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For whatever you have to sell, 01
for whatever you want to buy—
IN THESE COLUMNS
8 Room House for 2 Families. Ali
Modern. $23.00 per 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
FOR RENT ~
Furnished Room in Modern Home
2310 North 22nd Street, **
WANTED 2 WAITRESSES AT
SAM FLAX’S TAVERN AT 1402
NORTH 24TH STREET.
HELP W ANTED COLORED
WANTED EXPERIENCE DISH
WASHER. GOOD WAGES AT
THE MAYFLOWER CaFE. 29th
ST. AND PARK AVE.. HA. 7222.
WANTED TO CARE FOR
Experienced woman at 2320 North
28th avenue, for further information
call JA. 0162. Mrs. Arthur Hahne.
WANTED A WAITRESS AT 1402
North 24th Street.
WANTED: Licensed Janitor, Good
Salary, 3 Room Apt. furnished Call
Ruder, AT. 8927.
LAUNDRIES A CLEANERS
*401 North 24th WE. 60B£
<124 North 24th St WE. lOJ^
WANT TO BUY —
Furniture of all kinds—dressers,
beds, end tables, chairs and cheat
of drawers or complete home—
apartment furnishings. Kettles and
dishes. Sell us yours.
IDEAL Fhirniture Mart. 24th &
Lake Street—WE. 2224
THOMAS FUNERAL HOME
2022 Lake St. WEbster 2022
Mix Lemon Juice
I TO RELIEVE
Honey Back If Tins Rheumatic Recipe Fails
Oood new* travels last—many of the thou
sands of folk* who now take lemon juice
tor rheumatic pain—have found that by
adding two tablespoonfuls of Allenru to one
lablespoonful of Lemon Juice .n a glass of
water, they get faster relief for the aches
and pains caused by rheumatism, lumbago.
It's no surprise either, for Allenru I* a
IS vear old formula to relieve rheumatic
aehes and pains. In fact—if it does not help
—your money back. What could be fairer?
t Allenru todav at any Bva drugglai. Only
• aanta—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
suffer with offending denture breath. They
fail to realize that water alone is not a cleens
tng agent - but now. there’s a great formula
perfected by a dentist called Stera-Kleen
that thoroughly cleans false teeth like magic
no brushing' Simply put a little Stera-Kleen
Powder in a glass of water-soak
your teeth - now they sparkle
•re really clean and look lifce
the day your dentist said.
•‘Don’t they look natural’’ Try
Stera-Kleen - lasts long - coats
osuy 30* At all druggists
Old Farmer's Recipe Mix Allenru and
Lemon Juice to get 3uick relief from pains
of rheumatics and neuralgia Druggists
have Allenru — grocers have lemons.
Han* trouble with your feet? Do
they perspire too freely and crack
the «kin between the toes? Do
they ache and burn? Are you
troubled with painful corns, cei
ktuses or Athlete's Foot?
Then try LD.I—an amarnuj new
formula guaranteed to bring re
lief —or double your money back I
EASY TO USE-easy to buy, get
FRED WALKER, AGENT
PHONE ATLANTIC 1689—
984 N. lath ST.
Relieved in 5 minutes or
double your money back
VT fn excess stomach acid causes painful, suffocat
ing gas sour stomach and heartburn, doctors usually
prescribe the fastest-acting medicines known for
symptomatic relief—medicines like thorn tn Bell-ans
Tabie:- N laxative Beii an? b--*ng3 comf«n in a
Jiffy cr double yoer money back return cl bottle
-*• ail druggist i.
("BY H. W. SMITH)
Johnnie Malloy in a northside
Capt. Langley on north 24th st.
with a box of laundry.
The RR boys are all wondering
j if L'ncle Sam s arm will reach out
and get them and Mr. Buster Phil
lips is waiting very patiently to
know if he is to get ready to go.
Also Mr. Harry Swain would make
Furnish Your Entire House
hold at the ‘Omaha Outfitting
rhey carry Furniture, Washing
Machines, Radios, Travelling
Bags, Jewelry and All Kind*
2122 North 24th St
Phone AT. 5652
Join—Reliable Friendship Club—
'or Pleasure. Send Dime for mem
•ership blank. H. Brookes, 317
Wendell, Chicago, 111.
for Popular Brands
] of BEER and LIQUORS
2229 Lake Street
■ —Always a place to park—
Fill Your Bin!
