The advocate. (Portland, Or.) 19??-19??, October 14, 1933, Page PAGE FFOUR, Image 4

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DIGESTING T H *
NEW*
the rountrv and tho*» Interested would
do w*U In writing lo th*m direct. And
RALPH L. LISTER
th* n»m** of th* m*ny who h»T* writ-
»M3 Ashwood Avenu*
t*n dlrwctly to m# for auch opportune
tie* will be turned over to them *o If
W. I’ h ila. Pa.
you don’t he*r from me per»on*Uy
you should be hearing from the*# var-
SERIOLE AGAIN
lou* concern who cun us* your **r
▼Ice from time to time. I’ll tell you
more about the Sta-Sweet opportuni­
ty after I hare peraonally contacted
Men who write history. In the fu­
them.
ture. will be interested in a little pic­
I hare been asked to publicly an­ ture of our 1933 civilisation.
nounce the fact that Artie F. Gentry,
It show* nine Negro youth* tn a
has opened up the "Modern Flower
cell In an Alabama prison reading,
Shop’’ right In the same blulding tn
They
which l a # located, his address being. talking playing and thinking
40» Kast 35th Street. Chicago. And are awaiting the final decision of pre­
Mr. Gentry want* it particularly known judiced Justice for a seriously attack
that he is In position to handle all upon two white girl* of questionable
out-of-town orders, either mail or tele­ reputation. This alleged attack was
graph. from persons who may want supposed to have taken place on a
flower* for all occasions deliTered to freight train, while all concerned were
friends and acquaintance* in Chica­ hobboiug (in separate freight cars'
go Mr Gentry hails fro Kansas City, One of the girls repudiated her testi­
having operated a florist shop there mony and declared the boys Innocent
for three year*, moving to Chicago a- Still they are in tail. They have had
one taste of Alabama* Justice and are
bout five year* ago.
now awaiting another.
I thank the Kuhn Remedy Company
All of this is not news. It has hap­
1SS7 Milwaukee Avenue. Chicago, for
the little booklet of testimonials con­ pened so often in the "Barbarian
cerning their rheumatic remedy and South” .
when space permits I shall be glad to
It will be real new* when Negroes
quote some of these testimonials for are given even a semblance of Justice
the benefit of the thousands of my rea­ in the South hWn Negroes are placed
der* who can use their product with on Juries and take their rightful place
much satisfaction to themselves and In helping to run the country that saps
the company, incidentally this firm their life’s blood. It will be real news
also desire* active agents throughout when lynching becomes a thing of the
the country.
past and Negroes are accorded the
rights, privileges and protection that
the Constitution of this country guar­
SOCIAL DOINGS
antees (what a mockery».
(Continued from page one»
| It would seem that some better plan
Whv not take
they passed the last week-end. return­ might be worked out
ing In time to attend the Birthday ’ steps (The Federal Government! to
party given by Mrs. W. P. Lomax prevent lynching and other wholesale
It was
Monday night at her home, honoring crimes against her citiiens?
A
Mr. Lomax. They report a pleasant done in the rase of kidnapping
few rich men were kidnapped and the
trip.
wheels of the Federal Government.,
Ivan Cannady celebrated his birth­ moved for immediate special legisla­
tion to meet this problem Yet a deaf
day on last Saturday. Oct. 7.
ear is turned to the demands fro lynch
legislation.
The Smart Set Bridge Club met at
No other group have contributed
the home of Stephen Wright on last
as much toward the building of this
Monday night.
country and received so little in re­
The dance given by the crew of the turn.
Dorothy Alexander on their fatrwell
Was it worse for these Negro youths
voyage to Portland on last Monday to be hobbotng their way on the same
nlte was a great success. Music was freight train with two white girl*,
furnished by a red-hot aggregation con­ than for a supposedly enlightened
sisting of Palmer Johnson, piano; state to demand their lives?
