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TRW TMlIjLAS EXTREtiS, PAMPAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY. JVKK 24, 1923.
fa.',:; f gwwMwiiimiiHiWBiBuw umnwwminmHniicmiiiiMimii I The House Divided Against Itcel'i Contest at Saint James A. AI. E. Temple. fl NEW RECORDS I I pi FOR YOUR M l I f'f '- 1 ' I L133rJsE33SI ! i Whitewrisht. Sunday school wan well attended at all churches Sunday Rev. W. T. Bartlett, pastor of tthe First BaptlHt church was at his post and delivered a noble sermon Sunday at 11 a.m. At 3 p.m.. Rev, Bartlett preached the Knights and Daughters sermon one of the best sermons ever delivered on such occalsion. Rev. Pickard was at bis post at the C. M. E. church. Miss Alice Yalta Is In Sherman for the week. Mr. S. A. De honey is in Dallas on League bus iness. Mrs. M. K. Wren is in the city visiting also. Miss Fearce Lane from Dallas Is visiting her mother, Mrs. Mlnervie Lane. Mrs. Delia Raddle was operated on last week and and is reported Improving at this writing. Little Miss Babylue Lizzie Yates visited the sick last week. Mrs. B. Oatewood. Mrs. Callie Henderson was stricken ill Saturday. Christine Smith was hit in tthe bead Sunday night while playing, Injury not seri ous. Mrs. I-ener Jackson is In Honey Grove this week. Mrs. B. Gatewood is reported Improving very slow. Mrs. Grade Cole and Mr. Mllian Butler are In Wolfe City for the 19th. Mrs. Lula Patterson is in Greenville. Mrs. Nelllo Pattlla is on the sick list this week. Mrs. Beatrice Yates is In Slier man visiting- her mother at the Sanitarium. Xarlliir Mr. Mose Carroll died Wednesday, June 14th and was burlcti Friday from First Baptist church He leaves a host of relatives and friends to mourn bis demise. Mr. Chrystal .Childs has returned from tthe B. Convention aft Nashville; he reports a brilliant session. His sibtcr Miss Mamie Lout Childs met him at Battle, Texas by float route and returned with him via. X. & G. N. R. It Mr. Donald of Dallas Is in town organizing an assoclaion of the N. A. A. C. P., and it Is reported be is making much progress. Hopeful Masonic Lodge elected officers last week and the same rooster of officers were retained with two exceptions:. Mr. Yedcll of Mexla was n town last week In Interest of a lodge which he is attempting to establish through out the State of Texas. Mr. Harvey Humphreys and others put over a big 19th of June program at Lovers-Lane a good time was witnessed. Prof. J.' H. Childs - and Dr. Flemming spoke for the people at Commancho Cross ing on the 19th. Too much can no) bo said of these two gentlemen. Mrs. Klnor Wright of Rosebud is spending a few weeks in Marlin with home folk. Mrs. Robinson and daurhter left- for Houston Friday nlcht to spend a week with friends. Mr. Ford Carter left for Humble Friday to spend a few weeks with relatives. Rev. Jerso Rayford . of Waco spent a few days in the hot water city last week. Rev. Wyat.tt, , Presiding Elder of he M. E. church here hld a Buccrb.sful conference last week. Rev. Wyatt is from Austin. Rev. Oliver of the Union B. church ran a very successful rally last week. The Union Baptist people pulled off a big nineteenth celebration at their church. Miss Mable Childs is visiting In Houston and San Antonio. Mr. Green Bell of Perry died last Sunday. He was a member of Hopeful Masonic Lodge. Porter Undertaking Co., had charge of remains. Prof" Johnson of Conroe, Texas led Miss Alice Flores to the