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Tim PALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JOKE 24, 182a.
Excelsior Mutual Beaet;! Association t'bliaj, TexJt; 0 Q . n ii. i n RfllSlng th6 Family- Thai pcrycmoticMwinghasbitMatoo. " ' FSh61 ; ' 1 " ; .... - . I TEXAS 9 TOWNS Marshall. On Thursday. June Uth ' beautiful home wedding was aolemnlt- ! ed at the home of Dr. and Mrs. J. O. Williams. The occasion belag the mar riage or their daughter, Fannie Mae to Prof. H. K. Robinson. The home was beautifully decorated and a host of friends were present Promptly at 8:30 o'clock the bridal oarty came In to the strains of Mendelashon's wed. ding march, played by Mrs. Luclle Do San Tycer. Mr. Hobart Reld was bent man and Miss Lillian Williams, Ihe bride's sister, was maid of honor. The bride came In alone and was met by the groom. Dr. C. K, Brown, pastor of Ebenczer church performed the cwnmony. Tney left Immediately on the Sunshine Knecla! fnr RnctrHai.. i Texas, their future home. They were ' Rev. A. Mason preached an excellent accompanied to the stattion by a sermon for tho Daughters of Tabor, number of their friends, where they: The Express is the paper to lead, generously showered them with con-1 Sunday was a high day at Allen's gratulatlona and rice as a token of Chapel A. M. E. Church. Dr. J. H. good luck and happiness. The bride Warmsley of Ranger, arrived on the carried a beautiful boquet of white Sunshine, and was met by a com gladlolas and fern tied with a big bow pany of young men; and were motored or white rnaline and she wore a smart to the parsonage where a real home coat suit of tan colored trlcotine with prepared dinner was awaiting his ar hat. eloves. Bhoes and other occa- rival. At 3 p. m. He gaved us a great 0-"r,. to matoh- She Is a graduate lecture on Unity. Then After a spirit, of Wiley university. The groom Is a ; ually feast, little CasBie Lee Garnett, capable Professor of Rockdale, Texas the Ideal charm of Rev. and Mrs. Gar and is principal of a school at Lln-nett was-baptized by Dr. J. H. Warn coin. Texas, gifts from the many do- I Bley and at night .the good Dr. preach, nors were numerous and cholcey. They ed a noble sermon to crowded house departed with the blessings and good from Matt. 8-35 verse, wishes of a host of friends. Kern. Services were good at New Mrs. Elizabeth Campbell who dledat , Hope Baptist church. Rev. J. 8. Adair her residence In Eastern portion, of i preached two strong sermons. Services this city, after a long illness, will he largely attended. Collections good. Mr. to rest in the old family cemetery. Spence Hunter and Miss Willie Foun Trte IT. B. F. and S. M. T. are making tain were married Sunday evening, elaborate preparation for the coming Rev. A. A. Brown officiated. Mrs. S. of the U. B. F. grand lodge which ' Ware keeps busy at her store and meets In Marshall In the latter part of . beauty parlor. Rev. M. C. Young & w" . Bledsoe and Lieut. Col. preached two sermons at the A. M. B. f. B. Dennis will see after the homes church. Service good and largely at for all persons attending, tne grand tended. The Mosaics turned out May lodge. Mrs. J. V. Stewart is doing 14 .the exercise was grand. Sermon very nicely since her operation at by Rev. A. A. Brown, pastor of C. M. rv n ii ii n jut'iiim itw iiunpiitii. mrm. ij. a. Jackson of Palestine is the guest of Mrs. W. H. Jackson, she It; associate Royal O. Matron of Mason, Mr. R. II. McFarlln leaves for Chicago, which will bo his future home, ho will -live with Ms daughter, Mrs. Beatrice Bag by. Mr. Joe Floyd died at his residence on Mills street after a short illness with dieheta coma remains shipped to New Boggy for Interment, buried with honors of the K. of P.'s. Woodmen and V. B. F. The returned students from Tuskegee institute were royally entertained Thursday night by the Tuskegee club at the residence of Miss Sarah Anderson.. Okmulgee. Okla Judge D. J. Wal. lace delivered the prlclpal address at the N. A. A. C. P. meeting