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. THE DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 121
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Ft. Worth, Texas, Jan. 9. Mr. Oli
ver Augusta, . better kndwn as "Dad
Oliver," Buccombed to the pains and
tortures of paralysis last Saturday
night, Jan. 4th, 1919, after an illness
of two or three weeks. He was
strickened one day as he came to
his place of business. Dad Oliver's
restaurant. For many years, he has
ranked as a first rate restaurant
keeper. He was a member of Key
West Lodge No. 5, K. of P., a splen
did citizen, and jlled In full tri
umphant of faith. He leaves one
daughter. He was buried from Allen
Chapel A. M. E. church, Rev. K S.
Mrs. Lela Jackson, aged 35 died
Saturday night, Jan. 4, after a very
long illness, , at the home of her sis
ter, Mrs. Jas. Amos 1304 S. Calhoun
street. She was a member of Philoi
nathan Court No. 5 and was buried
from Morning Chapel C. M. E. church
of which she was a member, Mon
day, Jan. 6, 1919, Rev. M. H. Spencer
The Colored butchers of Swift &
Co., Fort Worth plant, gave a smok
er In honor of Messrs. S. P. Kelley,
and C. C. Spurlock of Chicago on
Thursday evening, Jan. ' 2nd at the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Hardie, 1237 E. Annie Street Mr.
Hardle was toast master. Short
talks were made by Messrs. E. Browb,
D. W. Washington, R. D. Johnson,
M. M. Logan, J. Langston, Jr., M.
Cooper, D. W. Jones, A. Johnson,
B. Morrow, R. N. Austin, J. A. Ech
ols, and A. E. Walker.
MessrB. S. P. Kelly and C. C.
Spurlock of Chicago were introduced
by Mr. J. WY Hardle. They held
the audience spell bound, telling the
good news of old Chicago.
Mr. D. W. Jones sang one of his
favoritevselections, "When Love is
The offertory was given by Mr.
A. Johnson, who was overflowed
with joy to meet his old friends.
- The guests were served with an
oyster supper. Mr. R. N. Austin,
then thanked the hostess, Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Hardle. .
' Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cobb have mov
ed into their newly purchased home
at 1201 E. Edward street.
Mrs. Lottie Bradford has returned
from Dallas where she attended, the
funeral of her neice, Tuesday, Jan.
Mrs. Helen Hall. 205 W. Bluff
street, has just returned from Cle
burne, where she went to present
her mother, Mrs. Pinky Leoptz, a
Christmas present This very useful
present consisted of only one half
of a 500 lb. hog which she bad raised
in the back yard last year.
Miss Laura Floyd of Groesbeck
became very sick with pneumonia
three weeks ago while visiting her
brother, Mr. R. G. Floyd. 520 S. Hen
derson, with no indications of im
provement. Mrs. R. J; Floyd was
taken with the influenza last Sun
day. Mr. Hewitt Jones, formerly of
Coates Brothers In Texas, has in
vested In the Oil Fields of Tulsa Co.
Oklahoma, with the Celeste Mullen
Syndicate and now owns a nice
stock In the McTon Oil Co.
Mrs. Ann Ellis of Clarksville, spent
Christmas with her daughter, Mrs.
Callie Ewins, 1217 Oak Street The
reunion was the source of exceeding
ly great joy.
Mrs. Clarence Bowie entertained
Mrs. William Allen of Marshall, Tex
as, Jan. 3rd, 1919 at 809 Lake street
.Mrs. M. A. Hurst, 1018 S. Calhoun
has been very sick with the "flu"
but Is getting up again.
Miss Ruby Henley is visiting
friends in Wichita Falls, Texas.
Mrs. Wm. Carroll Is up after two
Mrs. Walter Green, 931 Helen ave
nue is sick with lagrlppe.
Mr. and Mrs. Major Harris are
both up after a very severe attack
of the influenza.
Any information leading t i the
the whereabouts of my sister. Charity
. Brool'S. She lived on Ford Street,
Palestine, Texas, about 4 years ago,
at which time, my name was Bertha
WaMsn, but since changed to Ber-
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OFFICE: 608 MAIN STREET, FORT WORTH, TEXAS.,
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NEW BOX at the Citizen's Drug Store
809 E. 9th Street
Enclose check covering lc per word
for reading notices, etc., when you
DROP your MESSAGE In the BOX.
tha Clark, 727 W. Railroad avenue.
Bakers 'Mission A. M. K. Church.
