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SHCriMAil A' iicliotl, ;. . and u'aUKh I J. 'lid, I?; ( i.l,y 1 " l U lor ... Ha' tie Carson in Chi : v, ine Mock of Com hi ii in;; i. mi :! i;: I Wi.i ;,smr. tiood.son. I.K 'i' Jn.-tf! IJ'ju!, il-T'V.io ki:i J: . Or..:ii ' ( ,v!r. i.;;--. Kie.idle Mitch ell "n:l J, !'. 111'. i iiKiK'fl to l.'en Itltitl I': t'TTHic., ill' lljifl ,1., J V, (,n."l' ni'-t i.-?r jirl Mr'. ,T. l.V (.ioutlwon l" ii c ly linn ilcfl co'iiil" w!ij mar ( iiii?i i.) i.'iiiK-b n-nCM, liev. husI u. ii v.':'hi.,'i:. mth in.t., (') .111 ;;'!,';, llll'! 1:0 F.I'll St.. iVi'.IM I'Ol.ci:, Ol.ia., Ill- :.... (.). V. MtOi't 'J hey v.eie ;iImi a.; o;i p:' i: ; -i liy the liri(! i.iii ;.; !,, Miou M-iry Klliott, of liti: 10 1) .(( i;:ioin;.riri, .r. Zuck iiiiir.le'on, i l-i.-i city i.r'. J. J. Ji t,e.i f 'J'o.irli.tr.'i, Te;i, -ironic to Col oimld ;:i.-iiii48. Culo , r r-cMperatioii, Viiiidi! her Hih.'nr, Mm. 11. I,. Crown nud fr.iriily. Mrs it. f. lioiij-on and tioyn, Porter end Oii'iRim I n.;un, and I.Uhh Lj.:.tu, f'.or'ieiiuii urn miminfV.ne, In Color.; jo i-sinii':i, (, Ui i a , and vis iting In r BwUir, Airs iv.yrtia Crowe. The n.nrririKO of Mr. I .eon Watson to Mian Cfl .huh Ciarli.u to.i: ynimat ort afternoon JC.'ti tu.x hy Uev. J. !w. I'omili in. Mr, W'uL'ou !u .111 employee of Crowe Cleaning umi i'rtsnlng I'ar- lor. ;itlt aro deserving 5u'-K I ei ph l.'ii- Jim Hunt toy visited his moth or, Mi:;. M;uy OF.vin, in Kt. Worth the l!h Mr, !. I'.oll of Ft. Worth, (in expert vul'Utu-ji'r. in here con t'inilHlin -; opcTit'.ti; liusinn ij la tity dumicilod al. lAru j;i:t. Iiftlon's room Ins how.. Mrs. Maduj Iiivl.i lu tilck liblnd. ISCwij H.itt.ivi Coined has gon to Vi'xliita, Kan., to li.p Mr. unci )i!ra. J. 1). Dndiu'ti, our (ruKelt end tin! jr. married roiiplif, wore tho re clph'tnls Of iimny imndioin presents AC thyir nupliHl In R'usfcogw 15th (nut,, oIho ip.uviii( .iKuiduonie rocktr I1010 from Iiinhoi und Mrs. J. W. Mc-Ktnuc-y, Iiev. Dr. Kuyweil of T'lano, in liore d(nn ml.sHiou vork at Heth lilinm llHpliiif. Rfv. . Thoinns of IJctlilclu'ir. Uaptint l:i 111 Mexia on rtiiiiihloriiil work Mr. Ivory Fullpy lov left J Kill iiint Ovr M,. K. & T. '"i'CKA-A Kpnci:il" for vi:,it of iclatlvea In It City l?ov T. H. .Mcxandor, Iho 17 your old foy preacher of! (douirilng C.rovK of Itm f.'orih Txus A, M. K. fVinfe e;i'v, occuplod pulpit lit Piyno ChiiK 1 A M. B. moriiiiiR hud bvci'ini; IKth iti.-t d rrow.iod liomo. Mr. in'ta HldCk o St. J ouls, 4& vlliltlnn family. Hpi will P,o from hero to Cliirtiii.o. K?.' A. yiuitnons, now of IinniHon, will o-"(.np the pul pit Rl liolh (ii( iiiinr ntui ( Vi'Uiiiit i imv ib iitKht . i'.ta m:ii.. ;it l'-o' hliMi lifipUht. - ' IVtNERAL WtCS 8llcnilid aorvice ml I'.olhPi oil day. Hot. If. C. W. Koliiiii'o;i preached the loyal fcYiandu 3niraon faiidiiy night to n apprMtatlve au(!ionr;u. Pat-tor l?ol Ihboh reportH Kood hcm firoufsht from f Im.hvlilo. TI10 pro.-esi.ive Hiandard dl' li.H race there be fc.iyri in hi':h. Es lioflitlly oin;ht we to t.. proud of the jmk'iitiinf? plunt of Nnphlile lirotiKht ti hoar hy Hoy. R. H. !tod. V.'e are iroud of thu I:.qreHS. Loi her cinne. Verona Itoltmnoti, Uepoiler. On Sun day nlj;ht. Juuti 11th, liiiii Covol Fi iendg of Amerlr.a had their ai.'imal thanks rf.lvln Bxriium preach .-'i (it the first iapliHi; tihurch hy ffev W. T. Talloy. jHmb l. M. Norwood of l'. Worth, lb ,",!.!jig In tho city '01 a few weeliB. fihe Is the Knent of Muit. t-lli'dtoii. U'iv. l, lirown and wife and .Miss Philips upent Iho lSth In Jiu.li.ifit.ro. Itoru to Jtr. and Mra. Cornnliuh Mall on 6th Ulreet a flue bahy hoy; mother mid linhy Bt tills writing are reported rest ing nicely. His. OHi" Jurdon had re turned from l.i)rney, where she lins 1'iien to leave bor chi'dren with their j-.ru'idinother. Mrs. Ina it Up.diaw gave H tiiroo tiourso diniioc in honor of Itev. IK It. Harlloft on Monday. Tho menu reiiiiited of Rui.i.l on lettuce leaf, Inchon and dromung, frt.h lieauv, po titddB, sliced toma'jea, oeets, ice fream and dike. TIo (-"eats wore: (ter. Q. 11. llarlloe. Went 'lerford ; MIhs IrfiUio M. liyrd and Ml-s Myrtle V. t;ml!h, aliio of Weathorford. and aev-f-ral olhent. An enjoyahlo time Waa tiad bf all pre.Hent Mr. Wade Taylor1 l?as In I't. Worlli last week. Mr. Ray mond Chandler of Shroveuort, iKiiel 'Jiroufth on his way to 1-os An ;tile, Cal. Mineral Wells haa oi Raiiijed K rimt rrtaBM baaohall team. They-have Irlayod 14 Ratnes, won !,tot 5. and. tied 1 .110. Tho Knintils and Da :. ' ora bad their annual thanlinnivinp sermon neached at ?nd liaptiat ('.hnrch by Iter. If. C. W. RoliidHon, P. C. Mr. Mario Mnsley of Tylor. TeKas, Is, a lert!iftnt vitutor li tho city. Mr. Ha V.el Mirom baa opened a rsrs-t cln t'eauty parlor In the McMiilod place. The Manonb and Kar.tern iUars had their annua! thanks. giving berr..on lu'CM-hed ftt 1st Baptist Church by P. il, llw. W. T. Talloy. The 19th was felohrated here by a paradf. There were lota of decorated floats and outos. liaMihall name between Mineral Wells )lUck CU and the Dallas Hed Crh. . ROYSE CITY. ffimrtay wib a day tln.t will be long remembered. HuiKluy fti hool was well idfcndeit at all H.eclmr t.ivs of t'ne oily. turr. (. v. NehiOTi of Itockwall. wan f. lite post anil p'-e.L ji two sermons. Hi- Kn!i:hU, ) 'I-auehlers had a lrand llnift Rond. Mr Walter John Kin of Hoe.kwall. wan in Lie city Sim K'ay. Mr. Wilt (Kfrc! of f-iherman, vis ited bin iieiilier, Mm. U.K.hid (ixford. 