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The Amplilier i
By J. HENRY JAMES At Ebenezer Church. It was reported that there were live and well attended services at Ebenezer Baptist Church, last Sun day. Go to Ebenezer some times; you’ll certainly enjoy the services. Rally at Second Baptist Church. It is reported that the great clean up-rally at Second Baptist Church, is making splendid headway. They are ralying for the sum of $15,000. The captains of the various clubs are working like busy bees to raise that sum of money. Why, that’s no money to raise. The pastor, Dr. Jos. T. Hill, has laid a very good plan in which to raise the money, he himself, is working and putting forth efforts to make this rally a grand success. St. John Baptist Church. Don’t forget the Great King’s Pag eant which will be staged at St. John’s Baptist Church, Monday, Oc tober 6th, at 8:00 P. M. St. John Baptist Church is located in Gintt\ Park. Rev. J. M. Kemp is paster of the church. Go out and see this great pageant. What’s Rev. Peyton Smiling About? Yonder comes Rev. R. V. Peyton, pastor of Mount Moriah Baptist Church; wonder what is he smiling about? -o Revival Services at Goodwill Bap;;. 410 N. Monroe St., Sunday Oct. 5th through Friday 10th. 8:30 P. M. Rev. Wm. Johnson of Missouri will assist us. 10:00 A. M. Sunday School. 11:45 A. M. Subj. “You may Have It If you are Ready”. 3-30 P.M . Holy Communion. 8:30 P. M. Revival Services. EVANGELIST MASON TO SPEAK AT MOSBY MEMORIAL CHURCH This Divine will conduct a series of services at the Mosby Memorial Baptist Church, beginning Sunday night, Octomer 5, and continuing for two weeks. He has announced the following subjects of his ser mons: Monday Night—“The Magnet of the World.” Tuesday—“Religious Rheumatism” . Wednesday—“Lodging at Satan s House, and Taking Meals at the Devil’s Cafe.” Thursday—“Is it Right for Chris tians to Dance?” Agesr.ewR..* zzzzfinj Friday—“The Spectacle of the Ages” Sunday Morning—“Salvation by Grace.” Monday Night—“The Valley of Mod ern Dry Bones.” Tuesday—“The Blockades of the Soul.” Wednesday—“The Choice of Moses Where the Roads Forked.” Thursday—“TheS un Going Back ward or Does It Move?” Friday—“The Day of Judgment.” -0 HARRISON DEANE Vice President of I?ome X •• The REV. W. L. MASON, Evangelistic Pastor of High Point, N. C., will do the preaching DAUGHTER I. M. PATTERSON Deputy iwimimii rmfUiT iiBiiiffliwi G. W. GREEN Secretary of the Lodge snfnsHB^gMaHBsmi A. WILLTAM JACKSON Secretary of Home FRANK COLLINS House Committeeman J. B- HARRIS Chairman of Degree Team .IMTBMWrwii™- —'• ,-™~1• ■ mi »«.T—t- i . 1 ....seven million bottles used in two years “MOST MARVELOUS MEPI- | CINE,” SAYS GRATEFUL CITIZEN MR. JOHN H. JONES Richmond Man Finds Out What New and Different Medicine Can Do You will admit that when seven million bottles of Konjola were used in two years that Konjola must have merit. Well, Konjola is actually 32 medicines in one, and of these 32 ingredients 22 are the juices of roots and herbs known for their medicinal value. Results are what count, and Konjola can be counted on for results. T ake, for example, the case of Mr. # John H. Jones, 504 Randolph Street ,Richmond. See what this amazing medicine did for him, and then decide to find out all about it from the Konjola Man, who is at the Peoples Service drug store, 101 East Broad Street, this city. Learn how Konjola cleanses the alinig organs; rids the system of poi sons and brings glorious relief from ills of the stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels, and from rheu matism, neuritis and nervousness. But right now—before you do anythying else— read what Mr. Jones said to the Konjola Man: “Konjola is the most marvelous medicine I have ever found. For several years I had stomach dis tress almost constantly, and especially after meals. * Gas formed and a hot, sour liquid came up into my mouth. This almost choked me. When I tried to sleep the gas pressed against my heart so that I could hardly get my breath. Constipation, liver disorders and nervousness added to my trouble. I despaired of ever finding relief. But friends kept urging me to give Konjola a trial. I can never tell how happy I am over the results from five bottles. My stomach troubles are over and today I can eat anything. My bowels and liver are functioning nat urally, and I feel like a new man, full of life and energy. I shall never hesitate to recommend Kon jola to my friends. So it goes; victory after victory. Konjola is for the aged or the infant, and triumphs, in case after case, where all else thied has failed. The Konjola Man is at the Peoples Service drug store, 101 East Broad Street, Richmond, where daily he is meeting the public and explaining the merits of this new and different medicine. ~ FREE SAMPLES GIVEN - CAREY WHEATON Campaign Director WILLIAM A. SMITH Treasurer of Home MOORE ST. BAPTIST CHURCH West Leigh Street, between Kinney and Bowe Streets Dr. Gordon B. Hancock PASTOR SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1930 11:30 A.'M.