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TUB PAIXAS KaTKESS, PALMS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1. 1 02 1.
I ,,k.iS-..a"''.fc..iiK, i 'if inr m IT TP II r 2 r -il i II II V kU aU, MM Si '.1 1 ft MKN'8 FALL SUITS Vl it MM m $27.50 II 1 I 6) if I" TERMS TO SUIT It's easy to buy clothes at Hoyle A Rarjck's. We'll gladly trust you. Select the clothes you want for yourself and family and tell the salesman to charge It. No Inconvenience. No red tape. Strictly confidential. $1.50 OPENS AN ACCOUNT We will arrange the terms of payment to suit your convenience Pay as you get paid. You'll scarcely miss the money. I.AJ.IIW FAM, SUITS flOODFOU Choice patterns and fine mater- tills. Well made In newest fall pl.DU stylos, some trimmed In beads, Th COupon will be ac. embroidery, etc. All slr.oa. copted the same as cash 1 5 0.00 values, at " Dart Payment on any purchase of $15.00 or $29.50 and up MOYLE & RARICK CLOTHING COMPANY 1810 ELM STEEET L Uk fcVw,. 1 i ll M' li mimmiromimiiiwsnifirasitw ieuiiimiMMUiuwmiutiuiiauuum.iwuiuuii A SHOE COMBINATION Carefully tailored, of good, wear resisting materials, fancy patterns and pin stripes. All sizes, syllsh and conservative models. $35. 00 values special at present- Among our visitors were: Prof. N. P. Williamson, Rev. E. W. D. Koss and others of Dallas; Mrs. O. P. Hood and Mrs. Paige of Grand I'rairie- At 3:30 p. m. Rev. O. P. Hood fed us from G.xl'g word, and at 8:30 at night, RbV. G. P. Hood took on wings as It was last and and bore us to a throne of grace. The financial rally closed Monday night from two weeks work, planned by Rev. O. P Hooq, In which $102.15 was raised. and all debts paid. The membership that remained was called together some two weeks ago k Dav TIrmA .1 n.n.n! A 4 1, Jji'l iauxllaries of the church. This leaves ik' i Itbo church in srood nheer for Elm Grove Association Board ready to pay all back dues and In full fel lowship and obedience to our Mod erator, Rev. McPherson and vice, Rev. M. Willis We will call us a shepherd at once to sound the sig nal along the Muster's highway from earth to glory. We tahnk our many friends for their visits and kindness and hope they will ever continue to help us. We also extend a cordial invltatlou to all to come and wornhlp with us at the Mt Hebron M. B. C, corner of Main and Walton stecst. You are welcome. We need you. and may Ond Inspire you to come every Sunday- Yours In IHs name, D. BAKER. Chm. fWcon, Board. JAMES MATTHEWS. Cloik. Dr. D. W. D. SHIELDS, Reporter. CALL HASKEL AND FIND THAT THE PEOPLES D RU is prepared to fill your eyery drug need. CORNER HALL ST. AND CENTRAL AVENUE, T. H. SMITH, Proprietor, Free Delivery to any part of the City. STORE I uimiop cake v steaks in LON-ful business men of Washing' i "ON. I stood high in the medical profession; i he was president of the National (By A. N. I'.) ' TJnnoflf tnniniiM frt nt this cltV London. En., Bept. 22. Speaking I j ..! mnn In. Methodist i . - - --- ST- JAMKS . i. E. TEMTLE NOTES. YOU Can't Beat. I r 1 "CRADDOCK SHOES For Men and Women." Red Riding Hood Shoes for Boys and Girls, represent Fashion's latest decree in styles, superb In fit ting qualities, a revelation in comfort, with extra wear built In and at a price so reason able that you will wonder how we do it They are here in Browns and Blacks all leathers ready for your inspection. $5.50 Shoes. Price $3.50 $6.50 Shoes, Price SI. 50 $7.50 Shoes, Frice $5.00 WE'VE 1'OIXH DALLAS' MKA.VE.ST MAY. Mean men are often found but :o long as their attentions are directed towards those of their own axe und Ilk who ore able to protect them selves, we pass thenr by as being unfortunate. But when the meanness of men 'Sidney Pittman was also present and leuds them to prey upon children charmed the audience with two In and defenseless, .they become men- strumentul selections, aces, loathful things whose company we are making our notes quite decent men should shun- i brief to give space for the outlines sucn a man was nc who lust Sut- Tbe church was blessed with a good day Sunday. The Sunday school was good. It was review day but the Interest was high, in the morning on the subject of the "Victory that Overcomes the World." The pastor delivered the message The collection was good. The choir was in fine trim. The rally efforts of the church are pushing ahead. The clubs meet for consultation and planning every Thursday night and for reports after class each Monday night. General King's Division continues to lead. A very successful hay ride was given by the Idles of Gen. McGee's division- It was a success from every point of view. The choir gave a concert consist ing of musical numbers only, at the Brooklyn Avenue Methodist church (white) last Friday night. The pas tor and congregation waB well pleas ed. It Is to give another program at the M. E. church