last Sun ay. Bishop Harriet, presiding bishop of Oklahoma and Arkansas, was here Monday, June 12th, delivered an able sermon at St. Paul C. M. E. church of Which Kev. J. B. Brooks Is pastor. Mrs. J. B. Brooks and children are ' fibre. They are handsomely domiciled over to Ladonla, Sunday to witness In the C. M. E. parsonage. Rev. Brooks the game. Honey Grove vs. Ladonio. the pastor of St. Paul Is bringing Batteries for Ladonla. King and Dog things to Pass. The church fair at ge; Honey Grove: Foster and Yoak Franklln Chapel M. B. church last Um. The boys were In fine trim and week was a grand success. The va- played a smooth game. Emmol Ward rlous attractions were Interesting, hit heavy, bumping the fence at will. Mrs. Sallle Bowser of Muskogee, was Oeorge Wesley played a star game on a week-end guest of her daughter. I jrd base. The pitcher. Foster and Mrs. Minnie Brown of S07 North Miis- catcher Yoakum had the Ladonla nine kogee avenue. She departed Saturday at their mercy. Mrs. Lillian Bitters of for Muskogee The Juneteenth Is be- this city la visiting her mother. The lng celebrated her today. An overflow ing amount of oratory Is expected to be forth coming. Little Eula Mae Thompson .aged three years, daughter of Mrs. Annie Thompson died Saturday evening after a brief illness, funeral Sunday at St. Paul C. M. E. church. jTlev. J. B. Brocks officiated. Marcus Garvey, chief promoter of the TJ. N. I. " A. addressed an audience In the Dream land theatre Saturday night. For pub lic information, the following questions were put tip to Mr. Garvey. 1 How can you be provisional president of Africa and at present, a British suh Ject, a natlce of West India? 2. If you succeed In harnessing up the American Negro In the U. N. I. A. and raise the 6 million dollars and pay off the Llberlan debt, wnat will the American Negro derive from ItT As a Brlt'.rh subject will you not have churches in town Sunday. Kev. J. H. to pay off the debt through the Brit- Vviiiiums of Temple, Texas, delivered Ish consul? Why not become an Am- a very Instructive sermon at the In erlcan citizen to lead the American dependent I'artlst church on last Sun Negro? day. Rev. w. E. Adams is making Dr. A. L. Wallace, stole away from the wheel of progress hum with the friends here last week. His friends are &t. Luke A.. '.A. K church. The an delighted to know that he Is at home nlla! sermon of the Home and Aid 8o wlth a wingless anarel he foun in elety was a success. Rev. A. K. Golf. New Orleans. Mrs. Wallace Is one of pastor of the M. E. Methodist church the accomplished ladles of Now Or- oftlciated. Miss Alberta Garnett has !nns. Dr. Wallace, a leading physician returned from Austin, Texas, where of this city. . , she has been attending school. Mrs. Mrs. C. Beverly of 307 North 7th Pearl Prater of Ardmore, Okla., who avenue, accompanied Bertha Hairy of a the daughter of Mrs. Clara Dixon Tulsa, departed for Paris, Texas, Sat- left for her home accompanied by urday night to visit relatives ana her mother, Mrs. Dixon, who will make friends. . . 'Ardmore, her future home. Mrs. Frank ' ' .'Garnett and Quinn Mllon left for an I.a Jnnt. Cole The programs t -xtended stay In Dallas. Mrs. H C. both chnrc'ies were good Sunday. M'SB bright has returned from Martin, . Katherlne Jones, the Superintendent or where she spent few days with home the Mt. ''.Ion Sunday school with her fo)k8. Mrs. Captolia Ford of Marlln, t-ochers raised $fl.Sl In Sunday school TCiagi lF the city visiting her Runday morning. Mrs. Lena Masor. the aiBip,... MrSi u l, young and Mr. arreat evangelist Is In the city, tome w K Fullylove hae returned from out and hear her at the A. M. l'.. San Anloni0l where t iey attended the ohiireh. Mrs. Mason Is domiciled at Mr. :Gran(1 tjegHion of Pythian Lod( o. The and Mrs. J. W. Marshslls, 517 Smith. reprcacnlativea rendered an excellent Ian avenue, ttov. O. B. & Ware of ,.eport rrom -ame.. Mrs. Ada Glpson Houston. Texas, was Joined In holy , ,eft for rort Worth, where