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BUILD Your Own COMMUNITY By Patronizing Your Naborhood Stores
JOHNSON DRUG CO.
We Fill Relief Prescriptions
WE. 0998 .. 1904 N. 24th St.
Now at Firestone Service Stores
20th and Harney invites you to (
come in and ask about the
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Ha. 2111 20th & Harney
BEER ON TAP
AMERICAN WEINER SHOP
2509 N. 24th, Street.
RED HOTS AND SHORT
TRY OTTR DOUBLE DECK
OMAHA POULTRY MARKET
1114 N. 24th St., We- 1100
FRESH EGGS. FRESH DRESSED
While You Wait
l_ I I I II II ■Lilli I I I'M | I
Do You Want Naturally Wavy
Affords Numerous Changes of
2422 N. 22—WE. 0846
Carl Rabes, Prop.
Refreshments and Lunch
2425 N. 24th Street, 24th and Lake
Phone JA- 9195 Omaha
OMAHA AUTO PARTS CORP.
2206 Cuming St. JA. 0019
S. J. Sindelar A. R. Thacker,
VONER and HOUSTON
2114 N. 24th St. JA-3543.
Every Day is Bargain Day Here
24th and LAKE STREETS
HARRIS & SON
Now Located at 1410 N. 24 Street
We wish to thank our patrons
for their patronage and hope to
continue to serve you.
NORTH SIDE TRANSFER
Long Distance Hauling
Moving and Storage
Phone WE 5656 2414 Grant St.
C- H. HALL
PHONE JA 8585 RES WE-1056
WE MOVE WITH CARE
Office: 1465 N 24th St. Omaha,
WHITES SERVICE STATION
Standard CHI Products
We repair tires
WHITE & NEWTON
24th and Grace St. JA. 8954
All Work Guaranteed
IT PAYS TO LOOK WELL
MAYO’S BARBER SHOP
Ladies’ and Childrens’ Work
2422 Lake Street.
The Place Where Good Fellows
MISS BERNICE GIVENS AND
HER POPULAR SONGS
2525 Erskine St. WE-5758 !
Sponsored and Supported by Public Spirted Northside Business Men for the Purpose of Creating Better Understanding
Between Merchants and Consumers an dfor the Purpose of Bringing Dircetly to You the Latest Price Quotations
ADDITIONAL CLASSES OPENING
AT NORTH SIDE Y. W. C. A.
The Advanced Opportunity School
vill open at the “Y” on Tuesday, Oc
;ober 1st at 7:30 P. M., Mrs. Lois
AT YOUR GROCER
2711 North 24th St.
Four classes in Catering open as
Wednesday, October 2—7:00 to 9:00
Thursday. October 3—1:00 to 4:00
Friday, October 4—9:00 to 12:00
(noon) 1:00 to 4:00 P. M.
Mrs. Helen Mahammit, Instructor.
All persons interested, Cfell WE
TOOK OFF 17 LB$7
OF UGLY FAT
HEEDED DOCTOR’S ADVICE
Mrs. Robert Hickey, Roseville,
Calif., writes: “My doctor prescribed
Kruschen Salts for me—he said they
wouldn’t hurt me in the least. I’ve
lost 17 lbs. in 6 weeks. Kruschen is
worth its weight in gold.’’
Mrs. Hickey paid no attention to
gossipers who said there was no
safe way to reduce. She wisely fol
lowed her doctor’s advice. Why don’t
Get a jar of Kruschen to-day (lasts
( weeks and costs but a trifle)
Simply take half teaspoonful in cup
»f hot water every morning. All
ft 24TH and LAKE STS. WE 5444 0
SATURDAY ONLY Q
ft BRING THIS AD TO THE STORE AND GET ft
ft THE FOLLOWING SPECIALS 0
ft SUGARG, 10 LBS.-..i.53c ft
ft CHASE & CANBORN COFFEE.. 22c ft
ft ROBERTS MILK, TALL CAN.. 5c ft
ft NAVY BEANS, PER LB. 5c ft
ft COMPOUND LARD, 2 IBS. 25c ft
ft MILLER CORN FLAKES, LARGE SIZE.8c ft
ft SALMON, TALL CAN. 10c ft
CRISP FRESH VEGETABLES DAILY
WE NOW FILL GOVERNMENT
LET US HELP YOU SELECT FOODS
PICNICS, LUNCHES, AND DINNERS
Get Your Relief Orders Filled at a
Store That Carries the Largest Line
of Fruits and Babv Beef at Popular
1 1 — ' " . —
Grant Street Pharmacy
PHONE WEbster 6100
Registered Pharmacist Prompt Delivery
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED
MIDAS ICE CREAM
P. J. Robinson, Mgr.
24th and Grant Streets Omaha, Nebr.
