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THE BROAD AX, CHICAGO, ILL, SATUBDAT, SEPTESBEB 17, 1921.
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28 indues' long by asing
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coarse, nappy hair. It will do the same for yon. If your
hair is brittle and lifeless or if you have dandruff and itch
ing scalp, try a box of EXELENTO QUININE POMADE.
For eals st all draff stores. Price by mail 25c on receipt of atamp or cola.
AGENTS WAJOTED-Write for Partfcnlara
EXELENTO MEDICINE COMPANY, Atlanta, Georgia
Wo make Eieltnto Sktj Beactttoh. an ointment for dark, sallow skins,
used in treatment of skin trembles.
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Lincoln State Bank of Chicago
3105 South State Street 9 and :i East 31st Street
Under State Government Supervision
3 Per Cent on Savinsr- Resources over $2,800,000.00
TELEPHONE DOUGLAS 1
GEORGE F. HARDING, JR.
Up-to-Date or Modem Houses, Apartments
and Stores to Rent
3101 COTTAGE GROVE ,AVE.
Corner 31st Street, Chicago
Office Phone: Douglas 8285
' KERSEY, McGOWAN AND M0RSELL
Finest Establishment in the U. S.
GEO. T. KERSEY D. A. McGOWAN WM. J. MORSELL
3515 INDIANA AVENUE
PEOM OK AND APTEE EHJB 3ASB
BSOAD AX CAN" ALWAYS BE
POUUD ON SALE AX TES POL-
xownro news stanjjs:
Dr. J. S. Dorsey's Drag Store, 43m E.
31st Street, corner Vernon Av.mue.
The Porter-White Drug Co. tore,
southwest corner 4700 S. Stt Ht.
Turner Williams' barber shop ast
laundry office, 4803 S. State -St
Edward Felix, notions, ciga-ij asd
news stands, S002 S. Dearborn Ht.
George W. Boyd, news stand aac that
shining parlor, 3620 S. Stato IK.
Thomas Bell, nei& stand, ice
parlor and laundry office, 17 17. CSrd
SL, near State.
F. Bisiop, cigars, tobacco -ri awi
stand, 8,W. 27th SL, near Sta..
A. D.' -Hayes, , cigars, , tobacco, sta
tionery and news stand,.3540 8. Mtsta
Dodsou's shoe shining ptrlor and &awi
stand, southwest corzer 35th aad
Mrs. Moses Eatcliff, preaident oi tan
Willing Worhers' Clnb of St. Cath
erine A. M. E. Zion Chorea. 3739
Phones Douglas 6302 and Douglas 653
Nights call Douglas 7078
J. S. DORSET
Fan line of Fresh Drags aad Tolkt
Articke Ptascriptkaa Ffflad
With Accuracy. "
6MEase Slat Street
C. E. KREYSSLEft
SHT DiueU Btato Stmt Km
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Gas As An
The shortage of coal and oil has
turned the attention of industry towards
methods of economizing in the use of
these fuels, and although gas requires
both coal and oil in its manufacture,
it is far more efficient and economical
in actual use and saves both of these
These facts have led to the assertion
that within a decade indus.ry will w itness
the "gas age" where' the former use of
raw coal and oil will be almost obsolete.
Through carbonization of coal, science
asserts that the gas extracted in the pro
cess wtU do four times the amount of
industrial labor of coal, besides leaving
the many enormously valuable by
products 'of coal available for commer
cial purposes. A committee of the
America" Gas Association has reported
tjiat gas is used in over forty industries
with exceptional economy and efficiency,
and has specially listed the following,
when gas has already won a notable
victory over other commercial fuels,
namely. Internal heating, brass making,
core bakng. newspaper, smoking and
curinR fish and meats, galvanizing, con
verting direct fired coal ovens to gas.
steel treating, forging, cocoa roasting,
automobile and tire repairing, drying,
varnish boiling, japanning, vitreous
enameling, railroad shop work and
VACATION IXG WEST.
Dr. Clem Branch of New Jersey, a
leading physican of that state and a
member of the school board of Cam
den, is spending his vacation In Cal
ifornia with friends. Dr. Branch Is
a graduate of the V. N"! & C. I., of
Petersburg, Va., and Howard Univer
sity and is accompanied on his trip
by Atty. P. K. Martin, an old school
mate and friend.
LEATES FOR ROCHESTER.
After spending ten days or more in
the city in attendance of the National
Baptist Convention, Rev. J. E. Rose
has returned to Rochester, N. Y his
home town. Rev. Rose is well known
in the city being a graduate of the
V. N. & L I-, Howard University and
The Baptist Seminary of Rochester
RETURNS TO NEW YORK.
