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Tm DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1919.
Biownwoou, Texas, jau. 9. Ser
vl: at all church Sunday were
well attended. Rev. W. 8. .Johnson,
Presiding Elder of the Klpaso Dis
trict of the A. M. K. church held
his first quarterly conference with
Lees Chapel. Rev. H. A. Lynch,' pas
tor, he rooorts a successful quarter,
Mrs. K. J. V. Culnn after spending
the holidays with Prof, and Mrs.
Hardin baa returned to her home
in Fort "Worth. Rev. K. W. Wright,
Mr. K. B. Chandler, Mrs. Mary Chan
dler and Mr. Charlie Chandler have
returned to Cleburna. Mr. Eusene
Davis has returned to Fort Worth
after spending Christmas with his
mother, Mrs. Callie Evans has re
turned to Dallas, Texas, after spend
ing Christmas with Mr. and Mrs.
A. Smith. Mr. Will Sanders has re
turned to the city. Mrs. Venolla
Douglass of Temple, Is in the city.
Mian Johnson has returned to Fort
Worth. Miss Ilattie Mae Chundler
loft for Abilene her future home.
Mrs.' Ida Brooks' entertained in
honor of Mr. Eugene Davis of Fort
Worth, Dec. 30 with a dance. Mrs.
George' Smith entertained in honor
of Rev! E. WriKht of, Cleburne, with
a Christmas dinner. - Mrs. Oermie
Allen .and the MIshos Smith enter
tained in honor of the band boys,
Mr. E, B. Chandler of Cleburne,
Mrs, Arthur Smith entertained in
honor of Mrs. Cailie Evans of Dallas,
Texas, with a big Christmas din
ner. The ' Christinas dinner given by
Mrs. Will Pitts in honorj of a few
friends was quite an enjoyable af
fair. Mrs. Mary Smith of Dale ave
neuh, entertained with a New Year's
Card of Thanks.
Mineral Wolls, Texas, Jan. 9.
We wish to thank our many friends
for the kindness shown us during
the illness of our dear beloved Sis-
lor, Mrs. Minnie Jackson, who de
parted . this life Dec. 24, 1918.
By the family:
.Mr. N. Jackson,' Hust and.
Mrs. Nannie Pickett.
Mrs. Bessie Davis.
Mrs. Dollle Bass.
Miss Maud Prultt. '
Mrs. Beatrice Simmons, Sisters.-
Mrs. Hattle Paul.
Mr. Henry Prultt. .
Mr. Bert Prultt, Brothers.
110 MI AM.
Bonham, Texas, Jan. 9. The 21
MareschaJ Nci,! club entertained their
husbands and friends Christmas with
one Of the Bwellent banquets ever
had In Bonham. The gentlomen in
rot urn to show their appreciation of
same ' presented them with a $5.00
' bill as ChriHUuaB present
The Odd Fellows ha-1 a swell ban
quet at Odd Fellows hall Christmas.
They are always doing great things.
Rov. J. D. Johnson, preached for
Rev. T. E. Higgs Sunday. Rev. T.
E. IIIkks and wife, Rev. James Carr,
Mr, B. K. Johnson and wife, Mr.
Henry Williams and wife dinod with
Rov. J. D. Johnson and wife Sun
Mrs.'Dlcy Tat urn died ' Jan. 6. Rev.
T. K. -Higgs officiated. Mrs. Lucile
Arbuckle and Mr. Tommle NIckloB
were in DenlsOn Saturday.
Mr. Willie B. Crumpton has return
ed from Mt. Ploasant. Mr. Corpew of
Mt.' Plea.sant was here Sunday to
attend the' funeral of Mrs. Lizzie
' Shlply. Rev. G. W. Carraway is in
the city this week vlHitlng bis family.
Mr-.'' Riddle and wife of Den I sou
were ( in the city last week visiting
Rov. 'J.' D. Johnson and 'wife.
Mrs. Lizzie Shlply died in Denl
son, Dec. 4. Her remains were ship
ped here for burial, accompanied by
her husband, Johnnie ' Shlply, her
-. mother, Lu Reeves, her aunt, Mrs.
' Smith,-Mrs. Kennard and F. S. Steph
ens. Mrs. Willie B. Crawford has re
turmJ ' from 4)enison. Mr. Dennis
Bennette of Madlll, Okla., was in the
city --Sunday:- -j ' 1 ' ' . '.
