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THE KANSAS CITY SUN, SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1919.
CAIN MEMORIAL A. M. E. CHURCH.
Wo began our mooting last Sunday.
Services wero well attended all day.
Tho pastor preached at 11 a. m. a
great sermon and the congregation
was up to a high pitch. Thcro was
ono addition to tho church At
night Rev. W. II. Smith preached a
powerful sermon. Ho Is invited to
como again Monday was Rev. Mrs,
Hoard's first night In tho meeting.
Sho preached to tho delight of all
present. Thero was ono addition.
Tuesday night sho preached to a big
crowd. Wo hope for a great meet
ing. Come and hear this wonderful
woman. Tho pastor is much en
couraged by the members and
friends that aro helping In tho meet
ing. Help Is much needed. Como to
Cain Memorial. Tho pastor and 'mem
bers Invite you to como.
ST. JOHN A. M. E. CHURCH.
St. John A. M. E. Church clothed
herself with honor Sunday, tho day
being the Second Quarterly Meeting
of this conference year. The morn
ing sermon by Rev. D. L. Neyman,
tho Sacramontal sermon by Rev. Dr.
YOU! YOU! YOU! WOMEN
A Remarkable Offering You Will Find at
MRS. C. C. CALLAWAY'S
SAMPLE SHOP, 1517 EAST 12TH ST.
WE ARE THANKING
THE PUBLIC FOR THE
THEY GAVE US DURING
THE TWO WEEKS'
CLEARANCE SALE. WE
HAVE ONLY A FEW
SAMPLES LEFT ON
HAND. OUR SPRING
STOCK IN LATEST FASH
IONS AND HIGH CLASS
MODELS IN CONTRAST
ING COLORS, IS ARRIV
ING EVERY DAY FROM
NEW YORK AND CHI
CAGO. WE WILL BE
GLAD TO OUTFIT YOU
FOR SPRING IN SUITS
AND SPRING COATS,
CREPE, SATIN, AND
SERGE DRESSES; AND A
FULL LINE OF MILLIN
ERY, SILK UNDERWEAR, EVENING COSTUMES AND
MEN'S SILK SHIRTS A SPECIALTY.
THIS IS THE PLACE WHERE WE CREDIT YOU. TO
THE PUBLIC AT LARGE, LET US MAKE THIS ONE OF
THE LEADING STORES OF KANSAS CITY FOR OUR PEO
PLE TO TRADE.
"BUSINESS IS A BATTLEFIELD, AND THE MEN
AND WOMEN WHO WIN ARE THOSE ARMED WITH
KNOWLEDGE, NEW IDEAS AND SUPERIOR METHODS."
DON'T FORGET, CASH IF YOU HAVE
IT, AND CREDIT IF YOU WANT IT
CONFECTIONS, SHOE SHINING AND CIGARS
1704y2 East Twelfth Street
P. H. Brown, Proprietor. O. Jenkins, Manager.
THE DRUG STORE BEAUTIFUL
Service and Quality are Paramount at the
WHITE-WOOD DRUG STORE
Bring Your Prescriptions to us and be assured
of Absolute Accuracy and Fair Treatment.
OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE IN ALL LINES
N. W. Corner 19th and Vine Streets. (Tramfer Point)
PHONES HOME EAST 2293, BELL E. 641.
THE EAST INDIA
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of a thousand flowers. The best known remedy for
Heavy and Beautiful Black Eye-Brows, also restores
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Price, Sent by Moil, 50o; 10 cExtra for Postage.
1 Hair Grower, 1 TerapU
OIL 1 Shampoo, 1 Pre
Ing Oil, 1 Face Cream ana
Direction for Selling. 2.
25c Extra for Pcitaaa.
W. T. Osborne. A largo and appreci
ative audience greeted tho speaker
and a powerful and practical sermon
was delivered. The pastor, Rov. J. C.
