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.THE TJAMftS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 11. 1919.
Longvlew, Texas, Jan. 9. -The
"vatch meeting at St. Mark C. M. K.
church was & decided .success. The
returned soldier boys were entertain
ed In a grand Btyle. Mrs. Essie
Johnson and little son left for Wa
kora to join their husband and father.
Prof. R. O. Johnson, who has charge
of Boggle High School. The Mac
William's 1 restaurant have changed
hands. Mr. J. P. Hudson Is mana
ger. Rev. U. 8. Franks, P. C, of
Bethel A. M. K. has been confined
to his bed for over a 'week with the
pneumonia. Rev. A. ' B. Tounsend
filled his pulpit for him Sunday. Mr.
R. W. Williams was able to be out
Sunday. The little 9 year old dau
ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Hickory John
son died on the 30th of Dec., 1918.
Rev. Lee of Jackson, ' La., spent
tbe holidays her? with his brother,
Rev. J. R. Lee. Misses Essie and
Kddte Pouncy were the guests of
their cousin, Mrs. M. A. Tounsend
during the holidays. Mrs. Kate Hall
has returned from her sister, dur
ing tbe holidays. The Xmas tree
at Bethel A. M. E. church was a de
cided success. Miss Ho Hlllurd and
Mr. Albert Douglass were united In
wedlock last week.
MA US HAIL.
. Marshall, Texas, Jan. 9. New
Year's day passed oft very quietly,
the attention of the community was
turned another busy year, hoping
prosperity will attend every one's
pathway, during the year. Mrs. Del
la Johns was at New Year's supper
to a great number of hor friends.
Mrs. Cora Davis of Houston; Mrs,
Vu!rle Southall. Shreveoort. La.. Mrs.
' Madee Glass, Texarkana. Miss Dru-
cille Gregg were entertained by Mrs.
Nancy Smithers borne. Music by Mr.
.Luke "White. Supper New Year's
night by Mrs. 8. A. Streety and Mrs.
Dorsey. Present Messrs. Felix Syd
ney, Walter-Harris, John. Harris, F.
P. Pruitt, Mrs. F. P. Mullen of Dal
las, Llttla Miss Gladys Delaney fur
Dished music. Rev. J. A. Vincent
returned from Kllgore. Rev. Palm-
er of Dallas Is in tbe city. Many of
the soldier boys are returning home.
Mrs. F. J. Snowden Is very sick at
her home. Mrs. Robbie Bcasley is
Cleburne, Texas, Jan. 9. Mrs. Ber
ta Nlckles who died at Needle, Cal.,
was shipped here for burial; fun
eral was attended at the C. M, E.
church. Rev. Sanders of San Angelo
officiated. She was burled with Eas
tern Star honors. Mrs. Sims of Hllls
boro is the guests of Mrs. Anna L.
Johnson. Mrs. Mlttle Thompson has
returned from Farmersville. Mrs,
Berniece Ballard of Wellington, Kan.,
is visiting her mother, Mrs. O. W.
Griggs. Mrs. Minerva Ragland, who
was called to the. bedside of her sick
daughter, Miss Hattie Hunt has re
turned to her home in San Antonio.
Miss Annie Trent has rcturnod from
Beaumont. Mrs. Lizzie Stevenson
died recently; her remains were shlp-
j pert to Grand view for burial. Mr.
f andfiMrs. Charlie? and Mr. B. B,
Chandler spent the holidays In Brown
wood, visiting, relatives.' Mrs. Emma
Beasley of Paris is in the city visit
ing relatives. Miss Brma Lee Thom
as Is visiting Mrs. G. A. Alnsworth
at Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Murphy of La
Junta, Colo., were In the city last
week visiting relatives. Also Mr.
and Mrs. Willis Sweeney have move
to Tulsa, Okla. Mrs. E. J. Mosley's
sister of Hubbard City spent a few
days with her during the holidays.