UcVi Nolson held P. E., A. O.
Winn' quarterly conference for him
at the A. M. E.. church. Sunday, It
was a fin ant 'J success.
Mrs. Noble White of Arizona, was
hrre this week to fUmd the fun
eral, of her dlster, M; Lizzie Shlply,
Rev.' Carr officiated.
Mr. Henry McCullor of Oklahotua,
is in iue cuy vrr.uing relatives.
Card of Thanks.
I .desire to thank my many friends
and neighbors for their kindness
' shown me during my aocldent and
Illness. I ihall never forgot you.
May1 God bless you all.
. Dr. A. It Meltuffln anu wife.
Card vf THanls.
We te'io this m:nod of thanking
the r any rrlends that wera so nice
to u during ,the lj'n.esa and death
or our son and bixvtlV r, JohttIO Dotid.
"May God's blenslngb forever shine
on you. We also wish to thank thot
vno seat such beautiful floral offer
InKs, Vvur deeds of kindness shall
forever be remembered.
Mrs. 'Joe Dodd, Mother, Bonham.
Mrs. William B. Crawford, Sister,
N:ishvli:, Tonn. '
Mrs. Kobert Ilassby, S'Uer, .
It. Wo-th. " ,
Mr. Jartln Dodd, Brother,"
Mr. JUn i)odd, Br tther,
- ',, Henrietta, OUa.
Mliford, Texas, Jan. 9. Itev. A.
H. Ho-ifjes, Mrs. N. Ii. Burnett, Lulu
BVierao'n,' Ilary McDanioi, Mattie Ma
lone, Dora Graham, H. W. Biaty, T.
V. Beaty, F. D. Beaty, Bosco 00-
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mmons, F. T. Carter have returned
from Ennls, where they attended
A. M. E. Conference. They brought
back a new preacher, Rev. Wra.
Harris. Rev. R. 1L Duncan and Mrs.
S. H. Burgess have returned from
Ft. Worth, where they attended the
M, E. Conference. Rev. Duncan re
tired from active servioe in the mhv
lstry and Rev. Purnell is the pastor
of Pilgrim Rest M. E. church. Rev.
Hodges was sent to Farreston Cir
cuit. Revs. C. U Morgan and D.
C. Lac. are P. E'a returned. Rev.
G. W. Burton to Itasca to fill his ap
polntment Revs. Harris and Pur
nell filled their appointments Sun
day. Mrs. O. W. Burton mother is
visiting ber. Mrs. W. H. Durden, is
visiting the family of Mr. F. Buck
ingham and other friends.
Mr. Girt Clemroons succumbed to
pneumonia Saturday morning. He
leaves a wldow and a baby girl. The
Dallas Express representative ex
tends sympathy during this sad hour
Less we forget that the war has
closed and the plans and program
of the peace conference have been
announced. The compulsory sys
tem is on. ir the learned scarcely
escapes where will the illiterate
Thurber, Texas, Jan. 9. A. M. E.
services Sunday. Preaching at 11
o'clock and at nigh J. Mr. L. C. Par
ker left for Balllner, Friday night,
Little Miss Ruth Martin left Fri
day for Wichita. Kans. Mr. Walter
Lewis and Mrs. Isabelle Phillips were
united in holy wedlock last week.
Mrs. Creasy Carter after several days
visit to Abilene returned home Sun
Teague, Texas, Jan. 9. Mr. Wll
Hum McLenly James has returned
from the 24th Infantry, where he
received an honorable discharge. He
is now visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. H. R. Jones. There was a fami
ly dinner given by Mrs. Jones in
honor of her son's return. Among
the guests present were Mrs. Lillle
Mae Jackson of Grocsbeck, Conrad
Autroy Waymon and McKlnley Jones
Table waiters were Mrs. Elnora Ri
ley and Mrs. Minnie Oggs. Music by
Miss Helen Smith and Misses Mabel
Hatcher. A birthday party was given
by Miss Mabol Hatcher on the 29
of December, among the guests were
Miss Mattie Watts and Miss Ear
line . Johnson. Miss Mamie Hopkins
has returned from a few days' stay
with her sick relative. Miss Earlie
Johnson and Miss Jessie Lee Steven
son are also in bed with the "flu."
