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ROANOKE. VA.. Dec. 2.—Rev Ho wort on’s subject at Mt. Zion A. M E. Church Sunday mom'ng -was. ‘Th( Rest Which Jesus Gives,” Matthew 11:28.29. Sunday evening his them* was ‘The Elder Brother,” Luke 15: 31.22. At 2:30 P. M. the funeral serv;c< of the late Mrs. Lawrence Burgg was held at Mt. Zion A. M. E. Church R iv. Dr. James of lie First Bapt si Chiirch Dr. Jefferson of the M. E. Church and Rev. Billups of the West End A. M. E. Church delivered shorl eulogies, the principal eulogy being deF.vered by Dr. Howerton, the pas tor. The services were very im presslve throughout the day and the collect ion very satisfying. The ser v'ce held Thanksgiving Day was the most impressive of its kind held by the church family in recent years. Mr. J. R. Mitchell, 401 Seventh Avenue N. W. 'is much indisposed, und«r the care of Dr. J. H. RobertE Little Andrew Ford, 154 Wells Al ley, N. W. was taken to Burrell’s Memorial Hospital last: Thursday and operated upon for appendicitis. He is convalescing. The Stewardesses held their ev eryday dime party, which resulted in |16 befing raised. Mrs. Jennie Carter, of Gialax, Va. is the guest of Mrs. C. J. Dickerson of 241 Tenth Avenue. N. E. this weex. Mr. Joseph Franklin, of .South Radford was in the city this week looking after his wife, Mrs. Pattie Franklin, who has been quite indis posed at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Alice Brandon, 311 Seventh Ave nue, N. E. Mrs. Franklin is much improved at this writTng. The Ants Dramatic Circle met at the home of Mrs. Bessie Curtis, 218 Steventh Avenue, N. W. -last week. Those from out of town in attend ance at the funeral services of Mr. Lawrence Burgg were: Mr. Pendle ton of Monet a. Va.; Mr. and Mrs. trown of Atlantic Oity. N. J.; Mr. Burks, of Barber, Va.; Mrs. Jennie Williams and daughter, niectes of Co lumbus. Ohio. Mrs. Burgg wishes to use this method in thanking the many friends who did so much for her comfort and help in her hour's of sorrow and over the demise of her beloved hus band. Your deeds of kindness will over be remembered by me. Thanks to all for cars, flowers and express ions of sympathy. The polite fun eral director and embalmer. W. F. Hughes had charge. The funeral of the late Thomas Hale, of Ninth Avenue took place at 2 o’clock Sunday. November 30. at the High Street Baptist Church. Rev YV. E. Lee officiating. He died af ter a few days illness of pneumonia A great man has fallen in Roanoke. He was a consistent Christian. He was for many years an employe of Roanoke Machine Works, foundry department. He leaves a loving wife three sons and one daughter and 12 grandchildren. The polite funeral director C. C. Williams had charge. Mrs. Hale and the family wishes to thank their many friends for al the kindnesses shown during the 111 ness, demise and interment of hei; hqsband. : r‘ Mrs* Matt!? Staples, 713 Park St., has been Indisposed for a lon^ while is much Im^T^®^* Mrs. Lizzie White, 913 Fifth St., N. E. has been quite indisposed. Mrs. Sawyers of Eighth Avenue, I Is indisposed at this writing. i Rev. Sandy Boston, one of Roan I oke’s early teachers of years gone by is in the city spending a few days,' meeting old friends. He was among the first pastors of High Street Bap tist Church in he.r infancy, when the town was known as Big Lick. Miss Maggie Dehaven has been ailing this week. M. Stanfield. The Planet Agent, again calls attention of the readers to hand him their subscriptions and get your papers promptly and for less money. This last iwjeek’s delivery was a little pinching. Oblige us by subscribing now. not tomorrow. Don’t forget these wonderful rem ©dies sold by M. Stanfield. They will help you keep well. Mrs. C. J. Dickerson. 241 Tenth Avenue, N. E. returned from New port News, Richmond and Norfolk. She reports a pleasant trip. WYTHEV1LLE NEWS. WVTHEVILLE, VA.