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TIUS DALLAS K.YPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST B. 1922.
TWO J, ' t icxr;s iov;r.s. 4 . t I .J. -r f'?VtTTTtTTTTVTTTTTTT t rK'nton.r Services were well attended at all the churched, Sunday Rev. W. II. Durden of Ft Worth wag In the city and preached several nights. Mrs. Rev, P. F. Jackson and daughter have returned home from Branchvillc where they have been visiting rela tives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Burr and family have moved to Muskogee. Oklahoma, where they will make their future home. Mr. B. F. Crawford and Mrs. W. M Jones, left Monday for Dallas to attend the Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows and H. H. of R. Mr. Blackmon haB returned from Wichi ta Falls. The Tonntf T-ndles Jewel Art Club. The Young Ladies Jewel I Art Club iet with Mrs. Andrew Clark Fi dav at the usual hour with presi dent Miss B. O. Taylor, presiding. The club was honored with the pres ence of two male The "visit were the Revs club. The Tney botb ...ade Jackson and D y jnunestliig 8ome ,VeryMch wire responded to byTsVoll AUeTand Mrs. Mur- bl-exe r8.si Nea 1. (Jreenvtlle.. Sunday School well attended with the superintendent and part of the teaching staff at their ilncos. Sunday school is progressing . lug nicely. Pastor J M. Fagan p cached a soul sttrlng sermon to the delight of all present. At night he preached for the Womane" Home Mission Society, this was adjudged an excellent sermon. Mrs Fagan, wife of the pastor came with him on this occasto,?. Sick Bted: Llllie MaybeiTy Martha Ware and Nannie- Gjriett Out of town: Mrs. B. W. Lawson. Sup'L, New Hope Baptist Sunday Mi-a Pinkln nricham. Miss J. Blanch Crow is In the city visit ing Mrs. Jessie Cooper. Mrs. Cooper will accompany her home. Mendanies. Denmon and Fulbright spent ten days in Sulphur Bluff, Texas, visit ing their mother. Cooper Jlev. J. W. Green royally en tertained the M. and D. meeting from the 27 to the 30. Rev. S. S. Stephens closed a great battle a Wilson Cha pel with eight additions to the church Mr. Gert Davis and Mr. Bruce Rose mon took their families to Commerce to visit friends. Mr. James Span Is visiting in Paris. Mrs. A. T. Trotter was indeed glad to see her daughter ' from Oklohoma City, Okla., and also many friends welcome her home again. Rev Davis came in to make ready fnr the Sunday school conven tion that will convene in his church Bometimes in August. Mrs. Murphy of Greenville is here visiting , her daughter, Mrs. Mnry Bells, this week. Rev. J. W. Jackson preached at Mt. 'Zion on the 31nt to his old friends. Mrs. R. F. Flanigan Is suffering with a sore throat. Mr. Frank Buck ner has a very sick child. lUtiieola. Mrs. Annie Deary, Mrs. Dotie Tyler and Mrs. M. Fettle are on the sick list this week, however, they are reported improving at this writing, to the delight of their many friends. The churces held great and profitable services Sunday. Mrs. Mar jie Orange is in the city seriously ill. Miss B. Rodllfgin from Houston was in the city last week visiting Mrs. Tobe Lewis. Mrs. Onnie Wl'iiums and three children have been here ror the past week visiting her mother ana rather, Mr. and Mrs. S. Jack son; t' ey left Saturday morning for their home in Collin county, airs. Heger Tare and her grand son are In Dallas. Lawyer Johnson is in Dallas visiting. Mr. Elbert Johnson went to Galvesti a ,to reside for a while. Miss Roberta Author and her friend of WUlg Point were in Mlneola last week, and were visitors at the St. Paul Baptist Sunday school and morning services. Laat .Friday and Saturday. The Minec'.a baseball team played the Western boys. Re sults; lost one and won one game. Mineola will play the Tyler Outlaws Mo-day and Tuesday and will pay thf , Troup boys Friday and Saturday. Mi.- Tyrtle 3arrett was married to Mr. B. Blackwell, Sunday, July AO. This is a beautiful couple and we hope for them a happy journey. PotlJ City S. S. was well attendtd at the A. M. E. church, Sun day morning. The missionary sisters fet Sunduy In the afternoon. Little Miss Lela Mae Phillips is reported improving to the delight of friends. J.anton. Sunday school and B. Y. P U. wan well attended at Galilee Jliip tist church. Rev. Ar.hl.imi of derick. Oklahoma. Oklahoma. nrpnpliBrf .,.. deiful sermon at II m ftn1" another excellent sermon was poach ed by at night. Mrs. Jodie Srith who hie, been visiting in Dallas and Paris, Texas, has returned, . and re ports nice trip. Mis. Bulah Hen eerson has been visiting relatives in Dalits; baa returned and reports a nice tlnn'b Sunday school was ex cellent at -to A. M. E. chur.ii. The pastor, Rev. Rhone ,as at his post and rea-hed a wonderfu termon at night service. Mrs. Etna Houston ia on the sick list. Mr. Charlie Becon is getting along nicely wi h his bu siness venture. Mrs. B. Millie died JuVy 29'b, at 6:26 a. m.4 she was a member of the A. M. K.chureh , also mpmber of the H. H. R. No 37 and the Modern Woodman. The fdn- ral was attended at Bethlehem chnrei- at 4 p. m., with Ilev. Rh.one officiating. Services were excellent nt B thebem Baptist ehurct. Rev. Own"? was at his poft nd preached wonderful senons. Rev. Wright of Wichita Falls. Texas, preached a p.piritual sermon at night fsrvlca. returned to Ms home from Rock, ford HI., and Keokuk, Ia where lie h';t3 spent evera) days on a Bneuk-ln- trip. MojtIb will leave again in a few days on a speaking tour of 0Vfrs0"-Mack Johnson, 11342 So. ,, ft, ontortnlned the Bh' i'.'i" - '.p.iay Bc'ioot c!ass of Quiun ,7 wni'.h Mrs- Parfh t.liam ,y:l u tlat-brr on !at Sunday at. he. ...1. I-t. ll'K , IJW..': " ' 1 !- . ' . . v t ).