Boll filled tho pulpit at night
Stowardcss Doard No. 1 and No. 2, un
der tho management of Madam Cum
mlngs and Moore equipped them
selves nicely. Tho men, under tho
leadership of Mr. A. Mooro was de
termined to show tho women they
could do something, too. Tho solo ren
dered by Mr. Jean Miller was well
rendered and highly received. Din
ner was served by the ladlos Rov.
and Mrs. Dell woro dinner guests at
tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace
Emery All departments of tho
church made splendid reports. Wo
desire to thank tho city pastors and
their congregations for being present
and helping to make tho Quarterly
Meeting a grand success. The pub
lic is cordially Invited to attend all
services at St John
ST. STEPHEN'S BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday morning preaching by Rev.
L. L. Robinson, formerly of Memphis
Tenn., subject "The Triumphal En
try of Christ," Matt. 21:9. Rev. Rob
Will Promote a Pull Growth of Hair;
Will also Restore the Strength,
Vitality and the Beauty of the
Hair. If your Hair is Dry and
EAST INDIA HAIR GROWER
If you are bothered with Falling
Hair, Dandruff, Itching Scalp, or
any Hair Trouble, we want you to try a
jar of EAST INDIA HAIR GROWER.
The remedy contains medical proprieties
that go to the roots of the Hair stimu
lates the skin, helping nature do its work.
LYONS, den. Agt., 314 East 2d St.,
Oklahoma Oity, Okla.
Inson preached a glorious and logical
sormon which was enjoyed by all
present. A prayer was offered by our
pastor with much power for sinners.
There were four additions to the
church, Sister Bemico Fuel coming as
a candidate for baptism. Sunday
School was verv good and also B. Y.
P. U At night tho pastor, Rev.
J. W. Hurso preached a "Cup of Bless
ing Tor a Cup of Woe," Matt. 26:1-35.
The sermon was delivered with much
power St. Stephens and pastor at
4:30 conducted tho services out to
Rov. Brooks' cnurch on Highland ave
nue and left a donation of $11.50
Rev. Steward, probably ono of tho old
est ministers In the Baptist cause,
was with us in our evening service
and a contribution of $9.55 was taken
for him. Mrs. Moore, tho wife of Rev.
Moore, tho pastor of Galileo Baptist
Church, rendered three selections for
us Sunday evening which were ex
cellent. A donation of $11.65 was
taken for her. $7.60 for Rov. Robin
son, making a total of $110.48 raised
by St. Stephen Sunday Clara
Brown, our church clerk, Is very sick,
our assistant church clerk, Sister Lu-
cilo Valentine, and also Sister Jos-
ephlno Lewis Deacon Alfred Bar
tell is able to be around the house.. . .
Brother W. M. Hunter Is very sick at
the residence of tho pastor, 1205
Michigan Sister Emma Gatewood
is sick and Mrs. Leona Hurse Is still
NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH.
Sunday School at 9:30. The attend
ance Is Increasing. Morning worship
at 11 a. m. Pastor Toles brought to
us his third Doctrinal sermon of his
scries. The Dr. spoko Sunday morn
ing on the Doctrine of Grace
B. Y. P. U. at 6:30 was well attended.
....Evening worship at 7:45. Pastor
preached to a splendid audience. His
theme was "Tho Tongue." The
Young Minister's Alliance, under the
leadership of ihelr president, Rev. H.
W. Webb, Is conducting a very suc
cessful and financial campaign for us
this week Monday night, March 3,
the Masonic choir's big concert, will
bo the attraction. Tho Kansas City
Sun will keep you in touch with what
wo and the outsido world aro doing.
It Is a splendid organ.
BETHEL A. M. E. CHURCH.
Tho person vho missed being at
Bethel last Sunday, certainly did miss
a treat. The Sunday School was just
grand. The sermon preached by Pas
tor Dawson at 11 o'clock from tho
text, "Will a Man Rob God?" was
great. Four persons joined tho church
at this service. At 3 o'clock Dr. Bur
ris Jenkins preached a wonderful ser
mon from the text, "Nover a Man
Spake Like This Man." Tho Endea
vor had a nice program at 6 o'clock.