The prayer meeting service held
at Mrs. Joe Jackson on Wynno St,
resulted In the conversion of her hus
band. Mrs. Jackson is ill and the
prayer band called to pray with her
the above results.
Rev. J. P. Linn, pastor and a good
band of his members participated
Mrs. Jackson Is very sick.
Mrs. Ella Cooper and Master Al
mon Lewis of Italy are guests of
Mrs. F. D. Cooper. Rev. E. M. John
son filled his post last Sunday at
Blooming Grove and preached a
Birdie B. Lewis is visiting rela
tives in Italy.
Mrs. L. W. Whitfield is daily ex
pecting the arrival of her husband
Morning Chapel C. M. E. Kotes.
Sunday Morning Chapel was at her
best Promptly at 9:30 Supt Lang
ston and his staff of teachers open
ed the Morning Chapel Sunshine
school. This being the first Sunday
morning in the new year, the Sunday
school was flooded with Sunshlnites
ready to begin the new year on
The pastor preached a powerful
sermon and administered the Lord's
supper assisted by Father Dotson
The Ep worth League was the big
noise in the afternoon. Eager to be
gin the new year on time, the leag
uers were found at their post prompt
ly at 6 o'clock. Epworth League
has taken on new life the efficient
staff of teachers to take care of
the large number of new league un
der Mrs. M. D. Franklin will rend
er a special program Sunday even
ing at 6 o'clock.
Visitors are always welcome in our
M. H. SPENCER, Pastor.
PROF. J. T. LANGSTON,
Supt. Sunday School.
EMORY C. SMITH, Sr.,
Pres. Epworth League.
Sergeant Kelly Wyatt of Ft. Smith
Ark., was the guest of Miss Elnora
Llnville. Sergeant Wyatt finished
MB course at Nashville, Tenn.
Saturday evening, Miss Llnville en
tertalned him with a theater party
after the show, they were served at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Wil
liams, 1108 W. 7th street, who also
gave a dinner Sunday in honor of
him. Sunday afternoon was spent
in listening to a great sermon at the
Second Baptist church delivered by
Rev. J. H. Winn. Sergeant Wyatt
left for Camp MacArthur,' Monday
nignt, wnere ho has been in service.
Allen Chapel A. M..E. Church.
Cor. East First and Elm Sts.,
Rev. R. S. Jenkins, Pastor.
The pupils of the Sunday school
enjoyed a feast, three turkeys, box
of apples, a box of oranges, a box of
candies, white walnuts, almonds; pe
cans, ana cake, this feast was held
last Sunday from 10:30 to 12:08
o clock noon.
The church services were well at
tended, Rev. J. T. Smith, preached
at 11:00 a. m. The league had a
great meeting at 6 p. m. at 7:45 the
pastor preached, subject, "The Un
limited 'Power of God," and it was
indeed a great sermon. But wait
let us tell you, next Sunday will be
a red letter day. At 11 a. m., the
Flag of service will be lowered and
the Eleventh star will be turned to
gold, and raised by soldiers released
from the service. A program and
the pastor will preach, subject "God's
Battle vs Our Battle." Collection
$57.37. Four persons joined the
church ,viz.: Private E. E. Scott of
Camp Logan, Mrs. N. J. Hodge, Mrs
Thulia Admiral and Mrs. Rosetta
Edwards. Sunday is our rally day
watch the great work go on to a
glorious triumphant. A Junior mis
sionary society, has been organized
by Mrs. M. R. Thompson. The offl
cers elected are as follows: Mrs.
DR. R. E. GILTOf,
All modern equipment Best gold
used, all work guaranteed. Best hall
in city to rent for lodge meetings and
ente.-tainment -Office in Giltop M;e
Building, &15tf Calhoun St
Office L. 3801 Res. R. 0910
Residence Ropedale 287
Office Lunar 4082
Fort Worth.' Texas
Offl; a L. 2874
Residence R. 1290
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Tlllie Davis, president; Mrs. Ollle
Warren, 1st vice president; Miss F.
E. Buckner, 2nd vice president;. Miss
Elolse Jones, secretary; Miss Carrie
Reed, assistant secretary; Miss Vera
Miller, treasurer; Miss Ethel McGar,
organlBt; Miss Eva . Mae White, li
brarian; Miss Effle Ware, chairman
of the Lookout Committee; Mrs. Julia
Fitch and Mrs. A .C. Talley, as
sociated members; Miss Ethel Mc
Gar, chairman Program Committee;
Miss Ida Bell Williams. Mrs. Eliza
beth Newsome and Miss Maggie
Smith, associated members; Mrs. L.