1 lr. Ii. M. l'Vsntor in the city Mun !ay. TAth. Delia lA.ir mi.Je a flying Ji-ili to Greenville M.il iK'.'ay '."'ii' death .f l.'rs. Kva Cock 1 el! wif- of Mr. Ja (er C-n.'lireU, -was MhorU.113. f-,lw was tuniieily of thia (ity, but at her death t he wua Uvinx in' WiehtH Falls, Texas. 3ie tsci'iuoiiUi'lv ehot herself the flth fiiMi. and died the HUi aC Call l'ield iMiilnl. Bite was loved by all who I i'ci iir. ;i!iaiun was faro'iKhl l.ere l ed l.iiii to rest in. the ci'f c-iaetery. ') tin Children')! listy pruratnnio was I. old et the 1 i,ii' in! Cli'inf; and was a f mud all air. "'tie f-ar Knitits and t ..ii;:tilei a ravo a lil picnic the li'lh .l f. no. Hoy lift Oily ball hoy are ex I ectinp, (o play a name with I.avon ;ir. ,1.ih( '-i' Curkrell U in the city, f il.'iii'-s A) vei Price und Melvin 1 -V .nC l.inicvall are In the rlty f..r n i. iv days. Mr. Molvin Honeyoult (.1 Dli.m' friei in Una city vitiit,i(i ftev. (i v. U-;;e Mr. Walter Oxford w here l i.,.i!i)tfl rc-l:i.ivi)K i.d fi i.itid.-i. CtltS'JHME ; Prvor 1W1) a rev:v.it nt the 'p-ipdM. ' i.iii'. "ri v.i h HucnCHB. e.d'if!'! a( i-H were b,i.ti..-d Sisn-M-iii.. !',.m t. :r. I'nil I.'ra. J. K. an l;V.y i-:irl. Mr. anil Mrs. vii '5ii Kinl i'.M 'iiKr rid i-nn. I - i" -. j:: ;r-:i"i uml PV KJ.li I u 'i 'V li e, a la (' . v..,; ,fj V.1V,11S Mis i;iw.;i-iti K reivrri"! (nv.i Denver. 10. H'T !:). -.H ani I).i'.i;;hSor. oi i t . - ! 'tl tieir "r,,, :-", pro; fa .11 .Si.n- ;,f. (".;. '' ';a i.'uii h t.'l !n -j). III. TOWNS - Akhcs Joliniam and Mrs. Kranuls Hose and (lain;ltter w.re called to jjallas to Die bedside of their Bister and aunt hat woi k who w;m very aick. Air. and Mrs. 11. Alexander are visiting 'Jie'.r sl-.ter, Mr. Viola Mli.er at lloua ton. Mr. J. W. Hill haa returned from Jaur.:ont. Mr. Will Ayres haa re turned from the oil lield. Mr. H. Wal- uce of Ft. Woith. nas the guest of ilia brother ''ecently. Uev. JennioRj if (.raiidvlow, preached at the A. M. r). Church Sunday mornina;. The nioth cth' ciuh pavo nn entertainment Fri day nihht at the home' of Mr. and Mrs. C'harle? Chandler's, wilh .'.rt work on exhibit, which wes a prand aitair. Mr. 'janiaiH Fuller, who has been at the !:cdnhlo cf his sick father, has returned to Kansas. Mrs. Sarah Kelley and son uid nephew ore visiting their mother ..il l uranilinother at Leonard. Mzater -Oater l.avis of Leonard, who has been riiitins his brother and sister, Mr. and ACh. Claude Kelley, has returned to I eonard. Mrs. OU Watson of Ard jime. who has been visited her par rnls, Mr. and Mrs. (i. Goodman, and sister, Mrs. Certrude lkard, has re tinue J harno. ll.;V. Poiden and Little isi Keitlo Mae Sweeney attended the C:haulaii!iia at Dallas. Mrs. Eliza foot; hns returned frcm Hhttrman. Pioiroanivo Church rally was a sue- ess Sunday. Mr. Rentle of Muskogoe, Oklu., pJSed through the c'ty enroute o ftan Antonio Sunday. Mrs, Easter idley 1s still very sick. Kev. Winn i of Ft. Worth, was in the city Sunday to the Progressive Baptist Church. Mr. Ernest Matthew was elected as chalr nmn of the cemetery. Mr. Charles Gate-wood, secretary: Mr. James Jiak- er, tteisurer. Mrs. Lela Carwell and (laughter are vl.sltins their mother and erardmother at Wolfe City. Mr. H. j'-.iidlwr :pent Sunday m Ft. Worth, Mesdainea ViiKlnia Fortune and Flora Vritlif, spent Juneteenth lu Ft. Worth Ars. Kutie ylie's brother of Temple is hrr cuest laat week. The Shlloh Bi.Dt ist Sunday School and B. Y. P. U '.iUiiutanmia was held in Dallas last week. Hev. ' O. W. Burton, Kev. U Pouldcn and Nettle May Sweeney were delegatea. Haplizinff at the First Bap tist Church Sunday ni;ht paased off nicely. Social and Art Club Wednesday afternoon the Social and Art Club met with Mrs. Johnnie Belle as hoi;tcss. In response to the roll call each member gave a quotation ift.er which a business session was held. Tuna palad on leaves and prune whlte with white cake was served by the hostess. We adjourned to meet with Mrs. U K. Small. E. L. Phillips, leporter. laco. Shlloh Baptist Sunday School superintendent!! ami teachers were at their post of duty Sunday. Quite a number took nctlve part in discussing bo lesions. Mrs. Id Warren, a high ly respected member of the Shiloh Baptist Church, died some time be- twoen the hours of 11:U0 p. m. Tues day, 13th, and Wednesday a. m., 14th. Mrs. Warren had been in falling health about 14 months, but for the last few weeks had shown some Improvement, beliiK able to attend to some light bourn- work. On Tuesday night she 'at up unusually late and conversed with the