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Fort Worth, Texas, Dec. 16, 1920.
Knowledge is proud that be has
learned so much.
Wisdom us humble that he knows
no more.
- 1 Cowper.
Judge Evans of Waco was in the
city on business last week.
ML Zion Baptist Church of which
j Rev. M. K. uurry is pastor, went
over me vop m me rany, JUec. 12.
Over 700 was raised.
.. See Mrs. L. B. Hughes before buy
lng your Amas goods. She has
line of Colored dolls, ladies and gents
handkerchiefs, ballons, cuff buttons,
tie clasps and soft collar pins Tern
pie Drug Store.
Airs. Jerome of Mineral Wells was
a pleasant visitor in ' the city last
week and stopped with her old friend,
Mrs. Gilbert . Haley of E. Annie
Read the Dallas Express. We sell
it at Temple Drug Store. .
It is said that the Negro business
' Interest in Chicago is being stirred
to great activity by the launching
of a new . business idea by one Mr.
J. L. Lane, promoter of the United
Working Men's Mercantile Company,
one of the leading and most wide
awake Colored business men in Chi
cago. Mr. Lane proposed the oper-
atlon of a. chain of stores, by mem'
bers of the race, that will extend
throughout the entire country. The
plan has already made a big hit and
there are abundant indications that
the Idea will be an established fact
'before many more months are passed.
If Fort Worth and Tarrant County
would form such a plan and, coper
ate with Mr .Lane, It would give em
ployment to many boys . and girls
wno are on uie streets inie. .
Broadway Rastus show appeared at
Chamber of Commerce. Dec. 13-14
A big crowd witnessed both perfor
mances and seemed much pleased
As a whole the singing was good
Miss Anita Wilklns, better known as
"Black .Pattl, ' was at her best Thin
Is their first trip South and we wish
for them much success.
Mrs. G. R. Owens of 1225 Josephine
street entertained with a dinner, a
few of the North Texas Annual Jon
fcrence friends. All expressed them
selves as well pleased with the menu
See Mrs. L. B. Hughes, Temple
Drug Store, for holiday goodB.
Its the Dallas Kxprcss, she has that
Mr. M. T. Blanton has returned
from a visit to his home In East
Texas and reports a very pleasant
North Side Happenings.
Fort Worth, Texas, Dec. 1C St
Paul Baptist worshipped in their new
church building Sunday. Each de
partment met on time. Supt. A.
Woods and pupils know how to en
tertain you in the lesson. Attendance
gooa. Many wno cad been away from
the school came out and enjoyed
the many good tbingt said.
11:30 o'clock, preaching hour, the
pastor came forward with a burning
message from Numbers 14:11, and
every one witnessed a happy time
in Zion ; after which Bro. G. S
Smlts, ex-Deacon and Deacon Wat-
kins took an offering amount $16.00
At 3 o'clock H. M. S. Sisters opened
fire on old satan with a cweet praise
scrvico and our heart was made to
rejoice; also Bro. Wheatfall andhis
faithful land of B. Y. P. U. workers
were In session at S p. m. St Paul
has awakened to her duty again
and all soem'to be on the front line
At 8 o'clock we engaged in a good
service, for all spoke as If they -were
moved by tho spirit, and an old time
ohout was manifested after which
one came forward and Joined the
church. Bro. Young and wife. Sister
Williams and Mcintosh' also worship
ped wih us. Offering for the day
185-28. Rev. W. M. McPhersonN lead
in pnd St. Paul following-. Deacons
S. and w. Bennett are out of town
on business. Stater Frcidraan ro-
, tcr.
W ! U Unnnn)Mi
Sunday, Dec. 4, Miss Drucilla John
son, one of Fort Worth's and Texas'
mose useful young women was laid
to rest
Mi 83 Johnson, the daughter of Prof.
M. J. Johnson, formerly of Fort
Worth I. and M. College and at pres
ent the principal of Houston College,
and the sister of Prof. L. M. John
son, principal of James E. Ouinn
School, had a short but brilliant ca
reer. She was a graduate of Bishop
College and had done post graduate
work at Chicago University. She
taught' in the public schools for a
while and afterwards was called to
the department o mathematics In
Eishop College, her Alma Mater. She
held this position at the time of her
death. .
