The Dallas Express (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 38, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 8, 1922 Page: 7 of 8
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THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JULY 1922.
PAGE PEVI W
Grapeland. Service was well at-
tended at general ML Zlon Baptist
church. Dr. J. Johnson preaching a
noble sermon text found (Luke 4 :
16). Prof. O. W. Hicks hsa returned
to Crockett where he and wife are
attending the Normal after making
a business trip home. Mrs. E L. Den by
has returned from Jacksonville where
she apent the 19th with her sister
Mrs. Llllic Kerrod. Mrs. Leda Thomp-
son and Mrs. Sarah Denby made a
flying trip home from Crockett where
they are attending the Normal; re-
ports a splendid session. Mr. Islaab
Walker of Jacksonville 1s at home
visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs.
Grant Walker. Prof. Hog and Prof.
K. C. Klucks of Crockett and Pror.
R. H. Hinds of Waco made a trip to
Mt. Zlon one of Prof. Hogg's appoint-
ed place's June the 28th. They oaid
so many good thing atsout demonetra
tion until I' believe every one that
heard them wants ta be a demonstra-
tor: Mr. Mike Moore is one of our
Co. ney Services was well attended
Sunday at both churches. Rev L. M.
Harris preached an able sermon at
the 11 o'leok hour. 8. S. and B. Y. P.
U. were also well attended. Prof.
J. L. Hamilton spent the week end
in Palestine. Hon. H. L. Price daugh-
ters Mattle and Gladys and son W.
C. Is attending the Business League
at Terrel l.Texas this week. Mr. James
Williams one -of our progressive
farmers passed away last week. The
remains was laid to rest In the
Corinth Cemetery. He leaves a host
of relatives and friends to mourn
his loss. The Truck Growers of Cuney
shipped their first car of tomatoes
last week and are prepairtng to ship
the second car in a few days. Mr. W.
C. Price spent -last week in Nacog-
doches shelling the roads for the
Andy Realty Co. Prof. A. J. Jess
spent a few hours in the city last
week The Messrs J. A. Hlghtower
and Williams Butler was in the city
on business last week. The young
people of Cuney are planning to
stago the Slabtown Convention for
the benerlt of the school. Watch for
the announcements. Dr. P. A. S'liims
and Mr. Jim- Griffin spent a few
hours In Cuney last week. Mr. J. D.
Hamilton is able to be up again
after a few days confinement. The
farmers of Cuney reports that their
crops are better this year than have
been in several years. For the Ex-
press see J. F. Price Agent and
HowlandV S. S. was largely atten-
ded at St. John Chapel. Collection
12.41 with Supt F. L. Finney at
his post. The Delegates were elected
to the S. S. Convention which con-
venes in Paris; as Delegates: Misses
Est o) la Garland Miss Sammie Moore.
Mr. Cleo Finney. S. S. was very well
attended at the A. M. E church. Save
6c for the Express.
Iugo Monday night Mrs. L. B.
Jones entertained the Shiloh B. Y. P.
U. class at her home. A nice literary
program was callied out in which
a spelling match was had. The mar-
ried ladies Vs the single young Misses
The married ladieg beat the Misses
and Madame L. B. Jone was voted
as the best speller of all. Dainty
refreshments of punch and cake were
served . the guests. A later hour a
suprise was sprung on the pastor.
Rev. E. M. Randon when the class
and visitors presented him with a
full basket of groceries as a token
of the high esteem and. love In which
the pastor Is held by his members
and visitors. The pastor in his usual
eloquent and pleasing way expressed
his grateful thank osfr the many
courtesies after which the guests
departed leaving behind their many
hearty congratulations and best
wishes for the hostess. Miss Minnie
Heard Is convalecent after a elge
of Malaria fever. Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Howard are both confined to their
beds with Malaria fever. Mr. and
Mrs. Harrison Crockett and Miss
Navella Heard of the Routte's Point
Community attended the Candle
Light Rally given here Saturday
night by the Siloh Sunday school.
Mr. Riley Davis of Needville was a
visitor in the home of the reporter
Sunday married Sunday night at
the brides home. Mrs. Eliza Peterson
and Mr. Percy Paul Mrs. Lula Foster
was maids of honor while Mr. Sol
Harris acted best man. Little Miss
Litulle Foster presented the bride
with a bouquet of ' beautiful choice
flowers. Rev. T. Smith of Houston.
Texas officiated. After the marriage
a sumption supper was served to
the guests.- We extended congratulat-
ions wishing for the bride and
groom a long and peaceful voyage
through life. t i
Mineola. Sunday school and ser-
vices were reported exellent at all
chmches Sunday. Supt. L. R. Walter
was at his post and rendered an ex-
cellent school service Sunday was
election day and the following were
ellected. Supt. Walter was re-eeclted
to that station; Bedford Davis Vice
Supt. Rudolph Brown Sect; Peace
B. Jachson Assistant Sec't Andrew
Davis Jr. re-elected tream-e. Arte." the
election the Supt appointed teachers
vis. Prof. Jones the young mens class
Mrs Lillian Flewellen young womens'
class; Mrs. Ele Christ Jr. Class; Mss
Myrtle Davis advanced card class;
Mrs. Cora Hickman baby doll class.