family, retiring about li:3U. Wednesday morning a daughter, Mrs. lussie Davis, noticing that her mother was sleeping unusually late, went to awaken her and was horrined to nna her mother's body lifeless. Mrs. War ren was &0 years of age at the time of her death and had been a rmmher of the Shlloh Baptist cnurcn for 30 years. Surviving her are 'a husband, nine children and other relative Bar hi was In the Shlloh cemetery Thurs day morning. Rev. E. M, Randon of iiciated. We extend our heartfelt sym pathy to the bereaved family. Quite a number of out of town people are here this week to celebrate Juneteenth. F. J. Foster. Grrnbury. This was a high day for Alt. I'.bo BuptlKt Church. The M. E. church met with the Baptist Sunday School in a union meeting at 9:30; at 11:45 Uev. Wright ascended the ros '.rum. Pastor of the M. E. Church preached a noble sermon, text John 8:8. Subject, "Fruit Bearers." At 3 p. m. we attended the Knights nnd Daughters sermon. Our Pa, lor deliv ered the response, behind Dr. Wright. Then we went into 11 union Epworth League taught by Bro. A. F. Denver. Thou we returned to Mt. Ebo Baptist Church, prayer service was conducted by Rev. W. A. Anderson. At 8:4C the Pastor cuiue forth with a burning mes 5age. Te::t, Isa. 38:1, subject, "Clean Up." He preached as never before and our hearts were '.'lied with joy. Total cullectlon, $18.23. Rev. J. R. Knox, Pastor; Sinter Keil Secretary. TEXAS COLLEGE CONCERT COM PANY TOURING STATE The Texas Colle?e Concert Co. is still touring the State- in the interest of Texas College. Their programs are commended by all audiences. It Is a wonderful treat to hear them. They shall never he forgotten at the places where they h3ve been. Their quar tette singing is- wonderful, their dra mas are dreams with plenty of laugh ter, but carries with it a splendid ttumil, " i he man and the job.'1 Vatch for their coming to your city. They will make Tlmpson, Nacogdoch es, Jacksonville, Kerens. Corsiiann, Kasfman, Terr.dl, Dallas, McKinnoy. Vef Alstyne Sherman, Penh'on, Bon hsy t, GulnesviUn, Paris, Texarkano and m .ny other points. They will havt the privilege of binging -in the million dol lir M. E. church at Parh in July.' -e members are as follows: H. D. Ei.gltsh. pianist and Etar comedian; C. M. Stew ai't. 1st tenor singer; P. Medlock. 2nd tenor slngr; H. Owens, baritone sing er; C. E. Taker, ba:is singer. H. D. Kngllsh, reporter. Tyler. Sunday Scnonl and services were well attended last Sunday at all churches. ReY. Alexander and Vt. S'ewart werd buck from the S. S. Con vention at the Crescent City and made favorable reports. Mr. Jus. Uightower made his report in the B. Y. P. U. Mn Jones Is very il! at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Kansatta Tucker. Mr? Nellie Wiley McCoy of Greenville, '.s viaiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wiley. Oa last. Wednesday niht Mr. Aer, Humbler and Mrs. Lillie Floyd wiT .Married at the homo or the bride In .he presence 01 e 5 .rge num ber of friends. Rev. H. C. Daniels read the Impressive ceremony which iiade then man and wife. Many nice ot'senls were "eceived. Tho 'luple was attended by Mr. Jake Frai,klin and Mrs; Arauilla 'nes. The fcrl'Ui was aitii id in white, while the greani wore conventions black. We wlt.t If,.;,,,, much joy and harplne's. Mr. Wiliiuii. Harper has r'urned from a 'wo rr.oi'Uis' sojourn In' I.os An.wlo3, CM. l.iiMo Miss Jvey .lone is visiting her fat he i ' Mineral W;;i. Miss (oldie Mitchell left laot i"ek for St. THE Louis, Mo. She will entir the Poro College (lining her ntay end take up the beauty work. P. of. Storey of Aus tin, has arrived tad will be connected with the faculty lu the Summer Nor mal at Tf .as College. Yon should join the classes In child a study, shorthand and typewriting at tho Normal under the supervision of Miss P. U. Ueid. The many riiends of Miss Jannie Mor gan regret very much to learn of her Illness at P. V. College. Mm. Wary A. Stokes and Utile Miss Thelnia Tur ner left Saturday for Athens to spend the 10t.h. Mrs. B. L. Caswell Is back from Wilberforce, Ohio, where Bhe at tended the commencement exercise of Wllberforeo Univeralty. She was ac I companled homo by her daughter, Ze- phle L. Caswell, who was a student of tha University, Whilo there she had the pleasure of listening to the grad uating address by Hon. Kobt. Wilber force of England, great grandson of Wm. Wilberforce, for whom the -University is named. On their way back they spent a couple of days in St. I oais. Miss Marie Simmons has re turned from Texarkana, Ark., and lxu lsvllle, Ky. Mr. Maurice Mosely left Sunday for Nashville, Tenn. Uev. Henry Dens filled the pulpit for Uev. H, C. Alexander Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Collins and Mr. Corprew of Mt. Pleasant, mo tored over last week to do some shop ping. While in the city they visited the Normal at Texas College. Presi dent and Mrs. W. R. Banks are enjoy ing a new car. Mr. and Mrs. McKin ley Ross are visiting the latter's par