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SERVICE IS IMPORT ANJ
In times of family stress unusual problems often arise where those in charge require unusual service that can be promptly, efficiently rendered by our organization. We are equipped to meet all emergencies, of any kind pertaining to our profession AS NEAR AS YOUR TELEPHONE DISTANCE IMMATERIAL We honor calls from any part of Metropolis, or the county. Consult us, we can save yon Worry, Time and Money. ! Shipping to all parts of the Country anJ Auto ] mobile funerals a Specialty. Calls promptly answered day or night. McCrary’s Undertaking Company M. J. MCCRARY. MGR. Office 901 Pearl St. Phone 364 ft. Ul. Watkins Co. FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS COMPLETE MOTOR EQUIPMENT A»» Calls Given Oar Most Courteous Attention - - 2 Expert EmbMmers 2 - - Kentucky Licenses No'625 and 1284. Illinois License 4491 Both Phones, 241 .... Paducah, Ky. Staple and Taney Groceries Ice Cream and Confections on band always to be served in the Latest Styles MRS. T. A. DAViDSON Kk> N. llth it. - • * Phone St Clair, '2? L. EAST SI. LUtns, ILL. * ! Ik C. N. JOHNSON Delicatassert For Hot And Cold Lunches ice Cream And Soda Waters Phone Bell Bn-kt- 342!. 23 North lOtb St. EAST ST. LOUIS. ILL, Pore System Sci artfW - -and Sanitary Scalp an-1 Hair I i<.«tnii nt Mrs. M. M. Johnson 25 N. 10th St. - - LAST Si LOUIS, ILL. PAST MASTER’S COlMil MttTS The Past Master's Council No. I. F. & A. M. met sit the Masonic Progress-' ive Club the fourth Tuesday andaJojit \ resolutions for the demise of Brother Nhas. L. Stiinioo. The Master elect fidelity Loige No. 103 was given nsjst Master’s Degree. The Coun '\elect officers at the January No; fourth Tuesday. SiC,< Randall, in oi 0ilve J Williams. 737 E sick; J. W. i tain, 1544 dtate str*^pUa': Les,ie \ in Elgirj. Nj’rank Ta- ’ \m Smith, j PAST MASTERS’ COUNCI PRINCE HALL LODGE BUTES. Irmce Hull fsxjge No, f>, f’ * 4 * * cpnft-rred the degree unonsivu' candid* f* - », ♦ * j 1 ■ ** sja toci) ',SRl Ja»t meeting Th— Also contributed $«, ,m toward the ;h- N.«onu, 0 advancement of Colored1 eople, in their recent cumpaigh JZEr*? Wi'’ in^dc the I Hecti.m and installation of office. So. The pineapple 1# i*lo*«em. iay tbc hortienltoral eiMI&j blossom, ptueajip'e blowemi lime tr<rji -1 jj. ja October '-n Hawaii. 4 _ „---- ----*» INSTITUTIONAL CHURCH TO HEAR SERIES OF SERMONS ON THE FOUR HORSES. The tnree weeks series of revival services which have been conducted at Institutional Church by Mbs Mnry (}. Evans, evangelist have closed. Sixty six conversion and uecemlons to the church resulted. At a special Sunday service for ladies. $45. Su v as raised. The men gave $i!S,<XJ in their special Sunday service- flm church gave the evangelist $:}4:J 45 of which $40.00 was contributed by the gospel choir of which Miss .Magnolia Lewis is directress. The public collections otherwise - taJed near 5700.00. The measure of spiritual and material good did by Miss Evans in these services at lnstutional Church can never be estimated. The pastor. Rev. -Johnson begins a .sermons, Sunday on :ha pour The first wifi be the white The choir hies arranged a spec, in for each service, and will I clock ChKipecial Program at five o‘ i fioe Huggins morning, Miss Bent ! i® at her hbt»ii*:moer of tlie choir jjyjl State Street. Pectin aosf Peefi,, ;* of rogelp^tin. Is m“de up of carbon, pfrlsin, nttd °WW- Gelatin |* „'f Hn]fg*n, and and contains nitrogen |n ndknriKIn the elements found In pectin. '*n t0 „ The Real Thing. " ‘‘Hofcoplieis. 1 e Better to Fight Sad AdveTe Fate. When affliction tlmU'tere over our roof-i, to hide our hea'ls anil run Into ottr Brave* shuns us no men. but makes us fortune’s slaves.—Ben .Ion son. Hfcw to Test t' e Olive. Dr. !*o-> nhrrgcr of .leflerson college Ftatei; tied the presence of bacillus botitlimis, Uic poison of olives, is readily detected by the strong smell nrd cloudy liquor. Good olives have a pleasantly aromatic odor.—Scientific American. Multiplication of Bacteria. A'deida multiply by simply bred'.lng apart. Horn the two parts are full* sized germs and each itself scp:u utes, so tlmt it Is easy to see how qutclrly millions of germs enn he produced. Cold stops tin ir growth, hut they be gin to grow again when they become warm. Our Gaston Ghcriock Holmes, Loral Rschangc—“The police found the footprints of apparently a mil man in the sod."—Boston livening Transcript. -__ IVI7E are representing the W largest and most niisble custom tanners ami manufac turer. in this country, the DUBUQUE TANNING ROBE CO. tUQUC, IOW A Yvh*n you ha*.-* r* f *r% t* t*c tinned, of vou v*nf to huy fur coiti, rob«« or (kmc*’ f«r*. com* to t». V * cat pve you goatmtd m<Kh«ntb« it 4 better price. GtORGt I. B. MCCRARY. Aijcnt, A .