Beverley Harrison, saxaphone; Louie
Richardson, drums; Benny Dotson, gui­ ! A recent issue of the I.L.D Press re­
tar.
lease carries the following report made
Two extraordinary dancing acts after a recent survey. More than
were furnished; one by the team of thirty-four Negroes, male and female
Gudell Johnson and Harper Gaston, have been killed by whites in various
who have made quite a name for them­ section of the country. Their crimes
selves in the entertainers field, and the were, being on the street earlv in the
othr act by Emmett of the crew of the morning, resisting arrest, stealing a
Dorothy. Dancer* retired reluctantly, watermelon, refusing to push a stalled
when the strains of Home Sweet Home car. (occupants white of course! climb­
were softly wafted into their ears and ing over a fence, talking hack and
to their toes.
other pretty acts. These acts of terror
And so we bid farewell to the Doro­ are not confined to the south, as the
thy for another year.
survey shows, but are most common
there, where no attention is paid to
Chick Rawlins is now seen strutting them by the press.
the avenue, garbed in a new tan -polo
And may I add—very little attention
coat (Bradford's Best»
is paid to them here by the press.
The Adventurer’s Club of Bethel will
Within one week two Negroes have
resume meetings this week.
been killed, two sverely beaten and
Mrs. Willie Garnett of Seattle is five arrsted in a terror drive in West
Philadelphia. Pa. The local press
visiting her parents and daughters in
Portland. She will remain indefinitely. lWhite! practically Ignored this and
the Negroes here are very busy At
’’Sonny Boy" Cnthank who has been present their interest is struggling to
visiting his grandparents in Kansas get into, or drag some one out of the
City. Mo , is expected home early next 400 s (Who’s Who In Philadelphia!
week. He made the trip in company holding revivals and "Amos and Andy-
ing" through life.
with Mr* J W Ingersol who attended
the World's Fair in Chicago.
LESTERGRAMS: Is It not better
to die by the sword than perish from
Mrs. James Dee W’ llson Is reported the whip?
to be somewhat indisposed this week
The Advocate Publishing Co-
publishers o f “ The Advocate”
Published Every Saturday For The Past 29 Years
BEATRICE CANNADY-FRANKLIN. Editor
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OCTOBIR
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BOOK REVIEW
( Reviewed by Clifford Mitchell!
AMERICAN LUNCH ROOM
231 N. W. THIRD AVENUE
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Be Kind To Your FEET
Note: W s will be glad to advUe you
about your financial and domoetlc pro*
biomo. A stamp for our roply will bo
ASHBY C. DICKSON
11 y Borts Randolph
epproolatod.
Iky Kit* Reid
(Carlyle
House
307
Fifth
Avenue.
New
State Senator and
York City >
The moot vital question that Is bslng
1 By W. J. Whtatonl
former Circuit
Strang# things are happening under
dealt with today. Is
What can Iw»
In
the
reviewing
of
hooks
during
III*
the direction of this new dispensation
Multnomah County
done to help relievo the unemployment
paal
three
year*,
I
have
received
books
called
the
NRA
A
program
which
situation and It seems to n»e that our
Every one admire* courage, especial
on *v*ry conceivable subject: educa people are iieglcllug opportunities for
boars the earmark* of the banking dl
ly when it might make or mar hi* plan ^ " » “aniTthey "ire reaching out for
t
Iona
I.
hlatorlcal.
bioai
apblcal.
Mellon
work In a line where there Is very lit*
last week I told you of some of the
It , bills that I bad Inlioduc-d that we-. auU text books on many topica, but tie discrimination
for
, ht. u „, --
of . the
Head the "Want
— a
- national effort President , Rooae-
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, worker*
veil displayed that courage when lu
, k,ri>Kr»i,t so plainly written that
bv noth the House* sud sign. I now I am about I» continent on a prl Ad " column of any paper, and y«»u
went before the American la g ton con- k wonder there has not been a protest ^ flip governor, the’ are now gosi mer an.l an advanced study also on Htll timi that a large pi ,»p.»i t i. >n --i th«»
veation at Chicago, and told them why tnmi lht, n,„r* decent of this explol-
wr„ , oll ltllo (i„. .-tallite* which Ihe gelili» art of chiseling
Ads are for Salesmen «siiti Hale«w«>-
Of course from a personal angle I men
the deductions were made in certain
brotherhood because there are hri>||lth| niy |,»ntn* avet.-ge up o-u
can
learn
nothing
that
can
he
pul
In
cases affecting their pensions He told
rt.allv decent mem leer* in It May
rably. and this week I will discuss
Why is It that our men ami women
them bluntly that they should not ( put lnu, „ separate paragraph the
,>t¡,or fc|||a
I Introduc sd and practice a* the art of chlaellng. ac­ do iud ta|(«« advantage of these oppor*
think because of the fact that they picture of this program that I see writ
ln having enact, t Into cording to the IsH.k, bel,mas exclusive (unities* We buy final, clothing house
ly to the feminine sex. hut at least I h«d«l appliances, toilet articles, ntsga-
wore a uniform and performed a lo>a!
