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IUWMAGE STORE, 2621 Gran'
2'»09 North 24th Street
Best Chili and Best Hod Dogs
in the West
All Kinds of Sandwiches
I Ice Cold Beer to Complete
Shoe Pride or
Sho>e Shame . . .
Shoe* look new again
with our new invisible half soling.
Lake Shoe Service
2407 LAKE ST.
S P E C I A L .
Shampoo . 25c
' * ■ 25c
Manicure ..... 15c
Plarn Facial . 25c
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THE OMAHA GUIDE
BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL
S*ve time, worry, confusion and money by
consulting this complete Directory of Neigh
borhood and City Business places.
2426 N. 24th St. Ja. 9195
£422 No. 22nd St WE 0846
STEPHENSON BEAUTY SHOP
■yi N. 24th St At 5810
2866 Maple St JA 6116
Ohas. M. Simmons, Prop.
We Cut, Trim Make Suits to Order
Make all kinds of alterations for
Ladies and Gents.
Cleaning and Repairing
1918 No. 24th St.
American Wiener Shop
2609 N. 24th Street.
KING YUEN CAFE
20104 N. 24th St. Ja. 8576
1692 N. 24th St._We. 4019
For real Cleaning and Laundry
» Service Call DON’S
$A 0565 2008 No. 24th St.
Rev. D. C. Stephenson, Prop.
ELITE CIGAR STORE
8812 N. 24th St.Ha. 4226
1904 N. 24th St We. 0998
84th and Lake We. 0609
2114 No. 24th St JA *643
Our Sausage a specialty
2414 Grant St We. MM
DONAHOO A HOYLE
Norge Appliance Oo.
2423 Farnam St. Ha. 060C
W. F. HOCH
Grading and Excavation
4603 Ames Ave. Ke. 031$
24th and Lake We. 6444
2324 N. 24th St. We. 102V
EDHOLM A SHERMAN
2401 N. 24th St_We. 006*
HEFT A NOYES
40th and Forest Lawn Ke. 1733
1616 N. 24th St. We. 4757
BEN A KERMIT ANDERSON
Painting, Wall Washing and
23 Years Experience
Estimates free Work Guaranteed
12801 Miami St. 2872 Binny St.
Phone WE 5826
I CHURCH NEWS
ST. JOHN A. M- K. CHURCH
“The Friundljr Church"
Kev. 1<- A. Adams, Castor
The Sunday school opened at
the usual time of 9:30 a. m. Mr
A. K. Goodlett acted ag superin
tendent. The Sunday school was
glad to have Mrs. Elza Turner
back, who was absent last Sunday.
Church services began at 10:45.
.Rev. Adams’ seimr-m was from,
“Neither the woman without the
man, neither the man without the
woman." also 1 He that is without
sin among you let him cast the
first Btone at her.”
Miss Fidelia Rucker of Nashville,
Tenn., daughter of Mr. and Mj-s.
Thomas Rucker has returned for a
brief visit with her family.
The Christian Endeavor is to be
congratulated on the Allen’s Day
program they presented last Sun
Tho Hillside choir- directed by
Rev. J, S. Williams, drew a large
congregation at the Sunday night
services. The program was sponsor
ed by Mrs. Laura Adams It was
enjoyed by all,
Th0 Church of the Living God
; Mission met at the home of Sis.
I E. Claik, 2122 No. 27th avenue
The meeting was ca'hd to order
with the president in charge. Com
nii'leeg mad. their reports. Eld'*r
I, Graham is on the sick list. He
s some better now. The Mission
S ' rs gavr a shower on the host
1 ■ s for the baby, Several useful
th ngs were rcc iv d. After wh:ch j
• iir meeting was brought to a
eloge. The hostess seiwcd a very
colorful repast which was enjoyed
The Missios Sigt.crs invite all
who are interested in the work of
• he I,oid to visit their meeting
For information as to place of
err meeting call our president,
Sis. M. Wright. 2520 No. 25th
street, AT 5248
Sis. M Wright, President
Sis. M. L. Steele, Reporter
ARE YOU ONLY A
MEN. because they are men. can
never understand a three
quarter wife—a wife who is aU lovo
and kindness three weeks in a
month and a hell cat the rest of
No matter how your back aches
— how your nerves scream—don't
take it out on your husband.
For three goticrat ions one woman
has told another how to go "smil
ing through with Lydia K Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound. It
helps Nature tone up the system,
thus lessening the discomforts from
the functional disorders which
women must endure In the three
ordeals of life: 1. Turning from
girlhood to womanhood. 2. Pre
paring for motherhood 3. Ap
proaching "middle age."
Don't be a three-quarter wife,
take LYDIA E PINKHAM'S
VEtiKTAllLK COMPOUND and
Go "hmlUug Through."
