The advocate. (Portland, Or.) 19??-19??, September 24, 1932, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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    The ADVOCATE
PAGE POUR
DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL NOMINEE VISITS HERE
A S NOTED''
b»
Ralph
HATUKDAY. HMPTRMIIRK 14. 1»3I
Atwow
1IY K i r s
THE LARCH MOUNTERS
OIVIDE HIS V O T E f
KIKO
C.
Ry Kelley Miller
Thla quoetlou la too broad lo be
treated In a alugle relcaae, 1 ahall
threfoie divide It Into Ihree parta ami
devote a rwteaae to each tllvlalon
l. Why (ho Negro should Divide
Hla Vole on General Principlesf
I. Why he should Divide Hla Vote
Nationally f
3. Why t u Should Divide Hla Vote
Locally T
Why Ihe Negro Should IHvMe Ilia
Vole on General Principle#?
In this
connection we limit our treatment prl-
Uoutluued frolli pag» otte
lesa and daugermia hImi for he spnaka
under Ihe guise of frlendshlp for thè
T O T A L D ISARM AM ENT NO W I
Negro He meana Ibis
Wo "ballar-
rissa" whltea ara wllllng for you col­
_ C ,*T
On« o f Ih» «m elata at the recant
C om m im oiM r
orali people lo move In among tha
I legion convention t«M ua hoar wall we
poorer and lesa culturali whllna. hut
ara protected by the standing army
—
I oar lattea ara rapportine while our
you should reapert tha dnail linea aet
Talking of .treat oar franchise«. re- ^ ' M" n « ° , »Y *« »* • < '* • • to School
by ua "exdualve" whltet Wby should
lk , ,
,
*ml many of them atay out of arhool
thè Negro make any dietim il«u of
mind, me that I ran a e r o « a letter heeauae father I. out of a Job ami
tha! klad helween Iwu rlaasea of
from P Rochen. Superintendent of cannot buy decant clothing for hla
the San Prauclaco Municipal Railway. i
and «Irla Ma told ua that the
whltea. nelther of whlrh «anta lo con­
cede bis righi lo Uva? Il la knnwn
It la dated April IS. ISSI. Thta com * rmjf WM n,,w dw,d*d '" « » »our «H»-
mtlMi..all,,,
,
I
a
a .. a .
l*IOU»
(IB# tO protect t h •'1)01 t t)««l t)
Ihal thè poorer and lesa rultured In
munitatton la too Ion« to publl.h In border, one the eaat. one the aouth
all racea labe thelr eue In acllou frotn
full, ao 1 w ill quote an Intereatlng and one the weat. I wonder how ma
extract:
ny of the legion men know that for
Ihe better-off and bvlter-edurated.
Hluce Ihe "beltsr-claaa" whltee bave
"The Municipal Railway maintains ' 1,0 r ' * r* ,h* " ” r«hern border had
an
m a ____I_____ carried protection aaalnat the barbar
mora brama, adurallntt. culture ami
an organlaatton
. rgantaatlon of
of i 1300
employee. lo h(,r,,„ , of
u , ,hBV
humanlty (? ) Ibsn thè nurse clasaes.
with an annual pay roll of nearly 12. know that for oyer 110 year, we hare
Il la far more aenalblu for thè Negro
340.000. Out of an original bond laaue had four wooden gun beata on the
of $S.431,000. the auni of IÍ.77Í.OOO haa ? " * ' l-*hee. each with one marine a
to wege hla ballle for righta flrst a-
K.,,,, . . . ,
.. .
, .
...
board? Think of it
lan't It a won-
asinai thè "b etter" whltea He haa
been paid.
Extension* Into outlying ,|#r
W),
„ „ „
far heller chance of reaeoulng wlth
dlatrici», including the neceaeary a- night. In thla unprotected alate*
them lleslilea. If he wlus In ballle
qulpment. coating orer S4.000.000 h are!
According to the Ituah Itajot Treaty
for thè better place, he la h etteroff
been made.
The aaaeaaed ralue of o f , s **- ••• *h»* held hack the aarngea
Gian If he wlna a fighi for Ihe Infer-
th e .« d latrie ta ha. been Inc reaa.nl In
‘" .T
.
