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THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1919.
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Tyler, Texas, Jan. 9. Mr. John
Walton and sister, Mrs. Clark of
Little Rock, Ark., were called to
Louisiana, last week on business In
connection w(Jh their brother, who
died some few weeks ago.
Mr. O. F. Kroll, who has spent the
last eighteen months in Pennsylvania
returned to Tylor and Smith county
and condition down here with a few
amendments suits him. The home
of Mrs. Hester Foster was burned
Saturday night and contents.
Mr. Bonner Morgan came home for
a few days from Maryland, left this
week taking his family. Mr. Jamos
A. Hlghtower of the Star Barbershop
has secured the services of Mr. John
Fields aa a recruit for his shop.
He comes recommended as a num
ber one barber.
All churches will please hand in
your notes by Monday evening.
Bethlehem Baptist church Sunday
school lesson reviewed by Rev. P.
R. Washington, our ex-pastor now
of Ft Worth. Dr. Stewart filled the
pulpit of the morning hour and
administered the Lord's supper at
night. Many visitors were present
at each service. Hope class of the
B. Y. P. U. after leading soveral Sun
day was over powered by the Allies
who put up $7.00 in the collection.
That Hope might be defeated. Rev.
H. C. Alexander filled his pulpit at
True Vine Baptist church at the
morning hour, Rev. P. R. Washing
ton of Ft. Worth preached at night.
Sunday school and Union were well
' attended. Rev. W. R. Neal of Big
Sandy, a member of the Executive
Board of East Texas, was In the
city this week to attend the same.
Corporal James (Dink) Muckelroy
returned this week from Newport
News, Va., where he has been In
camp for several months, being one
of the horse trainer-inspectors. Mr.
Robert Tayne, 6405 S. Vine stree.t
orders Dallas Express to be sent
to his home by mail. Mr. Sara Davis,
the furniture man has resigned the
poslstion wlib his old firm and will
give time to his repair shop and
Mr. Wall Is Crawford and Mr. John
E. Walton killed a back-yard pig
weighing about two hundred. While
Mr. Cheatham of the Star Barber
shop killed one weighing 300 pounds
the scraps picked up from a school
near him. This pig helped very
much to reduce the H. C. L. More
than a hundred such pigs were kill
ed by our people this week. We
hope the back-yard pig will be al
lowed to stay.
Chandler, Texas, Jan. 9. Sabbath
school was well attended Sunday.
We are having some very bad weath
er here. As we enter the New. Year
all have resolved to live better and
a more consecrated lives than before.
As we realize that God has wonder
fully blessed us we are determined
to forever propagate his cause. The
influenza has many of its victims
Mr. Alto Jackson loss his little
son, Wlnefred, cause influenza. A.
H. Vaughn, the progressive grocery
man has bought the H. S. Shepherd
block of land and is erecting a
modern building on the same. He
hopes to be ready to occupy the
building by the 15 of January at
which place he plans to be in a
position to take care of your wants
with a full line of grocery and gen
eral merchandise. He also takes
this method of thanking his cus
tomers for their patronage and hopes
for them a prosperous New Year.
Among the readers, of the Dallas
Express ore: Mr. Jesse Moton, Prof.
J. H. Moton is a worthy young man
and any community should be, proud
Born to Mr. Isiah and Rebecca
Lemons, Dec. 30th, a girl of 12 lbs.
If the Express is what you want,
call at A. H. Vaughn's grocery store.
Taylor, Texas, Jan. 9. Intensely
cold weather prevailed the past week
bringing an abundance of Ice, sleet,
etc. The weather continues cold.
Services were conducted at the
various churches Sunday. Watch
meeting was observed at Mt. Aria
Baptist church. Ttv. G. W. Ander
son and members are planning a
new parsonage for Allen Chapel. Mrs.
Lottie Trayvickn left for her home
in Oklahoma City, Okla., after spend
ing the holidays with her sister, Mrs.
Mr .Aaron Maxwell died on the
5th Inst., after an illness of long
duration. He leaves a wife, several
small children and many relatives
to mourn his loss. Mrs. Marcla
Price and daughter, Mrs. Delilah
Dale returned to their home in Louis
iana. Mrs. Ada Idlrbird has return
ed from Oklahoma City, Okla. Mr.