Supt Walter was elected by popular
vote of the Sunday school as a de-
legate to represent the s'hool in the
coming Convention to be held at Jack-
sonv'lle after.the 3rd Sun lay. The M.
EM A. M. E. and C. M. E. churches re-
ported excellent Sunday schools and
services Sunday. Sick list: Mr. Hill
an old citizen of this piace Is very low
Mrs. Tnvlor of Wichita Falls is here
at the residence of her mother. Mrs.
Necey Brooks very sick: Mr. Albert
Pace. Mesdames. Annie Dean and
Mary Pettie-Mlss. Taylor from Mr:
shall wan here last week visiting Miss
OHie Hteariies; she will attend Bishop
College nert term. Master Alfnns
Moody of Pslestlne is here at the
residence of Ms grand parents. Mr.
tmrt Mrs. RosHon. Mrs. Emma and Mrs
Wtl11eSneir fromPeWt and Gran-
ville r hern enroutn to Tyler. Mr.
Strim h tmn a rnder of the Ex-
press nf TWnn1(r. M'neo'ft hn hn'l
t"isni r1fw the vtllae Crntnr Jn
th Cltv Hc and ; won the game
score tn 1.
....TitfWn--iev. J. J. J"nes has re-
cent! rWoi. nrviv1 "'here h suc-
ceeded in vfrl niWtinns to . tbe
chTirrh Ti rlos'ne armnn wpg
preached y Hv. MeD'al. M. S. 8-a
getta wotored to Pllardl tsi attend
a funerni. was late for the same. Met
Pres. Tanner and his people at the
B. Y. P. U. at Ten P. M. Mr. W. P.
Starks is on the sick list at this writ-
ing and we hope him a speedy re-
covery. Services were well attended
at all the churches. The people of
Lufkln have not failed to help Mrs.
Griffin since her Illness; Long Chapel
C. M. E. .church donoted a substan-
tial sum on money recently; for this
she is very grateful. The A. F. & A.
M. held their thanksgiving exercises
Sunday; and afterwards taken a col-
lection for s'ster Griffin which was
very appropriate. " The American
Woodmen elected officers last Wed-
nesday night; W. M. Johnson was
elected Commander; Mrs. E. A- Gar-
cia was elected Delegate to attend
the State Convention to convene at
Dallas in the near future. Attorney
Parker of Dallas is in this city and
speaks at the C. M. E. chuch Monday
night Mr. J H. Hackney brother of
Mrs. Saddle Hackney left today for
Dallas. Mr. W. 8. Johnson brick
mason and plasterer of Lufkln com-
pleted an excellent building last week
Mrs. Jannie Davis has been very sick
Mr. and Mrs. Jery Moton have moved
to the county to the! new home. Jtfr.
and Mrs. Grambrell recent nuptials
are domciled at the residence of Mr
and Mrs. Scott. An old Folk concert
was rendered by the missionary sis-
ters of C. M. E. church.
Cause. Crops are beglning to look
very promls'ng. Mrs. Gladys Pointer
of Lott Is "visiting her parents Mr.
and Mrs. Emzte Ayke. Mrs. Willie
Man Foreman is convalescent. Mrs.
Vida Lee Bryant and Master F.. R.
Meontree oif San Antonio visuca
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Smilie last week.
Mrs. Amy V. Tally of Ft. Worth
who has been visiting her father
Mr. Ed Lawson left for her home
Tuesday. Mrs. Vlra Thompson Lucy
Bass Prof. and Mrs. Tidwell
worBhinned' at Hopewell Baptist
MprUKfleM. Sunday was a high
hlirh day at M. E. church a the
catch up rally was on. Quite a num-
ber from other churches attended and
hope to make It a success.' Rev. Mosea
Smith preached two excellent aery
mona Wednesday and Thursday nights
which was enjoyed by all that heard
him. On Saturday night the Blstera
grave a banquet for the pastor. Rev.
Child and bis honored guest. Dr.
Wyatt District Bupt. and othera
menu served chicken salad on let-
tuce punch cake and cream also had
a short program Just before serving
and 4ecture by Dr. Wyatt which was
enjoyed by all. Sunday school was
fine. Prof. Ixckhart raised the highest
amount for his class was given the
banner. At eleven o'clock. Dr. Wyatt
preached a strong sermon on God's
promise to Jacob's family. All hearts
were made hapjy. Collection for the
rally 124.10 Springfield ia proud to
have such a man aa Rev. Child. He is
putting things over. It seems that
every effort he puts forth Is met
with success. Miss Minnie Reynolds
entertained a few of her friends at
the home of her father Monday night
in honor of her brother and wife and
jother friends of Houston. Punch ice
cream and cake were served. Mr. J.