she wlil matrimony on June 8th at Walescn- nial(e her future home. Rev. A. G.Har burg, Colo., to Miss Clara Bumpero. r8 and Mr. Marrls of Temple moior We hope the couple a pleasant sail ed tQ the u Ja()t week QU buglneHg ipon the sea of matrimony. Miss MaK i Jnlprovement Is being made on the In. rle..H",a ' T dependent Baptist church which will 'J11'??; W a Jnk,n and r d m"cn t lts appearance. A grand of Wellington. Kans., are visiting juneteenth celebration was held with their parents and grand parents. Mr. the Brown chapel Community. Little and Mrs. M. A. Hall, Grand Master , ii;,iztlbth jJun, vialue Bull and EliJr Cammell of the U. B. F s and 8. M. n j,, ent Huaday wltn relatives in T.' u, DUV. r U.0r.0 .S Lt- Mrs. Fannie Cervantces is plcas fln J pmS 'JSn ':Hn hr f 'ends. by motoring to the tors to the city. Miss J reeman ren- Tne Rof,cbud AMiletio club is in full era.Jfi?itiJ ? ' ur,rr. 55' progress. The game. Ros.bud vs. Lott Dudley an : little son of Garden ' clty.j worth while- Th8 8C0reB wer6 , iC'1"Mr n.vi lulL oi.JvI'to 6 In favor of Rosebud. Mr. J. H. "rl'Sna S ni.rtlSr i.? H" Mltchel, manager, is endeavoring to Garth Is r- render of tho Express. Lit- k t " t, . b. t ln hl sec- tie Miss Harlette E. Owens visited 1 JV"9 6" " 1 " hec aunt and cousin not Ion r ago In. Cheraw. Las Animns won the game MllforaV-Social : Mrs. Willie Mae from the L Junta Tigers Sun.lay. Mrs. I Henderson of Dallas, was the guest of Valley Mai shall gav j a big nice Bible hBr mother. . Mrs. Edith Carter, Mlsf to the A. M. E. church Mrs. F E. uernice Richardson went to Italy jnuuic ... ouii- day in the new churcn auditorium, Mrs. Ruth Greene and chllu-en left for "Wichita, Kans., on the ltith to visit her father and friends. Mrs. Eva C. Woods Is in the city. Mrs. C. M. Jones, and daughter. Fay Helen, and Mrs. M. Clark of Pueblo are spending a few days "with Mr. and Mrs. L. I. Manlet'. , We.Khrford.rvices well ,t,end. Mj5!T, "llLtS- !,..),,.. lv, other a A Nev'h il 'r of Mt. Marlah . Laptist church, !iA"n ,',muv at li o'clock At :k-unyy school was well attended at Yt Sunday i1l5it the dauRh era f o'clock. Rev. Thompson preached L;r V" cl No. 17 :.ad their annual etirrlng sermon, also t night. 1 sermon preached. The program was well' rendered. Mrs. 8. P. Aloxander gave a 6 course dinner In honor of her , mother, Mrs. Williams. A beau tiful boquef was presented by Mrs. Flora BlackwelL The dinner was ser. ved by Mrs. Ella Ward. Those present: Mrs. Henry Ward, Mrs. Blackwell, Mary Young, Mabell King, Callle Strickland, Mary Alexander. Last Bun day, Mrs. Llzr.le Rucker 'entertained with a 6 course dinner. Those pres ent: Miss Ruth Upshaw, Miss Fred die Harris and others. The 19th of June was celebrated by the citizens which was a grand affair. Mrs. Chas. Hlmmonn and mother are still sick. Mrs. Allle Wooden entertained with a fie. .n.a.Bi laHio ci. cnurcn. Denton. Rev. P. F. Jackson preach ed a splendid sermon Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. He also preached anoth er soul stirring Sunday at night. The Sir Knight i and Daughters had their annual sermon Sunday at I o'clock. At First Baptist church. Rov. B. Smith officiated. Rev. and Mrs. P. F. Jackson attended the mid-summer meeting at Dallas. They report a most oxcellent session. Mr. Blackmon made a trip to Brownwood last week on business. Mrs. B. F. Crawford and little daughter, Carrie of Wichita, Ivans., are visiting their mother and father, Mr. 