E. Currlngton, re-elected musical di
rectress of the church and choir;
Miss' Elolse Jones, re-elected organ
ist of the League; Miss Alazel Har
vey, re-elected organlBt of the Sun
day school; Mr. Lee Hudson, re-elect
ed Trambonlst In the choir; Miss
Ethel McGar, re-elected assistant to
Mrs. L. E. Carrington;. Miss Fay
burt assistant to Miss Eloise Jones;
Miss Christine Burt assistant to Miss
Hazel Harvey, Mrs. J. B. Rice, elect
ed Gaurdlan over the children at the
sacrament table; Mr. Lee Hudson,
re-elected church collector.
Sherman, Texas, Jan. 9. Mrs. Dr.
Cecil C. Porter will make the city
her home with her husband's parents
who Is one of Texas' leading young
doctors. Her husband is a recent
graduate of Meharry Medical Col
lege. Rev. J. W. Washington tendered
hia Deacon and Trustee Board of
the Bethlehem Baptist a social re
past the evening of 31 Inst, at the
parsonage, there being 35 persons
Mr. and Mrs. J. Steadman of Deni
scn, (niece) Mrs. Emma Stepney of
Hearne, (aunt) Mrs. Laura Mitchell,
formerly of Waco, (mother) visited
Mr. Jackson Mitchell and family. Mr.
Alvin Shephard has returned from
Clarksville. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Tay
lor of Grant Okla., visited his daugh
ter, Mrs. Rev. Washington and fami
ly. Elder B. T. Hubbard now of
Madill has been assigned to the Holi
ness in their big revival here.
B. J. Jones' cafe, cold drinks, short
orders, corner Willow and Mulberry
Miss Audrey Z. Robinson is so
journing in Chicago.
Mrs. Carrie Davis and children
have returned from Gunter. Mr. Jeff
Davis has returned to Waco.
Rev. B. F. Boggers, the new pas
tor of Payne Chapel A. M. E. oc
cupied his pulpit at both morning
and evening services 5 Inst He is
quite an able and powerful pulpi
teer. He formerly pastored Quinn
Chapel A. M. E. at Denison. Miss
Reta Mae Nicholson is visiting Mrs.
David Dyer, and family in Dallas.
Mrs. Emma' Birmingham and neice,
Miss Mary Taylor have returned
from Perry, Okla., and Ft. Worth
In the death of Mrs. Maud Sneed,
3 Inst., the city loss one of their
most valuable citizens. She was
well loved by both white and black.
She was a consistent Christian of
Harmony Baptist church, where her
funeral was attended on the 7 Inst
Rev. H. D. Allen, P. C, auspices of
Acme Court Heroine of Jericho. Her
son, Willie Sneed, who is on border
stationed at Columbus, N. Mexico and
sister, Mrs. S. C. Ward and children
of Temple attended. Prof. N. S.
Everett of the Fraternal had charge.
Mrs. Felix Gardner died on the
3 Inst., at her home in Van Alstyne.
Funeral arrangements will be com
pleted when her children arrive from
Los Angeles, Calif.'
Miss Gut&ie Lee Jones of Musko
gee, Okla,, is visiting her mother.
Mrs. Pearlie Culberson is sick.
Elder R. P. Woods, pastor of the
Church of God in Christ Holiness,
assisted by Elder Wm. Harris of
Dallas and Elder E. M. Page, State
overseer and Elder H. H. Hayman of
Piano have had a successful ten
days' meeting. Elder Woods goes
to his other church at Texarkana,
Texas, Jan. 9. He will be away two
weeks, but meetings will continue
four nights in each week.
Corsicana, Texas, Jan. 9. The in
fluenza seems to be .on a second
round here, in some families, there
are three and four persons sick in
bed. In referring to Mrs. Griffin
last week we should have said that
she is able to get around in the
house and not that she is able to
do home duties. There have been
several funerals here recently among
them were a little son of Mr. Ed R.
Nelson ' of Marlin, . Pvt. Andrew
Thompson, son-in-law of Mr. Via.
Rodgei-s, shipped here from Camp
Sherman, Chillicothe, Ohio, and Mrs.
Rebecca Holmes an old resident of
this city. She was 65 years old ?d
had been a member of the churcn
for 35 years. She died Jan. 1 and
was buried last Sunday .from the
First Independent Paptist church,
Rev. A. L. Moore, officiated. Some
of the Express readers who are on
the sick list are: Mr. Jerry John
son, Mrs. High and Mrs. Ed Wood.
