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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 October 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1919. SOME TOWNS IN TEXAS WE OYEB THE STATE LIKE A BLANKET BRENHAM. Brenham, Texas, Oct. 9. Nearly everybody has left Brenham on the cotton pick. The rain In Brenham, Saturday came like a cloud burst on Sunday. Rev. R. B. Canady of Beaumont was in the city last week. Rev. Mrs. R. B. Evans is still in Hearne visiting her sick father. - A delightful party was pulled off Friday night at Mrs. A. B. Estella Isaac's In honor 6f the. new organized band of which Mr. Augustus Allen Is instructor. Excellent music was rendered. Prof. J. T. Harris was master of ceremonies. Short talks were made by many present, cream and cake were served on the side. A tea party was pulled off at Mrs. EwiU's last Thursday night by the L-ydia band in honor of pastor Don aldson, The Lydia Band will give a tea party on Thursday night at Mrs. Jeff Brown's in honor of the pastor, Rev. Donaldson. The writer and his betterhalf In company with Mrs. Jim Hubert, Rev...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 October 1919

PAGE SIX AMERICAN LEGION WILL FEE YEJiT GERMAN OPERA LV GER MAN TONGUE IN SEW TORK CITY, r v New York, Oct 9. Believing that he Introduction of German opera in he German tongue at this time la nit a wedge to begin anew the pro banda (or Kultur which was check id during the war, the New York Jounty Organization of the American Legion has resolved to employ every peaceful means to break the proposed schedule of the Star Opera Company. This company has announced Its in tention of rendering a season of Ger man opera in the Gorman language at the Lexington Opera House this winter. The resolutions passed by the New York County Executive Committee of the American Legion are as follows: "Whereas, certain citizens of ques tionable patriotism are planning the production of German opera In tne German language by German singers In New York through the Star Opera .Company, and "Whereas, It is our belief that propaganda for eGrman Kultur will be spread through ail the under ground channels which ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 October 1919

THE D ALL A 9 EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1919. PAGE SEVEN errs i WpHnpcflav Ort IS. Our firpat Serial. "TRAIL Ur THE 0UUHJS also "liirl Keponer. tm.w continued cn Wednesday. Matinee Vied., 2 p, m. BEX W1LS0X. tlL ' ' : V . II .srrratrs'' si , rrv , r . l v i:j a. , r? Jx's H V ft v'- 1 I if X IF; rj KJ- i? w if IK " ' - i t LUUlb BENN1S0M THEBQADWUEDSTRAICHT 4 , . ... ...J Saturday, October 1 1th, SPECIAL WESTERN ATTRACTION i "The Road Called Straight" A story of hard fighting and bold loving a drama of stout hearts and fighting fists you will say this Is the best Western Attraction you have ever seen" In a long while One Pay Only. Matinee Saturday 2 p. ni. Sunday, October 12, Spurs and Sad dles Series, Featuring Marie Walcamp Also a big Western Comedy "DANGEROUS MAN McGREW" and your favorite Harold Lyoid in a LONESOME LUKE COMEDY. "SPURS AND SADDLES" every Sunday. V ? ? t t y t t ? ? V ! f t Y ? f f V T ? ? y f V f t f t t f t y t t ' y y t ? ! An introduction to ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 October 1919

PAGE EIGHT ir HUBBARD. Hubbard, Texa. Oct. 9. Service at all churcnes were well attended Sunday. Rev. Q. Burton. Mrs. E. B. Burton and Mrs. V. E. Lawson and Mr. Wade Wright attended the as sociation at Waxahachle last week. Miss Mary Hobbs, was In the city last week visiting relatives. Miss Marie Jones mado a trip to Waco last week. Mrs. Ada Merriutt la visit ing in Purdon. Mr. Waton and Reid are at home for a few days from Wichita Fails. Mr. Will Armstead and family left Thursday for Wichita Falls, for their future home. Mr. Drake and daughter, Beatrice Drake were in the city a few days from Houaton. Mrs. McClerry went to Waco, Sunday. Miss Rosle V. Davis left Tuesday for Samuel Hus ton College. Miss Theresa Williams, Mr. Louis Chapel was quietly mar ried Sunday night at the home of the bride. -. Sick list: Mrs. Reld and Mrs. George Thomas and Harde Daniels. ME XI A. Mexla, Texas, Oct. 9. Sunday was a great day at St John's A. M. E. church. The rally which had been going on for sev...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 October 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1919. page irons COLORED MEN'S DEPARTMENT OF -INTERNATIONAL Y. M. C. A. GOES TO NEW YORK HEAD- QUARTERS. (Thompson's National News Bureau) Washington, D. C, Oct. 9. October first is "moving day" for Washington Office of the Colored Men's Depart ment of the International Committee of the Young Men's Christian As sociation, which has been main tained for a number of years in this natural center of the Negro's re ligious and social activities, during the formative period of the great work of reaching the unreached youth of the race. Dr. J. E. Moorland, International Secretary, in charge of the Colored Men's Department of the Y. M. C. A., makes announcement that the office here is to move at once to the Gener al Headquarters in the spacious building, 347 Madison Avenue, in the heart of New York City. A press tepresentatlve, vlBitlng the 12th St. Branch last week, found the genial Dr. Moorland surrounded by a moun tain of books, fil...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 October 1919

