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THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, APRIL 17, 1020.
f V Some SFewns fn JFexas. Y T SEGULV CALYERT Scguln, Texas, April 15. The Gaudalupe College Base Ball Club has scored a, great victory and now the banners of Crimson and Grey are floating proudly over the con quered, sons of Samuel Huston Col lege, scores 6-1. The game closed at the seventh Inning on account of the lateness of the hour, Dr. and Mrs. C. I. Aiken are mak ing South West Texas ring with the melodious voices of tho ladic? Clef Club. Miss E. P. Washington, who was a forerunner of this club left nothing undone In opening the way for the singing and also making good for her class. We will have to got busy if the rest of us Intend to even get our names on the bul etin board on that final . night of the "Great Gaudalupe College's Edu cational Drive." The students are looking forward to Prof.. Norwards class day picnic on our beautiful River where Ash ing, boating, swimming and other nmuscmcnts will be enjoyed. We are proud that the natural resources of our Campus rival those of most of the South's natural parks. On last Sunday morning, Col. BrackonrMgei in his magnificent Packard limou sine, accompanied by his nurse and two other friends called by to see us and to look over the well that haa been drilled for more than 2400 feet He brought to us that same sunshine that ho usually carries for v.s and left us feeling greatly uplifted. We are always glad to have him come. On Monday April 5th Gaudalupe College and . citizens were greatly blessed to be able to sit and listen to that silver tonguo orator, Hon, Wiru B. Harrison of Chicago. He was motored over frojn San Antonio by tho Pres. of tho Board, Dr. G. F. C. Curry. All neighloring friends will be benefited If they will come out to the eolleg to bear him. ' A. B. NORWOOD, Reporter. TAYLOR Taylor, Texas, April 15. Mrs. Lcona Webb and little Ethel left for llearne upon getting the sad news of tho death' of Mrs. Webb's Bister. Mrs. Artelia Hughes visited her brother at Marlin last Saturday, Mr. Cleveland Murphy is taking a long sojourn to the "Alamo City" for a rest Mr. Tom Hughes return ed from a western visit and reports having a fine time. Rev. Daniel Calhoun, the guest of his uncle, Mr. W. C. Calhoun preached at ML Aria Baptist church enroute to Austin to assist In a revival. Mrs. Bessie Berry and sister Myrtle bar returned from Houston. Mr. E. I Hathaway left . Sunday to work In Temple in the Interest of the "Modern Amer ican," as Held agent Mrs. H. J. Rector and and little Harry left for Marlin Sunday to visit friends. Mr. end Mrs. Ed Hooks has returned from San Antonio. Mrs. Mary Lath an has returned home from Houston Mr. anI Mrs. Roy Dale have returned from Fort Worth , accompanied by . her mother, Mrs. Marshle Prlca Mrs. Fannie Clark has returned from lUtlsboro. Mrs. Ann Dlllard and daughter, Mrs. Rose Gilton are at home again from north Texas. Mr. Viola ) Hodges Is visiting In Fort Worth. A revival is now in progress at Mt Carman Baptist church with the pastor. Rev. L. W. Mackey in charge. Mr. W. u Williams of Mar shall District agent director of Standard Life Insurance Co., was here with Mr. J. E. Record, local asent, and left for Rockdale, Texas, The teachers and students of the Public school went to Bastrop, Fri day to the Tri-county Meet' 'of Travis, Williamson and Bastrop and had a very enjoyable outing and captured some of the honors of the Meet. Mr. Otho Moore had a pain ful accident to his finger while catching in a spirited game of ball, Saturday between R. R. Shop men , and the "Red Ant. Club." Shop, men being successful. Mr. Grant Lewis lost his fine milch cow last week. Easter programs at all the churches were grand. The S. S. Rally at Mt Aria was a grand success. The Little Card class winning the prl.se by raising more money than nil the other classes together, being led by Mrs. A. J. Moore, their toacher. Pay as you go and then you won't owe, for Willie Cotton is the collector and has instructions from tho Ed itor. He is serving the old customers and getting many new ones every week. Encourage him by buying of him. Give your news to him on his rounds. Calvert, Texas, April 