Pastor Dawson preached a most won
derful sermon at 8 o'clock three per
sons joined tho church and one Tues
day evening in the class Sunday was
rally day and the members and
friends o Bethel played their part
well. Wo raised $685.00. Pastor
Dawson wishes to thank those who
helped In this effort. The Douglass
Hospital Club met Tuesday afternoon
at the residence of Mrs. E. M. Ken
edy, 2417 Grove street. Quite a num
ber of ladles wero present and en
joyed the program. It will meet at
tho home of Mrs. B. F. Herbert, 1405
Howard, next Tuesday afternoon.
Sunday is the Second Quarterly Con
ference at Bethel. Rev. W. T. Os
borne will preach tho sermon in the
afternoon and his choir will sing.
Come and enjoy this sorvice.
By Lillian Hatcher.
Mr. Brown, director of tho band and
orchestra, deserves much commenda
tion for the excellenco of tho joint
recitals last Friday evening in Studio
auditorium. The program was a de
cided credit to tho department of
music and considered by all present
as among tho best that the depart
ment has presented this year.
We wero again visited last Satur
day by members of the state legisla
ture. Senators Thompson and IJergen
wero tho distinguished visitors and
each spoko pleasingly and entertain
ingly to us In chapel.
Miss Jackson, who has been work
ing as an assistant In tho hostess
house at Camp Funston, visited us
Professor Burlong, together with
tho coach and members of the Lin
coln Institute basket ball team, spent
tho week-end with us last week.
Secretary John Shilladay of tho N.
A. A. P. C, was with us on last Mon
day and spoko on tho work of tho as
sociation, gripping the attention of his
audience for over an hour.
Mr. T. W. Brown ot the Kansas
side was seen about the campus Fri
The March Rhetorlcals will be held
Friday evening, March 7.
Tho Braithwaite Players will niako
their Initial appearance within a few
weoks in a delightful comedy entitled
"Who's Who and Why?"
ST. PAUL A. M. E. CHURCH
15th and Cleveland
The services Sunday were good.
Tho pastor preached at 11 a. nt
Tho Sunday School in the afternoon
was well attended with seven addi
tions Rov. Mrs. Duncan preached
an Interesting aernion nt 8 p. m. She
mado a strong appeal and threo came
forward for power. This church is
growing and will soon tako her placo
In Kansas City.
Our Quarterly Meeting was tho best
In the history of Ward. Our Lovo
Feast was spiritually allvo and 'will
bo long remembered by all who wero
there. Tho pastor preached at 11 a.
m. Rev. Griffin at 3 p. m. Tho choir
of Bethel sang for us at that service
and Rov. Stono preached at 7:30 p.
m. Tho pastors present were: Revs.
Dawson, Bell, Thomas, Wright, Wil
liams, Goodln, Walker, Chandley and
Mitchell. Tho Lord has blessed us
with nine additions In tho last two
Sundays. Sunday, tho 23rd, was a
great day. Tho pastor preached two
strong sermons morning and evening.
Tho Martha Washington Tea
Party given at the parsonage was
quite a success. Tho ladles dressed
to represent Martha. Mrs. Strong
and Sago carried off the honors of
tho day Mrs. Derrltt left Sunday
to join her husband In Illinois
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison McPIke of
Lawrence, Kas., spent the week-end
with their parents, Rev. and Mrs.
Sago Mrs. Brown, Evans and Fra
zier aro among the sick Sunday,
March 2d, will bo our General Class
ST. JAMES BAPTI6T CHURCH.
Sunday morning the pastor's ser
mon was as usual very interesting
and instructive. . .Sunday school was
held at 1 p. in.... The B. Y. P. U.,
which proves to be very interesting,
has a larger attendance each Sunday,
Sunday evening an excellent sermon
was preached by Rev. Dudley of Lib
erty, Mo.... Tho Maltha Washington
Tea Party which was given by the
Mission Circle was quite a success,
A very neat lum was realized.
ST. JOHN BAPTIST CHURCH.
The services at St. John Baptist
Church wero good all day Sunday.