of fire upon the wall* of Uv>, #m, v ,|m,
m) bm , ,|lu(
can recognise the many personal sines. automobiles etc . Just tike any
duty to the nation that they should the temple at the days go by:
defeated
I "touches” that this ts.ok so clearly and other race of people and yet Ihe men
stand in line with every other cltlsen.
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Of course that did not apply to the
The first paragraph and one which
district* humorously describes
and women of other races, are always
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men who were disabled in service or has carried through the entire length
« ■ ' « h- old awa. » . J
th ones wit«» come to our do««rs. to sell
the.r dependent. The government t. Curiati P < ^ -,io n ^ ’ u. d o .n he have
To Intr.«duce continuity and to make th«»iie things to us
would see that they were adequately s u p p l y ‘l l
h r
' r h, !
1er for domestic purp........ huet It Ihe book Inlerestlna the author first
The excuses our pr««ple give are *
cared for But those who have post ce*
Then when the farmer now is
.hough some vandal* have Introduces u* lo Greta Grey, a diminu­ "I d«> not like canvassing/' or I do not
war disabituile* should be cared for » ha> do we get the farm
»»»'
hllbl, ,,f A,
flume, tive llllle girl from Ihe country who know how to « aiivass," both which. In
first by the community or state befor# promises that there should he a rar
tampering and Inter- ha* big city Idee», a determinai ion. my mind, are not reasonable at all I
applying (or aid from the Federal gov- mera bollila on the r wheat I he cam#
^
#m| h( » tilingueas to play Ihe game In the
may not like sweeping streets, hilt I
ernment That last phase of the mat- the cotton order from the agrirtllttuAl
, nv
wa 1er district* moat modern way. and a natural form will do so to earn money I may never
ter does not meet »Ith th# full appro- section of the NRA under which thou
.
wlth that aerves a* an entering wedge lulu
have worked In a store or fa« lory, hut
ballon of the Legion»,re* An enthu sands of acres of cotton land was plow
^
nl«uaûot, any tuaaculln« eoe let y
I would certainly ho witling lo learn
• » •
siasllc reception was given the Ib-est- ed up and the users of what cotton
^
reouest of some of the un­
What any ««lie else can do. you can
With thl* hettiitiful hit of friululty do. If you will make up your mind to
dent. Who having seen service over was left are taxed 4 7 per cent the •*>1'" I J . / r
«. I ^ t & n d £ ■ -
seas, could address them as “com- money to go Into the pocket* of the
number ■»"» which Provided uh* IraVi»* the country home with two trv hard enough
ra d es-
cotton f.eld owner* to pay them for
'
that if any person shall maliciously, «totUr* hut nhe lone* no time In liiAkitiR
Colored business will never succeed
their lost cotton crop*.