As a teacher, she was thoroughly
proficient She leved her work and
she loved these with whom she la
bored." She loved- the beautiful and
at all times had a word of cheer and
comfort for tho.ie with whom she
came in contact- She was one of the
most loved of all the faculty of
Bishop Coi;ego
Miss Johnson fell ill during the
commencement season last May. SheH
went to Colorado, and finding the
altitude of this mountainous state
too great for her . weakened phys
ical condition, she came to San An
gtlo. Texas, where she made a brnve
but cheerful fight to regain her fail
in? health. She fought against the
odds and when she saw the end ap
proaching she met the solemn fact
with that philosophical companion
which characterizes the departure of
a staunch christian. 11
Early Thursday morning while the
day was yet young, her high born
kinsmnn came anr rore her out on the
boundless tides to the eternal shores.
The funeral was held from the Mt
Gllead Baptist Church, Telegrams
and resolutions were read from all
parts of tho state. iFloral tributes
wore sent from Bishop end Houston
Colleges as well as from the . diff
erent schools and many friends of
this city. '
Accompanying the flowers and res
olutions from Bishop College were
two farmer pupils of Miss Johnson,
Mi"" Ethel GrifTgs and Mr. J. L.
Kraft Among the visiting ministers
were: Drs. D. A. Scott. F. Rivers
Barnwell, O: C. Maxon, President of
Bishop College, W. O. Upshaw and
Prof. M. M. Rodsers. Interment was
made In tho Trinity Cemetery.
wish to express our heartfelt
thanks to our many friends for their
sympathy nd assistance rendered,
and the beautiful floral offerings sent
In this our great sorrow the loss of
our beloved daughter and sister.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Johnson, .
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Johnson,
Mr. and Mi. L. Johnson,
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Johnson,
Miss Fannie E. Johnson,
Mr. Robert Johnson.
Office Phone Res. Ilione
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Office Hours. 8 a. m. to 6:30 p. m.
Sunday by Appointment
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every one witnessed a happl time
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0th. SI, Frederick, Oklahoma,
Marshall, Texas, Dec. 16. Wiley
University Foot Ball team has Just
completed a most successful sched
ule. Beginning the season with a
game with the heavy eleven from
Arkansas Baptist College, of Little
Rock, Ark., she defeated the Arkansas
aggregation by the decisive score of
27-0. The next in order was an
Armistice Day game with Sam Hus
ton College U Austin, Texas, which
was plaved in Houston. Texas before
a record-breaking crowd. Again Wi
ley team triumphed. When the
whistle blew announcing the end of
the game the score was 27-0, favor
Wiley. The next and perhaps most
gruelling of the contests for the season-
was the Wlley-Prairle- View
match staged In Wiley Park. Prairie
View Is the State college and "alwayB
has a formidable team.
The exhibition was enjoyed and
favorably commented on .by- the many
spectators who witnessed It. Prairie
View played a fine game, but the
Wiley eleven seemed determined not
to te scored on, and the game ended
7-0 for Wiley.
The final game of the season was
a Thanksgiving Day game with Short
er College, Little Rock. Arkansas.
The Shorter team, of huge propor
tions and swift of foot, gave Wiley
a deal of trouble. Neither of tho
teams scored until the last Quarter
when, after a safety made by Wiley.
Quarter back Wester realizing that
Shorter's line was linpresnable. made
wo touch downs by the forward pass
route. The game ended, Wiley 16,
Phcrtcr 0. Wiley now boasts of a
team that has never been scored
Temple, Dec. 16. Mrs. A. B. Stone
and Mr. Taylor Pugh of Ardmore,
Okla.. were joined together In holy
wcqiock Sunday night at Eighth
Street Baptist Church. Pastor T. B
George officiated. Mrs. Jugh extends
her thanks to her many friends for
the presents they gave. They left
Sunday night for their home in Ard
more, Okla. Paul Downing returned
from Valley Mills last Sunday where
ho viBlted his mother. A. W. Down
ing, after visiting the bedside of his
brother, Paul Downing, returned to
his home in Valley Mills last week
Miss Corine Hendly of Lions, and
Mrs. Pearl Jackson of Cleburne are
visiting their relatives, Mr. and Mrs.