Samuel Johnson of Chandler, Okla.,
is visiting his brother, Mr. Robt
Johnson. Mr. Hjnry Washington,
Madams Hattle Clark and Sallna Con
nor of Kyle tad Miss Ethel Woods
of Bo'.ey, Okla., are guests of Mis.
Eliza Washington. Mrs. L. M. Hah
cher left for Bastrop, Sunday. Mrs.
Elsie Slyder returned from Bastrop.
Mr. Robert Van Zandt spent the
week-end with his family here. Mrs.
Addle Hopkins left Sunday for her
home in Bryan after a visit here
with her daughter, Mru. Neal John
son. Mr. Fred Nevels atti Miss Al
berta Reese were happily wedded
on the 25th ult., at the home of the
bride's mother, Mrs. Susie Reese.
Mr. Everett Aikens of Gause, Mrs.
Willie Stcagall ot Houston and Mr.
Roy Cleveland of Elgin were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Elgin during
the holidays. Rev. AV. N. Crewell
of Houston is in tho city. Miss Clar
etfn Russell of Ft Worth arrived
for an Indefinite stay with her aunt,
Mrs. H. E. Simmons. Mr. T. J. Ricks
visited the bed side of .- very sick
brother in San Antonio, Sunday.
Messrs. Jack White and Jesse
, Carter of Elgin iwere visitors in the
city Sunday. Mrs. Rosetta Hum
mons, Toledo, O., is visiting her
mother, M"t. Aury Fields.
Rusk, Texas, Jan. 9. Mr. D. W.
Mosley. of Dallas, but formerly a
citizen ot Rusk, is visiting his sister,
Mt. Jack Henderson. He is also
looking after his farm which he nan
rented to Mr. Bob Peacock.
Mrs. Minniai Smith pave & re
ception last Friday night, in honor
i'aaa, r iiMMai i " "iaaa f " r Maa i ilaaai ' a.
of her nephew, Mr. James Pattor
son of Rockdale Quite a number of
young people of the town was prciient
and all report a good time. Mr. Pat
terson has now returned to Rock
dale. Mr. John Cork and Miss Leola
Johnson of Ponta, were reccutly mar
ried. The marriage was a surprise
to their friends.
Mr. V. M. Powers of Montgomery,
Ala., who has been engaged In work
on the Colored Insane Asylum, ' is
contemplating going Into the res
taurant business, here In the near
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Drown and
five children are all 111 with influ
Mr. John Pye lies critically 111 at
his home. His son, Mr. Earl Pye,
who is in the service of the U. S.
Navy Is expected home Wednesday,
on a furlough.
Officers and teachers for Mt Pleas
ant Sunday school were elected fro
the ensuing year. Mr. Jeff Smith,
the faithful Superintendent was chos
en for another year. Miss Sammle
M. Jones was elected Secretary.
Mrs. Jennie Hicks has been con
fined to her bed for the past few
Mr. J. M. Plnkston has beon con
fined to his room several days on ac
count of illness.
Mr. Matb.es Brown Is slowly con
valescing. ' Mrs. Blandona Smith and two chil
dren have returned from Tylor where
they vlHtted relatives.
Mrs. Russell Foman has returned
from a visit to Manning. She re
ports a pleasant trip.
Rev. U B. Fenncll of Tylor or
datned Rev. James Parks at New
Mt. Olive Baptist church, Monday
night. Rev. Fennel left Rusk, Tues
Mr. Lee Foman Is able to be about
after a short illness.
An unfortunate old man wandered
to the home of Rev. O. T. Brown.
An effort Is being made to send the
man to his relatives In Dallas, Texas.
Owing to the Illness of both bar
bers, the two shops were closed last
Mr. Sam Williams Is expecting to
kill fifteen hogs, as soon as the
weather Is favorable. There will be
no meatless days for his home this
Mrs. Lucy Lattimore, who has
been on the sick list Is feeling much
better and Is able to be at her work.
