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f 7 Vith GORGEOUS I i FAIR j TEXAS I TOWNS Culvert, Dec. 16. News reached the city Monday of the death of Mr. Ear - nest Douglass, son of Mr, Fulton Dorians, at Elolse Sunday. It is said he was drinking and tried to make Rev. Hodge dance. The Rev erend drawing hla automatic, shot film six limes. Earnest was reared l'l this city but moved to Eloise a few years ago to farm. He leaves a wife, several brothers, and a father to sur vive him. lie way laid to rest in the Calvert Cemetery, Tuesday evening:. Mrs. Josephine Mitchell. Mrs. Sallie Bryant aud Mr. Wm.' Gentry are ill this week. Mrs. Maligna Hayden is adding a new gallery to her home. Mrs. Lucinda Standi of West Dally i fa here at the bedside of her mother, Mrs. Sal lie Bryant. The Carnival, which was a complete success left Sunday night, after spending a week, It was operated in the Interest of I St. Paul M. E. Church we learn. Miss I E. P. Hunter and sister, Miss Emma I Elackshear spent; Saturday In the city shopping. Rev. Dunn, the new pastor at St. James A. M. E. Church was" at his post Sunday. Rev. 8. A. Taylor and daughter, Mrs. Maxwell of Hammoud spent Sunday at home. Mrs. Taylor is a teacher at Thornton, while Mrs. Maxwell is asst. at Ham mond. Rev. S. N.Harvey and M. S. Rob erts left for M- E. Conference at Vlc . toria. Mrs. B. G. Hum'jer of Marlln and Mr. Dennis Glaus si High Hank spent Sunday in the city. Prof. Tony pent all of last week in Kosse. Mr. Willie Wiley of Mexla spent Saturday and Sunday in Calvert looking after business. He left Sunday for home. Mr. Sam Perry of Macedonia Com munity spent Saturday and Sunday here. We learn that Prof. Love of Hammond Is 'very eick and not ex pected to live. The family has the rympathy of the Express reporter. Dr. A. A. McDonald was called Sim day to Maytleld, 20 milss, and made the trip in a few minutest in his Ford linliej v!l!t anil June Prairie. As Supt. J. E. Williams and fam ily motored to Rosebud Sunday to visit Mrs. M. L. Hopkins ,tholr niece, the assistant Supt. G. J. Lee con ducted Sunday School which was fine. Mrs, Elolso Washington and Miss Rodcssa Williams accompanied Supt. Williams and family. Misses M. Bunn and Emma Baker returned from Hearne after upending two weeks with their grand parents. Mins Bunn was missed very much as she is organist for the Junior choir. Miss V. Bunn is convalescing. Old Bro. Wash Dirks is still ill. The ol- -orcd Curnival has been weil attended by the people of Bnlleyville nnd Jones Prairie. Mrs. McDonald loft Friday for Mnrlin to visit her sLster. Mrs. Julia Yarbo. Whomever the Express falls to come the readers compalin th!t thry are lonesome. Let the Ex press coino. I'liisiiusin, Dec. 1G. Corsicuna cit izens enjoyed a very plea.sant day untiay. Tue weather was so moder ate tiiut one would 'have- thought it a real spring day. The N. A. A. C P. held muss meeting at the First Independent Baptist Church of which Kev. A. L. Moore is pastor. The principal subject discussed was, "Wht we 'can do to encourage edu cation in our town. The speakers who so ably discussed this important subject waa led by Prof. G- W. Jack sou, followed by Rev. A. L. Moore, Prof. C. R. BoHwcli, Rev. U Morgan, liev. Waters, who is Sixth Avenue Baptist Church pastor, and Mr. Geo. Johnson. Eveiy one present enjoyed the remarks by ti se able men and ail were benetliled. The lasting tUou;,lit that was left with the hear ers aud co-orkers, is to do more and t;tik loss. First Independent Baptist Church memlers were in hih spirit Sunday, having been benefitted by a splendid sermon delivered by the ' y.inlor. The A, M. E. Church of this city is still waiting on the confer ence to send them a pastor. The Navarro -County Colored Institute f ( nvencs in this city Dec. 20-2-Hb. Prof. J. K. McGriff, conductor. Hon