N. Reynolds and family left Thurs-
day for Houston and Galveston for
their Bummer outing. Miss Nona May
I Blocker of Corslcana was called to
' OrnitHheck to attend the bedside of
her Grand Father Mr. Sandy Blocker
last Friday on her way home she
spent' Sunday with her aunt Mrs. C.
F. McPonald and left on the 3:30
train. Rev. J. D. B. Hlghtower wife
and daughter Misa Eva and Mr. J.
Aughn of Comanchie motored over
last Thursday night and spent a few
hours with Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Mc-
Donald. Mr. and Mra Green Moore
and children motored to Calvert last
Friday and spnnt a t w days with Mra
Moore'a mother reports having a
nice time. Mr. and Mra. Button Evans
Is visiting their son Mexla thla week.
Atfceas. Services were good all day
Sunday at all churches. The A. M. E.
church doors were closed Sunday
night on account of Inclement weath-
er. Rev. C. H. Pugh conducted a suc-
cessful revival In Corslcana last week.
The citizens of this city organized a
male club known aa the Moral club
with Rev. C. Davis of the church of
God as president Quite a number
registered. Mrs. Ella Butler return
after vlslilug relatives in Blooming
Grove. Miss Iela Lewis entertained
with a birth night social. Quite en-
joyable. Miss Minnie M. Miller enter-
tained with a Social party Thurs-
day night with large attendance. Re-
port an enjoyable evening spent Mr.
and Mra Sterling Clampett accom-
panied wltth Mlth Artolee Morgan
Miss Sudle Williams Mr. E. Fraxler
and D. Caldwell motored to Corslcana
Sunday. Mra. Mattle Chaffen of La
Rue spent two daya In the city guest
of Mrs. Itura r eiaer nor neice. tuo
nHm fiimmona was called to Paris
to the bed side of her mother the
carpenters are making rapio pro-
gress on the New K. of P. hall with
Rev. Clem Smith aa contractor. Mr.
nil Mrs. Leonard Waldon remodeled
their house. Mra Callle Stovall is
all smiles over being great grand ma
Also Mr. E. T. Richardson over the
honor of being called grandpa. Born
to Mr. and Mrs. Will Hill a fine
boy. while Miss Lossie Given one of the
city teachers was en route home from
the Cotton Belt Thursday night with
out any one to meet her she was at-
tacked by a man of our race after
assaulting her he took l er bag which
contained $33.75. He was caught and
placed In Jail and held without bond.
The K. of V. elected and Installed
new officers for the ensuing- year.
The Household of RutU elected new
Piano. Rev. Brown pastor of the
Shiloh Baptist church preached a
wruderful Bermon Sunday morning.
Lev. Hubbard of Dallas wafl here to
preach; he is nltemrting to erect an
A M. E. church at this pate; his meet
tng was hindered by rain however.
Little .Jessie . Smooth has returned
from the pleasant visit with her aunt
at Bosville Oklahoma. Their friends
are glad to see them home again.
Sherman Little Miss Maybel Allen
who visited her aunt Mr John Allen
has returned ot Jarvla Institute at
Hawkins. MIbs Hattie Caraway of
Bonham is vlsting Miss Tbelma L.
Douglas. Prof. A. J. Klrkpatrick is
in Marshall visiting Prof. S. S. Reid
the Grand Sect of Knigtus of Tabor
In readiting the books for coming
Grand Lodge. Miss Rosa Hill is con-
ducting a Summer school at Fred
Douglass High. Miss. Ivory Polk Is
visiting her aunt Mrs. Luella Sneed
2811 Flora Btreet. Dallas. The. funeral
of Mrs. Ada Walker who died Friday
eve 6:30 at the home of her sister
Mrs. H. P. S. Bruce 1201 South
Branch was attf aded Sunday afte-
noon at Bethleham Baptist by Rev.
A Thomas paster of which she was
a consistent christian: auspices
American Beauty 222 S. M. T and
Rebecca Tabernacle 270 Knights of
Tabor. Out of town relatives who at-
tended: Mrs. Joe Patterson and step
pon Mr. Jimmle Patterson of Forth
Worth. Her wn who has been at her
tH.i side and his wife. Mr. Sylvester
Kldd of Eas: bound; Mr. Frank Pat-
terson of Siipulpa Ok. an uncl of
the lnte Mrs. Aia Walker. On receiv-
ing' the sad intelligence of her death
n hurlng to train dropped dead at
his work in Jewelry store. His re-
mains arrived hee Tuesday nionlng
over the 3:30 Frisco at the home of
his sister Mrs Lanla Patterson. J. A
Kerns. -Rev. Thornton had a nice
time at his insulation sermon begin-
ning Wednrstday night. He had din-
ner on the ground all day Sunday.-
Services were good at the C. M. E.
church Sunday. Rev. A. A. Brown
preached a tronsg sermon Sunday
morning. Rev. E. Powells and Rev.
Golve worship with him Sunday At-
tendence good two funerals In Kyrens
Sunday. Mrs Corroll of the Samaria
Community etuned home Saturday.