.
gun beala' Rut here let ua aak a quea
lor placca That la horaeeeuae; he
the amount of One Hundred M illion;,ion
of what value will the four
mual fighi elther way. ao he mlght
Dollars.”
dlvlelona of the army be If bombing
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air planea, carrying potami gaa bomba
aa nell tight for thè beat
...___ _______
«weep acroaa the four bordera of the
That remlmls me In l'aria I saw
C H AN U TE . NO-TAX TO W N
Uniteti Slatea and drop polaon gaa
Ihe amarteet allupa for toilet o r lic i««
H. M. laiy. Mayor of Chamite, Kan- bomba on New York. Chicago, l’ori-
ami “ beauty" produci« dlaplavlug Jo-
aas. w rite« me that the city-owned ,* 1"* *nd
Origan« all In a alnglo
aephln« llaker'a plcture In thelr show-
electric ayatem ha. one of the lowc.t
’ Th.-ae bomba can wipe out each
of thcae cltlea with one bomb for
wluilowa tu ad verna« thelr warea. t al
rate. In the alale Chanute also owns each city, and then fly on to do some
line her ime of "thè «legati! dam ai"
Its gae plant, and thla plant, together more destruction The new. of the
who uaes thelr «onda and servire I
with the electric system arc debt free, disaster will not he telephoned, trie-
darveey that Adelaide Hall fnund no
About a year ago Chanute purchased SfSPhnd or rad t o e d —e verything will
he destroyed and every body
oppostilon when ah« was eojournlag
HO acres for an air port, which, l o
—O —
and playlug In l'aria to nrrupylug Ih «
gather with the equipment, n u t the
There is one comfort In the ghastly
K E L L E Y M ILLE R
beat arcommiHlallons ahe rould afford
city $75.000. Thla wa* paid for out reflection All the militarists sod the
of the earnluga of the city-owned util munitions factories, with thelr mill inartly to the two principal partiva lo pay for
lonatre owners and thelr wives and
No wonder thè Americana thlnk thè
Itlea. Chanute haa no city taxes as
which hare dominated our political
children and ihe newspapers which
whtle I h e
all local Improvements are paid out of have been aborning the glory of war •»»*
«•>»
became , pnllll Frenrh are "tnferlor".
and the neceaalty for
prepareitnea*. cal factor. This la without prejudlca •'Tench think Americans are Inferior
the earnings of Its municipal plant
wall bg gesseil out <>f m M w m w tin | q the various minor parties which and rrasy Whlrh la right?
the reel of ua common people
The
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Mr fla v in a forgets that, for a Ne-
SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES
bomb that hit. I'orGand will ,,,rrv a , ‘ r,n* " v ,m * £ • ¡ T * £ ■ » ttmm
.............. ., .
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.
...
My opinion has been requested re­ way the Oregonian tower aa w ell aa llm *- *«*•> * » »he »oclalU l. the l^ b o * r" lo e * 1,1 lo Pr***ure " » ,hl" k,nd-
In Ml. Scott. The
rltaa, the Prohlbltlonlita and the like •* •*mply lo raise or strengthen oppo-
garding what I think of the various the little barn oul
• « him in all the reel o f Amart-
candidates running for public office gas bomb Will not recognise labels | expressly exchtde the Communists
Clyde
F R A N K LIN 0. ROOSEVELT. THE DEMOCRATIC P R E S ID E N T IA L NOMINEE WHO SPOKE IN P O R TLA N D
W EDNESDAY NIGHT A T THE C IT Y AUDITORIUM . HE WON M AN Y OVER TO HIS RANKS.
AOALAIDE H A L L ANO
W H Y THE NEGRO SHOULD
E 7 " ! , SUXSZ .- ..... -•«
I am Inclined to say very little on this
_O__.
Isller4 ay radicals make* a m ail D a i .
Aom* Nogrnmi muit Inr* next I«»
delicate subject. Were I to think out
EISMAN SEEKS C IT Y OFFICE
W ill the Oregonian ptea«e tell ua I«»rinn appeal to the N d ffo ’t pride and
whit» P *°P i* ^ eliding (round
loud. I would voice Ihe thought that
FIR ST NEGRO C AND ID ATE FOR
■ » endleAA rhAln of -prob-
the defeated candidate will be tbs why It I a ao hitter against Russia* vaU!ty. ynt. a I dca they do not conform cr**t9*
VICE PRES U. S. SPE AK S HERE
Cleveland. Ohio —The 52nd annual
lucky
chap.
