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a w w ma nmv ct n a rnmi a r yv'nyv-yrr v.- at l . . . ... . . ........ iM..ii.iitaiiikikjiijt.iiiinjiiiiMi:uiiiiittmiiiiiuiHiiniuiiifii 'I'niiiun L i1llll(illlltl!llllin.'MIIHIIIIiailllMIUIIDIMIIICIIIMQIIIUIIIIIIIUll.ilMI!iimi..iiti."w....,..H.,i- - " - . - iauiiuiM.aiwuiiMijiium!io 6 3 Texas Towns.' c a E3 I? jiMHirmwrtoiimiimt t PedesUtMi, Sept. 29. The Ztoa Hill AsaoclaUoa Just closed Its session last week, also Palestine Association closed 1U session. The New Mt. Vernon A. M. E. Church Jiist receiv- Della Polk, daughter of the late Jim Taylor, was reared in this city until she was quite a youod lady, then her mother and she moved to Montgomery, Ala., there her mother d $100 bill for the church fromdlefl n ene cam6 t0 m com the K. K. K.- Mrs- R. Graves Is still munity and married Mr. Frand Polk. .. ii.t Miss Blanche Watson will teach at VIA UI0 BILK link " Terrell, Sept. 2S. Rev. D. A. But ler is In the city this wek. Mr, G. W. Townsell, Mrs- M. B. Flanlgan and Mr. H. Jackson have returned from Us'e Grand Srssion of the G. C. O. W. at Dallas. Mrs. D. Orange and M. C Scott have 'opened a first class cafe in the George Townsell Id Btand The Business League was to have wot at the Mt Olive BaptiHt church but Rev. Winn found the doors locked. Don't forget the Bus mess League Is good for us all. On Saturday It looked like a Circus round Dr. Scott's office surely tho young physician has mado good. The People of Terrell are proud of Mm. Bervices were good Sunday at all churches. New Hope Baptist church has called Rev. W. II. Johnson. Mrs Martha Wheeler has returned from Denver, Colo., where she spent the summer. Mrs. Dosle Johnson Is on the sick list 8ee G. W. Townsell lor the Express. Rev. C. H. Bell was at his post Sunday and preached a noble ser mon. The ' Negro Business League meets 2nd Tuesday night of October at New Hope Baptist church. Every man and woman ought to be a mem ber of this organization; Its pur pose is to help the leading business of our rre. Come out and Join don't be a slacker. George Nelson and George Weddlngton have re newed their stock of groceries and have opened in the O. P. Holland place on S. Adlalde Btreot. Otto Townsell and Johnnie D. Jones has gone to Rast Texas to join an or chestras Kov. DMly. pastor of Beth lohem In out of town on his vacation Dr. White, the new dentist, is doing fine his friends say nothing but success to him. Claud Townsell hns nearly finished bis new home, which is said to be one of the finest late houses In West Terrell. There are about 8000 Colored people people around Terrell and only about MO copies of the Colored paper are sold. Rer. Hoyd, P. B.,- B. T. D. has re turned home, accompanld by Rev. A. O. Winn, P- 14. also of this city. Quite a number of farmers report of hriing through wtth 4beir cotton crops. A special request was asked Vr the leading Negroes of Terrell to select George Townsell to go on the streets and ask our Colored women that make Mala street their hang out, to . please , come over to the Peoples Drug Company. . where they may rest and we can holp thorn, and they bolp us. To our Colored wo men: Please stop loafing on the streets on Saturday. Go to some Colored plnce they have planes pre pared for you. Geo. Townsell, Re porter. . Marshall, Sept. 29. Mrs. Ella May Rosebough was tendered a Surprise Party by many of her great host of friends. She leaves for Dotroit, Mich., aoeompaniod by her niece They will stop over at St Louis and Chicago. The spread was large and delicious. A host of friends attended. Mr. John Q. Robinson Is a little bettor. Is tho report of the doctor. Misses Pansy L. Porter, Loraine Gregg left for Tuskegce, Inst. Miss Hnllett Portor and Mr. John B. Gil more accampalned them to New Or leans, La.. Mr- and Mrs. Arthur Sparks Is Ytsltlng relatives in Waco. Mrs. Pearl Hyde to Fort Worth. Mrs. Rose Lacy and Mrs. Willie Fra iler are on the sick list Miss Pinkie lt'';e returned from Houston to enter Biubop Colloge. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Davis has purchased a Bulck auto mobile. Mrs. Ethel Butler left for Houston, after a pleasant stay In the city. Mr- J. S. Horton has pur chased a 7-possongor Bulck- Mrs. Joe Isora. Clark had her tonsils re moved by Dr. Curtis of the T. and P. Hospital she Is doing nicely. Mr. Jno. W. Mann Is able to be up after a severe attick of acute indi gestion. Miss Bussle May Thomp son of Jefferson, Texas, was in town Sunday the guest of her cousin, Miss Oracle Gllmore. Crockett, Sept. 29 Prof. J. H. Collin, ex-pastor of Mlld's Chapel C. M. EL, aow resides in Terrell, preached several nights here for. Rer. Crouch and his people, lift. W. A. Weaver of Tyler, Texas, preach ed at St Paul Baptist church, Rev. Johnson of Conroe, held services at Luke Baptist, while Rev. P. C. Cash hold fort at Bethel- Sunday School were nicely attondod at the other churches. The Associations were eagerly attended out to Pine Grove and Love Lady. Mrs. Colla L. Brown-WIUIai'ts died In Dallas on Sept 19, was herald home for burial Saturday Sept 24. The funeral took pluce at St Luke, Rev. Crout a officiated. Sir. Willie S. Brown of Los Angeles, Cat., bro ther to tl" deceased was present Mrs. W. u. Collins and son, Dur word are confined to their beds with typhoW fever. Mrs. M. B. H. Hun ter, State Demonstrator of Econom ics lectured here to the Houston County Teachers Institute, F. 'day the 23rd. Mr. J. B. King was called to Brenham on business. Mrs- Ethel Grove has enrolled 4n Si iday School She ' very active and Is cne of the teach, is on the faculty in thr city ChOOl. ; .; Calvert, Sept- 29. Mr. Lew4s Nlb lott was in town to buy a coffin for his brother who died Thursday at 2 p. m. near Hnmmod. Prof. H. Commington of Branchville, and a late flood sufferer was In town talk ing society with Prof. Mlms and attending other business. "us Qdesa Drew and Miss Mattle Fra iler left Saturday night to attend Wiley University, Marshall, Texas. These young people represent two of the most respectable families in Robertson county. They completed the IHgh School course at Calvert High. Rev. W. B. . Burgess, pastor Mt- Zlon Baptist church of San Diego, Calif., Is in the cl'.y for the first time , since 1910. He Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jack Burgess and other relative!!. The store of E. Contz was burglarized . Thursday night Mrs. Eloise, Texas and Miss Roberts will teach at Little Grove. Miss Jeff Knight spent Monday in the city. Mr- Sol Holman has moved his fam ily to the city and has built a nice home in West Calvert. Mrs. K. Reeves of Waco Is in the city to attend the bedside of her brother, Mr .Harry Reeves, who died Monday morning near Jones Prairie, Texas. Misses Blanche Watson and Mattle Roberto left for Mart where they will spend a fed days. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Parr of Houston passed through the city enroute home, but on account of minor troubles with car stayed over in this city for a day or so. We are always glad to have them with us. They left Tues day for Houston. The mother of Rev. A. A- Gordon of Houston died In this city Saturday at 6 p. m. and the Express extends their sympathy to the bereaved family. Mrs. E. Ayers, J. Ayers and JHm Tody left Sunday for Oklahoma. Mrs. M. L Covington left Saturday for Hammond where she spent Sunday. Mr L A. Noah and Mrs. Dorsey Hutcher son Tiassed through Sunday enroute to Cameron where they will attend the Institute. Miss Jewell Smith and the reporter. Miss Olevia Smith, are back after four months with pa rents In Waxaharhle. They will en ter the Calvert High School. Mrs. W. H. Henry and daughter, Miss Annie Mae Henry of Houston were In the city visiting relatives last week and left for thojr home Mon day afterpoon. Rev. W. R. Burgess of San Diego, Calif-, preached an ex cellent sermon Sunday night In In dependent Baptist church. He talk ed the St. Paul M. K. church in the afternoon. He left Monday to visit old friends at Mt. Mortah, five miles north of Calvert, thl sis his old home. Mt. Morlah Community. Services were good at Mt. Morlah. Rev. Jackson, pastor, ascended the ros trum at usual hour and preached a wonderful sermon. We were made glad and rejoiced at this great gospel- A collection of $25.55 was rais ed. The congregation then recessed until 4 p. m., at which time the Old Ex-Slave Memorial was tho fea ture of the day. Prayers were offer ed. Rev. Jackson ascended the ros trum and chose for a text, "A Moth ers' Prayer." Mt. Morlah was vis ited all day by the Holy Spirit. A collection was raised for the Ex slaves and a volly of flowers were thrown at the feet of the old Moth ers and Fathers. Then came a round table talk from the honored guests, there being five in number which was enjoyed by all. We are trying to show to the old patriots our love and resiect for them. We are thankful for the donation of M-36- ' Temple, Sept. 29. Judge William Harrison of Chicago, an eminent Law yer and Orator, spoke to about 