OUtot tiarawlck, 2701 Wslton 8t
The Js*sll—lo22 lhth BL
The BUI—2XI2 LArbOOT.
O. C. Craig, 2S6 f Washington At*.
CLOTHES CLEANERS AND
Sanitary Clothes Cleaners A Pi***-
era. 2622 Welton St.
COAL, FEED AND EXPRESS.
R. E. Norris and Wm. Hill, 1C24 2lrd
C. W. Bridges—(lo 27th BL
darter— >«lt Washington.
Rice A Rice —ISIS Walton.
Miss Beatrice Lewis. 2SS* Gilpin SL
Dr. T. R. McClain. 212* Klttredge Bid
Ohasspa Fharmaoy—«°th A »■ ■*%
Atlas Drag Co
Swtgsft Bran-—W* oaiumln.
P*rn HaU. 2711 Walton BL
Fatntt H. C 0.—2042 Waltss.
Me.dan.es Cora Robinson and EUs*
lll* Ea»‘ Bt ~
8-tUa Wssh. i»-
Wolf Bros. 1214 N. Bsnats a
loans and « a *-« T^ K -
A. J. Artsten 2541 Larusar
JAPANESE CLEANEM AND DY
PAIRING. MAIN 2386. 1223 20™
w B Townsaod and T. O.
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light and fixtures.
Decher A Co -1412 Curtis St
Welton Fn.lt A VegeUble Marhrt.
2621 Welton St.
J. Thomas. 4436 Columbine SL
and Larimer. —jg Oood
Paul B. Spmtlln,
B> ur Crump. 102» 8t -
. 2017 Larlmsr St
Ofs* 4 : 2716 Waltom Bt
Tha Giant Cleaner, and TaUora. 254.
Douglas Co.—l«V Arapahoe
Cam me 1 A Co.. 2207 Walton BL
Wm. Volghta —211 27th BL
Oriental Restaurant l*«
Dearfleld Lunch Room, 1028 21et Bt.
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Thraa Loavas of Braad 10c
Layer Cakaa 10c, 15c, 25c
Whipped Cream Cake* 15c
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Any kind of Cake made to ordor.
German Coffee Cake* on Saturday,
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IU JHO. MILSON, Prop.
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711 - 28th STREET
PNOMB OMAMPA ZISI
Murphy Favors the Race Congress.*
The Afro-American ledger, owned
and published by ibe venerable John
H. Murphy at Baltimore, speaks edi
torially of the call of the National
Equal Rights league through Its presi
dent, Dr. Byron Gunner, for a national
race congreas as follows: "Byron Gun
ner's call for a great national congress
of colored Americans for the special
purpose of voicing the feelings nnd
sentiments of the race on unfavorable
and favorable condtUons now surround
ing them needs only the setUement of
place and date of the convention before
getting responses from every section of
this country. It outfit to be the blf*
gest convention we have ever hnd.’*^J
Negro Fair in Colorado
The Only Negro Colony In the State Giving
The Second Annuel Fair of the settlers all hours,
of Deerfield will be held Sept. 27 and 28, Got. Carlson, Dr. Lory, from the State
1916, at Deerfield. Do not mU. the op- Agricultural rCollegeT.nd other notable
portunity of your life to visit the numer- ipMker , h „ e been invited, and will de
ou. exhibits of live stock poultry and ]iT „ r addrCMe , . t *p.m.
farm products, also canned goods and
needle work by the ladies. Grounds furnished the campers, also
Meals and refreshments r served in the twt room for ladies and children,
dining hall, also Barbecued and other A cordial invitation and a good time for
dainty lunches served on the grounds at all.
FOREIGN MISSION WORK.
Funds For Lislo Monumsnt and School
Building Aro Noodod.
The Rev. A. R. Robinson, chairman
of- the foreign mission board of the na
tional Baptist convention, and the Rev.
U G. Jordan, corresponding secretary,
ask the co-operation of the entire
nomination in the new missionary mon
ument fund movement. It is proposed
to erect a monument to the memory of
the first Baptist modern foreign mis
sionary. George Leile. to be paid for by
Negro Baptists throughout the world.
The shaft is to be erected in the
front yard of the First Bryant Baptist
church. Savannah. Ga. It is to cost
SSOO. The ground plan is to be made
up of stones, one from each state where
Negro Baptists are organized, from the
West Indies. South America and Africa.