in Manger Ad dition next Friday night. Mrs. W. uflnir, me ecumenical juemoaisi -.oniernce wnicn is now in session at J.eailcr. illahop Carey of Chicago made a strong plea in behalf of the American Negroes last Friday. Till' 10 FREEDOM Is True Freedom but to break Kellers for our own dear sake. And, with leathern hearts, forget That we owe mankind a debt? No! True freedom, Is to share All the chnlns our brothers wear, And with heart and hand to ba Earnest to make others free. They are "slaves who fear to speak For the fallen and the weak; They, are salves who will not choose Hatred, scoffing and abuse. Rather than In silence shrink From the truth they needs must think; They are slaves who dare not be In the right with two or three. (Selected) lose that promised In this Psalms? Is life worth living for? The song "Saviour like a shepherd lead us is applicable to this Psalms. 9. It Is a clarion call to the i Christian forces finally. "What is the Bible the world is reading? Your dally life and mine what are the sermonB the world is heeding? Your daily life and mine what are the creeds the world Is need ing? True lives yours and mine. 1 MRS. PEARL WEBSTER INJURED. 11 S.0HG17EAE 000T SHOP 910 EUl STREET. ! llwiwffltntmiiMimmimtmwmmii urday stopped one of the newsboys selling Uie Express, and upon l-iiir-chnnlng a paper accepted, change for a French coin of no value In Amer ica, boarded a car and smiled at bin "sharpness." He took away in his pocket all of that young lail's earn ings and considered it a joke. We consider It meanness of the vilest sort. Such a man has no soul, no honor. He Is Indeed a mean one. Mrs. Pea,rl Webster. 1012 Boll street, sustained painful injuries Thursday morning, Sept. 2!, when run down by a Western Union Mes senger on a bicycle as she alighted from a Fair Park street car at St. Paul and Commerce streets. Her in juries are being treated by Dr. C. U Morgan. DALLAS YOUNGER SKI IXIULGK I A MUSICAL EVENING. The most enjoyable dance of the season was given Friday night September 23rd at the Green Far. rot dance hall. Many of the Dal las younger set were present an en. Joyed the full mcasurr of an even ing of pleasure. Mr. Thomas Orman, Jr., had charge of the affair and no pains were spared in making - the event one to be long remembered. After tripping the light fantas tic toe, the guests were recipients of a palatable menu on which many good things of the frozen variety were Indulged to the full delight of all present. Music for the affair was brilliant. At a wee hour the guests departed for their homes singing "meet me tonight In Dreamland." ttAMONG CHURCHES F mm 9 I F J of a lay sermon on the 23rd Psalm dellveredby Secretary E. I Gordon, of the State Y- M. C. A. Worw. We made the request that he give us a brief outline with the belief that the message will be helpful to those who read it. Mr. S. W. J. Iiowery will be home for Sunday. The congregation of St. James Templo welcome home this son of which she is justly proud. Ho Is a real friend to humanity. Interpretation of the 23nl , Flsiilms. 1st. verse The xtA Is my Shep herd; I shaall not want- Vessehsion This Is the essential mark of a true Christian. It makes all the difference In the world when "This edGUu S, PU NIOAT ESHR one can say concerning anything, "This Is mine." You can pass a magnificent building with Indiffer ence but when you pome to your j own, however' humble it Is, great in terest is manifested because you can say this is mine. Truly he Is rich indeed who can Bay Jehovah im my Shepherd. II Position He maketh luo to lie down in green pastures, He. leadcth me beside the still waters. Here we find the spirit of, appreciation with peaceful rest. A hungry sheep will not be down in the pasture. This poslton indicates a satisfied, rest ful, peaceful spirit. This is the dis t'URUlshing murk of a true Chris-. Man. When we are hungry, we can be fed by the food that Jehovah provides. III. Promise He restoreth my Mrs. Sallle Taylor, 614 Hill Ave., is in Waco on business. MYSTERY FINALLY SOLVED AS HOW PROMINENT PHYSICIAN WAS MURDERED LAST YEAR. Alfonzo Fiye, Arrested on Charge oi Robbery Has Suspected, and Alter Investigation Confessed to the Crime. terns! organizations. He was con sidered one of the wealthiest colored men in the United States. At the time of his death lis two daughters lived with him. He maintained his office In his home at 1739 Hleventh St, N- W. , . CQKX85Bfff33BSBI3E9t CITIZENS TRUST COMPANY CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $500,000,000 The First of Its Size and the First of Its Kind This Bank will be formerly opened at 176 Auburn Avenue, Atlanta, Ga., 16th, 1921, at 9 o'clock a. m. A helper to the Farmer, Business-man, Home-builder and all others, who desire to save their earnings or contribute to the general uplift. Four per cent interest on Savings De posits and Five per cent on Time Certificates. MAKE A DEPOSIT ON THE OPENING DAY Be present In person if you can, but If not send your deposit by mall. Bankings by mail a Specialty. OUR SLOGAN Every Man, Woman, and Child a Depositor. Make This Bank Your Pank. Departments COMMERCIAL BANKING, TRUST SAVINGS, MORTGAGE LOANS, SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES. CITIZENS TRUST COMPANY, 176 Auburn Avenue, Atlanta, Georgia. 