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THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 19 20.
Some'- JFowns Ii Texas
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Forney, Texas, Jan. 8. Sunday
school was largely attended at alt
churches Sunday. The Mt Zion
Sunday school has elected new offl
cers and among the new ones Bro.
C. A. Smith was elected Supt. of the
Sunday school and on the first Sun
day of his presiding, the Sunday
school raised $31.25 in Just oderly
Sunday school. '
Rev. L. W. Mnckcy filled his pul
pit Sunday -night and preacked a
SKJtyful sermon.
Mrs. S. J. PatUrscn was re-elected
president of Uie B. Y. P. U. for an
other year which means more pro
gress In the union. Total raised
Sunday at Mt. Zion $70.68. Rev. P.
M. Mitchell was with his people
Sunday. He has been all the week
' carrying on a holiday meeting, Little
Klock Is marching on up to zion.
Rev. Herron was at his post Sun'
4a and preached two strong er-
mows, every pastor was at his post,
the First Sunday In 1920 and iktt
means more work done for Christ
in 1920. Miss Charlotte Scott re
turned home last week. sick.
Miss Annie Mae Byrad Is very
111 and was reported not much hope
for her but we hone she will soon
recover.
Mr. James Harvard of Dallas, was
la the city Saturday and Sunday
Mr. C. W. Sanders, Sr.. was out of
town Saturday and Sunday on hie
district work.
Ragged wounds are painful and
cause much annoyance. If not kept
dean they fester and become run
ning sores. Ballard's Snow Lini
ment is an antiseptic healing remedy
for such cases. Apply it at night
before going to bed and cover with
a. cotton' cloth bandage. It heals in
a few days. Sold by Little Ocn Drug
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SOltf LAKE.
Sour Lake, Texas, Jan. S. The
Unity and o-opcratlon of the ofllceta
and members of Mt. Hose liaptlst
Sunday school has resulted in be-
tug one of the best Sunday schools
in this part of the state.
There was .good service nt Mt.
Rose, throughout Sunday with the
young minister In charge. They
postponed the evening service for
me is. y. y. v., and there was
another good service and at night
the ministers took charge again,
total amount raised $12.00.
Rev. C. U Lee was on duty at
Tyree's A. M. E. church and reports
a gofd service.
Miss N. Taylor left last week for
Ilcaumont to resume college duties
after spending the holidays with rel
atives here.
Mr. V. Biowni resigned his position
with the Waldman Ross Grain Co.,
to accept a better position In Hull.
Heartburn, indigestion or distress
of the stomach is Instantly relieved
by HERBlNE. It forces the badly
digested rood out of the body and
restores tone In the stomach and
bowels. Sold by Little Gem Drug
Ktore.
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ROCKWALL,
Rokwall, Texas, Jan. 8. Sunday
chool was on time at New Caldonla
Baptlwt church. Rev. F. R. Randies
filled his pulpit at 11:30 and 5:30.
Business meeting at night. The
pastor again appeared before his
congregation and was at his best
and spoke to a large congregation.
Amount of contribution $62.65. i
. Miss Carrll Carroll of Sulphur
Springs, visited Louise Bratton last
week. E. M. Young and wife spent
few days In Fort Worth on busi
ness. Margaret Nichols visited In
Penlson during the holidays. Lizzie
Morrioln of Wolfe City spent seveial
days In the city visiting her sister.
Mrs. P. Roberts is home again af
ter spending several days in Dallas,
visiting friends and relatives. ,
Madam L. Bratton made a fly-
Ing trip to Dallas.
i
Jofnta that ache; muscles that are
drawn or contracted should be treat
ed with BALLARD'S SNOW L1NI
MKNT. It penetrates to the spot
where It la needed and relieve suf
fering. Sold by Little Gum Drug
Store.
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WEATIIERFOUn.
Weatherford, ' Texas, v Jan. 8. Mr.
Wiley Bell, formerly of Weatherford,
lbut now of California Is here spend
ing, a few days with parents nd
friends. Mrs. Vesta Tyler of Cali
fornia is nere vlstlng relatives. Mr.