At 11 a. m. tho pastor preached from
tho subject, "The Grandeur of the
Humiliation of Christ." The sermon
was well received. .. .At 3 p. in. wo
wero at the A. M. E. ZIon Church of
Rosedale, Kas. Tho St. John Choir
occupied tho choir stand and stirred
tho whole congregation. A powerful
sermon was delivered by our pastor,
Rov. D. St. Clair, and a great service
was had At S p. m. Rev. O. I.
Redd delivered &n excellent sermon,
subject, "Walking With God," which
was very inspiring and was enjoyed
In- nil Mm pnnrncntlnn . . . . Wfi had a
,ni,mii,i rMnilnr. Sntnnlnv iilirht. In i
honor of the pastor's fourth anniver
sary. A splendid program was ren
dered. Wo cordially Invite the pub
lic to "visit our church Offering
for the week, $40.77.
GALILEE BAPTIST CHURCH.
Sunday School was well attended.
Rov. J. S. Williams preached at 11
a. m At G p. m. the B. Y. P. U.
was Interesting At S p. m. Rev.
Davo Morgan preached and his sub
ject was "I Am the Good Shepherd.'
He mado It so plain that a llttlo child
could understand it Wo indeed
thank Rev. Wilson for what ho has
done for us in helping to raise money
for the church. Ho is the only man
that has come to us without price.
He gave all that uas taken up to the
church and It helped us so much. We
must learn to bo thankful for small
things and then God will give us big
things. Woe unto tho man that
everybody speaks well of. He has
his reward already. May the Lord
send us a leader, as we are very
much In need of one The reporter
is able to be out again.
BETHEL A. M. E. CHURCH.
Mrs. Haydee, tho Community Ser
vice worker, who has been ill for tho
past two Weeks, left Sunday In com
pany with her daughter for her homo
in St. Louis Rev. and Mrs. Ral
ston, Rev. and Mrs. Henderson and
Rev. J. W. Hayes wero dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Hanks, Tues
day, February ISth Miss Tressie
May, who has been Indisposed for
the past week, was out Sunday
Mrs. Henderson returned Saturday
from Wameco. where she spent a
few days with Mrs. Lee Rev. Hen
derson returned from a business trip
to Kansas City and Topeka The
revival services at the 2nd Baptist
Church will close Friday. Rev. Hays
returned today and we expect a great
success at tho closing. .. .The Bethel
Club was entertained by Mrs. E. Alex
ander Thursday afternoon. They aro
doing a great work. We are expect
ing to do great things tn Manhattan,
ST. PAUL BAPTIST CHURCH.
Rev. N. T. Lane, D. S., Pastor.
Services were good Sunday. Sun
day School Is coming to tho front.
At 11 a. m. tho sermon by Rev. Bat
tle was splendid. Tho pastor opened
tho doors of tho church. Ono was
received for baptism and at 3 o'clock
tho church marched In full forco to
Jamison Temple. A great sermon
was preached by Rev. Fanell. St.
Paul put Jamison Temple In her
placo by raising $20.30 and left It
there with tho church. Rov. Fanell
alsopreached a great and powerful
sermon nt 8 p. m. Two camo for
ward for membership. Como again;
you aro welcome. .. .Our pastor was
with King Solomon Baptist Church
at 8 p. m., In Kansas City, Kansas,
In a revival. Twenty-three souls have
accepted Christ and a great meeting
Is going on. Dr. Clay Is a great pas
tor.... Thoso on the sick list aro:
Sister Mary B. May, Ella Lewis, Izct-
ta Dlllard, Sister Russell, Brother A.
T. Mnnrn nnrl Sletnr Tlnhlnenn Tlrn. 1
ther Tom Jackson has been sick but
Is better now.... The pastor will
preach Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p.
m. Come and hear him. Baptizing
nt tho morning service. Tako the
raised $47.74. Como praying.
MORNING STAR BAPTIST CHURCH
. . .
