THE DALLAS EXPKES8, DALLAft, TKXAS, 8ATUKDAY. NOVEMBER 5, 1921.
Tcinrkatta. Nov. 4. Sunset Bap.
tint Churth, Iter. A. W. Wltaker,
P. C. A big rally wa carried on
beginning Monday night, Oct 17.
Each night was carried on undor
the head of itome of the church aux
iliaries, vis. : Monday night: Sun
day School night, Rev. C. W. Hamp
ton. P. C... of Mt. Piegah Baptist
Chtir-h and his congregation, amount
rai:d $16 35. Tuesday night: B. Y.
P. U. night. Ilev. HlUon, pastor
1'ollv Cliarwl and his COIlKi pi r.tlon
were present and preached a won-.
derlul sermon ana raised io.o.
Wednesday night as Women's Home
Mission Night on which Hev. Har
ris of Eleventh Street Baptist Church
was to preach but on account of ill
ness conld not be present but his
congregation came out and In his
stead the women choose Hev. R. H.
King, the Texas Anvil. Presidng
Elder of the Marshall District who
preached a wonderful sermon such
as no one could do but a King and
raised 24 35. Thursday night, Kev.
Ciiff Klnir end his congregation
were present and raised f 15.30. Frl-i
day night. Ilev. J. T. Speed, Pas-,
inr r iinnownil fi M K. Churuh .
and his sweet singing choir and I
a T A.r
congregation were present.
Speed preached an excellent ser
mon after which an offering was
taken which resulted to the amount
of $20.35. Sunday was high day
for MnnntJ TlnntlHt church. IteV. A.
W. Whitlakor was at his best thl (
was the closing day for the rally.
Their aim was to raise $500.00 to
finish their building of this amount f
after al.' reports hnd been taken in
ho nix.ii nil no. Rnv. Jackson.
. n XM V nMaokiif fM AnA itl hiS .
A W. . K,., ltV.IV. . . - -'
room out on his work Frlaay last,
funeral Sunday at Hopewell C. M. K.
Church. Was entered In Hone Hill
I'lnno, Nor. 3 Services at both
churches Sunday. Mr. W. B. Bynura
and Kev. A. Wright are here in in
terest of the Golden Rule of the
World. Prof. WIlllaniB and wife and
Mrs. Harrison, also Mr. A. L. Rus
sell are going on with their school
work. Mr. Willie Thomas and Mr.
Frank Show has purchased fine
cars. Mr. Tonsell and family moved
with Mr. Brooks. Mr. David Ellis
made a flying trip to Wilmer. Satur
a.it i viuii relatives and friends.
Mr. Joe Shinn of Denton, was here
last week. - n. W. uninn, nepunm.
Wdlewrlglit, Nov. 3. Sunday
School was well attended at all
churches Sunday. Rer. G. E. Pat-i
. . . . t. rtr rv .
terson was at nia posi. uo.
Bartlelt. preached the W. H. Mis
sionary sermon Sunday night. Money
raised $2.26. Mrs. M. E. Wren of
riiu. w.a rullnrt in Hells. Texas, on
...mini nf ihu rin&rh nf her father. '
Mr. Anthony Hornback, Mrs. Irene'
Bolden was In Denison last ween.
When you have news worth while
please have It ready every Saturday
night and leave It at Oatewoods'
barbershop. Miss Mlllan Butler and
Rebecca Hall have returned from
Dallas. Mrs. Annie Wright Is at her
home again with friends and her
huBband- Weill here I am. again,
what to it? The Dallas Express.
When you got It you got all the
fresh news of the heppenings of Col
ored people. Mrs. Dela May Coleman
of Dealson visited her mother last
week. Mrs. R. Conley. Mr. C. H.
towia was In Dnnlnnn and Dunham
last week. Rev. U. J- Rucker was at
the C. M. E. church Sunday and
hold his 4th Quarterly Conference
which was a success. The pastor
was paid In full. Raised during the
ltiKt quarter $17.64. Home Mission
IlockwaM, Nor. 3. St. Paul A. M.