HELP AMERICA WIN
ALL GRADES COAL. COMPARE
Convenient Plans can be
Call or come in and see ua.
American Coal Co.
17TH & IZARD AT. 3670
STORAGE & VAN CO.
Local and Long Distance
1107 Howard. W. W. Koller, Mgr.
King Yuen Cafe
2010/2 N. 24th St. JAckson 8575
.Open from 2 p. m. Until 3 a. in
American & Chinese Dishes
formerly at 24th
and Erskine St.
514 N. 16th ST.
a very fine Field officer and Mr.
Roy McAlister would fill a Gener
al’s uniform and Mr. Louie Arti
son should be a major and Mr. Felix
Metoyer should be a Colonel at
What do you think of the write
ups which end the week column
Mr. Chauncey McFarland the
streamlined captain in the cocktail
lounge at the Omaha Athletic club
is from the Lone star state and is
a very quick man of the hour at all
The race horse h - adwaiter can
tell you all about the par-mutal tic
kets. . .
Brother John Evans is the top
man at the Rome hotel.
We would like very much to sec
Mr. Redd of the Fontenelle hotel.
The White Horse Inn boys are
very much in the go these days.
All waiters should take out soma
Credit Union shares!
THE WEEK GONE BY
The Iowa legislature paused for
45 minutes to pay tribute to Lincoln
on February 12th and also present
ed a basket of flowers to the only
woman representative and listened
to the Gettysburg address.
Five prisoners escape from jail in
Joe Louis may fight Freddie
Mills after the war.
Mr. Jack Hall, one of the wide
awake members of the Union Ush
er board out in front all of the time
Willie Whiteside on the Burling
Felix Metoyer and Mr. Wm. Jaek
son playing the pin ball machines
HELP US! HELP THE POOR
THE VOLUNTEERS OF
JAckson 2290 15th & Chicago
DO TOO WARJ A BABT1
New Vitamin Combination Brings Hap
la Childless Homea
Nothing equals s baby to bring eom>
plete unity and happiness into the horns
and tie husband and wife together in a
stronger bond of enduring love and mo*
tual interest. Divorce is rare in the homes
' of couples that have children.
Unhappy wives, childless due to relieve
able functional weakness may now enjoy
the desires and activity of Nature's most
wonderful creation—a normal, fullvde
i 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 vigoT—if you
i wish to eliminate one of the great 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,
3U N. Michigan Ave. Chicago, Illinois,
will send a full $2.00 supply for only SI.00
and a few cents postage. Send no money
—just your name and address. Periex
j comes in a plain wrapper—directions are
very simple (ltd no diet or exercise is
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If you ever take a laxative,
these Questions are for YOU
Ques- How often should you take |
a laxative? Ans. Not too frequent-1
|y—only when the familiar symp-1
toms indicate you really need one.
’ Ques. What kind of laxative should
you take" Ans. One that brings :e
lvf gently, thoroughly, promptly.
Ques. What laxative usually will do
this" Ans. One laxative you can
usually depend on when directions
are followed is Black-Draught.
Black-Draught has been a pop
ular and highly favored laxative
with four generations. Ifs spicy,
easy to take—particularly in the
new granulated form. Follow label
directions. Get the familiar yellow
box today—25 to ■*»> doses, only 25c.
We don’t get around very much
any more_. .mainly on account of
trying to defeat the enemy, so we ll
give you much of the jab jab as
Everyone rocked and swayed to!
the music of Father “Earl Hines” ^
and you know everything was on.
Civilians, uniforms and slacks took
the scene of attraction. It was a
very unusual evening because most
every cat and chick had to auntro
to work or school.
When the lights come on again
M. M. will certainly be jack happy
because she will receive her rings—
or will she?
The following cats belong to Fn
and visiting with friends in a north
side business house.
Coordinating Council has a very
Rev. C. C. Reynolds and choir of
Clair Chapel and the Union Ushers
board sponsored a very fine uro
gram at Christ Temple on Tuesday
evening. Feb. 9th and Rev. G. D.
Hancock district Supt. of the To
peka District held the 4th Quarter
ly meeting at Clair Chapel on Feb.
Mr. Taylor of the Lake Shoe Re
pair Shop looking for an upturn m
Mr. Charles Porter attends a very
fine evening party on Ohio St
Stanley Goosby a streamlined
Johnnie Flemming and H. W.