'and Mrs. Crawford of this city. Born to Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Han cock, a son, mother and son doing nicely. Honey ;rve. Mrs. Hazel Perdue from Van Union, Ark., Is here visiting hue it linplnli.il' ...l n. V. a ...I. ,1 a ,.r..wi .. n.,. t.' Knights and Daughters of Tabor held their annual thanksKivInK services Sunday, Rev. Lamb preached for thorn. An Interesting as well as impressive program was rendered. Rev. J. R. Swanccy moved to Beaumont this week. Deacon Davenport, Brother Rog ers also moved to Beaumont. Mrs. Jes sie Davenport and Booker were the guests of Mrs. A. JU Pendleton Sunday The L. P. C. club was entertained by Mrs. W. H. Taylor. Rev. J. C. Cole, man was in Paris Sunday. Mrs. Pope is indisposed. Little Miss Lovine Byrd in conilned to bed. Miss Mary Helen Yoakum, who has been very sick for several weeks is Improving. Brother Ben Fuller has .a very sick boy. Rosebad Services were exceedlnly good and well al;?nded at all tht 211 as Georir a Mae Dan e s. Mr. Edward Duvoe went to Waxahachte. Miss Ollie Buckley, Messrs. John Kelly and Harry Wright went to Dallas. Miss Terressa Llmbsly of Waxahachie Is the guest of Miss D. H.ll. Miss Dewey Hill made a flying tup to Dal las. Mrs. mma Wlllia.iij, who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Mat- tie Clemona has returned to her nome subject "Demonlo" Luke 8:35. Collec tion for the day $15.90. Mr. Herbert Litt'e went to Dallas. Little Mabel Beaty Is visiting in Hillsboro. i St. James A. M. K. Chorch. I Rev. W. B. Baker, Pastor. I Sunday school was well attended at 11 o'clock. Rev. Baker preached an excellent sermon. The entertainment which was given In the honor of the girls returned from school was a grand affair. The Misses Beaty. Rich ardson, Banton, Wrigh thank the young men of the city. Wolfe CHt. Prof. W. J. Taylor was In the city on business. Mrs. I. M. Hollls and little son. 8. J. are visiting I In Dallas. Mrs. Ellen Walson died Sun- I day, June 4 and was laid to rest at. Mt. anion cemetery. Kev. J. a. un- more officiated. She leaves a mtie son and host of relatives to mourn her lost. Little Flora Mae Wood, the Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mc- Klnley Woods, died June iz ana was laid to rest at Mt. Carmel. Miss Myrtle Klnr and Mr. Clarence King were the guests of Miss Eleanor Jones. Rev. F. R. Randies Was In town Saturday. Mrs. Sarah Lofton is visiting ln Dal. las, Mr. Albert Cherry is home after a pleasant stay ln Tulsa, Okla. The Knights and Daughters of Tabor had their Thanksfrlvins: sermon preached. The Maids and Pages of honor render ed a splendid program. Mr. Robert Collins departed this life Sunday, June 18. Mr. Collins leaves a wire ana a host of friends and relatives. Ullnier. Enrollment In Gtlgal Bap tist Sunday School. Sunday, 41 j col lection $3.66. Class taught by Miss Alee Marablo continues to hold the banner. . Pastor, A. W. Kennon, ably filled his pulpit Sunday morning at the C. M. E. church. At 8 o'clock, he preached another of his thougntrui sermons to the Knights and Daugh ters of Tabor who had assembled In their annual thanksgiving services. Much credit is due. The Knights and Daughters for their promptness and well arranged program. They present ed Little Vivian Byas 81.00 for her services at the piano. Rev. Jos. B. Kenton, pastor of Taylor's chapel A. M. E. church visited friends In Hous ton last week. J. H. Anderson, Na tional Supervisor of the wonderful workers of the wortd stopped over and Installed the following offlcesa for the Invincible lodge No. 75; W. H. Hardlman, president; x'rs. Rosa lee Smith, vice president; Mis. D. H. Watson, past president: Mrs. Lula Loving, secretary; Mrs. Maggie Mathla, treasurer; Mr. Chas. J. Walker, Mar shall: Mr. Geo. Lynch, chaolin. Mrs. N. Mosley; Mis. E. Cooper, Mr. John Avery, Mrs. Beatrice Chadwlck, Mrs. Easter Strong, Mrs. Janie Turner and others were chartered members and fill Important places In the lodge. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Willie Marable, a bouncing boy. Mr. M. T. Turner, left Friday to "bring back the belt" from a prize fight with Chester Cheat- am In Ixniislana. Mr. James Smith Is here with his galloping stead-to chal longe anyone for a race. Rev. James Hiioorn preached at Summerfleld Sun. day. I'latrnii, Oklii. Summer School at llj Is city has big enrollment. The Third Annual session of the summer ichool for Colored teachers at the Mo bile County Training School of which Isaiah J. Whitley Is principal has to. tal enrollment of 2t5. which la the largest In the history of the insti tution. Teachers are enrolled from about 15 counties In South Alabama and Mississippi. Addresses were de livered the past two weeks by Prof. R. E. Tldewell, State Assistant Super intendent of Education, Montgomery, Ala. Prof. S. B. Simmons, State Sup ervisor of Vocational Agriculture, Tus kee Institute and Prof. AVm. H. Hoi. loway. Director of Rural Sociology, Talladega College, Talledega, Ala. Temple A splendid program was rendered Tuesday night at the Corinth Baptist church, by the Dett's Recital club, under Instruction, of Miss Hat tie Taylor. A large audience was present, Including a large number of white citizens. Mr. and Mrs. 8. M. ' Romclle entertained a large number of young folk Saturday evening at I their home In honor of their children, j Ouiaaelle and Leola. who left Sat urday for Anderson to spenl the summer with their grand parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wright, and family left Sunday evening for Dallas to visit I relatives. Messrs. Robert, and Willie Smith of Dallas, accompanied by the later's wife, en route to Caldwell to i visit parents, stopped over with friends in Temple last Saturday. Little Miss lAlverla Wimbush nd her little bro. ! ther, children of Dr. Young of Cam eron are the guests of Mr, and Mia Robert Guy. Messrs. E. L. C. Brad- Jford, C. C. Polk, Ernes; Deaver, O. H. Hunter, Clifton L. Brev?er and Dr. J. M. Lawson attended the Royal Ach Grand Lodge last week. Mrs. ; John Alexander accompanied by her children, left last week for Waurlka, Okla. The financial and membership ' Campaign -which was pulled off at the 8th Street Baptist Church In benefit I of the Sunday school resulted for ! much good. On the morning of the contest over one hundred stud-nts were present and Miss Mineo.a i.ac cllff was awarded the prise for bring ing ln the most members. Collection 820.00 which entitled Mrs. B. House to the prize for having raised the largest amount of money. Miss Al meta Robinson was awarded first prize for leportlng the most nw mem. bers. Miss Edna Nelson of Phoenix, Ariz., ister to Mm. Edgar Rice and Mr. ana Mrs. Bill Mazy, their daughfc ter Hestsr, and Mrs. Adllne Jones of Bryant were the gueats" last Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Rice of South fith street. . Mesdames Adline Jones and B. Hazey are aunts to Mr. Rice. Mrs. Katie Overton of Oklahoma City Is the guest of sister, Mrs. Sam Str'lngfellow of South 6th street. Mrs. A. C. Ellis of San Antonio. Grand Ma tron of the Order of Eastern Star made her annual visit to the Carna tion Chapter No. 37 of Temple las! wek, while here she stopped with Mrs. JT S. Dawson. Mesdames vrlllie Maul and Velosle Hancocks of Los Angeles. Cal., accompanied by. their child. n are visiting frleni'j and rela tives In Temple. Mrs. Ruoy Robinson Downing is visiting friends ln Wichita Falls. The 19th of June was celebrat ed at the Bon.Ton Park. Free barbe cue and dinner In general was given to all present and quite a nice time was had. A picnic was given on the 19th at the Leon River under the aus pices of the Corinth Baptlrt church, which was a success. The K. of P. ball team wants to play any team In Texas, any time. Tcague. Sunday was a nigh fay In Teague. Good Sunday school at North Teague Baptist church. Ttev. Adair, pastor. This My U proud to havn Rev. Adair as pastor. Rev. Adair eould not get here, he sent Rev. E. J. Hnney of Htitibard. A good Sunday school at South Teague Baptist Church. Rev. Alexander of Palestine Is pastor of that church. Rev. Alexan. der will begin his drive for 100 souls r Christ, the first Sunday ln July. Rev. Wilson.