PIT GRIM BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. 0. E. Stevenson, Pastor
Mrs. M. S. Dixon, Reporter ..
Sunday school was as usual.
Our superintendent, Mrs. Gatua,
was absent. She attended the de
j.armental work of the Religious
Training school at the First Bap
The regular church services were
interesting as the pastor spoke
from the 51st Psalms on, ‘Sin
and Its Punishment.” There were
several visitors present who were
made welcome to the church.
BYPU was enjoyed by all. Group
No. 3 was in charge of the pro
Evening services were, well at
tended considering the weather.
Pilgrim is well represented in
the Baptist Training school now
in session at the First Baptist
church 26th and Park avenue.
Those attending are Mr. J. W, Da
cus, Mr- R. C. Jowers, Mrs. Alic"
Robbins, Mrs. Catherine Jackson,
Mrs. Lula Gatus. Miss Christine
Dixon and Mrs. Minnie Dixon.
From this group, four will receive
A long pull, a strong pull and
to pull together will make for a
strong eburch. Help us to be edu
cational and gain spiritual stren
gth. Ke"p this date, March 17, to
enjoy yourself tt n Calendar Lun
cheon, sponsored by the Heart-to
fi ETHEL A. M. E CHURCH
Rev. T. J. Sanford, Pastor
J. S, Jefferson. Reporter
Sunday school was called to or
der at 9:45 with very good attend
ance. Subject, “Choosing Compan
ions in Service.” Text, 3:7-19; 31
The h-sson was well discussed
and a splendid review by the super
At 11:00 the pastor brought an
inspiring sermon. Subject, Acts 4:
1-24. Text, “Neither is there sal
vation in any other for there is
none other nnnve under Heaven
gsven among men. whereby we
must be saved.” Everyone enjoyed
the wonderful message. The Junior
choir under the direction of Mrs
F. Cloud rendered a special service
for the Congregation.
Big Trustees, Contest will come
off next Sunday night, Februni-y
27. Five ladies are the contestants
and they are depending on you
Please stand by them. Mrs. Thelma
Lewis and Sister Saunders are
much improved and w® hope to see
them in their pew again soon. Sev
eral visitors were present, abong,
them Mr3. Sara Buckner of Kan
sas City, Kns., the sister of the
blind man, Mr, Joe Chin, the de
ceased. We extend to her our heart
The Allen Endeavor League
meets every Sunday evening at
C:30. Mrs. Martilla Young, presi
Remember our pnryer and class
every Wednesday night. Come and
worship with us visitors are al
For real church news read the
2306 No. 24th St. WE 1711
IT PAYS TO LOOK WELL
MAYO’S BARBER SHOP
Ladies’ and Children’■ Work
2422 Lake Street.
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IOE LOUIS, tlie World's
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uses only MURRAYS HAIR
POM APE because it is a
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Dressing It must be good I
You try it TODAY 11
Abd-’l’-Baha . son of founder
of Baha’i Fahh.
During one of the talks he gave
in Washington, D. C.. April 1912,
be said, "When the racial elements
of the American nation unite in
actual fellowship and accord the
lights of the oneness of humanity
will shine, the day of eternal glory
and bliss will dawn. The spirit of
God, encompass and the divine fa
Under the leadership of and
training of God, the real shepherd,
all will be protected and preserved.
He will lead them in green pas
tures of Happiness and sustenance
and they will attain to the real goal
of existence. It was for the bene
fit, primarily of the western
world that Abdu-T-Baha reduced
the teachings of his father Baha
‘ii’-llah. to what is commonly re
ferred to as the ‘Principles’’ or
“ 1 wt Ive Basic Baha’i Teachings.”
1. The oneness of mankind.
2. Independent investigation of
3. The foundation of all religion
■J. Religion must be the cause, of
5. Religion must be in accord
with science and reason.
6. Equality between men end wo
V. Prejudice of all kinds must be
8. Universal peace.
9. Universal education,
10. Spiritual solution of econom
11. A universal language.
12. An international tribunal.
"The teachings of Baho ‘u’llah !
nre the breaths of the Holy Spirit
that create men anew."
SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. Pettis, Pastor
Carrie Harris, Reporter
Sunday school opened at 9:30
with the superintendent presiding.
At 11:00 o’ocloek our pastor, who
wasn’t feeling well presented an
inspiring message. His text was
found in the 8th chapter of Jere
miah, 20th verse, “The harvest is
past and the summer ended.” His
subject, “We are not Saved.” Choir
service was rendered by the, Junior
choir, all day.
BYPU opened at 5:30 with the
president presiding. A very lovely
program was presenecf by the of
ficers of the BYPU.
At 8 o’clock Rev. Pettis present
ed his sermon. His text was 3rd
chapter of Book of Revelation, 7th
Our Prayer meeting is coming
along splendid. Last Wednesday 22
were present. Visit us sometimes.