PAGE fEH THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1919. - - - THE mAIRIE VIEW EXHIBIT, MUCn IX LITTLE TnE HASP PIKECTEI) BY SKILL IS A TOW Kit FIX LEVEK. Trof. A. I. EwIL Director and Pro. motor, Head of the Laundry and Hatters' lX partnicnlH. The Kxliiblt a Pride to the Institution Standard of the School Is liaised to the Rank of t.Olh'ffe ItctlH'l Kdnealliinnl Facilities for the Ne irro ax a Means to ( urh I'nrest and Discontentment. N. W. Harllec. On yesterday, we visited the exhibit, at the State Fair of the Tralrle View State Normal and Industrial Col lege, directed and promoted by Hon. A. IX Kwell, the one young man that Ih an industrial factor of the youth of Texas. Prof. Ewell has been at the head of the laundry department and the manufacture of hats for twenty-four years, and Is now hear ing his quarter of a century In this Important position, where skill and brains and dent of Industrial push are required. Perhaps no one man in public life has done more to e...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 October 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1919. PAGE EIETEH r JIIE MKMKERN OF THE BETHEL A. HI. t,. IIHUIII A lib 1W HAIL A MODERN NEW BETHEL. THE ENTIRE MEMBERSHIP HAS BEEN THROWN INTO UNITS RE VOLVING AROlNI A CENTRAL I N I T. EiK'h Generation Should Build Itself or Pay N I'ebts. For The members of the Bethel A. M. E. church of Dallas are to have a new church edifice, modern both with the keeping of the growth of the membership and that of the great growing city. For that specific purpose and of making the house of the Unci the first of devine temples, and to make it suitable for the present generation. The generation that has past done nobly their work under circumstances more ad versed than that of the pres- , I c . 1 . 1". . 1 . cm, ana oniy a iew milium nicm- tiers of the past or last generation now remain, and their work has lapp- I The above Is the likeness of W. H. ed over into the present and has ' IIarvcyi preHident of the itoyal Mu afrorded shelter for this...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 October 1919

I rACE TWELYE riEGRo nusic at VICTORY FAIR. and Negro spirituals that reflect the j, p. rHELLIPS, A. B, WITH 5A true spirit of the childlike Colored TIONAL BEPDTE. race are included." "Wherever these artists appear Elocutionist, dramatist, poet, bo- thcy evoke the moBt enthusiastic ap- cial uplift, welfare and religious plause. No one can listen to one of worker and lecturer. Open for en- their programs, presented in their pagementB In California, Nebraska, inimitable style, without a feeling Oklahoma, Missouri, New Mexico, that 'God's in His heaven all's Texas, Arizona and Oregon, write right with the world." Critics the for particulars. country over are loud In praise of Serves In colleges, churches spec this masterly organization." i lal programs, associations and or- . . ganized literary societies. The Amtrican Syncopated Orches tra Mast Unique Musical Organ ization Extant Appears Eaih Afternoon and Evening in Ccli- TAILORED TO YOUR EXACT MEASURI Residence 3004 State Street, pho...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 18 October 1919