Jesse Hawkins, son of Mrs. Mary
Freeman, $24 S. State St,, has re
turned to New York City after spend
ing some time here with his mother.
Mr. Hawkins was highly entertained
by Chicagoans during his stay.
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Johnson have
built a cottage on lots in Morgan Park
purchased through the Bailey Realty
Co., 3638 S. State St., where they have
moved until next spring.
Chas J. Gates of the firm of Gates
and Manuels, undertakers of SL
Louis, Mo., spent a pleasant week in
the city with friends during which
time he was the guest of Dr. P. C.
Downs, 3748 Grand Blvd.
OHIOAX IX CITY.
Mrs. Mildred- W. Foster of Cleve
land, Ohio, is spending some time in
the city with friends and is the guest
of Mrs. H. D. Perkins, 472G SL Law
MRS. YOUXG WILL SPEAK.
Mrs. Lou Ella Young, 3556 Giles
Ave., has accepted an invitation to
speak before the Juvenile Department
and the- Households of Ruth of Indiana
at Gary, Ind., Sept. 25th. Other repre
sentatives of Households of Ruth of
Illinois will attend this meeting.
.RETURNS TO OHIO.
Rev. B. R. Reed of Portsmouth, O.,
pastor of Pleasant Grove Baptist
Church of that city, has returned to
his people with words of inspiration
from the National Baptist Convention
held In the city to which session he
was a delegate.
MOTE TO MORCAN PARK.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Benton, 4535
Champlain Ave., have moved to 11215
W. 110th SU Morgan Park, where they
will be temporarily.
TO STOP EXBOUTE HOME.
Rev. L. A. Perkins of ML Hope, W.
Va., left the city Tuesday morning for
his home stopping enroute at Indiana
polis, Ind., and Cincinnati. Ohio to
visit friends. Rev. Perkins attended
the " session of the National Baptist
Convention and was much pleased
with the meeting.
LEAVES FOR W. VA.
After attending the University of
Chicago during the summer Miss Marv
L. Williams, a graduate of the V. X.
& I. I Petersburg, Va., and a teacher
in the public school of Charleston, W.
Va,, left the city for those points to
be at the opening of the term.
Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Bradley. 3S47
S. State street, have recently returned
home from a three weeks motor vaca
tion trip to St. Louis, Mo., Detroit
and Battle Creek. Mich., where they
spent the most enjoyable time of
their married lives. Some ten or twelve
years ago, Dr. and Mrs. Bradley
joined hands for better or for worse.
and so far it has been for better for
they own a nice flat building at 4Sth
street and Champlain avenue, which
brings In one hundred and sixty dol
lars per months rent and Dr. Bradley
enjoys a splendid practice.
The Phyllis Wheatley Woman's Club
will this coming Wednesday afternoon
meet at the home of Miss Jennie Law
rence, 30S E. 33rd street and the an
nual reports at that time will be
read and the election of new officers
for the coming year will be held.
Arrow Deadly as Bullet
A mounted Indian or white man
with bow and arrows sometimes could
kill more buffaloes than a man could
kill with a rllle, says the American
Forestry Magazine. At close range
the arrow was as deadly as tbe bullet,
it made less noise, and arrows could
be discharged three or four times as
rapidly as bullets from muzzle-loading
Distance Lends Enchantment
Personal In ExchaiiRe MI would like
to locate my wife, who left my bed
and board on March 25 last. I wish to
send her S100 so that she can get even
farther away than she is now." Bos
That's Going Too Far.
A woman may get up at a mother's
convention and declare that she has
the best husband on earth, but she
never goes so far as to say she ex
pects to meet him In heaven. Chicago
Telephone to Duf.
The receiver of a telephone set for
the deaf that has been Invented In
Germany Is small enough to be hidden
in a person's ear, while the transmit
ter can be carried In a handbag or
fastened to clothing.
Credit Where Credit Was Due.
Many a man who wakes up to find
himself famous would have overslept If
his wife hadn't called him. Wichita
No Substitute for Work.
So far. no real substitute for work
bas been found. Panhandling Is noL
Neither Is thefL burglary or even res
olutions unanimously adopted by a
mass meeting. Houston PosL
A pessimist is one who sees In a
dimple nothing except the future site
for a wrinkle. And an optimist Is one
who sees in a wrinkle only the dimple
that once was there.