Mrs. Fannie Edmundaon attended the
funeral of Mr. Frank Eckles at Fort
' Worth last week. Mr. Cooper, who
t as hurt at the Santa Fe shops left
for the hospital at Temple. Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Rice have returned t.w
Paris. Rev. Flournoy of Loulsla.ui
preached at the First BaptiBt church
Dec. 29. Rev. Johnson of Dallas,
Presiding Fldcr of the C. M. E.
church hell iis Quarterly conference
at the C. M, R." church with much
success. Rev. E. W. Wright, pastor
of tbe A. M. E. church was sent back
for another year. Mrs. Llllie Pol
lard's i!ter was called to her -bed
side. v:-Hrs Edward Spark and Hil
mond tir.ddler have returned from
the camps. Mr. Charles Alexander
has accepted a Job at Waxahchte as
baggae master. Mrs. Tennle Hughes
is visiting her brother, Mr. Gene
Hunter. Mr. Ike Brown of Denver,
Colo., Is In the city on business. Mrs.
Ida Jamerson and Mrs. Pressle Eck
les of Dallas spent the holidays in
the city visiting relatives. Mrs. Helen
Kali of Ft. Worth spent a few days
. with her mother, during the holi
days, Mrs. Pinkie Lopazes. Mr. Rus
sell Alexander of Georgia spent the
' Midays in the -city visiting rela-vv-His.
Mrs. Ola Dotson visited her
V "er t Fort Worth. - Miss Tommle
jiobertson died recently. Funeral at
tended at the Shlloh Baptist church,
Rev. Joseph A Brown and Clark,
officiated. She was buried with W.
of W. honors. Mrs. Castorla Wil
son's daughters of Fort Worth were
her guests Sunday. Miss Ethel Alex
ander was Mrs. Mosley's truest at
JackBroro, during the holidays. Mrs.
Aaivn Alexander's r.lstera of Weath
erford were - guests during the
Gainesville. Texas, Jan. 9. Rev.
M. M. Burnes, pas or of the A. M.
- E. church has perfected his offlcia)
cabinet and is greatly surprised at
the interest put forth. The rally was
a success anl by treenient, ftev.
Burnes w.'" give bin members all of
bis time. They will have service
Mr. S. M. Brown (spent a few days
last week viBiting friends in Kant
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Mrs. L. B. Jones of Ft, Wcita, who
has for several weeks been - con-
fined to her bed in our Colored
Kanlta.-lnm. returned f W k.!'.1
-. t aa m. . .
iuiDa ua nm avxj a uuiuad l vie-
bume is hera visiting Mrs. Jessie
Mrs. P. C. Chiles spent a fevr days
visiting friends in Ardmore and Ok
Mrs. Jessie Ainesworth entertained
a few friends at dinner New Year'
evening in honor of her guest. Miss
Erma Lee Thomas.
Mrs. Scott and Mrs. E. L. Black-
mon were called to Denton to the
bed side of a sick relative.
Miss Angellne Posey, who has
been visiting her sister, Mrs. Jas,
Groner, returned to her home at
Rev. S. Lyons died at his home In
East Gainesville of heart failure. Miss
Brown, teacher of Domestic Science
and Art in our city school has re
turned from a visit to her parents at
Miss Flora Woody spent a few
days here visiting her parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Woody, during the holi-
oaye. miss woody is attending
scnooi in Oklahoma City.
Mrs. Eugene Llllie is confined to
bed in BooKer Washington Sanitari
um with a bad case of pneumonia.
Master Erastus Polk baa returned
from a visit to his mother in Athens.
He is on tbe Job agcln so have your
money ready for your Express this
Dr. and Mrs. RanBom entertained
a few friends Monday night in hon
or of Miss Erma Lee Thomas and
Mr. Wilson Jarriett. Mr. Rmbry
Shields is here to attend the bed
side of his mother, Mrs. Eugene Lil
Mr. John Stone of Muskogee, Okla.,
i nere visiting friends and rela
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Thomas spent
tne noiidays visiting friends and
relatives in Sherman and Whlte-
Mrs. Blanche Howard, who has
been visiting relatives here returned
to her home at Galveston, Sunday.
Mrs. L. B. Maye is able to be out
again after a long , siege of illness,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dickerson
of Ladonia announce the marriage
of their daughter, Millie, to Mr. S.