(.. Cmltl j'i;iKt'H, iimiwi Lee Por.ithy I Hi-. ;" it. Mario R lec.6, -norence - I Tnjlor Mrs. F. Taylor from Tay J, I lor, left yesterday (Sunday) at 11 - 22 for New loric uny i., thi fnr Washington, D. TJ. t A TMckv from VfiCO, Ill I D. - , the metier of Dr. J. L. Dicky, vetted her last week, aba left Sunday even- ir Ing for her home In Waco. Dr. Huges colored aemisi irom is now in Taylor. Services at Mt. Aria Baptist church were good all day. Three persons put wun Christ by baptism. Collection for the day 60. The delegates left tWs week for Gldings to be In at tendance at the LaGrange District association. Brother Henry Collier has returned from an extended trip thru S. C, off for the Odd Fellows grand Lodge in Dallas. Rev J. M. Nelson. Mrs. R. Johnson. The fol lowing are out attending the La Grange association: Rev. P. H. Jack son, Mrs. H. B. Simmons, Mrs. E. M Green, Miss. M. E. Jones, Mrs. Kllen Verse and little Miss Collier. The muBical at Allen Chapel A. M. E. church Friday night, July 28th was a grand affair and well attended. The rally at Christian church Sun day, July 30th, brought in $60.00. Sunday night the rally continues. Rev. H J. Smith, state Sup't of missions of Chrlstain church was with the Murphy street church Sunday. Mas ter Dewalt ana weinngiuu ,i:bc., the sons of Dr. and Mrs. D. T. Cleaver have returned from summer vacation out at Ponta, they said they had a nice time. They have taken active charge of the express again. Little Crawford Price, the son of Prof, and Mrs. O. L. Price, made a splendid hustler for the Express while the Cleaver boys were away. Leave your news for the Express at the Dr's office and see DeWalt Cleaver for the Dallas Express. Carthae S. S. were well at tended Sunday. Mr. Peter Thompson Is a new reader of the Express. Mr Curtis Jackson of Tyler, is here visiting friends and relatives. Mr. Jeff Glllasple, Mrs. Jeuy Wells and Mrs. Lucv Jane Brown, who has been visiting in Boley, Okla., hns returned after a short stay. Mr. Tom Johns Is recovering after a short illness Mrs. Belle Smith is still Indisposed Miss Georgia Holt Is able to be up again. Prof. J. H. Pendleton and Mr. Arena Jones, have returned after a short stay in Marshall. Miss Earn Smith lb reading the Express. Mr. H. bert Jone, Mr. Thomas Alexander, Mr. Arble Bryant and Mr. Lacy Bry ant are working in Flanagan, we hope them success.. Mr. Martin Gll lasple. one or tne. oiaesi men oi Need villa, died Sun. July 30. He is survived by a wife, three daughters and four sons. Funeral to be attenaer. Mrs. Maha Hichs, our well known seamtress, is a reader f the Express. HUlHliorOr Miss Alba Gault of Dal las, was seen in the city. Mrs. Sal lie Gault, mother of Miss Gault is here for a short while. Mr. Gilbert Jordan spent several days attending he grand lodge. Miss Undean Johnson and her sister, Mrs. Maggie Cannon are visiting relatives. Reys J. B. But ler and H. , Carr, P. E. of Hous ton District were In the city Sunday. Mrs.Edna Eden and Miss Willie Mae Grigsby are on the sick list. D. Marshall, son of Mr. Noie Marshall, is verv serioualv confined In bed from the effect of Injuries received sofe ndghts ago. Mr. Eugene Barnes Is again in the city. Miss Nathan of Tyler, who has been guest or Mrs, James Dixon, was called to the death bed of her brother. Mgton. Sunday School opened on time at the Majyo Baptist church. Rev. M. Kitchen of Kepnard, Texas, was with us Sunday and lead prayer service after which Rev. C. C. Boye preached a great sermon. One member bers of Mayo Bapt. church are plan ning to build a new church. The B Y d it m Knndav evening and had a' glorious time. Sunday School at the C. M. K. was wen mwuum. av J. N. Mark was at his post. Lesson was well discussed. The application on thfe lesson by the Sup't was beau ti fully applied to students of the Sim dav school. Mrs. Ratcllff of Kennard was here last week visiting her grand daughter and friend. Mr. J. C. Carter made A flying trip to Trinity, Texas, during his stay the'e, the M. K. & T., R. R., had a stnUe. and It was very difficult for him to make ,o,i. hnme. Mr. Austin Mark made a flying trip to Oroveton last week where he met wun ma.iy meuun t am mir thev were glad "to see him. The people of our community have spent two days working tne cemeury, Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Ca'ter of Jack sonville, Texas, have been pleasant visitors to Nlgtou to be with their home folks and friends. Bishop Mar' tin, Rev Norswortby and Prof. J. W. '.logg, motored to Nlgton where they met with many friends. Madame L. Sweats and Fanny Dixon. Mr. A. von. Dixon reporter a fine tmie and having snlenJld service at the ms trict con,"srence in Dlboll, Texas. The citizens have organized, The Farmers Labor Union. The officers are:W. M. Stewart, president, J. C Carter, Sec't treasure, Lum Deason, vice president R. Pyans conductor and W. M. Dix n Chaplin. Miss Mattio Hubbard . f Bd Branch svnt several days with li;T auntie. