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PrT PAYS TO ADVERSE—
IT PAYS TO SHOP
For whatever you have to sell, oi!
for whatever you want to buy—
IN THESE COLUMNS ‘
8 RoOm House for 2 Families. Ali
Modem. $25.00 pet month- Available
to Party able to buy furnishings at
$250-00 cash. 2204 Maple Street
Call evenings JA. 6416 One Apart
ment Now Rented for $25.00 Per
HELP WANTED COLORED
WANTED EXPERIENCE DISH
WASHER. GOOD WAGES AT
THE MAYFLOWER CAFE. 29th
ST. AND PARK AYE.. HA. 7222.
WANTED A WAITRESS AT 1402
North 24th Street.
WANTED: Licensed Janitor, Good
Salary, 3 Room Apt. furnished Call
Ruder, AT. 8927.
A £ Room House, modern except
heat. In good condition. Will sell
•t a Reasonable Price. Call—
•OR RENT —
<t a reasonable price to the ri^ht
party. 2 centrally located, modern
■tore rooms at 24th and Maple. A
fine location for a Drug store.
Beauty Culture Parlor, or Shoe Re
For further information call AT.
• Lounging Cot that can be used
tor a den or suitable for a spare
%ed in a Library room. Like new,
price very cheap. Call Mrs. Sulli
van. WE. 0475, 3319 Franklin St.
ROOMS, APTS FOR RENT
Siodern Rooms for Rent near ear
line. 2422 Erskine St.
Furnished Room for Rent. 2807 N
24th St.. WE. 2217.
FOR RENT A modern Room. Cal]
HA. 1368 between 4 and 9 p. m.
Dandy three room Apt.. 2130 North
28th St.. Reasonable.
2or 3 R00M~APT. FOR RENT.I
Own your home. Use our easy
Payment Plan for 90 days. Put
your money in escrow in some Bank
or a Loan Company or with your
attorney. 50 fine houses for sale
E. M. DAVIS.
LICENSED REAL ESTATE
2817 No. 24th St. WE. 1166
LA L NDWIES & TLEANERS
8401 North 24th WE. 606f
<324 North 24th St. WE. 10?
WANT TO BUT —
Furniture of all kinds—dressers,
beds, end tables, chairs and chest j
of drawers or complete home— I
apartment furnishings. Kettles and |
dishes. Sell us yours.
IDEAL Furniture Mart. 2-lth &
Lake Street—WE. 2224
THOMAS FUNERAL HOME*
2022 Lake St. WEbster 2022
Money Back If This Rheumatic Recipe Fails
Good news travels last—many of me tbou- '
eds of folks who now take lemon juice
rheumatic pain—have found mat by
adding two tab'.espoonfuls of Allenru to one
tablespconful of Lemon Juice m a glass of j
Water they get faster relief for the aches .
and pains caused by rheumatism, lumbago.
It's no surprise either, for Allenru Is a j
l! Tear old formula to relieve rheumatic
aches and pains In fact—if it does not help
—-your money back. What could be fairer? \
get Allenru todav at any live druggist Only
» eenta—Do It Now.
Did You Place Your
In a Glass Last Night?
Thousands do and wonder why their den- |
tures remain dull and stained - why they j
suffer with offending denture breath. They
fail to realize that water alone is not a cleans
ing agent - but now. there s a great formula i
perfected by a dentist called Stera-Kleen i
that thoroughly cleans false teeth like magic —
nc brushing' Simply put a little Stera-Kleen
Powder in a glass of water-soak
your teeth - now they sparkle,
are really clean and look like
the day your dentist said.
• Don’t they look natural?’ Try
Stera-Kleen - lasts long - costs
only 30f At all druggists
Oid Farmer's Recipe Mix Ailenru and
Lemon Juice to get quick relief from pains
of rheumatics and neuralgia Druggists
Wave Alie.tru — grocers have lemons.
RE AD The (^TO
(BY H. W. SMITH)
The travelling public is getting
. • jne aerv ce from the RR bby !
Teh Ot; ra Chamber of C > nir
; erce with the Musician headwaiter
and the rapid fire manager and the
streamlined chef with the Up and
go kitchen crew—are all in from.
The Race Horse headwaiter and
the very fine crew are good fellow*
donating to the sick. This writer
A SIX ROOM. MODERN HOUSE.
NEWLY DECORATED. ONLY l>/3
BLOCKS FROM CAR-LINE. *35.00
PER MONTH. CALL—
Join—Reliable Friendship Club—
'or Pleasure. Send Dime for mem
>ership blank. H. Brookes. 3J7
Wendell. Chicago, 111.
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for Popular Brands
of BEER and LIQUORS
2229 Lake Street
—Always a place to park—
STORAGE & VAN CO.