wantonly, or unlawfully Injure or de»- profitable contacta even though phe until «uitslde salespe«iple ran be se­
The more intelligent the culprits, the
Then came the purchase of the tr.o on . of the pr.-i-.rtv of the privale give* hut Utile In return In fact that cure«! to bring In Ihe «»r«|ers If every
more culpable the .rim nal
I e per-
#|tni llorkt.p, for which the NRA water districts or retain possession of t* her mollo. ‘Tiri a a much a* ponjithlo colored business enterprise could se-
son
.on whose environ, have been of such
... muih a squeal or refuse «o deliver any meter or olh ami give a « little ait poaalbte“ and on «-tire three outside salesmen or women
a nature that his nature ha.-« been
A recent i»aragrgi'h ©ay» that owing to **r appi Uncen which may have b*«»n her Journey to New York and In get to soll« it orders for them, think of the
warpped can ht» sympathised with
the intervention of Mm Hinmetrelt. the loanett or rente»! to hint or them, for tlllg established there we see that she many thousand persons, who would
Th.'\ have not had the benefit of in-
|
will be fed to the unemploy- the purpose of meaaurlaf or furnish Is nalurslly Incdined lo live up to her Immediately he pul to work Constant­
philosophy and after acquiring a little ly Increasing retail business woubt la*
telles -1 na I association, goswi book, to
dropped lulo the Ing w .ier Ihrongh th.- N M , -hall
read and fine moral training Society
fat vals as Is being done In certain any manner dispose of the aame such hit of sophistication she soon learns ter «temami factories to supply them
may not have beep, kind to him; no st.H-kyard* in this uetghhorhood gue- person upon rouvlctlon thereof shall to do little but receive
with gtMHls. opening another large field
s • •
[for employment We are being thrown
Ä
»
After the pork is eaten up by the be punished by a fine of not le*a than
The book Is so humorously written out by the other fellow, and It Is up
L
,m.
unemployed and ns more IS forthcom IL> or more than »S.H» or by Imprleou that even the poor boob the male —
and isuikfeisms
troublesome eèr—è
career become
int- ing.
what will th* aforesaid unemploy- ment In the county pail of not more
to us to make a place for ourselves,
bltter.'d. For such one can have
ed ewt—or will so much pork diet kill than 6 months, or by both auch fine any male will get quite a kirk out of j Kvery thing we do In life re<julres
feeling of sympathy. But what of the them all off?
Its reading and although he recognise* salesmanship When you apply f«»r a
and imprisonment.
learned and Intelligent person w ho can
the many trtcys exposed he neverthe­ J
« . mi a r e t r y i n g t o mr\\ Y o u r t.est
lets stop a moment and talk
— ■—
commit a moat wttfu't criminal act* a Now
little bit about the foregoing and
The bill clearly had for its purpose less feels like playing his natural role, self to your pr«»spe< five employer
Should there be the same amout of what It all means
the
boob,
sud
to
assist
little
Oreta
still
the protection of private property, was
i When jrou are seeking companionship.
sympathy extended as to one who may
further along In her art of chiseling .)«‘u try to sell y«»ur personali!v All
a good bill and notwithstanding s o m e
. . .
have been less fortunate in the socUt
First let me ask a question’ Is it oposition to It. It was passed by both
|of your life, you have been talking
sense? Many will sav. No' Yet there any secret that the wheat crop, the houses and signed bv the governor on
No doubt this h*»ok will be In greAt aales talks even th«nigh y«»u have ne
are any number of maudlin persons cotto» crop, the h>< . rop. the cannery March Ihe lmh
demand
by
those
females
who
are
ser­
in. .. the passage of
ver i «'aliceli that y«»u were doing so.
who !ose sight of <j>* P»
“ » “ <>
packtln order to Icalance the diet of , h#l toll! have not heard ..( any com iously and actively interested in the
You do n«»t have t«i he a glib talker
gentle art of chiseling
to he a salesman There la a certain
. ‘ * 1 Î ? '. » „ ¡ ¡ l ì ? - ^ : ì ' Z : L b* ,h- NRA * * mu,t ht' " *Urrh * h" * ‘ - Pi**'«» •’»nun« from private wat.-r di»
flowers of sympathy on the culprit. fat .squealers. fruK cannery pack, that , n . i* i..-. ..use ,,f the destruction of
line of talk that goes with certain
S U P P L I M I N T A L RCAOINQ
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, .
.
these crops including the cotton, the their property
kinds «»f arti« !«'© Study the g o o d i«olnts
The Informer is a little monthlv «>f the articles y «»xi are preparing to
The fact that so much endeavor 1» main use of which is to clothe u*.