Mrs. C. H. Powels is on the sick list
thlswek. Prof. A. M. Luper Miss
Eveter PowellB Veda Lee Clark
Osla Dunn and Mr Edward Powell
are giving a concert in interest of the
C. M. E.. church Tuesday night. Texas
College Concert Company will have
a concert the 5th and 6th at the C.
M. E. church. The women council at
New Hope Baptist Church was a suc-
cess together with the pastor. Rev.
J. S. Adair; Mr. Frank Smith and
Joe Dunn opened a nice pressing
shop recently. They are doing a great
business. Mrs. 8. Ware opened a Kin-
dergarden school this worning with
a nice attendance. Booker T. Wapp
was drowned near here late Saturday
evening about 4 o'clock while swim-
ming in a small creek. He came here
from Long view. He was burled in the
Marshall. The four Sunday schools
of this city Jlethsiada Miles Chapel
Ebenezer Mallllieu had a union
picnic a nice parade headed by the
Central Brass Band paraded the prin-
cipal streets of the city. A large
number turned out. Speeches ball
playing basket ball were some of the
features of the amusements. The game
of ball between the girls and the boys
The girls of Bethsalda Baptist church
took the game. Rev. Harris" big meet-
ing closed with 22 conversions. Big
baptizing Sunday evening at 4o' clock
Mrs Lovie William Mrs Valney Lacy
and Mrs Robinsan left for. the Pil-
grims Grand Lodge at Cleburne Tex.
Miss Mary Sue Pater returned from
Prestiot Ark. bringing a guest. Miss
Renrlck. Miss Pansy Pater is on the
sick list also Miss Murtle Thomas.
Little Mis Rubble Lee Taylor isvlsit-
tng her auntie Mrs. Haniett Stephen
of Mineola. Mr. Jos. McCary the great
magnate Is in from a tour of La. The
U. B. F. Grand Lodge of Texas will
hold Its 37th Grand session in Mars-
hall July 24. Thoe wsantlng delegates
see Dr. O. L. Bledsoe or B. F. Dennis.
Board $L50 per day. Golden Rule
tyjdire 148. held their election at Cas
tle Hall on June 27-1922 The follow-
lng officers were elected: S. D. Marde
man C. C; John Jones V. C; G. C.
Stephen P.; Geo. Montague M. F-
J. C. Edward K R & 8. John Thrash
U. at A; Fred Bell I. G. 1
Hon. J. B. Gilmore and forces was
appointed book Inspectors for the
term. The G. U. O. of Odd Fellows
.in k... . LJi.i'..- noil
j "7 U
tVia aTlvo n A 7 rA erek ni Ttallaa AiitriiBr
list Tuesdftv everv one I. invited to
1 1st. luesaay ev?r? !J? "LvueQ 10
is-n with us. Pd the Dallna F.vnresn:
IS!.. lr.. a
montn. rnone ua give me me news
Forney. All Sunday schools were
attended Sunday. Re v. Pruitt held
service all day Sunday and was sue-
cessful In his tally. Rev. W. H. Varner
pastor of Mt. Zlon Baptist church.
preached three able sermons and bap -
tlzed 2. Rev. Varner is one of tehMt. Horeb church Is meeting with
greatest preachers in all Texas. God
bless him. T. B.'and A. B. has moved
back to town. T. B. and wife yas at
church Sunday night and took part
In the Iords supper. Barrie Brewer
was in town looking for his folks
Busk. Sunday school good at all
chuches. Rev. Small filled Rev. Dews
appointment Sunday. Rev. Small
preached an able sermon and good
meeting. Rev. Sweet was at his post
Suday. Rev. Jem Kendex preached for
Rev. Sweet Sunday. No services In
Rusk Sunday night At 6:30 Rusk
was visited by a big storm and heavy
rain; nollves lost. The rain was in
time eo make sure bread for the
farmer. Rev. R. Foman preached a
sermon for the Juvenile Sunday; he
preached an able sermon Bro. A.
Harris Is still on the sick list. Mr.
J. A. Smith and B. L. Kennedy has
a Job in Weatherford Texas The Tea
party given at Lattimore -met with
much success. Mr. J. J. Cumbo of
Manning Tex. returned after several
days with relatives and friends of
Broughton Rusk and Jacksonville.
Mrs. Harriet Bradlt y of Kansas visit-
ed Broughton. Mr. Jessie Cumbo and
sisters spent a pleasant trip to
Henderson. Mr. Will Frazler a
good road hand shot and killed Mr.
Giah Kary one of the members of
the Kary Firm who Is here building
good roads for Rusk C'oun'y. The
Negro is 'said to come from Loitfsana.
Neither party lives here. Miss Susie
Wagner ot this city died at the fam-
ily home on South Street Thvrsday
at 2 p.m. Was laid to rest at City
Cemetery Friday June 30th. Miss
Sherlay Lawson of Marshall was the
guest of MIbs Maggie L. Glpson last
week. Mr. John haves for his work
In Loulsana. Mr. .fosb Bowen is re-
covering. Miss AJtiUle B. Smith of
Tyler was the guest ot Miss Jaunlta
Dansby. Mrs Amanda Slrles was
Called to the . bed side of her sick
sister at Waco.
