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THE IAM,AS KXrRKSS, DAM S, TKXAS. SATt ItnAY, OCTOUKR 22, 1921.
PAUH r;vB THE PRAIRIE VIEW COLLEGE EXHIBIT. THE WORK IN IRON, WOOD, CLOTH AND AGRICULTURE, THE WORK OF HAND, HEAD AND HEART. By N. W. Harllee. The Prairie View Collese Kxhlblt attracts the public attention every fair, and this fall 1b no exception. Many visitors find their way to this very excellent exhibit, and make favorable comment as to II a handi craft, and unique workmnnslvip. 01 the very many exhibits at the fair, it seems that the great fair would not bo complete without the work of the Prairie View Industrial Col Icro exhibit. Here it is shown what Hit satt. is doins? for the Colored students and what the Colored stu dent is doing for himself. After all, roimh haw as you may. each must seal his own destiny which lies In his owii hand. Oth.-rs may aid us, but we, phoenix-like must rise from our own dusty beds and pet into the whirl wind of human activity. Culinary Department. The mothers of the uneducated class have been long noted for their knowleriRj and specific ait in cooking, and it Is now expocted that their donghters with a kuowlcdue of phys ics and chemistry will excell in the culinary art both as the hicfjenie principles in the preparation of food situ'f. The cakes, bread, cookies and the like on exhibition showed this expectation to be realized in a very high de?r?e. Wood Work. Booker Washington said that when the tree wi:s felled in the forest that the black man was in demant, but when the roimh lumber was Leing changed into a piano, a Uddle, into the higher use, the employment sap ped fron the hand of the Colored nan, because he did not prepare to follow the lumber or the bale of rot'on Into the higher reiiumeration. The oHl-work both in the Prnirie View exhibit end that of the. Jarvis Christian Institute shows that the Colored youth is preparing to follow the lumber into the higher and ar tistic usefulness as well as felling the trees. The d-essers. tables, type writer desks and the like are all praiseworthy nnd speak the language of commendation. iiniioiiiniimiioiiiiHiiiiiiDiiiiiiiiiiiiDiiiimiiiiiDiiiiiiiiiiiiDiiniiiiiiiiaiiii aiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiitiiiiiHiimiiiimDiiiiiiimtinin i(iaiiiiiiiiiiMaMiiiitiiiitaiiimatHiiaiiiiiitiiii(aitiiiMiititatiiiiiiiiii)aiHiiiiiiiMCiHiiiiMiiiiaiiiiMHiiHaitiittiniiiaiiHiiiiiiitJiniit t jllDIIIIUIIIHiailllllllllllDIIIIUIIIIIIOIimiHIIIiailllUlulllDllllulllulBUIHiuiiUBiuiiuiiiuBiiinuuuiuuuuHuiiiiiuiiuiuiiiiii as I Texas i El 65 fmniimiMmmiiiiiiniimiiHmiiimimHMraiimnmitaimiimm loiDiMiiUMiMniiiiiiniiiioiiiiiiiiiMior'nimiiDiiiuiimMaiiiiiiiiiiiiDiiimiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiioiiiiiiiHii'niiihiKiiiiaHiiuniiiiDiiiHiS 1 t motiiiiiumioiuiiiaiiiiDHiiiiiiiaiB nnauoiiiuiHiiiaiMinuioMHaHHauiuiiiiuiiiuiiruiunuiiniiHiuiMiuuiiiiiMiiHi a Marshall, Oct. 20. The Campbell Street Carnival held the fort in Mar shall last week. Our old friend J. Z. Kobinson still improves. Mrs. Win. Krazler entertained Mr. C. D. Frn zier with a suprise party Monday evening to meot his frlci'ls before leaving for Cleveland, Ohio, to visit his brother. Miss Mary S. Porter has been working in the west em ployed lv the MeBrady Co. Miss l.ucile Davis left for Tuskegee In stitute ii. Alabama. Miss Ida John son was called to Dallas on account of the very serious illness of . her (laughter, Miss Viola. Johnson, by ac cident. .Mrs. Lola Mundcll. niter spending a pleasant stay with relative;-, and friends on In r way home to St. Paul., will visit Houston. El Paso, nnd Fort Worth, Texas. Mrs. Uuira Porlei- and .Mrs. Grade Call oway was called to l.ongvlew on ac count of the death of their uncle, Wm. Swnney. Mrs. Sarah Thlmp son is visiting in Fort Worth. Rev. J. R. Swancw of Honey Grove, pass ed through Marshall enroute to inngvipw on account of death of his brother. Misses Mary S. Pater Ilal liot, Sirs. Wm. Smith attended the funeral of their great uncle. The county schools opened Monday Oct. 17. Dr. Jones is able to be up after several weeks