On
the
other
hand
the
Five ‘ T e « r 'nrian
accord'lng T
\ l l «* -
— Ivml and accepted pollUca. ^
Cites Record A t Member Of
teas ton of the National Raptiat Con­
columns of the Oregonian
has bru t «houghl. I rule (hem oulalde of the ,,,n d >rour «?»und
,,m *
winner will be the loser Nuff sed.
vention. U. S. A., held election of of­
School Board In Support
HUc*h dlAtreAA to K uaa I a ? H W Stone pnle tif the prreent dtAcoumw To the .
** remind« ua of I.lurotUA Atory of
Packed Hall Cheers Communist
ficers here Friday afternoon In the
In hla article In a recent Issue o f that Negro. In hie present helpless c om » ,h* farmer who was always
FAVORS AND GRIEVANCES
Shiloh Raptiat church. E 55th Street
twper. told quite another story which „
lht,
u lho fighting his neighbor, over the qaes
Presidential Leader
and Srovill avenue and the election
The editor asked me what class of did vou notice, was hidden sway on
• My ten years on the School Hoard 1
tlou of land boundaries The court
climaxed one of the most dramatic
people call mostly at the City Hall the back pag* while a atory telling '"'P J *•*
*•
••>*
•*•-
.
proved to the District taxpayers that
aesions in the history of the Conven­
all
about
the
dlslres*
In
I'etrograd.
A
oneeliled
group.
In
a
many
.sided
N
R ° M l f 4 l " l * u'' " lln. after rep tied
My
answer
Is
that
there
are
two
c
l»
a
James W. Ford. Vice-president can­ I was able to sare them several mil­
tion. Dr. L K. Williams, president,
cases, for hla seeming "greediness"
wriu.-n
by
a
staff
.
orreapond.nr
w.is
civilisation.
Is
al
a
serlou*
dlsavant
was reelected without opposition but didate on the Communist party ticket lion of dollars. I can do the same for ses who are steady callers. One Is given front page and was quite cle a r
„ , ou|d
, He replied "Your Honor. I am not
when it came to the election of re­ was chered to the echo by the throng 1 “ e cU>’ taxpayers by forcing the city those who want something for them ly a propaganda article
man of
ere.ilv
Just always wauls the land
government to practice the econonif- selves or friends, and the other, the llarrv Stone s Integrity. I* A
gional vice-presidents, an effort was
shov.-d out ,r » " Negroes belonged to the >ame * ^ _ 7
v
11 1 ——
-« |e* that we are all practicing th is)
whut
Jlnee
m in e'” That fellow waa
made to defeat the ReT. Thomas S.
Any political party, the same religious do-
class who have axes to grind Thera of line by a paid propagandist
year.
Harten of Brooklyn. X. Y . apparent­
on
one who knows anything of thchisto- nomination, the same occupation, or Just like Clayton and hla type;
“ By buying every possible supply I * re' of conr* * ' exceptions lo the gen ry of I’etrograd
ly in reprisal for his activity in behalf
a city built In
thelr theory they would gradually lake
lived
In
the
same
locality,
eo
that
thelr
from local merchants and manufactu- er*l rule. They are few and far be swamp at the whim of theold regime,
of Dr. Williams' reelection in Atlanta
rers. whether It he paint for brldres tween
Georgia last year.
peopled with bureaucrats who fatten color would be a ready Index to thelr " p ,h' wh" 1" «’• 'I h . - l e a i l • «»«■*•
or concrete for streets. I know that I i
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i-it off the populace, and after (lie bu p«tlitlra. rvlliilon. cAliinc. p I a c * of real COBtiBABl
can help prerent cloaed factories and
TWP nriK.llc . p . . v
W p art? with AtlrUitlc» l l i l l onw huu
PLEASE P A T YOUR SUBSCRIP­
reaucracy wa* wlp«-d out by the rev denro O th e r m in o rity rro u p a of «»ur
empty stores.
THE “ ONUS ARM Y
i>f»r rBDl, I h ?« a u » 4? ihn intnrnAt
TIO N TO TH E ADVOCATE
olutlon. hud no other means of sup­ co«mo|Hi|ltan population urn fortunutn
I am sure that our own engineers. 1 Tho stupidity of "Rig Ruslne««" In port, would naturally die out
Why
of rvrrx .Nricro In AmnrlcA In joined
now on the payrolls of every depart- drlrlng out the Bonus Army with tear don't they tell ua the why of thla aav In that they cucape thnan rnatrictiona
jtnent of the public service, are com- bombs and flrea will be reflected In age attack on Russia? Perhaps If we and Are UiAtrlhutnd Atiionx the r< ncrul in thiA I ««tin.
petent to make the surveys for which
knew, we rould be savage too. at prr- population,
w ithout raitArd to aurh
we are paying fabulous sums lo so- the presidential campaign. Of all the
nt. however, we only think your llnna of dlAtlncthm
colossal
blunders
that
tho
advisors
of
called experts Despite the promises
There | a a far cry from the party of
sense of values Is askew
No othnr minority irroop a lii.-« It- Grant and Sumner and Stevena to the
of the past four or fire years we are president Hoover have made, this I
June 15 th to 27th only
O—
still paying the same utility rates n« believe will prove the worst. It Is be­
I really muat say something about «•’If pvrmunnntl> with any otm (Mill- party of Coolldgn and lloovrr.