Mr. Ed Conley, who work at the
Mallard . Drug Co., is one of the
regular readers of the Express.
Mr. Horace Snow has been com
plaining with Influenza. Mrs. Hattle
Cook and father have returned from
a visit to Stamps, Ark.
Mrs. Georgia Egbert entertaned
a number of her young friends at
her home during the holidays. It
was an enjoyable affair.
Miss Zenobia Weems of Los Angels,
Calif., sent New Year's greetings to
her relative and friends in this city.
Mrs. Sarah Checks has returned to
her home In Amlgo, after a visit
of a few days with her brother, Mr.
J. M. Plnkston.
Wichita Falls, Texas, Jan. 9. Ser
vices were good at all churches Sun
day. Mrs. Annie Hembry and lit
tle daughter, Bernloe of Denton
spent the holidays with her sister,
Mrs. J. W. Bell. Mrs. M. Geston has
returned from Conference and re
ports a grand time. Several of the
boys in khaki suits are visit
ing relatives and friends. Rev. J.
L. Johnson has returned from Con
ference and reports a splendid ses
sion. Rev. J. L. Johnson has return
ed on his third year. Big things
are expected. Rev. M. K. Curry's
revival will start this week.
Mrs. M. Donaldson Is still on the
sick list suffering from sprained mus
cles. Give your news to the reporter
when you see him with the paper,
for he can't get to all of the homes,
or leave your i:ows at Mrs. J. W.
Bill's grocery or Mr. S. Ryan, tailor
Mr. and Mrs. John Boil entertaln
end with, a 4 o'clock turkey dinner
Sunday evening, Dec. 29th in honor
of their sister, Mrs. Hembry of Den
ton. The following guests were pres
ents: Mrs. IHimbry, honoree, Mr. and
Mrs. Welch and daughter, Miss Inez.
Mr. and Mrs. Granberry, Mrs.
Floyd and daughter, Miss Josephine,
Miss Thornton. Mr. Burleson and
Little Miss Bernlce Hembry.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Granberry,
entertained with a 4 o'clock dinner
Wednesday evening Doc. 25th in hon
or of Mrs. Hembry of Denton, who is
visiting hr Sister, Mrs. Boll, the fol
low! g guests were present: Mrs.
Hembry, honoree, Mr. and Mrs. Welch
Mr. and Mrs. Bell, Misses Jessie
Branson, Inez Welch, Roberta Bt.':
and Little Bernlce Hembry ana
Meters. A. Dads, W. Burleson.
Now that the Resolution Liar his
had his Inning, let us get back to
Prairie VleV. Texas, Jan. 9. M-s.
Alice V. Muckelroy is home again
after a very pleasant stay In Nava
sota visiting her sister, Mrs. Wade
Jones. Honorolng Lieut. W. A. Giles,
Prof, and Mrs. W. P. Terrell enter
tained a few friends at dinner on
last Sunday. Quite a pleasant time
was enjoyed by all present.
Miss (.". L. Iewis, head of the Do
mestic Science department has re
turned from a week-end visit to
friends in Calvert
While out .Sunday afternoon en
Joying the beauties of the day. Prof,
and Mrs. H. J. Mason were pleasant
callers on the east side.
Sgt. Wm. Stone of Bonham and
soveral other members of the S. A.
T. C. are still in Camp and are kept
busy looking after the business A
Quite a number of boys are return
ing to school and taking up their
class work. All Join in giving tl.em
a warm weli ome.
Dr. J. R. Reynolds of Louisiana,
has arrived on the campus to take
up the duties of his position as Dean
of the college. Dr. Reynolds was
formerly teacher of Mathematics at
Atlanta, Texas, Jan. 9. Prof. W.
M. Riley ru in town Saturday look
ing after business. Mr. Williams
Johns of Chicago writes his Sister,
ACHES AND PADiS
You'll find Sloan'. Liniment
oftens the aevera
Put It on freely. Don't rA ft fa
Just let It ptnelraU naturally. What a
enso ot soothing relief soon followil
External aches, ttiffntts, soreness,
cramped muscles, atralneif sinews,
back "cricks" those ailments can'l
fight off the relieving qualities of
Sloan's Liniment. Clean, convenient,
p-unumicai. uk any aruggiic lor it.