- pastor ol' the M. E. churched preached a sermon Sunday night. Hev. Wllsen Is a young preacher but hns hulMeu a parsonage com mendable tn Teague. A. M. IS. Sunday school of which Rev. Anderson of Pelhnm is 'pastor Is still In tho race, liev. S. M. Itrltt will fill his pul pit next Sunday ot Antloch Primitive IlopilHt church. Miss Ivo Jon Garrett Is visiting Mies Helen Derson of Cor- subject "Demonic" Luke 8:85. Collect-'alcana, who has Just returned from alcana, who baa Just returned from WaahingtoD. Mr. Henry Hudson and hla two sisters took a flying trip to Mexia. Mr. Clarence Johnson and wifo of Ennls are visiting Mr. R. J. Brew-, er. Miss Helen Davla and Miss Beatrice Mallcott of Dallas are visiting her mother,. Mrs. R. E. Lewis. Mr. R. J. Brewer, Roxle Smith and Rachlel Lew- . Is have returned from the grand lodge at San Antonio. Mrs. Janle O'Banlel and daughter are visiting In Ennls. Aunt Maragret Grason's funeral will be attended at First Baptist church, North Teague, the third Sunday In July. She was here when the stars fell. Mrs. Iola Davis has bought a I new player piano. Starlight No. 368 K. of P. meets every 1st and 3rd Tues day night. Mr. C J. Lucky, Mrs. Juvll, Mrs. Gabriel are still on the sick list. A good many went to the foot wash. lng at cotton uin, eunaay. The sir Knights and Daughters held their annual anniversary at the South. Tea gue BaptlBt church. Rev. B. W. Sum mers of Mexia, preached. The Tents conducted by Queen Mother Davis . was enjoyed by all. Miss Ethel Davis sang. What would you give In ex-1 change for your souiT Mr. Blllle Hat cher was Master of ceremony. Tabor Is doing fine with Mr. Ben Watts as CM. Mlneola. The son of the lute Gro. Walton is very sick, at ibis writing. Mesdames. Margia, Orange, Mary Pet- tio, Annie Deary, Lorene Brown and Mr. Columbus all are on the sick list. however, they are reported improving to the dellRht of friends. Mrs. Allie Williams from Houston 4r ln the city visiting at the residence of hoi motther, Mrs. Emmaline Pate. .Mrs Ether Johnson and Mrs. Jewell Hol lens left for Dallas. Miss Acidic Dell Edwards of this city left for Dallas Inst Sunday to spend the lftth of Juno. Mrs. Julia Jackson from Tyler was In the city' last week, enroute to Dallas to vlsl ther ron Brian. Miss Jewell Hickman from Dallas is here visiting her . mother, Mrs. HickmRn. Mr. Rolligan from Houston was- ln the city last week at the residence of Mrs. Louise; and left for his honie at Houston. Mrs. McCoy Williams from Greenville was ln the city Saturday at the home of Mrs." Lara McFauldcr, she was enroute to Tyler. Mrs. Clara Matthes and her dauRhter M'sn Mon teen Holts left for Duncan, Okla. rn tho l!lth Tnst. Andrew Davit. Jr., i-nd brother, Bclfoit reporter for the Kx rtrens and Defender visited all the .churches of the city with one excep tion and found them in very proRress ive meetings. The Fopp Ball tr-ni went to Quitman last Saturday iirtcr "oon to cross hats with the club there; they matched two r.anifs v.itli Quitman, and one with the Wehwtrr boys. Mineola played the Wehstev vovs snd wrn the pame. hv score of 7-2. Mineola tthen plavrd Quitmsn "ith F'bert Jones pitching, which resulted in a tie, one and one. In ihe children's rVv exercises much has been said about the reported ovorlcokinr: the nrl'viUes of a ycur 'rtv ttrndunte of Texas College last veir. who soke in a very creditable way. Some think the reporter is den- JIM JAM BLUES I I .. J BET HOT (WANG WANG BLUES) SWEET CO OKIE ffl. PLBASB SWGAREE BLUES and many other late hit. OKEH RECORDS 75 Cents. We pay the pos tage on four or more Records. . , ,T. , Also a full line of BLACK SWAN RECORDS, by Ethel Waters, Trlxle Smith and others. Out f Tows i: rirrm Filled Promptly. P. 8. Pianos, Victrolas and Plionoiraphs on easy terms. EAST TEXAS PHC-NOGRAII CO. I0T 1-2 East Erwln Street Ty.er, Tan B. J. JONES, Manager The Wonderful Hair 7 J - s V A SATISFACTORY INVESTMENT BEAUTIFUL HAIR AND SMOOTH SKIN Guaranteed by the use of French Preparations which have stood the test of time. PARISIAN HAIR GROWER and BEAUTIFIER PARISIAN PRESSING OIL and PARISIAN SKIN LOTION the best that money can buy. Why experiment? A trial order will con vince you. MAIL ORDERS A SPECIALTY Agents and Hair Dressers WHITE BOX 706 PARISIAN K0SMETIC CO. TEXAHKANA, TKXAS. tfned to give E. T. A., all credit pos