illness. Ituiiffcr. Oct. 20. Smith A. M. E. church: It was not pastor's day at the A. M. E. church but the pastoi was on hand and one of the white ministers was with us and gave us some wholesome advice. We have a model Sunday school and the les son was well taught. The pastor will preach his last sermon on the 4th Sunday instant, before leaving for El Paso, Texas, for the Ani.ual Con ference which convenes on the 26th. Last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Porter presented the pastor with a fine hat nnd Mrs. Tilly Jcffers and Miss Etter Johnson gave him some other wear ing apparel. Mr. E. A. llatchic, Re porter. Drutnii, Oct. 20. Services were good all day at St. James A. M. E. t hurch. Rev. A. G. Scott having re turned from Wichita, preached two great sermons, morning subject was: "Why set we here until we die?'' Night subject, "The Judge cf all the earth will do right" . He preached with the spirit and the .congregation seemed to have been praying with him, for we had a great time in Zion. Rev. J. A. Ayers has returned from Pittsburgh, Texas. Mr. Jimmie Mim8 and Mrs. Corine Lawrence were married at the Court House last week. Mr. Jiminlo Lee Neal and Mrs. Johnnie Jockson were married ut the bride's home last Thursday nlfcht. The stork visited the. borne of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hill, Monda morning at 4:30 and left an 8 pound U U 1 V , .,1111111 i.n "" at this writing. Mrs. N. J. Pugh of Hallaa eam nn fr. visit Mr and Mr. doing line West Jackson and was taken sud-1 denly 111 as noon as she reached their home. Miss Lola Moore, daughter of Prof, and Mrs. Moore left for Prairie View, lust Sunday where she will begin her second year In that great institution. Miss Moore is a brilliant young lady, and we wish for her suc cess. The residence of Mr. and M-s. Yancy Wilson waa the scene of beauty and gaiety last Saturday ev ening when Mrs. Wilson entertained In honor of Mrs. Jimmie Nicholson Hancock, who left Sundaay to begin her school work, at Garset Texas Mr. Robert Peace and wife" visited relatives at Pilot Point Saturday. Mr. L. L. Allen and OHver Sentry mo tored over to Dallas Sunday In Mr. Allen's i-ar. Jacksonville, Oct. 20. Dallas Ex press on sale every Saturday a Sanders and Tennersons' Barber Shop. Rov. A. M. Mitchell and his Stood peopie held their 12th anniver sary service Sunday. Rev. A. W. Waters of Palcsfrino proacned the an niversary sermon al the noon hour. An entertaining program was ren- Sewing Department. , It is praiseworthy to note the Colored 'girls can sew as as speak punish, German that well and i French, for after all, she at gome time will have need of the thimble, needle and the line of delineation as a house-wile. In the tew ind de partment, the garments made by Prairie Yitw students, such as dress es, skirts, wraps, hats, crochet, embrodiery, the neatness of the walk showed both skill and manipulation. The fancy under wear, the lace work, Ceft'y sowed with the feaiLer stitch, are realizations of wnat lay be accomplished by (he girls who , are taught to learn to do by do'- x. Iron Work. Iron. t is said, is the symbol of civili'.atien, and the work in iron in the Prairie View exhibit in its execution and design is Indicative of this proof, and reflects credit upon both the student-mechanic and lis instruitor The harrow cn ex hibition is the evenness of the .work, tie aTanrerfiiii of the teeth, move ment of the parts adjusted to the vhole showed both its usefu'rass and the purpose lor which it was de signed. Other model showe 1 pains 'aking -ind adaptability. Peihaps, the roarier, the ctrt-woik, was the I ' st of the Ii or. work in execution and finished poduetion of itb kind. Agriculture Department. The ngrio'iltnrc display, although small, such 'is corn nnd other ce real, nnde a splendid how'ng as a sample work of the far'n at Praiiie. View. Peanuts, potatoes, preserve:,, canned goods. Those In charge of the exhibit: Vrof O. h. Miller, of the carpenter department; Prof. A. T. Wood, Di rector of vocational agriculture: Mrs. D. A. Bryant, millinery depart ment; Prof. B. F. Bullock, Director of agriculture. It iB hoped that another year, more of our eollescs will bring work to the fair. Tswhs. 