Mother Zlon Baptist Church.
Sunday school was well attended.
Officers present 7. Pupijs 72. Total
attendance 79. Collection $2.16. Les
-pastor. Promptly at 11 a.m.
Butler preached a soul stirring ser-
mon. In the sfternoon the'B. Y. P. U.
an interesting meeting.
C. M. E.
We had an excellent Sunday school
Sunday. The lesson was briefly out-
lined and all seemed to enjoy the
same. Rev. Garner delivered one more
great sermon. Collection $6.30.
Royal Society Clnb.
This Club heid quite a profitable
at the home of Mr. John Gilbert June
27th. At roll call each member
responded with quotations and paid
dues. After which the regular bus-
iness session ensued. A very busy
afternoon was spent in art work.
The hostess served a dainty coure
ot alad sandwiches punch. Ice cream
and cake. The club adjourned to
meet Tuesday July 11th at the home
ot Mrs. Louise Buckner.
Mrs. Frankle Sim non President.
Mrs. Alma B. Garrett Repoter
Lanier. Sunday was a pleasant
day for the Lanierites. Sunday school
on time with teachers and students
at their .post. The rain is a blessing
for those who enjoy seeing the land
yield an increase of fruits. Mr. and
Mrs. w. H. Adams are enjoying life
for the reason that they are the
owner of a seven pound daughter.
Little Miss Ruby Georgia Lee. Miss
Tavle L. McClendon is at the close
cf her months visit with her Bister
Mrs. Jessie Adams. However In
October he will return to take up
her kork as principal of Pine Ridge
School in our own county.
Shia-maii. Little Miss Mnyboll Allen
who visited her Aunt Mrs. Daisy
Brown and her brother Mr. Jno.
Allen has eturned to Jarvis Institute
at Hawkins. Miss Hattie Caraway of
Bonham is visiting Miss Thelma L.
Douglas. Prof. A. J. Kirkpatrick is
in Marshall visiting prof. S. S. Reid
the Grand Secretary of Knights of
Tabor in auditing the books for
comraing Grand Lodnc. Miss Rosa
Hill Is conducting a Summer school
at Fred Douglass High. Miss Ivory
Polk is visiting her Aunt Mra. Luclla
Sneed 2811 Flora St. Dallas Tex.
The funeral of Mrs. Ada Walker who
died Friday evening at 6.30 o'clock
at the - home f her sister Mrs. H. P.
lo 1 0 A 1 Ct Tl .1- r.A .
& s; Branch St was
1 offmwloH Qiinnnv AffAmriAn a Dntt. u.
attended Sunday efternoon at Bethle
hem Baptist church by . Rev. A.
Thomas pastor of which she was a
consistent Christian. Auspices of the
American Beauty No. 222 S. M. . T.
and Rebeoca Tabernacle No. 273
Knights of Tabor. Out of town rela--jaiJBd
eof 'K :popuai oqM sajH
son and step-son Mr. Jlmmie Patter-
son of Ft. Worth. Her son who has
been at her bed side and his wife.
Mr. Sylvester Kldd of Eastland Mr.
Frank Patterson of Sapnlpa Okla.
an Uncle of late Mrs. Ida Walker.
On receiving the sad intelligence of
her death in hurrying to the train;
dropped dead at his work In Jewelry
store lnght 1st Inst His remains
arrived here Tuesday rooming over
the Fisco 3:30. At home of sister
Mrs. Laura Patterson. Elder J. A.
Alexander of Holiness at Oklahoma
City who has been carrying on series
of meetings here at Holiness has
returned. Mr.-. Pleas Williams won
of McKlnney spent Sunday and Mon-
day here with friends and on business.
The Dream gale Club wnH organized
a few weeks ago with the following
named officers: Mr Jno. Lewis Pres;
Mr. Henry Wilson Vice-pres.; Mrs.
Frank Weathers Sec'ty.; Mrs. Clifford
King Treasurer. They met with Ms.
Frank Weathers on the night of the
29th Inst where a social report
was enjoyed. Mra J. P. Hampton is
at the bed side of her sister Mrs.
A. F. Smith In Honey Grove. Mrs. J.
H. Huey of McKlnney sister of Mrs.
Elen Chambers is here assisting Rev.
A. Thomas and members in their
protracted meeting ; at Bethlehem
Baptist. The funeral of Mrs. Sudle
Mae (Pierce) Love was recently
attended at the Holiness church by
the overseer. Elder Gamble assisted
by the overseer. Elder Russell of
?nl?n- feI rouler' MT- 11Arulu'
. . i
s seriously 111 at home
Chafiin Street. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall
Totten attended the funeral of hen
Aunt (Mrs ) Rev. Crawford in Deni- i
m'b.i yiuniuiu 111 vkiiii
son on the- 2nd Inst The Whirlwind
lir4. M on xr... T n
(V anuvi via wsv uiuii va. vuv w u mi
Inst. at the Andrews Auditorium
Quite a number of out-of-town guests
wer.B Present JncludinK Mr and Mrs.