Sorrell of Mineral Wells Is . here
visiting friends. Mrs. Mary IIp
shaw of this city has been on the
Ick list, but is gradually improving.
Wn. Mary Crawford departed this
life Friday evening, Jan. 2nd at 3
o'clock following a brief Illness. Mis.
Leona Rucker was called to the
bedside of her daughter.
The liver loses Its activity at times
and needs help. HERB1NE Is an ef
fective liver stimulant It also puri
fii the bowels, strengthens diges
tion and restores strength, vigor anl
cheerful spirits. Sold by little Gem
Drug Store.
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MARLCT.
Marlln, Texas. Jan. 8. Everything
in moving along along smoothly and
all at the churches and Sunday
nchnols are doing good work. Rev.
C. W. Ballard preached a noble ser-
wn. Rev. G. W. Brown of Jewett,
Texas, came In to visit his family.
Mr, and 'Mrs. Henderson Livingston
liave returned from an extended trip
from Houston and many of the
Southern cities. Mrs. Emma Hamil
ton have returned to Fort Worth
to join her husfcand. Mrs. Essie
Polk is at the home of her aunt
Mm. K. C. Jordan. The good mem
bership of the M. E. church under
the leadership ff Messrs. M. A.
W:s, Jennie Chllds end Madam
Rosa Harper Rtormed their pastor
wiffi proerric to the amount of
JT.-d". Hon. Mr. Fisher, Ia Hanks
of MiirMn nnd JUlss Bamma Gla.e of
jfi'''vpv wrrv" inarrlen at the home
r -. KvM Mr. Hanks Is at hnme
w"h h;r, brldo at 212 F?11b street.
J
ii mw ii ii mil ii i ii riiwJKSartjj
Mrs. Bertha Johnson of Ilighbank is
In the city. Dr. C. L. Chandler left
for Dallas on business. Rev. E. S.
Green of Kernes is In the city on
business. Mrs. Maggie McGIll has
returned from Mart Mrs. S . , G.
Glaze has moved into hU new home.
1TUCELL.
Purcell, Ckla., Jan. 8. We had
a succesnful box supper at the Bap
tist cnurcn last Thursday night
.Mrs. Hattie Daniels won the prize
wtucn was a cup and saucer. Mrs.
Nina Jerferson and mother spent
Christmas in Gainesville, Texas. Mr.
Lee Bailey and Mr. Jasper Arbutkle
spent their Christmas at their home
In Bonbam, Texas. Mr. Henry
Christian, Mrs. Una Bailey, Mr.
John Walker spent Christmas with
their brother In Oklahoma City.
Miss Letha Allen Is in Tyler, visit
ing Mrs. Anna Jefferson. Mrs. Net
tle Inge the wife of Frank Inge is
our city. Mr. Jack Stonea spent sev-
in our city. Mr. Jack Stones spent bcv-
Arbuckle and Mrs. Una Baily made
a Xiylng trip to Oklahoma, Sunday.
Little C. J. Christian Is In our city vis
iting relatives
Mrs. Anna Jefferson and Miss
Erma Jefferson and others made a
trip to Oklahoma City, Monday morn
ing at 6 o'clock.
A good remedy for a bad cough is
BALLARD'S HOREHOUND SVRUP.
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41 uuiio lull"", UI1U qilltHH HJ
rltatlorf. Sold by Little Gem Drug
Store.
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LIFKI.V.
Lufkin, Texas, Jan. 8. The work
of Goodwill Baptist church and its
auxiliary Sunday school was Indee-1
a success. Bro. C. L. Williams, a
man of the hour when It comes- to
Sunday school work so much so un
til the Sunday school saw fit to
make him succeed himself as the
head of the school. A second trm.
Noble church services throughout the
day with a Holy Ghost shower in
the afternoon. At night we had a
good repi esentatlon from our sister
church, the First Baptist.
Many participants displaying all
marks and Christian religion, frienj
and neighbors when in town you have
a standing Invltatl6n to Goodwill.
We have emerged Into a new year
with new resolutions. The Goodwill
Baptist church. Rev. B. H. Roberts!
pastor Bro. James Utley, clerk.