15. On Eas ter Sunday Calvert had one of the sadest days of the year. The Odd Follows of Calvert and Franklin were united and buried one of the oldest Odd Fellows in this vicinity in 'the person of Mr. Sam C. Clement who joined the order in 1873. and later Joined Franklin lodge. Bro. P. R. Terrell discussed him as an Odd Fellow, Bro. Bill Batts, as a citizen and Bro. John W. Walton as church member, Bro. J. A. Brown as a father and husband. Rev. P. R Humber opened the service. Rev, Lott and Harvey conducted the fun eral service. Many children grand children and great grand-children attended the funeral. Bro. S. C. Clement was 108 or more years old, Rev. P. R. Terrell, W. D. Smith S. W. Potts, J. A. Bruce and Mrs. Bob Jackson of Franklin were in the city attending the funeral of Mr. S. C. Clement Mr. Wm. Batts of Hammond atended the Clement funaral. Miss E. P. Hunter spent Sunday in Navasota with home folks. She was back at her post Monday. Rev. Booker was at East Calvert Chappel Hill Sunday at 11 o'clock and at Hearne at 3 and 8 o clock p. m. Rev. Booker is the P. E. of Palestine M. E. District. Miss J. M E. Griggs of Hearne High School spent Sunday in the city the guest of her sister, Mrs. Johnv Edwards. Mr. M. Moseley of near Rosebud spent Saturday in tho city the guest of Rev. D. Wcstbrooks. Prof. J. R. Singleton of Bremond spent Monday in the city visiting Prof. A. H. Mima. Rev. S. N. Harvey Made a flying trip to Bremond Mon day night on church business. Rev Mooney of Marlin is In the city this week preaching at St Paul M. E, church. News from the Church of God: Rev. W. B. Luster of Waxah achie and Rev. J. H. Wright of Okla home City just closed a successful meeting at the' Church of God of this city. Rev. W. B. Luster is wonderful church history and Bible doctrine and has opened the eyes of many people on History and Bible facts. The Rev. Wright will preach on Fourth Sunday at the Church of God. Mr. W. J. Baker is reporter for the church. P0CATELL0 Pocatello, Idaho, April 15. Rev. Douglass of Missula. Mont, arrived in our city Tuesday morning and preacnea an amo sermon for us on Wedesday night to a small audi ence on account of weather condi tions. Rev. Douglass while here was the guest of Rev. and Mrs. M. C. White and was royally entertained. He left for Bosle, Ida., Thursday morning April 1. Mrs. James Hol land departed this week for her home In Denver, Colo, after visiting her daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and Mr? J. H. Pearson. Mrs. Sarah Peters returned to Seattle, Wash., this week after a pleasant visit with her son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rhodes, 345 N. 5th Avenue. The dclit of the A. M. E. church has been lifted. Mrs. George N. Pearson, 630 N. 6th Avenue, one. of the moet es teemed Colored residents of Poca tello, who is a Catholic by denomi nation, baa always been a worker for her race. She took upon herself to solicit funds for this church and raised 1250.00; J100.00 cleared the debt and 150.00 was deposited to ward building funds for tho church. The church members and friends nil wish to thank her and bid her God speed. A few prominent boys of this city are organizing a Jaz Band. All IVoIs Day and a Sheet and Pillow Slip Festival which will be given at tho church for the benefit of send ing a delegate to the Quarterly Con ference, which convenes at Butte. Mont, April 28th. Mr. Bird Eye of 215 N. 3rd Is out again after being conljned to his home with small pox. Krma Patton did pt back from Hun inirton. and she didn't walk either. Thin paper will be delivered risht to your door every week for 23 cents per month money in advance. C. C. Vaunsr, Keporw, Garrett Grove Rev. H. L. Taylor's anniversary1 be gan Thursday night., the 25th of March and closed on Sunday the 28th Collection for the time $103.91. We had a high day all of Sunday. Rev. J. W. Hoyt preached Rev. Taylor's anniversary. The church was crowd ed all day to hear Rev. Taylor, who knows how to deliver tho goods. Mr. Leroy Taylor left Wednesday for Lubbrock in west Texas. We wish him success. Rev. Wm. Walton and daughter, Mrs. K. Terrell spent Mon day In Calvert They returned to Branchvllle Monday . evening. Rev. P. Terrell and party of