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r~ .: i < ; IRoanoke 1 terns P * i M I -——^ ▼ T T ▼ (Mad ron Stanfield. Agent) t ROANOKE, VAj. September 15— Mr. R A. Steptoe passed through here enroutg /to his home at Clarks burg. W. Va. He spent three weeks with his sister, Mrs. E. M. Hebron at Wvtheville. He was the guest here of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Holland, Mrs. Amanda Kid,d. _ , Mrs Elizabeth Riley and Master Edgar’ William Stanfield visited , Boone's Mill Saturday and, Sunday. Mrs. Hamlett is indisposed. Mr R. R. Stanfield left Monday for Philadelphia. Miss Eliza 'ttoods of Orange. N. J. has been visiting her sister here Mrs, Mirandv Bond, 419 Tenth Avenue, N. E. » Mrs K. A. Stanfield, 630 Peach Road invites you to inspect her full line of millinery and wearing apparel. You can purchase either new or B* cond hand apparel. She can supply you with both at prices that will surprise you Give Madison Stanfield your name so The Planet can be sent to you from the office. It will save both him and the customer annoyance Mr. Preston Mitchell, 407 Fifth Avenue. N. W. died here at twelve o’clock after a short illness. Miss Maggie Dehaven of 308 Sev enth Avenue. N. V* returned from Rocky Mount and Boone s Mill Monday The forty-first anniversary service of the High Street Baptist Church is successfully going on. Some of the oldest ministers that have served the church) will be present. Mrs. Bertha Howard and children of Northwest Seventh Avenue have returned from Ivanhoe. Mr. J. W. Traynham of Richmond is visiting mother and relatives here. His Madame and the children are here, too. . ,. , On the 14th that able pulpit divine Rev. W. R Howerton of the Mt. Zion A. M. E. Church preached from St Paul’s (Epistle to the Hebrews, 10:35. Subject, “Christian Confi dence. A large and appreciative audience greeted him. He preached, again at night in an equally satis factory and impressive manner. Mr. C J. Dickerson, chief of the U. O. of T. R. has returned from Richmond. Mrs. Alice Scott has also returned. Rev. A. U James of the First Baptist Church has returned, from the session of the National Baptist Convention at Baltimore. / FULTON NOTES. The services at the Mt. Calvary Baptist Church last Sabbath were very encouraging. The Rev. J. B. Braxton preached in the morning and evening. We are expecting you to be pres ent tomorrow. Let us keep up our numerical and financial strength, while our pastor is on his vacation. Services tomorrow as follows: 9:30 A. M., Sunday School; 11:30 A*. M., sermon by Rev. C. B. Jefferson, act ing minister in charge; 3:30 P. M., the 8-year-old boy preacher, the Rev. Russell Mason; 8:30 P. M., preaching services. The Rev. J. H. Randolph will of ficiate at the Union Level Baptist Church tomorrow at 3:30 P. M. EAST RADFORD NOTES. Mrs. Hermon Smeltzer and children have returned to Philadelphia after a pleasant visit with her father, Mr. Alex Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. John son accompanied them home and on returning visited Baltimore. Misses Dorothy Lee and Clara Gray have gone to attend school in Kimball, W. Va., and B. C. I., respectively, and Miss Julius Caesar has also gone to resume her studies at Christiansburg Mrs. Avey Clark, of New York, Institute. and daughter, Miss Helen, of V. N. I. I., were visiting Mrs. P. W. Caesar. Mrs. Frank Kirtley and daughter. Miss Leora, have returned after a two weeks’ visit in Washington. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Lee were called to Tazewell, Va., to attend the fune ral of Mrs. Lee’s uncle, Mr. Felix Warren. Mr. Frank James was in Bluefield recently on a business trip. Miss Lillian Morton has gone to Eckman to attend school this term. Miss Dora Akers, of New York, is visiting her brother, Mr. Sam Akers, on Virginia Street. Mr. Heffir Flippin, of Washington, has been visiting his mother, Mrs. Signora Flippin, after an absence of several years. See Avey Alice Caesar for The Planet every Friday. AVEY A. CAESAR. WYTHEVILLE NEWS. The funeral services of Mrs. Lucy Ricks were held last Wednesday after noon at 3 P. M. at Bethel A. M. E. Church, of which she had been a mem ber for about 35 years. She was a noble Christian woman and loved by all who knew her. She died in full triumph of faith and was ready when the end came. Rev. G. 0. King, Rev. C. B. Holloway and Rev. Adams, of Marion, Ya., officiated. She was laid to rest in Oakwood Cemetery. She leaves one daughter, Mrs. Lizzie Richardson, of Wythe ville, and two sons, Mr. Willie Ricks, of Los Angeles, Cal., and Mr. Ander son Ricks. - of Brooklyn, N. Y-.; one brother, Mr. William