Mr. J as. Boyd and Mr. Austin Ed
ding from Buffalo, Texas, were the
gOcsts of Mrs. Susie Banks and fam
ily. The death angel visited the
home of Mr. James Stalworth on the
night of tbe 6th inst and took away
his wife. The remains iwere sent
to Klrven for Jnterment Mr. Hue
caby Is Improving after several davs
of severe sickness. Mrs. Pearlle
Scott is yet on the sick IIbC Mrs.
Edna Brandley is able to be up af
ter a few days of illness. Mrs. Lin
ley of Klrven Is with her brother,
Mr. Huccaby. Mrs. Geo. King, who
has been very low with the, influenza
is reportea to be Improving.
Carland, Texas, Jan. 9. The
Knights and Daughters were high
ly entertained at the banquet given
at tbe residence of Mr. and Mrs.
I. S. Overstreet on the 2nd. Sir D.
K. L. Knight, was present. Sir T.
W. Thomas. Dtr. Blanchle, Dtr. Rosle
Klttrell, Dtr. Mattie Dillard, Sir
James Green, Sir A. Charter of
Rockwall were present and Dtr. Lu
la Fall of Dallas. Rev. A. L. Syms
was at his post Sunday and deliver
ed a spiritual lecture. ;
Prof.. Hamilton, Supt. of the City
Schools, Garland, Texas, (white) lec
tured to the colored school Thurs
day, Jan. 2, 1919. Sunday sschool
was grand at Simm's Chapel Bap
tist church, Sunday, Jan. 5,' 1919.
Simm's Chapel Baptist church will
give a pound party for Rev. A. L.
SlmmB,' Friday night, Jan. 10, . 9l9.-
Athens, Texas, ,,an. Itev,
thows of the Church of God
his pulpit Sunday. Itov. W. 0. Boyd
the newly elected presiding elder
held his first Quarterly conference at
! the A. M. E. church, amount raised
r"" " . ih.uii.iiu. ifcuiuoi f ju.91,
Rev. L. J. Sanders al;x returns as
pastor, for the A. M. E. church. Mr.
Melvin Butler was callod to Pales
tine to attend the funeral of his
niece. Mrs. Stella Wilson, president
f Dallas returned home after a
weok's visit 'Un her sister, Mrs.
Bessie Butler. Mrs. Pirda Lewi
Johnson, who was accidently burnel
two weeks ago died. Funeral held
from the A. M. 11 church of which
she was a faithful member. Rev.
McYoung oi Baptist church, offi
ciated. Mr. 3-d Rlchardion returnod
from Oklahoma, where he attended
the church of God Assembly. Sandy
City No. J 97 elected the following
ontcers: h. Q. Miller, C. C.J Jerry
Miller, V. C; Wesley Williams, Pre
late; Kd Mitchell, M. W.; Frank Ray,
M. E.; R. C. Fisher, M. F.; Aaron
Franks, K of R. and S.; Will Hill
M.-A. J. L. Burse, I. G.; G. H. Mas
sey, WiU Hill, Ed Mitchell, D. G.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Prof. E. J.
Kerr, a ten pound boy. The holiday
season brought many out of own
viB.to as follows: MIbs Annie L.
Anderson, Mr. Geo, Franks, Mrs. An
nie Fuller, Dallas; Mrs. Evelina Jack
son and Mr. Sam Calton, Allle Meade,
Dallas; Mrs. Josle Releford, Dal
las; Mrs. V. Humphrey, Corsicana,
Mr, g jith and Joues Bullard. De-
tJ-P. Starts V, E. Kwtns
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nto Hearse Service
Horse drawn Equipment when
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part urea: Miss Rosetta Stovall, Pal
estine; Mrs. Alex Jordan and Mrs.
Addle Faulk, Dallas and Ennls; Eu
ell Richardson, Pearly Wilson and
A. V. Shelly, Poynter.
You can always find The DaUss
Express at E. G. Frank's barbershop.'
Purcell, Okla., Jan. 9. Rev. Carter
waa at his post Sunday, preached
at 11 o clock and Sunday night, text
"Thy Prayers are Heard." Collec
tion $26.15. Rev. P. L. Carter has
made successful progress since he
has been pastoring the First Bap
tist church here. Rev. Duckery has
made a wonderful progress with his
Sunday school as a superintendent
The Masons have taken a step to
make good men, bettor they have
just taken in ten good brothers. The
Master Brother Frank Engs is striv
Ing to bring the standard of his
lodge higher. Mrs. Mattie Hicks de
parted this life Deo. 29, 1918. Dr.