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Dixon Messrs. Staton and Garnir are con stant visitors in Nigton. Do you knew the res-ion why? Mrs. Battle T. Hill Mrs. Jessie Buries and little Escar H. Burks. Mrs. Mollis Mark has a sprained ankle, we hope ror them a speedy recover. Mr. Albert Stewart of Fodlce is in our town visiting his people and many friemM. Little Miss Let.b McClendon iR visiting grand parents at Antioch, Texas. The mother club society will rreet next Saturday afternoon. All parenth are cordially Invited. We want every one to be issiorestfid In reading the Express, fcxarkaaiuiur Services were well at tended at all churches Sunday. Quite a number of delegates who attended the district conference of the C. M E church, which wt held at DeKalb! Texas, returned f.unday. each report a most successful time. Mrs. Ellen Williams is attending the grand lodge at Little Rock. She will visit Hot Springs, Ark., before returning. Miss Julia Cook died Sunday night at the home of her brother. Rev, Cook, who resided on Phenia Avenue. Mr. Mc Kinley Swindell, died here Sunday night. Rev. and Mrs. Whitaktr and little J. W. Jr., returned from an ex- tenrtirt vir" to San AuRgustine and Nacf '.oches. Mrs. R. R. Williams Marcliall. Texas la viB'tin; her brothfri residence of Mr. and Mr. Robert Rev. H. M. Jones and family. Prr C.lCumby. Ihe table was laden with A. Barrett, the nnv ly appointed oe-lmany ko.J eadihler Rev. C. H. Car- P'uv of the American Woodman, lett Sunday for Hot Sprlrgs. Ark. Alios r. . .RP.I1R Ijra ITiJrmn T.. v ' "l new, T"T'"1 ,n T,",if''"r Miss Ruli ',V Hiinmn 01 SJZ Street A very delight- ful and enjoyable birthday party was given at the htmie of Mr. and Mrs. J H W. Slmow, 725 Buchanan Ave.. In honor or tneir iitue iws'i uoii-aa neon Simmons. Ice cream, cake, water melf.-i and punch were served. Mr. A. roweu ien omumuj night for Chicago. Dr. L. W. Whitman and wife of DeKalb. Texas, are In town on account of the death of Miss Julia Cook. Mrs. Gladys Smith and little daughter left Saturday night for Tulsa, Okla.,, to visit relatives and friends. Railway mall clerk, Ed mond Williams and family have re turned home, after an extended ilaU tn T-'lrlnvarin. Ark. Rev. B. T. Trammell of Pittsburgh. Texas was i . jt. ujo. tM .nj h. ed a spendid sermon at Hopewell church for ,Dr. Simon. (iuiiieswlle. All churches were ell attended Sunday. Rev. . MorgaL is earring on a revival at Mt. Olive Baptist church Mrs. C Thomas of Pasadene Is visiting relatives. Mr. E. L. Blackmon was in Sanger, Texas Sunday. Mr. James Groner was cal led to Sherman, to attend the funeral of his father-in-law. Mr. H. I. E. Blackmon was in Uherman Sunday. Mrs. Gertrude Wallace and daughter are the guest of Mrs. B. J. Brown Ardmorv-Church was well attended Rev. T. T. Adams has returned to his home after spending a few days In Kansas City. Three of tho smallest children of George Roberson were seriously burned and are Improving at this time. Mr. Willis Shelton has returned to Ardmore after spending a few weeks at his home In Paris. Abilene. Mrs. P. E. Alexander left on the rold-night train for Dallas to at tend grand lodge of O. F. & H. H. of R., Sunday night Mr. C. Bater Is having a modern bungalow built on his lots on N. 6th street. Mr. SI. Shanks has a neat home grocery on Willow street. Prof. O. Watts organiz ed a brass band of 24 pieces Thurs day night at residence of Mr. and Mrs 8. Bell. Mrs. V. Giaves of Dallas Is visltlni? Mrs. F. Alexander on Ash St The Paul Quinn choral club gave two beautiful numbers at Bethel A. M E. church Sunday night. Those failing to see the girls on Saturday ran aet their papers at Mrs. H. Henry's Cafe, Texas College Concert (ompany. The Texas Colege Concert Company ia still rendering programs each nigh Thev had a very pleasant and suc cessful stay In Arthur city. The people of that city spared no pains in mak ing it pleasant for the company They were met by the rosters ana by them they were entertained. The people witnessed the program, one the concert. Some of the leading white people wltnessel the program, one remarked that It was the best he ever heard. The concert company motored In "the day for a fishing trip In the Foster's car. They went from Arthur City for Hugo, Okla., there they gave two concerts. Their pro gram was highly commended by all who heard them, the people are anxious for them to return. Many students seemed to be influenced to attend Texas College after they saw the Drograms. Mrs. Denmon and Mrs. F. Blandon entertained the boys Mrs. Chatman managed the affair. From Oklohoma the company comes to Bogata, Texas and gives two con certs, white as well as colored wit nessed the programs. The concert company Is doing a great work In advertising the school. They have received many compliments from the leaders of our race also from some of the leaders of the other race. The concert company will appear at the following places: Shreveport. La., C. M. E. Temple, AugUBt 7. Glbsland. La., C. M. E. church, Aug. 8th. Homer. La., C. M. Echurch. August 9th and 10th. . . Mlnden, La.. M- & 11th and 12th. . Dont fall to liear them when they visit your city. See the "Man anl the Job," also hear the best quartette on the road. Members are as follows: H D. English, Pianist and student manager., C. M. Stewart. 1st Tenor, Madlock 2nd tenor, H. Mowon.s baritone, C. E. Booker, base. BarthervHle, OIiAm little Fiona Eas ter Reberson, the inla-at daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kertha Robinson of Merldan, Okla., departed this life Saturday, July29th at 1:20. Mrs. Roberson was visiting her parents. in-law on George street. .He left Mon day on the 3:15 p. m. Mr. Jack Ro berts, Clentell Hives, James Hender son Sundayed in Marlin. Mrs. Edner Cones of Dallas, Texas, is visiting ber mother. Mrs. Jack More on Wiley street. The home mission Bis ter and B. Y. P. U. had a great day at upper Zion Baptist church, their programs were put over in a up to ea. style. Mrs. E. A. Mozee, their able president, had the mission in hand, there . were many good ren ditions of papers and declamations. Dr. J. R. Redmond of Dallas, filled the ptuvit and took for a text. ' lUtt. 28-8, subject, "Run woman with the mesage." He is an eloquent pulpit orator. Mrs. Rachel Reed of Merlin Baptist church, was with the rood sisters and made a good dem onstration . on service, also Supt. T. E. Chauncy of Fails County Ass'n cation, made a whort talk. Mrs. Mat tie Hoperwood, Pres. of B. Y. P. U., also had a warm union meeting in the afternoon. Rev. C. C. Tay lr of Marlin first BaptlHt church, made a short talk. Mrs. Mat alone." Those who visited and par ticipated with the sisters will not soon forget that. great dinner In thr evening. We must say those slptrs knows wltat every man ueeds. 