Matrimonial . altar, Monday, June 19th. It was a brilliant affair. Many valuable presents were presen ted. They left for Conroe, the Prof fcpsors home.' Miss Flores was one of Marlins most charming girls, tiettn Clafe. The Success Club was entertained In the home of Mrs. Fred Brown, Tuesday afternoon with the following present: Mesdamcs. N. Edward, Men ter., Lomah; K. C. Jordan. Jno. Bryant, Glass, N. Lander, M. McCil lons. J. S. Graven, Rev. M. B. Brown, M. Ellis, S.. Miller. The house van attractively decorated In roses aud nasturtulms. I late favors with Ice punch was served. The afternoon was spent in contests and unique stunts. Mrs. J. S. Graves, Reporter. - Rockwall. Sunday school was well attended att all churches Sunday. Rev. Randall was att his postt and preached an excellent sermon at 11: 30 a.m. At 3:30 the Daughters of Tabor met met at their hall and inarched tto New Caldonia Baptist church, there they rendered a nine program to to a largo cogrcgaiion At 6:30 p.m. Bible lesson . was instructed by Rev. RandaU. At 9:15 Rev. Randall preached a great ser mon. The Loyal Friends of America held public tritallation at their hall Friday night, after which refresh ments was served all present. Mr. Arthur Perry got his arm broken a few days ago while playing hall and he was carried to Dallas for Medical treatment. Mrs. Ora Klttrell and Mrs. Dean Brown left for Dallas to visit her relatives. Rev. Tom Givens of Commerce was in the city last week and preached at St. Paul A. M. E. church. Coopers-Sunday schot Is sMIl 1m- j proving. The teachers are doing their I hoot rnllonllnn Cnrin.. ttl.l kf.tr.nl best. Collection Sunday $5.34. Miss Annie Mae Dcttn returned from Went Po4nt, Miss., wh.re she spent two sessions hi Mary Home Seminary. This young lady was reared up In New Zlon Sunday Bchool is now a burning light; and we welcome her home again. The Knights and Daugh ters of Tabor held their annual sermon by the Rev. Hobbs of Paris. Rev. Davis, filled his appointment at Mt. Zion and preached two excellent sermons. Mrs. O. L. Nelson was car ried home by her daughter for her health and we hope this change of climate and location will do her much good. Miss Estella Willinms in visit ing her , Uncle In Sulphur Springs. I. M. Martin met with the misfortune of having his trunk opened and $25.00 taken out whtle the home people were absent from home. Mrs. Leon Jones DALLAS EXPRESS PI H. COMIANV, Meritorious Printing and Deslaulng entertained several young people at her residence on the 17th Inst., in honor or her sister, Miss Annie Mae Dean. Mrs. Mary Roach went to Louisiana to spend the Summer months. Miss Iona . Follard Is very sick, do not forget her. Calvert, MIes Fann-Ie Dunlap Is home sick. Miss Jewell and the re porter Ic-ft Saturday together with their grandmother, Mrs. A. S. Minis to visit parents, the daughter of Mrs. Mary Nurflett of Ft Worth Is .in the city visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wimberly; she brought home a little baby girl weighing 26 lbs. Mrs Matthew Wesley of Jone8 Prairie spent Sunday in the city the guest of Mr. and Mrs Gus Salter. Miss Cleo Mitchell Is now home sick with fever; she was stricken ill in Dallas and her mother brought her home, however, she is reported improving. Mrs. Clara Woodard left Sunday to spend the 19th of June with her uunt, Mrs. Sarah Matthew. Rev. Walton waa over from Branchville Monday to see Prof. Mlms on business News reports