J- Ainsworth of Galnsvllle.
FerrlK-Sunday schools here are
1 growing In interest. The revival at
success. Mrs. Garner left Sunday for
Chicago to reside with her son. Mrs.
Austin Nutter fell and sustained a
painful side. The stork visited and
loft hnhlps at tlin following- homes:
Mrs. Daniel Brooks.' a girl: Mrs. Jesslo
Robinson a boy and several others
Mrs. M. Kelley and son are visiting
relatives in Hempstead
Cameron. Splendid services were
! reported from all churches Sunday
! Rev- Hughes boke the bread of life
Sunday morning and night to quite a
few at Bethel which all enjoyed. Mrs.
Dr. Young and children returned
home Monday frqm Cuero; reports
mother Improved. Rev. Mrs. Hughes
wns the pleasant guest of the reporter
and hubby Tuesday evening. Mrs.
Ella Lee Neaiy is visiting in Lott
Waco and Marlin. Mrs. Minnie Davis
left for her home in Oklahoma Friday
night Mr. Zephyr spent Friday at
home (Marlin) . the past week. Mrs.
L. M. Hughes was called to attend
the funeral of a relative Wednesday.
Mrs. F. M. Robinson is spending a
pleasant vacation with relatives at
Rodgers. Rev. and Mrs. Norris was
at his post of duty last Sunday at
Ben Arnold; reports splendid services.
Miss D. C. Holmes entertained her
friends with a house party Wednesday
evening. Mrs. Primmer has returned
home from Oklahoma to stay. Little
Margarite Pascal is visiting Uncle
Emanuel Pasco! and wife at Giddings.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hill entertains
Saturday evening in honor of Mrs. C.
B. Stoey of Galveston with a box
party at the Past-time Theatre and
luncheon at the U. S. Cafeteria other
members of the party were: Mdmes
C. D. Hall and Greer. Miss Bula M.
Sparks departed this life -last evening
(Sunday) at 12 o'clock. Miss Llllic
Manners Miss Effle Walton and
little Lula Mao ail of Mllano are
guest of Mr. and Mra M. L. Newsom?.
Please give the reporter your doings
"Pi-isdHa" White Bose Clnb.
On June 27th the Prlscllla White
Rose Club entertained in the home
of Mr. and Mra S. C Woodard
honoring Mesdames Minnie Davis of
Oklahoma and C. B. Stone ot Galves-
a delicious ice course was served.
A very plea&ant evening was spent
Other guet present were Prof and
Mrs. I. C. Geer M. E. Roberts Prof.
Kelley Mesdames A. O. Hall I. L.
Nealy and L. Covington.
Dodd City Sunday school at the
A. M. E. church was well attended.
Our paBtor Rev. G. W. Henno.i wai
at his post. Sunday be brougK with
him Rev. Perry from ' Bonham to
assist him In his Bible Condenslon
while Rev. Henson preached a noble
sermon at 11 a.m. Our partos Is
improving. We had a numerous rain
in the afternoon and didn't atted
Tlomas and two othe7 B.sTers. lUUe
Misa Carr e and Imoeen Trisa wns"""1". wv -".'
the guest of their sister -and husband
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson Sunday from
Honey Grove. Little Miss Genoma
Phillips Is still Improving to the de-
light of her friends. The A. M. E.
church Is making arrangements for
a I's picnic; look out for the date.
.Anlmoe. Born to Mr. end ' Mrs.
Wallace Moore a Tine girl. Mothoi
and baby are doing fine. Master
Willlce Sheltnn who has been visiting
relatives and friends has returned
home in Palis. Texas. Mr. and Mrs.
Junes Smith who has been visiting
father and relatives of Ardmore are
v . j
Are Your Day9 a Pleasure ?
Perfect Health Will
Make Them So.
Grainola Okla. "I am now abso-
lutely free from the feminine trouble
from which I sufored toceiher with
annoying nervousness and I certainly
owe my recovery to Doctor Pierce's
Favorite Prescription I have taken
only three bottles but am sound and
well and have gained It) pounds."
Mrs. Minnie Austin.
If you're nervous or troubled like
Mrs. Austin go to your druggist at
once and obtain this Prescription ot
lr. Pierce's in tablets or liquid. Write
Dr. Pierce in Buffalo N. Y. for free
confidential medico! advioe. Send lOo
if you desire a trial package tablets.
leaving to spend the remainder of
the summer in Colorado Springs. Mrs.