3frs. Lucllo Boone has retuied to Hous ton after a months' visit to rela tives and friends in Marlin. Jacksonville The 4th annual ses sion of the East Texan Baptf st Sun day school convention convenes with Sweet Union Baptist church, July 18 to 23. A very su- cesafm session was held. Rev. H. P. Porter of .Trrk- son, Tenn., Book Agent for C. M. E, Publishing House preached a noble and forceful sermon ax enu u-i" . (5 M. F. church, Monday night. J" v 24th. Misses J. Jones and Ambretta Weems of Tand Springs. Okinho-"" are the guusts of Mr. and Mrs. l at Johnson. Mr. George Dent, painter has completed the- lalnt 1ob on the house of Will Berry. Miss Tonnle McGee wr j called to Ponta to tttend he funeral of her niece. The reporter n'lm Invert an elnhorate dijner at the tor, pastor of Pennon Chapel C. M. E. church occupied the rostrum at morning and nlpht services. Quite i a lurga crowd attended the board meeting at Delma. Sunday. Mr. J Fuller attended the . Presbyterian Sunday School conventloa at Book Hill. Dr. H. P. Porter of . the C. M. E. convention was entertained by the missionary sisters at the resi dence of Mr. Pearl Q. Plero, Mon day afternoon. Ilmnchvllle Service was well at tended at Little River Baptist church Sunday. The revival was a success. Results: 27 souls for Christ. Revs. Lee and Lewis assisted Rev. Gates in this meeting. Prof. R. B. Johnson Mrs Sewel anl Lewis of Cameron ri1 their annual visits to sweet Home Sunday. Mrs. Sewel organized 'the Juvenile Department of the mis the juven' Department or !ioMry society. irs. r. r. left for her home at -Denton. Texas riaay mgui auer biwuuiub t"v weeks with relatives and friends. Mr Ned Drone's daughter, Viola, Is real sick. Mrs. Hattie Thomas attended the Grand Lodge of Knights of Ta bor in session last week at Waco. Mrs. Bertha Polk of Dallas, left for her home after spending a week with relatives and friends. Misses Ether line Polk Is visiting relatives at Hear ne. Mrs. Matilda Tucker of Mart, is here visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hancock, at 615 W. 6th strfcet. Burial took place In White Rose cemetary, Sunday, July 30tu. Rev. J. W. Jones, pastor of New Hope Baptist church, officiated. Mrs. B. L. Farmer has returned home from a vacation In Boulder, coio- Hn Tha mlattlnnnrv aorvlr.efl Were conducted on last Sunday at New i Hope Baptist church. Rev. J. M. Grandberry. pastor of Bethel a. m. E. church, officiated. The circle raised $15.00 during the day. Tyler, A large crowd attended the board meeting at Big Sandy and El mo last week and report a fine ses sion. Rev. G. Colvln and several others attended the district confer- on at Kerpns lant week Blshou ence at Kerens last week, ijisnop a T nil. T- t A 1 hnlli a I Benby of Little Rock, .Ark., held a mission last week at St. John Epl- copal church. He had a confirmation class of four. Mr. C. B. Swann at tended the board meeting at Elmo. Mra. Corlntha Fennoll is able to De nn aeain. Mrs. tiagar ranruu m in disposed at her home on N. Borrtci Ave. Mr. Jas. Klgntower maae uy- ing trip to Marshall last week. Mrs. Matthews of Wills Point Is vlBltlng her daughter. Mrs. Corlntha Fennell Mr. Archie Evnna is reported lm-i proving to the delight of his many friends. Mrs. Ida Baxter of Athens, Texas, spent a few days here last week, guest of her nelce. Mrs. Alien Strode and Mrs. Jesse Foster. Mr. OUle Cook and Mrs. Delia Williams were married last Wednesday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Raffer ty. A large crowd witness the affair. Deputy Pace was with the Woodmen Camp 8, last Thursday night and obligated eleven new members. Lit tle Murla Jones celebrated with a birthday party last Sunday eve. Mr. Tucker of Mineral ' Wells, motored over last week to visit his parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Tucker. His two daughters will accompany him home.' Dr. W. F. Warren and Mr. Douglas Houston made a flying trip to the district conference last week at Ke rens. The senior married ladles club met ' with Mrs. M. ' . Stokes last Tuesday. After the usual form of opening, a sweet pMgram was ren lored. The hostess served a delicious menu. Out of town: Mrs. Will John son of Lufkln. Texas. Prof. Austin and Mrs Mosley have returned from tne u. is. v. grand lodge at Marshall. They report a fine time. Mr. Z. Williams will visit friends in Green ville and Hot Springs before return ing Mr. Tom Rose has returned to Jacksonville to take his work after spending a pleasant vacation with his family here. Mrs. Salie E. Jones Mrs. Fannie Oliver, Mr. Martin Tay- lOr Mr and rt T J attending the grand Lodge of the G. U. O. of O. F. and H H nt n . m rie hm.e of h'8 P"ent8, Tex- carSTo He'g5t8- Hls " form!; . Henderson, Texas, ' his former home and laid to rest ir n.Umber of care 'allowed the regains to its resting nio ! , hiiu 4uib. a.