PARK TRlf THE AMERICAN 8YN0OFATEI 0RCIIKHTRA IS HONORKH WITH . A MAGNIFICENT BANQl KT 01 V EJT OJfDKR TI1F- AUSPICES OF THK I.OVKK OF MCSIC LIB OF THK CITY OF DALLAS ON LAST "FRIDAY KVF.NINti AT THE 8. V. T. HALL. The Bevr of Ladlm ma an Inspira tion and IVllt to all. By N. W. Harllee. It was on Friday evening of laot -week whoa the hall of pleasure and complete enjoyment waa had In hon or of the American Syncopated Or , cheHtra, The apaokxm hall was All ed with a bevy of the most fashion able and pretty women It has ever tteen our pleasure to see .and for once the writer Imagined himself a youngster once more as these ladles made the hall ring with their modesty and beauty and the pleasure of by gone days stole upon h'm as he sat in a corner and peeped out at them like the country mouse that came to town. ' The Lover's Musical Club of which rangeniul I. M. Morton Is the Presi dent entertained the Syncopated Or chestra, which has been engaged at the State Fair to render daily pro gr...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 18 October 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1919. PAGE ELEYEH DALLAS EXPRESS TO START NEW FEATURE t-y rite-? mmlk 4 fcAJiJK In pursuance of our policy of ' sparing no expense to give our read ers nothing but the best, we have' engaged the services of the well known cartoonist, Bill Ziff. I He is the originator of the famous viMiuv, DLlip UlCCUj Will henceforth come out in our paper reguarly. This picture shows Bill Ziff gam boling around with a couple of Mex-r lean kids, down in the weary wilds of Oklahoma. These kids could not speak a word of English but, as you can see, they evidently got along pretty well together. ' Bill Ziff has drawn for the fore most papers of the country and Is a man of national reputation but shucks! let Bill Ziff tell his own story. BUI ZifTs Story. The Dallas Express has a.sked me to write up something about my self and I suppose there is no gett ing around it, so here goes. I was born in the windy city of Chicago at the time the proud citizen...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 18 October 1919

PAGE TWELTE THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1919. MARSHALL Marshall, Texas, Oct. 18. Hen Dab ney, aa industrious and prosperous farmer In the neighborhood of ScotUvllle was shot to death over a settlement In the store. It is report ed that Ben Dabney's cotton was taken, and an attempt was mad3 to take his corn from the fluid. A reception in honor of Misses Joe Brown and eGorge Flemmlngs at Mr. Oharles Blaine's home. They leave for Mebarry Medical College. Those present: Misses Geneva Roberts, Klizabeth Roll In, Mattlee Greer, Lot tie Brlnde, Willie V. Greer, Messrs. Charlie, K. C. Gopoland, and Blaine loaves for Mcharry. The Texas and Louisiana Association met with St. John's Baptist church, seven miles in the country It was marked with a great success. Some $2,200 was raised. Rev. It A. Grangor was re elected over all opposition, his re port was flue without criticism. Rev. A. M. Moore re-elected. Mr. Irvln Williams, after a long illness died at his grand mo...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 18 October 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1919. PAGE THIRTEEN COL. CHAS. YOUNG SAYS "USE VOTES" ""v" (Continued from page 1). don't know, Colored people know, some things .white people will never know, there being, among them an odd-fellowship, a " freemasonry the white will never learn." "We are not hunting social1 equal ity," he declared. "We are after social equity, social sameness. We want to walk in Jerusalem Just like John," as the old Colored man said years ago. Emphasizing the value of organ ization and co-operation he told everything turning aside in Africa when the little ant starts out on his forays, million strong, people dessert-trig their homes and the kings of animaldom getting out of the way. "Use your votes as battering rams against the walls of prejudice, "he said, "Practice moderation, medi tation conciliation and abitratiou before you attempt rioting in this Kuntry of ours, "he counselled. "I believe a majority of the decent people of this country N...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 18 October 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, SATUPDAYr OCTOBERlLJglgi. PAGR FOUBTKEIT en JOHN HARRIS, MANAGER C3--R. -A. IN" 3D t y y y y y y y y y y y T ? ? ? ? ? $ f ? ? ? ? T ? f T t ? ? f f ? t t ? ? -t t t ? ? ? . ? ? ? '? ? ? ? ? ? ? f ? ? ? ? ? ? '? y r y y y y y r ?' ? ? v V y y V V V y T ? ? ? t ? ? t ? t ? r ft H:-- V,' V V - 0 JOHN HARMS Sunday Oct. 19th THE Great Gamble Featuring Anne Luther, Warren Cook, Edith Thorn ton, Charles Hutchinson, Richard Nell and Billy Marau Continued every Sunday. v ' ALSO THE. "Carter Case OBEAT CBAIO KENNEDY serial, featuring Herbert Rawlinson aud Margaret Marsh, supported by Walter Jameson, Ethel Gray, Gene Baker and Donald Hale, continued every Sunday, running with "THE GREAT GAMBLE." ' STAR-UNO MONDAY. OCTOBER 20TH "THE RADIUM MYSTERY" Starring Cleo Madison, r other big 15 Week Serial to be continued every Monday. First Episode will be shown Monday, Oct. 20. .t; o FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, OCTOBER j6TIi-I7TH 4WHEN BEARCAT WENT DRY" . The Biggest Six Re...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 18 October 1919