Local and Long Distance
King Y'uen Cafe
2010'/2 N. 24th St. JAckson 8575
.Open from 2 p. m. until 3 a. m
American &. Chinese Dishes
Fill Your Bin!
HELP AMERICA WIN
ALL GR ADES CO AL. COMPARE
Convenient Plans can be
Call or come in and see ns.
American Coal Co.
17TH & IZARD AT. 367»
formerly at 24th
and Erskine St.
514 N. 16th ST.
Relieved in 5 minutes or
double your money back
When excess stomach acid causes painful, suffmat
ing gas. soar stomach and heartburn, doctors usually
prescribe the fastest-acting medicines kngrn foi
symptomatic relief—medicines like those in Bel]-ax
Tablets- No laxative Bell-ans br*ng* comfort in
jiffy or double your money back c i return of lat
to us. 25c at all druggists.
had a very pleasant visit with
them on Saturday morning January
2 and it was a very nice Christmas
donation they made for Mr. Bragg.
Mr. W. S. Fletcher exchanged
New- Tears greetings with this writ
Brother John Evans the dean >f
the Roast Beef knights is holiday
ing his own way in a very fin
way at the Rome hotel.
Mr Joe Brown of the OAC cock
tail lounge can move as fast as a
bullet from a machine gun—or may
Mr. Carl Kennedy is a real »Out
hall manager all the time.
The Omaha Club headwaiter .aid
Capt- Earl Jones are moving very
rapidly with the New Year.
Mr. W. Edgerton is one of th«
1 modern service waiters of the old
"VY. W. Gray and J. C. Donlevy in
a nOrthside business house.
Holmes the tailor is a streamlin
ed business man.
Perry Taylor the Sunday school
teacher, barber is all smiles as l*i.
Moriah Baptist Church is in the
making to be finished.
American Legion New Years eve
party a very swell affair.
C. B. Wilkes taking all precau
tion with his very beautiful Sun
day school group.
CaPt Earl Jones and Mr. Ellis
Kiltiey with a group of friends in
a northside business house.
Jones and Thomas northside bus- *
iness house always keeping good
Mr. T. P. Mahammitt, Mr. ono
South, Mr. James Jewell and Mr.
H. W. Smith—all jn the LT. S. Na
tional bank at the same time.
Y. W. L*,eb Mr. Lambert ana
Mrs- Nina Smith on the .sick list
J. E. Wade going south on 24th
Detectives Buford. Jenkins, Mat
thews and Dudley can make a quick
P -- a up on lawbreakers
1107 Howard, W. W. Koller, Mgr.
HELP US! HELP THE POOR
THE VOLUNTEERS OF
JAckson 2290 15th A Chicago
DO TOO WART A BABT11
Nnr Vitamin Combination Brians Hap
to Childless Homes
Nothing equals a baby to bring com
plete unity and happiness into the home
and tie husband and wife together in a
stronger bond of enduring love and mu
tual interest. Divorce is rare in the homes
of couples that have children.
Unhappy wives, childless due to relieve,
able functional weakness m3y now enjoy
the desires and activity of Nature's nrst
wonderful creation—a normal, fully-de
veloped. vigorous woman. A sensational
new vitamin treatment specifically for
women may be just the thing needed by
the childless wife and quickly bring the
happiness of a baby in the home. It is.
of course, absolutely harmless.
If you are childless due to functional
weakness and lack normal vigor—if you
wish to eliminate one of the gTeat causes
of unhappy marriages, by all means try
Perlex for one week. To introduce this
new vitamin combination to a million
women quickly, the Perlex Company,
314 N. Michigan Ave. Chicago, Illinois,
will send a full $2.09 supply for only S1.C0
and a few cents postage. Send no money
—just your name and address. Perlex
comes in a plain wrapper—directions are
very simple and no diet or exercise i*
The two Killingrv.-orth brothers
report good business for 1942.
Th: two wide awake business
men Mr. Harding and Mr. Morti
mer aie on the job wishing .yvery
one A Happy .\'e« Year on Nev,
Tears Day. Let's give the boys a
big hand and our patronage at ail
Omaha streets and sideways
very slippery on Saturday night
ind Sunday mOrning. and Monday.
The Credit Union will have their
annua! meeting soon: Have you
.aken out any shares? And the
4 C Club should have a good attend
ance at the first meeting in the
year on January 8th.
Mr. Prestige the streamlined ele
vator operator at the Post Office
is always on the job with a smile.
Mr. Ed Lee the top man in the
dining room at the Athletic Club
and his two streamlined Captains
could use a vacation after the hn’i
Goldie Davis with some friends on
North 24th Street.
Ohio River overflows in Ohio and
PenPisyvannia many homes were
vacated in West Va.. and western
Oregon floods kill 6.