REISKL. '
Riesel, Texas, Jan. 8. A lively
Sunday school and a spiritual meet
ing was witnessed at the New Zion
Baptist church Sunday service wa
well attended at, the Rising Sun M.
E. church, Sunday. Their new pas
tor was at his post and preached
a wonderful sermon. Class meeting
was held in the afternoon all the
membcis seemed to be well pleased
with new pastor The big .mid
winter carnival given by the National
Woodman closed Saturday night with
a greaf success. Mr. Clifton Thomas
and family of Spring Hill was here
Snnrtnv.
Mrs, Laura Carwcll has returned!
riom Fort Worth. Mr. Lee Lang
and Mrs. M. L. Imdon. made a fly
Inir trip to West Texas. Mr. Johnnie
Garrett spent a few days In Oak
wood, Texas, on business. Mr. Dan
Foster lost his 13 year old rtauirhtpr
Dec. 31
PARIS.
Paris, Texas, Jan. 8. The nubile
schools opened last Monday after a
vacation of two weeks. Several new
faces. were present at the niinnlnir
Mr. and Mrs. S. 8. Shelton have
returned from Ardmore. where thev
spt-iii uie noiinnyB.
Dr. J. H Bell and Dr. F. D. Ram
wy have returned from Nashville,
Tenn.
Mrs. Henry of Ida Bell, Okla.,
was a visitor in Paris this week.
The fixtures for the Domestic Art
department of Gibbons high school
were being installed this week.
Dr. N. B. Roe of Clurksville was
a visitor to the city last week.
Mrs. Maggie Daily of Ardmore,
Okla., visited her lather and other
relatives this week
Mrs. L. K. Gill of Dallas, visited
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Harris last week.
The newspaper press which was
purchased for the printing of the
Colored paper known as the "Paris
Weekly Advisor" is being Installed
In the brick building recently pur
chased by the Lamar County Invest?
ment Co., a Negro organization. '
Mrs. IxjIs Waters of Tyler and Miss
Lala Sheaves of Muskogee, were the
guests of MIbb Ophelia Ward, dur
ing the hoi mays.
Miss O. V. Ward gave a party at
the Buford Theatre last Tuesday
evening In honor of her visiting
friends
The American Woodmen will have
a log rolling on the second Thursday
night in January when all new mem
bers are expected to be obligated
and instructed In secret works.
Miss Juanlta Roe, who haB been
attending school In Little Rock
came home to spend the holidays.
Miss George Llttlejohn came home
from Wiley University, the Christ
mas holidays.
RKF.XHAM.
r.mnham, Texas, Jan. 8. r-of. J.
C. Phillips, the noted elocutionist ap
peared In popular recital lir Bren
hain. Texas, Dec. 30th at the A.
M. E. churoh tinder the auspices nf
Dramatic club. A large crowd greet
ed him and his recital was received
with enthusiastic applause.
Mrs. J. C. Arnwlne, president of
club deserves great credit for book
ing a so talented artiBt '
AEfiROF.S ORGAMZE IUXK.
Rt Louis. Jan. 8. The Natural
Bridge Bank of St Louis has been
incorporated with a capital stock of
$100,000.' Amon the. directors are
George Ehlhart. Henry Q. Niemeyer
Louis Wolbrinck. (
The Mecca Banking and Trust Co
has been organized by Nepro busi
ness men with a capitaUTBt'on o'
S200.000. Dr. Charles H. Phillips I'
Mesldrnt sn.1 E. 1. Harris, C. P
Turpin and J. II. Evans fonm th
executive board.
KO MI AM.
Bon ham, Texas, Jan. 8. Mrs. Lu
lar Boureguard left last week for
Muskogee. Mrs. Hatle McGill was
in Sherman, last week visiting her
son.
Miss Florence Bagsby has return
ed from Fort Worth.
The A. M. E. members and friends
on last Monday night while their
pastor, Rev. J. A. Swann was hold
ing his official board surprised him
with a pound with all kinds of edi
bles. Mr. and Mrs. Calhoun of Califor
nia, are in the city visiting relatives.
Mr. Willie Stones gave a smoker
at his residence last week In honor
of his friends quite a crowd was
present.