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m*an t
'
n
d
*"
10 ,h’’
before
| am m l,,* t„ t. II you of a bill Ihat bulletin, entirely mimeographed, and sell, commit them to memory, ami y«»u
sent free to all interested reader* by are ready to make a start
0 t ' Z [ V T T T n ,h,,> ,,v,‘r
,h’'
N° " ,h,'n • mir.wlu.ed in which I fell ...me pride Scott s lleauty Srhnnl, «105 Forest
I * pie ho are secure in their ,Hvsi- w^en
noble NRA puts Its hand h
both the Menat** and House
j Iki not t»e tramping the streets every
ville Avenue. Chicago,
Illinois, and k j afptj hgndgd i.-'king for ,»
Hon
never
seek
But m ine
, h„ ,<ocaeis
<H kets or
of tne
the » consuming
nubile but , 1 when
k
,,OU
Ir
-v.iv»
m. to
if crush
.fe. but built
»V sv-iu»
msuming pumic
It . nac hed , the governors
conducted by
Mrs K Nlghtengsle
WOrd ls I u r m e d f !haf
’ U,h ** ' ,r,‘ n y,,U ‘,n’1 1 *n,‘
U* “ « '« ’«’ ■
Kxcell.ncv had the Offl.ial Scott, of whom I briefly commented In If business people see you going fr"tn
ces of ihe e»Mh
domina.^' . 1 1
UP ' h''
* l,h whlch lo W
»«’ to ax all sharpen#., up like a Fill my last week s Dlgenting the News'* door I«» door or office to «ifflce trying
>» .11. I L " . d- mlnate civiU. the tarm,,{ f,,r his .ntis, at*.l wheaL pino ts.lo and wnh me (.11 -w.s.p ,,(f
to Sell smethlug. they wi l l give you a
Job of some kind, because you are
This makes the third mimeographed ■bowing Initiative
publication I now regularly receive
I lutem! in the near future, to out­
The first Is "School News**, puhll*he«l
line what I consider the essential prin
hr the prisoners at Jackson. Michigan, « ipals o f g*Mi«| salesmanship, and the«#
which I have received regularly up outlines will be available to persons
t»» two weeks ago when for some un­ who are really lutereste«!
known reason It ntopp«-d coming
Note
The starve article la the first
Ssh«H)| News editor please note
of a series of articles dealing with
things of practical flnam'tal value to
The aect.nd tnimeographed publica­ th«» race We believe that this column
tion Is "Negro Market" which comes "Advisory .Herví« e" will fill g long felt
once a month through the courtesy want on the part of our readers, for
and tyrany they would be In a pos
Of course, these motion* and demur- of Mr AIf>on I« llolsey. secretary of something along this line
«Ion to deal Justly and with symi^thy fruit grower <>r parker? Johnle. your
are
at
the
head
of
the
class—where
rer*
are permitted by the law and the the National .Negro llusIneMn league,
and mercy. Mr Hitler's d ie t has gone
president of the Nr MA Stores Scott’s Supreme l'r«»ducta
does
the
money
g
o-
"Teacher
it
basks
lawyer*
are within the law—but they and
Inc.
so far as to make a treasonable offense
lo me as If It goes to the lunik»." seem too often to takw advantage of
against ihe Nazi German government vnotii. r ■l ues, >n Johnnie, do the the situation and In filing ihelr .Ills
Th«» hack rov«»r I© likewise devoted
for a Negro and Aryan to dance t.e
1
And now comes "The Informer" for to advertisements of her prialui ts and
hanks help out the common people lory pb-as they put the tnipuyers to
«ether In a public place
Well
_*,w hen they need money to buy food and * great and unnecessary expense In the third mimeographed publication f«>r mimeographed work she has very
for that, one need not go to Germany
It has a crimson color cover with a attractive drawings of her various
to find such e.|h-ts in law Only this, clothing and fuel to keep them warm?" fact, one of the departments of our «(rawing of the Scott lliilldlng occupy­ product© All of the Insbl«» pages are
instead of it being made a treasonable "No teacher, not unless the common circuit court devote* most of It* time ing the entire front cover
The In devoteil to |>ersonal comments and
act tt is made possible for a sentence person can pay » per cent interest, listening the arguments on motions side cover is devoted to a listing of news concerning Incidents of daily
In the jail for vagrancy. There are The bankers and their families lake “ n,l demurrer»—the Judge of ihls de- the various products handled by Mrs. happenings at the school and of Its
so many big thing that should have trips to Europe and spend It In tux- part men t Is known as the preabllng Nightengale Scott and announcing the students and graduât«*©, etc
A copy
attention during this crisis that It do*-* uries and send theli children to col- i » (!ge-
fa« t that she desires agents In all parts of this ulque publication Is free to all
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s-em so absurd to waste so mu. !i time lege* and high priced private schools.
