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THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS. SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1919. J i 1 I '1- I IAnlnB mr-ll. wtAa milt. ? iipirited. A very sweet sermon by I I hot CM 1 1 for jSfVin Rev. C. C. Choice of Denlson. texU UUK UUL 1U1 a" "God Will Provide." Total collection during the day $10.16. JACKSONVILLE. M Penny Dr.Bluitt has returned to the City and resumed practice. Jacksonville, Texas, Jan. 16. Rev, Simpson, pastor St James A. M. E church filled his regular appoint ment Sunday service whs well at tended. Mrs. Dicey Ray was called to Athens to see her sick grand mother. Miss Lena Lofton, a graduate I of the Poro College of Dallas is lo cated here. You can find her at Pierce an Gaston building. Brs. Mag' gle Ragsdale was called to Rusk Sunday to see her sick sister. The reporter iwas served with a nice din ner Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Price. The table was load id with many good things to eat. Mrs. Sa rah Alexander of Ft. Worth is In the city visiting her Bister, Mrs. Grant. Mr. Walter Lloyd has pur chased a runabout Ford. Miss Clara Vauchnu1 scent Sundav at home. Mrs. Ida Jackson of Houston iwas called U Laundry I IV KUCUU 11117 UUU DIUQ KJl Ucl I I ter. Miss Carrie McGee spent a few I r I A J Tl I .. . I J . t . 1 r uui iu rvuw iui w jvirs. nat- tle Smith after a two weeks stay in DallaB returned home last week. Mrs. Lillle Thompson of Dallas snent a few days visiting her daughter. . Miss Lena Lofton. Mrs. W. M. Taylor of Athens, is In the city visiting her sister. Miss A. J. Latimore of Cuney, spent Sat urday and Sunday with Miss L. J). Martin, Mrs. Mary Gunels spent few days In Rusk last Week. Miss C. E. Pierce from Chandler spent Sunday at home. Mr. George Ray, the Colored painter has finished painting Mr. Lexton Alexander's house. Miss Isura Jackson of Alto, spent a few days viiilting Miss C M. McGee. ish Influenza. ; At the first sign of a cold take CASCARA Fl QUININE Standard eld remedy for 10 rear-' tablet un. tin atMrntmrn BMH UP a COM la a. houra relieve grip to 1 dare. Money Canute fell.. The centime dot nee a iw with Mr. HiU't picture. . At All Dnaj Stone. We Use S mitary 1 icaaiug ii WHAT DID DALLAS PROFfMIONAL CUP a. .3'tiX) ' MARY JOHNSON'S HAIR Waj Short and Kinky Now Its Long and Fluffy Sh Used NOAH'S HAIR DRESSING Price toe. If your dealer ean't .apply von Mod to n. Refne. anbatltutea. Manufactnrad by FRED BROSS QTai.br , n ! U Furs Cleaned and Renovated V '. ...v. "'"'. .- ' : I ' i : ,; W ) I ... HIS . CAMERON. Cameron. Texas. Jan. 16. Don't fail to pay your pool tax on or before Jan. 31. Jlon. W. 8. Willis, G. C. of K. of P., was in the city Jan. 8. He spoke to the members of his order at the Masonic hail, lie succeeded in organizing an undertak- lne establishment here among our rjeonle. Hon. E. T. Johnson and Rev. J. W. Williams will have charge of same. We hope for them much sue cess. Mrs. Alice Jones returned from Walo last week. She reports her daughter improving. The American Woodmen pulls of a swell banquet Thursday night, Jan. 9. The Clerk, Mrs. a A. Alexander reported a membership of about 200. The The Household of Ruth rendered program and served refreshments to a large audience at the Odd Fel lows hall on Friday night, Jan. 10. Rev. J. W. Williams spent a few days in Waco this week on business. Mlsa C. D. Honby of Temple has been elected to fill a vacaucjr in the city school here. She has been as signed to the primary department. Rev. R. C. Walker of Austin preach ed to a large audience at Bethel A. M. E. church Sunday evening at S:30. Mr. George Edwards and Mrs Margret Ncwsome were married at tho honjo of the bride Sunday evening at 7 o'clock. Rev. W. M. Lofton, officiated. They will make their fu ture, borne in the city. Sunday was rally day at Cameron Grove Bap tist church. Total amount raised 175.00. Rev. J. H. White