Art hie -V. Jones, lawyer of Tulsa, C'Svla., former member Republican Luiu Committee, now Associate At torney in c;,ses of Colcred men ac cuse.! of roiiiiig in Elaine, Arkansas, ie:i.'ri! a i;!o:-:u;;e to the citizens of Cort.iciir.a. Thursday night. Dei:. , I''t, nt 8:00 p. in., at First Inde-l ;.':!' ii-i! t ii.iptiKt Church. J n rl ;. o Jones r ( '( ; u nt. convincing and logical. i" is a real mrwi.Lvr wjtli a real i:;- :u,e. Lr. E. I.. Williams attend i d da- Kcyi'l Arch of the .Mncons . I'ort Worth, last week, lie ro i ;.!!! a f j i it-ii ; id meetii;;;. r.ir. R. : , il.ar::' l..m ju'-l minim led a beau- :l i : - e m E. Sixth Ave. at his (.!. ;ir. Kors ho ii'sides on I". ;: -".i Ave., has Li'i-n nick. Mrs. ! . ! . ;! ! ";). (nil is nu U. Mil. ) loyt ) ! ; ri-'.-r:-J to t;.e I'. and 40 PEOPLE -40 COLISEUM DALLAS, MONDAY The Bluest Brightest (LL IRYIN C. f llLLER and a A Joy Ride From Georgia PARK S. Hospital on account of relapse. Her condition is considered grave. Mrs. H. O- Thornton Is on the sick lint. Mrs. Bbrdie Hodspeth has been sick. Mrs. Addle Todd and Mrs. Ida Scurry are sick. Mrs. Ella Carter, who is one of the kind of good race women to always encourage her peo ple has completed a non comon course. ' The machinery that goes with her course arrived last week and' this lady went to the Express oillco for same. There Bhe found the Express office officials really amazed and puzzled about It as they did hot know what the article was, ?.ud Mrs. Carter was just the smart lady to toll them all about it; so we learn thot the other fellow does not know it all. We are certainly glad to know that we have such smart women In our race, not only In the race some where, but right in Ccrsicana. This lady wm let you know about ber completed course later. Just a hint she will be mak ing spreads, lace curtains, pillow eases, etc., before We know It. For Ccrsicana news read the Dallas Ex press which will be found at 329 East 2nd Ave., and Peoples' Drug Store. Read the Express and lets make our Texas paper grow. ( Outer, Dec. 16. The funeral of Mrs. Mary Brown was largely at tended Tuesday. Mrs. Brown appear ed very lively " when she left her home Saturday, Dec. 4th, to visit her sister, Mrs. Sue Fields, out on the north side of town. Saturday niKlit and Sunday Bhe enjoyed her self with relatives and friends, Sun day, night she became 111 and died suddenly. She' was burled Tuesday evening, Dec. 7th, from Morning Star Eaptist Church, of which sjo was an a;;ed member, with Mosiac honors; Rev. : Jas. Brown 'offloiating. Mrs. 'Brown Cleaves' two sons two daughters. Mrs. Amy McCain died at her home Tuesday evcnlre Dec. 7th It is believed that her death as the result of a stroke of paralysis. Await ing the arrival of relatives from va rious places the burial was not until Friday evening, Dec. 10th, by 'Rev. Jas. Brown. Mrs. McCain was a member of the C. M. E. Church and had been for a number of years. She was also a member of the M. T. of A., the N, B. S. and the Golden Chain of .The World. She leaves a husband and 8 or 9 children. Mr. Dan Blount waa badly burned by falling in the tire at b'- home, Tues day night, Dec. 7th. Mr. Tom Hop kins Is sick. Miss Charlcie Alexander nd Mr. B. J. Hopkins were quietly married last Tuesday nii'ht. Save a dime for the Express at Hicks' store Saturday. 