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The Pilgrim Baptist Choir sang
last Thursday evening in Dell Rapids,
as a special revival meeting was be- !
inb held there. They are to return
again this Thursday evening.
Special revival meeting is being
held at St. John Baptist Church 19th
to the 26th. Mrs. Susie Gaylord of
St. Paul, Minn., noted gospel singer
is in charge of the singing. <
Mrs. Mary Brown of Jackson,
Miss., is a visitor in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Harvey Mitchell.
Mr. James Maxley is spending his
vacation in New York City.
Tho three Jackson girls of Chicago
were here for a short visit with Mrs.
Etta Taylor last week.
Those having news will please get
in touch with Miss Francis Ander
son, 305 W. Bailey St.
EAT MILK-FED springers until bac
on comes down! 20c lb., dressed, j
drawn and delivered at Carey’s j
Naborhood Grocery. WE 6089.
_ _SEND~25c rO« TRUL SUt
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Dine — Dance
24th and Charles St.
Joseph Bowine, Mgr.
I made 1
my skin j
And now you, too, can have the joy of a
lighter, clearer skin—free from freckles,
pimples, blackheads, large pores, blotches.
Tonight at bedtime ju^t smooth on Nadi
nola Bleaching Cream—no massaging, no
rubbing. While you sleep it actually dis
solves dark pigment — for Nadinola is
double-acting. That’s why it gets results
where ordinary bleaches fail.
TEST Get Nadinola today at any toi
let counter or by mail postpaid,
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RISK cheerfully refunded. NADI
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Straighten Your Hair
Our newest product turns the most
stubborn kinky hair into soft lustrous
straight hair. Applied at home in a
few seconds. Costs but a few cents.
Write for free offer. CHEMCO PRO
DUCTS, 115 Harborview Avenue,
Stop Getting Up Nights
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To harmlessly flush poisons and
acid from kidneys and correct Irri
tation of bladder so that you can
stop “getting up nights” get a 35
cAHt package of Gold Medal Haarlem
Oil Capsules and take as directed
Other symptoms of kidney and blad-1
der weaknesses are scant, burning or |
TIRED, WO-RN OUT,
Y_TO W many
ju«t dragging them-1
selvei around, all
tilled out with peri
odic weakness and
pain? They sbotrtd
know that Lydia
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•Mrs. Dorsie Williams of Danville,
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We carry a full line of groceries and
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2531 Lake St. We. 0226
WITH EACH OIL CHANGE
WE GIVE A COMPLETE
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24 HOUR TOW IN AND
Walker Garage No. 5
24 and Lake Sts. Tel JA-7086
SHARPS AND FLATS
Have you noticed that all the
‘Cats’ are on rubber now, from
Model ‘T’ to high-powered Auburns,
“Flying Fannies”, “Leaping Lenas”
and “What Have You.” Guess Yours
Truly will have to get herself a
Tommy Douglas and his band
didn’t have much of a crowd to in
spire them at the Dreamland Monday
iught, but nevertheless, they really
played, and if you didn’t hear them,
you missed hearing a real good dance
band. Of course George Lee didn’t
show up but the band really didn’t
need him to ‘sell’ them so we
weren’t disappointed after all. ‘Little
Maxio Bailey’, the former director of
Gene Coy’s Orchestra, is now waving
his baton and dancing in his own in
imitable little way in front of
Tommy’s band. He did very nicely
in spite of the fact that he has been
with the band only a week. The
line-up of the band is as follows:
reeds, Tommy Douglas, Franz
Bruce and James Keith; brass,
James Ross, Sidney Miller, Edward
Johnson and Richmond Henderson;
rythm, Ben Curtis, Edward Phillips,
Robert Wilson and Effergee Ware.
Tho Synco Hi-Hatters of the J. B.
Cavern have a new member in their
band in the person of Rodrick Wil
liams, formerly of Gene Coy’s band,
who replaced George Crumbley, Oh,
by the way, Walter Harrold, who re
cently joined the ranks of the mar
ried says married life is just too
grand. (How Sweet).
With tears in his eyes, Shorty
Gray of the Dixie Ramblers has
been saying “Wedding Bells Are
Breaking Up That Old Gang of
Mine.” When asked how come? we
discovered that his best pal, Louie
Vann, has fallen in love with and
married a lovely little lady from,
Des Moines, formerly Miss Altha
Notice, Subscribers: If you don’t
get your paper by Saturday, 2 p. m.,
call Webster 1750. No reduction in
subscriptions unless request is com
American and Chinese Dishes
Kin# Yuen Cafe
2010 Zi N. 24th St. Jackson 8576
Open from 2 p. m. until 3 a. m.
For Dependable Service
White Eagle Oil
24th & Willis EL Carter, Mgr.