- wirran nw wr.s only 14 years of age. We' extend sympathy to tho h,.j ;.na Man m i imiy. Mrs. BrSon otff8' h1 returned -tram' oriston. Okla., where she visited had been ill for a number of months but was not confined to ber bed. She Joined the Baptist church when merely a child and lived a consis i . hrl8taln fe until the very ?uleaves two daughters, two sisters, three brothers and a host of relatives and friends to mourn her loss. Her funeral was attended Sun day evening by -Rev. D. G, Gower; in terred In Bealrds cemetary on the Dixie Highway.. We extend sympathy to the bereaved family, esneclallv two little girls. Mi'd. Nelson Richard son left Tuesday to V. it her t on Mr. Hiestcr Blair and family at Dayton, Texas. Master Son Bla'r will accom pany her fnr as Houston. Mrs. Nlck onsc is convallsclng at her home on Paul street. Cameron. Service i were reported fr.irly good from all churces Suudav Rev F. L. Corge of Ballanger was pastor In charge at Bethel Sunday anri held snlendld services. Three out todav. Miss Minnie B. Housbough of Temple, has been ill while visit ing her brother Lulio but is now re cuperating. Mr. Geo. Avery visked quite a few east Texas towns last week, reports a very, pleasant tour Mesdamea Snell and Lewis wee in Branchvllle Sunday in interest of Juvantle mt-slcv work, reports aulte a success. Rev. J. H. Hughes vIsHp' Kutghta and Daughters of Tabor's grnnd session In Waoo last week air many others. He took a flying trip to mexla on business, mile enrour to Rockdale. Mr. S. C Woodard's cir was aver turnel and all passengcrx were injured k'lghtlj'. Passengers Mr and Mrs. Tasool Johnson and baty Mrs. Urene, Mrs. Wood and Mrs Green. Mdmes Woodord anl Greer were seriously hurt. Mrs. Woodard'r rieht leg and foot is badly cut, the Intters collar bone being dislacate) Mrs. L. M. Hugh is still on her mid summer convention drive throughout the stale, ;-eports none have beep better. Quita a few attended the fat In Rockdale Thursday and Friday, and the hnspitiblo c't'.i.cn lost pc time In faking Odr stay in the '-It" a p'oasant one. Mr. and Mrs. Ear' Medruth of Dallas- enroute from Yoaken to Temple was the guest 0f Mr. and Mrs. M. Nensome, Satur- day. Mr. Wm. Pendle, Miss F. M. Woods and all motored to Waco last Monday, reports havelng had a dlllghtful time. See that reporter gets all items before 1 o'clock Mon day. Office of Zophys Undertaking Co., has moved to its new location next door to a new Olypia Cafe. His new funeral home ia an ideal place and has . every refinement equlped so though as to take care of any fuueral in the country. Dr. Dr. S. B. Zephys went on a little outing on last Sunday when ac companied by Mlas Berthenla home and all motored to Temple and re- iport a fine time and these youg peo Die really enjoyed this outing. Lei i niA ronuv nninvAn inio mum v. it'L the Dalla8 Express be your friend, says Dr. Zephyr. Rays. Sunday school was well at tended at both churches. Rev. Porer preached two heart felt sermons Sun day, filling the pulpit for Rev. P. Thomas. Mrs. Laura Perkins, the wife of Mr. James Perkins who was for mely of this city, died In Dallas, the 23rd, she leaves a mother and three sisters and a baby 6 years old to mourn her loss. We trust that our lost Is heavens gain. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Neal is in the city visiting her mother and father Mr. and Ms. Wafer this week. Mrs. Betle Foster Is vlBltlng inT errell this week. Mrs. Luda Price is in Waxachachle seeing her mother.. A crowd of Rayse City people went to East Fork fishing last week. Mr. and Mrs. - Rhine re- J-"' 18 caicn. Mrs. auie Jones "i""1 i""" " i mm w ruing, fra la -.111 . i. . . . ..o. v.wvnicii is Bull uu uu3 SICK. 1181. Mr. Charliet Buhns was in the city Friday. Marshall. Off for the Odd Fellows grand lodge at Dallas; Frank White Mrs. Bessie White, Mr. Hyde, M. T. Dennis. The U. B. F. and S. U. T. held their grand lodge In Bishop Col tu"51- mosi prosperious se8f)lon A officerg re?eiected by ad- . . . . anion or Dr. O. L. Bledson. Next meeting, Ft Worth, Texas. The G. U. Bledson was presented a Bulch 6, automobile, a gold metal and a case The Walltlten entertainment was a success. Mr. Zendia Taylor. Prof. I S. S. Reld, L. p. William, Mrs. Hettle Tazier, airs. Wright, Mrs. W. A. Rtce, Mrs. Sophronia Jacob, Mrs. Su sie Powel. Mrs. Hallis Smith, re turned from the Taborlan grand lodge at waco, Texas. Mr. P. R. Kendall) was in receipt of a telegram from Detroit, Michigan, that Mr. J. John son his son-in-law was dead, remains shipped to New, Orleans foor Inter ment. Mr. Johnson and Mr. Sam Ro orough, formely operated a pool room in Marshall. The strike remains quiet Keltyssunday scnooI weu attended at all churches. The reporter went to Nljrton to the funeral of Mrs. Al- lis Griffin and failed to send for the Express in time to get them. A num ber of people motored to Diboll last Saturday and Sunday to the district conference; they report a grand time the district board, East Texas, No. 2, association is In session at New Zion Baptist. Emma Henderpn of Ft. Worth Is spending the sufmer with her daughter , Mrs. Rotie Turner. Mr. THlle Johnson left this week seeking a location; we hope he will be suc cessful. Mr. Andrew Charston has moved out to his old home on the farm. Mrs. O. D. Bradford and Mrs. Oshe Ellis were the honored guests of Mrs. Mary Kennedy Saturday. Mr. Mach Penson is in the city hospital, suffering with broken leg; he was working at the planning mill when a pile of lumber fell on him. Mrs. Ida Booker Is very low at this writing. Mrfl Frank Harton died last night in the city hospital, he is a member of the K. of P., will be laid to rest today In the stranger home grave yard. He leaves a wife and other re latives and baby to fourn his lost. Mr. John Moore is improving at the P. A. Rymes saw mills, a few weeks ago It was fearel that amputation would be necessary. Misses Eva May Fredle Lee and Maudle Wallis will leave at noon for Fostary, Texas to viBit their aunt, Mrs. Mary Grimes Mr. Jud?e Buggs spent last Thurs day at the home of Mrs. Mattle Lar kin, he is from Carmanla, Texas and is working in the Insurance business Mr. George Cansler 1 on the mend after sufferlne- several wwltn with auer suitenng several weeks wun a sprain wrist. Mrs. Pennle Horn, Mrs. Mary Bailey and