4'lelmme, Dec. 16 -Rev. Murphy of Austin preached Sunday at Shiloh Bapttist Church. Mrs. Mary Jones re ceived a message from San Antonio that .Mr. Chas. Robertson, an old citizen of Cleburne died Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Sweeney have return ed from Oklahoma, Mrs. Emma Heard has returned from Wills Point and Edgewood. Rev- Graham of Brenham held an educational r.illv at Shiloh Baptist Church with much ' success. Mrs. Saphron'- Norwood of Watumka, Okla., who has been vis-1 Iting her brother and sister-in-law, I Mr.nnd .Mrs. Claudia Kelly has re-1 turned home. Mr. Marshall of Dal-1 liis In visiting his family this week. I Mios Pearlle McNaace Is very sick .it her home. Misses L. T. Phillips and H. M. Frame will give a recital Friday niubt at Rev. Curry's church at Fort Worth to a full house. Mra. Ola Carlton, who has been visiting her cousin, Mrs. Pearl Tolbert of Dallas, has returned home. Rev. A. W. Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. George Gates attended the annual confer ence at Rockdale last week. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gatewood have moved to their new home on E. Rabb St. Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas visited their brother at Valley Mills last Sunday. Mr. Lewis Johnson Is vis iting his aunts at Lowell, Arizona. Rev. J. , W. Hawking is bringing things to pass at the Baptist Church His sermons are uplifting and full of the hoiyg host There Will be a Chrlhtmas tree at the Baptist church Christmas-eve nk'hf. Mr. Floyd Geo had the pleasure of riding the K. of P's. goat last Tuesday night. Mrs. I-. J. Mnsely has returned from Hub bard City. Rev. J. Wj Hawkins lec tured to the Home Mission Society sisters last Monday evening; re freshments were served. A glorious time-was had. Mrs. Bennle Griggs Ballard of Wellington, Kans., is vis Itln? her mother. Mrs. Willie GrigKs. Rev. Bell presiding elder of the C. i M. E. Church held his Quarterly con-! ference Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. R. B. Barnes have returned from Memphis, Teun., where they visited relatives. Mm. J. W. Hawkins is visiting rel atives at Dallas. Rev. and Mrs. A. W. Edwards are building a five room lurmalo. Mesduines Annie Foiter c'oy. Annie Tyler spent a few rinys in Dallas last week. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Oriom have added a bn'h rioin and sleeping porch to their rcHrienre and o'lier Improvements. Mofilapies Alice Chnnnev and Brad l!nw and Mi us Ethel Ijiwr Rre on t)10 ."iik l:;t The Mutual Eoucfit Ravi THE DATXA8 and Best Colored Musical wonderful cast, including the Great Comedian, B1G Host Capable Array of Stars Ever to Broadway, Ralph Brown's Jazz Tickets on Sale Sunday, Mrs. Sarah Clark $10 last week. Mrs. A. D. Key, O. W. C of the Courts of Caiantheanns lectured to the Courts last Wednesday. Her lec ture was enjoyed by all. Ell Burns String Band was organized, Dec. 11, 1920, by O. C. Pitts, who is president; W. M. Taylor, secretary, A. R. Bag bie, treasurer. Denton. Dec. 16. Mrs- Martha Mays received a ' check for $250 as last payment from Odd Fellows from the death of ber nephew, Harry Crawford. . Judge Betts was In the city Saturday. News should be left at 618 Terry street for the Express. The agent will' be glad to send it in. , . ' Jacksonville, Dec. 16. Services were good and well attended Sun day at the C. M. E- church. We were favored wfth the presence of Prof. J. H. Stewart and .C. F. Benson, who spoke to a large crowd Saturday night Mrs. Polkie Price of Tyler enroute to Lone Star, visited her sister, Mrs. Mollie Fuller. Mr. Abe Clemons kill ed a hog weighing 378 pounds at Jl months old and got 9 gallons of lard from same. Rev. Wm. Gardner ot Crockett passel through Jacksonville enroute to Cuney to look after mat ters of the C. M. E. Church. Jim McGee Is agent for the Dallas Ex press. - It will be found at his Barber Shop every Saturday. league, Dec. 16 Sunday School was well attended Sunday at all churches. Rev. Alexander preached for his people in South Town. Rev. J. D. Dunbar and others preached In North Town Sunday night. The T. B. C. met last Saturday night, Prof. W. W. Williams presiding with hia full corp and a large attendance. Sir R. J. Brewer and wife