Dr
before.
3 0 ™ A N N I V E RSARY
yond human comprehension that him- that cash bonus resolution which sent tlrA i party All A«df tind«'r«tandlnR min John It llawktna told ua four year«
" I t ’s time to take off our coats, roll
the le-glon men home In such good or(llM w l|( UM ,hplr franchise to *o-
up our sleeves, and actually practice gry. nnempolyed and ragged war vet­ humor How do these men expect to
ago that Herbert Hoover w a a to the
the municipal economies that we. as erans should be driven out of the rapt aqueexe $2.300.090.000 dollars oul of cure thelr withheld rights and privi) Negro a necond Abraham Lincoln If
taxpayers, are individually employing tol of the Nation they fought for in he flnanrlu! turnip known aa tho U egea These can not lie se* urei and
I wa« rich 4 'Dough I would offer him
in our own affairs ”
JAMES W. FORD
S. treasury?
W H E R E 1« It coming maintained by one parly alliance. The
this cruel and inhuman manner
a thou«And dollar« to repeat to-day
of workers .white and colored who oc- P
^' * notu
" r” «■
from ami to WHOM will it Is- paid? f0,|y ,,f carrying all of your egg« In
that AtAtrmcnt before any audience of
copied every available seat and a U o 'P *‘ lsmann off!« ially launched hi«
I have been reading Gen llln e t' re­
A CORNER IN BRAINS
standing room when he appeared* a“ | ' » n£ ai'fn for r t,y «»m m lsioner Mr
mark« at tho recent convention one basket I* pertinent If that bas­ NegroM In America
The private ownership sharp-pencil These do not fill one with confidence ket fall* all of your egg* are smashed.
Harmon, Hall on East 7th and Alder ^ f * " “ ‘ » T T ‘*h M" ,am,1,r
195
We muHt now face the living con*
strets last Friday night. September ;E
h 8 North.
boys have oftimes bragged that the that there has been a very rarcful You can alwaya make a le tter bargain ttngcnt of the Itepuhltcan aa of Ita
W R I T I N G PAPER
16th, where he spoke for more than
brains of the country are cornered by inquiry into the problem by the men when there are two bidders Instead Democratic rival which
la above
themselves Gen Hint-« tells ua for
an hour on the Communist program.
ol o n e . Unwrunable devotion to any ground We are not dealing with the
the utilities. Sorry, boys, but I cannot
(Regular 50 c Box)
one thing thnt appropriations for vet
Ford stated that after three months
OFFERS NIGHT COURSES
see It that way. How about the big ornns linve grown from $ H 2.0on,non
part, leads that parly to aaaumo hUtorlc Republican nor with the hla-
of campaigning from coast to coast,
flop Samuel Insult made? It is still In 1923 to $927.000.000 In 1932. Why? an arrogant attitude und to regard torlc Democrat!« Tarty. The choice
he was of the opinion that "our elec­
tion compaign has all the aspects of
ringing in the ears of the duped In­ Perhaps the ex-service men can tell i^e unyielding attachment na due to 1« between Herbert Hoover and Frank-
The Portland Extension Center, o f­
, rrn| , h„
developing into an intensive working-
vesting public. I might mention others, ua when they will stop leaning on the w,.„km.M
fering
night
courses
for
those
employ-
lit) liooaevelt lllatorlr friendship and
taxpayor and wh*-n thry will hefin lo
, .
. .. . ,
,
class offensive for an immediate mass
ed
during
the
day
In
breadwinning
or
i>n
other
hand
where
hare
you
finance
thelr
own
live*?