ents In Henderson. Miss Rena Mc Fadden left Friday for Houston and El Paso. Miss Irene King is uble to he up. Mines. Jannie Williams, Floret Norman and Frankle Lacy. Mr. Geo. Stubblefield, Mr. Horace Johnson and Mr. E. Ford spent Juneteenth at Hen derson. Mrs. Louise Llttlejolin Is con valescing. Little Miss Marie Tucker, Ora May and Christine Burcliett are in Waco visiting relatives. The Ath letic baseball team left here early Monday morning in a truck rrom Hen derson to cross bats with the Hender son team on the 19th. Mrs. Obella Butler Mosely attended the funeral of her brother, Mr. Robt. Butler, at Over ton. Little Robt. was the son of Fa ther Butler and was Just a young man In the prime of life. Mrs. Minnie Cam eron is able to be up again after a serious illness. The 19th of June was peacefully but joyfully celebrated in Herndon's Grove and also tn the E. T. A. Heights. Mr. Fred Collins has had water installed in his home and a cemented walk which adds very much to the beauty of his home. Mrs. Young, Mr. and Mrs. .lack Young and Mrs. Willie Kelly attended the funeral of Mr. Geo. Walton at Mlneola last week. Mr. Ed King has had water installed. Mrs. Jane Lewis is on tho sick list. Ennls. The people of Ennls enjoyed t very quiet day on June 19th; a num ber went motorl.ig In their cars and a number spent (he day visiting friends. Mrs. H. N. Williams died Saturday and was burled Sundiy at Tellco. Rev. Rogers officiated. Mrs. Emily Neal, one of tho first colored settlers of En nls and a charter member of St. Paul Baptist Church, died Sunday night Mrs. Neal was about 80 years of age and w as well known and liked by both races. Mrs. Keno, age 110, died Sun day morning. She was the mother of Davis Nero and Mrs. Lucy Jackson. Her funeral was held at St. Paul's Church Monday evening. Rev. War ren, Presiding Elder of the Dallas Dis trict, held his quarter at St. Delight M. E. Church Sunday. Mr. S. M. Aik ens, Jr., left for Houuton and San An tonio 011 business Monday. Rev. N. H. Harhertt made a Hying trip to Dallas to see his new grandson. Ennls ball team crossed bats with the - Rosser team last Monday. Prot and Mrs. J. W. Williams spent Monday in Rosser. Mr. Ed McK'ufflii of Dallas, came Sun day to be with his family a few days. A reception was given at Dr. Taylor's residence Saturday night in honor of Mr. aud Mrs. R. D. Washington. Rev. Starks. presiding elder of the Bonhain District A. M. E. Church, held his quart'." last Friday and preached two ;-tlrrIi (r sermons Sunday at Waynian Chapi i. A number of our people are contemplating remodeling and beauti fying their homes. Let's all pull to gether and make this community one of the best in Texas. Pay your debts. Be friendly and Industrious. Make each day count. Say at home and work when you have nothing else to do. Forney. All the churches and Sun day Schools were well attended. Rev. W. H. Yarncr returned fiom New Or leans. La., to be a his pOBt at Mt. Zion Baptist Church: preached ;hree able sermons, one for the Knights and Daufehteri of Tabor, which was grand. Uev. W. H. Prult, pastor of the A. M. K. Church, was at his post of duty. The colored people of Forney celehtat ed the 19th on the river with a big fish ft y and cold drinks and plenty to eat. The V. M. C. A. has put on new life. See M. S. Drain for the Express. Kerens. The people of Heron com munity celebrated the 19th by way of a picnic Saturday, June 17th. The Bervic.es were good all day Sunday at the C. M. E. Caurch. Hev. A. A. Brown, the pastor, preached ;a powerful ser mon Sunday morning to a large crowd. Sunday evening at New Hope Baptist Church Rev. G. R. Kilgore pi ached the KnVits and Daughters o' Tabor sermon 11 delight of all and ' 3:30 p. ni. presched a powerful serw-a at I he C. M. E. Church for Rev. Brown to an overflowing crowd. The spiritual demonstration was high. The silk milt contest will be pulled off at the C. M. E. Church next Monday eve uh'.fc. Mrs. D. L. Powell is up and at her post of duty again. We are glad to see her and acknowledge lor re covery. Rev. E. Fowells left for his wort Sunday at Rusk. The Mis donary Board will meet at New Hope Baptist Church Rjxt week. Rv. Penn of Cor dcana, will p.oac'a Friday night, Rev. D. T. Tramell Saturday night, and Rev. J. S. Adair, the pastor, will preach Sunday morning. The Texas Collene (Ileo Club will appear at the C. M. E Church July 5 and 6. Houston.Miss Lillian H. Patten ud lltJe Miss Mary Glovei, 33.16 Tur ner Ave., left oiinday for San Jacinto County to spend the summer with friends and relatives. Mrs. Lizzie Jackson, 121fi Bornibrack St,, left Sun day to spend the summer at San An tonio, Texas. Missel Eula and Viola Winn of Dallas, Taxio", u.-e in the city to speed the summer it...ing their aunt. Mrs. W. h. JaeKson, 2414 Jeffer son St. Mrs. Slbel Bryant spent the Juneteenth ?t Beaumont, Texas. Mr. Sam Chllrt-fMS, an old citizen o' ti;is city, died laM week. Mr. Waller lUeka died last week. His funeral took plac" Rnndav from Mallalieu V. F Cl.urcU. Piev. J. H. Eprnes officiated Mre, J T. Collins. 