J. H. Boyd entertained' the Ladles
of The Confedernto Club Wednesdaj
afternoon. After a few hours of bus-
iness a delicious punch and ice
course was served. One of the well-
est affairs of the season was the
party given Friday by Mrs. Addle
Hill In hqnor of her house gueut
Mrs. Georgia Moore of Oklahoma City
A delicious ice course was served
to about fifty. Mrs. Earlie Roberson
Exzetla Walker and Mrs. G. M. Smith
are on the sick list; we hope them
speedy recovery. MIbs Loyce Smiley
who has been visiting her brothei
and sister-in-law has returned to
her home in Cameron. Texas. Mr.
Mack Thomas who has been vlsitlnc
in Texas has returned home. Prof. E.
M. Watson was called to Boley
Okla. to hte bed side of his mother.
Little Johnetta Watson who has been
going to school in HlllBboro Texas
has returned home for the summer.
I.awUs. Sunday School and B. T.
P. U. was well attended at the Beth
lehem church. Rev. Owens the pastor
was at his post and preached morning
nnn n 1 it n i. wi ra. ii. a. nouiiun &nu
Mrs. Fannie Price have returned from
8iBJ?r .LMf. nJnl.
I SkoU church. An office were at
1 1 ". a T J
i iiioir puoi rvev. Aiiuvinun pi eauiicu
spiritual sermon weonesaay nigni.
Mr. McBrown was cut badly Thursday
nlnt- Mra James Brewer left Tues-
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filinrlsv Lr Hnrt I a a laratll attonI a A a
h. t. mmn w hi.
yi valiivu two Bermuni
MS". AVEBY WOOD ADMITTED TO
w- Avery Wood a member of the
i Ijaw class of '22 of Howard ITnlver-
elty is the first graduate of this Instl-
and Mrs. Ben W.ley was called to
tution to be admitted to the Bar of
Mr. Wood took the Bar examination
before graduating from the School.
After taking and passing the examin-
ation he returned to Washington and
participated in the Commencement
Exercises of his class graduating
with Cum Lauds honor.
Mr. Wood is a member of the Alpha
Phi Alpha Fraternity the Stylus
Club a nationally known competitive
lltera.y organization and was for lfve
years Assistant to the Secretary of
Howard University. At present Mr.
Wood is Advertising Manager of the
Criterion Commercial Service and
instructor In the Jennifer Business
College both of Washington D. C.
He expects very shortly to take up
his law practice in Connecticut.
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Hon. William H. Fields of St Louis
Mo. national grand master of A. U.
K. and D. of A. and Maj. J. A.
Shackelford Major General of f e
Uniform Department stopped in the
city a few days during the past week
to confer with local' officials on plans
of the coming sosulon to take place
at Columbus Ohio enroute from
Miss Mary E. Branch who received
tho .'egree of Ph. B. from the Uni-
versity of Chicago on June 13th
left the city dnring the week for
Petersburg Va. to instruct teachers
at the Sunii tor Normal of the V. N.
and I. I. Ennut Miss Branch nVjppod !
at Camden N. J to visit her father
and brother Xt. C. T. Branch and
Rev. J. T. McDanlcls president and
general financial agent of The Enter-
prise Institute 614 Akdlne Square
after spending several weeks la
Minnesota in Interest of the Insti
tution has returned to the city much
pleased wih his trip.
Pride of Morgan Park Councn A.
Crawford is most excellent Queen
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program was rendered loiiowca Dy
a dinner being served. Among speak- I
ers ot the evening was M. T. Bailey.
Mrs. LouElla Young 4114 Calumet
Ave. b'vved dinner on . last Sunday
afternoon to a number of friends In
honor of Miss Mary E. Branch.
Miss Julia Anderson of Clifton
Forge Va a teacher In the State
while enroute from Kansas city mo.
where she attended the International
Sunday Pchool Convention to her
the guest of Miss Johnella Frarier
3434 Vernon Ave.
The Knights and Ladles of Honor
of tbe world hell its annual perron
on June 25th at SI. Paul C. M. E
church of which Rev. J. A. Winters Is
pastor and who delivered the unnual
sermon. Mrs. Henrietta Morton
supreme State deputy and protector
of Ruth Lodge acted mictreps of
An agreeable sunrise wps irlven
Mrs. M. Brltton 2950 Dearborn Ft. h
the Relief Corps No. 14 of whlnr-
Mrs. E. Dimgey Is president.
donations of amall purses snt oti
quels wore presented Mrs. Brltton.
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P v 7AH 1 RaPPP
A ew car of nnll paper Jnat received. A lane assortment el
new patterns being placed on Ulxpluy at cxceptloanlly law prices.
roils side 16 yards of
border and 4 rolls of
or Mall cut
L out Border to
k match lo per
? celling enough to pa- j
per an entire room. a
Free Sample Book Mailed Free
We a Is carry la stack at exceptionally low prices a large
assortment of the beat aradea i Papers of both American mmt
15c Per Single Roll
New York V
1009 Em ST.
The Enterprise Institute 614
Adline Square a trade school of
which Rev. J W. McDanicl is presi-
dent and general financial agent
and Mrs. L. W. Newland assistant
and matron closed a most successful
school year n June' 19th with
exercises at Morning Star Baptist
church 3800 Vlncinnes Ave.