Jerry Moore of So. 11th Street Mrs.
Alice Hamilton, after being confined
to her bed from an operation ,1s
able to be up and doing nicely. A)
vln Taylor was called to Winchester
to the bedside of his father, who
sustained an injury from the fall of
a limb from a tree. Dr. J. M. Law-
sen of Bellvllle has moved to Temple.
His office is located between Wad's
Barber Shop and the LaBelle Cafe
on E. Avenue B. He is residing with
his mother in-law, and herhusband
nir. ana Airs. j. j. iituara or so.
17th street Dr. R. L. Holland, bead
of the Deaf, Dumb and Blind Insti
tute of Austin, accompanied by Tam-
ly, were welcome visitors .in Temple
last Saturday and Sunday.' Nick Ev
erett died at the home of his daugh
ter, 320 E. Avenue F, a few days ago
Chas. Kay died at the G. C. and S
F. hospital a few days a;,'o. While
rrepiu-lng to go to his work. Geo
R. Dotsoa fell dead at his home
at 603 E. Avenue D..' Funeral ser
vices were held from the family res
idence. Little LuCile McNeeso (baby)
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. McNeese
of 912 E. Avenue D, passed away
last week. Beatrice Warren, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Warren, Is re
ported very low sick. Mr. McCray
of So. 11th St., has been Blck for
nine or ten months and continues
to grow worse. He is now in a very
bad condition.
Wlohlla Falls, Dec. 16. Sunday was
another one of those bright sun
shiny days, and as a result good ser
vices were heraaled from all Quarters.
The officers and members of Ander
son Chapel A. M. E. Church are Ju
bilant over the arrival of their new
pastor, Rev. 2. D. Bonner of Dallas,
Texas. Mr. C. R. Smith of the new
addition, sustained a partial lost by
fire last Friday night to his tome
and its contents. Mr. Smith had
only a few days since received his
policy from the Western Mutual Fire
Insurance Company cf San Antonio,
with whom he was insured. Mr.
Smith avers that it pays to have
some kind of fire protection, and
that he knows of none better than
the Western Mutual. Mrs. W. O.
Flagg of 20!) Brick street returned
home last Wednesday from Fori
Worth, where she spent throe weeks
In the Ransom Sanitarium after
undergoing an operation. The man
agement of the Dallas Express is ask
ed please to announce that Bhe is im
proving, and that indications point
to her recovery, and trust the time
Isn't far. Mr. and Mrs. Willie non-
inn are here to snend the Holidays
with their mother, Mrs. Jessie Benton-
O. Saunders, the Express reporter.
and our populRr Western Mutual Fire
Insurance writer, was called to Hllls
boro last Wednesday on account of
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Author of At Go cdVQ id D-iwae V
The Jitney bus is a contrivance for
making a perfect democracy out of
the autonio'uile.
Ten years ago only millionaires
rodo in automobiles. Five years ago
only 'the prosperous or the foolish
could afford them. But today the
scrub lady holds up three fingers at
the street corner and steps Into a
lonneau as carelessly as If she had
a stable full of touring cars at homo.
The jitney bus. is an automobile
thicii is trying to earn a decent liv
ing. It is also an Illustration of the
marvels of science. Ten years ago
it took a four figure income to keep
an automobile out of tho repair Bhop.
Today the brave your.3 son pats hla
ruined father on the back and says,.
"Cheer up, dad. All is not lost ba
cause you were defeated for alder
man." Then he takes the family
auto out and supports the home by
hauling passengers at five cents a
Tha Jitney bus also illustrates the
power of words. It was impossible to
mike money hauling people in an au
tomobile for five cents until some
word could be found to popularise
the Job. Suddenly the worn "Jitney"
was discovered in a pitiable condi
tion du9 to lack of employment. Jm
meilately ten thousand automobile
were equipped with tho naw worij
and the public passed up a dozen
strsct cars aplsca to dlsmver whit
n ManW thing v.-as Jilt.