Ricks, of Pu laski, and one sister. Miss Ricks, of Pulaski, to mourn their loss. • Miss Ethel D. Sheffey left Tuesday for Knoxville College to enter school. Mr. and Mrs. Henderson Clark and little daughter, Almarie, of Eureka, W. Va., who spent the summer at the home of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Nan nie Sheffey, left for home Monday by motor. , Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thompson and children and Miss Willie Monroe spent Sunday in Pulaski the guests of Mr. ind Mrs. Crockett Currin. Mrs. Nannie Mitchell is still quite ill at her home on Franklin street. Mrs. Mary Patterson and daughter, Miss Emma, of Elk Creek, Va., are( visiting relatives this week in the city. They are guests in the home of Mrs. Patterson’s mother, Mrs. Lucy Carter. ELKS COMMITTEE The Committee of Arrangements for the Elks are reported to have held a meeting at 4th and Clay streets Friday night, 11th inst., and it is re ported that the receipts fell short of the expenses by approximately two thousand dollars, which amount may be materially reduced, provided out standing accounts are^collected. Some make the statement that the amount of money accounted for is around $8, 000.00. This it is understood ap plies only to the money that came under the direct control of the com mittee proper. These figures may be materially changed by future reports. NEGRO REPUBLICANS WILL CONTINUE FIGHT AGAINST LILY-WHITE ORGANIZA TION. Negro Republicans of Virginia yes terday decided to hold a state con vention and. oppose every nominee of the Roanoke Republican conven tion who “denies to the Negro Repub lican full participation in the affairs of the party in this state. This deci sion was reached at a meeting held at Bay Shore, the following report of which was made public this morn ing by the chairman and secretary: Responding to a call from Joseph R. Pollard, state chairman of the Republican party, as represented by an organization of colored voters which originated about six years ago in Virginia, a large and representa tive delegation of colored men and women met at Bay Shore yesterday from all over the State, to consider what steps to take with reference to the action of the Roanoke Convention in putting a ticket in the field against the Democratic nominees. Promptly at three o’clock, J. Thos. Newsome, an avowed enemy of the Lily Whites, read the call, and Dr. P. A. Scott. District Chairman, took the chair. W. E. Mason, of Newport News, was elected chairman, and Dr. S. J. Smith, representing Warwick county, and John A. Coffigan, of Cape Charles, representing the Eastern Shore, were named in the place of deceased members of the committee. The object of the meeting was clear ly stated by I). R. Walker, of New port News, and then it was voted to keep up the organization of the col ored Republicans, and to call a state convention later, at which time it would be decided what action should be taken in the present situation. It was the consensus of opinion that the colored voters of Virginia should act as a unit, and that no quarters should be shown to any nominee of the Roanoke Convention, who denies to the Negro Republican full participation in the affairs of the party in this state. A resolution also passed endorsing Joseph R. Pollard state chairman for national committeeman from Vir ginia. \\ ltn ur. w. r,. AtKins, cnairman and W. R. Walker, secretary, a com mittee was appointed to draft resolu tions of respect in honor of the late Henry Lincoln Johnson, national com mitteeman from Georgia. These reso lutions will be drawn this, afternoon at the office of Dr. W. E. Atkins, in Hampton. Dr. L. A. Fowlkes was introduced to state the object of the colored Re publican movement, and drew great applause as he stated that it was the purpose of the Negro, from now on, to protect, in season and out, a.rainst the subversion of the principles of the Republican party to the selfish ends of the so-called Lily Whites. To the same effect were remarks by Wesley Rain ey, Dr. J. J. Jones and Lawyer Rob inson, of Hampton. On the motion of J. Thomas Newsome, a vote of thanks was extended to Dr. P. A. Scott for his effort on behalf of the colored members cf the Republican party. A large number of colored women were ;>r sc t, and it was suggested that when Dr. P. A. Scott names the ten delegates to the state convention, that at least three of them shall be women. The spacious pavilion of Bay Shore hotel has been put at the service of the state convention, without cost, the management agreeing to furnish mu sic for the occasion. This tender was made through Dr. Lattimore, of Hampton. Va. P. A. SCOTT, Chairman. W. E. MASON, Secretary. 