Smith has a new car. He makes his
calls now in great rapidity. The peo
ple oi purceu are proud of our Dr.
Jacksboro, Texas, Jan. 9. Sunday
school was enjoyed by ail Sunday.
Miss Lela Carrell and Miss Hattle
Doson returned home to Corsicana,
after spending Christmas out here.
Miss Ethel Alexander returned to
Cleburne; Miss Ida Mosley to Hen
rietta. Mr. Horace Johnson is in
Fort Worth. Miss Inozl Blueford of
Henrietta, spent a few days with
Greenville, Texas, Jan. 9. We
have several neiv cases of Influenza.
Mrs. Robena Williams Is down with
influenza also Miss Birdie Copeland.
Mrs. Houston is being held in on ac
count of the influenza.
C. C. Clinton, clerk of tho Camp
No. 251 of the American Woodmen.
Greenvilllo, Texas, paid to Mrs. T. P.
Fowler, wife of the late Prof. T. P.
Fowler (decease) who was prin
cipal of the Ross high school at the
time of his death, Ave hundred and
fifty ($550.00) dollars. This camp
Is moving on nicely with W. M. Den
more as Commander andl C. C. Clin
ton as clerk.
Mrs. Susie Love and Mrs. Antie
Smith , visited Mrs. Jennie Welch of
Dallas during the holidays. They
report a swell time.
Mr. and Mrs. Henderson, have
moved to Oklahoma.
Prof. A. L. Andrews of Sulnhur
Springs was In Greenville Sunday,
to see after putting some of bis
excellent pupils In the Greenville
schools. Prof. Andrews has a splen
did idea of how and when to push
Forney, Texas. Jan. 9. Rev. L.
W. Mackey was at his post of duty
Sunday at Mt Zlon Baptist church.
Mrs. Stella Harris of Tulsa. Okla..
spent two weeks with her sister. Mrs.
Caroline Ross. Mrs. L. A. Glenn and
Miss M. V. Verce of Smlthville, are
in the city visiting Mrs. H. Haynes,
Rev. Herron was at his Dost of
auty Sunday at the A. M. E. church
Rev. J. D. Williams preached at the
A. M. E. church Sunday at 11 o'clock
m. Mrs. Carry Henry has return
ed from a visit to relatives. Miss
Daisy Henry has returned from Dal
las where she has been visiting her
The Christmas dinner given- at
Mr. and Mrs. Raules was quite a suc
cess. Names of the guests who were
present are: Mr. Joe Earl and wife
Mr. and Mrs. Splglns, Mrs. Booth and
son, Mr. W. M. Wyatt, Mrs. M. Herd,
Mr. C. A. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. L.
Gathlng of Oklahoma City.
Amarlllo, Texas, Jan. ' 9. The C,
M. E. S. S., elected new oflkers last
Sunday, Rev. W. M. Flourny, pas
tor. Mr. H. B. Elliott of Camp Travis
a m the city visiting his mother,
Mrs. Amanda Elliott. Miss Chaley
Etta Daily has returned from Tulsa,
Okla. Miss Laura Allen has return
ed from Paris. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey
rora nave returned rrom waco. miss
Gussie Rhoden hns returned from
Langston, Okla., where she has been
attending .school. Mr. and Mrs. Leo
nard Adams loft for Columbus, Ohio,
their future home. Miss Mary Lusk
is visiting in Tulsa, Okla.
Miss Verge Fuqua has returned
from Paris, where she has been visit
ing relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Dan
Adams Is visiting In Slaton. . Little
L. J. Whttiow is up again and is
out on Harrison street, shaking
hands with his frlom He Is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Lang Whitlow.
. Itaska, . Texas, Jan. 9. Services
were well attended at both church
es Sunday. Rev. Dr. Mofen held
his f r quarti Sunday. Dr. G.' W.
IlurV i preached at the A. M. E.
thurvii in the afternoon. We were
all made to feel very sad over the
dettJi of the daughter of Mr. N. S.