1201 Ro'ntn St.. sfter upen.!-! ing two weeks si Martin, is a. home aviln Mr. R. H. Mays. 3fi02 High at., ttho has born upending his vacation at! Marlln, is-back at his post with the Houston Css Co. Miss H. A. Johnson1 PALLAS EXPHKSS, I1ALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1023. of Shrevcport, who has been visiting her ilitor, Mrs. IahvIh, left laat week I for her home. A charter has been IB' ' sued hy th3 State of Texns to the Na tional Building and Lorn Assn. of j Houston, capital stock $1,000,000.00. I Officers are J. J. Hardaway, president; I W. C. Smith, vice president; W. L. I.Mackey, kecond vice president: J, D. Splvy. secretary and treasurer; R. D. Hardeway, assistant secretary and treasurer. We want more readers for the Express In Houston. See Win. Archibald, the agent, 422 San Felipe St. Phone Preston 4480. Jacksonville. Rev. C. H. Carter of Benson Chapel C. M. E. Church, deliv ered a forceful sermon Sunday morn ing at the 11 o'clock services Many demonstrations of the holy spirit could be seen in the large audience. An elaborate dinuer was served Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cleui- ous. The invited guests were Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Carter, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Jones, Mr. Abe demons, Dr. and Mrs. P. H. Sims. The Uble was load ed down with many good things to eat, and an enjoyable evening was spent.' Rev. A. M. Mitchell, pastor of Rising Star Baptist Church, filled his regular appointment Sunday. Mrs. Susie Lee left for Ft. Worth to visit her sister, Mrs. McKlnney and daugh ter. Miss Mattie D. Hill of Longview, is visiting her husband, Mr. Herbert McKlnney, Mr. T. L. Lewi3 nas op ened an amusement park on his lot in North Jacksonville and haa recently installed a Merry-go-round. Mrs, L. W. Ragsdale is visiting her daughter in Nashville, Tenn. Miss Lena Lofton and Miss Frauds Porter are visiting In Dallas. Mr. Allen White, one or our highly respected ' citizens, died June 16th, after a few weeks' Illness at the age of 75 years. . Funeral services con ducted by Kev. Hagsdale. Undertaker had charge of the body. Remains were laid to rest In Alexander cemetery. Bartiett There were excellent serv ices at both churches Sunday and six joined the Baptist ' Cnurcn Sunday night. Mrs. Harry Granger left last week for Ft. Worth for a stay with her husband. Augustine, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. WilUanu, is vis iting her aunt in Ft. Worth. Mrs. Will Fikes is visiting relatives in Yoakum. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Faulkner of Tem ple, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry Williams the weoi end. Mr. Henry Taylor and Miss Lizzie Mae Harris married on last Sunday night. Quite a crowd visited the ball game Mon uay evening in Granger between Tem ple and Granger, which resulted 6 to 5 In Temple's favor. Mr. Chester Hill and family of Granger, were visitors here Saturday evening. Mrs. Tom King was a week end visitor in Elgin. Mrs. Geo. Hansford left last Tuesday for Taylor. It is reported that Rev. Brooks, pastor of the Baptist church, will marry on the first of next month. Mr. Chas. Bishop was on the sick list last week, but is better now. Mrs. E. a.'. DeAncy of Waco, is visiting her daughter and sou-lu-law, Mr. and Mrs. R. Browner. Mrs. Mattie drey of Wa co, visited her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Buster Jones, on the 19th and then returned home. Read the Dallas Express and tell your friends about it and tell them that they can get it every week at Browu & Mackey's tailor shop. Mrs. Carrie Woodson ofiTeiuple, is vitlting Mrs, Nora Johnson. Springfield. No services at the churches Sunday as a number from here attended the services at Co manche Crossing. Mis. E. D. Foster and chlldreu left Saturday for Waco, where they expect to spend the 19th with her sister aud friends. Prof. J. P. Hull is able to be out again after two weeks' illness, Springfield Ti mers crossed bats with Mart Friday and Saturday. First day the scores were 2 and 2; second 4 and 5 In favor of Mart. They will leave for Corsl cana Saturday, hoping to go over the top. . Born to Mr. and Mrs. B. Pane, a fine boy; both mother and baby are reported doing fine. Mrs. M. B. Lock hart spent the week end in Doyle. Mr. Sandy Blocker and little grandsons of Groesbeck spent Wednesday evening with his daughter, MrsA. L. Mc Donald. Wichita Falls. Rev. G. B. Williams of Gainesville, has conducted a very uccessful revival for Rev. Matthews. Rev. G. E. Brown, pastor of Wnite Rock Church," held the quarterly con ference for Rev. Dr. Jenkins of the A. M. E. Church last Sunday and Mon day. Rev, Brown preached two noble sermons respect'vely Sunday morning and night. Every person who heard him seemed and most of them ex pressed it a treat to have been for tunate in having him out here. The 19th celebration at the Walnut. Park was