Master ,Pittman died Jan. 1. Fun
eral conducted by Rev. J. D. John
son. P. E., A. G. Winn was in the city
Monday. .
Rev. J. A. Swan and Rev. Melton
left Tuesday for Ladonla;to attcn 1
ministerial counsel.
Services were good at all of the
churches Sunday.
Mr. Frank Hamilton left Monday
for Fort Worth.
Mr. Wilford Nicholas left last week
for Fort Worth.
TYLER.
Tyler, Texas, Jan. 8. After several
days of pleasure and amusement, the
faculty and student body returned
to actual work Monday nornlng, Dec.
29, 1919, every one appeared refresh
ed and anxious to get down to hard
study.
The student-body continues to grow
The present enrollment of breading
'students has passed the four hun
dred mark.
On Tuesday night occurred the
weekly prayer service conducted by
president Banks. He gave a very
Interesting lecture upon the sub
ject "Judgment."
The coach of the foot ball team
gave the members of the team a
grand foot ball social Wednesday
night from 7 until 10:30 grand
marches and gomes furnished the
amusements for the night.
School was suspended Thursday
and everyone enjoyed the holiday.
On Thursday night occurred a
slave pageant under the supervision
of Mrs. G. V. Banks. It represented
the Negro . from the dark days of
slavery through the days of recon
struction up to the vresent time.
Some of the principal characters
were Mr. Cuney Dansby, Kilgore,
Theodore Smith, Mineral Wells, Nel
lie Franklin, Rusk; Tom J. Banks,
Hartwell, Ga.; G. M. Wilson, Van
Alstyne; Lucile S. Cornelius, Can
ton; Pinkie Figgers. , Sulphur
Springs; Alma Featherson, Ft.
Worth; Maud D. Smith, Dallas;
Flora English, Klondike and Mary
M. Phillips, Shreveport, La.
The members of the Y. M. and Y.
W. A'b met In a joint session Sun
day morning at 11:00. Sunday school
was held at the usual hour. The
Vesper service under the supervision
of Miss B. E. Punch was a success.
Quite a few musical talents were dis
covered. A. B. RICE. Reporter.
LAWTOX.
Law ton, Okla., Jan. 8. Services
were well attended at all churches
last Sunday. Rev. Grlmke of Okla
homa City, filled the pulpit ut Betb
leheirft Baptist church.
At the Galilee Baptist church lat
Monday night an entertainment was
given by the members. A turkey
was affeled off. The one holding
the lucky number won the turkey.
Mrs. L. A. Hbuston was the winner.
Watch meeting at Bethlehem was
veiy well attended. Our emancipa
tion program was held at the Bap
tist church, an interesting program
A two-course luncheon was served
to the ex-Hlaves.
.Mrs. John L. Lilly left last Thurs
day night for Ardmore, to resume
her school work.
Miss Annie Muriel of Marshall is
In the city Visitlpg Miss Emma B.
Weaver.
Mrs. Emma Houston, gave a New
Year's - dnner at her home on New
Year's dinner at home on New
Mm. Sarah Snowden.
Miss Stein, assistant teacher at
Douglas high school has returned
irom Oklahoma Ciiy, where she spent
Christmas holidays.
(UIXESVILLE.
Gainesville, Texas, Jan. 8. Ser-(
vices were well attended at all
chinches Sunday. Rev. Benson died
at bis home Saturday ofternoon after
long illness. He is an ex-pastor of
the C. M. E. church of this city.
Funeral services were to be held
nt the St. James C. M. E. church
Monday afternoon. Rev. Harllce of
Dallas is here attending the funeral
of Rev. Benson. Rev. Smith is also
here attending the funeral of Rev.
Benson.
Dr. O. F. Strong and his .autft,
Mrs. F. K. McPherson went to Little
Rock, Arkansas, to visit hls aunt,
who Is very ill.
Prof. A. M. Moore -has returned
from Nashville, Tenn., where he ha.
been visiting hlB sons, Allen and
Amnion at- Flsk.
Mrs. S. M. Brown Ib visiting her
relatives In Wolf City, Texas. Mr.
Dr. Strong entertained a few of the
young people of Gainesville and here
visiting friends from Sherman, Texas,
Tuesday night at , her residence.