PAGE FIFTEEN fj. T k t Fort, Worth, Texas, Oct., 18. Miss T.lel Jones and Mr. J. W. Haysaw were quietly married in the home of her aunt, Mrs. Fred Coe. October 3rd. Itev. A. L. Cooper officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Haywood left immediately for Waureka, Okla. The Masonic Smoker given by the soveral lodges of Master Masons last Thursday night, Oct., 9th, was quite an enjoyable affair. Rov. P. R. Washington, father of Mrs. J. W. Tildon, Jr., died of blood poison at the Booker Washington Sanitarium In Fort Worth, Sept. 16th -1919. He is survived by wife and daughter. Miss Ruby Edwards left for Mexia October 11th where she will spend the winter with her aunt, Mrs. John Henderson. Miss Bessie Neugent of Kansas City, Mo., is the guest of her brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Neugent. Rev. L. K. Williams of Chicago, former pastor of Mt Ollead Baptist Church will preach at Mt Gilead Sunday morning at 11:00. Mrs. M. E. Moore and her grand daughter, Miss Fay Burks, have re turned from an ext...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 18 October 1919

PACK' ftlXTKKI! DALLAS LOCAL Mrs. Ella Wheeler of Ollmer, Texas was In the city this week. Attorney W. H. Griggs of Fort Worth waa In town on business this Mrs. Rosette Jackson Adams of 1908 Hall street is very sick and is ' at Baptist sanitarium this week. At this writing She is doing; nicely. Mr. Henry Green of Terrell, who under went a major operation at the Morgan and Busoh sanitarium recent ly left lor his home this week. Mr. Green was a patient of Dr. Mellln of Terrell, who assisted Dm. Morgan Busch and Trottr ' in the operation. Green had a ruptured appendix. He has fully recovered now. Mrs. Hffle D. Austin left last Sat urday morning for Hempstead to be gin ochool work. Mr. Wash Walton of Mineral Wells Is shaking hands with friends this J. H. Ham of little Rock, Ark., stopped here Wednesday en route to Rockwall. Texas. Mrs. ti. Q. Penn entertained the Corticelll Art club Monday afternoon at 1031 E. lth street , Mrs. Amy Bcanaon has Just return ed from Arkansas risking her fa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 18 October 1919

V V II Founded by w. a King. The Republican Parly Is The Ship, All Else Is The Sea" Fred Douglas. ilbo Per Annum , ' i i TOL. 27, SO. 2. ' THE DALLASEXPRESS, DALLAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 191J PRICE FITB CEST8. Negroes to Furnish Labor Only. The Most Remarkable in History of The South Cordele.'Ga,, Oct 16. A remarkable proceeding on the part of the white citizens of this took place a short while ago, when a mass meeting was held to consider the restoring of the Negro church buildings, which were destroyed by the mob several weeks ago. A committee was appointed to investigate the damage done and to report the amount to be raised to make good this destruction. This committee reported as fol lows: "Pursuant to and In connection with a mass meeting held at the Court House some weeks ago con cerning the burning of Negro church es In the county, a number of white and Colored citizens met at the site of one of these churches Thursday and made an investigation of the number of churches dest...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 18 October 1919

