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NOTE—Your question printed free in this column. For private
reply send 25c and (self addressed stamped envelope for my New
Astrological Reading and receive by return mail my advice on three
questions free. Sign your full name, birthdate and ccrect address.
Address Abbe’ Wallace. P. O. Rox—11. Atlanta, Georgia.
E. T- Y.—Please tell me if my
husband and I will do any good
In business here? Should I fol
low my mind to do something else?
Ans: Success will come SLOW
but if you work hard you will ev
entually get on your feet again. If
you feel you could better yourself
by following some other field of
LABOR, then why don’t you try
It for at least a while.
D. E. B.—I have a problem that
puzzles mother and me I have been
going with a man somewhat older
than myself for about a month. Ha
says he likes me a lot and also
likes my little girl. Will we marry ?
Ans: Not any time soon.the
man is STILL MARRIED to an
other girl. It is quite evident that
he enjoys your frienrship. It is my
belief that marriage hasn’t entered
his head. Don’t become serious un
til he gets a divorce from his wife.
L, B- J.—I have faith in you for
you have helped me before- Tell
me if the man I love will come back i
Into my life and make me happy?
Ans: He isn’t going to enter your
life again.be is HAPPILY
MARRIED to someone else. Don’t
continue to grieve over this love
affair, but got it off and look around
for new companionship.
D. K. P.—Will the old stork vi
sit our place and bring a little baby
for us to play with?
An«: Before many years have
passed yon will have! been visited
by the old bird. While ou are wait
ing open a SAVINGS ACCOUNT
in your local bank so that you wiU
be prepared for the visitor when
PARKS’ ICE & FUEL CO.
We feature package fuel,kind
ling, coai of aH k'nds, kerosene
W* C. Parks, prop
2406 Blondo Street
F E- L.—Shou'd I stay at h«>m<'!
and try to be a nurse or what is
the thing for me to d°? I want
peace and happiness
Ans: Don’t QUIT YOUR JOB
to stay at home and try to get a
case to go on. You have regular
employment! and utifytss you ge.)
out of work, don’t think of giving
lip what you have to begin nursing.
Y ou can’t be happy and live peace
fully unless you are working.
O. P. H.—I wonder if the medicine
the lady was telling me about be
best but still 1 am a little afraid to
risk it? What must I do?
Ans: Consiflt with a doctor and
'Qavei the, rtmedy off tl|it( y< ^ r
friend recommended. She wants to
help you and "would do nothing to
hurt you but a physician is better
qualified to prescribe for you than
L- L- B.—Why doesn’t father
give my mother part of his income.
Will things be better?
Ans: Condilions will be better for
you and the change will take place
by careful handling of the MONEY
your father makes. He feels that
he can stretch it farther than your
mother and since he is the provir
er it is his privilege to spend it
himself. He doesn’t squander any.
A- B,—Can I get the land that
my husband left and what should
I d° to get the thing straightened
Ans: Put your case in the hands
of a good lawyer.if you have
a just claim you will certainly be
benefited by bringing the claim up.
I)o this before it is too late.
K- C K.—Will you please tell me
what sex carried the garments I
missed off ? That is all I want to
Ans Female. boeause she is
in need of the articles.
EMPTY garage, 2 furnished rooms,
2716 N. 28th Ave. WE 5549.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
2 ROOM kitchenette apt. AT 5576
3 furnished apartments. WE
25th and Blondo, 5 room house, $6
per week—2 room apt. $3.50 per
week, utilities furnished, except
APARTMENT, employed couple,
ROOMS FOR RENT
Furnished Rooms—WE 2328.
ROOM 2432 Grant WE 4393
FURNISHED room. 2235 Grant St.
FURNISHED room for man only
NEATLY furnished rooms. WE
APT. to a couple or two men. 2280
FURNISHED room AT 2523
ROOM—workng couple WE 6421
Front Room for rent. 1816 Nicho
9 ROOM: modern house $30 per
month. 2522 Maple Street.
NICE furnished room, WE 2682.
FOR RENT—Love’s Kitchenette
Apartments, 2516-18 Patrick, or
2613 Grant st. Call We. 6553.
MODERN room for right party,
married or single Phone Webster
6728, 2718 No. 28th Ave.