Mrs. Addle Wallace have returned from Nlgton accompinied by Mr E. L. Reece. Sick list: Deacon J. M. Kennedy. Mrs. Ida Johnson Booker, Mrs. Ra chel Danuel. Nacogdoches. Sunday was a very quiet day in church as most of the pastors were out of the city attending district boards and conferences. Rev. Ed. Drew "preached at St. Mathew Baptist church, Sunday night. Dr. Woodson has taken a back set; it was hoped by his friends that he would soon be able to attend to his business, but now the fear that he has a turn for the worst His son is also down suffering with a erlous attack of Tynhold fever and is said to be In s f,erlous condition.. Mrs. Mandy oilman is bery sick at ter home ua pecan street. Mr. Henry Waldon Is sick at Mb home over In mill quarters. ?lr. Ike Berry dhd last week and was burlen in St Pane cemetery. The home of Mrs. Ellen Lewis on Pecan street was burned down last week and nearly every thing lost, it is said she caried some insurance. Kerens. The district conference at Powells chape C. M. E. church clca ed out a successful session. Among the profinent and . women were: Bishop J. C. Martin, Jackon, Tenn., Dr. H. P. Porter, Boog agent, Ja k- son, Tenn., Pr . W. R. Banks,- presi dent of Texas College, Tyler, Texas. Mrs. R. A. Johnson, nnnual confer ence, president, Greenville, Texas The conference was largely attended. Rev. G. H. Harlee, the presiding elder was at himself. Rev. K. u. xouns, iur presiding elder of the Jacksonville f strict, was a visitor also. Rev. P. Hlcl s and three ladies torn Corsi cana were, visitors. The 3aptist and A. M. E's place themselves on record In the manner they cooperated with the membership in caring for the de legation. Rev. Jones, Waxahachlao heup Rev. B. Trambel In a rl M. Kllgore, Mrs. Walker and Mrs. Minnie Hunt attended the granod lodge of Knights and Daughters of Tabor at Waco last week, they re port a nice session. Rev. Thorton of the Heron community Is In a re vival this weeJc Mrs. Renda Gaton is visiting fcir daughter,, Mrs. S. Ware Itls wtek. Kerens place her self ou cordiality on strangers. Eastland. Sunday was a high day with the A. M. E. church. Rev L; Carnltion pleased his audience witbsra are visiting relatives in Ealley, a soul sterrlng semon.. C. H. Har ry of the Baptist church has a great message for his members July 30th. The Heronles of Jencho gave a banquet. It was a success. Mrs. Sam Brown, Mr. H. Lane and others report a pleasant stay in Ft. Worth doing the grand lodge. Mr. Joe Gross, Rev. O. W. Eason, Mr. Charley Ley, Mrs. I. Penn, Mrs. L. Victor and others are greathelp for the paper. Mr. George King has about completed his oof cottage on North Lamar, it is rumored that Mr. King will do something. Mr. Joe and Sal man Robertson report good business in their line. You will make no mis take by looking for the Express every Saturday. HowlnntL Mr. Taylor Moore, Is at tending the D. M. meeting in Coo per.Texas. Mr. Burnie and Armstard Obra Mae, and Elodla Garland, Misses Elvina, Gerthrie and Fafer Posey, Master Weldon Posey, Taift Stantley and Mrs. Laura Bigelon. motored to Roxton Saturday night where a re vival is being held at the C. M. E. church. Revs A. W. Jackson and M. Mallard are assisting the pastor, Rev M. S. Griffin.. Rev. 3. H. Hughes P. E. of the Greenville district is in Howland holding the 3rd quartely conference.. He Preached a noble sermon today after which the Lord s supper was administereu. Posey, Honey Grove Texas, brother of H. M. Posey, wa? visiting in How land Saturday. Miss MatUe Roul hereon visited Lone Oak Saturday. Sunday school was very well attended at St. John and the C. M. E. church Get your paper at E. J. Housley shop Mrs. Llley Finney returrJ from an extendld trip to Oklahoma. Crops are looking very promising In this vicinity. Mr. James Ashley is still improving to the delight of his friedns. Ferris. The revivals are closed. Rev E. Prince, brother to pastor and Har- dimon of Dallas, helping the A. M. E revival. A great feetlng was held. Sinners wept like christalns. Rev. Hardimon is a Dower in the ntilnil Results of meetlng:4 accessions to A. M. E., three to Mt. Horeb Baptist church and one to M. E. Baptist church. Sunlay, Rev Hardimon for A. M. E. and Rev. Trower for True Vine Baptist church. Manv ih,nb. are extended those who so faithfully neip m our revival ( A. M. E.) and especially Mt Horab members. May God's blessings rest upon you all. The m. !,. people attended thei.- ditHcf conference In Wavochle this week Mrs uamnie attended the Knights and uaugniers or Tabor at Wim m Blam was called to Kirvin on the death of her father. Mrs. E. Defreez has returned from the home cf her vcuio, mier Deing caled to the death of her father several weeks ago. Quite a nufber of palmerltes worshipped wun me a. m. E's her Sundav Mlno Alberta Jones Is visiting relatives here. ""'".Rev. Jenkins, the State houM Sunday nlfrht at the Mt ZIJ rff ralT """hod tv crowded i'i"' churct- The Clarendon peo ple were in the city Sunday, to wit. hff? A1 b28 ba" ame- Amarlilo. beat Clarendon. Mrs. Olga Stokea ti Vn"pn "ST SUter' MrafVllHe Hill L.h ?rl"' txas- Mrs- Myrtle Briscoe had an accident Sunday, her car wai over turned, several ladles being- ia JXi ca!V ha1 narrow escape. They will all recover. Mra. Bertha Calvin bested 125.00 to pay a funeral ex Pe1M,ror " young; man who died last Wednesday. Kornry. All Sunday School was well attended. The Uttle Flock Bap tist church has started it revival, all are welcome. Rev. A. A. Boon is still ill. The Mount Zion Baptist ehurct will pull off Its $400.00 rally Sunday, Sept. 6. Mrs. M. A. HiU Is visiting her daughter this week. Mlaeral WHIk Mrs. M. L. McMil lan and miss Maggie Simmons returned home accompanied