Smith have a very friendly chat on
a Park East street car.
Mr. Charles Trimble and his wide
awake son. Ton Richard look very
much like brothers.
The following persons attended
Sunday morning services at Ciair
Chapel Feb. 14. COrp. T. J. T.
White, of New York City. PFC John
W Robinson, of California. PFC Jo
seph. of Boston. Mr. HOmer A. Mor
Read the Omaha Guide and keeo
posted on all the news of ou rrace.
Joe Louis the heavyweight cham
pion a proud father of a baby girl.
Mrs- FTankljn D. Roosevelt re
views four thausand and four hun
dred WAACS at Ft. Desmoines, la.
Army bomber crashes and burns
near Rochester. ind—three men
Lake Street fire station has very
nice new sleeping quarters for the
Five of a crew of army officers
were rescued near Cascade. Idaho
Brother Jake Todd of 2204 North
l»th St- who has been on the sick
list is very much improved.
Shirley Kennedy and Guy Robbins
say no one with false teeth can by
a member of the North 24th St.
James Cole will be back in Om
aha very soon.
I'nion services very well att?r i
ed at St- Johns AME church and
Rev. Story preached a very tine
and interesting sermon. The
important announcements made bv
Rev. Ridley should make us all sit
up and take notice.
JJOHNSON DRUG CO 1
2306 North 2-11h 1
VV e. 0998 Free Deliver}
cle Sam and will be missed: Monroe
Coleman. Arthur Davis. Chauncev
Gilmore. Felix Long. Sylvester
Stroud Jr., Jack Lewis. Emmanuel
Cook Jr.. James Kelly. Willie Hicks
Jr., Leonard Harold. William Peo
ples- T. W. Gray. James Hall, Roi
Gordon. Adam Grayson Joe Feagin.
Monroe Harris. Joseph English- Ray
Miller. Edward Ellett. John Spears
Williaiji Davis, Henry Williams.
Emmett Corbin, James Smith. Doug
las Corbin. James Robinson. Marcel
Coles. Daniel Reed Jr.. Edward Bur
ton, Jceal Parker. John Bennett- Al
lyn Morgan. Preston Love, Phillip
Love. Edward Anthony Jr.
Doris Pittman is a long, long ways
from home in college- Much luck
and success to her.
Hiriam Pittman was her* on a
furlough and had two bars on his
Corporal Carl West is here on a
furlough arid paid a visit to his old
Used to be.
War took place in that hash joint
on North 24th St. the Greeks real
ly were angry. Peace was finally
declared—by the officers
Pvt- Henry B. Davis who is locat
ed in Louisiana, has changed his
ways of living and is now a new
man. He abides by the 10 command
ments. “Just quoted."
F .M. doesn't seem to go to danc
es here lately, but a few of them en
tertained a group of soldiers at
Lincoln last Saturday night. “TOo '
many men for me “I quote” John
Hum tummy, old Grandad, four
roses and everything was served at
the Logans and South Omaha last
Saturday night- Celebrating the
birthday of a rather. Look
ing at the drinks was enough for
you. Course most of them figgtir
ed. “whafs the use in getting sob
er?, when Sunday is a day for rest.”
Shoe ration doesn't seem to affect
Joe Wright. Jack Hoard and Nate
Mills; they keep the avenue look
ing like old times. ‘Cept when it s
She’s in his blood and there to
stay. Gambling: why he has miss
ed exactly 3 nights of work at the
plant, but not at the dice.
Back where he started—is Leon.
Wallace- Don’t know whether he s
here to stay or not but he's getting
M. M. had a farewell party Sat
urday night in honor of her da:l
ing J. H. Wonder was her shadow
Joe Louis the world s champ cele
brated his victory with the stork
bringing him a baby girl, but why
go that far when here in Our own
city another JOe Louis was bom.
Peace be with that well known cou
llister five by five is trying to
be hipped these last few days. He
leaves for the army. Fort Des
MOineS—but that's no excuse for
him to be tightern a chinch.
After the battles over L. W. will
certainly be at ease. Now that B.
W. in the army she s on needles
THAT'S ALL this week.
Girls On the Streets.