siblo and Ignore others, but this la not true and we wiuh to Inform all that the reporter Deem Miss Hill one of the most talented young ladies of our town; and we would not leave her out of the writing intentionally. Some of we Colored people should stop overspeeding our tongues. Prof. Jones, principle of the city school gave diplomas to his studentn. The Dallas Express for sale every Satur day at Lawyer Johnson's Cafe. Luf kin, The.. Good Will Baptist church had their services during the day with an appreciative audience in attendance. Rev. Roberts, pastor has bought a home 4n this city. Rev. l.enslcy, pastor of the New Zion Bap tist church had a good service Sun day with a large crowd In attendance. Rev. H. B. Morton, pastor of the C. M. E. church was at Manning Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Edmonds iiave a surprise party on Wednesday night for their daughter, alter her arrival from school. Many of ther friends were present. Lufkin and Nacog doches crossed bats, on the Saturday, June 17th; the score was 6-7 in favor rf Lufkin. The Knights and Daughters held their annual services ut the C it. E. church; Rev Adams of Cedar Grove C. M. E. church preached the sermon. Rev. Adams is conducting: a revival nt li is church. The Masons annual sermon was preached, at the C. M. E. church, and a large audience was in attendance. The teacher of ithe card class of the C. M. I., church; I Mies S. E. Hackney of Long Chapel Sunday school gave a picnic in the grove for tho school children, six were promoted to a higher class. The children witnessed a nice time. Miss Hackney Is a splendid young lady. MAMIE SMITH Aim iirr jazz m HOUNDS 1 World's GreatestM Blues Singer. Hear Her Latest U On Okrh Iteeords SWEET MAH OF MINE" (LET'S AG REUS TO DM AGREE) I Dresser and Grower. Oae thousand agcats wanted Goed Money made. We want agents in every city and Til lage to sell THE STAR HAIR GROWER. Thli is a wonderful prepar ation. Can be used Witt or without straightening- Irons. Sella for 25c per box one 2fio box will prvve Its value. Any pel. in th.t will use a 25c box will be eon v'need. No matter what has failed to grow your hair )u.-,t s;lve TUB STAR. HAIR GROWER a trial and be convinced. Bend Ite for full , (lie bet. If you wish to be agent send $1.00 and we will smd you a full sup ply that you can be gin work with it at once; also agent terms, end you a full sup- ey order Till) STAR HAIR GROWF.lt MAMI. FACTCHKRS Ilox 812, Grerasbvro, K. O. t-I-tf VAK WOMEN ATTENTION LES. auch -a Ovarian Pains, Pains in the lower part of your Stomach, Bear. Ing-down rains, Headache, Backache, Painful or Irregulur Periods. If you have that tired, wornout. Nervous and run-down feeling so common to worn- T ...v.. V, . all trllljta nf en. j, jvu - medicines and - doctors, and even though you nave Deen "."," operation was necessary YOU MAY BE MADE WKLL AND STRONO iniTM Writ a ttw FTtR.M booklet of Infomatlon and advice today. Til 10 PKLVO MEDICI NN VO. Memphis, T. -l-4t DALLAS BLACK GIANTS ENGAGEMENTS , AT HOME WITH New Orleans, June 17, 18, 19. 20, 21 Galveston June 24, 25, 26, 27 Monroe Clanls July 1, 1, 3, 4 Fort Worth July 22, 23, J4 Port Arthur July 29, 80, 31, and August 1 1 Dr. R. E. Gilton, 1 8V1MJKON DENTIST XA EXAMINATION "and" Scientific Treatment of vour TEETH end GUMS ,.. T. .. .. f Office Hour Telephones S a. m. to Office L. 3801 Ij 6 p. m. it Res, L. 3971 L. 5630 f.i i'l fiii.TON niTn-nixo. Oth and Calhoun Kts. bX. Worth y MISS THOMAS, Assistant. A HEALER OF GREAT POWER. !5 & V v -'i '.: Every man and woman abtuld see tnls wonderful woman, for she cai. tell yiu many things that will put you to wondering. Madame Jefferson can brlnj tangled brains to the UKht of helpful sensibility, cthe can cure any disease tn'ii: vou were not corn with. In fact, . tn locate any dis ease In the humar. body and toll your complaint merely by your writing hjr. wr.en other doctor nave raited, tnen write her and she will give you full details or your aisease. Madame Jefferson possesses a nat ural-born alft from birth and Is one of the greatest licensed preachers ' the aire, .'