with her cousin. Miss Lillie Mae McMillan of Dal. las. the rally at Bethel. Sunday was grana success. At s o clock. Bun day afternoon. Rev. J. M. Boldlng P. C. of the A. M. E. church preached for Rev. H. C. W. Robinson at the said church. At 8:30 p. m. Rev. Bol. ding filled his pulpit at the A. M. B. church of which church he Is pastor In charge. Mr. Isaac Boswell of Oak Cliff, Dallas, are here for bis health. Rev. Allen P. C. of the C. M. E. church was at his post all day Sunday. Mr. J. H. Russell of Mineral Wells property owners continues to build rent houses. Mrs. Eliza Cleve- 'and of Austin,, Texas and Mrs. Alma "a" OT r nBre. " guesis or Mrlfc Mag.g.le puiiam. Mr. Elijah WH- Hama of Alexander, La., ia here for his health. Mr. Woods of Oklahoma. Is here for his health. Miss Addie Deavault, after spending several weeks here with her sister. Kev. Mrs. John son returned to her home in Temple on Friday before her departure, she was highly entertained at Deminta cafe' with a 12 o'clock luncheon. The guests present were highly enter tained. Miss T. Jones. Miss Lorine Hill. Miss Leola Thomas and Mr. Geo. Jones, the hostess was all smiles as it was a surprise to her, after which a trip to the mountains by the parties was pnrticipated In. Mrs Mac Btrick land of Sulphur Springs, are in tho city the guests of Mrs. Blglow. Mr and Mrs. Lee Appersjn of Waxahachle are here health seeKlng anl traversing tha mounts'na. Master William Lee Burleigh, after being confined to his bed for some few days is able to be up again. Mr. C. A. Fisher of oFrt Worth, are here and has taken charge of the Demlnt cafe and vhen in Min eral Wells and see her. Matakoff. One of the most inter, estlng game ever played was pulled off l.re July 22, between the Tyler Out Laws and Malakoff Hard Hitters, the game stood 7 to 8 In favor of Mala, kof f.Any team wanting a game may write E. J. Walker Malakoff, Texan. Thn Literary Society ia progressing daily. The First Baptist Sunday School will give a picnic August 6. Revival Is going on i t Second Baptist I'astoi O. I). Davis, c.jlng the preach ing. A number of people will go to Kerens, next week to attend the C. M. 3. District Conference. Prof. W. T. Jackson and E. Hownrd are delegates to the Rerubllcan cc: vention at Ath ens, July 29. . Ferris. Revivals are In progress at the A. M. E. and T. V. Baptist church, Rev. Starks was In the city Sunday. The" reporter has returned from a visit to Limestone and .v'avarro coun ties. Crops are in fine condition. 1 visited my aged mother at Pel ham, while there I dined at the home of Mrs. Geo. Caruthers. They have a beautiful home. I was highly enter tained. My youngest sister Uvea there also. They - have a fine crop and I enjoyed a pleasant stay at Cooled ge. My sister, Mrs. Coleman ia doing fine. They have a fine crop. Mrs. Zeno Echols entertained me one day at her home. I enjoyed a fine dinner. While at Pelham, I had the Dleasure of be ing showned through the magnificent school building by the principal. Prof. Dougle. It is indeed modern struc ture that surpasses t.ny other in the state for a district school, controlled by Colored. I haven't room to de scribe It here, but hope to In the next Isaue. Little D. L. Colemn returned with reporter, will spend the summer. Mrs. M. Kelley has returned from Hempstead. Condeans Mr. Emei McGrlffe en tertained a number of r'cends Tuesday evening, July 26th, honoring Miss Mosella Durham of Fort Worth, Texas, quite an enjoyable evening waa spent Mlra Clydle Mclntyre visited Mrs. Steptue of Waco, last week. Hr, Sadlt White and little son, Cl.arles, Jr., wltn her mother, Mrs. Raohlel John. Marlin. Mart and Waco, Texas. Mrs. Dora Alford and Mies Clydle Mcln tyre have returned from a pleasant v4sit to Waco. Mr. Seban Hammon of Culvert Is visiting his niece, Mrs. Geor gia Ray E. Thompson street Mrs. L. T. Watley leaves Tuesday, August 1st for her home. Wichita Falls, Kans. after a two weeks visit here with her mother, Mrs. Florence Knox East (tb avenue. Mr. Albert Honoris of Dallas, Is here visiting his brother, Mr. Al bert Honorie of Dallas Is here visit ing his brother, Mr. Fred Honorie, E. Collin street. Mesdamea M. E. Sparks. N. L. Perry, Wm. G. Ross.. Prof. O. W. Jackson and Mr. O. M. Johnson are delegates to Odd Fellows Grand Lodge. Dallas. Mr. Wm. Smith of East 7th avenue is visiting Mexla. .nrf r-otton Gin. Texas, this week. Mrs. Thaddens of 406 West 12th Ave., is home again, after six weeks stay In Fort Worth Mrs. Macey Bell Young of Mexla, Texaa. la here visiting pa rents. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Elliott Soi'i 6th street. Musrs. William Franklin Edmon, Eesie Taylor Chas. Powell and Shawnee Morris were here Sunday from Kerens. Mrs. Sam Patterson, East 1st avenue Is ill. Master James, Jr., Powel, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Powers of East 7th avenue Is sick. The Farmers" Conference convened here July 27th, 28th and 29th at Odd Fellows hall. Farmers from adjacent communities were here. Their exhibits were splendid. Corn, cotton, potatoes, a variety of vegetables hay and other produce that gave credit to the pro ducers. In connection the ladles brought up a great showing In can nlng, preserving and art work which were so commendable. A prise was warded to each one. who participated In the exhibition. This organisation is quite an Inspiration to the Farm ers of this place. Mr. Geo. Flournoy of East 7th avenue has had improve ment done on his house which looks very nice. Mrs'. Lecy Thomas, Viola A. McDonald, D. A. Nelson and Mr. Foster Nelson, Jr., are visiting in Omaha Neb. The Royal Art Club. The' Royal Art club opened Friday evening at usual hour, after prayer and song. At the