11 dered in the afternoon. The pastor preached at night. Total collection $50.00. The funeral of Mr. D'eola Pierce, wife of Prof. S. V. Pierce, was conducted Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 11th. Rev. B. Smith conducted the funeral. Ragsdale, undertaker, had charge of the body. Remains were laid to rest in Alexander ceme tery. Miss Ruth Patterson of Mar shall 4s in the city, visiting her sis ter, Mrs. Susie lee and Mrs. Rclvcka Cleaver. Miss Sarah Clemons open ed her school at Mt. Salem Monday, Oct. 17. Miss Mable Sanders spent I Saturday in lyler.- .Mrs. i ardeiia Mnselv, after spending several week- n the city visiting her mother, Mrs. j Pauline Hads returned to her home last week. To some of the reeders nf the Express that missed your ps per for two weeks: We were out of town for two Saturdays. We will tiy not to miss you any more. Wo have started a drive for a hundred readers by Dec. 1st. Notice the ad vertisement in the business places. We will deliver it to your door at the same old price 5c per copy. C. O. D. I am yours for the business, andrcss A. Pierce, Reporter. Ponlu, Oct. 20. Services were held at Plain View C. M. B. church, Elm Grove Baptist church, also at Mount Olive as well as Hock Hill Presby terian church. Sunday school was well attended at all the churches. Church goers were many. Rev. S. Garner filled his resular appoint ment at Plain View C. M. P. church. He was at himself, and broke the bread of life to a nice audience. Collection $12.60. All of the schools are In operation now. Miss Viola MeCrimnion has accepted a position with the Black Jack public school as principal. She opened her school Monday. Oct. 10th. Prof. Armstead Martin opened his school at Mt. Olive on the 10th instant as prin cipal. Annauiiceinonls comes that the American Lesion Post No. will entertain the general public at Plain view. Under the auspices of the KniKhts of Pythias at the. Castle at Plain View. Prof. K. W. Massie, H. n. Chi-ista'n, S. I,. Heindon, Wayman Hicks, A. I,. Hcrndon, K. 1- Massie and O. A. Herndon, ex-over Sea ser vice men will have charpe of the occasion which wlil take place on Xoveriner 11th, 1921. Don't fail to see the parade at 2:30 p. m. All Ihe oldieis will be at the post on that day. Services will he. postponed at Mount Moriah on the first Sun day in Novemb-jr, and all church poers will worship with Ph in View C. M. E. church In a Rreat rally. Rev. 'S. Garner will fill the rostrum cn this occasion as his last sermon before the annual conference. At 10:1$ o'clock Saturday morntnff. the tolling of the bell at Woodwlle C. M. E. church bore the ad and un- ... t T, expected new. of the ln t Use King. His Illness was not "PPf '1 to be of a serious nature oven on last Saturday he was shak ing hinds in Rusk with friends. He w. a minister in the Itenery of the C. 5L E. church, and was in the traveling connection in the Eest Texas Conference. He was one of our best Colored people , and was able to be responsible to his worthy word when he spoke. The C. M. E. church has lost a devoted minister, the wife a devoted husband and the community a loyal and worthy cit izen. Mr. Abe TTooper Is seriouBlj iul at this writing. He bad a con gestive chill Monday 10th Instant. Mr. Tommy Lenord is still seriously 111 at this writing. He had a con Young, Monday Oct 3, a 10 pound boy. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Iouis Chandler, a fine girl on 3rd Instant Mother and child doing nicely. Mrs. Fannie O. Hardaway nnd son motor ed to .Jacksonville Saturday shop ping and visiting friends. Mr. Wiley Johnijon ind Miss Ethel and Walter Christian visited In Clear Creek Springs, Sunday. Rev. H. I Kyle of Alto, was In Ponta Faiurday and Sunday visiting relatives and frtendn,. We are elad to announce that Mr. A. D. Cleaver and family aie doing nicely at this writing. Mr. D. F. Cleaver, an energetle farmer of this place, says he wont mako more than 8 or 10 bales of cotton this year; as usual