have it that Mrs. Sam Ander son of Willlamsville Community is dead. Mrs. Anderson and her brother, Jack Griggs settled on Mug Creek many years ago; Mrs. Anderson is motther of Mrs. J. C. Clifton of Wichlt4 Falls, Tex. She leaves many friemds and relatives to mourn her loss. Mr. Judge Richardson of Hearne spent a few hours In the city Tues day. The Woodley Undertakink Co., burled Mrs. Anderson at Wllliams vllle. Mrs. Gllllam8 passed away June 14th after an extended Illness. She leaves a daughter and several grand children and other relatives and friends to mourn her demise. Mr, and Mrs. Scott are sick at their home on Main Street; they are reported improving at this writing. Rev. P. R. Humbcr is still at his home in Cal vert. Mr. Mack McCoy of Westfield is In the city for the first time in 11 years; He 18 vlsltting his mother and friends. Mrs. Mamie Wilton of Oak Cliff. Dallas is in the city to ppend the 19th of June with her Mother, Mrs. Hattle Jones. Messrs Ross, Woodley, Henry and Prof. Mlms were at Bcal Chapel Sunday. They enjoyed an excellent dinner at the hospitable home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Lewis. Italic yville and oues rruirlc. Sun day services and school were fine. Rev. J. B. Bryant preached an excel lent sermon. B. Y. P. U was excel lent, also Mr. C. Arums of Calvert was a pleasant guest at this service. The Starlight band entertainment was a success Saturday night. Miss Rodessa Williams was mi&sing very much as she had. to be in Calvert to participate in their school clos'ng Di'iuua., which was rehearsed by re quest. Mrs. Josephine Judie does nut Improve -favorhbly.. Miss Uthel rjudie is a sweet sonrano inn the Mt. ZIon Glee Club. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Frank lin's home was graced witth a fine baby toy; Mother and babo reported doing fine. Mrs. Bessie Farm is very 111 at tthis writing. Miss Dallie Ander son has been very ill with Typhoid Malaria, but is improblng much at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rector's baby has been very 111, but Is better at this writing. UrupeluntL The entrance meeting: held at Corinth C. M, E. church beglnlng Friday night was m ell att tended. An excellent program was rendered Friday and Saturday night. Prof. H. W. L. Shepherd represented the Masonic Lodge. Prof. Iee Johnson represented the K. of P. Lodge. Kev. Dunn preached a splendid sermon Sunday morning. Dinner was spread in the grove. 35.00 was raised in the meeting. Mrs. Minnie Daily is a great church worker. Prof. H. W. L. Shepherd was a visitor In tthe report ers home Sunday evening. Quite c number from here went to Latexo on the 19th. Mrs. Leoda Thompson was elected principal of the Rocky Spring school. She left last week for Crocket to attend the Summer Nor mal. Miss Rosetta Randolf tiled June the 17th. iionzaleSr Dr. H. M. Williams of Galveston, pastor of the Ave., K Bap tist church arrived Saturday evening for the purpose of delivering an ad dress on the 19th of June. He will also speak at night at the K. of P. Hull. He preached at Providence Baptist during both services Sunday His morning subject was: "According to Faith," and at night he spoke more etvpcclally to the fathers and husbands. Mrs. L. M. Jones left Sun day on a business trip. Mr. Grading ton the Undertaker has returned from Dallas where hes has been on spe-Hil business. Dr. J. Gordon Mc phereon who Is known as the "Bin ok Billy Sunday" arrived