three auto mobile were in Calvert Friday night enroute to school closing at Chapel Hill community east of Calvert. Rev. C. L. Humber and wife, Mrs. B. G. Humber were in the city Thurs day on business. Rev. Humber just closed school and is now on the field! looking arter the Lords sheep of the fold. Rev. M. L. Covington vis ited Milam County Friday. Miss Livingston of Port Sullivan is the guest of Rev. Mack Nelson and fam ily. Mrs. Cleo C. (Mims) Smith, the reporter s mother spent the week-end with her husband, Mr. Eugene Smith. The Odd Follows and Ruths of Cal vert had a big meeting Wednesday night arranging for Thanksgiving. Next meeting at Bethel on April Hth, 1920. Mr. John Hampton of Ferris is in the city to attend the funeral of Mrs. Hampton's father, Mr. S. C. Clement Rev. J, A. Bruce was over Sunday. He says that Franklin will have an Odd Fellow sermon in May. The reporter, Miss 0. Smith Is in bed sick. Her Utile sister, Jewell is pushing the Express this week. Mr. Lorenza Hammond of Fort Worth was in the city Sunday, the guest of his brothers, Messrs. U. S. and Author Hammond. Mr. Hammond is U. S. Meat Inspector for Ai-mor and Company. Mr. A. B. Stephenson and Mrs. Ethel Lewis of Fort Worth and Palmer were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Ham mond Wednesday. Mr. M. . L. Ham- mon, Eugeno Hammond and Walter Lane spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Hammond. We are glad to report to the many friends of Little U. S. Hammond, Jr., that he Is much improved after a hard fight with the flu. Mr. E. R. Maxwell is back from, Honey Grove where he spent the winter with the Compress Company. BalJoyvUle, 3Tt Zlon, Pleasant Grove, Sunday school was fine Sunday, Rev. C. H. Judie, filled the pulpit Sunday evening we were back at B. Y. P. U. services, conducted by Mr. Ezekiel Foster. After a hard singing contest, Little Hester Wil Ham's group came out victorious. and Miss Mamie Burn's group won in the financial contest Then space was given for the Four . minutes speakers on the Five Million Dollar Campaign. Miss Gertrude Rogers had quite a nice program at the close of her school. Music furnished by Mrs. F. A. Williams, reporter. Miss Willie and Dora Graves were at home with their parents and were pleasant guests of the above men tioned exercise. Miss Ijenora Mc Daniel is visiting her cousin, J. W. Whiteside, Jr., of Cameron this week. Miss Mamie Burns is -spending a few days with Uie reporter. All are O. K. for the Easter Catata. Prof. DeHha is on the sick list this week, and also Rev. F. M. Rogers. Mrs. Georgia Holloway of Calvert is at the bedside of Rev. Rogers, Jier brother. The citizens of Mt Zioa, 1 Pleasant Grove and Cross Roads are ask to meet on the 4th instant at the New church to organize a K. of P. Lodge. Prof. Mima will be present and offer a low rate. Schools are closing fast only five more in som places. Mr. Jim Smith was In Calvert on business Saturday. He brought us 40 papers. We mean to place them In every home in our community. Mr. L. Gil more upent a few hours in Calvert Thursday. We expect to have a big day on Odd Fellows Thanksgiving day. iist----!rsi tttesO c jirrn j.vp?v&-. j: ' iVERY -woman czr heve smooth, velvety oliln end luxuriant, silky lvair the OC "., ' A O charr.t of benuty thct directs. ft ' i CV O . DR.FRCD PALMER'S SKSNWKITENER b a v'.U.c, vc'vo'.y crm that softens, c'.-cs l5 ' k end hrl-.tcno tho thin, hhcuhl l-s i red f.-cc!y end v.i.h.ci:! tlluiu-.r ccr.r.ct i.nju-e ths r.xof. t'.eli- ft :J caie chin. Especially nxcomcntVa f-r tl.c r. rrcn vho 1-3 c tiara or.d ecllow c-n- zx.on n 4 f DR. FRED PALMER'S HAU DRCESZT. rcmovso dsncruiT. promotes life ami liealth to the scalp and makes tho xir scft, liacurlar.t rr.d tilhy. ) 1 ) ( I A Dr. Fred Pclncr'x C'dit Whitencr Ssap an3 Face fPl " I', J fl Fouxfcr cUo ccJ rr.vch to tho leautj) of tho tkln R ? f y ' ; At Hour dni;'j:fj(', 2c tach. cr tin? pa:pa:tl upon receipt r prick', and i cent war tax. I 17' JACOBS' PHARMACY CO.. ATLANTA. GA. J I (Dr. l'red Paisipr's Skin X'7hi:cnrr Laboratory.) ;'J W 1 1 1 1 rf WL J MMMM ui f. urn) i STOt'KARB Stockard, Texas, April 15. Sunday school was M its best The Easter egg hunt, was an enjoyable one; also the program was