The Dallas Express (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 6, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 13, 1920 Page: 3 of 8
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CHAIN OF THE WORLDig
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Everybody Will Need a Nest Egg. The Best Nest Egg On Earth Is
GOLDEN CHAIN E WORLD
. THE WORLD'S GREATEST LODGE
THB DALLAS EXPRESS DA IX AS TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 13 1920.
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Miss RUTH H. COSSLET
Cheif Secretary of the Supreme
Secretary. Miss Cossley attended
Prairie View State Normal and In
dustrlal College. She has had six
years experience as a teacher in
the public schools of Texas.
Mias JOSIE R. HARRIS
General Bookkeeper Golden Chain
of the World. Miss Harris is a
graudate from Dallas High School
also attended Langaton University
Miss MARY A UN EE HENRY
Individual Bookkeeper Golden
Chain of the World. Miss Henry
is a graduate of East Texas Acad-
emy Tyler Texas.
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Q . Individual Bookkeeper Golden - ' K'-' "'"'.' A
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Miss LEOLA V. ADAMS
. t t. n A Jl4 Mrs. E. E. WILLIAMS.
n Q Secretary to the Supreme Auditor. '
AAA Miss Adams Is a graudate from Supreme Empresa Golden Chain of the
Hi Bishop College Marshall Texas. World. An accountant
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J. W. JEFFREY
Supreme Secretary Golden Chain of the
World. Thirty years a teacher.
Join today Die today Pay today
That's us! Nobody else.
Founder Organizer and Supreme Knight
Golden Chain of the World. That's us.
Wo present on thia page the Gold-
en Chain of the World's office force.
All of the people appearing on this
page are employed daily in our
office except Mrs. N. H. Tolan. The
reason of her appearance is fully
The Golden Chain of the World
has a bevey of 10 lovely young
ladles working in Its offices who are
without contradiction the best paid
young ladles In Texas. The most
of them- are school teachers. But
owing to good treatment and fair
dealing as well as good salaries
they have cast their lot with the
The Golden Chain has the finest
offices in Texas; worth $5000.00
and no incumbrances
The Chain does not owe $1.00 to
any of its deceased members fam-
ilies that is due.
After paying your joining fee you
pay $1.40 and become financial Die
in 10 minutes thereafter your fam-
ily will be due about $432.00 to
$500.00 $200.00 in your home by
telegraph within 45 minutes after
notice. That's us Nobody Else.
Rave Throe Classes'
A-Class 6 months to . 15 years.
B-CIaas 16 months to 52 years.
C-Cla8s 53 to 90 years.
Prom the cradle to the grave
That's us Nobody else.
Mrs. Tolan is the wife of our
Supreme Knight T. E. Tolan. She
does not work In the Golden Chain
office although efficient to do so;
but Mr. ZTolan's motto is only one
out of any family may work In the
the Chain's office because there are
many members of families belonging
to the Chain and they must be con-
sidered when more help Is needed
In the Chain's office. But to Mrs.
Tolan some honors are due because
during the two years that Mr. To-
lan was figuring the plans of the
Golden Chain and writing Its works.
Mrs. Tolan sat at her sewing ma-
chine a many night until one and
two o'clock In the morning keeping
Mr. Tolan's company while he wrote.
At the end of two years Mr.
Tolan applied to the State of Texas
for a charter upon receiving he
alone began to hustle membership
for a lodge that was to be made
that the way was dark and the
road hard nobody doubts. Mr. Tolan
had many bumps and hardships;
yet Mrs. Tolan shared these bumps
and hardships without a murmur.
That the- Golden Chain is now on
top whose growth Is phenominal
in fact it is growing so fast Its of-
ficers are put to their "trumps"
to keep abreast of Its speed. For
these reasons Mrs. Tolan appears
here. It would be an injustice to her
to not at this time pay to her the
honors due her for the silent part
she played in the success of this
A man's wife should be his part-
ner. The successful man Is one that
treats his wife as such and to
!?;TTeme Knht ' V. T. TUBBS Supreme Auditor
J. W. JEFFREY Supreme Secretary
Ma E. E. WILLIAMS Supreme Empress 0. B. CLAIBORNE Supreme Pres. and Field
254 ELM STREET DALLAS TEXAS.
ROOMS 208 208 1-2 209 209 1-2 210 210 1-2
PHONES Y 4518 Y 2302 Y 4807.
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0. B. CLAIBORNE.
Supreme Treasurer and General Field
Agent Golden Chain pf the World. A. teach-
er. Mrs. If. H. T0LA5
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V. T. TUBBS
Supreme Auditor Golden Chain of the
World. An accountant of note.
hare lore peace and happiness In .the
family a man must honor his wife and
provide for her according to his earnings.
Mrs. Tolan was born reared and finish-
ed school In Oswego Kansas.
Mks T. E. ECBANKS
Chief Secretary to the Supreme
Knight.. Miss Eubanks Is a student
of Bishop College Marshall Texas.
MIhs celestine hamkins
Assistant Secretary to the Supreme
Knight Miss Hawkins is a graduate
from Dallas High School and Chicago
Business College Chicago 111.
Bliss JIM5IIE E. CBOSS
Secretary to the Supreme Treasur-
er and Field Agent Miss Cross is
a graduate of the Calvert High
School and a student of Prairie
View State Normal and Industrial
Xlss OTHRIE COZIER
Secretary to the Supreme Empress.
Miss Cozier Is a graduate from
Prairie View College also a student
of Tuskegee Institute and Wiley
The Chain has 14 people .working
in its offices- and 60 organizers on
the road That's us.
We have 6 rooms In the Pythian
Temple but as our business Is in-
creasing so fast we havent enough
room; therefore we have made a Du-
plication to the management of the
Pythian Temple for the entire sec-
ond floor of the Temple. We will
get it as fast as Drs. Hamilton
Sunday. Dyson. White Ward also
Mr. Madison. Wallick. Lawyer Wells
Col. Franks and Prof. Willis and
Smith Grand Chancellor and Grand
Keeper of Records and Seal of K.
of P. vacate their offices.
That's us Nobody else.
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