Nine people injured on icy walks
New Congress and Senate opens
January 6th and the NAACP .md
■'«! t r,ran;7r.tions trying -0 g.f
the Anti-Poll tax bill passed
Bing Crosby’s fine residence in
Hollywood destroyed by fire.
One killed. 5 injured in speed
boat blast in Miami PI or id a river.
Women are being trained for po
lice duty in Pullman. Washington.
Read the Omaha Guide and keep
posted on all the news of our race
at all times.
EVANGELIST WATSON HERE
Evangelist Marian WatsOn and
her co-workers Doris Ramson and
Theresa Union also Mrs. Mattie
Thomas arrived in the city after
holding services in Des Moines la.,
at Brown s AME Zion Church. E
vangelojst C. Gore Pastor.
MT MORIAH BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev D .St. Clair. Pastor.
F Burroughs, Reporter
Though the weather was sone
what disagreeable and unhandy,
'here "as good attendance at ;•-»
morning worship. The Pastor de
livered a very excellent sermon d
picting the ravages of sin within
the human body and soul. This
sermon I’m sure appealed to ever -
right thinking person.
Immediately after services bap
Communion was given at the ev
ening worship period.
Prayer meeting for the month cl
January will be in charge of the
Deaconess board. Everybody is
asked to cooperate and make these
prayer meetings a success.
The ir foresting subject for
Sunday will be ‘God Quits His
Wife". All are invited to come
out and see and hear how this sub
ject will be brought out. Bring
your C.bles sc- that jou can ,'o yv
the scriptures used for reference.
A very delightful New Tears
party was given at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Miles Speese 2610 North
27th St.. Friday night by the Usher
Board. Choir. Helping Hand club
and others. Mrs. Viola Bradford
was the guest of honor. Mrs. Bren
ion of Portland. Oregon a visifjr
and daughter of Mrs. William B^al
iey was also present. The evening
was spent in playing games after
which an appetizing luncheon wa' !
VISITS RELATIVES HI RING
Mis. Ada V v. iii;a«is of Cic- k
rc’-v, ok’a., sped- the holidays wrh
he.- husband Pr. G William. 2il»
Decatur St. formerly of Okla . who
nihr is making Omaha his a m*
\Trs. Ada V. A ijliams left Sa-u”
for Chpcktaw. where she is a
each'r in the public schools. Her
~chc<*>l opened Monday January
Relief At Last
I For Your Gough
Creomulsion relieves promptly be
cause it goes right to the seat of the
trouble to help loosen and expel
germ laden phlegm, and aid nature
to soothe and heal raw. tender, in
flamed bronchial mucous mem
branes. Tell your druggist to sell you
a bottle of Creomulsion with the un
derstanding you must like the way it
quickly allays the cough or you are
to have your money back.
for Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitfs
Hazel King pretty, young daugh
ter of Mrs. Gertrude Robbins was
joined together in hold-wedlock to
Theodore R. Green in the beautiful
home of Judge Jefferson of Los An
CHl'RCH OF THE LIVING GOI>
1906 North 24th Street
Rev. S. K. Nichols Pastor
Rose Marie Oliver .Reporter,
Sunday school .9:45 pm
Morning Worship .11:36 ain
VPPU. . 6:00 P. M
Evening Worship ... 8 pm.
Prayer Service. Wednesday 7-JO pm.
The service was grand through
out the day Sunday. For the New
Year the Pastor preached a soul
| stirring sermon giving us new
j thoughts for the New Year. His
subject was "If we fail to say our
-w:; v sin." For Sunday mo n
ing January 10th his subject will
be "The Church" and for Sunday
night "Create in me a clean heart-"
Oh God and renew a right spirit”.
The public is invited to come out
and hear our Pastor speak on these
subjects. Wednesday night Jan
uary 13th at 8 pm. there will be a
special candle light service The
public is urged to attend this part
RECEPTION NEW YEARS
Mrs. L .S. Davis Of 2530 Grail;
gave a beautiful and elaborate re
ception in honor of her daughter
Miss Bertha Davis Friday evening
January 1, 1943. Miss Davis a few
months ago was married to Priva'
First Class Freddie Jackson of N'e\
Orleans, who is stationed at Fort
Omaha. Miss Davis wore a lovely
white Taffeta format and pink cor
sage. Each of her assistants wore
corsages of white poinsettas. The
charming young women who served
for Miss Davis were Miss Marietta
Sanford. Miss Mattie Chase. Miss
Joy Gordon, Miss Inez Upcher, Miss
Dorothy Avant- Mrs. Julia Avant.
The guest service man of the ev
ening was Private Kennedy of Ft.
Riley 10th Calvary who came to the
city to attend the reception. Thj
reception was well attended by ser
vice men and many other friends.
