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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
BEER ON TAP
AMERICAN WEINER SHOP
2509 N. 24th, Street.
RED HOTS AND SHORT
TRY OUR DOUBLE DECK
OMAHA POULTRY MARKET
1114 N. 24th St., We. 1100
FRESH EGGS, FRESH DRESSED
While You Wait.
Do You Want Naturally Wavy
Affords Numerous Changes of
2422 N. 22—WE. 0S46
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 r,nd HOUSTON
2114 N. ?4D 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: 1405 N 24th St. Omaha,
WHITES SERVICE STATION
Standard Oil 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
An autornatic fur coat cleaning de
vice has been invented, a garment
that is hung on a form in a tight
closet being subjected to a jet of
compressed air as the form is re
volved, the loosened dust being re
moved by a vacuum attachment.
Mothers—Let your boys be Guide
newsboys. Send them to the Omaha
Guide Office, 2418-20 Grant Street.
Took off 17 lbs.
OF UGLY FAT
HEEDED DOCTOR’S ADVICE
Mrs. Robert Hickey, Roseville,
CaJir., 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 w«%ht 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
YOU? * 1
Get a jar of Kruschen to-day (lasts
4 weeks and costs but a trifle),
■simply take half teaspoonfnl in cup
af hot water every morning. All
War Inconceivable In
Europe Says Frank
New York, Oc. 6—(ANP)—A
European war is inconceivable,
says Prank b. Kellogg, former
secretar yof state and co-author
of the Kellogg-Briand peace pact,
whose resignation as a world
court judge was announced last
“Europe hasn’t, forgotten the
last war,’’ Kellogg declared.
“There is more talk about war in
this country than in all the news
papers of Europe.’’ He asserted
his resignation from the world
court had nothin gto all to do
with the Italo-Ethiopian situa
I Herman’s M ~rket
24TH and LAKE STS.WE 5444 0
SATURDAY ONLY 8
BRING THIS AD TO THE STORE AND GET X
THE FOLLOWING SPECIALS 0
SUGARG, 10 LBS. ___ 53c ft
CHASE & CANBORN COFFEE... 52c ft
ROBERTS MILK, TALL CAN.____5c ft
NAVY BEANS, PER LB.. 5c ft
COMPOUND LARD, 2 IBS. __55c ft
MILLER CORN FLAKES, LARGE SIZE.8c ft
SALMON, TALL CAN.. 10c ft
CHAMPIGN CIGAR STORE
DIRECT WIRE ON ALL SPORT EVENTS
JA. 4777 Ladies Welcome 2047 No. 24
24th and Seward
And Now We Have The
GOOD OLD HAMM’S BEER
» ON TAP
FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE—Free Special Delivery Service
VIcMANIGAL & PRESTON, Props. JAckson 8054
AMERICAN MEMORIAL CO.
Twentieth & Cumings St.
MONUMENTS AND MARKERS
PHONE ATlantic 4927 All Work Guaranteed
“We hare served your friends”—Ask them
TII MMAN iROS
The North-Side’s Largest “Food Market.”
Lowest Prices on Quality Foods
^ aVv^.N • %* ' S/. s,.- /f '*«,/ *
WE-0402 24th and LAKE
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
, i|l? .. /
Fees Eat Up Assets
Of Chicago Bank
Chicago, Oct. 5—(ANP)—Although
depositors, the majority of them Ne
groes, have never received a “divi
dend”, Master-in-Chancery Louis J.
Behan, attorney for the receiver of
the Roosevelt-Bankers State Bank on
47th street, has collected $15,000 in
fees, investigations disclosed this
week. In addition, some $59,000 has
been spent here for “clerk hire and
miscellaneous expense” since the
bank closed five years ago.
When the bank closed, depositors
were owed $1,268,300.79. Although
nothing has been paid to depositors,
the bank’s remaining assets after five
years of receivership have a current
book value of only $801,626.63.
EAT MILK-FED springers until bac
on comes down! 20c lb., dressed,
drawn and delivered at Carey’s
Naborhood Grocery. WE 6089.
Dine — Dance
24th and Charles St.
Joseph Bowine, Mgr.
And now you, too, can have the joy of a
lighter, clearer skin—free from freckles,
pimples, blackheads, large pores, blotches.
