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CHICAGO, ILL, SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1922
May Qlbert Praises
Says her hair has gixnm
28 uk&m tog by ash
this wonderful hair grower
"VfiTT n Tismre soft, silky hair that can be easily dressed.
- T;-xiP!T,NTft Tiaa made happy thotisan ds of women who had
coarse, nappy hair. It will do the same for yon. If your
ialrisDrlrae and lifeless or ifyon have dandruff and itch-iag-
scalp, try a box of EXELENTO QODONE POMADE.
ForaaJe at aH drugstores. Tric!nrmsU 23c os receiptor ease? or coia.
ESEEENTO MEDICINE COMPANY, Atlanta, Georgia
WiiisinT"! lIFumnililTIl llillim i J 1 1 1 1 1 ill Tin iTiit, iTiiw ,Vm
used in treatment bf skin trouble.
TELEPHONE DOUGLAS 1
GEORGE F. HARDING, JR.
A Thrifty Orphan
Stephen Girard, who built
"Girard College" fcr orphan
boys, started to work as a
cabin-boy at 10 years of age on
an ocean vessel. He &
something every day. He died
a millionaire. Win wealth
yourself save some money
every day. Every deposit m
your bankbook is a day's jour
ney nearer wealth!
ILLINOIS TRUST & SAVINGS BANK
La Sail JacKm Street Chicago
Uo-'Date or Modern Houses, Apartments
and Stores to Rent
miOl COTTAGE GROVE AVE.
Corner 31st Street, Chicago
Phone Yards 27
Brass and Wood Beds, Electric Washers,
Refrigerators, Stoves, Paint, Oil,
2515-19 ARCHER AVE.
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PHILIP J. DUNN, Secretary t
H. X. COMERFORD, Treasurer ?
JAS. B. McCAHEY, President
FRANK J. DUNN, Vice-President
Telephone Oakland 1550
5100 Federal Street
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Phone Main 2017
A. L. WILLIAMS
COUNSELOR AT LAW
Suits 706 Firmeaich Building
184 W. Washington St..
Residence 3655 Prairie Ave.
Phone Donglas 9133
Residence, 1262 Macalister Place
Telephone Moaroe 2714
MILES J. DEVINE
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Suite 318-320 Reaper Block
Clark and Washington Sts.
Telephone Central 1239
DR. M. A. MAJORS
July 15, 1922
ntc-rni as Second-Class Matter, Aug
. 1W2. at the Post Office at Chicago
il Under Act of March S, 1879
CHAS- E. STUMP HAS WINGED
HIS WAY TO LOS ANGELES,
CALIF., AND BACK TO
TELEPHONE DOUGLAS 6151
Res. 3646 Grind BonL Phone Doaglss 4S97
J. GRAY LUCAS
204 East 35th- Street
Corner Indiana Ave., Second Floor
VISITING IN CITY
Miss Geraldine Jones of Leavens
worth, Kans., a teacher in the public
schools, is spending some time in the
city the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Law
son Alverson, 3748 Grand Blvd.
Miss C. V. Turner, teacher in Mor
ris Brown College, is taking music
during the summer in this city. While
here. Miss Turner will stop with Miss
Ruth C. Baskin, 3234 Vernon Ave.
VIRGINIANS WILL MEET
The Virginia Society will meet in
its regular monthly meeting July 19
at 3638 South State street, at which
time Charles Satchell Morris, Jr., the
young orator and well known on the
platform, will address the society. All
Virginians are urged to be present.
Charles Satchell Morris, Jr., well
known scholar and orator and now a
senior at the University of Chicago,
will speak on "The Spirit of Virginia"
at the regular meeting of the Virginia
Society, July 19, at 3638 State street,
at which time all Virginians and
friends are urged to be present.
SUMMERING IN CITY
BILL Is a good substantia citizen
who, like many of us, had,
up to a short time ago, never saved
his money systematically.
He never really thought seriously
of investing: in bonds until he was
married a few years ago. Being in
experienced in financial matters, he
wrote several letters to Ralph, an
attorney friend of his, who an
swered all his questions in a very
simple and clear manner.
-We have just published a booklet
called "An Investor's Letters"
which.cpntains all of Ralph's and
BuTs correspondence. You will
nd it very interesting and it may
clear up some of the questions you
have in your own mind about in
We ihatl be giaJ ti tend "Ja -s-uetfwV
Ii8eri"JiTe if tkerzt.tr bGzas
to eitjtxe .vfo trjvestt it. "
IINC0LH STATE BANK
31ft aa South State Streets r
S&epbone "Victory 4500
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look after the books of Olivet and
other business there. As I see these
things I must just say the "Lord is
doing great things for us and wc
should feel thankful to Him for them
Do you see where I am this week?
Well, look at me. I am proud of
what I have seen and what I have
W am v4 I t mm I m 4 -
I1CL1U. X dill lUUfllHK lUtftdlU 1IUW IU
attending the meeting of the Na
tional Negro Business League in Nor
folk. Va., and they are going to have
one more big time there, and they
are going to get right down to busi
ness. I thank God for Booker T.