Sick of the church, Bo. Hamn,
Mrs. Elma Porter
Baptising at the church next
Sunday at the close of BYPU.
Visitors are welcome at Salem.
SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. D- Nicholson, Pastor
Sunday school opened at its us
ual hour with the superintendent,
Miss Rachel Cason, presiding. All
had a very good lesson. Two were
added to the school.
Morning service was in high with
the Calvary Baptist church choir
and pastor present. All had a won
derful time. The Tribe program
was a great success.
Evening service was in high. The
pastor brought forth a powerful
message. Subject, “Everlasting
The young people of Clarinda
will present a play titled ' Bash
ful Mr. Bob.” Monday evening,
February 28, at 8 p. m. All are
welcome to come and witness this
MT. MORIAH BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. F. P. Jones, Pastor
At the morning worship we lis
tened to a spirit-filled sermon
John 34 was be background for
the subject: 'Hidden Supplies.”
This sermon was rich with good
.thoughts and was well delivered.
At the evening service we again
heard an interesting discourse on
the subject “Charity.” found in 1st
Next Sunday afternoon which is
the 4th Sunday, the Willing Work
er:-, and Helping Hand Clubs are
featuring a special program at 3
ocloek. A young man who is just
starting in the minisry will preach
Thursday evening. Feb. 24th at
8 o’clock, the BYPU is sponsoring
the T,as Cantores music club in a
program at the church. The publ'c
Saturday, Feb. 26, the Helping
Hand club is giving a chitterling
supper at the home of Mrs. Bd
Many of our members are on the
sick list. The latest addition is
Mrs. V. O. Jones, wife of the pas
tor. who went to the Methodist
hospital Monday to undergo an op- !
eration. Tuesday morning. For her
and the offer our pray
ers unto OodTjaFa complete recov
Visitors and friends are always
It Is Human
for folks to buy where they get
most for their money.
We want you readers to feel
free to visit our large ware
[louse furniture department
and see the high grade quality
furniture we offer at prices
much [owqr thaq yotl would
We make liberal allowances
for your od furniture that you
want to trade in.
Convenient terms can be ar
ranged. See our offerings before
purchasing else where.
FIDELITY STORAGE A VAN CO., lot.
It07 HOWARD ST. JA OMR
Entrancesi 16th, Douglas and Dodge Streets j
Saturday! New Arrivals tot
Fashion features that are certofi
spring successes! Types for street or
dresswear ... in new high shadeSL
and lovely floral prints. Fine quality
royon and silk crepes, In womfBj
and misses' sizes.
Kay Lawrence Williams, Attorney
24th and Lake Streets
In the matter of the estate of
John William Gatus, deceased:
TO: The Heirs at Law, creditors,
and all other persons interested in
You are hereby notified that a
petition has been filed in this
Court on the 14th day of February
1938, by Travis Aneell Gatus, alleg
ing that John William Gatus died
on the 13th day of January, 1930,
intestate; that at tjh© time of ,h*s
death he was a resident of Omaha,
Douglas County, Nebaska and that
he was possessed of interest in the
i following described real estate, to
West 55 feet of Lot 5, Shill's
Sub. Division of Block A, Shinn's
Addition to the City of Omaha,
Douglas County, Nebraska, as sur
veyed, platted and recored.
That said petitioner has an inter
est in said real estate, being the
Son of said deceased; said petition
er prays that a hearing he had on
said petition, that notice thereof
be given as required by law, and
that upon said hearing a decree of
heirship be entered and further ad
ministration of said estate be dis
You are therefore notified that
a hearing will be had on said pet
ition at the County Court Room
on the 21st Day of March, 1938. at
9:00 A. M. and that if you fail to
appear at said time and place and
contest the said petition, the
Court may grant the same, enter
a decree of heirship, and decree
that further administration of said
cstate be dispensed with,
American and Chinese Dishes
King Yuen Cafe
2010'/, N. 24th St. Jackson 8576
Open from 2 p. m. until 3 a. m.
MOBILE GAS, MOBILOIL
and FUEL OIL
24TH and WILLIS AVE
Johnson Drug Co.
Liquors, Wines and Beer
WE 0998 1904 No. 24th SL
111 So. 14th St.
Biggest 10c Meals In City
2033 NO. 24TH ST.
Special On Army Shoes
Aiay Shoes left over 30 Days
Will Be Sold for Charges
% The new "Star" Magic Chef was created
to be the range oi the year . . . replete
with many new features that make for
better, more economical cooking. Exam
ine this beautiful gas range! It is being
introduced to Omaha during February
only at REDUCED PRICES, which include
a liberal trade-in allowance on your old
PAY ON YOUR
UP TO THREE
mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Carrying Charge)
In connection with the special sale, twp
models from the famous “ROPER” line are
J "ROPER" AT SPECIAL DISCOUNTS
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