M. Brown of Gainesville.
Wharton, Texas, Jan. 9. In I
great rally by the American Wood
men, eigniy-nve applications were
written. The Camp has nearly five
hundred members. The reporter vis
ited the Macedonia Baptist Sunday
school, Rev. Grayson, pastor and we
must say the Reverend Is doing i
good work. His motto is: "The Sun
nay school is moving on." Mr. J.
T. Holmes, the Deputy of the Ameri
can Woodmen is at home for, a short
Btay, see him as the 31st of this
month la a big day for that Order,
Among our news readers are? . Mrs,
Bercha Chambers, Mr. Earnest Greer,
Mr. Henry uiicrease, Sam Murray,
Mr. i John DcCash and i Frank Val
entine. Messrs. Nellie Armstrong and
Mary Armstrong made a flying trln
to Houston. We hope them a pleasant
inp. wr. -inomas H. Taylor will
leave this week for Waco, for the
purpose of acoompanlng his niece
to Paul Qulnn College. Rev. Fer
guson, pastor of the St. James A. M.
Vj. cnurcn preached a noble sermon
He took for his text, "The Name of
Rosebud, Texas, Jan. 9. Mrs. I,
S. Young returned Monday from Mar-
nn, texas, where she spent the
larger portion of the holidays.
Mr. ,S. E. Blti.-'kuell, a graduate of
vviiey university, Marshall, Texas,
and pastor-elect of the M. E. chura,
was here Sunday to attend official
Lbuslness. He left' Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Ida Shields, an old resident
of this city, but now of Abilene, is
nere ror a Drier visit.
Rev. W. M. Lofton , occupied his
post Sunday at the First Baptist
cnurcn ana presetted a pointed ser
mon. On account of Inclement weather
tne New Year's sermon was not
preached on new year's morning by
the pastor, Rev. W. M. Lofton.
Mrs. Ada Gates' residence was the
place of quite a source of enjoyment
for Invited guests on last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson well known
ex-residents of this place worshipped
here Sunday and left Monday via
the road for their home near Mar
Mr. Sylvester Johnson and family
of Luling stopped here Saturday en
routoe to Childress Ranch where they
have made arrangementos to farm.
A pleasant surprise was given Rev.
W. M. Lofton Monday morning ere
he left by his loyal members as a
New Year's token.
The Glenwood cemetery committee
is "wide awake and Is doing wuch in
its line of endeavor.
Miss Ola Johnson of Plum, Texas,
has been a city visitor.
As ws go to press, about 90 pupils
have been enrolled in the Colored
i. a Angelo, Texas. jn. 9. Christ
mas passed off quiet with not even
one arrest, it was stated a tew days
ago that , San Angelo have one of
the best Jails in the, country tin
occupied, and that the money that
was spent some time ago could
have been been spent on good roads,
there was not a prisoner In either the
J'tl of the city hall for tbe first time
since It ha been built. San Angelo
lost one of its best citizens in the
person of Mr. W. A., Allen on the 27
Bath, a valuable epectal t-earmciit tit
of price 25 cents.
of December, at tfcex home on W. 10th
street He leaves A wife and two
daughters and a boat of friends to
mourn his loss. ' He was laid to rest
in the Fairmont cemetery with
Knights of Pythias honors." Rev. W
M. Washington, officiated. He was
a member of the New Hope Bap
tist church, ard was one of the or
ganlzera at tht time the church was
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Christmas in the city with Mrs. C
. Hughes, their mother, he
mother, he re
turned to Kaufman, last week. Mrs,
Annie McCuren of Weatherford Is in
the city visiting relatives, also Mrs,
Fountain of Rocdale, Rev. W. S,
Johnson, P. E. of Elpaso district was
here last week holding his first quar
terly conference. Mrs, Sarah Davis
is a new reader of The Dallas Ex
press, also Mrs. Sada Kelly subscrib
ed for tbe paper for one year. Miss
MadlJn Smltb is a new reader of the
Express. Mrs. Eddie Jones have re
turned from Galveston where she
Jan. 9, 1918,
Smithville, Texas, The members
and friends of Harts Chapel M. E.
church presented Elder Dudley, the
p. u, with a nice overcoat
Mrs. J. H. Dudley also surprised
him by making him a present of a
Elders Hutchinson and Dudley
were at their posts Sunday.