8.27-tf Washington, D. C, Sept. 29. Much Interest was created by the announce ment that the alleged murderer of Dr. Robt. W. Brown hab been apprehend ed. The announcement was made by the police Department and was the result of investigations made by two Colored detectives, Jones and Jackson- The man accused of this crime is James Alfonzo Frye of 2220 Sixth Street, N. W. Suspicion was cast on Frye by the authorities it was stated, after they had received an annoymous tip tell ing them to question Frye, about the Brown murder. Frye was in Jail awaiting trial with William N. Bowie, on a charge of highway ribbcry and other crimes alleged to have been committeed - by them. Dr. Brown was mysteriously mur dered on Saturday night, November 28, 1920. At the time of the mur der, no clue was left by which the authorities could trace the guilty party; and no clue could be found to show the mottive of the crime. Many rumors were afloat as to the possible cause of this crime. Numbers of people were shudowed and sus pects questioned, but no definite clue could be obtained. Fry's Confession. In his confession Frye is alleged to have stated that, on the night of the murder he went to Dr. Brown's office twice and found the dostor out On these two occasions, a woman an swered the door- He stated that he again returned about nine o'clock and was admitted by a man who lsou;,He leadeth me In the paths of wore glasses. On this visit the doc- BET1IEL A. JI. R. CHURCH NOTES. The Big Drive for tho building fund Is progressing grandly. Prof. J. W. Rice, Sepcial Treasurer, turned ovr to Dr. A. H. Dyson, Treasurer, $30(3.08, collections for Uie first our weeks in the nine weeks' drive. This Is just Uie line up. There will lie " utnethlng doing" In October. Tea Captain No. 4, Mrs- I, H. Smitl . Capt-ln, took the lead Tues day -light - Refreshments were . sav ed l.f the captains. . . Special services Sunday. I'very member Is urged to be present bring a friend with you. The pa stor will have a special message at botn services. Everybody is Invited to attend Ui.' Church Fair at AlcMillan Park, Oct 6, 6, 7,aud 8th. On tho lirst night there will be a big wedding. Ton couples will re-marry with one cere Itiony. Second night, a big Mo.k Circus. Third night debate; Subject Eesolved that the Modern Danco is Wrong, fourth nigth, Mock Trial. EVENING CIIAPFI. C. M. E. CHUWCH. The roflval which . has been. In pvostre's for the lat twenty days closed Monday night Sept. 25th a decided success. As a result of the moetijifs there were 127 souls saved to Orlst A number of these were for various churches of this cltv 22 v th(,Re came by confession. Total money raised during this scries of meetings was $627.88. II was re- markable how the Evangelist, Rev. K. J. Johnson, held up during these meetings. His voice seemed to get even clearer as the work progressed. Ho will soon leave thl,. clt" for other flolds of labor. On Thursday night 28th Instant, a reception was tender ed him. We are grateful to all who took an Interest In this jveat man and the work waich he accomplish ed wulle here. We kindly thank the Christian family for tholr support and faithful assistance during this struggle with sin. We solicit your presence at any of our services. We were honored with tha pren oncc. of Bishop R. E. Cottvell last Sunday, of Holly Springs, Miss. In an effort to assist Rev. Sparks o' Sparks Chapel C- M. E. church in remodeling his church a neat su n of $75.20 wa raised for this purpose In the above meetings. Please remember the mid-week meetings, viz: Monday night leaders meeting; Tuesday nig!t S. S. teach ers meetlngffl Wednesday night, pray er meeting; Thursday night, cho rehersal; Friday night class iwet inp. You are Invited. Rev. A. F. JOHNSON, Pastor. II. RIDDLE. Secretary- O. W. JOHNSON. Clerk. stono of our new church. Sunday Oct.-2nd at 2:30 p. in. To be laid by Pride of the West, Knights ot Pythias Lodge No. 12. All churches and societies are invited to attend. Rev. J. E. DENNIS, nstor. Chas. HAMILTON, Secretary. 