Al
Ihe
pres-
w
"
h
»n.l
disdain Thla has itnimnnltifH are burled with theme who
struggle for all the demands os out­
in
homemaking,
announces
a
total
of
an
engineer
who
will
meaaure
up
to
»•lit
rale,
he
will
i-barge
the
p*K»r
lone
certainly
been
Ihe
experience
of
the
lined in our platform."
cherlahed them The wIndent of a di­
He flayed the Hoover regime stat­ »6 courses to tie given In 19.12-33 by the high standard of efficiency set liy taxpayer double rules fur any service Negro and Republican Parly,
vided vote Aecmn to me ao apparent
the
University
of
Oregon,
the
Oregon
ing that, “ there are greater crooks In
Politician* value tn»*t those voter*
our good friend. J !>. Rosa, Superin­ he renders, fo-n lllne* tells us. too.
that on June 30. 1932. only 35 per
.
.
. .
. . ,
. that none but a Republican by appe­
the Hoover administration than Al State Agricultural College, and the
tendent
of
th<-
Seattle
Municipal
Ele­
rent Of the patient* In government wh,,m ,h,” ,
,n
,,f tite would dare to depute It. nnd no
Capone ever had in his Chicago gang.” Oregon Normal School. A bulletin haa
He cited the injustices to the Negro Just been published by the State ctric Plant? Don't all speak at once. honpltal*. were under treatment for loHlnjc, and pay kMMt attention to i>nc above the mental average of the
dlHHbilltW’ M in Hrrvire origin. Prom a tho**? whnae vot«*a carry around In
and white working class by the Im­ Board of Higher Education describ­
moron would engage to refute It.
fiMhing llcenno up, the einierrlre m*»n
Vfl„t pociuxt.
perialistic administration and pointed ing the courses and announcing the
Continued Next Week
enriched
program
made
possible
thru
EARLY NEGRO CHURCH
J are exempt from paying any nort of a
out that the Communist party offered
Tho w/itnan «uffraglitA. the labor*
.license. Isn't It aiwnit time that he
the only solution to the world’s social the resources of the State College and
and economic problems. As the speak­ the Normal School being added to
The flrat Negro church organized ! f*“ " “ ;* ' hi,h' h " <>»*•. som ething to •“ *• •*• P ro h ib itio n is t, and the null-
hiN c i t i z e n n h i p and paid H o m o of h i « p r o h i h i t i o n l H t H never pin thelr perma*
er left the rostrum the audience those of the University of Oregon
f|nq lnK raull with
fa|,h ,,r
stood at attention and sang the Soviet Courses in home economics, secretar-1 •“ ,hls country wa* a Baptist churc» iown hl|ll? , am
hope In one party. The
DON’T SPEND YO U R M O N E Y
ial training and landscape gardening 1 organized at Silver Bluff, across the i the poor victim o f a misguided war
Internationale.
Cathidlr and the Jew would consider
The speaker outlined and elaborated ?.r®.am0n* . th.°",! ■dded tT! im ,hr> s ‘ a' " | Savannah river from August, Ga.. m|we are all in that category, only us
,a»or «levila must pay our «ivo bills. ** un outrage If any politician appealed W H E R E YO U C A N N O T W O R K !
on the Comunist platform which calls College. W ork will be offered In th
1773.
Just aikingk for Information, Glut's to them to vote the Republban or
for the granting of unemployment and evening. late afternoon and Saturday I
morning
from
the
following
additional
ail.
social Insurance at the expense of the
l>emo<f ntle th i t on tin icon* of r«( •
state and employers; Equal rights for departments of the three Institutions
or religion. Tho two great pnrtieA are
of
higher
learning:
anthropology,
ar­
I
nearly
forgot
to
mention
the
ad*
Negroes and self-determination for the
vice of one of the RpeakerM at the more or P ha ao evenly balanced, that
blac k belt and emergency relief for chitecture. art. bacteriology, biology,
convention, lie had been prainlngk the under normul clrcumAtiincoA, they go
the impoverished farmers. The pro­ business administration, drama, eco­
lekionnaireHK for Ihelr lily-white rec­ up and down like boyn playing at Aee*
gram also stresses the need for a nomics, education. English, French.
struggle against imperi-ilist war and ! <ff;" * raPhy. German, history, Journal-
ord a In not mixing In polltlcn*
Did Haw. Woe he to the Negro If he gninM
you know that? ’H’truth — they have
for the defense of the Chinese people *,sm' llbrarY methods, mathematics,
and of the Soviet union.
| music, physical education, political
not been mixing In politic*! Ye god« the everlaMlug di-MpIte of the victor-
Ford is an Alabaman whose father 1 sclence- psychology, public speaking,
and little fislu-H' If there I* any on « l*m* party by H?4?MBBtRg opposition
was lynched by a white mob In the Scandinavian, and sociology. The of-
thing the ex-service man has been do and antagonism.