The trustee rally at the A. M. E.
church was quite a success last Sun
day, pastor Hutchinson preached 3
soul stirring sermons. EldertA. Den-
man, P. C. of ML Pilgrim Baotlst
church and his good people worship
ped at the A. M. E. church Sunday
The A. M. E. Sunday school had
a New Year's tree, watch night dur
ing which time many presents were
given away. -
Elder H. J. Wormly preached for
Elder Dudley and his good people
Little Miss Ernestine Loe. the
daughter of Mrs. Pinkie Williams of
Dallas died in Dallas last week and
was buried here. Funeral services
were held at Live Oak Grove Bap
tist church, Elder Denman, officiated.
Mrs, R. A. Winston has returned
from a trip to Los Angeles, Cal.
Sickness attended her to and from
Messrs. Henry Jones and Ike Win
ston made their arrival from San
Antonio last week.
Mrs. Gertrude Burleson of Pros-
perl is visiting her mother and
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Moore left last
week for their home in Belton.
Let tne say to the readers of The
Dallas Express, if you have any
news for tbe paper please hand it
to me by Sunday or Monday morn
ing. Your agent.
Mr. Mac Duval left for Tillotson
College in Austin.
Complimentary New Tear Dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Wilson. 719 N.
6th -street, delightfully entertained
Wednesday afternoon their friends
and relatives for an afternoon new
year's dinner in compliment to Mr.
E. M. T.- Duncans or San Antonio,
An elegant seven-course menu was
served. The dining room was -specially
decorated In a new year's fol
iage, supplemental by other typical
emDeussnments or the season and
splendid music and presentation of
new year cards were distributed as
special souvenirs for the occasion to
be treasured by those participating.
Mrs. P. J. Wilson and Mrs. F. G.
Gllton served as waitresses and Mr.
M. Kneeland as music entertainer.
The refreshment was splendid and
the guests of the afternoon includ
ed the honoree: Mr. and Mrs. Dr.
Clomons, Mr. and Mrs. M. Kneeland,
Miss Susie Kneeland, Miss Willie R.
Kneeland, Mrs. Daughtry Stewart,
Mrs. F. G. Gilton, Mr. and Mrs. C.
Gunner. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Wilson,
Mr. ana Mrs. e. 1. Wilson. Mr. Blultt
or Dallas, Texas.
Waco, Texas, Jan. 9. Dr. H. L.
Smith left Sunday via of Dallas
for Marshall Where the board will
conduct important business for
Knights and Daughters . of Tabor.
Miss Corlne Glover and Miss Callle
Clarkson of Marlln en route from
Dallas stopped over Sunday in Waco.
Churches were well attended. Rev.
J. F. ' V 'llliams spent tbe holidays
with his brother in El Paso. Lie re
ports things very prosperous In this
section. Miss Minnie Deckard pass
ed away last Sunday. Funeial Tues
day evening at St Paul A. M. E.
church. Relatives have the commu
nity's sympathy In this hour of be
reavement. Mrs. Charlotte String
fellow had the misfortune to have
the roof of !er residence damaged
by fire Chrfc'.ias day., A little boy
was killed Saturday nigh' early by
a dairy truck, it is rumored. People
should teach their children right
They should teach them also to
be watchful while cross. ig streets.
Miss Clara I gan reports a delight
ful .Uhrlstvjjs at homt. Marshall'.
Miss Mamie Argie Battle who bis
been sick Is now Well and attending
school. Mrs. Kate J.a.ahall was
homa a few days to the d light of
children and friends. She returned
to ,F Wrorth as her husband, Mr.
Martiiall is working there. Mrs. Ma
bel Jones Is sick at 2200 S. 8th St.
Jones of Mart was here for s
days. "Smoker, ' public spirit
citizens for the fostering of busi
ness for 1919. Subject discussed:
"How to Promote Business," "TLe
Need of Co-oporatlon," "Play House
for our People," "Laundry." The
following named persons make up
Dr. H. L. Smith, S. B. Rose. Dr.