The Joint Building Association of
U. B. F. and S. M. T. of which J. B.
Street Is president will hold meet-
ings cn the' Second Sunday after-
noon enly during the summer months
at Bailey's Hall. . .
M. T. Bailey pres. The Bailey
Realty Co. 3638 S. State St. will
spend the entire day July 2nd and
. .h . .... p...i -uh thn
UIJ lis Its iiaua rv w
hope of being great assistance to
those who will visit the park on
these two days In attendance of
sneclal lota sales.
Ambrose H. Robinson or Metro
polis 111. was In the city a few days
during the week enroute to M'lwaukc
Wis. to spend several months. While
here he was the guest of his uncle
and aunt Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Younr
1114 Calumet Ave.
Mrs. Elizabeth Settles her daughter
Mrs. Alice Johnson and little Alice
June Johnson of Ripley Ohio are
in the city visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hill-
aird Scetles. 11346 Throop St. the
son and daughter-in-law of Mrs.
THE COHMTNTTY.. I M PB0YEM EN'T
The Community Improvement Asso-
ciation Is carrying forward a rnost
nrogressive propam. They held a most
interesting meeting recently and
Plymouth Congrerational church and
llscunsed ways and means of enlarg-
'ng their program of usefulness to
Mr. Joe' Cambrel made some new
propositions to the Association which
were well taken a more definite
announcement of which will be made
Thc community Is becoming more
md more Interested and each meet-
ing night the crowd grows larger
and the interest keener.
Mrs. Amanda Owena is the presi-
linI IAM RI ETFQ WHEN 1 GO TOUR GOOD
JIM JAJ tblAJud THINGS ARB GOING TOO .
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SWEET COOKIE Jo PLBA3B
STINGAREE BLUES ZJ9!?
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tage on four or more Records
. Also a full Una of BLACK SWAN FECORD8. by Ethel Waters
Trlxle Smith and others. Out of Towa Order Killed Proasstli.
P. 8 Pianos Vlctrolas and lono .-rny.m on easy ter.nav
BAST TEXAS PMONOORAH CO.
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K. T. JOKES Maaacer
The Great Educational Institution of the Rlid-WesL
The location is ideal near Kansas City. The buildings are modern
brick structures steam-heated and electric-lighted.
The foliowliijr courses aro offered:
FULL FOUR YEARS COLLEGIATE with degree.
COMMERCIAL (With practical experience In students' Bank).
MUSICAL (Piano Voice Band Orchestra and Violin)
COOKING Sowing Millinery Carpentry Tailoring Agriculture.
Steam-Laundering Auto-Mechanics Blacksmithlng Printing
Steam and Electrical Engineering and Fdlo (teaching stu-
dents ho- to build their own sets including crystal vcum
tube and amplifying transformers by doiig the actual work).
MILITARY TRAINING (Junior R. O. T. C.) by an army Jtflcer.
MECHANICAL DRAW:TQ China Painting Live Stock and Poultry .
Raising on an Exionslve Scale (incubation) with more than
4000 blooded fowls In the runs and hatchery.
FEDERAL VOCATIONAL Two years' courses.
All departments are excellently equipped. No student received
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8chn opens September 4tH 1022. For catalogue oa farther
F. JESSE PECK. President
KANSAS CITY. KAKS.
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or back 4
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DALLAS X 6730
PROFESSION A L.
DR. CEO. M. MtTNClllTS.
MEDICINE and SUROBR f.
Office 12lk and Carheoa f tree to
Fort Wortk Texas.
V. R. McMillan M. D.
. Phones: Office H. 7266:
Res. H. 4368.
U G. rinkston M. D.
Phone H. 7266
Physicians and Knrjceons
at McMillan sanitarium
Cor. Hall and State Sts.
DR8. PORTER A POUTER
Physician and Burgeons
Special attention given to diseases
or women aud children ana venereal
9 to 11 a. m. 2 to 4 p. n.
7 to 9 p. m.
Phone Y 085 8418 1-2 Elm St
R. K. U HOLLAND. M. D.
Physician ana Surgeon
Office 180UM Jackson Street
J40 State Bt.
Office Phone Y-6144
Res. Phone H. 1724
8:80 to 10:30 a. m.
3:00 to 6 p. in. 1 Dallas Texas
A. 8. WELLS.
Attorney and Councellor at. Law
206 Pythian Temple
Dr. E. T. Hamilton Physician aai
Surgeon. Room 218 Pythian Temple;
residence 330$ Tnomaa Ave. Phones?
Office Y 6844; residence B. 4 02 7;
Office hours: 10 a. m. to 12 m.; " te
t p. m.; 7 to 2:10 p. dl Dallas
Dr. Lytle Veterinary Surgeen ea
animals of all kinds. Office at Peo-
ples Undertaking Company lie It
Pearl street Rears from a. m.
te 5 . m. X 1198. residence S.'ll
Willew street Dallas Texas.
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