.lie has a supernatural gift Qnd has e'lven her power to hea and lead ner people. Her aavrce on dusi ness problems are worth more than you will ever be able to pay. Only business matters will be answered. Send 10 cents In stamps for reply. Madame Jefferson has discovered a wonderful hair restorative. It grows hair on bald heads. For consultations other than sick- nt.is scnu 12.00, and If you take the treatments, this will go on your bill Aodress Madame Ida li. jeirarsoo fEvana-ellst A. M. E. Church. North. Texas Cc-.r -Hnce), R. 1, Hot 202, Lona-vlcw, lexaa. O. U. O. of Kntgbts of Bhephere wants one thousand (1.000) or aieir- deputies to organise and set up local indues in every state or tne u. d. i puties botb men and women are situ Ins one hundred (1100.00) dollars t one hundred and fifty (tlSO.OQ) dol lars per month. Experience not neces ssrv. we will teach you free. We are renresenten tn ruteen 111 states (firing thousands nf men nnt women work to do In earn state. W guarantee you steady employment so' regular pay. For District Dem'tx.'hlr to set up lone-e anvwhero In U S wrlt Plr I W. Davis. R O C. V firtd Michigan sveni.'j. Kansas Cltr M'n. TCnrlnan I ennl atamna for sr1- reply. . 4-7-tf ' Most people need money when there's death in the famllr- Some times they want to carry the bedj out ol town or they may waut to end for a relative. If you thick you need this kind f SERVICE take Insurance with the EXCELSIOR M1CTUAL BKNEFIT ASSOCIATION We pay death claims ln 24 heart. Any person der-lring such preten tion, call at room 209 Pythian Tem ple 2649 Kim St., or call Y. 4oit, - H. STRICKLAND, President, . ' , 8. OO FIELD, Secretary . ', golden Toma mwo:3)R" Indiges tion Bilious ness. Constipa tion and 1M Now is the sickly season. Take Colden Tonic and keep well. ' Price $1.00. Call at your druggist, if they haven't it send to us for it .2 ounce sample sent free to any who haven't used Oolden Tonic. We have hundreds of testimonials from eick who have been cured.' Olad to send them to any .wfce wish to read them.. If Not ot Your DniKfiiht, Phone la. Y 5818. Hit. LIXK MKDIC1N13 CO. .; , Manufacturers 305 So. Ervay St, Dallas, Texa ADA MOiVTOUMICRrS HAIR GROWER In three roonus will make the bat .on, soft and flossy. A trial -111 orovs '.t. Wbeo In Kansas City V4 on the saaaufacturer Wi want Uvt agents to represent us in every city and bamlet Box' of i-rcssing- oil, fOc; Bo's f Hair Grower, 80r; Special Qrower, Ctc. Mrs. Ada Monta-asaery, MaasJse turer. We guarantee our foods to grew hair and to be harmless. HI! Eucllo. tvansas City, Missouri Don't fall to visit our up-to-df.. flair Dressing Parlors Money must be sent with all order a4 IS eeats far vesiea. MRS. F.MAE TOS 1108 Jefferson Ave.. Fort Wort Texas. IVallnn In all kinds of Hair Gooda Snitches, Transformation and WIga, also cut hair by pound match all shades. Carry full line of Velvet Brown Toilets. Madam C. J. Walk er treatments Riven. Phone Rasedale 2357, lies Jeffrrsea Ave. MRS. F. MAE WIMS PHOHn X 7240 We Dye For Olhers Wty .. Not Ycr? LAWO'il Instantaneous Hair Dye, the very best L AINU'S System of .Hair Dressing Taught by mt.il or at residence. We manufacture the following: LAING'8 Product: Violet 'ream Hair Grower, Hair Dye, Sb.mpoo and UtrnlK'itenlnK Oil. Kcalp Disease Cured by Suientllic Treatment Di plomas riven. Ascents Wanted F.verywer Mm. VIOLA M1CKHAIIT, S!in Knlnnoaitt Alley, Dallas, Texas, -,-H-tt I Tht Clrrlet ii snre toaa a BatiKre. It' Sftlf-AJjotlinj, and simply al-pa ever the keaJ, rUtpt al 'V ' iiit suJ mitt' arm, and tswotli nt aj'y line. . IfyoarJtahfcan't gmtit, mii.,rra1 burnt msa.oriv, itrntt. 4Mtfiri tinti il.OO. Wt'lt .,.J thm Ci'eUt pre paid. Sizet34 tn48. Nemo Hyf !t.-r.ic-Faslkion ?nititte 120 Eot lrtla Su, Nw York. O-jp t M. ( I - y . ., - 11' ' ; -.Vv .V i j-. A"--.- III i. : ( it -I ' ; 1 .... '. . t ; . -jr: 1 ;.; " ' . 3-i