Saturday and will be in Gonzales, 15 days conduct itig a meeting at the Union Ia Bap 'st hcurch. He held three services Sunday and will speak Monday in the afternoon on the 19th occasron The parade will mr.vch through the , principal parts of tnwn on the 19th. Inrlr-HiiR- Tlio inth celebration t0 this wrltins: has proven a successful affair. The parade ... . . .. was one of the best there has ever been In the history of Oorslcana with no exceptions. The Club women hnared no pains In thlr docorationtt ol the different vehicles. The parade consisted of Mounted Police, Band. Wagons, Touring carB, Donkles and girl Scouts. Mr. Frank 'Adams Is In Muskogee, Okla., on uuslness affuirj. ?frs. Mary Bowens is visiting in Dallas this week. The delegates to the Royal Masons Grand Ixidge report a grand setting. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ossle McFarland two hoys. The mother and the one Uvin are doing licely. Watch the Express for a full wort of the nineteenth next week. :'t. Andrews Chapel M. E. Sunday school was well attended, a vi;ry Interacting lesson, Sub. A nation thflt Disobeyed God." At 11 o'clock the rastor preached from St. Luke 15-2. 'jPetter Denied Christ, and at 8 p.m "I am a wonder to Mnn- Ptia. 71:7. .1. H. Straits, Pastor. Essie Taylor, Reporter. Vnsk. Elder-Young held h-is Quar terly conference Sunday. At 11 o'clock he nrnohed from Cor. 5:18. At nlcht he'dcivered a wonderfu germon. Mrs. You will find at our Store the news and latest dance and popular Records. PROMPT SERVICE COURTEOUS TREATMENT WILL A. WATKIN COMPANY, Dallas. NORTH TEXAS DISTRIBUTORS CHICKERING & SONS PIANOS JDeHciousf IN TINS Hannah Weems returned from Dailas after a four week's vacation with her four sons. Misses Marie Roberson and Ema Stevens are spending va tton in Athens, Texas. Mr. Joe Todd of Tyer was down to see bis wife; he left her improving very much. Mr. Louie Lain of Alto, District Director of W. H. M. of DiBtrlct No. 4 passed through Rusk Saturday enroute for Ponta; took dinner with Mrs. Lizzie Dickerson. New Mt. Ollie people plan ned a Hen Barbecue Monday June the 19th. This money will go for the airs of the church. Mr. and Mrs. John Cook were the guests of Mr. P. Egbert Mrs. Glaclest Todd and Little Joe Todd of Tyler were at the bed side of Mrs. Joe Todd, who Is slowly improving. Rev. E. Powe pasned through Rusk Saturday on his way to Woodville. The Tea party given at Sister Dilcy Boons met with great success. Texnrkautt-Services were well atteudud at all churches Sunday. The Knights and Daughters of -Tabor had their annual Thanksgiving sermon preached on both sides of the city yesterday to a large audience. The N. A. A. C. P., held a special session Sunday at Washington Theatre with Dr. W. T. Thompson, president pre siding. Great speeches were made by various members which were very inspiring. Sixty persons gave their names and money to become members Mr. R. U D. Easley left Friday for St Louis on business. Mr. John lrvinrt .eft for Kansas City where he will spend a few days during his vacation. Mrs. Blanche B. Tolbert, Mrs. Love Ellis, Mrs. L. D, Anderson and Prof. J. Weaver attended the National S. S. Congress at New Orleans lai;t week. Mr. Will Custer and family left Saturday night for Chioiigo where they wilt make "their future ' lmnie. Mr. AVllter Penton is on tthe nick list this week. Rev. Speed and family moved last week Into their beautiful home on Phenice