BASIE, SCOTT. TO BE AT
New York. N. Y.One of Harl
em's gayest and largest annual
parties is being held this year on
Friday. February 26 at the Golden
Gate ballroom, Lenox Avenue near
143rd Street, when the NAACP..
one of the country's oldest civil
rights organizations celebrates its
34th Anniversary. Headliner Count
Basie will donate his famous band
; for the event. Also present at the
NAACP Birthday Ball will be Miss
Hazel Scott and Martin Block, radio
master of ceremonies. Proceeds
[form the NAACP. dance go into the
national fund for fighting discrim
Auto Parts Wanted
BURNED, WRECKED or
DILAPIDATED. CARS AND
TRUCKS. BRING 'EM IN
PARTS FOR CARS
CONSOLIDATED AUTO PARTS
2501 Cuming St. Phone AT. 5650
NEW YORK CITY
695 Lenox Avenue
(Comer 145th Street)
Select Family and Touris*
Running Hot and Cold Water
in Each Room
All Rooms Outside Exposure
Subway and Surface Cars at
Door; Rates Reasonable.
ED. H. WILSON. Prop
Tel. Aud 3-7920
Dark Laughter tummvmm
“MY FRIEND BOOTSIE DREAMED HE WAS A CAPTAIN. HE WANTS TO BE YXAMINED IO
FIND OCT IF THERE IS VNYTHING WRONG. SARGE!"
CHURCH LEADERS SLATE
NEW YORK. Feb. 19 (ANP) The
fifth annual meeting of the Nation
al Conference oi Church leaders,
sponsored by the Federal Council of
the Churches of Christ in America
I in cooperation with the Home Mis
sions Council of North America,
will be held at Nashville. April 27
28, it was announced here by Dr
George E. Haynes, executive Sec
retary of the race relations depart
ment of the federal council, ana
I secretary of the conference.
The national conference brings
together annually national and
state church leaders of white, Ne
gro and other racial groups to dis
cuss problems of mutual interest
and to find concensus of judgement
on more effective interdenominat
ional work as it affects race reia- j
tions in the United States
This year there will be penal and I
forum discussions of future polic
ies and programs of home mission
boards, the new approach t° evan
gelism. race conflicts and tensions
and what churches can do about
them, the future peace and Africa,
and white-Negro relations in war
industrial centers. American In
dian leaders are expected to discuss
Among outstanding leaders ex
pected to participate in the program
are Rev. H. V. Richardson, chaplain
Tuskegee institute: Sen. Osfcar Lee.
Richmond, Va.: Rev. William S. Nel
son. dean of Howard School of R>
ligion. Washington; Dr- Jesse Bad
er. executive secretary, and Rev.
Oliver Black, field secretary, depart
ment of evangelism, Federal Coun
NORTH 24th st
i.807 N. 24th St. WE. 424<i
LOOK AT YOUR SHOES
Other People Do.
Our Half Soleing Method leaves
No Repair Look on your shoes
We Use the BEST Material.
PAGE BOY ATTACHMENTS
Send sample of hair or state
color. $1.50 with order and
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. T. C.
cil of Churches: and Prof. Robert
Gardiner, Achimote college. Gold
Coast- tv. Africa.
Dr. C. D. Hubert of Morehouse
college, Atlanta, and Dr. Mason
Crum, Duke university, Durham,
N. C., are chairman and vice chair
man of tre national conference.
YOUTH DIRECTOR FOR
NAACP RESIGNS POST
New York—Madison S. Jones, Jr
who has been youth director of the
National Association for the Ad
IT PAYS TO LOOK WELL"
MAYOS BARBER SHOP
l.a<!ies and Children's Work
2422 LAKE ST.
vancement of Colored People since
November, 1940. resigned February
8 in order to accept the position of
executive secretary of the YiiC'A.
in Bridgeport. Connecticut
Mr. Emmett Loftis—
Wishes to announce that his
Lunch Room at —
2210 North 24th St.
Will Open on MARCH 1st.
MRS. HATTIE HAWKINS,
will be in charge.
“SERVICE WITH A
Lost, a cough due to a cold—thanks to the sooth
ing action of Smith Brothers Cough Drops.
Smith Bros. Cough Drops contain a special
blend of medicinal ingredients, blended with
prescription care. And they still cost only 5< a
box. Yes, a nickel checks that tickle.
SMITH BROS. COUGH DROPS
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Accidents Kid Sickness strike quickly and Hospitals demand Cash. Federal^
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