excellont. Quite a number of visitors were present Pastor Hunter delivered two sermons. The pastor brought with him Mrs. Huter and baby. Quite a number from here witnessed the Heroines sermon preached by Rev. N. B, Brown at Kemp last Sunday. Mr, John Shciner and Mrs. Martha Jones Smith were .qultly married March 27th. Hr. Frank Andrews and Miss Linnie Basher married last Saturday night at the home of the bride. Misses Dixon and Holmes visited Miss Richardson Sunday. Mr. Her man Dixon of Big' Rock visited Miss M. A. Brookins Sunday. Revs. Dorsey and Hunter dined with Deacon Shot- ner Sunday. Mrs. Brookins and Dor sey made a business trip to Athens Saturday. The school groups that were made by Mr. Wesley were re ceived on yesterday and every one is - well pleased. Save a nickel for the Express. N .HUBUABD PALESTINE Palestine, Texas, April 15. Mrs. Butler, mother of Mr. El3e Butler died, last Thursday. Funeral Sun day at West Union. Baptist church. Mr. Magee Thompson was quietly married last Thursday night to Miss Nellie Young. The Camp meeting of the Saints closed last Sunday night Mr. McMillan and Mr. J..F. Hunter both have bought new cars. Send your news to the New Eary Drug Store so 1 can get it by Saturday of each week. For the Express call at Hunter's barber shop and get a supply or see A. Taylor. Mr. Ben Crawford was a little indisposed last week. SAN ArGrsnm San Augustine Texas, Apr. 15. The Sunday school which was organize! at the Paradise High School March 21, by Prof. McKinley Jones, has proven to be A Number One. Prof. Jones will speak at San Augustine Colored School Friday night; subject, "How we may Induce th Young Men and Women to Aim at Something..' We are expecting every one to be present. He is proving himself to be a useful man, who in a few years we shall be proud of him. Miss Hattle Barnes spent a delightful day with her sister. Hubbard, Texas, April 15. Sundaj school at Lovely Hope Baptist church was poorly attended on account of the cold weather. The M. E. church rendered a very nice Easter program. Mrs. M. L. Wright carried her Sunday school class out for an Easter egg hunt Sunday evening. They reported a jolly time. Mrs. M. R. Russell has returned to Haskell to resume her work. The revival that ,was carried on at Lovely Hope Baptist church by Rev. Harrison of Ennis, closed last Thursday night , with a grand success. Dr. Cramer, Dr. Web ster, Dr. Fridia. Dr. Mitchell, Dr. Sorrell, Dr. Vandiville, Dr. Clemmons, Prof. Furlough and Mr. Dennis Ma lone of Waco motored to Hubbarl Sunday evening the guest of Dr. J. A. Russell who is still confined to bed. You will find the Express at Master H. L. Goodson's. Only 5 cents va copy. N- TYLER also a night; the pastor. Rev. H. C. Alexander being a little ill. i Dr.. Knox will be with us April 12th-18. T XcKLNXET McKlnney, Texas, April 15. The Easter program at the Second Bap tist church rendered by the children was very good. Out of town guests, H. HardenETAO SHRDLCMFW YN Mrs. Bowens and Mrs. Mitchell. Dr. E. H. Harden is doing some good work with flu cases. Mr. Odis Tira mons of Dallas visited his mother Sunday. Mrs. Susie Walker, and Mr. S. F. Basson, the Colored insurance agent are speading in McKinney. PLANO Piano, Texas, April 15. We had a lovely program at the Baptist church Sunday morning and In the after noon the Methodist had their pro gram and rally. They raised 11.85. We had with us a young man in the person of Mr. Robertson, a soldier and a fine young man. He said Tyler. Txas. April 15. Call for some good things. There was a fire the-Dallas Express at the ePoples ' In the city Saturday night. Drug Store every Saturday. Mr. BAPTISTS ADOPT RESOLU TIONS ON DRIVE (Continued from page 1). Jesse McClelland of Liberty spent Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wylie Dennis. Mr. Harry Ballard and Tonle Johnson has the contract of repair ing all the rent houses bought by Mr. J. B. Parker of the Cain estate on Live Oak and Front streets. Prof. Wm. Roberts has closed school, un fortunately he has' had Influenza every Blnce. Mrs. Mary Love Thomp son, after a few days illness Is able to ' fill her place at Peoples Drug Store. Mr. and Mrs. Felix Belcher have purchased a new home on Live Oak and Hickory streets. Miss Fan ny McFadden, one of Smith County teachers is teaching in New Iberia, Lo. Mrs. Elisabeth Tucker has clos ed school and will Join her husband in business. See Louise Jordan and Fay Rose for Dallas Express every Saturday. Please hand these little girls your news notes on Saturday as they must be reported to the press on Monday. Mrs. M. E. Wal ton and Mrs.