Tonight at bedtime just 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 Nadinola today at any toi
let counter or by mail postpaid,
AT OUR 50c. If not delighted, money
DICK cheerfully refunded. NADI
NOLA, Box N-19, Paris, Tenn.
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
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
cent package of Gold Medal Haarlem
Oil Capsules and take as directed
Other symptoms of kidney and blad
der weaknesses are scant, burning or
TIRED, WORN OUT,
just dragging them
selves around, ail
tired out with peri
odic weakness and
pain? They should
know that Lydia
E. Pinkham’s Tab
lets relieve peri
odic pains ana dis
comtort. bmall size only z 5 cents.
♦Mrs. Dorsie Williams of Danville,
Illinois, says, “I had no ambition
and was terribly nervous. Your Tab
lets helped my periods and built me
up.” Try them next month.
We carry a full line of groceries and
Fresh Vegetables. Give us a Trial.
2531 Lake St. We. 0226
WITH EACH OIL CHANGE
WE GIVE A COMPLETE
No Extra Charge
24 HOUR TOW IN AND
Walker Garage No. 5
24 and Lake Sts. Tel JA-708C
SHARPS AND FLATS
Ted Summett of the J. B. Ca
vern, always has the latest thing in
steel guitars. He now has the new
est invention, a very scall guitar that
is attached to a P. A. system, which
carries its softest tones above all
other instruments and can be heard
in any large hall. So you see Ted is
quite up to date. I guess some of the
other ‘Cats’ will be buying new in
«I wonder what the S. H. musicians
will be doing now since they all re
ceived a raise.
Paul Hayes says he’s ‘on the wa
gon’! What wagon, Paul? Not you!
Dick Lewis is quite an ideal young
man, he even brings his little girl to
school at the Center every morning.
Dick Butler blew in town this
week, and he had a mellow Chrysler
too, but it seems he had quite an
accident about thirty miles out of
town, wihich spoiled the beauty of
his car. Same old ‘C Sharp’, but he
has a very good band in Minneapolis
and came here looking for ‘Cats’ who
want to leave home, and come back
with 1935 Chryslers.
Gregg and Hazel formerly of Jes
sie’s Tavern have been playing night
ly at the Show Boat.
Australia’s population in the ypar
ending March 31, increased 48,000
it has been officially estimated, the
total at that date being placed at
6,716,000, of whom 3,406,000 were
males and 3,310,000 females.
To protect automobiles left out of
doors from rain an Arkansas man
has invented waterproof curtains
wound on spring rollers to be
mounted on car roofs and drawn
down and hooked to the bumpers
and running board when needed.
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
King Yuen Cafe
2010,/i N. 24th St. Jackson 8576
Open from 2 p.m. until 3 a. m.
For Dependable Service
White Eagle Oil
24th & Willis E. Carter, Mgr.
Courtesy Our Motto.
Bargains In Shoes
Children’s Shoes for 90c up.
Men’s and Ladies’ Shoes $1.98 up.
We appreciate relief orders as
well as cash
1514 No. 24th Street
✓ —— ——- '
DENY THAT WHITES
FIRED ON NEGRO
New York, Oct. 5—Statements'
from Arkansas, published by
daily newspapers ,to the effect
that a group of white men
“thought to be members of the
Southern Tenant Farmers’ Union,
fired on Negroes working in
fields”, were branded as false to
day by Norman Thomas. Mr.
Thomas declared that the news
stories were part of a pTot to split
the interracial solidarity of the
Southern Tenant Farmers’ Union,
which has never drawn the color
line, which has about fifty per
cent Negro members, and which
has colored and white officers,
on a strike. The union claims
cotton pickers are now getting
as low as 20 cents a hundred
pounds. The strikers are asking
$1.00 per hundred pounds. Mr.
“The attempt of newspaper
dispatches to indicate that white
cotton pickers on strike are fir
ing on colored cotton pickers who
are loyal to the plantation own
ers is a gross misrepresentation
of the situation in Arkansas. In
all America there ha not been
such fine and spontaneous co
operation of the races as in east
ern Arkansas. Tthe Southern
Tenant Farmers’ Union is at least
50 percent colored. Several of its
most vigorous leaders are color
ed men; its vice president is a
colored man, E. B. McKinney.