Reese and extena family our sym-
parthy to the bereaved family. Mr,
"'lAvatanft anA Qno rlr a urara nallofl
to attend his little daughter. Pearl '
who was bu-ned at Wichita Fails, j
Master Waltor Winn returned to I
Oakwood. where he will enter !
school. Miss C' tra Thompson visited
home Christmas. Mrs. E. M. Wil
liams of Flllsboro is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. McGinnis. Private 01
lie Bold is home from Camp Lix.
Prof. & aford spoke at Ocelo, Sunday
In behalf of school work there. A
now school waB opened with Miss
earl Roberson of Wa'o as teach
,r. Little Estella Tldmore was sev
erely -rounded by being shot in the
eye with an ir gun, Mrs. F. M.
Glnnls who has been Blck for two
months or more is now convales
cing. Rev. N. Prince of Cleburne
preached at the Baptist church Sun
day n'ght The influenza is again
raging. 1 Mrs. N. S. Scott has return
ed home from Waco, -Where she .re-
porta having spent a pleasant .Christ
mas. The Booker T. Washington
school la moving along nicely since
ine new laws are out Mrs. San
ford'a room organized two intertain-
lng clubs known as the "Keller Mil
ler" and 'The Dunbar" clubs. While
the little folks under Miss H. E.
Orr will entertain once a month.
Santa Claus brought a beautiful mus
ic box to Mrs. A. Teal, also one to
Mrs. A. Connor. Prof. nd Mrs.
Sanford are now the happy parents
or a mtle boy (7 years old, their
If you fail to get the Express ask
little Gladys MoGinnis. why.
Mrs. Martha Barton says no home
is complete without the Express...
Sour Lake, Texas, Jan. 9. Owing
to such inclement weather, few at
tended Sunday school Sunday. The
lesson was made Interesting.'
At Tyree's A. M. E. church they
had good services all day. Rev. C.
L. Lee their pastor was absent, but
he had a substitute. At St. Paul
Baptist church, Rev. Dunbar preach
ed three able sermons and all at
tended report a great meeting. At
Evergreen Baptist church, Rec. O.
Qulnn preached three sermons and
reports a successful meeting.
Messrs. J. R. Page, E. Simpson and
Madam Mary Fields, A. Southwell
and Misses G.Henderson and Iola
Kirnmerson. Mr. H. N. Denson, sec
retary and manager of the Beaumont
Afro-American Mutual Aid Associ
ation spent Sunday with his wife,
Mrs. N. E. Denson.
Rev. Smith and wife of Maryvllle,
La., spent a few days last week with
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander. Dr. Wm.
F. Tyler of Beaumont spent a few
days with Mr. and Mrs. Alexander.
Mr. Mattie Johnson of Beaumont
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Alexander. Mr. A. E. Thompson
was accidently hurt Saturday while
at work. Mrs. Martha Johnson of
Goose Creek la the guest of relatives
here. Mrs. Dorah Simmons spent
a few days in Prairie View with
her daughter, Miss W. M. Herth. Mr.
Lawrence and "wife are moving to
Alexander, La., this week.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Myers have re
turned from Dayton.
Mrs. Nancy Lloyd spent a few
days in Houston with her brother,
Mr. w. Fields.
Mrs. Lilie Coulters, who has been
with her mother, Mrs. Edith Ussey
has returned to her home.
Save a nickel for the Express. It
may be a little late, but it is com
Okmulgee, Jan. 9. Miss Bernlce
Jones who is now employed at
Greene's studio In Muskogee, spent
a few days at home with her parents.
Mrs. Roberta Barnett of Hot
Springs, Ark., who has been visiting
Mrs. E. L. Martin for two Weeks,
left last Saturday for her home be
ing accompanied as far as Fort Gib
son by Mrs. Martin. Mrs. Martin
served a new year's breakfast at
her home on 6th street. In honor of
Mrs. Barnett. .An entertainment was
given during the holidays by Misses
Dawson, Bertha and Lydia ' Jones
complimentary to Miss Helen Cleve
land of Rusk, Texas, who was visit
ing Dr. and Mrs. A. G. Wallace. Rev.
