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Fifth St, Dayton Ohio, by
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Local Items
PORO SYSTEM.—For tha Poro
System of Hair Dressing call at 266
Hawthorne street. Bell Main 7795.
Mrs. Dillard Estdl.
Friends of Mrs. John Caesar, of
Sprague street, are sympathizing with
her in the loss of her brother, Ezekiel
H. Hill, who died at Portland, Oregon,
Sept. 4th.
A
Mr. Howard W. Powell, of 1107 W.
First street, gave a Bmoker Tuesday
evening in honor of his uncle, Col.
Frank P. Powell, of Chicago. Those
present were Dr. A. L. Biggs, Messrs
V. M. Williams, Chas. Guinea, C. Har
rison, C. Boone, H. Taylor, J. Redman,
Watkins, Wm. Smith, L. Jones, J.
Buekner, and C. Mosee.
FOR RENT—Two furnished rooms,
eentral location. Call at 226 Warren
street.
FOR RENT—Bachelor's quarters, at
the right price. Apply at 325 W.
ith St. Bigelow Hotel.
SECOND- HAND FURNITURE,
upholstering, repairing and cabinet
making. W. H. Jones, 1011 West
Fifth street. Give me a trial.
Mr. and Mrs. Dillard Estelle, of
266 Hawthorne street, had as their
guests their mother, Mrs. Emma Pat
terson and little sister Sarah, of
Loveland, Ohio.
Mrs. Morris has been seriously ill
with a sprained knee, and her neice,
Miss Sallie Harden, has been confined
to the bed for seven weeks.
Miss Wynn is in the city visiting
her friend, Mrs. R. H. Oldham, from
Fort Dodger Iowa.
Mrs. Julian S. Peasant received
word that her husband, First Sar
geant Julian S. Peasant, hai arrived
safely overseas.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Parsons are
proud to learn that their son, Ser
geant Archie, has landed safely over
seas.
The Unique Study Club met Sep
tember 11, with Mrs. Bertie Ellis, at
her home, on Homestead avenue. Mrs.
Foster Alexander read a very inter
esting paper. The visitors were Mrs.
Ella Washington, of Chicago, 111
Mrs. H. DeMarr, Mrs. Clifton Willis
and Mrs. Allen, of Pontiac street.
Mrs. Emma Sherman, who will
leave Friday for Jacksonville, Fla.,
'^gave a very nice talk to the club. TJ e
hostess served a dainty lunch. The
club will meet with Mrs. J. E. Wag
110 Central Avenue, September
m.
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Eaker St. A. M. E.
Jffar (Soft our
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Soar of Sunday Service#
Class meeting „..,ls ra,
C. E. League 6:80 p.m.
FF#y*r meatirjj. .Wednesday night
Sunday School 9:80 a.m.
Preachfng 10:30 a.m. and 7:30 p. m.
Trustee Board every first and third
Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. This
department has taken on new life, and
the officers and teachers will be on
the job, on time, and promise to do all
they can to make Eaker Sunday
School one of the best in the city they
need the co-operation of every mem
ber and friend of the church.
At 10:45 the pastor, Rev. Day, will
preach his farewell sermon. He has
a message that every member should
hear. The year's work has been fraut
with great success and the pastor
thanks all who in any way contributed
to our marvelous achievements.
The C. E. Society will convene
promptly at 7 p. m. Be on time—be
there and bring something with you.
The Endeavorers will be given a task
Sunday night. Be preseat and see
what it is.
The evening service at 8 p. m. at
this service the entire chorus choir,
led by Rev. John Arnold will render a
sacred program and the church clerk
The pastor and members of Euclid served by the fL E. Society.
city from Camp Sherman, Chilli
cothe, visiting his wife, Mrs. Bertha
Odum, 213 Norwood avenue.
ST. MARGARET'S NEWS
Father J. N. Samuels-Belbod^r, Viear
"Let her alone she has done
what she could." This was the text
from which the morning sermon was
preached, last Sunday. Poor valua
tion condemned, envious criticism re
buked, conscientious, sympathetic and
full effort to do good warmly appre
ciated and commended. (1) There are
so many people to whom stupid critic
ism is meat and drink. They live and
move so far aprt from the law of
thought that sheer presumption and
brazen effontry are the only qualifi
cations they posess. Sometimes they g^er
possess partial knowledge, then im-
moderate enthusiasm and purely sel-
fish personal gam prick them to blab-
ber out their shallow and callow mor-
...
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ahty. This, partly, was the case in ,.
Mission, especially her attention
this incident. The disciples who! .,
out against it without stopping to in
quire why this apparent "waste," and
an economic loss, surely but were
blind to the spiritual gain. Too
sharp an eye for business, too poor
f°r p'!nc"
!e'.
and
never convulsed by paraxyms of pam.
They were never cured fo,g,ven
stored and saved by Christ. They
were at no time in need of such a
complete therapeutic attention hence
they could not understand that hum-
ble attitude, that grateful shower of
tears, that expenditure of wealth this
woman lavished upon the worthy
Master. Not having been in a like
state, they failed to enter the right
sympathy. This would not have been
blaniuble if they had not reached to
criticise, if they had not spoken unad
visedly with their lips,—and with as
poor an excuse.