Washington, who brought into life
this great organization. The meeting
will be August 16.
Hope you will attend the National
Allen Christian Endeavor Congress
in Chicago in August. All of these
will have attention. I am just writ
ing a few remarks this week. God
CHARLES E. STUMP.
Miss Edna Morris of Charlotte, N.
C. is spending the summer in the
city the guest of Dr. and Mrs. P.
Chas. Downs, 3748 Grand Blvd.
MEET WITH ACCIDENT
While out driving Saturday after-
'noon with a party of friends, Dr. P.
Chas. Downs, 3748 Grand boulevard,
met with an accident when another
car run directly into Dr. Down's car,
turning it over and demolishing it
completely. The accident occurred at
45th street and Grand boulevard. In
the car at the time were Miss Geral
dine Jones of Leavenworth, Kan.,
Prof. Webster Baker of North Caro
lina and Dr. Downs, all escaping injuries.
MISS REEVES HERE
Miss Jeanette Reeves, teacher in
The Olive High School of Winches
ter, Ky., is in the city .taking up
science at The University of Chicago
during the summer. Miss Reeves is
stopping with Miss Ruth C- Baskin,
3234 Vernon Ave. ,
MRS. JONES IN CITY
Mrs. Pauline Jones of Nashville,
Tentt, accompanied 'by her small
daughter, arrived in the city the first
.oF the -week to spend some time.
Mrs. Jones is stopping at the resi
dence of Mr. and Mrs. John Mc
Gavock, 4423 South Dearborn street-
Star of Bethlehem Council 147, A.
U. K. & D. of A. held its anniversary
exercises a lew evenings ago at oiid
Wabash Ave., at which time an ex
cellent program was rendered. Dr.
Serilda Jackson, most excellent queen
of the Council, was all in smiles over
the occasion. Others who took an
active part on the program were
Dts. Anna Longress, M. Ammons,
Elcanora Harrison, Bertha Allen, Sir
Knight Wm. Baugh and Sir Knight
John Saunders acted as master of
ceremonies. A beautiful banner for
the Council was unveiled by Geral
dine Signor and Pauline Moore.
"The love that (iiuts two hearts
to bent ns one dues not guarantee a
continuous performance. wrote the
late Ktlirnr SultusL Ire also made this
true observation: "Life Is parked
with delights which the majority of
u npver enjoy. The world Is full of
cluirnslnc people whom few of ua
For Violin Backs.
When any figure appears on a
smooth surface ns though in relief. It
Is called mottle, bajs the American
Forestry Magazine. The flddle-back
mottle appears U series of hills and
valleys and derives its name from the
common use of. maple with such flgurt
In making the bucks of violins.
Odd Name for Village.
In Islay, one of the western islands
of Scotland there Is a vlllnpe with a
name of only two letters, Oa. There
are raid to be nearly one hundred
plnces In Britain with names of three
letters, such as Jn'ox In Shropshire and
Jay in Herefordshire.
Old Lady Not Worrying.
An old lady of seventy, a member
cf a long-lived family, bad been pay
ing a visit to her mother, aged ninety-five.
-The aged daughter was rath
er tearful at the parting. "Good-by,
dear mother I" she said, "I hope we
shall meet again." "I hope so, my
child,' her mother briskly retorted.
"They tell" me you are not looking very
Famous Health Resort.
Carlnbad. the famous health resort,
Is but on a crust underneath which
is n subterranean lake of boiling
water, and all the hot sulphur springs
have to be ceaselessly watched lest
the town be destroyed.
Office Main 4153 Residence,
4751 Chasaplain Avenue
Phone Kenwood 5611
Walter M. Farmer
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
Suite 708184 W. Washington St.
Offic Pbonst Mala 1612. 1S54
W. G. Anderson
184 W. Washington Su Cor. Wells
Salts 603. Flrroenlch BUf.
Rssidtncat 3354 Vernon Avoaaa
Phono Douglas 6045
PHONE MAIN 2114
A. D. GASH
ATTORNEY AT LAW
118 iV. La Salle Street
3342 Calumet Ave.
JAMES G. COTTER
ATTORNEY AT LAW
145 NORTH CLARK STREET
T-iephone Central 8354
Assistant Attorney General
State of Illinois
Under State Supervision
Offers Equal Service to All
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SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS
State Street and 36th Place
A live or wide awake newspaper
man or solicitor can earn some easy
money by calling on or addressing
Julius F Taylor, 6206 S. Elizabeth
-.trcct. Phone Wentworth 2597.
Trust & Savings
Capital, Surplus and Undivided
John Bain, President
Michael Maisel. Vice-Pres.
Edw. C. Barry. Cashier
Arthur C. Utesch. Asst. Casluer
W. Merle Fisher, Asst. Cashier
and Trust Officer
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