Ave. , Mrs. E. li. Williams left laRt week to Join her husband in South Texas, The Arkan- sas Summer Normal closed a very successful session here laat week with an excellent program. Mr John Pogue Is In the city to spend the 19th and vlsltt his wife. The 19th of June was celebrated here at different and various kinds of amusements. Mrs. John Harris who has been tto Clarksville, Texas to visit relatives and friends returned home last week. Miss Ella Dean Hards Is vlsltting; In Dallas. Miss Annie Jackson of Jeffer son Is In tthe city at the bed side of her sister, Mrs. Susie Bell. Mrs. J. W. Whittaker entertained the Sun set Sewing Circle last week which pleased every one present. The Aux iliary Sewing Circle of Hopewell church was hlehly entertained by Mrs. Cora Penton last Thursday. We are glad ' to note that Mrs. Manuel Woodard Is doing nicely after being sick for some time. McKlnley Swin dell Is on tthe sick list. Miss Addle lee 13 having a breakfast room added to her home. Cards are out announcing the engagement of Prof. B. A. Jackson and Miss Fawt'e John son. Miss Mary Jamison of Clarksville Texas passed through last week en routo to Marball, Texas. Mr. S. H. Harrlst n Is taking vacation this week. Mrs. Erma McCoy of Jefferson, Tex., was a visitor to our city last week. Mr. E. D. Howard and M. U Hill of Ft. Korth stopped In our city a couple of days while en route to Eldorado. Ark, and Hope; where they are pros pecting In oil. Mr. Shirley E1"H Is In Little Rock this week- "i business Mrs. L. L. Hill lett tor Haroi"" n tjnlverslty last week to take special Course In primary work. Mrs. VIrgle Lyons left Tuesday for P. V., to spend the Summer In school. HF.IHS OF DUMAS' ASSOCIATE TO GET ROYALTIES IN BROOKS. Paris, June 22. The helra of Aug- Hal. M.nn.t 4rl nnHilttit tn t,aW th royaltlei that have accumulated since lt08 on "The Three Musketeers', and other works written in collabo-atlon with Alexandre Dumas. This was de elded today by the court which has been hearing the suit br ught by Mme. Roiffe, widow of tht 'nephew 3 r SUJfJ A4 If It AW liWV 11 it V VI r - PHONOGRAPH ( f r tmII ill Iw 'IN LOAVES of Maquet Since during his lifetime Maonot waived the right to sign works writ, ten with Dumaa, their publication may continue over Dumaa aote algnature; It was ruled. Experts are to be ap- pointed to caculate the amount due the heirs. The fact : that the famous French novelist had a historical writer as a collabortor was established In 1848 when a suit was brought to recover his rights. It appears that Maquet sold his rights In 1848 to Dumas for the sum of 145.000 francs, but as Du. mas, on account of the collapse of the Historical Theater, was only able to pay part of the, money. Chapped hands and faces needn't bother. MENTHOLATUM soothes and heals. chaos and chilblains vquiciuy ana gerrny PROFESSIONAL. Hit. CEO. M. MITNCIITT8, MEDICINE and 6URGKHY, Office 12th aad Calboiin Streets fort Wvrth, Texas, W, It. McMillan, M. D. . Phones: Office, H. 7266; Res. H. 4368. L. G. Plukston, M. D. Phone H. 7266 rhysirlans and Suilfeons . at McMillan sanitarium Cor. Hall and State Sts. Dallas, Texas. 2-4-tf DBS. POUTER & PORTER,' Physician ana burgeons ,a, attentlon glven t0 disease, of wolnen and chlidren TenereaJ I rnsea8e8 ' nffir iinnm- l 9 to 11 a. m. 2 to 4 D. m. 7 to Phone 6805 8 p. m. 2418 1-2 Elm 81 R. B. L. HOLLAND.' M. D. Physician ana Burgeon Office 1800 tt Jackson Street 8409 State St. Office Phone Y-6144 Res. Phone H. 1724 Office Hours: 8:30 to 10:30 a, m. 3:00 to 6 p. in. Dallas, Texas 6-25-tf A. S. WELLS. Attorney and Councellor at lw 206 Pythian Temple . ' Dallas, Texas. 