J. S. Dawson will leave next week
for Boley, where he will pastor tbe
A. M. E. church. We wish for Rev.
Dawson all the success possible in
his new field of labor. Miss Pear
lle V. Reld, one of our city teachers
was called to Eufaula, during the
holidays to attend the funeral of a
relative. Miss Ludia Nance gave a
dinner -party last Sunday in honor
of. Mr. Lincoln Reed, who left Sat
urday night for Howard University,
Washington, D. C, to take a course
in pharmacy. Those present were
Misses Bertha and Lydia Jones, Nell
Colbert, Almeta Dawson and Messrs.
Mace Dolyle and the guest of honor,
Mr. Reed. Miss Bertha Jones enter
tained the Bame guests at a six
o'clock dinner. Mr. Frank Brown
of Muskogee, spent last Sunday in
our city. Dr. A. G. Wallace gave an
informal affair on New Year's night
in honor of bis cousin, Miss Cleve
land. After spending a jolly time
in the hall a two-course luncheon
was served in the drug store. Quite
an enjoyable time was had by all.
Mr. Ed. G. Howard of Tulsa motored
to Okmulgee last Sunday night Mrs.
S. E. Lar-; of Kansas City was the
guest of her mother, Mrs. Annie
Jones of West 2nd street. A recep
tion was given at the residence of
Mrs. D. H. Wallace In her honor.
Miss Avis Wallace departed for Va
lient, Cv 'a., Thursday to attend
school. Mr. Willie Cole of Rice,
Texas deported for. home Saturday,
having spent several days here with
his brother, A. F. Co e of N. Cen
tral street. Mr. Char ey M. Wiley
and Albert Taylo.' fron. Camp Grant
and .Camp Merrtt respectively are at
home having . been honorably dis
charged. Miss Lillle Jkll of Dallas
is here T 1th he.' sister, Mrs. Hattle
Berry, . who Is ill on N. Comanche
Btreet. Mrs. L. E- White came in
from Dallas, Saturday.
The Ladles Aid Society of the .A.
R- church held an Interesting meet-
ng !7iufty evening after . which a
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dence of Urs. ' S. E. Jones. Mrs.
YounK served as hostess assisted
by Mrs-. Madden and Mrs. Jones. The
evening; was pleasantly spent. Mrs.
S. L, Jones, president, Mrs. H. C.
Masse, secretary. As was men
tioned In our news columns of last
week. Rev. J. S. Dawson was trans
ferred or stationed at Boley. We
wish to frrther mention that the en
tire church was unaware or sanc
tion the acts put over by a few.
County Demonstrator, P. M. Mann,
returned last week from Law ton,
Okla., where thu state Demonstra
tion meeting was held. A three day
session of actual demonstration work.
dlscussioLj and plans for a greater
campaign among the boys of the
state in the boys club work. Sev
eral resolutions were adopted. The
most in-ajortant was that the demon
strr'ors co-operate with tb- C. A.
& N. TJulversity to the end that great
er number of young men take ad
vantage of the splendid agricultural
lnstni'itlon offers at the C. A. &
N. University. The Government Ag
riculture department, acting on th
sugp-estion of JJemonstrator Mann
changed the former plans which per
mitted boys to Join the Boys Farm
hunting olnh onl to join ivijy of
the many' s'lubp. .
Prof. W. A.-Hill of Oklnlusma City
was elected District dire tor. Have
yotir 6c reity for delivery boys.
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Mme. De Carrol, an old ex
perienced Hair dresser and
Beauty culturlst, will teach you
the French and American ays
tern by mail.
This course, for a limited
time, has be?n reduced to $3.00
bo each girl can' learn, send
a money order to the IDEAL,
CO., Box 70, Station G., New
York City. V
MARY JOHNSON'S HAIR
Was ahort and K:nlr
Now Ita Long nd Fluffy
NOAH'S HAIR DRESSING
Pri-e SM. If oar dealer can't supply to send
to u. Itefrne soheutnh-. Mnntractnred by
NOAH JPfeoMJOra COKk EiGHMUNI VA
Have You Hair
Tell tliem to the Dermatologist!
and Scalp Specialists with a repu
tation of over 1 8 years for honest
service. Since the year 1899,
we have successfully treated and
cured thousands of cases of scalp
and hair diseases, which means
iKnt whjiv nwactoriraranrJ Nature
in making the hair grow LONG, SOFT and GLOSSY. We shall be pleased
to make a microscopic examination by mail FREE for those sending for our ques
tion blank, enclosing a 3c postage stamp, or you may consult the Hairdresser using
DR. and MADAM W. A. JOHNSON'S SCIENTIFIC SYSTEM
in your town. If she holds a Diploma from this SCHOOL, she it competent
to advise you. Write us for her name.
v A tlx watkt scientific scalp and hair treaU
mint will b sent by Parcel Post forfl.OO
Address DR. and MME. W. A. JOHNSON,
800 Trcmont Street, Boston, Mass.
WE BUY, SELL AND EXCHANGE
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1931 ELM ST Dallas. Ttxss
STRAIGHTEN YOUR HAIR.