80c, 0o and $1.2
Mrs. Laura Wiley and tolls her how
much he enjoys reading the Atlanta
write-ups. Mrs. Ellen Underwood
died Friday evening at the home of
her daughter, Mrs. Ilsey Williams
and was burled In the Queen City
cemetery. She was an aged citizen
of Queen City and a member of the
Oak Grove Baptist church. She died
as she lived triumphant in faith.
Those who knew her extend con
dolence to the bereaved family. Mrs.
Rosa Griffin visited in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Haywood Washington
Sunday. The Fair at First Baptist
church whs a success. Money raised
as follows: postofflce conducted by
Mrs. L. Washington, 17.02; Fruit
stand conducted by Mrs.. Armenia
Rains $6.25; Fish pond conducted
by Miss Fannie Mae Hale and Miss
Cynthia Grlffln, $4.17; Kitchen con
ducted by Mrs. Minnie Young and
Mrs. Pearl Woodward, .$3.00; Parlor
conducted by Mrs. Sarah Johns, $5.
25 total raised was $25.69. which was
turned Into the treasury of the sing
Rev. A. W. Pryor filled his regu
lar appointment at First Baptist
church Sunday he preached an excel
lent sermon from the subject, "Be
hold, All Ye That Kindle a Fire,
That Compass Yourselves About
With Sparks; Walk in the Light of
Your Sparks That Ye Have Kindled,"
Isiah 60-11. ' Sunday night we had
an old time covenant meeting. Dea
con W. S. Hale presented to the
pastor in behalf of the church a
New Year's gift, which consisted of
a nice purse containing of $7.25. To
tal amount of money raised in the
service $29.79. Mrs. Francis Johns
Is up again after being down for
several weeks with the influenza,
Mr. Will Braxton is home again after
being honorably discharged. His
mother, Mrs. Mollie Braxton, rejoice
to know that God answered her
prayers In the home-coming of her
DARK OR BROWN SKIN MAT IJE BLEACHED ASD MADE SOFT,
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AS YEI.YKT ALSO REMOVES FRECKLES, TAN, RISINGS,
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MENT. BY MAIL 25c.
Thousands of Colored folks an- using the new and wonderful, almci:
magical, Black and White Ointment for clearing up and brightening their
dark or sallow skins. FolVs look better with that old dark skin gone
and a new soft, light, bright skin its place. Black and White Ointment
bleaches up dark skin to such a light, delicate, healthy tint as to pleat-. a
most anybody. It also removes all skin blemishes, as buiups, pimples,
'I'pcklcs. tun or skin sores of any kind, giving a beautiful, soft, smooth
light complexion tn any one. Send Jc (stamps or coin) and receive
a box by return mall.
If you send $1.00 for four bnxps of Blnrk and White Ointment, n
25c cake of Black and White Soap '"''if'"f1 free. Atf-nts moke en easv
living representing us. Apply for territory and special deal. Adrtre
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Duchess Toilet Articles make
splendid gifts. Cold and Mas
88 're Creams, 'Perfumes, soaps, powd
eit, etc. For sale by Mrs. M. E.
Canton, 3400 Greenwood. Madam C.
J. , Walker's Hair Preparation for
sale also. Phone H. 11917. 12-21-41
IDLE. LUELLA McDAIUEL,
2302 E. Horse Street,
SCALP SPECIALIST AlfD BE A DTI
All ladies can have long beautiful
hair. Let me convince you and start
your hair at onoe to growing. You
get resulU from the first treatment
Growing Oil, 25c to 60c; Danurun
Cure. 60c; Pressing Oil, 60c; sent
anywhere prepaid. I also teach mani
curing and beauty culture ty mall.
Terms reasonable. '
Address Madam Lnella McDanleL
2801 E. Morse St., Greenville, Texas.
AGENTS-$6.00 A DAY
OllfeOil Pomade l nn olive oil. Mar and
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In producing beautiful halri clrnn the muli
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breaking, Inning; hair; miuut iiair will, ulcwy,
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You Need a Real Scalp Food.