Make friends with
south on the usual trumped up charge I flce of ,he Port**od Extension Center
lug. It Is Just that' And this speaker
n|,|,.M with votes so that when
of rape.
of the University of Oregon, the Ore-
told us that Ihe time had rmrni for
. ,, ..
..
,,,
He is a forceful and convincing * on sta,e College and the Oregon
him lo "get Into politics. " Ever since » » •
" ,h* r wl"
yo"
«speaker and no doubt won many oyer ! N'ormaI School Is at 814 Oregon Build-
they came home, the ex-service man 1° It* habitation. This policy certain-
I to his party.
j lag where catalogues are available up­
bus been shaping the politics of the l> has the approval of scriptural ad-
on request.
country. Anri I'd like to ask another y|rr
question
what hr.nd of politics rllrt
,
h,
t ho Republican
When skin is satiny, soft and
ho loarn while ho wa« In tho mud of
.
the
trenches
Dlrl
he
come
l.nck
full
•’t'"'?
espoused
the
helpless
N egros
light, then smiles beguile and your
of th*- politics of PEACE? Full of pro- cause. It freed him. made him a eltl-
beauty is alluring. Dr. Fred Pal­
mer’s Skin Whitener Ointment
test. against the awful slaughter for mn and gave him the bnllot. This hen-
softens and lightens the darkest
III" sake of filling the pockets of the ,.f ,c(,nc„ entailed a heavy debt of gra-
owner«
of munitionM faotorion and
....
« i t
skin, clears up pimples, blotches
Ship
ynr-ls and rabid, unholy news- “ *«»’>’ ■ This gratitude was accorded In
and tan marks, and does away with
A j U j CU u i a a + -f- +
paper a ? Do you a o o ex-HervIco men Full m o o H i i r o , proHMod down and run-
that ‘‘oily, shiny” look. Use this
<7
(Ttlfll nut)
crowding the ha lln in which A p o j ik o r H nlng over, a* long an the benefit lout
preparation regularly to make your
Approved b y the F o m lC o m m it-
aro pleading tho cauae of arbitration, attitude continued. “ Why did the lamb
skin soft, delicate and alluring.
of dlA&rmament? Do you hear them I ota Mary ao ; for Mary kivod tho
too o f Ilio Am erican M c «II« a I
This amazing Ointment is made in
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those other beauty aids you know
so well: Dr. Fred Palmer’s Skin
Whitener Soap, "Skin Whitener
Face Powder, Hair Dresser and
Hid Deodorant which may be had
at all drug stores for 25 cents each
or will be sent postpaid upon re­
ceipt of price. Dr. Fred Palmer’s
Laboratories, Dept. 4, Atlanta, Ua.
Send I t in stamps for a
generous trial sample o f
ihe Skin Whitener, Soap
. and Face Powder.
D R .FR E D PALM ER’S
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'K gK P S YOUR COMPLEXION YOUTHFUL*
Oscar DePriest
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SATURDAY, OCT. I
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EACH DAY’S
BEAUTY
CONTEST!
Bye* — eyes — eye»! Looking st you. Ap­
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Then use Camay, the Soap of Beautiful
Women, before you use powders and
creams. Camay— gentle, luxurious,
creamy- vnite — will give you the sweet,
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CAMAY
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prafHing the paoiflatH who do not
want any more of our boya blinded,
crippled, marie Innane thro Hindi
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tlon«.
This Woman Lost
64 Pounds of Fat
M r « . H . P ric e of W o o d a i d « , L . I.
w r i t e « : " A ye ar a go I w e i g h e d 190 lb «.
I sta rte d to take K r u e c h e n a nd n o w I
we ig h 126 and n ev er felt hott er In m y
life and w h a t ’« m or e , I look m ore I l k «
20 y r « . old t h a n the m o t h e r of 2 c h i l ­
d r en , one of 19 nnd the o t h e r 16. M y
frle n de e ay It ’« m a r v e lo u s the w a y I
r e d u c e d ."
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the m o r n i n g before b r e a k f a s t — d o n ’t
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take ch a n ce s— ba sure I t ’s K r u a c h a n .
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bottle— m o n a y back.
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¡wine make« the Aourent vinegar I I p
boat frlcnda make tho hlttoroat one*
mlr*A. Tho boat part of tho Republican
Tarty to which tho Negro ow e« a
debt of gratitude I a under the ground.
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