Not with hot irons, but do It vltk
(Klnk-no-more.) tne greatest hail
straightening preparation on ' earth.
Klnk-no-more wm straighten the kink
iest kind of hair. Think about it
preparation tnat a" ;-u have to de
is to apply it on tu hair and with a
little combing the hair becomes
straight not to stay for one day or
one week, but to last from six to
eight months. Water nor nothing else
will make it kink again after it has
been straightened. KSnk-no-more is a
wonder worker. So inarvelously does1
It do its work that one can hardly be
lieve their own eyea. It works like
magic, and Is unique because there
Is not another preparation la the world
like It I offer a reward of $100
for any head nf ha that Klnk-no-more
will not straignten.
Kink-rM-more Is a vegetable com
pound; it is perfectly harmless and
will not injure tbe scalp nor hair. But
will stop it from railing out; positively
removes dandruff; promotes a luxur
iant growth of healthy hair and
keeps It soft and glossy. Remember
that Klnk-no-more la sold under a
guarantee U do all that 1b claimed for
to anyone on the receipt of 1.00 a
regular size box of - Kink-no-more
enough to straighten from one to two
heads of hair. When ordering send
registered letter, postal money order or
express money order. Liberal induce
ments offered to agents. Write today
(or special agents. Enclosed t cent
stamp for reply. Agents wanted every
PROF. L. F. SHELTON,
10T Prospect Avenue,
Asbury Park, N. J.
UNCLE SAM Needs Our Men. Let the
Take Care of You
SAINT LOUIS, MO.
The Excelsior Mutual Benefit Association, Dallas, Texas
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navel ifvuv uvbv uiuuv eu wore a Geatn in the tamtiy dome
times they want to carry the l-ady out of town cr they may want to
end for a relative. If ou think yon need this kind of SERVICa
take Insurance with the EXCELs;ok 3TLTTJAI BEKXFIT ASSOf UTIO'
We pay death claims In 24 hours. An, person desiring such pro
tectlim. call at room 209 Pythian Temple. 2549 Elm atreeL or call
M. .57. '
H STRICKLE NW. rrsaMMt 8. COFmn. Secretary
am. mo mmi. w. a. johhioh, mis.
MM. JOHNION't CHOOtOF CAUTY CUITUM.
TKI SCHOOL Of SCHNTIHC UNOWUPOI.
USE REGINALL COCOA BALM
Aatrict'i Gieitttt Bur Crown
I mi no cnsnsM,
GET THE BEST
jesrs of exneri
er that has bo
equal. It cieana
tbe scalper dand
ruff, atops Itch
ing, feeds the
roots of thabalr,
makes short stub
born hair Brow
lone, at rsig bt,
Give It a trial, one box will convince yon of
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iia Eapenor inemis. iocua diuih U v
CEED3 where ail others FAIL. Sold on a
Money Bark guarantee. Sd 25a to-dsjr
and get a box of this wonderful Hair Growar.
ACENTS WANTED EVLKYWHtMt
161 Bell Street Atlanta, Ca.
1'UOJiK HASSEL 1679 WHKH 11
New and second-hand furniture
Cash, rent or installment Wi da-
liver to all parts of tha city. We
hava a graduate from Tuskogee to .
do our repair work and upholster
ing. Our prices ara the lowest We
make your old furniture look like
new. Satisfaction guaranteed.
. E. W. D. Welch,
1027 Boll Btreet Dallas, Texas
Roots Lucky Stones and Black
Magic Secrets to each person Bending
25 cents to help pay for this adver
tliwmetit, etc i will send free in
structions by Dr. John George Hol
man, disclosing how one may ac
quire luck, success ana avoid evil
Influences, address R. Wester, Box
131, Montgomery, Ala.
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