•>>>”s. III. CONSTITUTION OF THE MINISTERS* AND DEACONS* UNION Article 1. This organization shall be known as the Minis ters’ and Deacons’ Union of the Mt. Olive Baptist Association of Southern Illinois. IArt, 2. This Union shall consist of Baptist Minister*, Dea cons and lay members in good standing with their churches. Art. 3. Each member of this Union shall pay an annual membership fee of 25 cent:*, to l>ou sed to defray the expenses of the Union. For life membership each member shall pay $2, the same to be appropriated as annual dues. Art. 4. The officers of thi* Union shall consist of President, Vice-President, Clerk, Recording Secretary and Treasurer, nil of whom shall be elected annually. Art. 5. The Ministers' and Deacons' Union shall begin iU annual session at the place on Wednesday of the same week in which the Association holds its annual meeting, and shall holJ quarterly meetings in concoction with the executive Hoard of the Association. Art. 6. After the annual expenses arc paid the remainder of the money in the treasury shall be appropriat' d to help the old and infirm memlw rz of the Association. Art. 7. Any member who shall disturb the peace of the church or its pastor shall be published unless satisfaction is given. Art. 8. The Union shall furnish a register and each nu m ber of the Union must register his name a boniftdo membership of the church of which he is a uh tuber. Art. !). Foreign ministers coming into the bound* of this district, wishing membership in thij Union shall confer with the President, thereupon find out if possible where he. lost served a* pastor, ai«* the church that holds his membership. The President shall then direct the secretary to write the church thot hold® his mernbi rrhip and if the church can furnish him with n boftitWe membership, also the church which he last past ured recognize him as t\ minister in good standing the same « eligible to membership in the Ministers' and Deacon*' Union. Art. -TO. The Union shall 'naw- power to drop from its mem bership, in any of its conxtiutional meetings, any person or prisons who have gained admission into the Union on fraudulent or any other cause the Union may deem proper. Ait. 11. Hut when a minister has been a foreigner, a strang er and comes into the district and unites with a regular Baptist chun h and proves himself to be an honorable member and min ister, in such ca-es the "President of the Uni.n shell !>•• empow ered to appoint a committee for investigation. The committee after investigation shall report the same to the Union which may adopt, reject or do whatever seems proper in their judg ment. Art. 12. This Union w ill not recognize any minister or min isters v<ho may attempt to ignore the rules or regulations of ths Union and Association by bia non-attendance. Alt. 13. During the pastor’s absence from th> pulpit, th. deacons .-haH fortify the pulpit ami let no minister in it whom they have reasons not to believe in good nnj regular standing. Art. 11. Tin Union .-hall pay the traveling expenses of the President to and from the anneal meetings. Art. 15. The minutes of the Union shall be printed, tog.-iher wth the minutes of the Association and the Union snail pay its quota. BY-LAWS Section 1. It i halt be the duty of the president to pre side at the annual and quarterly meeting* when it is possible to be I present. Sec. 2. It shall fcc the duty of the Vice-President to perform the duties of the President in the absence of the President or when he is disqualified. Pa* m Sec. 3. It shall be the duty of the Clerk to keep a faithful record of the meetings and to hand same over to the Recording Secretary at the close of the session. Sec. 1. It shall be the duty of the Recording Secretary to compile and hav the minutes printed and to r.tceive and care fur all papers belonging to the Union. Sec. 5. It shall be the duty of the Treasurer to receive nil moneys belonging to the Union and pay it out when ordered to do so by the Union, or upon an order drawn Vby th- Clerk and signed by the President. Sec, fi. It shall be the duty of the Corresponding Secretary to conduct all correspondence of the Union ami to lay the same before its annual session. Sec. 7. The Quarterly meetings of the Unio n in the absence of annual officers, may appoint such officers as .'it may need for the present time, but all hualnc** done must but reported to the meeting for its approval. Sec. 8 Any member failing to be present ^in the room) P durn’g roU cul1 **» «* ftnod 5 cents unless a readable excuse [ m given, v 1 'TW*l I I hi... , i —SMfclf V A VICTROLA WHEN YOU’RE TIRED Music smooths the kinks out of the day 8 problems. It "knits up the ravel’d sleave of care," and affords an illimitable source of mental and spiritual refreshment. Only with a Victrola and Victor Records can you realize full opportunity to enjoy com plete variety of the world’s best music—inter preted by the world s greatest artists of instru ment and voice. Get your Victrola now. Ask about our rental-payment plan. Play now and pay later. L- F. PARRISH Music Department and Furniture Store. OUR JOB OFFICE ^ We have had over 23 years of JL Active Experience in the print-V ing office and will give you the $ benefit of same just for the ask ing on that next iob of yours. *v^et Us Show You.” ' * _ * Iry us. We print from a visiting card to a large size poster. BOOK WORK A SPECIALTY We give courteous attention lo all inquiries and your patronage is earnestly solicited. Out of town work done promply. Send us the next iob please? We do all kind of Job work l etter Heads, Bill Heads, Statements. Envelopes Dodgers, Calling Cards. WAIKR'S INDIOSfllOM We #rc Agents for the Pr. Walker's OroAt Indigestion <'ure. Pare curt- for Indigestion, if directions are follow ed. It has cured o*hirs, why not you? Why suiter and die from Indigestion when you tind a cure? You can eat what you want whin you take Ur. Walkers'a Medicine Wo guarantee it. Sit right down and order a $1. bottle MRS. M. ,1. MoOUAHY, Agent, stfrd Pearl St.. Metropolis, III.