Miss M. Washington has returned
from Sherman. Mrs. Ruth Fears
left for Oklahoma City, Friday after
noon. You may purchase the Dallas Ex
press every Saturday fiom Herman
or I. E. Blackmon or Bernard Holt,
reporters.
Mrs. Chestnut left Sunday for the
Booker Washington sanitarium at Ft.
Worth, where she will undergo an
operation.
STEPH EXTILLUf
Stephenvllle, Texas, Jan. 8. Ser
vices were good at all churches Sun
day. Rev. R. J. Rucker, P. E., of
the Abilene District was in the city
last week and held his first quarter
ly conference of this year at the
C. M. E. church. Mr. Joe Johnson
and Miss Mary Clark were united In
holv wedlock, Monday night at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Clark.
Rev. Dr. J. W. Jones, officiated. Mrs
E. D. Chandler lit in Fort Worth
visiting her sister. Mr. Frank Clvilp
nd Miss A.--C. Reece were quietly
carried in Dallas, last Friday night
Mr. nnd Mrs. C A. Saddles enter
filned nt a beautiful house part'
n last Monday night Mrs. BcuW
th Oalnes Is in the citv visiting he--ifher.
Mrs. Geo. W,'-ht. Rev. 7
"Vinton, nrenohed for his people Pun
ay at the 6t. John Baptist chinch
Public Bchool re-opened Monday
with a large enrollment Mr. J. P.
Oliver of Dublin, was a visitor m
the city last week. Now that we
are living in 1020, let's try to make
this the crowning year of our ca
reer and try to live a spotless life,
so that others may think well of us.
FOUT WOUT1L
Fort Worth, Jan. 8. Mt. Zion Bap
tist church. Sunday school opened
at 9:30 a. m. Lesson Peter Preaches
at Pentecost, Act. 2:14. verse. Supt.
Beason and' Jackson are asking for
all the parents to send their chil
dren to Sunday school every Sun
day.
11:00 o'clock service opened on
time. Pastor Curry preached an ex
cellent sermon. At 3 p. m., four per;
sons were baptised. Junior and Sen
ior B. Y. P. U., opened at 5:00 p.
m. President Bowden taught an
excellent lesson. Prof. M. J. John
son of I. and M. College dclivere.1
an excellent address in B. Y. P. U.
Night service opened at 8:00 p. m.
Pastor Curry preached a glorious
sermon. Since this is a new year
our church wishes you a good and
prosperous year and more souls will
come to Christ Rev. C. C, Harper
of Dallas is carrying on a ten day
meeting and every one is cordially
i Invited to come and hear him.
Rev. M. K. Curry, pastor, Mattie
Lee Milton, Reporter.
H0XKY GROVE.
Honey Grove, Texas, Jan. 8. Mrs.
Mercy D. Bell and Miss Thclma Bills
gave quite a swell party Thursday
night in honor of Miss Susie Nichol
son of Gainesville at Odd Fellow
Hall. Mrs. Vivian Logan left Sunday
for Carson, to begin her school ses
sion. Mrs. Mary Bills is up from
a spell of Lagrippe, Rev. A. W. Har
ley, P. C, of the 8th street M. E.
Sunday school with Mrs. A. T. Smith
as Sirpt. is progressing nicely.
Mr. VVlllard Guess and Miss Chris
tlua Roquemon were quietly mariiel
at home of the bride.
Mr. Jeff Logan and Miss Vivian
Hines were married Wsdnesday night
at the home of the bride. Rev. A. W.
Harley, officiated.
Mrs. F. M. Nicholson is at Home
again after spending Christmas with
her children In Oklahoma.
Mr. and .Mrs. J. Davenport Inter
faced a few friends Sunday to a
delicious dinner.
Rev. und.Mrs. J. R, Swancy spen
a few days at the home of Mr. anl
Mrs. Davis at Revenna, last week. Ar
rivals: Miss Odessla Logan, Arling
ton, Miss Gertie Dyer of Amarilla.
Mr. Felix 'Logan Wiley University.
Miss Eva Allen is always pleased
to receive the Express.
Mrs. Fannie Henderson ia In
disposed this week.
