly institute instituteThe instituteThe instituteThe The session se ion c pened with praj pr8 3 3a...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 16 February 1901

I i t l i > 4 THE COLORED COLOREDw AMERICAN WASHINGTON D 0 j w i 0 J TRAnE MARK MARKREGISTERED 1 REGISTERED EGI5TERED i la92 la92us 92 92USPATENT 9 9USPATENT USPATENT us PATENT OFFICE OFFICEWAS OFFICEWASHINGTONDC OFFICEWASHINGTON WAS WASHINGTONDC WASHINGTON H I N GTO N D C r 6EFOREU51 BEFORE BEFOREUSING USING G AFTERUSING AFTER USING USINGHartona r r Harsh Curly Hair HairHARTONA HairsHARTONA HARTONA ARTONA ARTONAI ARTONAHartona I r Hartona artona will make the hair grow long and soft straight and beautiful Makes akes the hair grow on bald and thin th places Restores GRAY GRASHAIR GRAYHAIR G RA Y YHAIR HAIR to its original color Hartona cures Dandruff Baldness falling out of the hair itching and all scalp diseases Hartona does not notTiave nothave nothave < have to be used all the time as it straightens the hair and gives it fresh life and lustre and the hair stays and grows naturally beautiful and andstraight andstraight andstraight straight after the use of Hartona No hot iro...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 16 February 1901

o 1 SHE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON D Co C i PRELENTES PRE RE LE L Ls EtiTFv NTE Y DANCE DANCEBaltimores DANCEBa1ttn1 Ba1ttn1 Baltimores > r res e s Elite Turn Out to the Monday MondayGrrnin MondayG MoD da Y Grrnin G rm n Fete FeteA A Peep P ep Into Beautys BeautysBowers BelutysBltW BeuYiiwerS t s Bowers BowersliMnureMd BltW li lih1jmre iiwerS rs rsh1 Special SpecialTneprelentea SpecialTne SpecialTne h1jmre liMnureMd h1 imre lid fd dance given iven by the theladies theladies Tneprelentea Tne p pladles prelentea re lente c German at then the theMusic I Ilusic ladies of the Monday Mo day 1 Music 3 lusic Hall o on n last la9 t Friday night was wasone wasODe 3 a one of the moat brilliant affairs Blti Bltimore B slti sltia sltimore lti ltimore more has ever seen The handsome cos costumes costume cosf ¬ both mads and andmUrons andIn lumen o omitrona of f the ladies mUrons In trong were in the latest styles of the themodiafees themodistes therettier modl modlx modiafees ytes art A A p p...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 16 February 1901

3 lp lpw a w l l f 6 THE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON D C i l s w t METHODS IN i SoUTH CAROLINA CAROLINASenator CAROLINASenator I ISenator Senator McLaurin Commended for Taking TakingHigh Takings TakingHigh High Grounds Smill Fry PoliticianSMake Politicians PoliticiansWho Politiciansr PoliticiansWho s i t j r Who Make Viak Local Loc Fame and a Loca LocaName LocaNampossibihty Loeal l Name Nampossibihty Possibility POSSil3111t JI 1on on Politics PoliticsColumbia PolIticsCo1umbI Politicsxr i xr Columbia t S G S Spec Speci2S1 eci lWa W We way waydown waydown waydown down herein here in wildom have a gathering gatheringannually gatheringanDu gatheringtt tt annually anDu annnall l1y f forabout nr about forry for y da day s end nighs nighsof nighsof s sof of nearly ne nearly r1y 250 men and an other unknown unknownauimas unktJowDst1imasttyled unknownc auimas st1imasttyled styled as legislators c mem member member1 l < nemf f berg ber of the general assemby aasemb etc whose whoseexr whose...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 16 February 1901

