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Twelve Wise Men and What They Did for a Race: Schools of the Freedmen's Aid Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church Brought Down to Date
			
               The Centenary
  As the Freedmen's Aid Society is included in
the Centenary Movement, its friends may desig-
nate their Centenary gifts in whole or in part
for the Freedmen's Aid Society or any of its
schools, and have full credit on Centenary
pledges and subscriptions for such gifts.  This
also applies to annuities and bequests.

            Bequests and Devises
  Persons disposed to make bequests to the
Society by will are requested to observe the
following form:
  I give and bequeath to "The Freedmen's
Aid Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church,"
a corporation under the laws of the State of
Ohio, the sum of $ ............, and receipt of
the Treasurer thereof shall be a sufficient dis-
charge to my executors for the same.
  For further information, write the Corre-
sponding  Secretaries, P. J. Maveety and I.
Garland Penn, 420 Plum Street, Cincinnati, O.
All checks and drafts should be made payable
to John H. Race, treasurer.




			
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