visited Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Johnson Sunday. They found Mrs. Johnson doing, fine. Dr; C. H. U Moore Is getting alon? fine with his ' sanitarium building. The store of Mr. J- B. King was burgalarized Saturday night and about $20 or more taken. No trace has been made. This is eight times Mr. King says that his place of bus iness has been burglarized. The Bap tist church in South Town is in a week's service, conducted by the pas tor and otlier D. D's. Prof. E. J. Kirvln reports that he- is getting along fine in the schoil work. If you want to keep up you must not sleep with both your eyes closed, but keep one of them on the Express. You can always get It from the agent, R. J. Brewer; Ire will also take your subscription on the R. R. by the year, six months of three months. Kli-e, Dec. 16. Mr. Lucky Ashton of Waco is visiting relatives this week. Mr. C Watklns of Standfort and Miss L. V. Mead were happily married at the home of the bride at 3 p. nt. Sunday evening and left at once for their home in Standford. Rev. W. H. E. Bass performed the ceremony. Mrs. Adlaide Robinson who has been working In Ennis spent Sunday at home. Mrs. Beulah Pu Bose Is flick. Mr. Willie Clifton, who has teen sick for some time left today lor Arkansas.' "Mrs. Lizzie Treadway has returned from West Texas. All who ore expecting to comn"rioc reading the Express had bettii, set ready nndj subscribe in the next few days for I wont handle single copies much longer. Subscribe! this week. Mr. A. E. West has re turned from Humble J Milford, Dec. 16. Sunday School Well attended at all churches. Rev. A. J. Mathews filled his pulpit at 11:00 o'clock and preached a noble sermon. Rev. N. A. Harris of C. T. C. preached a Bplendid sermon for Rev. MathewB Sacrament at night. Rev, J. P. Lynn, pastor of St James A. M. E. Church, preached a soul stlring Bermon to a crowded house. Mrs. A. L. Johnson, District Missi onary of the Home Mission Society, visited the rity. Mr. Eddie Lee Rob-1 Inson of Waxahachle was guest of MiBR Jewel Wright. Mr. Lonza Wil liams and a host of friends of Wax ahachle were "nests of the Misses demons. Mr. and Mrs- Rcscoe Car ter have purcbasel a home and is remodeling it Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sandles left the city for Oklahoma. Mrs. (Dr.) Moore of Hillsboro was in the city. Miss Willie Mae Edwards went to Hillsboro. Mrs. Mary Sims is sk k. Lufkln, Dee. 16. Mra. Locket Stew ard, teacher at Kcltys, Texas, made a surprising visit to the Lufkin High School Friday, Dec. 10, accompanied with her students. There was an afternoon hall game played between the two schools scores 7 to 8 In favor of the Keltys school. It hac been predicted by the Lufkin school thfit a Xmaa tree re 'vrn Dec. 24th followed by a program. Dec. . 25th. The Womnnless Wedding given by Mrs. Elvala Johnson of Galveston, some time ago was enjoyed by a!) present. Marriage: Mr. J. A. Bunks li Miks Charlie Howard. Those present: Misses -Zanle Kimmons Laliey Tonfe, stress Stella Hooper nnd Bertha Colenmn. Rev. D. M. Sales offlelated. Mrs. Mary K On returned to her home et Kolthville. !.., after several day?, stnv with her daughter, Mrs. Riley Rliods. Mr. EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, 8 A Tilt AND TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20TH AND Comedy on the Road, Boys, Creations in Melody, Dance. December 19th, at McMillan's Cafe Frank Coleman is a subscriber for the Express. Miss Lizzie Myers of Bucks, Texas, Is now a reader of the paper. Mra. M. O. Love of Kennard, is in the city. Mrs. Ida Smith has returned to her home at Trinity, al ter several days tay with her daugh ter, Mrs. Carrie Doggett Rev. li Al. Sales left for his work at Fordice and Falrvlow, Saturday. Rev. W. T. Keagor left for his church at Gal veston last week. Words