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The CRISIS ADVERTISER 

LEGAL DIRECTORY

Telephones: {Central 104-W Main 61
HARRY E. DAVIS 
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
1607 Williamson Building 
NOTARY PUBLIC
Cleveland, Ohio

Office L. D. Telephone 3297 Market
Residence L. D. Telephone 5227-M Market
GEORGE A. DOUGLAS
COUNSELOR-AT-LAW
Rooms 613-614, Metropolitan Building
113 Market St., Cor. Washington, Newark, N.J. 

General Practice Notary Public
WILLIAM R. MORRIS
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR-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. 

GEORGE W. MITCHELL
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
908 Walnut Street
Philadelphia Pa.

Tel. 5437 Fort Hill  Cable Address, Epben
EDGAR P. BENJAMIN
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR-AT-LAW
34 School Street  Boston, Mass.

Telephone Connection
W. Ashbie Hawkins  George W.F. McMechen
HAWKINS & McMECHEN
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
21 East Saratoga Street Baltimore, Md. 

PERSONAL CARDS

Telephone 5277 Morningside
DR. GERTRUDE E. CURTIS
SURGEON DENTIST
188 W. 135th Street  New York City

WILLIAM L. BELL  ERNEST W. KING
Associate Architects
300 Odd Fellow Bldg. ATLANTA, GA.

J. E. ORMES
ACCOUNTANT
Audits  Systems
Business Information by mail. Open for
engagements July and August
Box 25, Wilberforce University
Wilberforce, O.

REGALIA

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A Race Enterprise
Manufacturing Badges,
Banners and Supplies
for all Fraternal and 
Church Societies. Catalog
upon request.
CENTRAL REGALIA CO.
Jos. L. Jones, Pres.
N. E. Corner 8th and Plum Streets, Cincinnati, Ohio

LADIES!
$2.40 -- Per Day -- $2.40
Selling our high-grade Food Flavoring.
Saucepan Free with each order. 
W. HENRY ELMORE, JR.
510 Carolina Street Chattanooga, Tenn.

Learn the S. T. Taylor System
of Garment Cutting, Dressmaking, Ladies' Tailoring, Millinery,
Embroidering and Designing. Prepare yourself to
earn a large salary. The only system which will make its
drafts so accurately that fitting is practically unnecessary. 
Terms reasonable; Spring term just opened. Write for
catalogue. 

S. T. TAYLOR SCHOOL AND PATTERN PARLORS
Mrs. Maybel B. Evans, Prin. 132 E. Long St., Columbus O. 

A Base Ball Jersey 
Without a Cent of Cost to You
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I give you a very fine pure
wool sweater; double collar
and cuffs, your choice of color. 
Just handle for me your club's 
spring order for baseball 
goods--at a special discount,
and this jersey is yours. Send
for complete catalog of my best
grade sporting goods, at whole-
sale prices--basketball, baseball,
tennis, golf, etc. Write me now. 
JACK SHANNON CO. 
Dept. 25, 54 E. Monroe St., Chicago

I NEED BRANCH MANAGERS
for my world-wide mail-order business.
Operate from your home. 
Spare time. You should make $50 weekly. Experience
unnecessary. C. A. BUTLER, 350 Factories, TOLEDO, OHIO

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FREE TAILOR BOOK
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Make $35 to $65 a week showing
this great Tailor-Book.
Goods so much finer and prices
so much lower, everyone sees
the difference at a glance. 
Special Offer
To prove our unequalled quality, 
we will let you order at the 
wholesale price, a Sample Suit or
even a pair of pants as low as $2.25
--and no extra charges even for the 
biggest peg top styles. You can
now make more quick money and buy your
own fine tailored clothes cheaper than you ever thought possible, 
We prepay the charges on every order and don't keep a cent of 
any customer's money unless he is well pleased. Let us send you 
this fine sample outfit and show you how to take the most perfect
measures for the finest tailoring on the market. Write us today. 
The Chicago Tailors' Association
Dept. 237, Van Buren and Market Sts., CHICAGO

Mention THE CRISIS
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A Selected List of Books
These prices do not include postage. Postage extra.
HOUSE BEHIND THE CEDARS. (Charles W. Chesnutt)....$1.50
HAZEL. (Mary White Ovington)....1.00
THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF AN EX-COLORED MAN. (Anonymous).... 1.20 
LYRICS OF LOWLY LIFE. (Paul Laurence Dunbar).... 1.25
THE MARROW OF TRADITION. (Charles W. Chesnutt)....1.50
THE SPORT OF THE GODS. (Paul Laurence Dunbar)....1.50
NORRIS WRIGHT CUNEY. (Maud Cuney Hare)....1.50
A NARRATIVE OF THE NEGRO. (Leila Amos Pendleton)....1.50
SOULS OF BLACK FOLK. (W.E.B. Du Bois)....1.25
RACE ADJUSTMENT. (Kelly Miller)....2.00
HISTORY OF THE NEGRO. (B.G. Brawley)....1.25
HALF A MAN. (Mary White Ovington)....1.00
MIND OF PRIMITIVE MAN. (Franz Boas)....1.50
AFTERMATH OF SLAVERY. (William Sinclair)....1.50
JOHN BROWN. (W.E.B. Du Bois)....1.25
NEGRO IN AMERICAN HISTORY. (J.W. Cromwell)....1.25
PRINCE HALL AND HIS FOLLOWERS. (George W. Crawford)....1.00
LIBERIA. (Fredrick Starr)....1.00
FACTS OF RECONSTRUCTION. (John R. Lynch)....1.50
STORY OF THE NEGRO. 2 Volumes. (Booker T. Washington)....3.00
MASTERPIECES OF NEGRO ELOQUENCE. (Alice Moore Dunbar, Editor)....2.50
POEMS OF PAUL LAURENCE DUNBAR....2.00
THE AFRICAN ABROAD. 2 Volumes. (William H. Ferris)....5.00
AFRO-AMERICAN FOLKSONGS. (H.E. Krehbiel)....2.00
OUT OF THE HOUSE OF BONDAGE. (Kelly Miller)....1.50
THE COLORED INVENTOR. (Henry E. Baker).....15
A CHILD'S STORY OF DUNBAR. (Julia L. Henderson).....25

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