—“The Key to the Situation." 8:30—“The Late Lawnton Shoe Co." COME EARLY FOR THE MORNING PRAYERS Society News (Continued from Page 2) Dr. Harold Scott, Dr. Neal Scott and their sister, Eva, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson Booker, of 813 1st St. Mrs. Daisy Pitts, returned to At lantic City after spending six weeks vacationing in Virginia, with rela tives and friends. Miss Rosa Lee Pemberton is spend ing a week in Atlantic City, visiting relatives. On her reurn she will at Mrs. Queen Anderson, of Brooklyn, tend Van De Ives College. Miss Helen Jackson, daughter of is visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jackson, Gar den City, and graduate of Virginia State College, ’30, is a. member of the faculty of the Irving High School, Goochland, Virginia. Milton Hill and guests from Vir ginia State College, visited Mrs. Ida Hill, this week. Robert Randolph, left this week to enter Howard Medical School. Miss Rebecca Peyton, of North First street, is much improved at this writing. Walter Daniel, member of the fac ulty at Howard University, has re sumed his duties. Miss Sadie I. Daniel, instructor in the Minor Mound High school, has left for Washington. Misses Alice and Lucy Chiles have returned to their posts in Washing ton. Mrs. Pauline Graham nee Hynder, is principal of the High school at Irene, Virginia. Robert Colbert is eaching in Farm ville, Va. Mrs. Minnie Mundin Stows, has re turned from a three weeks’ visit to New York where she visited her sis ■ ter, Mrs. Leander Mendis Miles and her brother Dr. Percy Vaughan. Mrs. Stows accompanied her nephew, Wil liam Mundin Miles to New York. Miss Emma Forrester, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Forester, of N. 5th street, is an instructor in Wilson, I N. C. George Furguson, student oi Vir ginia State College, was the guest of Dr. and Mrs. D. A. Ferguson, and Dr. and Mrs. Lem Reid, last week. Miss Annie Mae Hutchins, of Nor folk, and a popular Union graduate, of June ’30, spent the past week-end in the city. Miss Hutchins was en route to Irvin, Virginia, where :he plans to teach. Edward Baker, of Washington, D. C., was the guest of his mother, Mrs. Fannie Baker, of N. 8th street, last week. He was en route to Washing ton from Hampton, where he at tended the National Bankers’ Associ ation. Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Brooks, of movie fame, passed through Rich mond, Tuesday. Mrs. James E. Royal, of West Leigh, was the recent guest of her son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Branch, of Washington. Samuel Brown, of Petersburg, and member of the class of '30, of Vir ginia Union, was a visior here Fri day. Mp. and Mrs. William Johnson and sons, of Franklin, visited Dr. and Mrs. Gregory Galvin, Sunday. Miss Elizabeth Galvin has resumed her work at Virginia Union. Friends of John Hester, popular student at Union, will be glad to know that he returned to school this week. Tennessee Gross, former football player at Virginia Union and Knox ville College, was in Richmond over the week-end. . . Mrs. Helen Campbell has joined her husband Alvin Campbell, in Washington. ---- RICHMONDERS AWAY AT SCHOOL. Miss Madelyne Harris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abram Harris, Sr., 1218 North First street, is attending school at Howard. James Cephas, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Cephas, is registered at Vir ginia State College. Emmett Burke, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Burke, of North Sixth street, is a senior at West Virginia Collegiate Institute. Miss Carrie Glenn is a student at Virginia State College. Miss Harriette Herrell Hewin, daughter of Attorney and Mrs. J. Thomas Hewin, is again registered at West Virginia Collegiate Institute. Miss Hewin’s satisfactory work has warranted her the position of assist ant in the department of biology. Miss Nina M. Harris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Edward Harris, 115 * East Leigh, is matriculated at Fisk i Universiy. , _ Miss Edna Jordan, daughter of Mr. and Mr*. H. A. Jordan, of Douglas Court, is at Howard University. -—o Local Marriages. Willie Miles, 22; Virginia Myers, 18; 2028 Moore St _ William T. Cheek, age 