JTANKLJN furnbb»u niitni
apartments, 2214 No. 21-t St_
Apply 1711 Cuming SI
NICE room in quiet home, near
carline- WE 2085
2 rooms in modern home. Rent to
gether or separatly. AT 6827,
FOR ECONOMIC and comfort of
living try DIXON APTS., AT
SUITE of three ro"ms, modem
2920 No- 25th, WE 5734
AUTOMOBILE Trunk for sale WE
PERRY AND SON, Transfer, 2624
Caldwell, AT 0114.
SHOE REPAIR SHOPS
YOUR OWN — LAKE SHOE
SERVICE NONE BETTTER:
2407 Lake Street.
FRANK STUTO, Shoe Repairing
while you wait. 2420'/2 Cuming
SALESLADY—Over 30, Sales abil
ity. Personality, connections im
portant. Write for interview. The
Omaha Guide, 2418 Grant St.
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Cream, Hair Dressing, Tonics,
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Low. Free catalog. Dept. A, Nation
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AGENTS—10 daily selling Negro
Dolls. Write, National Co., 163
West 126th St., N. Y
Send 10c for six mo. subscription
to interesting magazine, Movie
News and Pictures. Box 462,
COLORED RACE ONLY. Nation
wide social letter club: new
friends, romance; strictly confi
dential. Particulars free. KIS
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AGENTS — Sell Emperor Haile
Selassie Picture, (Sample 26c).
Negro Dolls, Flappers, African
League, 264 W. 135th St., New
MAKE $10 daily selling Negro
dolls, pictures. National Co., 166
W. 126th St., New York City.
for rubber work gloves as side
line to retail trade. Liberty Rub
ber Glove Col. Winona. Man.
AMONG OUR RACE
I* _/ **
William Stuart Nelson who will
be forr ^ ly inaugur(7>V. )as the
first colored president of Dillard
university, Friday, April 9th. The
inauguaUon will be featured with
a perloj of festival Including a
drama festival, the Lower Mississ
ippi Valley Music Festival and dra
ma and music conferences.
Raymond Pace Alexander
Noted Philadelphia lawyer who
includes horseback riding among
his diversions, and is also an ex
cellent swimmer- Mr- Alexander is
now in his 14th year of practice In
the Philadelphia and Pennsylvania
courts, JLast year he moved his
palatial offices in his own modern
office building, 1900 Chestnut street
He is a Harvard man, and his wife,
Mrs. Sadie Tanner Mossed Alex
ander, is ids partner and the hold
er of the ph. D. degree from the
University of Pennsylvania.
»cpt. O. Jersey City, It L_
DR. PROYER LUCKY
TALISMAN OF THE ORIENT
Jinx Removing Incense 25c
JOHN THE CONQUEROR
Lucky oil believed to prevent
evil, misfortune; to attract
good luck, happiness and pros
Send 25c for Jinx Removing
Branch-Japo Oriental Incense
Co-, 2419 Seward St, Omaha.
Nebraska- Mail orders given
Mrs. Morrow', 27th and Hamilton,
who recently underwent an oper
ation at the Methodist hospital, has
returned to her home.
Mr. John F, Thomas, father of
Mrs Morrow', is confined to h*s
bod with rheumatism.
Mrs, A- EUis, 3412 Evans St.,
fell on a street car and sprained
her ankle- She wras carried to the
homo of her daughter, 2523 Maple
street She will stay there until she
Is able to be carried home<
Mr. and Mrs. Kimbrough, 37th
and Dodge streets, are convalescing
Mr. Archie Stewart, 2618 No. 27
street, is a victim of Influenza.
Mrs. Alice Patton, 2510 Patrick
avenue, is suffering from bronchit
Mr and Mrs, Bowden, 2714 Yates
are victims of bronchitis.
Mrs. G. Talison, 1110 No. 22nd
street is convalescing from influen
Mrs. Peoples, 2628 Grant street
is a victim of sinusitis.
Mrs. Middleton, 2122 No. 26th
street, is recovering from hyper
tension and influenza
Mrs- Slaughter, 1008 No. 26th
street, and her children have been
victims of influenza.