I. A. Gordon. Dr. W. Q. Sorrelle, R.
D Evans, H A. Dixon, T. H. Hill,
A. S. Jackson. J. C. Russell. Dr. J.
W. Fridla, W. S. Willis, H. B. Ellis,
w. a. Jackson, s. A. Handle A.
Allen. H. C. Johnson, C. Kessee, H.
Hawtnorne, Dr. J. A. Russell, W. H.
Infiuenia, afford tnttant reUef,
diseases start wi th a cold .
Don't trifle with it.
At the first shiver or
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Standard cold remedy for JO year in tablet
form aafe, ure, no opiate break up cold
in J4 hour relieve grip in 3 day, Montr
back if it fail. The (rnui le box haa a Red t"D
with Mr. HiU't picture. At Alt Drug Storr
Holloway, E. M. Britt. Dr. W. D.
Mitchell, C. H. Thomas, L. M. Sub
lett, Dr. J. M. Vandavell, W'alter
Webster, R. C. Smith, A. T. Smith,
J. L. Estelle, R. L. Smith. M. Hyson.
Dr. T. A. Webster, F. E. Stewart,
K B. Stewart. E. A. Arnold. C. H,
Thomas, H. M. Cox, E. G. Gill, J. P,
Carter, Dr. G. S. Conner, P. C. Coop
er. Prof. J. H. Hlnes and W. L.
Dennis. ' .
Dr. Banks of Hillsboro has been
discharged from Camp Taylor, Ky.
Mrs. Key, Grand Counsellor Court
of Calanthe to be In town this week
The Dallas Express for sale at
Mecca Drug store. Prof. Jno. Mar
tin and wife. Ft Worth spent the
holidays here and in Taylor, mo
toring to and from Ft Worth. Mr.
B. Rose has closed his business
and is now with Mr. McMurry. Mr.
w. u. Martin opened a chill parlor
in the old Rose stand. Mrs. Harvey
S. 10th street, spent Christmas with
her mother in Hearne, Texas.
Second Baptist Chnrch.
Dr. S. Montgomery, Pastor.
Sunday school was largely attended
and lesson was well discussed. Bro.
Spencer, our worth Superintendent
with his teachers are bringing things
to pass. We are indeed proud of
our new teachers, viz.: Mrs. Walton
At 11 a. m., Dr. Montgomery spoke
from Eph. 6:12, subject, "Every Man's
At 4 p. m., communion service.
Many were present despite the cold
weather. Mr. G. E. Taylor was re
elected president of B. Y. P. U. and
after electing other officers an ex
cellent program was rendered. Miss
Vivian Watson's Instrumental solo
was indeed a treat also the vocal
solo by little Miss Coletta Scott The
paper by Miss Maxey was excellent
Mr. Viva Raybrooks of Belton, Texas,
now stationed at Base Hospital Camp
MacArthur, and who is Just out of
the trenches was with us and read
an interesting paper. Collection 15.-
At 8 p. m., the auditorium was
filled with anxious hearers and the
pastor spoke from Rev. 24:6 "A
Matchless Creator." There was
much shouting and rejoicing in Zion
Four persons were united. Collect
Alto, Texas, Jan. 9. Rev. Hollls
was with his people at St Paul C.
M. E. church Sunday. Rev. I. W.
Sparks of Terrell is attending busi
ness in Alto this week. ,Mr. Kyle
of Ponta movifflwm this week. We
are glad to have this good family
m our uttie town. Mr. F. E. Sel
mon received the sad news that his
mother's aunt, Mrs. Elisia was burn
ed to death in her home in Jewlt,
Texas, Dec. 27, 1918. Mrs. Alex- Wil
liams is still confined to her bed.
Mr. G. W. Martin is slightly im
proving. Mrs. Cora Chiles and Mrs.
Ware spent a few days in Lufkin
last week. Born to Mr. and Mrs.
Emzy Henderson, a boy. Mr. and
Mrs. Ump Carter, a boy. Call for
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sell all kinds of fa.rm "supplies and farm products. Capital $25,000
2. Cuney Realty Co., will buy up lare tracta of land and sell
them out in smr.ll blocks to our people. Capital $25,000. Shares
3. Cuney Guaranty State Bank to do a general banking business,
guaranteed by the State. Capital $10,000.00. Shares $100.00.
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