Courtesy Our Motto.
Bargains In Shoes
Children’s Shoes for 90o up.
Men’s and Ladies’ Shoes $1.98 up.
We appreciate relief orders as
well as cash’
I V - „ -ifcs,
1514 No. 24th Street
620 North Main St.
Excelsior Springs, Mo.
Sept. 23, 1935
To The Omaha Guide:
Having been ill for more than ten
years, and having tried numerous
doctors, I was finally advised to come
to this little health resort. I arrived
here on September 11, and was di
rected to one of the leading doctors
here, and through his careful advice
of the waters and treatments, I can
truthfully say on today, I am like a
I would like for others who are suf
fering to know of this wonderful
place. I can’t say too much for Ex
I am leaving here on tomorrow for
parts in Texas and Oklahoma and
hope to return soon to Omaha, a
L. N. Jamies,
2202 Burdette St.
To Use Ballot
Knoxville, Tenn., Sept. 12—(By O.
Taylor for ANP)—Since protests
in letter form have failed to stop
Judge Robert P. Williams from using
tho words “nigger” and “darky” in
referring to Negroes who come be
fore hirp for trial, local Negro citi
zens are planning to put a stop to
the practice by defeating the jurist
at the forthcoming election, accord
ing to a report circulated here.
Judge Williams, who is known for
his fairness in dealing with Negroes,
according to the report has frequent
ly used the opprobrious terms in his
courtroom and the San Juan Civic
Club, composed of some of the most
influential citizens of color, has
written him several letters asking
that he cease to use the words “nig
ger” and “darky”. The judge has ig
nored these letters and has continued
to use the terms. Other candidates
for the bench have been questioned
as to their attitude on the question
and each has declared himself as op
posed to such terms and a movement
will be launched to defeat Judge Wil
liams, unless he stops using the
words to which the Negro citizens
The San Juan Civic Club is head
ed by G. W< McDade, president, with
Dr. H. W. Green, chairman of the
executive committee and C. A. Cow
The N. A. A. C. P. is going to
give away a General Electric refrige
rator at a large gift carnival, Octo
ber 14. Watch for further details.
For Quick Results in getting the
things you want. Regain Love, bring
happiness to broken homes. Remove
evil from your surroundings, have
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Guaranteed to help you or your jnon
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6r the gfcfit book of Power. Daggett
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■Beautifully washed and returned just '• *
damp enough to IRON’, i.
Edholm & Sherman ||
LaDNDERER AND DRY CLEANERS j
2401 North 24th St. We 6055
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W. B. Jiff Company
Pompton Lakes, N J, Sept. 28.
—Joe Louis, the new heavy
weight knockout sensation, an
nounced today tlie appointment
of W. B. Ziff Co, as his repre
sentatives in negotiating with
national advertisers seeking h i s
The sensational rise of Louis
in heavyweight ranks during the
past year has made him a nation
al hero. His fistic accomplish
ments have spread his name and
fame across the sport pages of
every newspaper in the land. He
is America's idol, famed for his
fighting and for his personal hab
its of clean Lving an sportsman
“Joe Louis,” states B. G.
Davis, an official of the W. B.
Ziff Co., “is an advertising na
tural. His ability to sell himself
to the great American sporting
public means that his name can
effectively sell any worthwhile
produca to the consuming public.
Louis and his managers have in
structed us to negotiate adver
tising contracts only for those
products which Louis or liis
family actually uses. Those
products which have been en
dorsed by Joe Louis will be ad
vertised extensively over the air
and through the newspapers, and
in most cases the leading Negro
newspapers will receive a sub
stantial share of all such, adver
tsing appropriations, ”
Louis has already lent his
name to such quality products as
Fletcher’s Castoria, Esso Gaso
line, and others. He has turned
down fabulous sums offered to
him by cigarette and liquor
manufacturers , simply because
he uses neither product. Sever
al patent remedy and razor
manufacturers are seeking his
endorsement as well as a promi
nent manufacturer, who wishes
to introduce a Joe Louis Cigar.
The W. B. Ziff Co. is a nation
ally known advertising and pub
lishing firm of Chicago and New
York, having placed millions of
dollars worth of advertising in
Negro newspapers. The W. B.
Ziff Co. has been for a great
many years, and is today the na
tional advertising representative
of The Omaha Guide.
Wins In Contest
Mr. Jess Hutton, well known for
his musical ability, won first place
in one of the preliminary auditions,
Held in the Hotel Paxton. This ama
teur program is sponsored by the
American Legion. Among the con
testants were: Miss Em^ily Williams,
recent graduate of Tech Righ, ac
companied by Miss Christine Dixon,
Mr. Otha Carter, Mr. L. Gude, Miss
Gwendolyn Morris, all of which were
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