Services nt Morning Star Baptist
Church wero well attended Sunday
9:30 Sunday School was good. At
11 a. m. preaching by the pastor. Ho
used for a subject "God's Promise to
Ills People." Exodus 33:14 Tho
pastor visited ono of the young
churches of the district Sunday at
3:30 The Rev. Mose Williams was
with us Sunday at 3:30 and delivered Jamison Temple, to begin with the
a splendid sermon. He Is a great Sunday school had many new faces to
preacher and is to preach a candle- greet tho superintendent and teach
light sermon next Wednesday even- ers. The llttlo people's class Is the
Ing, March 5th. He. Is also going to
preach ten or fifteen nights In our
revival, which will begin Sunday. Ev-
erybody is welcome Our Mission
Circle meets every Thursday at 3 p.
m. Come and meet us in our Bible
THE SUNDAY FORUM.
James Eton Methodist Church,
Sunday, March 2nd, 3:30 p. m.
Hon. Nelson C. Crews will speak.
Thu Southern Melody Makers will
Don't miss it.
ST. JAMES A. M. E. ZION CHURCH
Good congregations and wide-awake
meetings are the order of the day at
St. James The pastor Dr. W. E.
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ing services. .. .Tho Christian En
deavor Society was led by Brother
Fleming. An inspiring address was
made by Mrs. J. S. Quarrels. Under
the enthusiastic leadership of Miss G.
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uinweii me suuieiy coiuinuuH iu
The initial meeting of the
Forum will be held at 3:30
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will deliver an address. The South
ern Melody Makers will sing and Mrs
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year will be held on the second Sun
day. March 9th. Dr. F. W. Alstork
will occupy the pulpit morning and
uemug liuu iwe imv. ui. it. uavis
will preach In the afternoon Dr.
Shaw will preach at the morning and
evening services next Sunday.
The subject chosen by Dr. William
H. Thomas, tho minister.
a,,ion,ii.i so, tiniivprmi hv Mm
Sunday morning was "Renewing the
Strenth," Isaiah 40:31. There was
one addition. Miss Allen, a- member
of the choir, sang a solo. Hon. N. C.
Crews announced tho coming of Dr.
Leroy Bunday of East St. Louis the
second Sunday in Marcn. He will ne
m-PSP.nto.1 tn Ihp rnnrPMtinn follow.
tn i,o morninir Kpm.nn l)r. Bun-
day, it will be recalled, was arrested
nl ronnprtlnn with thp East St. Louis
riot, accused of inciting his people
to protect themselves. The authori-
ties, refusing to accept bond, kept
him in jail for several months. He
will tell us about it. Como and hear , V """""""" "l "'
what ho has to say.... An offering 0U,W the consideration of this mat
was taken up and turned over to Mrs. t",bo o"1 ,f,TnIae, 'll tho Mln storIal
McCampbell for the Orphan Children's Alliances? We think not. Why not
Home.... Those who fail to attend have a "Sun day at our churches and
the Christian Endeavors aro missing cons der with our people what to read
a rare treat, for they are having very ?.dt..h"w t0 read and,wh; and do our
interesting meetings Tho Strang-
Club and Junior ' ' Stewardesses
served a very palatable dinner Thurs-
day at tho residence of Mrs. Lizzie
np iims ini,in,i Mr. r T
Harris entertained the ladies of the
Mlf Mlln,mrv Snrlntv Mnndav af.
ternoon at tho residence of Mrs. Ida
C. Lee, 2404 Paseo Tho Y. W. C
A. presented Mrs. Helen B. Paulsen,
who spoko Sunday night on "How to
Get Actqualnted With Your Children."
In Illustration, forty dolls were used.
Mr. Burton II. Twlchell, organizer of
Community Singers, conducted the
singing. The address was highly ap
preciated by tho large congregation,
Miss Boulder of the Musical De
partment of tho Topeka Industrial
School will be soloist at Allen Chapel
Sunday morning. .. .Dr. Joseph M. M
Gray of the Grand Avenue Temple
will be the speaker Sunday evening,
March 2nd. Como and bring a friend.
VINE ST. BAPTIST CHURCH.
