The Muskogee Cimeter. (Muskogee, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 22, Ed. 1, Saturday, September 25, 1915 Page: 1 of 4
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The Muskogee Cimeter
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bers filled to the brim
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quality read its "wholesome di-
verting fiction its contributions
by famous men and women its
various departments etc.
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IN CHURCH W0P.I
Success of Abyssinian Bapiisl
in New York.
UNIQUE FINANCIAL SYSTEM
Ably Conducted Religious Corporation
Founded 106 Years Ago Celebrates
Anniversary With Series of Public
Exercises and Raises $2040 Results
of Intelligent Leadership.
By N. OAUNBTT DODSON.
New York. The Abyssinian Baptist
church In this city of which the Uov.
Dr. A. Clayton Powell Is the capable
nnd highly esteemed pastor recently j
closed a teu days' celebration of its one
hundred and sixth anniversary Some
of the most able clergy men and lay-
men of the race took part in the until-
yersar.v exercises. Inspiring and nchol-
arly sermons were delivered by Itevs
II. II. Warring W. J. Lucas. W. M.
Moss V. H. Brooks. V I. Hayes.
W. II. Ilarrod anl S. V Tlmms.
Mr. Watt Terry the young real estate
operator of Brockton Mass. who Is re-
ported to be worth nearly a million
dollars and Hon. Fred It. Moore urged
the race to save money and go Into
business One of the features of the
celebration was a recital of saend mu-
sic by an orchestra of fifty members
from the Martin Smith music school.
Never before was a sacred concert
held on so large a scale seen In a
church among our people In this city.
The pastor and uflicers linked for
$2000 (luring the celebration. Up to
the fourth Sunday In Novembei $2010
had been reported and some auxil-
iaries were to be heard from This
church has a unique and admirable
method of conducting Its nativities.
The prayer meetings revival services
nnd financial rallies are conducted by
the eleven auxiliaries it Is the hush
noss of two of these auxiliaries to help
BKV. Dli. A. OLA.XTON POWKIjIi
September 25 11)15
Supreme Court Decision In Full
ONK OKLAHOMA CASK
rmu:i: makyland casus
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HON. J. C. MANNING'S LETTER.
Approves Work of National Independ-
ent Equal Rights League.
Tho following lottor has been re-
ceived by President Gunner of tho Na-
tional Independent Equal Rights
leaguo from tho Hon. Joseph O. Man-
ning a white man und former member
of the Alabama legislature:
Crawford House Boston Nov. 21 1014.
Rev. Byron Gunner President National
Independent Equal Rights League Hill-
burn N. Y.:
Dear Rev. Gunner If ever before there
was noeded any demonstration of tho ef-
fectiveness of an organization of tor and
by colered people In their own behalf this
has been shown by the league you huve
the honor to head as president. Vour or-
ganization has awakened the country and
forced the issue and has proved that "he
Who would be free must first strike tin-
blow." Surely now that the fighting ability ot
your league la shown there will be a dla-
position on the part of all colored people
to turn their support to It as the meant)
to the end of the achievement of the!-
rights. I hope that every posslblo support will
be concentrated to the end that the league
and Trotter and the Guardlun will bn
backed up for that continued achievement
which the recont events show yon car.
bring to pass Sincerely yours.
JOSEPH C. MANNING
IJ XLV ta' 5S
Vickrns tho Job Printer Muskoaee Okla.
Agent wii n(icl write toclny
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Twine, W. H. The Muskogee Cimeter. (Muskogee, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 22, Ed. 1, Saturday, September 25, 1915, newspaper, September 25, 1915; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc70180/m1/1/: accessed March 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.