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154 THE CRISIS ADVERTISER

$60 A WEEK AND THIS FREE AUTOMOBILE

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EVERY AGENT CAN GET AN AUTO FREE NO CONTEST

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DEMONSTRATING TUB FURNISHED

Tub Guaranteed For Ten Years

You–yourself–can positively make $60 a week and get a Free Auto. I want men, hustling, energetic, ambitious fellows, anxious to make money, who are willing to work with me. Not for me, but with me. Are you that kind? I want you to advertise, sell, and appoint local agents for the biggest, most sensational sell in 50 years–the ROBINSON FOLDING BATH TUB. Demonstrating Tub Furnished. Here's an absolutely new invention–nothing like it. Makes instant appeal. Sells easily. Gives every home a modern up-to-date bathroom in any part of the house. No plumbing. no waterworks needed. Folds in small roll, handy as umbrella. Self-emptying positively unleakable. Absolutely guaranteed for 10 years. Remember, fully 70% of homes have no bath rooms.

Sensational Sales Successes

Two sales a day means $300 a month. Breeze, of Idaho, made $400 profit in 30 days. Rev. Otto Schulze, Mol., got $1600 to date. Buckholder, Mont., orders $1072 in 17 days. Hamlinton, of Wyo., made $60 first two days. Hundreds like that. Pleasant, permanent, fascinating work. Write a postcard. Let me write you a long letter. No experience needed, no capital. Your credit is good if you mean business. But you must be ambitious, you must want to make money. That's all. Write a postcard now. I want to pay you $60.00 every week.

H. S. ROBINSON, PRES. THE ROBINSON CABINET MFG. CO.

4293 Factories Building   TOLEDO, OHIO


Open July 1st   Closed September 10th

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Ocean House
Sea Isle, N. J.

THE OCEAN HOUSE

SEA ISLE CITY, N. J.

This hotel is right on the ocean front. It has wide porches, large conservatory dining room where


HOTEL WASHINGTON

First-class service for First-class people

3428 South Park Avenue, Chicago, Ill.


Telephones: Central 104-W
            Main 61

HARRY E. DAVIS

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW    NOTARY PUBLIC

1607 Williamson Building   Cleveland, Ohio


GEORGE A. DOUGLAS

Counselor-at-Law

800 Broad Street, Globe Building, Rooms 603 and 604

Office 'Phone, 3297 Mulberry

Residence 'Phone, 5277-M Market   NEWARK, N. J.


General Practice   Notary Public 

WILLIAM R. MORRIS

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW

1020 Metropolitan Life Building

Minneapolis    Minn.


BROWN S. SMITH

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW

Offices: Suite 802 Sykes Block

Near Third and Hennepin

Minneapolis   Minn.


Tel. 5437 Fort Hill    Cable Address, Epben

EDGAR P. BENJAMIN

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW 

34 School Street   Boston, Mass


Telephone Connections

W. Ashbie Hawkins   George W. F. McMechen

HAWKINS & McMECHEN

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW

21 East Saratoga Street   Baltimore, Md.


Telephone Central 3087

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Druggists' Specialties

Chemicals, Drugs and Pharmaceuticals

Write for Quotations

Room 612, 58 W. Washington St.  CHICAGO, ILL


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DR. KAPLAN, Inc.

OPTICIANS

531 Lenox Ave., New York


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Washes the hair off by dissolving it. Women fairly revel in the comfort and cleanliness of hair-free underarms.

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If you prefer, we will fill your order by mail if you write enclosing stamps or coin.

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A New Book by Dr. Du Bois

THE NEGRO

By W. E. BURGHARDT DU BOIS, author of "Souls of Black Folk," "Quest of the Silver Fleece," "Select Bibliography of the Negro American," etc.

This is the authentic romance of the black man. It is a history of him at once scholarly, earnest and eloquent. He is considered from the earliest times, and the thread of his fascinating story is followed in Africa, America, and wherever else is has appeared. To look at the Negro against the background of his history is to see him in a light fairer than that in which most Americans have seen him.

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THE CIVIL WAR By F. L. Paxson

LATIN AMERICA By W. R. Shepherd

VICTORIAN LITERATURE By G. K. Chesterton

GERMANY OF TODAY By Charles Tower

EURIPIDES AND HIS AGE By Gilbert Murray

UNEMPLOYMENT By A. C. Pigou

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