500 people, including a large number of whites last Thursday night Sept. 22nd., at the Municipal Auditorium. A briof program was rendered by local talenst. Music was furnished by the 8th Street Choir. Mrs. Mary Hamilton, pianist A brief, though beautiful reading selection was re cited by Miss Huttie Taylor. Prayer was offered by Rev. T. E. George, pastor of 8th Street Baptist church. The speaker was introduced by Rev. W, M. Taylor, pastor of the Corinth Baptist church. Mr. S. M. Hollins, master of ceremonies. The lecture was very inspiring, and every one seemed to have enjoyed it Mr. I L. Moody and Miss Nettie George were quietly married last Wednes day evening, Sept 21st, at the home of the bride. Rev W .M. Taylor officiated. The bride 4s the daugh ter of Rev. T. E. George, tho groom Is our efficient undertaker. Mr. Al bert Cole, Jr-, has moved his shop Just across the alley, in the old Fish Market annex to M. M. Frier son's shoe shop. With this favorable location and the Installation of a new press, Mr. Cole feels that he is in a better position to -give his pa trons service along the line of tail oring. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hoi Hns of Cleburne were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Moore last week. Mrs J. C. Robinson, Jr-, left last Sun day for Cameron, to attend the Teachers Institute. Mr. J.. L. Vin son of Chicago was guest of Mrs. O. F. McCray. last week. Little Miss Alma McCray is able to be out after being confined for several days suff ering with a wound Inflicted by a nail. Mrs. Teona Adams, aft.tr spend ing three n-onths In Colorado Springs, Colo., retu"aed home a few days ago Rev. T. H George, Jr., of 7-;nnln, worshipped at 8th Street Baptist church last Sunday. Rosebud, Sept 29. Suuday was a great day in Zlon. Reports from an the churches were unusually good. The rally iven in the Interest of the pastor. Rev. J. W. Chllds, was a success- Rev. U. S. Franks, who has been sick listed for some tune is convalescent Mr. Harry Shields, Dave Mitchell, Ben ritcholl and R. E. Red left for Colorado, TeAas. Mrs. Tennie Wright of Kosse, Texas, the mjther of Prof. Theo. W. Wright was in the city last week. Mrs. P. C. White, who has been in Miss issippi for some time engaged in school work. Is la the city- Mr. Clide White, the son of Mrs. P. C. White was In the city a few days last week, Mrs. Bessie Heme is visiting her father in Temple, Texas. Miss Beatrice Franks who has been spending; her vacation in Dallas, Texas, returned to the city accom panied by her friend, Miss F. D. King of Dallas. Mrs. Louise Mc Clenton Is out of town this week on business. The ptcnle giveu by the Mothers' club vas a financial success. The Public School will open Oct Srd, 1921- We urge each parent to send their children to school. Theo. W. Wight Reporter. Texarksn, Sept -i9. Hopewell C. M. E. Chu' h, Phenia Avenue, Rev. J. T. Spet J, P- C Services con ducted by Rev. Spenc nr of Fort Worth. Subject was tken from Rom. 12th chapter from which he preach- wmnilrnwiiliriumim THE MENTHOLOW HAItt SYSTEM' If your hair is short, thin and beginning to fall out by the roots, use the won. derful MENTHOLOW HAIR ARTL CLES. I Mentholow Hair Grower . 52c Mentholow Hair Tonic . 52c Mentholow Hair Shampoo . .82c 1 Mentholow Greaseleas Cream . 52o 1 Mentholow Hair (double strength) 57c MfWlthnlnw TmnU awnavakai OAn , auents wanted Write or Call at once TUB MKNTHOLOW MFC. X. Mine. B. SAMPSON. 2526 Bryan St Phone H. 0367. DALLAS, ' TEXAS. 9-10-26t tiiiiiuiatuisimuoiHwiMiiaiim aiiaiiiinudimNiiuinniDmmmnioHiiitimiKiflniifln'i iiiiiiimiDMiiiiimiDiiiiiimiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiioiiHiiiiiittiA AiiaiiuiiuiuiaiuiiiiuuiaiiiiuiuiiiDiiimuimaiiuuiu F. I. S. COLLEGE, NEAR LADONIA. TEXAS. The Home-Like School. $87.50 pays for the entire, session for board, tuition, and medical attendance-. WHY PAY MORE? Students accepted who have passed the 5th Grade. . A great school for children from the 6th to the 12th Grade. An ideal place for your boy and gTrl healthful, beautifully located, and free from tho noise, dirt and physical and moral drawbacks of the city. For circular of information ad dress It. L; SMITH, President, 817 N. 4th St. Waco, Texas, until Oct. Oth after that Wolfe City, care F. I. 8. College. 