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The continued growth of The Crisis necessitates the extension of our field force, and we need representatives in all cities to establish sub-agencies and look after renewals.
If you can spare a few hours each month to look after our interests in your city, we can make you a proposition that will interest you. The work is dignified as well as profitable.
ADDRESS BUSINESS MANAGER
THE CRISIS, 26 Vesey Street, NEW YORK
Mention The Crisis.
The TESTING FIRE
By ALEXANDER CORKEY
Author of "The Victory of Allan Rutledge"
Is the Sanest Story Ever Written on the Race Problem
It is the first story ever written on the race question, by a white man, that is not antagonistic to the colored race.
EVERY FREEDMAN SHOULD READ IT
Through its pages runs a sweet romance, but it is more than a love story. It is a novel of uplift, accomplishment and promise.
No one Interested in the Race Question Should Miss It Price $1.25 Net; Postage 10 Cents Extra
The H.K. FLY COMPANY, Publishers
NEW YORK CITY
This book is for sale in the Book Department of THE CRISIS,
26 Vesey Street, New York
YOUR LOCAL PRINTER
may be able to do your ordinary printing, but your business and personal stationery, wedding invitations, calling cards, pamphlets, etc., require that particular attention which our experience and facilities afford you.
As first-class printers in New York City, we are subject to the most exacting demands, since new designs and type formations must be constantly originated to satisfy a large clientèle of most discriminating patrons.
We refer you to Mr. Condé Nast, of Vogue; we print The Crisis.
Write for samples and special quotations.
ROBERT N. WOOD, Printing and Engraving
202 EAST 99th STREET
'Phone 6667 Lenox
Mention The Crisis
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