A letter has been sent to the presi
dent of every Baptist state convention
asking for a piece of marble or a dura
able stone from his state twice the size
of a common brick, with the initials of
the state chiseled on It. This stone
should be sent to the Leile monument'
committee. 717 Broadway. Savannah.
After more than a score of years as
corresponding secretary of the foreign
mission board of the national Baptist
convention, the Rev. Dr. L. G. Jordan
is as active and more zealous for the
success of foreign missions than ever
THE LEI LB MONUMENT.
before. The more «litfl«*ult the task the
harder J»e work* to raise the ne«*eHsarj
funds for the work in Africa.
In a letter to hr. .lordan Miss Mavis,
who is In charge of the work at Forts
ville. west coast of Africa, referring
to the situation of the home field,
says: “The split In the national
Baptist convention in America has
greatly affected the work here. While
i write you starvation is facing our
Barnum & Bailey
Greatest Show On Earth Will Posi
tively Exhibit In This Vicinity.
At last the welcome news has been announced that the youngsters and
oldsters of this vicinity will have an opportunity to visit the Barnum 4L Bailey
Greatest Show on Earth. This great circus will be within easy traveling dis
tance when it exhibits in
Wed., Aug'. 23
Mora than twenty trained animal acts will be included in tne program,
headed by Pallenberg'e two marvelous troupe* of trained bcare.
The Barnum £ Bailey Circue is larger this season than ever before and
require 89 care to transport It. It carries 1,400 persona, 785 horses end a
greatly enlarged menagerie of 108 cages and 41 alephante.
little band of thirty. We have just a
little rice, aml when we shall have €*t
en It I ilo not know what we shall do
e have eaten all the cassava
which we planted last year and bought
eddoes three times since Miss Taylor
left. I suppose we must he at bed
rock in mission work. The Father
alone knows Just how we shall get
along during the rainy season.
e have planted some corn and are
now planting rice, eddoes and cas
sava. In the morning we teach and
work in the evening on the farm.”
The foreign mission board, through
the various churches, has been cam
paigning for funds for the past month.
Snnda.v. July 31. was the day set for
apeckil contributions to be raised for
African missions. The money raised
In this special effort will be used to
aid in the completion of the Baptist
Bible and Industrial school building
at Bassa. Liberia.
THRIFTY LODGE OF ELKS.
North Star, No. 124, In Pittsburgh, Do*
ing Good Work.
North Star lodge. No. 124, Improved
Benevolent and Protective Order of
Elks. Pittsburgh, has met with much
success during the past year. The
lodge is in good working condition, and
the members are ever on the alert for
the good of the order. North Star
lodge will be among the active forces
at the coming meeting of the grand
ledge, which meets in Philadelphia
The newly elected and installed of
ficers for the ensuing year are the fol
lowing named members, who were re
cently installed by District Deputy
A. B. It ice: Jerry Robinson, exalted
ruler: William Washington, esteemed
leading knight: Thomas Wilson, es
teemed loyal knight: H. S. Bates, es
teemed lecturing knight: J. Walter
Frazier, corresponding secretary: Ste
phen Murray, tiler, and Henry Gibson.
Esq. Messrs. J. W. Frazier. J. W.
Miller and A. B. Rice were elected
delegates to the grand lodge conven
Miss Austin Makes Fins School Rocord.
Ml** Charlotte Louisa Austin, who
was graduated from the college of
pharmacy. University of Pittsburgh,
recently, has the honor of being the
first ■ olored girl in Pittsburgh to grad
uate # roni that department of the uni
rend tv She is a graduate from Pitts
burgh Central high school, class 1914.
and i« one of Pittsburgh’s most ac
'Himt'lisheil young women. She has
bright prospects for either a business
•r professional <-areer.
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REMOVE FACE BLEMISHES.
Pimples, blackheads, acne, tetter,
ring worm and that dreaded eczema
an be permanently removed from
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Eczema Ointment. It Is no longer
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TO RID CHILD OF WORMS.
Don't scold the fretful, nervous
child. Often It’s due to worms. Oet
rid of these by giving one-half to one
losenge Klckapoo Worm KUlar, a lax
ative worm candy. Dive only plain,
nourishing food, lots of out-door ex
ercise and pat to bed early. Watch
stools and continue giving Ktekapeo
Worm Losenges They will positively
remove the worms. Me, at druggists,
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