he makes something like 20 bales or more. Most every one Is through picking, and all the child ren are in school. Cotton sold on the streets here Saturday for 18 cents per pound. ' The entertainment given by the Colored National AVood men was a success, Saturday night. Save that nickle for the Express, and read it each week. J. U Kyle, Reporter. miiiiniiiiiiimiiniiiiimimoiiiiffliiiiiamiiiiniiBiiiiifl iiiiimiiiiiiMiiiaiiimiMiiinmimiimuimiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiX I iiiiiaiuiimmiaiiiiiiiiiiiiniuiiiiiiiiiDiiiiiiiimiDiiiiiii: CHICAGO HEWS 599 33 3 iiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiMiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiioiiiii: iiUimiimiiiQiiiiiiiiiitiuiiiiiiiiimdniiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiii uiaiiuiiiiiiiiumiimiiiiaiiiMiiuiiaiiiiiiuiiiuiiiiiiimi Chigaco, Hi., Oct. 20. Charles Satchell Morris, Jr., the well known orator, was in the city during the week speaking at the various church es uud visited Gary, Ind., last Sun day where he delivered an inspiring lecture, leaving the city Friday night, Mr. Morris went west on a speaking tour and will then go to Norfolk, Va., to tour the state of Virginia in interest of the Republi can ticket which has been nominated. Mrs. Lou Ella Young. 3ofjfi Giles Ave., has gone to Metropolis and Cairo, 111., to vis-it relatives and friends. She will also visit East Si. Ixiuis and St. Louis, Mo., neioie re turning. Mrs. Eliza Jackson,, 37:1!) Elmwoo.l Ave., grand queen of A. U. K. and L). of A., of Illinois and jurisdiction, is back from Bay City, Mich., where she went during the week on fra ternal business. The Virginia Society is planning a large and elaborate entertainment on Wednesday evening, Oct.. 19, at headquarters, 3638 State St., at which time a liteiary and musical prog.am will be rendered. A. A. Williams, 11261 S. May St., Morgan Park, who has been confined to his bed on account of illness, is much improved. M. T. Bailey, president, The Bailey Realty Co., 3638 S. State St., hay been working hard in and out of the city for the last two weeks keeping important engagements with clients who are owners or are buy ing real estate in the, city and su burbs. Charles H. Turner, president of The Progressive Company, was ali in smiles during the week when seen on account of the rapid progress being mtide toward the completion of the store m State Street. Mrs. Dora Cannon, 1!) K. 31st St., well known In fraternal circles In and about the. city,, has entered upon her duties as state deputy of the Mos-iac Templars of the State or Illinois and jurisdiction folloins n recent appointment. Many people from the city were in Morgan Park last Sunday and during the past week viewing the beautiful sites for sale and others looking over the many beautiful and mof'ern homes which ha.e been built during the past season and which arc a credit to the Race. Rev. H. E. Johnson, pastor or l nr church of Waukegan Ill- spent several busy days in the city riminir the week on business per (amnsr TO matters of Interest nlnni the noitlisliore. ( OI.OHI.D MAN A'OTirlKM OKKICF.lt OF L1QITOH FINI. . (By A. N. P.) Kii-limond Road, Texas, Oft. 13. Keimtles from Sheriff Hinford'a office had a "raid" literally thrust upon them Friday afternoon, when they received a telephone call from Leon ard Hiee, Nefrro of this place. The call told of stumbling- on four fcefrs of liquor, rarefully hidden In tall weeds near the Junction of Rlch mon and Fondren Roads. Deputy Rog ers and McCullum immediately appear ed themselves to investigate and upon arrival found four small barrels of good quality moonshine and part of a still. Thia they took with them. No arrests were made According to Rico who "discovered the still, he was working on a fence at the time and stumbled on the bar- rels. Officers said that the liquor had been placed there several dava ago, undftibtedly by some one who Intend ed coming back for It after he had found a more hidden location than the one he previously operated. Offi ces aro confident Rice had nothing to do with the contraband and