from Mrs. Carrie Doggett:"My trip to Houston was indeed fine, and the pleasure of my stay was highly "enjoyed; now 1 am home again and very busy see ing after my poultry yard." Madams S. D. Swaggerty and Roxie Pell, made a trip to Leggett and Houston a few days ago. Church Notes: The First Quarterly Comereuce of Long's Chapel C, M. E. Church for the ensuing year was ucld Dec. 6th by Rev. W. Q. Hunter, P. E. At 11 a. m. Rev. D. S. Smith preached an able sermon. At :3:3U p. m., JRev. W. Q. Hunter held his conference, reported $37.60 In which was a round report for the quarter. At 7:30 p. m. Dr. Hunter preached a soul stirring sermon to a full house; two converts were connecter, to the church. The good people of the First Baptist church had a suc cessful basket supper Saturday night There being no -services at the va rious churches Sunday all of the churches participated with the C. M. E. Church. Kev. R. B. Martin filled the stand both day and nteht. Not only the people of Long's Chapel, but the good people of the various churches in the city are pleased to have this God sent man as P. C. of the C. M. E. church In Lufkin. Rev. R. B. Martin of Shrevennrt, La. said to our young people of the city, "Please stay away from the barrel house and hop-joints on Sunday af ternoon and attend the .Young Peo ples Progressive League, and read the Express and keep up with the time.'' S. W. Booker, agent and re porter. Cuney, Dec. 16. Sunday School and B. Y. P. U. were both well attended. Rev. B. N. Brown was In the city this week. Hon. H. L. Price visited Palestine this week. Prof. A. J. Jessie spent ' the week-end - with parents. Hon. H. L. Price, Prof. J. L. Ham ilton, Miss S. L. Collinst Miss S. M. Bragg, Miss Ira and Gladys Peace, Mr. S. O. Cross, Mr. Will Edd and Sam Cross all visited Jacksonville. Mr. Gyp Howard of Palestine was here this week. Mrs. Rachel Clay returned home after-speeding some time in Fort Worth. Mr. B. F. Blaine has returned. For the Express see J. F. Price, agent. Gm nvllle, Dev. 16. All the church es of the city had good services Sun day. Rev. Haywood Robertson preach ed at New Hope Baptist church Sun day. Mra. Meady Dillingham's broth er, Elmer Reveals, is visiting' her. Mrs. Henry Dean of Mineola, Texas, stopped between trains with her cousin, Mr. Rafe Tave, enroute to Cofflville, Kans. Rev. S. Stephens married Mrs. Martha ' Thomas of Cooper Sunday. Rev. J. A.' Tyler of Dallas is the pastor of the C. M. E. Church. The Ros3 High School foot-ball squad would , like to play one more game before the season closes. . Mrs. Sllla Wilson died ta urday. You will find the Dallas Ex press at Mr. I. B. Brooks' store on E. Hill, Theodore McDonald, agent. Forney, Dec. 16. Sunday School was well attended at all the church es. Service was good at Little Flock Baptist Church. Rev. Mitchell preach ed Sunday morning. Rev. W. L. Callahan preached Sunday night. Mr. Elmer Boyd and Miss Katie May Jackson were married In Kauf man, Saturday Dee. 11. Mr. Wallace Boyd and Miss Arletha Eaton were married Sunday night in Little Flock Baptist Church, Rev. Mitchell offici ating. See Mose Drane for the Ex press. Marlln, Dec. 16. God smiled on us today by letting us have a beau tiful Sunday. The people turned out in great crowds to hear the words of the Lord, and the various pastors did their part in Kingdom building. Dr. Bailey of the A. M. E. church preached a wonderful sermon against the Holy Rollers. Ho bandied them very roughly and said fight on until God says enough done. Mrs. M. H. C. Brown of San Antonio reinstated the Heroines of Jericho with twenty members. Mrs. Bettie Olney on Falls street Is sick listed. Airs. Anna Mc Donald of Jones Prairie is visiting her sister, Mrs. F. M. Yarborough, and brother, Mr. Steve Pettie. Mad ams Scipio Gibson and l ucile