w L l lTHE L i THE COLORED AMERICAS 7 WASHINGTON D 0 Q 1 i 3 1 3 3i i fritz Reuter Reuters ReutersHOTEL s sHOTEL t HOTEL AND RESTAURANT RESTAURANTi i 461 453 455 4 545 5 > 457 Penn env Ave 202 208 210 4 41 4t St gt N T TWashinqcoiif 1 1Washing W WWashinooa Washing Washinooa con D C CC Cc CAUGHT C H NAUGHTON NAUGHTONFINE NAUGHTONLIOUORS AUGHT N NLIQUORS LIQUORS LIOUORSAND LIQUORSAND AND SEGARS SEGARSF F FINE N NE WIN WINES WINESHarper V1NESHarper Harper Wilson Neon a ee eeFourteenth special 1926 Fourteenth Street NorthwestChris Northwest NorthwestCMs Chris dhrisULITY 1 landers landersPLITY landersQULITY PLITY ULITY HOUSE BOOSE9O9 HOUSEEstablished 9O9 7th St NW NWEstablished N W WEstabllshed A Established 36 years ago The largest largestwholesale largestwholesale largestwholesale wholesale stock in town of the most exqui exquisite exqu4site ¬ site faultless wines and distillates in all allkinds 2 240 240kinds Q Qfclndsat fclndsat kinds at Chris Xanders moderate prices pricesno no o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 16 February 1901

J s 8 THE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON D C Jii A t tY ti Y lijelolored Colored ColoredPublished 71merican 71mericanPubll f i Published Publl hed bv THE COLORED C LORED AMSRJOAK A V RrOAE Pub Publishing PubIt ¬ It ItJ J li lishing sb sbitlg it l g Company CompanyA rF A NATIONAL NEGRO NEWSPAPER NEWSPAFEBFubdshed NEWSPAPERPub1ished ° 1 Fubdshed every Saturday at 459 C CSt St N WWashington WWashington W WWashington Washington D C CSUBSCRIPTION cSUBSORIPTION CSUBSCRIPTION + yr SUBSCRIPTION RATES BATESOne RATESOne RATESyr 3 E 3 s One year 200 200Six 200Six 2OOSig Six months 110 110Three 110t 110Three t ij I It Three months mOD ths 60 60ENVAEIABLY 60INVARTARLY INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE ADVANCESubscriptions ADVANCEI ADVANCESubsoriptions t t I Subscriptions may DO sent by FoslotBcemoney postoffice postofficemoney ostomce ostomcemoney money order express or by registAred lettere letter letterAll letterAll e All communications for publication shoulds should shouldbe shouldbe s be accompanied with t...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 16 February 1901

f tf1 THE COLORED A NI Y 1I t t 9 ROBERT ROBERTi R RCHURCH RCHURCHThe CHURCH CHURCHTbe i The Successful Man 11 an of Business His Hislarge HisLarge Hisbarge large Donations DonationsHis His Early Struggles StrugglesMr Mr 1411 Robert R Church cf f Memphis MemphisTenn Memphistreated emphis emphisTenn Tenn who whohand treated his native city c ty so sohandsomely 80h8Ddomely handsomely h8Ddomely hand omelY a few weeks ago by giving givingone givingon one on thousand thous thousthe dollars to help It defray defraythe defraythe entertainent entertain entertainment tertsin tertsinment incident to the en the ex expenses peases of its guests next summer is is one oneof oneof ment m mof ent of the most remarkable men of his racee race raceHe raceHe He e ha hap e male mR ale ie his great fortune through throughDis his own efforts effortsany and without the aid of ofany ofany any of those things that gives cne cnepedal cneecial De Depfci81 sp pedal ecial advantages He is a self made madeian mad...

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. — 16 February 1901

e s sJ sfit J fit if t HE COLQEED AMERICAN WASHINGTON W SFfTNGTON D C fity y ZW 2 t BOOKER T WASHINGTON HONORED HONQBEDOiris HONORED HONOREDGiris HONOREDt tt t i z zn n Girls Desert Secretary Long to Get the theColored thee f e a Colored Mans Autograph AutographWashington AutographWashington AutographWashington Washington Feb 9 701 OIAb1ut About 150 150young 110young 1 O Oyoung young women pupils of the Normal NormalSchool Normal8cho Normalf f t School 8cho lof of Westchester Penn visited isited isitedthe i8itedthe 3 the department buildings to day Rep Representative Rept He P Presentative resentative Butler tcok the young youngwomen youngwomen youngwomen t x = women to see Secretaries Long and andBoot andBoot xs s Boot and presented them The visitorswere visitors visitorswere visitorswere were respectful in the presence of ofgreatness ofgrp8tnees ofgreatness greatness but were not much impressed impress impressed impressed ¬ ed Suddenly Sudden while the they were crowd crowdfed cro...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 16 February 1901