E. church had a well appointed
program last week from Tuesday
night to Saturday night In which
several ministers participated In able
discussions and delivered able ser.
mens. Saturday night was a gon
eral discussion "What Shall We do
to Improve Conditions of our
Church?" The officers of the Sun
day School were at their proper
places Sunday morning. At 11:30
a. m., Rer. Johnson filled his ap
pointment. Mrs. M. Kelly made a
flying trip to Dallas 29th Inst. Miss
T. Teal of Mt. Vernon began teach
ing at Glen Hill, a few days ago.
It Is reported there Is a good at
tendance. Mrs. Thelma Morrison of
DenlHon, la In the city to begin
teaching. Rev. N. H. Johnson and
John Martin were In attendance at
the Christian Convention at Waxa
hachie. last week. Criminal Court
was In session last week. A few of
our men were given sentences of
from one to five years In peniten
tiary. Mrs. B Thomas is confined
to her room.
Atlanta Nov. 3. The Sunday
School at various churches In town
were well attended. Mrs. L. Wash
ington has returned from the Dis
trict Board No. 2 of the N. E. T.
Association. She raports a nice time-
The Sisters saw fit to make her
the president of the Women's depart
ment. The Sunday School Institute
of the Unity Association held a
anlnnitlH . xpfotinn here FridaV and
Saturday.. Thero Is a church fair
onlntr mi at the Rt. Paul C. M. E.
church. The reporter is running a
cafe on Conner of Jones ana uoree
street and desires his many menas
if hungry to call and see him. There
Is whore you will find your paper.
Mr Will Henderson Is nafklne his
things to move to Marshall, where
Mrs. Henderson has been for some
tlmo. Rev. Taylor of Texarkana.
preached at Enon 1st Baptist Church
We are sorry to know that Mr.
Ed Wiukley an old respected cltl.
zen Is very low sick at his home.
M va Wo trcra MkPIiiu la nn lha slo.k
list. Everybody ought to read the
Dallas Express, It is only b cent
per copy and you will find It at
the Jefferson Cafe, every Saturday
NATIVE AFRICAN SPEAKS AT
(Continued from page 1.)
wants Is a God of Mve who came to
di for him. We believe In Him and
we are going to teach the world that
childlike faith. . ,u .
"We muil make our contribution to
Christianity. If Afrir-a is going to
contribute anything- to Christianity It
mut be done by our going- there our
selves and, through our kinship, teach
ing: our brother so that we may make
that contribution." ,
Or. Aggrey spoke at one or tne
public meetings of the Colored Btu-
v m r a rrfi..ra' Conference
of the Middle Atlantic Territory
ltev. .nanning n. hiuim, uuav.
cretarlee of the V. M. C. A. Colored
Men s IJepartmem. expressea us w
I lief that American Negroes, who Java
Been well traiuea win give w
NKGKORS DRAW COINt LINK.
Tokyo, Japan, Nov. 4. Negro
airlb-o hrenkera. of the crew of the
I . . . i . i . .. . .......... ii t I hsiiinH fnr
San Francisco, tried to "Jim Crow"
the Chinese delegates to the Wash
ington Disarmament uomerence, tuu
protested against waiting on them
or caring for their cabins.
We look with regret upon this
i.w.i. i..ni if it la authentic Neeroes
being proDaDiy tne greatest uner-
1 JI.Amln.Hnnd atlfttllH
era huiu i;o unHiiiuiiwuuwui" ....
I ... it... vArv lant in nrnntlpA It UDOn
others. It is especially unfortunate
in hi panfl tiMtniina the men were
'official envoys, evidently men of
i ue una uim luiiueuvc,
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my. Illshly peffunwd. Smlitltteiia mI IlK'klnkr 1
jj nl, innrlrct or nappt htlr cauiin It to frow Ion. I
fl (tft:fl. itiM Itching icalpmnd falllnf half. I
m DRUG STORES SJT 25c
1 f,PNT 1VAVTBD. Wrilt lof tprclil drill. I
HEOLIt MEDICINE CO., Atlanta, Oaf
t On account of sadden death If
of Nr. B. E. Coleman, all If
If EXCELSIOR MUTUAL MEM-
BERS on whom he collected
1 . . . v.
1 are requested to phone in f i
Z their present address in or-ft
der that we may furnish
ft you with a collector at once, ft
i The Association it
Phone is Y 4557
Baylor University College of
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10:00 to 12:00
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