Wash ington left for Waco on 'a visit. We are glad to state that Miss Minnie Moore is up again. Mrs. Cult Denson died and was laid to rest under au spices of the Eastern Star. Mr Moron Miles also lost his daughter, who had been mindless for some time. The American Woodmen will give an entertainent on the 24th. Don't ml.is t. Suth Marlln Baptist will have a rally next ' Sunday. The Marlln First Baptist Church will have their eorned-Btone laying Sunday. The Masons will ofilciate. Mr. Guy Wil I DAT, DECEMBER IS, 1020. Direct from 14 Weeks Capacity Run in Chicago 11 M 5 Enimett Anthony and a NEW Seen In One Show Comedy, Eight Temptation Girls. A and Hooper's Drug Store. liams' niece died in Fort Worth; will be shipped here for Interment Mrs. Adliue Johnson, her aunt will accom pany the body enroute here. , Itasca, December 16. After a long silence, we decided to appear on the dcene again. Sunday School at the ttetniehem Baptist Church is still on the Bring line. Supt. Winn is certainly pusuing things to the trout i-r. Fioya, our National Cor. Sec.y. of the Ministers Relief Fund, being with us reviewed the lesson, rouipi ly at 11:30, pastor Burton iutrouueed Dr. Floyd. Dr. iFloyd took for his subject "The Evil ' Majority." We diso enjoyed the discourse. At 2 o'clock pastor Burton, his choir and a num ber of his congregation motored to virand View to be with Dr. Williams and loyal workers. Kev. Burton preached the entering sermon for the new church and candidly speaking, the Reverend tried himself. The Bethlehem Choir rendered choice selections, all of which was enjoyed by all. Dr. Floyd preached to a crowded house Sunday night. Col lection $38.00. Preparations are be ing made by both Sunday schools for Xmaa. Rev. Scott, pastor of the Bethel A. M. E- church left for the annual conference Monday. Bro. S. L. Shaw left Friday. Mrs. Key, G. W. C, of the Courts of Calanthe, made her annual visit here Saturday night and left for Waco Sunday morn ing. Mr. Briscoe Reed has purchased a lot In the north section and he and Mrs. Reed are now In their new home. Mr. Bridgewater purchased on the west side, and is busily engaged trying to get things In shape for the madam and children. Mrs. Burton and the children are still In Gaines ville.' Quite a number of hogs Were slain last week. Both the High School and Kindergarten school are doing nicely. Mr. Gus Brown, who has been sick for quite a while Is able to be up, to the delight ot his family and friends. Mart, Dec. 16. Sunday Sochol was well attended at all the : churches. Rev. Lucas of Waco was a. welcome visitor. We had a message delivered to us from a native of Africa last eek at Rock Creek. ' Collection $23.58. The old Masonic Hall has been remodled and painted. .Tacksboro, Dec. 16. Sunday School was well attended. Mrs. Delia Coas ley of Dallas Is here on business and visiting her sister, Mrs. John Hayes. Mrs. Hayes and Mrs. Cossley were the guest of -Mrs. Hembra Sunday. Wells Sunday. Mrs. Iva Haynes and Mr. Will Hudson are here from Piano. Mr. Ous Paton left Monday for his home In Carrolton, Texas. Marshall, Dec. 16. Mrs. Willis Wall, a highly respected lady of our city died at ber home after a long illness. She wa a member of Eber nezer K E. Church from which her funeral was attended. She leaves a husband and a host of friends to mourn her lost. Mr. Harry Phillips died at his home on West Wills St., after several years Illness. Rev. Whitly was sent back to Uides Chap el C. M. E. Church. Rev. Fifer was returned to Ward's Chapel A. M. E. Church. Mr. Ed Howard lies very low at his home on South Border street Do not forget the old Ex pressman. Rev. Abraham Young woa able to be in town after a three weeks Illness. Father Win. Neal is on the sick list. V Cooper, Doc. 16 Sunday was punctuality day. Every body was on time. New books were ordered for the New Year. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Walker a fine boy. Mrs. N. Roseman has returned home- from Ladonia. One of the prettiest weddings that has ever been solemnized in Cooper was that of Mrs. Martha Thompson and Rev. S. Stephens of Greenville. Mary Martin and Rosie Jones are on the sick list. - Tyler, Dec. 16. Sunday School was well attended at First Baptist church, Preaching at 11 a. m. by our pastor, Dr. A. T. Stewart. Mr. J. C. Long was out of town Sunday. Mrs. Cora Pierce of Jacksonville was in the city Sunday. Mrs. Beatrice Perry and other teachers were In this week. Dr. W. F. Warren Is back from Mar shall. Son Blair is visiting his uncle In Houston. Mr. Jim Terry has com pleted a nice cottage on W. Claud street Prof. N. C. Branham of Pitts burgh, Pa., is at home for . a few days visiting relatives. St John Episcopal Church, Rev. John B. Boyce viscar pastor. 10 a m. .Sunday nchcoi; 11 a- m. morning prayer. Wichita Falls. Dec. 16. At a re cent meeting of the Ladles Progress-! Los Angeles, Cal., Dec, 18. Claude ive club held with Mrs. H. J.. Pointer M. McCain, 33, on Thursday evening as hostess, the club after Its usual confessed the murder of his wife on routine ot business, disnenscd with last Ttierday evening and Is looked the art period to be entertained by : up in the County Jail enarged with thn State President of Texas iFcder-! murder. atlon, of Colored Women's Clubs. Contrary to the story published in The hostess served a palatable six ! the evening paper, there was a strrr" o'clock dinner to twenty ladles. Rev. i sv.Hi-inn of fnul plav 1n the death J. L. Johnson, after establishing a 'of Mrs. McCa'n. even before MrCfln'p record unnreeedent in the history of confession. The dnugbter of Mrs. Wichita Fs'ls, Texas, as pastor of MrOn'n, Miss "T.uofle Taylor, wns Anderson Chapel A. M. K. Church 'msklntr Investigations of tho toll four successful years has been ta-tale marks which were all around Honed at t. Paul Church, Dallas, and about the klllng. She was de- dozen other well known Artists. ' SPECTACULAR 40 PEOPLE- 40 Beauty Chorus ot tigliteen FAIR PARK DECEMBER 20TH AND 21ST Rov. E. D. Bonner succeeded Rev. Johnson. ....Gainesville, Dec. 16. Mr. Dave Moss and Mr .Prince Gipson, who have been working in Ardinore, Okla.. were in the city Sunday. Mrs. L. N. King and Little Junior returned to their home in Wichita Falls Saturday. Rev. Smith of St James C. M. E Church preached Sunday, Dec. 12. Rev. N. H. Milton of Dodd City came In Saturday to take un his charge at Bethel A. M. E. Church of this city. Kev. G. W. Brown, pastor oi A. M. E. Church left Sunday, Dec. 12. for Fort Worth thence to Italy., where he wll pastor the coming year. , . ' Terrell, Dec. 16. Sunday services We"e good at all churches. Mrs. , '7 Shadowen is still on the sick Mrs. C. L, Wesley Is reported jetter at this - writing. The Greater ' Invincible Concert exhibition at the City Hall was well attended. Egypt, Dec. 16- Services were well attended. Kev. Drake was here and preached a wonderful sermon. Col lection during the day waa $11.25. Mrs. Samuel and Mrs. Wyatt visited Mrs. Amanda Floyd. Mrs. Anderson Fields Is reported better at this writ ing. Mr. R.. D. Hill was here Sat urday. Garland, Dec. 16. Sunday School was well attended Sunday. Mr .and Mrs. Allen Fayett, after a long ab sence, was In Garland Saturday. Mrs. Alice Ross is visiting In Wilmer. Mrs. M. Overstreet visited Rockwall Saturday and Sunday. A correction: It was Rev. W. B. Bond who has moved to Rowlett and not Rev. Boyd. Mr. Will Hamilton was here Satur day selling cotton. Mr. W. H. Dal ton made a flying trip to Dallas on business. r OKLAHOMA TOW'JfS. La ton, Doc. 16. Lawton and Fort Sill welcome ' former president Wil liam Howard Taft. Several hundred