TI10 jitney bus nourishes racr.'
hero the street car pr?si:lent 1
proudest and . haughtiest and tha
street ca.- company is soggiest as f
capitalization. Up to the last yaar
the American citizen who dldu't Ilk?
to hang by a strap with a fsl'.o-.v
citizen on his fest and another in his
thorax could walk and tell his trou
4 ' -
Rev. R. S. JENKINS, D. D., LL. D., .
The New Presiding Elder of the Dallas District, A M. E. Conference.
After serving eight years as pastor
of Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church,
Fort Worth, Texas, and under the
prosperous and progressive adminis
tration, the new ediflcfe was erected.
At the conference, the said Rev.
R. S. Jenkins was appointed the pre
siding elder of the Dallas District
and now announces dntes for the
first round of Quarterly Conference.
St Paul, Dallas, Rev. J. L. John
son pastor, Dec. 18-19; White Rock,
k. jt. v., JJaiias, Rev. S. O. Glasgow,
pastor, Dec 25-26, Smith Chapel,
Dallas, Rev. L. O. Coleman, pastor.
Jan. 1-2, 1921; Bethel, Dallas, Rev.
J. H. Smith, D. D., pastor, Jan. 8-9;
st James, Dallas, Rev. C. W. Abing
ton, D. D., pastor. Jan. 15-16; Wesley
Chapel, Fort Worth, Rev. W H. Dur
den, pastor, Jan. 22-23; Allen Chapel,
Fort Worth, Rev. H. S. Sims, D. D.,
pastor, Jan. 29-30; Lee Chapel, Dallas,
Rev. J. H. Bush, pastor, Feb. 5-6;
Gaines Chapel, Rev. A. J. Williams,
pastor, Feb. 12-13; West I-emon Ave.,
Rev. J. E. Garth, pastor. Feb. 19-20;
St Jaernes, Cowansville, Rev. J. Cor
ner, pastor, Feb. 26-27; Bear Creek
and Arlington, Rev. E. Manego, pas
tor, March 5-6; Dal worth, Rev. G.
w. Brown, pastor. March 12-13:
Garth Chapel, Lincoln Manor, Dallas,
L. D. Carodine, pastor, March. 19-20;
Carrolton and Grapevine, Rev. H.
Baker, pastor, March 26-27; Hickory,
an accident to his step-father. We
are advised to announce that the
Colored people of Wichita Falls are
soon to have a first class Theatre
owned, controlled and operated by
Colored men. The names of these
gentlemen will appear in the next
issue of this paper, also ether an
nouncements they wish to make.
Watch for their big ad which will
appear Just after the Holidays. The
beautiful Blue Bird dinner set given
away last Thursday night by the
St John Baptist Church was won hy
Mrs. Carter on Park Avenue. Mr.
A K. Leonard, President of the West
ern Mutual Fire Insurance Co., of
San Antonio, vwas in the city
his week on business. He spoke
very complimentary of the amount of
business his company had received
from Wichita Falls.
Dr. J. W. Bailey. Supt of the De
partment of Evangelism, N. B. C.
s In tho city. He has been attend
ing the white State Executive Board
blch convened In the city this week.
bles lo tha ash man. Today he stops
a jit, hops in, gels home In half the
time ami regards the street car with
a cold independent grin.
This Is a very serious thing lot the
street cars. We are not going to see
so much calm content hereafter in
the street car. magnate who ridos
Wu.,,',iolii.y ju$: iic!c v.uh a dinner
Ml: '
hijme each, night in his automobile.
Wo -':! '.)! ntore likely to see him
8tandlr.?t on a down town corner bal
lyhoofa? for trade with a dinner bell
nnd calling attention to tho fact that
ench street car priasctisar Eots g
"hance on a fine set' of di'hes to be
tlvcn away on Saturday afternoon.