OJive Oil In Babies' DieL
Dr. E. E. Graham of Philadelphia
recommends the addition of olive oil
to the diet of babies In their first two
years. It Is digested well by most In
fants and supplies them with addi
WASHINGTON, D. C
Fonndrf bj GENERAL O. O. HOWARD
J. STANLEY DURKEE, A. L. Ph.D, D. D.. President
EMMETT J. SCOTT, A. JL. LL. D Secrctlrr-Tremsnrer
COLLEGIATE AND PROFESSIONAL SCHOOLS
Junior College, covering the FretKmsn v& Sophomore yesn end leadutg to
the Senior Schools.
Senior School, coiuutmg of the Schools of Literal Aits, Education, Journal
ism, end Commerce end Finance, granting respectively the degrees,
A. B. or B. 5 A. B. or B. S. in Education; B. 5. in Journalism;
B. S. in Commerce and Finance.
School of Applied Science, four year course, granting the degree. B. S.
in Civil Engineering, B. 5. in Electrical Engineering. B. S. in
Mechanical Engineering, B. S. in Architecture, B. S. in Agriculture,
and B. S. in Household Economics.
Evening Classes. The wrk of the Junior College end the Senior Schools
may. be taken in evening classes with full credit.
School of Mttstc, four year course, granting the degree of Mus. B.
School of Religion, three year course, granting the degrees ofB.D. end
In. o. Courses are offered also by correspondence.
School Of Law, three year course, granting the degree of LLB.
School of Medldne, including Medical, Dental. Pharmaceutical Colleges.
Four year courses for Medical and Dental students; three year courso
for Pharmaceutscal students.
Following degrees granted: M. D, D. ELS., Phar. C.
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Septasbcr Z8, . SO. 1921
... Jaaaarr 3. 4 1922
. . . MjKfciS.20,1922
JOB CATALOG 'ASD JSTOSUATIOS VTBITS
F. D. WILKINSON, Registrar
PHON MART 2214
A. D. GASH
ATTOMfET AT LAW
118 iV. La Salle Street
3342 Calumet Ave. DouqU 1275
JAMES G. COTTER
ATTORNEY AT LAW
145 NORTH CLARK STREET
Telephone Central 8354
Assistant Attorney General
State of Illinois
Ret. 3646 Grand Boul.
J. GRAY LUCAS
129 E. 31ST STREET
Phone: Douglas 6351
F. Dunn, J. B. McCahey.
Tel: Oakland 1552, 155L 1550
JOHN J. DUNN
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Fifty-First and Federal Streets
Ashland State Bank
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $300,000.00
1610 West 63rd Street Chi,
Comparative Statement of Deposits
November 13. 191 j, $83G,G05.S3
November 17. 1914. $912,005,65
November 17, 1916. Sl.132.750.72
November IS. 1918. $l.3S4,0S4.24
November 17. 1919, $2,359,636.62
November 15, 1920, $3,:J4.633.G9
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AllLHAht .i.-ir.u, Vice rrr.iucii.
IiDU u HARRY, Lashiet
VV. M KRLE FISH R, Assistant Cashier
ARTHUR C. UTESCH. Asst. Cashier
Something in This.
If a man Iki tlu raw material for
bolns a lilaniril fool, lit cannot Maine
the fakir for taking advantage of
It Always Costs Him a Stroke.
Nothlnp is more disconcerting to a
ndddle-aped polfer than to lie asked
by the yun? lady who is watching him
dilvc off whether he intends to enter
the Rranclfat1"-": tournament.
In rooms where the floor not cot
ered with n soft carit the M.,n- of
chairs Is often the caiiM. ,f a , j "jeai
of noise. The trmihle ., :IV I , rime.
died in this way : Fr,.:n tuck f. !r cut
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the ehn'i-. tIh-l- t-..i, u M m.( ta!3
an old hat or cut fr-m :!i ,j,j pTt
floor covering Tin- clu:r .ar jea
be moved about qm.-th PVe ,
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A. L WILLIAMS
COUNSELOR AT LAW
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84 W. WaafeixrtoB Street
The Cranford Apartment Bldg. i
3600 WABASH AVENUE
The finest fauildin ( ever opened to Colored tenants in Chicago.
Steam heat, electric lights, tile beths, marble entrance
Phone Main 263 J. W. Casey, AgL 133 W. Washington Si
PHONE KENWOOD 455
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Day light Chapel capacity 200, Outside Ventilation Organ aid Organist Free
I am as near as your Telephone I give service at a reasomkle price Distance
immaterial, consult me I save you wory, time and money.
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