A Colored man is in jail at Ennis
for inducing a school girl here to
run away , with him. They were
caught in time, however to save the
Marlin, Texas, Jan. 9 Dr. W. R.
Roberts of Palestine, , Texas was In
the city during the holidays the
guest of Miss Hortense Simmons.
Mrs. A. N. Prince and son, Paul
Henry spent a week in the city visit
Ing her sister and niece, Mrs. I. V.
Simmons and Miss Hortense Sim
mons. Mrs. Winnie Gilbert of Waco.
Tras, worshiped at Rev. E. G.
Jackson's church. Mr. Will Tate of
Wheelock, ' Texas, stopped over with
Mrs Lula Barnes on Falls street for
a few days. Revs. R. L. Hurscy and
Wm. Wasdon of Frankston reports
their meeting a' success. Mrs. Mar
thelia Allen of Purcell, Okla., Is at
her mother, Mrs. Robinson on Com
merce street Mrs. Sharlot Williams
died on the 4th, aged 85 Having
been a member of the Baptist ch'urch
t Hocky Hill for 22 years, she leaves
tour daughters and one son to mourn
her loss and a host of friends. Mrs.
Mabel Scott of Waco spent Sunday
in the city. Mr. Moses Carroll came
In from Waco very sick on Bill St.
Mrs. A. W. Williams stopped ovei
with her neice. Mrs. E. R. Moslej
en route to Corsicaia, where she
will make her future home. Rev,
B. T. Reece Jeft for Jewett, Texas.
Mrs. I. V. Simmons left for her
school after spending the holidays at
home. The Frllb Co'inty Association
board is anileipatlng a grand time
at Rev, George V. Stringfellow's
church at High Bank. Ttxnn on the
Miss Marie Wauls died on the 3.
ITHE MAM MO
WILLIAM FAR NUM.
DIRECTION WILLIAM FOX
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A gripping drama picturing the Career of General Sam Hous
ton. 300 of the most famous American Indians with their chiefs.
j Mexican soldiers, United States Cavalrymen, Texas Rangers, Trap-
y pcrs and Guides. A picture that will go down In the annals of
t Filmdom .
y Two Weeks Spent on big "BATTLE SCENES," used five thousani
-dollars on ammunition. Don't forget the date Moniay, Jan. 13th.
1 Seven-reel production some picture.
She was a consistent' Christian of
the M. E. church.
Correction Mr. and Mrs. Cook of
Column street had Mr. Santa Claus
to bring their daughter. Miss De
bora Cook a six passenger Overland
automobile instead of her Uncle
Oliver Lights. Dr. A. L. Hunter and
your reporter were out in the big
creek community where the Doctor
was called on a professional visit
The doctor gave the young man pills
while the car balled up some for us
to move from its wheels. The Ex
celsiors Community is not doing
business on halves, they have weath
erboarded and floored their school,
while their efficient teacher, Mrs.
M. L. Covington is papering on the
Inside. This is an enterprising com
munity. Col. R. Shaw, after a long
illness is up again to the delight of
his many friends. Mr. W. R. Worm
ly has gone home to Giddings, Texas
after a successful business in the
Carthage, Texas, Jan. 9. Hon.
H. Johnson of this city was quietly
married to Miss Lucy Hubanks on
the 22 ult. Mr. Johnson is one of the
most progressive business men of
(Tie race and his brid is a brilliant
star in society. We vish for them
most peacable voyage on the matri
Mr. and Mrs. Jule Deckard of Ta
tum spent Sunday, Dec. 29 'with their
friends, Mr. and Mrs. H. Johnson of
Mrs. Martha Jennir gs gave a fam
ily reunion at her palatial residence
in Center, last Sunday. The occa
sion was .grand to gay the least. A
Three-course dinner consisted of all
the dainties known to make the
feast up-to-date wa Berved Indeed,
Mrs. Jennings and her daughters are
queens in the cooking and serving.
The folio v ing named guests were
present: Rev. and, Mrs. Brown, Mr.
and Mrs. Hubanks; Mr. Hicks and
daughter, Miss Luella, Misses Mahalie
and Emma Tamolln, Misses Brown
and Jennings, sisters of Ttmpson,
Iathan sister, Mrs. C. Nobles, Mrs.
Mary Childress of San Antonio ard
Miss Lister, also her son Morhn
from Carthage and the writer.