4 Ok-MllftEE.
Okmulgee, Okla., Jan. 8. Mr. N.
7.. Hays returned from Marlln, Texas,
Mondav.
Mr. C. C. Gillespie and wife came
in Friday from Dallas.
Mr. J. T. Jackson and wife, who
spent the holidays in Dallas are
domiciled at the residence of Mrs,
Emma Asberrv on W. Rth stroot
Mr. C. McCormick of 504 N. Dela
ware avenue is among friends in
Ccraicana, Texas. Mr. H. W. Bur
leigh and daughter, Carrie Lee re
turned from Holdenvtlle, having
epeni me noimays among friends anl
relatives. .
Mr. L. D. Stuart of 716 North Por
ter avenue is Vlsitine his nlKtor In
manning the Stuart Barber shop
Arlington, lenn. Mr. J. H. Ward I?
during the absence of Mr. Stuart.
Mrs. Revaid 1-ovrlnn nf flaromnro
is a guest of Mrs. L. D. Stuart "of
is. Porter avenue.
Mrs. C. G. Glinn and Mrs. H. R.
White of Henryetta, made $ flying
trip to Muskoges, Sunday.
Little jRuth Peyton, daughter of
Mr. anr Mrs. Baltimore, died Satur
day morning from affects of fire.
The family has our sympathy in
their hours of bereavement.
Miss Bernice Jones of North Por
ter Avenue left for Muskogee, having
spent Christmas here with parents
and friends.
Our Citv teachers who snonl ho
holidays out of the city have re
turned. ' '
Mlsa Duisv Anderson who hna
been ill for several months died
Sunday evening.
Mis9 Rosa Williams of Muskogee
silent nloasant hnurs with her Kiutm-
Mrs. Alice Manuel of 1116 H. 2nd
street last week.
Mrs. Alice Manuel of E. 2nd street,
is indisposed.
C'hnrch ws.
Services at 1st Baptist church 'were
Interestins. Dr. S. R. Pnnpa dull vpr.
ed strong sermons as usual.
Rev. J. C. Williams, pastor of Mt.
Olive Presbyterian church was called
to Tennessee by reason of Illness.
The Presbvterian Sffndav school
Is taking on new life. '
jsi. ram t. H. E. t'hurch
This church In nnp nf the lenrtlnp-
churches of the city. Sunday was
high day, being first quarter, -three
noble sermons were delivered.
Rev. E. M. Madden brought thing
to pass at 3 o'clock. P. E. Gatewood
was m nis post sunaay nigm in
hlirh snirit. Tho rhnrrh .aIwavr enp
over the top. Sunday school each
Sunday at 9:40, everybody welcome.
.vi rs. j. w. a. inompson, cnurcn
reporter. See that your church news
gets to her.
ATLANTA.
Atlanta, Texas, Jan. 8. The Chris
tian ladies of our city came together
and gave to Mr. and Mrs. , John
Richardson a shower S thero were
many good things carried besides t
nice sum of money.
Mr. Lewis Johns and wife left Sun
day evening for their home in De
troit. Mich., after spending the holi
days with home folks. Mr. Wrilliams
John and wife left last Tuesday for
Dallas to spend a few davs with Mrs.
Johns' mother. Mrs. Savannah Herd
was a pleasant visitor to her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Lee Christ
mas. Mr. Elijah and Eugene Green
came In from ' Honey Grove, Sunday
to the delight of home folks. Dea
con W. S. Halo was called Sunday
to attend the bedside of his aunt.
Mrs. Annie English, who was strick
en with paralysis. " "
Mrs. Harriett Andrews Is back
tome after an extended visit in Fort
Worth. Bro. A. Muldrew of Queen
City worshipped with the member
f the First Baptist" church, Sunday
Mrs. J. C. Curley entertained with
i riice dinner Sunday.
' The ground is almost covered with
-now, everybody Is" delichted to
"t especially the children.
"'Wimond Rains left for Stamp?
Ark., after spending the Christmas
with the madam.
Rev. G. R., the proud pastor of
Shiloh Baptist church was at his
post, Sunday uid preached a grand
sermon.