Mrs, Willie Crawford, 1610 N°
26th street, is recovering from La
Mrs. Smith, 2614 Q street, is re
covering from injuries received in
a fall on the Ice.
Mr. W. F. Lewis, who has been
ill, is able to be out.
Corporal A. D, Nunn, of the
25th Infantry, Ft- Huachuca, Ariz,
visited Sgt. and Mrs. G- E. Bivens.
The Pick Up dub met at the home
of Mrs, Joiner, 27th and Parker
25 were present Thus club is doing
excellent work In spite of the cold
weather. Encouraging remarks were
made from various persons present
which were enjoyed very much. Mr.
Jones, a visitor, made a very nice
talk and everyone was pleased to
hear him. The hostess served a
The next meeting will be held at
the home of Mrs. Moore, 2206 No.
28th avenue.. Wo are looking for a
large number to be present
Mrs. Johnson, 4826 So. 26th St.,
is suffering from influenza and ar
Mrs. Buffkins, 2507 Burdette
Sfc. returned to her home from the
hospital on January 19th. We are
glad to know she is getting along
I harry brown
COAL AND ICE
20th & Grace St. WE 1560
JUST WE SOCIAL CLUB
Th© club m©t at the residence of
JcsstQ Vann, 2403 No. 22nd St.,
Thursday Jan. 21st witji the pre
sident, Mrs. Edith Todd, presiding
A program was rendered by th©
hostess, Mrs- Vann, Those present
were: Maud Ray, Topeka, Kas.; L
Harris, Amanda Jenkins and Be'l
Taylor, Tho club donated a bush©l
of apples to th© Old Folks Homo
and $2.00 to Zion Raptlst church
Mother Harper, Grace street, suf
fered a stroke th© past Saturday.
Privates Jam©s Lockett and Jose
ph Davis, of the Headquarters, 10th
Calvary, Ft Leavenworth, Kas, have
been transferred to Ft. Omaha
Mrs. Taylor, 28th and Charles
streets, has been quite 111.
Mr, and Mrs. Jackson, 969No,
27h street, ill.
Mrs. Pauling and son, 2718 Se
ward, who were ill, nr© improving.
Sterling Jones, 2213 Grace St.,
is confined to his home due to ill
ness. He has been ill for about 30
Mrs. Ethel Marrow, 2038 Ham
ilton St-, ihome fr<>m the hospital
after after having «n operation.
She is getting along nicely.
Mrs. E. Edward, 2213 Grace St.,
and children are getting along fine
after being ill with severe colds,
The Elite Cigar Store
Direct Wire On All Sports
Ladies Especially Invited
Eugene McGill, Mgr. HA4225.
2314 N. 24th St. j
Ray L, Williams, A*ty.
Tuchman Bldg. 24th and Lake
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
In the County Court of Douglaf
In the matter of the estate of
MILLIE ANDERSON, deceased.
All persons interested in said
matter ar« hereby notified thai
on the 20th day of January, 1937
W. L. Myers filed a petition In said
County Court, praying that his final
administration account filed herein
he settled and allowed, and that he
bo discharged from his trust ns ad
ministrator and that a hearing will
be had on said petition before said
Court on the 13th day of Fobrauary
1937, and that If you fail t» appear
before said Court on the said 13th
day of February 1937 at 9 o’clock
a. m. and contest said petition, the
Court may grant said petition, en
ter a decree of heirship, and make
such other and further orders, al
lowances and doeees, as to this
Court seem proper, to the end that
all matters pertaining to said estate
may be finally settled and deter
In the County Court of Douglas
In the matter of the estate of
IIATTIE KITCHEN, deceased.
All persons Interested In said
matter nre hereby notified that
a petition has been filed in said
Court, praying for the probate of
a certain instrument now on file in
said Court, purporting to be the
last will and testament of said de
ceased, and that a hearing will be
had on said petition before said
Court on the 13th day of February,
1937 and that if they fail to ap
pear at said Court on the said 13th
day of February, 1937 at 9 o’clock
a. m., to contest the probate of said
will, the Court may allow and pro
bate said will, the Court may allow
and probate said will nd grant ad
ministration of said estate to
Charles B- Kitchen or some other
suiable person, enter a degree of
heirship and proceed t«y a settle
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