civilians of Lawton and soldiers from Fort Sill greeted htm upon his arrival here at 1 o'clock, p. m. A military salute . of twenty-one guns was fired as the distinguished vhitor alighted from the train. Rev Boone of the A. M. E. Church announces a baby rally the third Sunday. Come out and bring the babies. The rally at Bethlehem Church will be con tinued until the first Sunday in Jan. 1921. Mr. Anthony Tippler and Miss Baby Cook were united in marriage lflSt WPPk Rex Owrna w at Ma best Sunday. Ho ask the members and friends to come out the first Sunday in Jan and bring a rock and lay on the rostrum. Rev. Boone rreached at Bethlehem Church at 3 o'clock. Sunday school and B. Y. U. as largely attended. Rev. Worraly preached at 11 o'clock at the Galilee Baptist Church. Rev. E. D. Parker wns at his post and preached at night services. r JftAlttter, Dec. 16. Mrs. Mason, an old resident of the city, died this week and was buried from A. M. E. Church and under the auspices of the Daughters and - S. M. T. She leaves many children and friends to mourn her loss. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson, a ten pound boy. Mother and baby doing fine. Grand Master DeLancy made his annual visit to the U. B. F. Misses "Willie and Ror.a McGowan of Tulsa spenl the weed-eud with their sister, Mrs P. Jackson. The Basket Ball team under the supervision of Miss G. Payne Is doing nicely and the game Friday was a success. The District Board met at Mt. Triumph this week. Rev. W. R. Jackson, pastor. ,- Okmntgee, Dec. 16. Mr. Ashley an old . and respected, citizen died Saturday. Miss M. .Cox died from the effects of a pistol wound Wednes day Jack Mann, fired the fatal shot. Prof. Hill of the faculty ot Clearvlew K Baptist College, and Hosea Stegall, a student of the college, were in our j cjty last Saturday. Prof. J. W. Craig 'of Holdenvtlle was here the woek-enc on business. Messrs. Bud and Ed. Cox of Wetumka were here on bus iness Saturday. Mrs. Hannah An derson an aged and respected clt bed died Wednesay. Services at C. ' M. E. Church Sunday were interest ing as usual. The Epworth League and Sunday School were well attend ed. ' (HOKE8 WIFE TO DEATH. Con soU nee Stricken, tne Unsnspected Slayer Seeks Officer and Tells The Horrible Slory of the Crime. 21ST i manding to know how the blood came to be on ber step-father's night dress and when the undertakers came she vehemently protested their taking the body away until the corouor had come. The family physician, Dr. M. C. Cooley, had been banded a letter pre vious to tho killing stating tout Mc Cain would kill his wile and himself on the very day of the kluna. The daughter remained at homo all day on account of threats which her step-father had mane against her mother. On this particular evening Mra. McCain went to a picture show and on reluming called her daughter who was at the gate, to come in and go to bed, in about 15 minutes time she was gain called, this time by her step-father' who declared her mother was choking; when the girl reached her side she discovered her mother was dead, but did not fall to notice finger prints on' her neck and blood stains on her step father's shirt She asked him for an explanation and ho said that her mother was hitting him in the back to awaken hlin from his sleep and as he turned over struck herself in. the mouth and collapsed. He called up the undertakers, when they came the girl protested remov ing the body to no avail. At the un dertakers' an examination was made end tho doctors (we have not learn- , ed who) declared that her death was not due to violence but to heart failure; It Bcems that a guilty conscience drovo McCain to confess bis guilt and awift Justice will no doubt be meted out to him for his dastardly crime. 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