54; Annie Pendleton, age 38; 1404 W. Leigh St. Henry Taylor, age 50; Gertie Gray, age 40; 118 1-2 W. Clay St Harvey Willington, age 21; Gladys Bernice Lambert, age 17; 623 N. 30th St. Charles P. Pervall, age 24; Maiy Foster, age 21; Columbia, Va. Clarence Robinson, age 26; Sarah F. Edmonson, age 21; 4305 Lawson St. Joe Jones, age 40; Rosa Chase, age 42; 1651 Claiborne St. Luther Kelly, age 24; Annie Bat tle, age 19; 10 E. 21st St. George T. Brown, age 22; Ashon William, age 22; 118 N. 17th St. George Langston, age 30; Martha Pitts, age 24; 704 N. 5th St. James Meredith Williams, Jr., age 33; Odelia Shields Moore, age 23; 3413 W. Clay. Charles T. Scott, age 42; Helen W. Garnett, age 32; 202 S. Harrison. William Gayman, age 30; Ida Car ter, age 19; 518 Trenton St. Charles Bi*own, age 17; Louise Graves, 16; 323 E. 14th St Clarence Clark, age 20; Virginia Simms, age 20; 713 N. 3rd St Willie Simpson Gray, 26; Annie James, 24; 202 S. Temple St. Curtis Elwood Smith, 21; Mabel Elizabeth Banks, 18; 1504 W. Clay St. Zack Hopkins, 28; Annie Johnson, age 24; 913 Shooks St Garland Moore, age 23; Viola Ray mond,a ge 18; 606 W. 9th St. LeRoy John Adams, age 23; Mar gaxet B. Ham, age 23; Washington, D. C. John Lunsford, age 22; Rebecca Lostas, age 22; 417 N. 3rd St. Beverly W. Dance, age 54; Cor nelia Owen Brown, age 39; Ports mouth, Va. Jimmie D. Dohank, 35; Edna Copp, 21; 1403 Cary St Charles H. Carpenter, 45; Bessie Long, 35; 1253 Parkwood Ave. Joseph McCary, 22; Lucille Tuck er 21; 416 N. 7th St. Claude Bolling, 21; Lucy Thomp son, 18; 513 Kenney St William Jefferson, 40; Ida B. Branch, 49, 500 N. 6th St. James 0. Baliey, 24; Lillian B. Druitt, 21; 22 Byrd St. Roosevelt Jackson, 22; Florence Robinson, 21; 616 N. St James. Jessie Studifin, 21; Annie Hen drick, 21; 1610 Claiborne. John Harrison, 22, Elizabeth Hunt, 27; 1332 17th St DEATHS. Hattie Berry, age 30; died Sept. 15; 316 E 19th St. 17; 1104 W. Clay St Louise A. Meise, age 60; died Sept Lovie D. Coleman, age 25; died Sep.t 17; 13 W. Fell St Anna Nicholas, age 50; died Sept 17; 1511 Jacquelin St Richard Braxton, age 50; died Sept 18; McKinney, Va. Clarence Pryor, age 20; died Sept 18; New Kent Co. Elwood Payne, age 33; died Sept 19, Rectortown, Va. James Johnson, age 2 mos.; died Sept. 19; Ladies Mile Road. Infant Perry, age 1 hour; died Sept. 19; 202 E.M ain St. Catherine Barlow, age 64; died Sept. 20; 700 1-2 W. Leigh St Leona Beumett, age 3 years; died Sept. 20; 314 E Baker. John Miles, age 5 years; died Sept. 20; 1258 Parkwood Ave. Mary Jones, age 60; died Sept. 21; Laura Mosby, age 38; died Sept 21; 116 Pilkinton bt Maria Blackwell, 119 S. 1st St, age 78; died Sept 22. Lizzie Brown,80 9 N. 6th St, age 54; died Sept 22. Everett Lee Calvin, 807 N. 28th St.; died Sept. 22; age 24. Susan Goode, 1320 Williams St, age 48; died Sept. 23. Joseph Tucker, 2309 Franklin St., age 37; died Sept. 23. Willie Hicks, Jr., 1900 Maury St.; age 8 mos.; died Sept 23. Estelle Meade, 1402 N. 1st St, age 43; died Sept. 23. John W. Baylor, 314 W. Dunge, age 1; died Sept 23. Holland Mason, Newark, N. J.; age 34; died Sept. 24. Susie Lewis, 311 S. Harrison, age 45; died Sept 24. Ernest Meade, 903 St. John, age 30; died Sept 25. George Mitchell, 5 Peg St., age 33; died Sept 26. Ann Randolph, 819 St James St, age 58; died Sept. 26. Ruby Louise Brown, 509 N. 3th St, age 23; died Sept 26. Annie Cooper, 816 N. 17th St, age 48; died Sept. 26. Matthew Allen, 1212 N. 32nd, age 34; died Sept 27. Minnie Green, 1219 N 31st St, age 47; died Sept 27. Clarence Prpor, Quinton, Va., age 28; died Sept 18. Matthew Alston, 415 Ray St, age 53; died Sept 19. John Mills, 1258 Parkwood Ave., age 5; diedS ept 20. Mary Jones, 3401 Monument Ave., age 60; died Sept. 21. Laura Mosby, 116 Pilkinton St, age 38; died Sept 21. Isabell Norrell, 515 Gorham St, age 31; died Sept 22. -1 ASHBURN BROTHERS, NOTED LECTURERS AND PREACHERS They raise money for Churches, Lodges, Clubs, etc. Tenne Reasonable. Have served in all parts of the country in large and small churches. Raised more than $100.00 in one lecture. i, w. R. ASHBURN, D.D., Pastor Second Baptist Church, South Richmond, Va. ^ ' JACOB ASHBURN, Jr., Pastor Oakley Avenue Baptist r Church, Columbus, Ohio. - A Prize to any one who can produce more serious, earnest, practical, laughable, and funny sayings than these two men, r vet each lecture is the embodiment of truth and common sense, r such as is needed in this modern day and should be heard in every church and community in this land. Both Speakers open for Engagements, Write or Call f W. R. ASHBURN, 1704 Stockton St. Richmond, Va. i Phone: Randolph 5330 1 _ _r^===s=s~±.