101 E. Clay 407 W. Leigh VISIT MALLORY'S MARKET. Inc Keeps e\ ervthinp that’s pood to eat All k nds of FRESH MEATS and all kinds of FRESH FISH, POULTRY FRUITS VEGETABLES. OYSTERS GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS. Up-to-date Sanitarv Store. MALL ORY’S MARKET, lr.c Phone Randolph 4.r>2°. Nifcir Call Residence, Madlsor (503 9 THANKS. THE SIXTH MT. ZION (Continued from Page 1) observed, Sunday aflternoon with the brilliant pastor, Rev, A. W. Brown in charge. During ail of thte display he appeared to be the most uncon cerned, person in the whole church edifice, but those, who know him could observe the look of satis faction over the culmination of his labors, which will not be finally ended, and he relieved from the strain of this great undertaking until the last dollar is paid on this surprising venture. < 46 REV. PAYNE THERE TOO. Rev. Evans Payne, the dean of the Baptist clergy of this city and one of the most powerful divines in the State preached Sunday night greatly to his own satisfaction and to the gratification of all who heard him. He is as vigorous and as emphatic in the pulpit today as he was twenty years ago. Some people of the city incline to the opinion that he is im proving (‘along the ,oratorical lines and that his bodily infirmities neith er affect his vodal organs nor bis mental ability. He wears the title of DCctOj- of Divinity with becoming modesty, which is expressing it mildly for the Church-Hill divine. A REMARKABLE CHURCH LEADER. Rev A. W. Brown has been a marvel and a wonder ever since he came to this city from the State of South Carolina. He has gone from one degree of success, to another. He has fitted in snugly as the pastor of this celebrated church and at no time is there room to spare during his period,s of fervid oratory, which have become known from one section of the city to another. His analysis of his tex^, the simplicity of his manner, his devoutness in private life and his championship of right and right living over wrong and 1 wrong-doing have won a place in the hearts of the people here second only 1 .to that of the celebrated Rev. John | Jasper, whose place he now fills. 1 A UNIFIED CONGREGATION. The congregation is one unified whale and the factional spirit once predominant in the church has dis appeared and, its sincere friends hope tba£ it will never return. The im provement in this neighborhood is now apparent to any observer. The ' exercises will continue not only all of, this week, but will extend through the week following. ®ven Rev. Randolph |V. Peyton, ''P* D-* the former pastor, whc was the idol of these people, came last Wednesday night to take part in the exercises. • Rev. A. W. Brown has been com plimented and praised and while he ascribes the work to God, the people recognise the faqt that he was par ticularly the chosen instrument of jthe Most High. D-DRIVE TAXI CO. 403 N. First St.. Richmond, Va. | RENT A CAR! DRIVE IT YOURSELF! TOURING Cars, 10c. per mile. SEDANS, 12c. per mile. Phone Randolph 1843. You know the embarrassment inci dent to borrowing other people’s cars and the annoyance in asking favors of those, who own cars. When you I rent a car and drive it yourself, the up-keep charges, which usually are much more than the purchase or cost price of a car ceases. The U Drive Taxi Company shoulders the expense. You’ll save money by the process. The rates quoted are close to the actual cost of a car should you own one yourself. First Street Auto Supply is the place to serve you for automobile ac cessories, gas and oil. If you do not own a car, here's your opportunity. If you do own a car, here Is the place to secure supplies for ft. Polite at tention. Supplies furnished at the most reasonable prices. Phone Randolph 1843 . U-DRIVE TAXI COMPANY, 403 North First Street. FIRST STREET AUTO SUPPLY, 403 North First Street. DO YOU KNOW HER? I would 1 ke to locate my cousin, Nancy Davenport, daughter of Archer Davenport. Address. MRS. LOUISE M. COOPER nee Davenport, 24 Trowel Street. Bridge port, Connecticut. SHAVE WITHOUT A RAZOR Magic Shaving Powder will give you a clean, healthy shave without using a razor. It will also remove razor bumps and pimples from your face. Get it from your druggist or send us 30 cents in stamps for a half pound can by mail, postpaid, enough for 15 shaves. SHAVING POWDER COMPANY... Savannah. Georgia. You can have The Planet sent 3 months for 60 cents. Phone us about It. We will send you one copy each week for 6 cents per week. 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