Mr. Andrew Alexander of Kildare
was a welcome visitor in the Brlgman
Home, Sunday. The wedding bells
are ringing. Mr. Samuel Washing
ton and Miss Katharine Gaither are
to be united in matrimony Thursday
night We wish them much Joy.
Miss A. B. Brlgman returned from
Anuon, Monday.
..Mr. and jWrs. Sam L. James made
a quick trip to Atlanta in their new
car.
Mr. Jessie James returned from
Clarksville, Wednesday, New Year's
day.
See Mrs. L,-. Washington, when
you want your paper.
lOKSIt'ANA.
First Baptist Church.
Corsicann, Texas, Jan. 8, 1919.
This church held a soul stirring
meeting on watch night rejoicing
to see the old year and the enter
ing of the New Year, two additions
to the church. Sunday school
was well attended opened by the
Supt. Rev. L. Morgan, visitors, Hev,
T. M. Brooks. "Banner class C." Re
view and short talk by the pastor of
each one awakening and do more in
future than in the past Collection
$3.11. At morning services the
church was filled with the holy
spirit and the house was set on
hallowed fire, subject, "Pressing For
ward," text Phil. 3:33. At night be
ing the' first Sunday as usual cove
nant meeting enjoyed by all, one addit
ion. Collection of the day $33.05. We
have launched a sixty day campaign
with work and faithful prayer, we
will succeed.
Mrs. Leola Ashford and little Mal
coln spent a lovely afternoon with
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Crenshaw, Sun
day . i
rrNELAJil).
Pineland, Texas, Jan. 8. Sunday
school was good at all churches, Rev.
D. S. Smith, Pastor C. M. E. church
was nt his post and had splendid Bcr
vlce, all day. The Fudge party at
Mrs. J. E. Beverly was Grand.
Many left Pineland to spend
Christmas with their relatives and
friends. Prof. J. M. Hurdly from Dl
boll and Rev. N. P. Johnson were
visitors of Pineland Christmas week.
Mr. and Mrs. Manual Shelby return
ed from Ressmore and Beaumont,
also Deacon Gice and Craig and oth
ers' visiting relatives. The Christmas
tree at Pine Grove Baptist church
Christmas evening was fine given by
the Sunday school. The town. Rev.
Hays, preached a short sermon on
the birth of Christ. Rev. Hays is one
of the our old ministers. We highly
honor his service. The C. M. E.
Missionary Society had a rally Christ
mas day success was grand.
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Douglass, Ariz., v Jan. 8. Services
were well attended at all the
churches Sunday. Prof. Billups of
St. Louis, Mo., was in the city last
week visiting his son, Homer and
mother in law, Mrs. J. B. Goodly.
He was heartily welcomed by scores
of friends. We are always glad to
have men of such nobility among
us. Preparations are being made
for the emancipation' celebration, Jan.
1st, at the new brick school building
a grand time is anticipated. Rev. J.
W. Kincbloe of - Los Angeles, Cal.,
is here with' his family and is slow
ly oh the mend after a very serious
illness.
MA nr.
Mart, Texas, Jan. 8. Sunday was
a real go-to-church day. The 1st Sab
bath In 1920.
Services were good at all churches.
We are hoping to. have a Colored
drug store soon. Mr. Bill Dorsey
and Mr. N. Turner will soon open
a first class barbershop. .
M. E. Church Xote.
We were blessed to have with us
Rev, Hailey, our pastor, who deliver
ed the goods. We are I glad to have
with us this God sent man and hope
for him success. Collection $16.64.
CLARKSVILLE.
Clarksville, Texas, Jan. 8, 1920.
The several teachers of this city
have returned to their respective
places to be their work after en
joying a beautiful Christmas. Ser-1
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vice was well attended at all church
es. The M. E. church has a new pastor
in person of Rev. Bluea, who is a
man for the Job, and ia putting
things to the front. ZionVfcas the
Old reliable Rev. Hill, who has been
with them before.