Fri day were praising his honesty In re porting the matter to officers. A CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY. HAIR GROWTH ASSURED LKARN TIIK lircVF.UI.Y 8YSTK.M OF HAIR DRKSSINO. YOU CAN ItK.COMM HVnKI'RNOMNT WITH THE SYSTEM AND THK IIKV-1HAHIIS ritEI'AKATlONS. notic Hair Dressing and Pressing Oil used with or without straightening Irons, mukes the hair soft and silken 'also promotes growth. Rev-Marie preparations will poslt ltlvcly grow four Inches of beautiful hair In six month. A trial will con vince the moat sceptical, that Bev Marle .a far superior to all other hair preparations. Agents wanted. Sells like 'Hot Cakes.' Liberal com mission allowed. Stamp for particulars. Full sized box sent on receipt of price, 60 cents, postage 10c extra. Address all orders to MADAM A. M. SMYTH, 410 N. Geary Oklahoma City, Okla. Sample outfit, 1 1 omade. 1 Sham poo, 1 Temple Oil, 1 Hair Grower, full Instructions, 12.00. I , "Mi&K?fAT.Hr a 1 1 "ia, "' "' 111 1 ah ' 11 a I East India Hair Grower XS. If.' 1 .116 North Central Phone M. 87B R49T INDIA STSTEM Taught hy Mall. S-lenre and Art of Hair Culture. Otnitlrle Conrnr, S Imanna and Diploma, $00.00. II Toinl Amount aent at onre. 2(i.O0. AitenU Outfit 1 Hair Grower, 1 Temple Oil, 1 Shampoo, 1 Prers Ing OH, 1 Face Cream and direction for Selling. 2.00. 2Kc Ritra for Poatage. VIGOR OF YOUTH IN A NEW DISCOVERY. Science Produce n Vltullirr Superior to FnmouM t.land Treatment- MiiKlr I'onrr of n Itnrk From Africa. Have you lost your yi,uth, vigor and pep"? Does llfo seeni dull and work grind? Dont worry. Sclcneo has discovered a new vitallsser superior even to tne mucn niscusjien "post gland" and "monkey gland' treatment The principal Ingredient is un ex tract from the bulk of an African tree. It la said to bo the most amaz ing: invigorator ever discovered. Com bined with it are other tonic and vi talizing elements of proved merit. In most cases, the compound produces marked improvement In a day or two, and 4n a short time the vitality Is raised, the circulation Improved and the glow of health is felt in every part. The new vitallzor contains expensive chemicals, but nioniii'acturlng In en ormous quantities ha brought the cost within the reaeh. of all. Furth ermore, the laboratories producing this new vitalize!', which Is called He-Nu-Tabs, are so confident of Its pow er that they offer It on the basis of "no results, no pay." Any reader of tills paper may test the new discovery without risk. Send no money, but Juki your name and address, to the He-Nil Laboratories 205-J Ontewav Station, Kansas City, Mo., and a full treatment of lie-Nu-Tabs will ba mailed, lienoslt 2 and pontage with the postman on delivery If not delighted by the result at the end of a week, notify the laboratories and your money will ho refunded in full. Do not hesitate about accepting this test offer, as it is fully gauran tocd. BECOMES (LIKE PICTURE) Fluffy, Soft, Silky, Long Using iiCIVllil POM A OH HAIR DRESSING. Not ctkkr or gum- I mv. 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Beauty Culture Mani curing, Growing Oil 50 cents: Dan druff Remedy, 60 cents; Pressing Oil 60 cents; Temple OH B0 cents; Soap 10 to 25 cents. Agents wanted. MMR LttEI.I.A McDANIELS, 2302 E. Morse St . . Greenville, Texas. 1 - A N l V 1 f Will Promote a Full Growth of Hl". Will also Restore the Strength. Vitality and the Beauty of the Hair. If your balr la Dry and Wir Trr BAST INDIA HAIR GROWE1 If you are bothered with Falling Hair, Dandruff, Itching Scalp, or any Hair Trouble, we wart you to try a Jar of .EAST INDIA HAIR GROWER. The remedy eontalna medical proprieties that go to the root of the Hair, stimulate the akin, h lplng nature to do lta work. Leaves the hair (oft and silky. Perfumed with a balm of (: ,. .. .y -J a tnousana riowers. The best known remedy for Heavy and Beautiful Black Eyebrows, also restores Gray Hair to lta Natural Color. Can be used with Hot Iron for Straightening. Prlee Seat by Mull, 50e l"e Extra tow Pontage ' S. I). I roTVS, Oklahoma City. Okla. 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