12-4-621. Dr. B. T. Hamilton, Physician antf Burgfton. Room 215 Pythian Tempi,: residence tSOS Thomas Avn. Phone: Office Y 6844; residence H. 4027; Office hours: 10 a. m. to 13 nt; ' ta 6 p, m.; T to 8:80 p. m., DaJlaa, xu H--U Dr. Lytle Veterinary 3urgen aDtmals of all kinds. Office at Pea plea Undertaking Company, 210 N Pearl street Hours fren? a. tu., to 6 p. m. X 1298, residence 3911 Wlllew street, Dallas, Texas. 7-2-tf ODORLiCLEAfG The Grand Central Pressing Wardrobe BRYAN AND CF7NTRAL , Specialising In Guaranteed, satis factcry cleaning and pressing for LADIES AND GENTLEMEN EFFICIENT DELIVERY SERVICE! Bhlae Parlor la Caaneetlea CALL II. S324 BENNIE I Wilt, Mgr. Before nslng, waa 0 inches long. After unlng 2 rears, Is now 23 Inches. WOMANS GLORY IS HER ' H AIR No more DANPIU7FK. No more PA LUNG HATH,, No more ITCHING SCALP, No more TfcTTEK, 80 more ECZEMA, Gives Health .to the Scalp. Growth of I-ong, Fluffy Hair, Growing Oil BOc Pressing Oil ..... 50c Temple Oil BOc MADAM JESSIE CARTER Scientific Rcnlp Specialist and Munnfftcturer. - 2452 l4fnvt,te St. Inc. 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Tsvas. 25,000 MORE PORO AGENTS WANTED Equipped with the Very Latest Apparatus for Teaching the Poro System of Scalp and Hair Culture and Terms Moderate Ptsro Corner GREAT TIME SUNDAY, JUNE 10TIL Watch The Progress Each St. James Temple is purely a raoe Institution and should have tthe sup port of every race person in the city anything worthy goes down to the credit of the whole race. It Is thought of an expression of race pride. The task of paying for It Is too great for that small congregation. It may be said that you have helped but what you have done In the past every mem. ber of the struggling congregation is graterui ror ao not stop at thaf. help them until they see the light. The present effort affords all friends i an opportunity to help. The church j has been organized Into two divisions j one division Is being led by Mr. T. B. Madison and Mrs. C. W. Abington -this Is known as the Mistletoe Di vision the other Is directed by Rev. C. W. Abington and Mrs. T. B. Madi son and is known as the W. Samp son Brooks Invincibles. The name of D l TfniTKI.' nivtriirn aoainut itkvi m r 1MB CUVTl IB UIlHIUe 11 IS inHU.l m. . I wnl'klnir with all rhAlr mtcrhr tn Ha. feat their husband who Is on the op- : posit e side. The first report will be made Bundav nlfrht. Juns thA 18th. For this occasion the beautiful pew service will be held this Idea was Introduced by the putttor some years asro. The fnaturA -nf It la HAVoral ladies In the church are given a num. Mr. Vm. Harris. Dr. n. H. Trotter, ber of pews to fill with guest, a pro-'2ev; 0. Mr. H. If. Tro" ir, ' gram Is rendered, but nobody goes to Pro'- p- Rtarks, Mrs. W. H. Jvtie?- . the platform where ever the persons ! "on- Mr"v, A" 'V','': Mr;- T: Hi are In the audience they arise and I i!rad,ey, Mrsj, a R . ' Mr sing, recite or speak. The divisions' ?r"MrrI r-, M' are planning to fill the church on:A, c Washington, Mr T. B. -Watlnro, that night. ,Mr- A. R. Pryor, Prof. J, T. Fox, J'roK, . ti. i. ,-n ,., . 1 Will, lack "on, Miss Odeusa Jordnrt, wTrme, AWn !M1" Patterson, Mr. W. tlttle- m"' Dt "h-SL if.:. 