enjoyed by more than two thou sand persons. It was a peaceable gathering wi h the exception of cries from the dust. An old time basket dinner with plenty of free barbecue was had on the grounds. The city is planning to receive the delegates to Titus Chapel C. M. E. Church for their District Conference this week, begin ning Wednesday a. m, lasting through Sunday. St James Second St. Baptct Church News Last week, beginning with Monday, was a week of many happenings. Mon day night the general public was fa vorably eute wined with a play, title: "Pageant o( the Summer." written by Mrs. J. H Winn. So much was It enjoyed thtt many ask that it be re peated and a second ' time playing brotiRht forth, an invitation from sev- :ral churdies askln that those beau- t'ful ladies and gentlemen jrace their &tage. So packed wet e tne uouso both nichts tbA door receipts netted $225. Sunday ame and with its coming the Ushers Club served us a dinner worm while. Ti e ushers as e result of same presented to the Church 100.00. ? cheers tor the usher boatd. Sunday School at 9:30 as usual, attendance good. Spirit ran high. It was with much regret we are forced by time to tuns oar form of services. 11:00 a. m. Dr. J. H. Winn gave us food for thought, but upon such trrths three sought shelter religiously in the fold 1 with us. At 3;30 men's meeting was opened by the President, B. H. Bal 'enger. Everyone present seemed to have felt that it was good to have been there. Next Pundai's program has been well planned. Quite an in teresting program. Don't miss being here. B. Y. P. U. 4s on the vw.-rd march. At 8:00 Dr. J. H. Winn was at his post. After he and several of the brethren 'had notored over to Cle burne, "where hi spoke at 4:30 p. m. "The New Unite Building is the slo- iran." Collection last Sunday. $623.80 Prof. J. C. Coger has recently return ed from the fun iral of his father, Rev. H. C. Coger, who died May 26, near Houston. In his bereavement he has our sympathy, Mkr Bennle Martin of Saermf.n, and Mis Bennie Hardin of Part3, are the guests of Mrs. C. R. Hoblnion of 1216 E. Austin St. Taylor. The Negroes or Taylor and Williamson County had one of the '.reato ,t telnb.ations in the history ol the city. An excellent parade was staged and passed through tho main parts of the city. Prof. Wm. Ander son of Smlthville, was the principal Bpeaker of the day. Much credit Is due the following: Lloyd Robinson, Tom Newsom, Mrs. Rebecca Ricks, Kev. Butler, Kev. P. H. Jackson and many others, including Isaac Itlcky and Rev. O. W, Anderson. - Mr. H. Franklin has one of the fastest base ball teams that has ever been or gantzed here. They have not lost a game this season. The third anni versary of Rev. P. II. Jackson held last Sunday at Mt. Arie Baptist Church was a grand affair. His con gregation and friends presented him with a handsome purse as a token of their appreciation of his splendid serv ices during the past three years. Mr. Henry Thomas is making some im provements on his home. Mr. T. J. Ricks has recently enlarged his busi ness in order to take care of his grow ing trade. Rev. I. Grayton baptized one Mrs. Raleigh Sunday and occupied the pulpit in the Christian Church Sunday night Rev. T. E. Campbell has Just returned from a trip through the central part of the State. The mission that he was on was preparing the several churches for tKe conven tion in Aug,. He reports the work In fair condition. DeWalt and Welling ton Cleaver, sons of Dr. D. T. Cleaver, left Friday night to spend a few days with grand parents in Ponta. Craw ford Price, the son of Principal O. I Price, is handling the Express for the Cheaver boys. Crawford is a hus tling boy. Ferris. This day is being highly appreciated. A free dinner at Bristol, eight miles of Ferris, reminds us of the early celebrations. Those good people deserve credit for their hos pitality. The K. & D. of Tabor was ably preached here Sunday by Rev. Scott of Ennls. Palmer Lodge turned out with Ferris Lodge. One Daughter Davis was overwhelmed by the spirit and a doctor was called. Rev. George A. M. E. Evangelist, preached . here Sunday morning for Rev. Prince. He 1b a power. The pastor preached at night Sunday Schools are growing in the city. The M. E. people attend ed quarterly-conference at Ennls Sat urday and Sunday. Misses Louise and Ammie Lee Clark have returned home from school. Branchvllle. Services were well at tended at the Second Baptist Church Sunday. Rev. Prince, pastor, was at his post. The F. I. S. had their an nual thanksgiving services Sunday evening at 3:30 at Little River Baiv tlst Church. Rev. Prince's sermon was well delivered for the same. The 19th celebration at Maystieia and Port Sullivan were somewhat hindered on account of rain. Messrs. Ben Collins and George Smith of Waco, celebrated the 19th here with relatives ; also Mmes. Alberta Smith Williams and Dona Philips. Mr. J. A. Motley of Cameron, passed through Branchvllle Monday. Mr. Frank PoiK spent 19th at Bremond. Mrs. Bertha Walton