There are so "any so-called hair
growers on the market, a large num
ber of which are nothing more than
perfumed grease, it la no wonder
people get discouraged and lose faith
In all balr tonics. In deciding what
to use on your scalp be sure and
get a remedy of proven merit Bee
by's Quinade la a highly medicated
pomade that has stood the test of
time. It Is a real scalp food; It
stimulates and nourishes the roots
of tbe hair, causing a natural growth
of long balr.
Quinade Is the Invention of an ex
port chemist and is made under the
supervision of an experienced regis
tered pharmacist. It makes the bair
soft and smooth and easy to put
up In the style desired.
To get best results from the use
of Quinade It is neccessry to sham
poo the scalp about every two weeks
with Seeby'e Quinasoap. Qulnasoap
Is made entirely out of pure vege
table oils, principally cocoanut oil,
and Is a thorough cleanser. Qulna
soap lathers very freely. It leaves
the balr soft and fluffy and imparts
a refreshing feeling to the scalp on
equalled by any other shampoo.
Do not accept any substitute, but
Insist on . getting Seeby's Quinade
and Seeby's Qulnasoap, asking for
them by the full same. Price la 25
cents each. If your druggist or deal
er does not stock these two articles
ask him to obtain them for you from
his wholesaler or send us the price
and we will mall them to you. Seeby
Drug Co., 79 East 130th street,. New
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Fluffy, Soft, Silliy, Long
POMADE HAIR DRCSSIHO.
TMeftMntly perfumcd.aot Blickrorgiimmr
lierolin ttimuliilct and nourish? the
root of tbe hair cnurnr nnpiy, coane,
ilnbborn. kinlcy or titort hair to trow
oft, lonr. ailky. et.y to mtnwre, o yrrv
can do it up in mnr tfyle. Kemovei PAK
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Wrti wr4tip wwniftiei mmnm nf th ote
for growing LONG and
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kalr, or U yea an troubled with dan
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fag Kalp. DO NOT DELAY, but mm
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then watdi thm good rnolta. Il
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iCtm) Hair Oeods Uoaae am the
SAM WILIER, HUMAN HAIR GOODS CO.
Box 293 Shreveport, La.
The East India Hair Grower
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' ky. Perfumed with a balm of a
' thousand flowers. The best known remedy for
heavy and beautiful black eye-brows; also re-'
stores gray hair to its natural color. Can- be
used with hot iron for straightening. Price, by
S. D. LYONS. Gen Agt, 314 E Second SU
AGENTS OUTFIT-r Hair Growar, I Templa Oil,
t Shampoo, 1 rutlnfOll. 1 Fice Cream, Direc
tion for Selling-. 15.00. 25cEitra forfeiture.
Before using was 6 Inches long
After uslp-; two years Is now 22
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Wby not grow you? balrf Encl-e o stamp for reply to letters.
MAD M JESSIE CARTER,
27C1 Glenarm St
KomrtrbrralrfnroIUmprhlmwTa. With oo
6tralgbtDlijg Comb or Curling Iruo quickJj aud
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Atvotrul barter 75
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CHICE TO MAKE
BET-MAEIE P05IADEV The Mag
netio Balr Dressing, used with or
without straightening Irons, will grow ,
4 inches of beautiful balr In six
months. Agents wanted. Liberal
terms. Price CO cents. Pestage II
KME. A, 3L SMITH,
708 K. trd Street '
Oklahoma City, Okla.
Will promote a full growth of
Hair and will also retore the
strength, vitality and the beau
ty jot the Hair. If your Hair
is dry and wiry try ;
bast India Hair Grower
If you are bothered with fall
ing: Hair, dandruff, itching
scalp or any hair trouble we
want you to try a jar of EAST
INDIA HAIR GROWER. The reme
dy contains medical properties that
go to the roots of the hair and stim
ulate the skin, helping nature do its
work. Leaves the hair soft and sil-
Oklahoma City, Okla '
10c Extra for Postage
No more '.
. Falling Balr
Olyes Health to Scalp and
Growth of long Fluffy Hair. ,
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