5a" t""- Hrks, Mr. Clem Jor. rlJl.f LhyJlayZt?yeT ""."J"" dan. Mr. I.um Owens, Mr. Will Snn. reated while Mr. Madison and Mrs.'Ynrj n r p,.nr M tph u,oi. Abington say they have never known 1.' Dl Cl Cl Fort'r- Mr- E1 .': f?llh ."d itftlV.thi" me??d Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Thomas, Mr. and ?Lt.P?f t!." t0 thelr frlonas t0 Jln Mrs. Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Will tlordon. tneir ranks. Mr Thos. MoKonscy, Mrs. Cordelia Friends who have Joined the W.1 Cooper, Mrs. Phenln Johnson, Mrs. Ln Sampson Brooks Invincibles under Rev. della Iewls, Mr. Dan James, Mr. F. C. W. Abington and Mr. T. B. Madl-. Washington, Miss Oarrte Haustnn, Mi. ,, son are as follows; w. A. Ieake, Mr. Boda Smith, Mr.' Messrs. K Dlnnlns, A. Waples, Henry Sam Price, Mrs. Daisy Robinson Mrs. 3. Wells, Mr. and Mrs. Antone Bolton, . Nncy Tolan, Mr. and Mrs. Harris, . Mr. and Mrs. W. Ollphan, Fort Worth, . Mr. and Mrs. Jesstn, Mr., and ..Mrs,! Mrs. Thad Else. Mr. A. J. Tardy, Mr. 'Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Sherman, Mit H. Hendricks. Uev. I. J. Rainey. MlsslHlll, Mr. and Mis. James, Mr. J."1. -Georgia Ross, Mrs. Author Owens, : Tyler. Dr. R. T. Hamilton, Mr. rkimro Miss Ethel Austin, Miss Charity Riley, I Jackson, Mr. D. 0. Jamison. .,.,. .;k ; DALLAS BAND HOUSE, DALLAS TEXAS. 11125 Mala Jllreet. Phone T 8824 State Agent KING BAND INSTRUMENT. LEEDV and LUDWIG DRUMS and DRUMMERS TRAPS VEOA GUITARS, BANJOS and MANDOLINS. Musical Merchandise of all kinds, pairing on all Instruments. J. J. CI. EGO, Pro. Re- DALLAS F.M'HMJIS run. COMIIANT. Meritorious Printing and Ueslgnlnf OUR NEW HOME , helr father-' lan.. all Branches of Beauty Culture Write Today for Further Information "WHlEBLllll 71 l.lillHi II nilt In The Dallas Express Week. Mr. and Mrs. Moueu Ill;hardHon, Mr A. J. Tardy, Mr. Dlk Gober, Mr. John Adams, Mr. and Mrs. A. , Cardy, M. ' and airs. Alex Smith, Miss Kale PIH-' man, Mr. Henry Ummonii, Dr. P. H Howell, Prof. J. T). Hire, Prof. H X). Winn, Mrs. J. F. Williams, W.n; Hev. W. K. UuOrue, Rev. J. H. Harde man, Mr. 3. W. TIpps. Mr. Oeburn, Mr. C. F. Starka. Mr. J. It. Jordan, Dr. A. H. Dyson, Prof. R U Oordon, Mr. W. K. iJwlnfr. Miss Tt&ry Alexander, Cor- slcana: Mr. B. w. Murks. Mr. W. U. Morgan, Mr. C. W. Wl3, HHpy Belfy, Forest Avenue Pharmaey. Mr. W. TV rCaln, Waco; Prof. Ji-;hr A. JncNmiu, lexarKana, Mr. V; tttdnoy lHlm.n. Mr. C. C. Vederwood, Miss A mite Jauksnn, Mrs. Mullenx, Mr. Dave J sou, Mr. Joe Will Walton, Mr. Jeotie tiooden, Miss Annie Tftte, Mrs. H ii Williams, Mrs, M. J. Moore, Mr. ami Mrs. KutiinHon, Mr. and Mr. J, Jt , "" way, jnr..n winn, Mr. naripy wane, tjenerni John 11. jnnes, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Ward. Friends who have Joined the Mis tletoe DivlKion u tutor Mr. T. B. Madi son and Mrs. C. W. Abington are as follow: Rev. R. 8. Jenkins, Mrs. Tillle Lane, "" " . . arris, par. J. u. (iiimoro, pSISGERSEWjKG'.MACRiKEr'-i ' NEVV.KD SECOND-BAND, f We ' buy, sell, rent and repair , any make. Our prices less. No down ' town high rent. ... '' ' GEO. X, WATTON, i Y 0O10 Phones Y 2464 1716 St. ivmls St. . READ THE SCAB'S GREATEST WEEKLY THE (I DALLAS EXPRESS" published at Dallas, Texas, every iat urday, sold at 1401 E. tin street. U Angeles, Cal., 'Phone or mall yui news to S. D. DANIELS' NEWS STAID I4fl B. Bta Street, La Aaveirs, Cat For further Information wrttt S B CARR. 100 W, Green Ftreet, Pasadena, Cal Agent . , Diplomat Given SL Louis, Mo. I'tsr'.swia-