mo tored to Cameron Saturday with Woodroe aud George Burley, where they will board the train for Oklaho ma City, the home or their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Troy Burley. The en tertainment given by the Daughters Saturday night was a success. Mrs. Robinson. Annie May and Ida Lee Woodley of Houston, Bpent last week here with Mrs. Sallle Jones. Mrs Jessie Taylor from Port Sullivan, took 19th in Cameron. Mr. Luther Loyd of Waco, is here visiting relatives. Mr. Kdd Bumes and wife are visiting parents, Rev. and Mrs. Pratt of Port Sullivan. Mrs. Nora Famon ana daughter, Lizzie, are visiting relatives In Mart. Mr. Billy Foster and Miss Turner were married Sunday night. Rev. Holly officiated. Mr. A. W. Liv ingston made a flyinf; trip to Dallas a few days ago. Belton. The people of Belton and Bartiett, Salado, Lampasas and other adjoining places met at the Willburn and Shepard Park and eelebrateo the 57th Emancipation. The celebra tion was managed and carried out by the K. of P. lodge of Belton. The W. H. and F. Missionary Society of the Temple District met In Temple, Texas, on the 15th inst., and was reported by the delegates, Mrs. I L. Robertson and Mrs. R. E. Moore, to be a success ful session, presided over by the presi dent. Mrs. L. B. Klnchion. Mt. Zion M." E. Church is running a revival; much interest Is manifested In the meeting conducted by Rev. Lottrthe pastor, and assisted by the pastor of Waco. Mrs. V. S. Robertson and little daughter have returned Irom visiting her- husband. Rev. V. S. Robertson, who is pastorir. in Vancouver, B. C. She reports the condition of the coun try fine, but Texas for her. Mrs. S. E Harriss of Uvalde, is in the city, at tending to business. Miss Katie Ful ton, who has been teaching in Amtln, has returned home. Mrs. M. Anderson of Dallas, Is here, visiting friends. Lawtn Mrs. Hattle Thompson, State Missionary gave a lecture at Bethlehem church. Mrs. Mary Johnson passed, away on the 14th of Juno after a long ilness; she was Duriee Saturday from the home, 109 Arun ton St Th Dtr3. of Tabor held thoir annual seruon Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at Galilee Baptist eh rch. Mi h. Tom Nowland of It. Worth, Texas is In the city visiting relatives. Thu Sunday school and B. Y. P. U., wn: well attended at Galilee Baptist church. Rev. Strawthr preached at morning and nifht services. The Sun dav school was good at the A M. E church. The pastor was at h's post I and preached at all services, mrs. u, A. Houston lefij Saturday for Dall'ir on business. Mia. Fannie Price left for Dallas Sunday to visit relative? and friends. , - P.IL8 BOY GRADUATES FBOM HOW ARD WITH HIGH HONOB, Washington P. C. June 22. Her bert Luther Dudley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ii. L. Dudley, 2816 CocVan street, graduated from Howard Uni versity, Washingl in. D. C, in June with the degree f bachelor of arts. Mr. Dudley graduated from the Dal las High School In 1918, and en tered Howard University, where he has been since. While at Howa.d he hor' made an enviable record for hlmse i of vrhlA we may well be proud. During his stay at Howard Mr. Dudley was a very' active member of the Texas Club, and it was thru htm that this club was revived this past year, and the students at How ard from Texas were brought into closer and more' intimate fellow ship. Mr. Dudley was initiated into the Kappa Alpha Psl Fraternity, the ranking Negro Creek Letter fra ternity and hel l the position of Keener. rt Vi-.:oTi,B. Aside from this ho was a member of the Kcppa Sig- n . Iln QiU.ttv Vice presl- Vm c A nd WO dent of the Y. M. C. A. ana w. v. m if 1 1 , ,-, 1 1, U. lOOllOUUioij. Mr. JJUUiey ".-'-- SWVV,. horSwD comm ttee heritance which the Negro people Senior Class &ho,,PCom'5haTe handed down from the past, when he succeeded in raising fc, f mica, ,nher. enough fundi 1 to ProTlde folar: ! Ranee ,he said, "The first words of ship to be given In 1 the name of the ConBUtuUoIl are .We, the p6o Seniot ' class A nn ' p''v!f Jiple and through struggle and come to the students of Hojrmrd Uni America had decided ZZ ll ROT C unit at that in-ithat '" People' included those of f,?,J TAiJ'vfikr fifteen voune Afrlcan de8Cent 118 a Parl of tn stltutlon. ta year fifteen younB country; but the men who u"f"h"! ideal of democracy was that all the SKtJSoS KlPeoPle-men and v b, k d ond Lieutenants In the United States white, formed a part of those who Army Reserve. These young men " ' 'f" L SlrXTtTr enjoy a rare privilege which the, establish Justice P? 