Just about the t!mo anyone gits
too almighty Imperial in th's country
some little thing like the jitney bus
comes along and reduces his assessed
valuation about fll.000,000. Orfaf is
American ingenuity! 205
Rev. J. V. Edkins, pastor, April 2-3;
Sanger, Rev. M. P., Larapbcrt, pastor,
at will; Garland, Rev. J. W. Willis,
pastor, at will; Caruth, at will;
Musquite, at will;
Rev. W. W. Cowan. Conference
Evangelist; Rev. J. W. B. Joshua,
Conference Evangelist; Mrs. Ida B.
Jefferson, Conference Evangelist;' H.
D. Winn, Missionary A. C. E. League:
W. D. Donifer, President A. C. E.
League; Mrs. C. W. Ablngton, Con
, fcrence President of the Woman's
Missionary Society; Mrs. J. L. John
son, Dlutrlct President Woman's Mis
sionary Society: Mrs. M. E. Moore,
'Conference . Woman's Missionary
-Worker; Mrs. Lonle Davis, Conference
Missionary Society Worker. Any of
the above dates for the quarterly
conference can be changed at the re
quest of the pastor.
I Wishing all success with the com-
1 pllments of the season. Pastor and
j District Workers Council at Bethel
;A M. E. Church, corner of Leonard
and Cochran at Dallas, Texas, Jan
i uary 20, 1921, at 11 a. m. Sermon
at night by Rev. H. S. Sims. D. D.
All the departments of each church
Mvlll send a representative to the
Council one day only. Address the
Presiding Elder, 2804 Flora Street,
Phone Haokel 2913, Dallas, Texas
or P. O. Box 75, Fort Worth. Texas.
He obtained from them a donation
of J1000 to the work of Evangelism
of the N. B. C. or the U. S. A While
In the city he will hold his first Na
tional Evangelistic Conference In the
Macedonia Baptist Church. Some of
the best speakers and preachers in
America, Colored and white are on
program. The conference opens Wed
nesday night and closes Monday
night. .
Wednesday night Dr .Bailey will
preach. Thursday night Dr. T. V.
Ncal (white) . will preach. Fridaj
2. p. . m. Evangelistic Conference:
Friday ni?ht. Dr. ' 8- W. Kendrick
(Al-.lte) will preach ;Snnday 9:30 a.
m. Evangelism in Sunday School;
Sunday 11:30 a. m. sermon, Dr. Wil
son; Sunday 3:30 p. m. "Buptls
World Outlook." Dr. J. B. Gainbrell,
(whitoi President S. B. C; Sunday
8:20 Evangtlltic Sermon. Dr. Bailny;
Address while and Colored Unions,
10 to 12 a. m; Address M. N. S
3 p. m.. Dr. Bailey; Monday night,
B. Y. P. U.. Address, T C. Gardner
-h!te), state B Y. P. U. Director;
Closing sermon, Dr. K. C. Itouth,
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Any person that will
use a 25c box will b
convinced. N matter
what . haa failed te
grow your hair Just
trial and be convlncd
Send 25c for full alic
box. If ypn wish tt
be agent send $100
and we will send yej
a full supply that you
can begin wori wb
It at on.-e: t'
agnt's terms. 3-ad
all money oy njoi, :
order ro
THIJ ST. It K.in
fjRowiTi! M.r.
Mr. Mary McLeod Bethune, principal
of the Daytona Induttiinl Inntltute of
Florida and one or the lcadln? dele
pnteit. "but we ak tlhijit tne thrmtrht
of the white women and Cofoi.-d
women may be toward cIohit working
together and that eome day, soon
a It is feasible, we Colored won-n
may have representation on both i,u
tlonal and field buarda of tha Asso
ciation" The riotlonal Board of the Y. V.'. f.
A., atarted work amonK Colored r'rli
13 years ko and now haa a at-ifi i f
ten trained Colored workera nt ,,v, i
qoartera In N. V. Cltv and 9 in
ferent cltlea of the H. -tn r- .1
tera for Colored work, lo.
membership la 7(,!2U.
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