- M. P. Mosely- are teaching their classes at True Vine Baptist church since the school bouse was burned. Mr. Will Ran dolph has purchased a new home on Gaston and Claude avenues. Mr. Wylle Dennis has purchased the Donaldson home on Live Oak Ave. Mrs. Laura Kitrell is visiting in Dal las. Services were well attended at the First Baptist church with Dr. A. T. Stewart pastor. Dr. Lennard preached Sunday at 11 o'clock aci little ill. II. C. Alexanderlm.theCn VUjOT poixt. Pilot Point, Texas, April 15. Our little city has been fortunate of late in having some very distinguished Race men to address our people in'tricta. from now 'until the close of the various lines. Rev. W. L. Smith of : campaign. the churches of the entire denomina tion, during the Five Years millions of souls. We realize the greatness of this program, and humble ourselves at the H.m SnHUiJ, Mftater- to be taught o? Him and HU ervants. how to put It or. that no mistake be made on our We pledge ournelves to completely eliminate all selfUhness In the mat tor, and to work unreservedly relv- God'sCOwSrdt0l5r 0 th prlnc'PIe ot We appreciate beyond measure the h?Jl!erKt.tJe...Stewtrd8hlp Conference, being held throughout the state, and the lectures and literature tendered by our white Baptist General Con vention of the state, who have pledged their complete co-operation In the putting- over of this Five Million Program in Texan. On returning to our homes, we pledge to see to it. that not a family in our churches are without our de nominational paper, the Herald: for this will bring to them weekly, the desired Information so much neces sary in the achievement of the task. We pledge ourselves to organize our churches, and all churches that have not yet been organized, immediately upon our return to our respective homes, reporting the same to the Dis trict and State Organizer. We will see that four minute speakers are appointed, whose duty it -will be to traverse the districts, speaking In the churches through nut the districts, throughout the dis- McKinney preached, the K. of P. annual sermon Sunday which was postponed from the 2fUh of March. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Williams have returned from Artesia Wells. Miss Logan is visiting the Stone family. Rev. Louis Skinner of Dallas preach ed two excellent sermons at County line Sunday. Mrs. R. H. Burr and Mrs. Crocken of Denton spent Sun day here. Mr. Chalmus Adams of Gainesville spent Sunday with wife and baby. Sick listed: Mr. Herod Dugan and Miss Laura, White. Miss Bertha Rice Is visiting her sister in Dallas, Mrs. Darkens. Miss Viola Bowens has returned homo from her school. GREENVILLE Greenville, Texas, April 15. Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Bell arrived from Louisiana on the 7th of April to visit his father and mother. Mr. Dock Chism of Denison is visiting mother. Services were good at all the churches Sunday. Rev. E. S. Moore was at his post and preached an excellent sermon to his people. That we will be a one In Christ Jesus In the executions of the Gen eral Baptist State , Convention: General Bowen, Mt Olive. South west Central St. Paul. New Home Lincoln, South Texas, Central and Mt. Zlon. Committee: H. It. Johnson. Chair man: Rev. O. W. Williams, Rev. W. E. Smith, Rev. J. J. James, Rev. P. H. Hinton. Rev. C. C. Reed. Rev. B. W. Whitfield Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Gor don, Mrs. Mayo. Rev. F. H. Cook, secretary. PROFESSIONALS. CLASSIFIED "ADS." Wood ft Edwards Stetoon nats, ladles hats cleaned and reblocked. Wood ft Edwards Hat Factory. 421 South Amurillo, Texas. The Scott Cafe offers visitors and strangers the best place to eat. Leading place In Amarillo, for first-class eatables and courteous treatment. 116 Harrison street Walter Scott, Prop. 2-21-8t GREAT SECRETS. 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