TIiii TIiiiSHE II THE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON W D C II ft THE H EXECUTIVE nr wrrn COMMITTEE COMMITTEEthe nn M eirmmnn CALL ill LL OF OFt aI Afro American An rican Council Councilrates Counciltilt Councilrates t 0 > the national Mltionl x xYates tio > rates gr grinted nted from all parts of the country countryTbefolowing countrThe countrymemb3rs ftowingmemb members rB of the Exe3 Exe3D Exe Exentria ExeThelo7oatng Tbefolowing Thelo7oatngn The 1 Afro AfroAmerican AfroQ AfroAmerioan Committee Omnlt OmnltAmerlaan ttee of the National Nation + 8 D ntria Council are hereby here y directed directedto American A M E ZionCttDtcb ZIr Zion ZII11cuurcb6th l u0et rHetat 1 at t tC Gal xalhzr r 11th ith to t 8tb sweet street near L I a Washing Washingrn Wa hiDg hiDgtjn CttDtcb cuurcb6th Dreb C D G Co on 1 Taesday T eeday J March 5bh3 5ith 5 hb at atOFFICERS atam rn t 1 a am ifs OFFICERS OF FILERS dentBsbtp B P A Wai Walters ters office 228 228D 228D1can P prpftdentBsfcop pr jra de nt Jers...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 16 February 1901

c 1 1SHE WASHINGTON AStJTNGTON D 0 W AMERICAN 12 SHE HE COLORED t DOWN IN DIXIE DIXlEFreedoms DIXIEs DIXIEITreedoms J s f fr r Freedoms Day Appropriately Honored HonoredPatriotic Hou HonredPatriotic > rE rEt Patriotic Atlantians Revere the diem Memory lelny f t = y o ory of Lincoln and Doui Douglass lJoug13ssA hissA A Trip Tripto Tnpto Tripto to Coontown Makes a hit hitPersonal hitPersonalt Personal PersonalMention t t Mention MentionAtlanta Men MentloQy tion tiont tionAtlanta y i t Y f Atlanta Ga S Special SpecialThe ecial The citizens citizensKl cilizansf citizensof Kl f Atlanta are making preparations to tocelebrate tocelebrate toT tocelebrate T celebrate the birthday of Lincoln on a alarger 8larger af afar larger far er ecae scale than ever before There Thereare Thereare f 1 are three days of much ni significaiee signifieR niaca ice to toAtlantians toAtlantians tof f Atlantians viz the anniversary of the theEmancipation thep themBncipation < p Emancipation Emancipation Pro...

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. — 16 February 1901

r THE COLOR COIORE9 D AMERICAN W WASHINGTON A8HINGTON D 0 7 i 14 4 j I MEN OF 0FiHE THE HOUR I DR A fL fLi AI C CURTIS CURTISSurge R It I i Surge Su reon g m in in Chief Freedmens Hospital THE INAUGURAL INAUGu RAL WELCOME CLUBTheir CLUB CLUBTheir Their Arrangements ConlpIeleA Bril1cant Bril Brilliant liant Entena Enter ainment 1ul1ent AssuredPErsonel AssuredPErsonelt AssuedP rsone rsoneit it t the I Oll1111itteesA Chat With the thePrtsident theF thePresident F President PrtsidentIt It is a source of much gratification gratificationt t to the citizens of Washington Wa9hin ton to know knowtbat knowthat that the Inau Inaugural ural Welcome Club Ulu b have haveat haveat at last succeeded in securing a very desuable de desuable suable hall h U in in which wbi h to hold their entertatntnent en enterra1nment terra1nment on March 5th The hall hallsecured halsecured secured is the Washington W Wishing d8hington ton tonArmor Light In Inflintry flintry Armor Armory located on 15 15th th street...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 16 February 1901

Ha a aO ay aa T d O y a 14 THE THE COLORED AMERICAN A WASHINGTON D t G t Y i i + r rY t 1 Cures CuresWeak Curesf f y ys yr yp s f Weak Men 1 r Free Freelnsures p k insures Love ana a navpy na Home HomeFor HomeFor For AllHow All AllHow tjk > How any man may quIckly cure himselfr hImself hImselfafter < after years ot sutferlngfrom see uaI ualweakness ualweaknesslosses weakness weakness10Bt r lost vitality night nighti losses varIcocele ere ereJ i J and enlarge small weak organs to full sIze > < L LWKNAPPMD LWKNAPPMDAnd W KNAPP M D Dand t 4 and vigor Simply send your name and ad address address adr ¬ dress to Dr r lu L W Knapp 1811 Hull Bldg BldgDetroit BldgDetroit BldgDetroit > Detroit Mich and he will gladly send the thefree thefree the17ee free receipt with fall direction so that an anP any anyman anyman y yt P t man may easily cure himself at home This ThisIs Thisa ThisIs a Is certainly certatD 1y a most generous offer and thefollowing the thefollowing thetollowlDg f...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 16 February 1901