(2) The Master therefore came to
tha remcu* of the iai5i»t«rjiretedt £fae
wil
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Tuesdays.
Official Board avery second and fourth
Tuesdays.
J. C, Farrow Clark Trustee Board
Columbus McGee
Clerk Steward Board
W. G, Hague Engrossing Secretary
Ave. A. M. E. church will assume the
entire responsibility of entertaining
the Annual Conference Thursday all
day. Many thanks.
All donations in the way of garden
truck and eatables for the conference
will be delivered at the church next
Tuesday or Wednesday. Thanks in
advance.
All meals during the entire confer
ence will be served at Eaker Street
A. M. E. church. The reception given
in honor of the Bishop and the mem
bers of the Conference will be held at
Grace M. E. church, comer of Fourth
and Ludlow, Tuesday evening at 8
o'clock sharp. The sessions of the con
ference will also be held there during
the week, but on Sunday the sessions
all day will be held at Memorial Hall.
This is the last Sunday of the Con
ference year and some have not paid
their Dollar Money yet. Please hand
it to the pastor Sunday. Those who
paid will find your names recorded on
a list above the door.
All the pastors of the city with
their congregations are cordially in
vited to be present at the reception
tendered the Bishop and Conference
Tuesday night, Sept. 24th. A seat
will be reserved for the ministers of
the city.
Trustee Board meeting Monday
night to close up all business matters
of the year. All of the members are
requested to be present. All of the
members of the conference committee
will meet with them. IMPORTANT.
All the ministers of the city who
desire to have their pulpits filled by
the visting ministers Sunday of the
Conference, please communicate the
fact to Rev. F. D. Day, 317 Washing
ton Street, or phone Bell Main 8586
Every member of the race who can
do so conveniently ought to hear the
lecture by Dr. T. W. Hampton, D. D.,
to be given at Eaker Street church*
Emancipation night, Sept, 22nd. Sub-*,
will make his yearly financial report
Every member of the church is urged 'ject, "The Present Day Opportunity
to be present. for the Negro." Refreshments will be
misunderstood, the criticised. He
knew, He understood, He sympathized
He appreciated. Yea! He highly com
mended. "Let her alone she
hath done what she could." Note,
please, the completness of understand
ing and the perfectness of its expres
sion. She completed her duty, she
fulfilled her task, she reached the
topmost height of her ability as far
as she was able. The sum total of her
soul—power and will power was
shown. And Christ, the Master of the
world, approved it, accepted it, com­|
mended it and prophesied its immortal
remembrance. What, oh what should
she care what men do say and may
say! Christ approved and this was
enough.
The Vicar then likened the interest,
effort and loyalty of Mrs. Emma
man for St. Margaret's to thi
criticised but blessed
Through good and evil report, in sum-
mer's heat and winter's snow, Mrs
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criticised this grateful act of the wo- i
,. j» a who spoke not very highly nor pleas I
man at the feet of Christ, saw only .... ,, .,
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one thing: waste. They at once cried
,, best, and giving of her possession
whether it TO I1.IM. Thay saw
,,""tel1
a vision for the divine. "Let her
alone,"—blind ones! Ye know not the
cause that dictated the act. Then,
too, it may be justly said that Jesus
Christ never saved the disciples they
never were any condition like that
of the weeping, grateful Magdalen.
Their bodies and their souls were
iV
Sherman clung to the work of tht
rm-
e S u n a y S o o e e w e e o s e
m£ her» w"°
Benel
criticised her enthus
iasm and questioned her fitness, but
she held bravely on, doing her whole
.ous,y.
she did what 8he
o cm christ wajtg w
„couI(1..
not what she "would." We generally
do only what we "would" and not
... «. .. what we "could." We squirm at tht
criticism of fools and limit our in
teres* and our support we grow cold
cr
jtics
I say, "Let your
alo
„e
s
in our loyalty and apathetic in our
sworn and understood and accepted
duty. To rash and hasty and shallow
fellowmen
of God's
To Ule shirker8
good
work (for whatever cause), I
say: "Do what you can." irrespective
apprecilltion of your efforts t„ com.
mend
you
The evening sermon was a sequel
of the morning's "While Ye Have the
Light, Walk in the Light."
Regular Services Next Sunday
7 a* m. Holy Communion.
10 a. m. Sunday School,
11 a. m. Morning Prayer and Ser
mon. Preacher, the Vicar.
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Bell Main 5536
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4 p. m. Evensong and Sermon.
Preacher, the Vican.
A warm aaul cordial welcome fee
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EMANSft'ATlu
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Rev. T. W. Hampton, D. D.
Supervisor of the State Normal Schools or Nash
ville, Tenn. Will Lecture Emancipation night
at
Eaker St. A. M. E. Church
Subject: "Present Day Opportunities
For The Negro"
Every member of the Race shcr.Id accept the opportunity of hearing
Dr. Hampton discuss this important subject ADMISSION 15c
Refreshments by the C. E. League
Phones:-Main 2782—Maui 3883
orders to
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Goods held 10 days for senders approval
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Dept. A, 2007 S. 6th St. Philadelphia
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Mrs. B. Parker
Hair Dresser
The Hawaiian Hair o w e
Guaranteed to grow the hair 3
inches in 6 months, provided
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