Drs. Wallace and Munchus have
made several successful operations
and everybody is well and at their
duties. Mr. Chas. Savages' tister
spent some few days of pleasure
with them during the holidays anl
made her departure Sunday to her
home. The Progressive Negro of
Clarksville, Is now up and doing
making a start with the New Year
and every one ought to take the
same spirit and crown thiB year with
better effort
The city high school- opened this
morning with a packEd house, every
boy and girl seems to be full of the
spirit of pep. 'Miss rene Woodson
has her beautiful home completed
near the h'h school and Bhe is an
old teacher of the school, her place
is an ideal home. Mrs. Nettie San
ders has purchased her a neat little
cottage. Sam Chambers C. O. D.
Garage is in full service you will
be sure to et your car fixed right
wheu he lays glad hands on it, be
cause he knows his stuff.
Clarksville, is going to build bet
ter houses to live in because the
of progress is here and that's what
It takes.
See H. Y. Martin for Express,
every Saturday and read your own
paper some times. Life Insurance
will be sold you also at his office in
Dr. O. M1. Munchus' building, agent
H. Y. Martin, Box 5.
TERRELL.
Terrell, Texas, Jan. 8. Sunday be
ing the first Sunday in the New
Year, service.? were largely attended
all day.
A new schedule of service has
been adopted by the. Hope Bap
tist church at the morning service
preaching at 11:45 at the night ser
vice preaching at 7:45. If you want
to be benefited by the sermons come
on time. Rev. I A. Weaver and
family spent last week in Muskogee,
Okla., with his father.
The St. James A. M. E. churdh
had a series of entertainments in
the basement all of last week.
The trip across the continents
given by the B. Y. P. U. of New
Hope Thursday evening was enjoy
ed with much hilarity. The trip
ended with an indoor base ball game,
a double header was played the en
thusiasm was high. Each side was
successful in winnine nne of 'the
games. Dr. D. K. Wheeler returned
Tuesday from a short visit to Hous
ton and Crocuct, Texas, his home. .
Miss Ollle Lee Lane returned ''rl
day from Marshall, Texas, where
she has been 'visiting her father.
Mr. Jasper Flowers, the nephew of
Dr. D. O. Plnkston spent a few days
in Terrell, last week.
Mrs. V. M. Pinkston and children
are visiting Dr. and Mrs. Flowers
at Sulphur Springs.
Rev. J. O. Williams w: s here oun
dny and preached at the M. E.
church.
Dr. R. L. Williams of Chicago, 111.,
was in the city last week, the guest
of Mies O. J. Lane. Dr. Williams
left Monday evening for Chicago, over
the Sunshine special. He purposes
to take the dental examination in
the state of Wisconsin.
Mr. All man of St LotTTs, Mo., is
in the city. He plans to give a high
class movie nicture show Mondav
evening at New Hope church, and ,
Thursday evening at Bethlehem
church. ' f
r TROUPE.
Troupe, Texas, Jan. 8, 1919.
Card of Thanks.
We take this method of thanking
our friends and neighbors for kind
nesses rendered during .the illness
of our brother, Sam Jackson, who
departed this life Jan. 2. 1920. ., May
life"s choicest blessings be with each
of you. '
FANNIE JACKSON, Wife.
E. JACKSON, Prother.
DOSHIA WILSON. Sister.
HANNAH FLETCHER, Sister.
OLLIE STEAL, Daughter.
BEAULAH HALL. Daughter.
JIM JACKSON, Brother.
ELLA DANIEfS, Daughter.
JESSIE DANIELS,
FRANK HALL,
ELIZA JACKSON.
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WOMAN KILLED WHEN SOL
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Louisville, Ky., Jan. 8. Mrs. Lil
lian E. Lynch was shot and almost
Instantly killed, and Private Earl
Hager of the First Division probably
was fatally wounded, during a
fight bdtween .a Negro and soldier's,
on a train rear Camp Taylor.
After he had been reprimanded by
Boldicrs on the car for cursing in
tho presence of women passengers,
a Negro drew a revolver nnd shot
Private Hager. A fight ensued during
which the Negro jumped from the
car and ran three miles to Louisville,
closely pursued by a number of sol
diers Both sides exchanged shots.
As the Negro ran, Mrs. Lynch got
between him and his pursuers and
fell dead with a bullet through her
breast
Police arrested J. L. Hudson, on
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