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Nile Queen Buildinft—Homs of Nil# Queen Proparetiosui
An Unusual Opportunity
for men and women capable of earning salary of $50.00 per
week. We have openings for hustling, persons to
cover city, county or travel entire state territory doinfc special
organization work. The Nile Queen Corporation now bein&
organized on a profit-sharing basis is putting into operation
a new plan which offers a &ilt edge opportunity to small
Wide awake men and women who want to make real money
or have their savings earn substantial dividends, cannot
afford to overlook this opportunity.
For full information address Dept. B,
[ Incorporators Nile Queen Corporation or
Kashmir Chemical Co.
3423 Indiana Avenue Chicago
Few’s Grocery Store
Fancy line of Groceries, Flour, Sugar, Coffee, Tobacco
Snuff, Cigars and Soft Drinks.
This is the place to get your money’s worth.
1375 Hancock Avenue '
Pope St. <2ash Grocery
* “THE STORE OF QUALITY ”
Cor. Reese & Pope Sts.
Fancy line of Groceries, Stationery, and General
Greyer Bethel A. M. E. Church
Bii’ups and Sts.
Rev. J. N. Miller, Pastor
terv ees Every Sunday
Friendship Baptiist Chucrh
« rch Street
Rev. J. F. Henry, Pastor
Serv ces F rst un lay
Mistletoe Company I.—Fraternity Hall
2nd and 4th Tuesdays, Drill Practice
No. 19, I. O. S.—l 9 Hall
Meets every Monday
Past Officers Coun Union Hall
Ist and 3rd Thursdays
Mistletoe Lodgo, No. 142—Fraternity
Meets Ist and 3rd Tuesdays
C. H. Lyons Chapter, No. 1,,D.-W. M.S.
Meets each Thursday at Callaway Bldg.
The City of Madison and vi
cinity was pained to receive the
news of the death of Mrs. Emma
Bass, Route 6, Madison, which
occurred on the evening of the
3rd inst. Mis. Bass had been
ailing for about two weeks, but
was not considered dangerously
ill. In the early afternoon of
her last, day, however, when it
became apparent that .the final
summons was not fat away fate
I willed that all of the four
children and husband should
Rev. Allen, pastor First Bap
tist Church, at Madison, attend
ed the funeral, assisted by Rev.
Wm. Jackson and Rev. M. L
Fambro, Rev. B. B. Williams
I sang. Two of Mrs. Bass’ favorite
songs, “Life Is Like a Mountain
Railroad” and “There Is No
thing between Me and the Sav
ior” were sung. Many beauti
ful floral offerings were placed
upon her casket.
Mrs. Bass leaves four child
ren, Mrs. Annie Moore, of Madn
son, Miss Jessie Elizabeth Bass,
a teacher in the public school at
Madison, Miss Alina and Lther
■Bass, her widower, Mr.
■Bass, and one sister, who resides
■at Birmingham, Ala.