All services wero well attended Sun
day. Mr. H. J. Splgner was com
pelled to go homo on account of not
feeling well. Wo hope he will soon
recover. .. .Mrs. Robecca Mooro sang
two beautiful solos at tho morning
service. Wo hope sho will sing again.
A donation of $15 was made to her
by tho church The Woman's Mis
sion Circle and Sewing Circle meets
oven- Thursday at 2 p. m. Everybody
is welcome. .. .Tho Junior choir ren
dered a beautiful program at 5:30 p.
m. H was Indeed grand. They will
rendor a program tho fourth Sunday
in each month at tho same tlmo and
SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH.
Dr. S. W. Bacoto, tho pastor, preach
ed from Genesis 18: 19, to a largo and
well pleased congregation last Sun-
day morning. In tho evening serv
ices Prof. II. O. Cook, who has Just
returned from Franco, mado a very
interesting talk on his experiences
"over there," and also showed somo
Interesting relics from the battlo
fields of Europe. During tho day
thero wero twelve additions to tho
church.. ..Both tho Sunday school and
B. Y. P. U. held Interesting and well
hmled sessions last Sunday
Mission Circle hold a very Interest-
; B0,81n at tho home of Mrs Becks,
f 227 Michigan avenue, last Friday af-
and Friday evening, under tho direc
tion of Mrs. U J. Hacote for tho
erp.nt nnnlvnrsnrv nrnrrrrim Is mnlflni?
rnp(1 pr0Bress. Tho annlverSary pro-
gram will be held the first Sunday in
March iu both tho mornlllg and even.
Ing services. Don't miss this. Tho
public Is cordially Invited to attend
all of our services.
Sunday was a very pleasant day at
largest in number and the strongest
financially. They keep the banner
every Sunday, lead by their efficient
teacher, Mrs. W. H. Nickens. Mrs
Walker is rejoclng over the fact that
her class Is growing. She hopes to
make it the banner class. Mr. Lewis,
teacher of the senior class, Is all
smiles. Superintendent R. L. Smith
says that the progress seems very
good The morning services were
well attended. The pastor. Rev. H.
T. Walker, preached on "Faith," He
brews 11: 1. There was a manifesta
tion of the Holy Spirit and a rejoicing
among the people of God At 3:30
Dr. N. T. Lane, tho efficient and con
genial pastor of St. Paul Baptist
church and congregation camo and
wo had another wonderful sermon
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NlB,u serv,ce was well attended. Sev-
eYal came to tho altar for prayer.
On the second Sunday at 3 o'clock
will be our Quarterly meeting. Tues
day night following, tho business
quarter will be held. All trustees,
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stewards and officials aro reauested
'? , "J. a;"??!, f
M S'ven. under the auspices of
the lames of Jamison Temple. The
clubs aie busy getting redy. Each!
meraber Is asked t0 brlns or donate
something to this affair.... There will
e a grand concert given by "Dave
and Burrough, Jubilee singers," un
der tho auspices of the Gleamer's
Some of our out-of-town friends and
also some of our members in the
city arc asking why our church notes
do not appear every week? First, It
Is because we haven't much every
week worthy of "note;" and secondly,
because the editor of the "Sun" is
Wnd eush to publish what wo send
free ot charEe and especially In these
da's newspaper space costs and is
worth much- Wo nlant to use llttle
sPace as Possible. If you will meas-
ure llJe sPaco Given to "Among the
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an(1 ten Bet the cost of that amount
o sl'ace a PaPer tat has the cir-
culation of the "Sun," you will find
the owncr of tlle "Sun" makes a large
contribution to all the churches .each
w,eek;, 1" view of the fact, regardless
ot all else, are the ministers and
churehes dol"B tnelr duty ns such to -
"bit" to encourage the circulation of
'he 'Sull",?, A unlte(l act,n aI,onG this
llno would be more effective and
I llTi T1 rr 1 0 -cr- v Amanita VTi-ni "onnol nn
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"eva- ies, anu spress yourseii.
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Mts- J- "OPKl"S, is;u HOW
HAVE YOU SEEN IT?