( December 8 ! -—Tha cold wave struck this beauti fui little c'ity Saturday morning and accompanied by a chilling wind from the East. This was the first cold snap of the season. Sunday morning was abouit o no-half inch of snow. But by the time the churchgoers were ready the snow had gone, but by m'dnight Suuday th? thermometer had dropped below the freezing point and was slowlv taPing. Thanksgiving services were held at each of the churches Thursday morning at 11 o’clock and programs rendered at night, each with success. Rev. T. W. Hebron, of Northfork, W. Va. spent Thanksgiving with his family and left Friday. Miss Lillian Wilson and little niece of Pulaski were* the Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Chapman. Mrs. Lizzie Johnson and daughter •left Monday for Bluefield !jto vfisit hur parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clfoton Sessom. Mr. and Mrs. George Chaffin en tertained quite a number of their friends to six o’clock dinney Friday. Rev. Forrest, of Bristol, Teon., Rev. J. W. Holloway and Mr. B. ' 1 666 is a prescription for Colds, Grippe, Dengue, Head aches, Constipation, Biliousness. It is the most speedy remedy we know Keep strong. Be healthyand free from winter complaints. Hill’s Cascara Bromide Quinine is the quickest acting, most dependable cold remedy. What Hill’s does for millions it will do for you. Get red box bearing Mr. Hill’s portrait. »%LI.V\Pr*ce 30 cents. v* (C-201) CASCARA # QUININE W. H. HILL CO. &/>Q DETR0IT* M1CH* ■ F. Fitzgerald of Johnson City, Teun r wore gumt of Mr. and Mrs. Hammond ’ Richarason for supper Friday night. Miss Janannie Sheffey spen . Thanksgiving at home) with he . mother, Rural Retreat, Va. > News reached Wy.hdville last Thurs ■ day of the death of Mr. P. A. Wool v> ne formerly of WVthevllle. He died in Johnson City, Tenn. Wednesday. His remains were brought to Wythe i ville Friday. Funeral at the Frank . lln St. M. B. Church at 3 P. M., Revs, i' Holloway and Forreht of Bristol, of ficiating. Prof. R. H. Scott, his for i mer teacher read the life of Mr Woolvino and spoke in glorious terms • of h'iim. He leaves one son, Thad . deus, a boy of about 12 years of age He was worth between $30,00 and j $35,000 tin real estate, besides his oash. He was laid to- rest beside his wife, who died about six years ago. | Rev. and Mrs. T. W. Hebron, Mr, Garland Chapman and children ah tended services at Rural Retreat • Thursday, where Rlev. Hebron preached Thanksgiving sermon which was enjoyed by an appreciative aud ience. Please give me your subscription | to The Planet before the year is out Only $2.00 per year. i Advertise in The Planet. It will | ender you first' class service. We do all k-inds of job printing at the lowest prices consistent with good service:. | CHICAGO NEWS. On November 7th, the Morgan Park Building and Loan Association met in its third annual meeting at Beth Eden Baptist Church to hear the reports of the secretary for the year closing. Short talks were made by George It. Arthur, executive sec retary of the Y. M. C. A.; Mr. Stew art, secretary Liberty Lafe Insurance Company; Charles A. Wilson, attor ney; J. D. Hill, president; John H. Simons, of the real estate firm of .1. H. Simons and Co. presided. A I nc^w board of directors was elected ' to include J. D. Hill, R. Barbee, Wm. H. Crockett, Jf., T. P. Mapp, Ma thews McCombs, John Walker. R j F. Lewis, Sr., L. R. Walker and A.1 j Jackson. The officers of the Asso ciation are J. D. Hill, president; Wm. H, Crockett, Jr., secretary; J. T. I Panell, treasurer and Charles A. Wil son, attorney. James C. Martin, exalted ruler of Fa. Dearborn Lodge, No. 44 of Elks at the close of a RepubUcan land slide, left the city on a hunting trip with several friends. Many people from the city and sur rounding suburbs are seen in Morgan I Park these days, especially Sundays, i taking advanage of special offers of choice sites to be used for future homes. The Building Association of U. B. F. and S. M. T., of which J". B. S.reet is president met in a splendid me ting last Sunday afternoon at Bailey’s Hall. A large number were j out and many pJans for the future were made. * J. Finley Wilson, of Washington, D. C., grand exalted ruler of Elks of the World, was- the guest of Ft. Dearborn Lodge, No. 44 on Wednes day evening, at which time the lodge ' confirmed the purchase of its future home, 3920 Grand Blvd. ' STOP COUGH. COLD, GRIP. ; TAKE A NATIONAL REMEDY 35c, 60c, ?l-00—All Drug Stores. TWENTY YEARS’ REPUTATION, j Best for Cough. Co d, Croup, Sore ■ Throat Hoarseness Protect yourself from more se rious illness. Excellent for children as well as adults. Get a bottle from | your druggist ar once. Mail orders filled promptly on re ceipt of price. Stamps or money order | > THOS. TABR JEFFRIES Mfg. Pharmacist 327 N. 2nd S reet, Corner Marsha 1, Richmond, Va^ c. P. BAYES Successor to A. HAYES' SONF FUNERAL DIRECTORS 2ZL N- SECOND STREET RB8TDBNC1, 785 N. 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