PAGETWO DALLAS LOCAL.. Prof. J. H. Stewart of Austin, Sov. Commander of tbe National Woodmen of Texas, was in the city attending his executive board of tbe order, lie states the order is makinz rapid progress In the state.' lis says over 1,300 new members were enrolled In the month of Sept Rev. A. D. Hall is back In the city again, but will leave tomorrow for ' Mt .Vernon, where he has formed one of the largest Associations of Heroines, among the best women of Mt Vernon, also took In twenty-five men, best In the city. The good work must go on. - IX MEMORIAM. In memoriam of our darling moth er, Mrs. Arrena Smith, who died October 12, 1917, at Marshall, Texas, the month of October, once more Is here, the saddest of the year. We miss you darling mother, as we did tbe day you passed away. You are not forgotten dearest one, nor will you ever be as long as life and memory last. We will remember thee. Your loving daughters, Ethel Maxey and Carrette Collier, 308 Hill street, Elpaso, Texas. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 18 October 1919

PAGE THREE 4$J&A&A-1&&.J&A-J&.&.&. jAa. Afc Afc Afc Afc .sAsV Jaav j&j&k-t&k&M. AaA AA- VVV AaVA AA-ASV AA. AVU. AJt AA. StVA AAAaA A. AA. AS. Aa. AA. Afc Afc AA. AA A. nn o nnnn rnvnfi ' n? nn uu THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 919. mm ? t ? f f t t ? ? ? t ? ? ? r r ? ? ? f f t ? ? ? ? t ? ? ? t ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? t ? ? ? ? ? t t ? V t t ? ? t t ? f t Y Y Y ? t y ? ? ? ? ? ? ? Y Y Y ? ?' Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y SaturdayOctober 18th SPECIAL ATTRACTION FEATURIMG TOM MIX IN A FIVE REEL WESTERN PRODUCTION DAYS OFTHE DARRING" A thrilling story of tie Western Plains. Lots of Cold Lead. Fast Fists, Crammed full of action One Day Only, Saturday, October 18th Matinee at 2:00 p m . Sunday, October 19th Marie Walcamp In her greatest of all Western Series Spurs and Saddles Also a Rip Roaring Comedy filled with lots of humor, Also Herold Lloyd in a Lonesome Luke Comedy Doors open Sunday at 1:00 p. m, "Spurs and paddles" conti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 18 October 1919

TIIE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1919. fHB DALLAS ' IXFBK8S MEMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. rubllaned every Saturday mornin Id. the year at 2600 Bwiaa Arenur by ran Dallas rtpbkm rtHi,iiait- COMPANY. (Incorporated) Dalian. Texan. Krm Tark Olllct, Frost . Froei II N.aiith HtreeL ' , i klfuit OUlcc, Frost Front. Boy e building. . atlanie Frost A Frost, Can ir HuMdluw. .Sathtllle Oilier, Front & Frost, in 4-pndwnt t.lfn Building;, J. Hs JORDAN, Maaacer. Entered at Post Office at Dallas Cejan, aa eecond-c-lass matter, undei art of Conitreaa. March, 17. IMPORTANT. No eubecriptlona mailed lor a lea vrfiod than three month. Payment u aame must be (0 cents. st'HsCIUPTIOKS IN ADVANCK. One Year. t'x Months '? rhree Month a'nurl Topy. . . . NOTICJ! TO THH PUBLIC. Any erroneous reflection upon the -haracter. atandlng; or reputation of any person, firm or corporation whlan jav appear In the columns of The Oallaa fcxpreaa will be gladly cor. rected upon Ita be...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 18 October 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1919. PAGE FIT! X WIIITEWRIGIIT Whltewrlght, Texas, Oct 16. Rev. L. A. Hearvey was with his people Sunday they were glad to have him. Rev. O. T. Patterson preached at the First Baptist church Sunday evening. Sunday school was well -attended at fcoth churches. Mrs. G. E. Boyd was 1 Dallas. Mrs. R. V. Dehoney was la Honey Grove. Mrs. Nellie Pertilla ts Improving. Mrs. Dicey Allen Is very sick. Mrs. Millie Lewis Is In Denison this city. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jackson was called to Paris, Texas, to the hed side of her sick sister. Mr. B. H. Henderson and Mrs. OUle Graver was in Denison. EASTLAXD. Eastland, Texas, Oct. 16. The lit tle oil city Is now on its march. Rev. Jenkins, District Supt of Missions, of the eWst Texas, Association was at his post today. Rev. Williams was responsible for 11 o'clock sermon. He preached an excellent sermon. Elder Jenkins, pastor in charge preached an excellent sermon. Elder Jenkins, preached Sunday nigh...

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