Mr and Mrs. Jackson are resid
ing at 2530 Grant St., at the pres
I wish to extend my sincere ap
preciation to all of those wuo at
tended the reception and to those
who brought or sent the many beau
tiful gifts I received and the gifts
I am still receiving. Words cannot
express the deep gratitude I have
to the women who assisted my mo
ther and to the charming young
women who served. I thank you
each and everyone.
Mrs. Berha Jaekso-l.
THE DUTY OF EVERY
(BY MYRTLE M GOODLOW
l' 'vc could glimpse the distant
Where men axe fighting with
courage and fortitude—
Day and night to protect every
We couldn't find it in our hearts.
To ever be so mean
To squawk about the rationing.
Of food or gasoline.
Can we refuse to sacrifice and
And be less loyal than they -
Who are giving their all each
To make this world a better place
in which to live?
It is the duty of every American
To do all they can.
To back our boys and Uncle Sam
So why squawk about the tax—
Of five Or ten percent:
To help our government.
For if Hitler or Japan should
All that we possess will be worth
Money not worth the paper tU
And all our hopes and dreams
Open up our hearts and purse—
And help wipe out the curse,
that threatens to destroy—
The blessed rights we now en
Sacrifice and give all we can.
To help our Boys and Uncle
Is the duty of every American:
24th AND LAKE STREET"
Auto Parts Wanted
BURNED, W RECKED or
DILAPIDATED. C.ARS AND
TRUCKS. BRING EM IN
PARTS FOR CARS
CONSOLIDATED AUTO PARTS
2501 Cuming St. Phone AT. 5656
'IF THAT BOY DIES, •— IT MAY BE YOUR FAULT!!
OLD TIMER IN TOWN
FOR THE HOLIDAYS
Mr. Robert Johnson better known
as Bob Johnson who has been th
ing in North Platte for the past lb
or 15 years, is visiting a cousin of
his for a few days. Mr. Johnson is
looking the picture of health In
fact he is looking younger than he
dici when he left umal'a 20 years
NATIONS LARGEST NAACP
Savannah, Ga.I'h* N AA>'P
branch here ended its membership
drive recently with more than 1,3^0
new members. 503 of whom were
youth between the ages of 16 and
20. The Savannah Youth Council is
Sow the largest NAACP unit of its
kind in the country. Not only did
the youth here join the NAACP in
dividually but 13 high school clash
es. Boy Scout Troops and Youth f
Clubs took out Crisis memberships
for their groups.
The membership drive was direct
ed by Ella J. Baker. Assistant rield
Secretary of the NAACP’s National
Office, who spent an entire montn
supervising the campaign. Assist
Furnish Your Entire House
hold at the ‘Omaha Outfitting
They carry Furniture. Washing
Machines, Radios, Travelling
Bags, Jewelry and All Kinds
2122 North 24th St
Phone AT. 5652
Tbe TESTIMONY of THOUSANDS:
•t tea year
7th At*. at 125th St
...in the Heart of Harlem
300 spacious, all outside rooms;
luxurious suites. Tha beautiful
Orchid Room for dining; cock tail
lounge and bar; the lovely Mez
zanine for relaxation. Ideal atmoe
nhere for rest, study, and comfort.
Largo rooms with prirato bath
•2.00 Bagl* —*2.50 SooM me a
Without prirato bath
•1J0 SIMM— *2.00 DmM m a
WALTER W. SCOTT. Muujw
7* At*, at 125* St. ftmr Tark CJty
PAGE BOY ATTACHMENTS
Send sample of hair or state
color. $1.50 with order ond
save postage or pay postman
$1.50 plus 23c postage on
delivery. Braids, Puffs and
Wigs. Gray Hair 50c extra.
POSNER HAIR CO.
113 W. 128th St„ N. Y. C.
iBrtrfortiou «r MM, —«—■-Ti
ing in the drive was a membership
committee headed by Dr. J. W. .Jaui
erson. Jr., who had already zoned
ijhe city and laid the ground work
* for t'ne campaign. Part of the plan
for the drive included the formation
of a Century Club which is purely
an honorary organization member
ship which depnds upon the re
cruiting of at least 100 members for
the branch during a drive. The
first Century Club in Savannah in
cludes Joseph Green, who reported
285 members: Mrs. Stella Jones
Reeves who reported 175; Dr. Ralph
Mark Gilbert, 113; Bostic Williams.
101 and Mrs Eugenia Diaz who re
NORTH 24th st
1807 N. 24th St. WE. 424u
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Other People Do.
Our Half Soleing Method leaves
No Repair Look on your shoes.
We Use the BEST Material.
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E. McGill, Prop
2423-25 NORTH 24th St.
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2 to 7 p. m
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WE CARRY A FULL L/NE
OF BONDED LIQUORS
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who can be a Mechanical Helper in the shop.
Good Pay. CALL AT —
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