residence of the president only three new members Joined. Served cream and cake. President. Mrs. Annie Dayls. Vice Secretary, Mrs. Llllle Davis. Wesly Chapel C. M. E. ., Permit me space In your valuable paper, to let the churches know how we are getting along In this part of the vineyard. We have a few clouds and some thunder, but the son of righteousness, still shine and the spirit of God permeates our hearts. The devil, knows now that Wesley Chapel, is In Corslcana. We have ad. ded 26 new members. Our Finance is Kood. The church Is In fine shape we have launched a big rally and some of the clubs are doing fine. You will hear from us by and by from each club name and captain. Sunday was a high day. Revfl S. Radford, filled the pulpit at eleven o'clock and preached to the delight of all. His subject. "A finish Work." Total re ceipts for the day 7 00. May the Lord bless our work. Rev. P. Hicks. P. C. Domestic fteleaee Clnb. Mrs. Mary Whltalter was hostess club Tuesday July 25, the president being absent Mrs. M. B. White was president protom after the usual form of opening the club spent SO minutes In business after which the hostess served a delicious menu. We adjourned to meet with Mrs. G. Visitors are welcome. Mrs. T. B. Elbert President Mrs. Nancy Jessie, Secretary. Mrs. M. B. White. Reporter. The Y. L. A. B. C. The Y. L. A. B. C. met at the home of Miss Moselle Adams. The business waa transacted after which the cluh was served with a delicious two-course menu. Visitors 3, hostess thanked by Johnnie D. Waters. Pres. Jessie Key. Reporter Myrtle Combs. Flrar-De Ma Clab. The regular meeting of the Fleur. De-Lls Club was held with Mlsa Wll mer Dellums at her residence on E. Collins street, Wednesday, July 27th. The president, Mrs. N. JU Perry, pre sided. The meeting was opened with the club song and prayer. Minutes of previous meeting read and adopted. Roll called and members present rer sponded with Quotations and dues. A paper, "Dangerous Dirt" waa read and discussed by Mrs. M. J. Davis. The meeting was then urn. ed over to the Instructor. Miss Ap plewhite. A delicious Ice cmrse was served by the hostess. Next meeting will be held with Mrs. G. W. Jackson, la Avraue Baalist Church. Sunday School opened by Supt. A. H. Hedgspeth, was well attended, a very interesting lesson waa taught At 11 o'clock service pastor Ik. L. Penn preached an excellent sermon from ..st her. At this hour the Mis sionary entertained the church by rendering a program, consistlnsr of solos, duetts and papers, $8.62 was collected. Closing remarks oy Pres. Mrs. N. I Perry. At 7 o'clock the B. 1. P. U.. was well attended and the young people rendered an excel lent program with Mlssea M. W. Mo Kinney and V. Cooksev In nharar. The day closed with an Instructive aermon rrom pastor. Mary Willie McKlnney, Reporter. First Haptlst Chare h. Sunday school waa conducted- by Supt. Kev. L. Morgan. All teachers present but one. The pastor, Rev. A. L. Moore. Mrs. Neal offered valuable L. Moore made a few remarks and Mrs. Neal offered valuable sugges tions. At 11 o'clock we listened to a good sermon. Mr. A. Williams who ia traveling In Intereat of the Houston Informer was Introduced by Pastor Moore, his !alk was ahort and im pressive. B. Y. P. U. attendance was fair. Night services good. Tho Mis sionary Society presented a nice pro gram. Solos by Mrs. 8curry and one small girl. Paper by Mrs. C. Dixon. Solo, Miss Rivers. A talk on "Cooper atlon," by Mrs. A, H. Hedgespeth. Sermon by Pastor. DALLAS niSTRICT WF.i' I'OAFKRLNCK. TEXAS The 2th session of the Dallas DIs. trlct West Texas Conference was held at St Andrews Methodist' Epis copal church, July 21-80 at Waxaha chle, Texas, with the Dr. J. W. War ren District Superintendent, presiding. On Monday evening at 8:80 a. m., program was furnished by the local talent. O-i Tuesday the Epworth League Institute waa conducted by Mr W. D. Klrkpatrlck, District president and Miss R. M. Ventres, acting as sec retary. Bible Study was conducted each morning by Dr. J. W. Weakley, Dallas. The Epworth League also con. ducted an oratorical contest on Tues day evening. The Sunday School Institute was conducted on Wednesday by Prof. T J. Dogiass, District Sunday Sen 1 Superintendent and Mra. Richardsnn as Secretary. In the evening, Dr. W. M. Jones, Field Secretary, Sunday 8cb'.ol, New Orleans Area made a ery Interesting and Instructive ad dress. On Thursday was the opening of the District Conference presided over by the District Supt. Dr. J. W. War ren. Then on Friday was Southwes tern Christian Advocate Day, many subscriptions being taken for the pa per. In fie evening, Dr. R. N. Brooks, prerldent of Samuel Hufl'on College gave a very Inspiring address !n In. terest of the college, Saturday was the continuation of the District Conference with the an niversaries of the Ladlas Aid and Women's Home Missionary Societies. In the afternoon the Junior League conducted a program which was very Interesting. On Sunday, the Model Sunday School rally and contest were con ducted by Prof. T. J. Dou atlas and Rev, S. D. Mosley. Dr. W, ftl. Jones preached a soul-stirring rurmon at 11:00 o'clock. The conference was graced with the pre-"nce of many distinguished visi tors, nmong whom were MrB. E. V. Hunter a representativ e of the Co. operative Extension Work In the Ag riculture and Home Economics. Prof. E. H. l'lnes. District Agent Extension Work; Pro'. E. U Gordon, State Sec retary Y. M. C. A. and Mrs. B. S. Ratcllff, correspondent secretary W. H. M. Society, West Texas Conference. Over U 000 waa raised at this meet: ting. Visit the Oklahoma Cafe, the cleanest and coolest and cheapest service with the politest waiters. 4 .: vj; tafcarv m r or - V) I