Prof. A. W. Tatum and sons Wil
liam, Oscar have returned to Prairie
View, also Ben Hutson. Mrs. Hattle
Phillips is very sick. Gordon Brown
and wife, Willie May died almost
simultaneously, 24 hours apart. Mrs.
Clara Benton and Little Alma spent
New Year's in Tatum, wuh Mrs.
Deckard. H. Johnson and wife are
home again from a 3 days' visit in
Ma' shall. The Misses Jennings, sis
ters of Center accompanied by their
bp-ther, Mark faRsed through this
city en route to Texas College.
See J. M. Benton and subscribe
for the greatest race paper in the
Denton, Texas, Jan. 9.Rev. J. H.
Jones, P. E. of Dallas district held
his fUst quarterly conference at St.
Janr A. M. E. church last Sunday.
Rev. W. P. Crocket pastor. Rev.
Jones spoke to the Sunday schoc.
ar.d at 11 a. m.K preached a very
timely and insplr tig termon at 8
p. m the i pastor delivered an ex-ct-llent
discourse. On Monday tight
the final session of the cor.'oier.re
as held. The reports ran flnanclal-
Friday, January 10th,
big Wild and Wooly Western Play,
"THE GHOST OF THE RANCHO" featuring '"Bryant Wash
"WHOOPEE" His old man threw hlra out doors because he was
wild. So he went to work, won a mighty pretty girl, cleaned up
a gang of bad men. He had the right stuff in him that's "Bryant
.Washburn" In "The Ghost of the Rancho."
Saturday, January 11th, ,
Wild Bill Farnum and Tom Mix,
In a wonderful story of the West "DURAND OF BAD LANDS,"
some bad man. Dick Durand, an outlaw for whom a reward is
offered. Shows a 4)lg heart in thOBe good old days of the "WILD
AND WOOLY WEST" Saturday only - also two-reel comedy.
Sunday, January 12th,
Daring "TOM MIX" In a thrilling drama "OF THE WEST"
"CUPID'S ROUND UP" when it comes to shooting straight Tom
illustrates a point or two in this photo-play "Cupid's Round Up."
This picture positively is a guaranteed attraction "WILD AND
WOOLY," that's "TOM" Sunday only.
JANUARY 13TH, 1919, SPECIAL ATTRACTION
The William Fox
WILLIAM FARNUM IN
OE TRAMMEL, MANAGER
ly far a head of expectations. The
Elder was pleased with such an ex
cellent showing on the part of the
pastor and membership. Rev. Jones
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. B.
F. Crawford. Reverend Patterson
of Honey Grove held services at
Pleasant Grove Baptist church Sun
day for Rev. Swancy, the pastor, Mr.
H. Dawson, and wife of Bruceville,
Texas, came Monday, and accom
panied the remains of Mrs. Flosie
Jones, Hheir daughter, home, Mrs.
Jones died early Monday morning
of pneumonia. Mr. Tom Knox died
at the home of Mrs. Janie Mymbs,
Sunday night Revs. J. A. Jones
and W. P. Crocket visited the Fred
Douglass school Monday.
For Sale Singer Sewing Machine
for $6.00. Phone Haskel 4568.
A first class Colored barber for
'white trade. Come at once, 131 So.
Main street, McAIester, Okla. F. T.
Lost A taupe fur Stole lined with
blue, flowered overseas silk. Missed
II on Clark street Finder please
return to 2127 Clark street and rc
ccive liberal reward.
SADIE'S BEAUTY PARLOR. .
The Ladle's Poro Beauty Parlor at
209 North Central Avenue, in the
rear of D. L. Littleton's barbershop.
'RS. SARAH LITTLETON, Prop.
Phone Min 6087.
I desire to know the whereabouts
of Earl and J. B. Moore. When last
heard from In Ociober, Earl was at
St. George hotel on Main street Any
Information leading to their where
about. will be highly i predated by
their mother, Mrs. Mary Singleton,
222 E.st Grand, Oklahoma City. Okla.
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Thomas Johnson, Mgr.
I would like to know the where
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last heard of him was at Balllnger,
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mon Letherldge, 2717 Williams St,
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Wotiki' like to know the where
abouts of Earl and J. B.' Moore.
When last heard of. Earl was at St.
George Hotel, Dallas, Texas. Any
information leading to their where
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their mother. Mrs. Mary Singleton.
222 East Grand, Oklahoma City, Ckla.
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