'or Colored people of America had not nnlovori hofnra Wo am oroua 10 say, too, that Mr. Dudley was one of those fifteen young men who were commissioned second lieutenants. nri.11. ...j..i , Mr " ."l".u;"8..:: r"K.,.ithe classes and races of men come In the school of Commerce and Fl nd wUl enTr New YoVk nance, ft- t Ii.. fAll n at U Al frtt A Texas students who are making for themselves records of which the folks at home night well be proud. SAYS DA'tifiAS YOUNG WOMAN" - 1 1 1 1 " 1 HAS MADE FINK BKOOBD. Washington, D. C, June 22. To Whom it May Concern: Give honor to those whom honor is due." It is for this reason that the Alpha Chapter of the Delta Slg- ma Theta Sorority desires to present to you, one of your own daughter, Othello Maria Harris. Miss Harris has proved to be not only a loyal soror, but a staunch and hard, worker for and in Howard University. She represented this body in Baltimore. Petersburg and Richmond, Virginia, during the edu- catlonal drive for this year. We feel that the cities from which such a rblta America, because In this issue Is Se will then study corporation law. ! 'nyolved th neerWy or Amer kan ... r,..i i. fho m.nvi Christians and citizens and the fun- 1 . 1 l--. tau ena unci . aaa mis mavioi a ui product Is produced should know Of,racU, up.nft. He takes Mpeclal ln- U. To the parents, faculty and friends of Dallas, Texas, we thank you for such a worthy young woman Whom Delta Sigma Theta loves, and of the tvnn T-fnwnrrt wants type nowara wants. HARLEM PEOPLE TO HAVR WEL- riiiu rENTRll iaiiu tMiuri. " New York, N. Y., June 22. The AUjrDaiiiiuu oauLiai tuuirju nnu vsum- A 1 ll T, . I .. ".I... 1. A tAM munity House, now being erected in 138th St., near 7th Avenue, repre sents the most serious effort ever made by Colored people of the North to promote welfare and foster educa tion. The institution Is situated tn a section where dwell 176,000 Color ed people a larger number than can be found in any other city on earth. The Abyssinian Baptist Church, which is 114 years old, with a pres ent active membership of 8,000, has undertaken to build this structure. It has a frontage of 150 feet. The church and Community House will contain an auditorium with a seat ing capacity of 2,000, a lecture room that will accommodate 1,000 and fourteen large rooms for school work. The Community House has a gymnasium, shower baths, reading rooms for teaching cooking and sew ing, a model apartment and a roof garden. HAYNUS SAYS, "(JOOD-WlMj, NOT VIOLENCE, IS BASIS OF BACE ADJUSTMENT." Delivers Cor run en cement Address at Union University. Richmond, Va., June 22. At the annual commencement of Virginia Union University here Dr. George E. Haynes, Secretary Commission on the Church and Race Relations, of the Federal Council of Churches, thrilled his audience when he de clared that the issue is drawn clear ly In America between those who be lieve in the gospel of good-will In race relations and those who are carrying out a propaganda of vio lence and mob rule. Speaking on the subject, "Our Mutual Inheritance," the speaker said that we had a great material inheritance In the rich agricultural lands of the country in the or ganised Industries, railroads, mines, iiiimntmnmHimiiimimiammnimnniim MUiiiiawuuuiiiniijiimuiiuMiiMMiw 1 I - '.HONEST POLICIES I I Are the Best of All. . j I Insure Your Home and Furniture PI THE MEXIA HUTUAL FiRE IUSURAUCE CO. OF mm 208 HerfH.ii Street, Mexia. Tex?. Il . Agents waiter! 2!. over the State as Representatives. J W. H.MOCRt,1 ROBT. T.H. SIMMONS. Si President. Vice-Pres.,Gen.Mgr. fyiffliniitrnvronrawmiiinwiimMiifliiiimiiiti iiiiiiiiajtiiit.iiiioiiuiiiiiiiiuuiitiiiuuaiiiiiuuiiitjuniiiiiiitjnuitiiiinaii ninmiiimtMiiommiiimaiuiuiuiiioiuiiuiiincJi, East India O.iiplete Conroe. I Total Amatiat srai 1 j " ' j i N i s il -.Ii Alteuts 1 Heir Grower. 1 Inr OIL 1 Face Creatn and direction for Bellla. J2. 10. riTfra for Poadatte. tZZZS&ZZSm: n1 othor reat Item; of wealth, but that tne greatest Inheritance was the . a lnrillRtrv of ttlft -. ( . 1 v - He spoke further of the inen- ,, mnrili nitl. and snlrltiml In ------ 51 and good j " will between the races, he Bald, "The time has come when those who believe In the brotherhood of man and peace and good-will between peace and Justice and good-will be- lUllll huu lano dmu va tween the white and Negro people j Omental Issue of the twent eth century-the issue of the color line ' between th .white and darker races WOOOMElf COMPLETE f 154,000 SANI TARIUM IN HOT SPRINGS. Hot Springs, Ark., June It This community la singing- the praises of Woodmen 0f the Union, which organ, uatlon has just completed a $160,- 00 sanitarium, which is not only a :" ff. tiV th"u" out the country, j Mr. Webb 1 another one of those "self-made men." He Is a produot of ?1""keJSe".1.I?,,tii!! AL' wL" -BJ executlve of rara ability and untium. Ins; but determined In his manner. He mem"er ,r ln" DP,U" ,V""r" terest in ooy ana tneir welfare, ana had don much through bis organlsa lV,0w3m. h. it r. garded as one of the moat substantial fraternal organisations in the coun- lr'- 11 irni n iiib ii'ji nt lh. mirtdia lauthwpit. hut is staid. lly branching- out. During- a recent visit to Chicago, Mr. Webb seriously .considered arrangements for event. ua,y budlnB. Bu offlce ,tructure In 1 the windy city. catarrh OF THE STOMACHy WWU CANT fcNJUY Lire. wilk a ton, sour, bloated (ton. ach. 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