9.17-tf ed a powerful sermon. Rev. J. T. Speed could not attend the services on account of being 411. We hope for him a speedy recovery. Sunset Baptist Church, Rev. Whit aker, P. C Services were well at tended. The pastor was at his best and full of thought, which is an emblem of a man of high Ideals God speed to this young man. Mr. Henry Martin, former student of Texas College Is here in Insurance business. Mr. R. H. Edrnon Is to be commended for bringing insurance business among the Colored business men of this city by organizing the Ideal Mutual Benefit Association. Home Offlee, Texarkana. Dr. 'y. T. Thompson, Prof. B- A. Jackson, G. G. Lnnier, associates. Get the Ex press every Saturday at Williams and Roseberry's Grocery Store, 1301 Buchanan avenue. ItloMHom, Sept. 29. Mrs Emma Big low has been on the sick list, but is up again. Mrs. ' Willie Owens of Overton, Texas, was the guest of her mother and father, 'Mr. and Mrs. Luster Carr. Mrs. Emma Sausage, who was reared here, departed thlB life Friday Sept. 23rd- She leaves a mother, one sister and two sons, and a husband, with a host of friends to mourn her loss. She died at Sylvan, but was buried here. Mrs. E. Dixon and Mrs. A. Hodges and Mrs. Resnorer were In the city of Paris Saturday, shopping and other business. W. T. Reed is re ported as doing fine at this writing. Mrs. Minnie is still improving- Wre hope for her a speedy recovery. W. M- Ross, Agent; E..D. Mintor, Re porter. Weallierfortl, Sept. 29. Services were good at all the churches Suu day. Mr. Lee Jones, one of the most highly respected young men of Min eral Wells, was married to Mis Willie Ikard, Saturday night at the home of Mrs. Callle Strickland. The home was decorated beautifully with evergreen and flowers. Neighbors of Sand Town and other friends were present. Rev. G. H. Harlee officiated. Mrs. Ellen Young of Sherman at tended the wedding. Sand Town is planning a curious concert Mrs. Alice Byrd Is planning to build a new home on Brazos street. Mrs- Dora Abernathy left Friday for Fort Worth to visit her daughter, Mrs. Geneve Lacy. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Jones thank their many friends for the nice gifts wMch they received. Coney, Sept. 29. B. Y. P. U, was well attended Sunday. Rev- Bailey preached an able sermon at the 11 o'clock service. Rev. Brown filled bis regular appointment at 7 p. m. Hon. H. L. Price Is in Houston this week in Interest of the K. of P. Lodge. Miss Frankte M. Hamilton is spending a few days in Palestine this week. Mrs- L. E. Bragg la vis iting in Tyler this week. MIsj Lula M. Holloway of Nacogdoches, spent a few days in this city this week and is preparing to begin teaching the 3rd of October. The Messrs. J. E., W. E. and II. H. Hall. S. C. Cross, John' Hall, Andrew Johnson and George Massey, who have been but of the city, returned homo Saturday The social given by Rev. Bailey and the Missionary sisters Saturday night was a success. Rev. Bailey cleared 8.00.. Quite a number of people from Church Hill and Sand Flat at tended the social. Mrs. Lillian Rob inson of Palestine Is visiting rel atives here. Mr. E. Garner who is building houses at J.i sonville, spen lost Saturday here- The Ham ilton and Bragg Gin is ginning cot ton ai d has completed more than 100 bales. Prof. J. L. Hamilton is kept but. buying the peoples" cot ton after It is ginned. Rev. Bailey is doing well in the cafe business. The Long Distance Telephone s tem baa been installed, in Mr. J. L Powell's store. Public School will begin Oct 3. We wish to urge upon the parents to see to it that your children begin and stay In school from beginning to end- Everybody -xa eu uj sm9u jna a soqsiM c press, please send or bring same to J. F. Price, acent and reporter. f.llmer, Sept 29. Rev. S. H. Howard held his call session of the District Board No. 3 with success. C. M. E. Sunday School and Epworth League Convention was held with Rev- BUcks, presiding elder, presid ing with great success. They raised J578. Gilgal B. C. held a very suc cessful meeting. Rev. S. H. How ard was at his post. They raised 118.10, also donated to charity fund 15.36. Sic, listed: Mr- Elmer Stev ens. The old M. and E. T. depot burned yesterday morning. Knnis, Sept. 29. Rev. Bell of Hills boro was In Ennis Sunday and preached at New Hope Baptist church. Rev. Brown of Dallas is here preaching at the Fourth Word Baptist .Church. Rev- Scott is pas tor. Bro. Frank Peavy's mother died and her funeral was held from the Fourth Ward Baptist church, and Rev. Scott -officiated- She was 106 years of ae. Services were good at all churches Sunday. Are you reading the Dallas Express? Why not? J. E. Rogers, Reporter. 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