8ALEJT BAPTIST CHURCH. righteousness for His name's sake- This is ail assurance of what He will do for those who trust Him those who follow Him iu quiet confidence. We know what our experience is after we have had a good nghts rest under the protecting care of our Shepherd above. We feel strong and vigorous; our souls are restored; we feel thankful, and hence, go about our business during the day doing right for the sake of the Great (lap- tain. IV. Progress Yea, thought I walk through the valley . and shadow of den' . .. I will fear no evil; for thou art iu me; thy rod and thy staff they comfort me. However dark the surroundings and Uie outlook, Uie darkness doi" not prevent progress One can still walk even though he j Is in the valley of the shadow. If Christians inuko progress in dark ness, what about progress ct other times? But to do this, we must put our hand in His hand and be lead by Him. The1 song: "If Jesus go with me I'll go," is indeed express ive. V -Provision Thou preparest a tnble before me iu Uie presence of mino enemies; Thou annolntest my ST. MARK RPTtST CHFRCn COB ITER STONE LAID. To the people of the City of Dal Ms and the public at large. The offers and members of jt Mrk Bantlst church. ornr Phlllros and Banks street, respectfully Invite you to attend Uie laying of Uie corse; Sunday morning services conducted by Rev. Sykes, who preached a noble sermon. The p .stor Just returned from the Association. Rev. Sckyes text was from Matt. 24:13, subject; "Endurance.'" A beautiful lesson was drawn from this discourse. At 3:30 p. m. the members wor shipped with the great Macedonia Baptist church, as the pastor of the church was celebrating his Third nigui, ana tne services were con ducted by Rev. Moore of EaBt Texas. His text was from Josh. 2:18. Sub ject: " "Jand out -Your Sins." tor was in. While in the waiting room- he stated a man, wearing u velour hat, came in, and he, Frye, suggested to this patient that he (Frye) would wait, giving up his turn to see the doctor. He states that he did so, because he was suffer ing from a severe attack of veneral disease, and that he felt It would take the doctor some time to ex amine him. Thereupon the other patient, who It develops to be Mr. Wm. Robinson of 1335 12th St., N. W. was waited op and left the room. In his confession he stated that the doctor wrote the prescription, and before giving It to him asked him howmuch money he had. He stated he told the doctor that he had one dollar. He left the office, attempted to borrow a dollar, and in failing to do so, went to his home on Sixth Street and got his revolver, which he had purchased from a soldier for six dollars; returned to the doctor's office, and after explaining to the doctor that he could not borrow a dollar offered the doctor the revolver to hold until he brought him in the other dollar. Frya stated that at this point, the doctor refused .the revolver and be head with oil, my cup runneth over icnme very Ind-lgriAnt using vulgar MT. HEBRON JF. It CHURCH. Sabbath School opened at 9:30 by Supt Jas. Mathewt. Lesson well taught by. the teachers for 80 min utes. Prof. N. P. Williamson, one of Elm G'jve's distinguished instruct ors, reviewed the entire school. Player meeting by the Deacons and member for Uilrty minutes or more. At H'.ih noon Rev. O. F. Hood as cended the rostrum and begun divine services. He preached a great ser mon and the ofSeers called earnestly for God's money: after which Uie good sisters of Mt Hebron prepared dinner at the church for all who was Here Is another place where the outlook is r.t assuring, but there is every reason for apparent fear and trembling, to say nothing of the satlsfi.ction ot the wants. Yet, amid such surroundings the Ljrd will provide and it will indeed be a foast; Lot as a few hastily eaten mouthfuls in tho 'midst of hurry. We have the consolation in this verse that though the table is spread in tin midst of enemies, if the Lord is our Shepherd we need have no fear. VI. Prospect Surely goodness and mercy sbll follow me all the days ot my lite; and I shall dwell In the house of the Lord forever. What has ono to look for, not only Is every want provided now, but roodness and mercy shall attend eyery day and I will dwell In the house of tt t Lord. When one day nay, but forever, could any prospect be brighter than thisT Could there bo any wonder if those who trust Goc Nhould lose all the worldly pos sessions could and would say: "I would not give up the 23rd Psalms for It all. The question we need to answer Is what Is -my position? Which way am I headed? Have I lost my earth ly possessions and am I about to language, and ordering hiia out of his office. He s'ates that he toM the doctor "You needn't use that rornih stuff," whereunon the doctor struck hlin In the face, he returning the blow to the doctors head with the but end of the revolver. In tr.p tuRsel that followed from the 1'ttle office to the front door, several b'ows were passed; he states tht Pt the door the doctor grabhed snd choked him to the floor, and thnt it wns while down thnt he pfcot at the doc tor three or four times, one shot striking htm in the head. 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