The Beautiful, Up-to-the-minute
Spotless Kitchen Annex Cafe
1303 Baltimore Avenue
The Best Service The Best Foods
The Best Place in Town
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
Martin Young, Prop.
ard....Tho Young Women's Mission
ary Circle had their best meeting this
year with Mrs. Josophlno Murray,
1323 Garfield. ..The Y. W. C. A. Club
met with Mrs. Eva Williams, 2110
Tracy. They aro working for a "paid
up" enrollment Tho attendance at
all tho services went beyond tho
standard of any regular day. Tho
o erlng did tho samo thing. Tho
choir led the congregation In songs
of praise. Thero was one addition to
tho church. .. .Sunday at 11 a. m. tho
minister's subject will bo "Tho Gift
of the Holy Spirit, and tho Holy
Spirit as a Gift." At 8 p. m., "Tho
First Gospel Sermon." All, and es
pecially strangers, aro welcome.
Sunday services at Ebenezer broko
the record In attendance. The pastor.
Rev. W. T. Osborne, delivered a logi
cal discourse on "Tho Bible Chris
tian." Eight persons united with tho
church. After the financial report of
ono hundred and thirty-five dollars
tho church gave the pastor a personal
purse to take a rest at Excelsior
Springs Class 14, Brother C. C.
Rather, leader, Is banner this week. .
Tho choir gave a surprise party last
week on one of Its members, Mr.
Henry Washington, who has just re
covered from a serious illness. They
went in a body to the home, singing
"Praise God; I'm Satisfied." An elab
orate menu had been prepared by
Mesdames Howard, Walker, Davis
and Mason and after the rendition of
an excellent program, consisting of
Instrumental and vocal solos, read
ings and choruses, with a plenty of
comedy thrown In, by Mrs. Boyd, El
nora Moore and Myrtle Beck, tho
menu was served. The choir left at
a late hour with Rev. and Mrs. Os
borno their honored guests, feeling
that they had made ono of their num
ber glad Mrs. B. Officer royally
entertained tho Graceo Art Club at
their beautiful residences on Flora
avenue, with Mrs. W. T. Osborne as
honored guest. After tho business
and a display of work on the most
exquisite pieces of embroidery and
crochet, It can be said truly that a
real banquet was served by tho host
ess. The club expressed Itself as be
ing quite anxious to return again soon
to Mrs. Officer's The Republicans
are holding secret meetings, devising
ways and means to take down tho
Democratic flag Tuesday evening. The
state manager. Mrs. Ida Vaughn, says
thpv wtu , to come laree num.
,v, t iinnni
do it The clubs of the church
have secured sections at the Audi-
torlum for March 14th to see the great
4-act drama, "The Traitor." Call
Grand 1241 and get a reserved seat. . .
Thero Is something worth while going
on every week at Ebenezer. The de
bate on Woman Suffrage was inter
esting. Mesdames Beck and Green
convinced the judges that women
should vote, while Mesdames Austin
and Wilson electrified the audience
with their rousing discourses on the
negative Tho Old Maids' Conven
tion capped the climax and was a
great financial success The Usher
Board will appear in a big play soou. .
Tho first big Democratic meeting will
be held at Ebenezer Sunday after
noon at 3 o'clock. It Is the men's
meeting every man is cordially in
vited. An elaborate program and spe
cial sermon to tho men. Women are
GRANT'S CHAPEL A. M. E. CHURCH
All services were well attended
Sunday. Our pastor preached Sun-
da' morning and Sunday evening he
preached from the subject, "A Good
Resolution." Both sermons were in
spiring Tho Valentine Social given
by Mrs. Price and Mrs. Riley on tho
15th, was a success and everyone en
joyed it. .Mrs. Kelly and Mrs. Whlto
ot St. Joseph, Mo., mother and sister
of Mrs. Riley, aro the guests of Rev.
and Mrs. Riley this week Sunday,
March 2, Rev. Mrs. Beard will preach
for us at 3 p. m. Music will be fur
nished by her choir. Sister Beard Is
a great preacher. We Invito everyono
to come out and hear ber.
IUat all ttu