•
f
the
country
to
handle
her
line
of
readers
and buy high priced automobile* and
relieve thl* situation. I Intro-
over trivial hatreds
build million dollar homes They don t •luct-.l Senate Hill 22» whirl provide!
pay It out In wages to the working peo- ** fallow*
pie nor In tale* ”
"The chief Justice of the Supreme
(I |tloMd MSI t N k )
Court of the State "f Oregon Is here
R u b on M u sterole. U sed
by authorized and directed tn appoint
a committee of five persons to serve
b y m illions fo r 25 year».
without pay. to be known as th» sim­
N O T just a salve, but ■
DUCK JORDAN - 31« 23rd Av». Editor rhon« Ea. 1430!
ALSPLUNO DRUG STORE
plified "pleading committee "
YVONNE CHATTERS - 20« 2Mh Av*
“ counter-irritant. ” A ll
The simplified pleading committee
oOo
druggists.Three strengths.
shall prepare forms of pleading In ci­
vil suits and actions, and submit the
Several young p»np(* of Seattle are
Sixth A Clisan Streets
FIRST A M. E ZION CHURCH
same, together with thlr report thero- planning to attend the Methodist Con­
on. to the next biennial session of the ference in I'orliand wrhlch begins next
14th Avenue A Eaat Plh* Sta.
Oregon Slate legislature for approval wrpek.
PORTLAND, OREGON
Rev. H. Leo Johnaton*. Pastor
or rejection.”
Reduce tn Its simplest analysis thl*
Stranger* Especially Welronia
II Is what is meant by the hill Suppose
Mr* C. FFlntcber I* visiting friend*
you Hitstaln an Injury as the result of In I'ortland.
the carelessness and negligence of a
Schedule of Sorvicoo
nother and go to your attorney and re­
9 45 A. M. — Sunday School
quest him to commence an action a-
11 A | |
S. M i l 'll
gainst the guilty party He In good
PATRONIZE
7 00 P. M —C. E
faith files his complaint. The law pro­
8:00 P. M. —Sermon
• • • Th*—
vide* that the answer or other appear­
ance must tie made In ten days. On
the 10th day the attorney for the de­
EBENEZER A. M. E. CHURCH
GALA
T H E A T R E
fense files a motion to strike out cer­
tain allegations of the complaint and
23rd Avenuo A East Ollvt St.
22nd Av* and E. Madlaon St.
that motion Is not heard for another
Rev. Qsorgo F. Martin, Pastor
ten days or a month, due to the fact
New Management
New Owners
that the lawyers are unable to agrev
Schtdula of Sunday Services
on a date for Ita hearing; then nfter
NEW EQUIPMENT
9:30 A. M —Sunday School
two or three such motions are filed the
defense counsel files n demurrer; and
II 00 A M — Sermon
by the time the Issue* are made up,
Exerything new except the Name
(1:30 P. M — Vartck C. E.
sevral months’ lime have been wasted
8:00 P. M. —Sermon
Then, due to the congested condition
of our court calendar, your case does
not comg on for trial for a year dur
Prayer Moating Every Wed at 8
Ing which time anything may have
happened to your witnesses and you
Strangers Especially Welcome
are the loses.
Now. under my bill, I proposed that
COAL
the simplified pleading committee
Par Ion. . .
MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
should provide forms for complaints,
And UP
Rev. T. M. Davis, Pastor
simple as may be possible, and when
We Handle All Kind* of Coal
adopted by the bjklslatiire all your at­
torney would have to do woufd hd 'o
WOOD
Schedule of Sunday Sorvicoo
follow the form to fit your case and
9:30 A M —Sunday Rehonl
there would be no delay- the Issued
11:0* A. XI. —Sermon
Our wood It dry and
would be made up and your case would
8:30 P. M. —B. Y. P. U.
will pleaea you.
go on the trial calendar for trial with
out delay
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