IT T1 t 1 1THE 3 3THE THE THE COLORED AMERICAN WASHINGTON D a llt 15 f il t UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITVVashlngton HOWARD 0 0Vashington Vashlngton D C Cn Cct under one hund hundcompetent hundred departments departmentscompetent dIstinct ct n i competent professors a and d InstructorsThea instructorsTheot instructorsTheotiiedical 1 Jtdicat Legal College Pedaogica Pedaogicarv peda ogica1 ogica1p1tor t p1tor rv Engti5h En fish Agriculture Industrial ana anai an anForinformation i iorinformation address addressRe Re R eC J I RANKIN RA KIN D D Dt LL D President PresidentGEOtl1 GEOtl1 Gam RGam H SAFPOJlD S Svery RD Secretary Secretaryvery very onege radefl radefl3cbool radeScooL 3cbool 3cboolALLEGHENY ScooLALLEGHENY ALLEGHENY P PA PAPractical A AA A 3 Practical LIterary and Industrial Trade 001 1 tor Colored Boys and aD d Girls Carpenastering Carpen Carpenrye BrlCKlay mg ng Yl Ylt Plastering Painting and andt rye Tailoring Dress Dressa VeeorRt1oDS t efior er ur Voice Culture and Piano Pianoorte ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 16 February 1901

1 THE GLOBED AMERICAN f W WASHINGTON f D G GHT a 0 0e a f = = Iro IroAiiII fa faIt e G f ear ca IiiIir CD IiSI = CiB AiiII j1 4 I I1l 4 e It 1l e R 1813 NOTDRRiVED NOTDRRiVEDj N T 0 EeEIVEDo m t tIt j It HT TO 1 O HTTTTT THE 1 HE fT L COLORED COLOR > UL T r Urz TD clU clUlivin ED IT T PEOPLE PEOP E cF AMERICA AMERICAKing il ili1 KIng livin of o oil 11 Hair I Ioios Ioiosf ODI0S t tf i1 I IlA f V lA iIi 4 f ZNO z f 0 N e 0 I 0 0ct ct ctI cttiI I tiI tiItC C tiIC tC tCt t F HJ 1 n 3 f i Recognizing l B e cognizing g the fact that there are e many SO CALLED hairgrowers and andJP andi andBairstraighten JP i Bairstraighten nairstraighteners e r s now on the market arket and knowing g to a certainty that many manyiK manyri man manr ri r i I of these are ar e frauds s pure and sImple we wish to make a straIghtforward straIghtforwardhonest straightforwardN N iK honest statement to the colored race through this great paper In Inthe Inr a r < i the year Y Ycircumstance 1871 17 1 our late...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 23 February 1901

Ei = z zi i Ad i iI I i0 i111080BF vii ° i mru t 1 UL ULK p O NAL NALNP K NP ECRO ppfl ppflVOL 3 < t41 c 1 < < 0 4 4VOL VOL 8 NO 48 WASHINGTON DO D G SATURDAY FEBRUARY FEBRUa RY 23 231901 1901 PRICE FIVE CENTS CENTS 7 t 4 NOTED JOURNALISTAStorti JOURNALIST JOURNALISTA JOURNAlISTAStory A AStory Story r From the Dephs Dep DephsJohn hsJohn John Edward EdwardBruce EdvardBrUC Edwardthe Bruce BrineAn the Veteran V Editor Publisher PublisherAnhor Publis her herAnt Anhor Ant An hnr and Philosopher Portrayedi Portrayed PortrayedWhere PortrayedWhere Where iris Dp DpJohn Diploma i Loma Came From FromJohn FronlJohn John Edward Bruce better b tter known knownto to the public as Bruce Grit whose whoseprnrait whosepfr whoseit prnrait pfr P care rait it graces this paper first saw a w the thelight tbeli light li l1t of ofFebruary this w we < rid at Picataway Pi cataway Md MdFebruary MdFebruary February 22I 22 1 1C56 1 56 and ar d his amiablemothfr amiable amiablemother amiablemothtr mot...

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