What we have is an orderly strike
by the worst exploited workers in
America against wages that have
gone as low as 20c per hundred
for cotton picking. In the face
of threatened strike I believe
there was a raise to 40c minimum
an d75c maximum. This is a star
vation price. Hence the strike of
the exploited serfs. They have not
been shooting; they have been
shot at by the riding bosses and
other armed terrorists of the
plantations. They have been as
rested on false pretexts. The sym
pathy of decent people must be
on the side of the strikers.’’
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
Money, Jobs, Success and Happiness,
Guaranteed to help you or your mon
ey back. Thousands are amazed over
quick results . Send now only $1.00
for the great book of Power. Daggett
Plb. Co., Dept. 20, 3430 Rhodes Ave.,
Beautifully washed and returned just
damp enough to IRON.
Minimum bundle 48c
Edholm & Sherman
LAUNDERER AND DRY CLEANERS
2401 North 24th St. We 6065
MEN’S SUITS I
ZORIC CLEANED I
CASH AND CARRY I
EMERSON LAUNDRY I
and ZORIC DRY CLEANERS I
2324 North 24th Street WEbster 1029 I
CCC Camp Announce
Drive For Men
Robert Fechner, Director of Emer
gency Conservation Work, has an
« nounced that a new Civilian Con
servation Corps enrollment replace
ment program was initiated on Oc
tober 1 for the purpose of maintain
ing the Civilian Conservation Corps
at a strength of 500,000. It is antici
pated that more than 100,000 young
men and war veterans will be enroll
ed by the War Department during the
month of October.
A rduction in the age limits for
CCC junior enrollees, which will per
mit the enrollment of physically fit
youths of seventeen, was also an
nounced by the Director. This change
in the regulations is expected to sub
stantially increase the number of
families removed from public relief
rolls through the enrollment of a
son in the Civilian Conservation
Corps. The Department of Labor,
which selects young men for the COC
camps, has reported to Director Fech
ner that at least 40,000 youths of
seventeen are eligible for enrollment
under regulations providing that en
rollees com from families on public
Prior to the present change, the
age limits for young men desiring to
enter the CCC were from eighteen to
twenty-eight. Now men from seven
ten to twenty-eight are eligible. There
are no age or martial restrictions for
the World War Veteran’s group.
Former enrollees who are eligible un
der the age restrictions and who
were given honorable discharges from
the Corps after serving at least four
months are eligible to enroll again if
they come from families now on re
lief lulls. !
Prior to the adoption of the new
regulations reducing the age limit,
for CCC youths, the Department of
Labor conducted a survey, through
CCC state directors of selection, to
determine the age distribution of tht
213,377 juniors selected for enroll
ment during the June 15—August 31
expansion enrollment program. This
survey disclosed that more than 75
percent of the 213,377 juniors enroll
j ed in the Corps were in the twenty
' one-year-old-or under age group. Of
the total number, 74,153 were eigh
teen. 40,289 were nineteen!; 26,718
were twentyand20,423 were twenty
Preliminary instructions directing
the various Army Corps commanders,
to begin the enrollment of new men
on October 1 have been sent out by
the War Department to each of the
nine corps areas. The Department of
Labor has sent out instructions to
State directors of selection advising
them of the changes in regulations
and directing them to arrange for the
selection of men for the October en
Posses Hunts In
Swamp for Fugitive
Rosedale, Ark., Oct. 5—(ANP)
A well armed posse last week
combed the swamp regions adja
cent to the Mississippi river near
Arkana City for Will Brown, 55,
charged wtih criminally assault
ing a nine year old white girl.
Brown is believed to have been
wounded by shotgun pellets when
he was almost overtaken by a
group of searchers.
A Baby For You?
If you are denied the blessing of a
baby of your own and yearn for a
baby’s arms and a baby’s smile, do
not give up hope. Just write in con
fidence to Mrs. Mildred Ow’ens, Dept,
j M512, Hanan Bldg., Kansas City.
Mo., and she will tell you about a
simple home method that helped her
after being denied 15 years. Many
others say this has helped bless their
lives. Write now and try for this
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