of Taylor preached at Mt. Zlon Sunday. Miss Cleo Floyd of Rockdale was in the rlty last week on business. Mr. Chas Brooks, brother of Mrs. Mary Steph en was brought here for burial last Friday. He died at Beaumont. Mrs. J. A. McKay, after spending several days here with her mother' returned to h-r home at Houston last week. Notice to the Public My work Is for service for satis faction for quality and beauty. I want to ask you a question, how I long will your building last without paint? Have you not seen good buildings fall to ruin, decay when they should have been as good as the day they were built. Just for the need of a coat of paint. Wood last week with Mr. Wall, who is exposed to the weather soon decays. nlirht foreman ith the Southern Paint is not only a beautlfier. It is Traction Co. Mr. and Mrs. Wall a preservation, It fills the pores of will make their home in Dallas In the wood and protects fiber against early spring. ' Miss Willie Henry and moisture and decay. Paint means Mr. Robert Ferguson were married longer life for your building and a Sunday. Jan. 5. at home of the bride higher valuation of your property. and 611 E. 11th Avenue. Write me at once and let me save Sgt.- M. Gilmore. having received you money. All work guaranteed. an honorable discharge has returned All work strlckly cash, when half homo from Camp Travis. Mrs. N. the work Is completed, then half the Ross has been confined to her bed money Is collected. All mail care- Cleaning and Pressing Suits Made to Order ! 2221 Elm St Phone M. 5680 DALLAS, I TEXAS . I M3TE. LUELLA Mc DANIEL, - 2302 E. Morse Street, Greenville, Texas SCALP SPECIALIST AND BEAUTI CULTURIST. All ladles can have lone beautiful hair. Let me convince you and start your hair at fcnee to growing. You get results from the first treatment Growing Oil, 25c to 60c; Dandruff Cure. 60c; Pressing Oil, 50c; sent anywhere prepaid. I also teach mani curing and beauty culture by mail. Terms reasonable. Address Madam Lnella McDanlel, 2302 E. Morse St, Greenville, Texas. 3-11-tf with influenza, but is up again. WSASTKOIS HItE AT WILEY UNIVERSITY KINO HOME. AND HOSPITAL ItlRN. Marshall, Texas, Jan. 16. Rev. J. B. Warren, editor of The Express and La. Watchman is up from the In' tltienza. Mr. L. H. William, our pop fully looked after and given atten tion. I remain yours truly. George Dent Ray. The Jacksonville Colored Painter. Jacksonville, Texas, P. 0.. Box 703. GAINESVILLE. Gainesville, Texas, Jan. 16. Mrs. Jessie Freeman spent the holidays uui-MAa. mt. MM 11. n uiiaui. uui uuir . , m ..... ... . I ular insurance agent representing " wo reJftUI!fn" ivuuoi UUP ICjiuiN k DjlVUUlU time. Dr. D. , W. King passed through here Sunday night en route o Bartlettsvllle, Okla., io visit his brother. Mrs. Mattle Mae Hunter, who has-for several ftreeks been con fined to bed in the Colored sanita- tbo Standard Life Life Insurance Co. reports the company in first-class condition. Little Richard Petteway, a very bright little fellow died at I his mother's home In the Eastern part . of the city after several dayB' I olr tr n a a uill t UiHitnri4n on ntiAii. I monla. Remains were laid to rest Lr "m TIet" J "OLD SIGNS DO NOT DECEIVE" Watch out for these three. pMMfte PALMER'S paLMfW Bffls iran MeMiwii-a Ointment J res sing ?oap- . They stand fer Merit and Reputation. This Ointment successfully used for eighty years in thousands of cases of skin troubles. . , ' j The Only ORIGINAL Complexion Brightener At ai4 druggists, or sent by mail x upon receipt of price, 25f each. i . Mads Only By 1512 Atlantic Ave-, Brooklyn, N. T. Beware of Substitutes and Imitations. They may . ' dang'ous. Look for the Melon-Colored packages and Trade Marks. - , '" NEW METHOD ALL WORK GUARANTEED I have Just installed the latest chine made tor painless operations. Take Laugning Gas and your tooth Is extracted absolutely without pain. DR. A. H. DYSON, Painless Dentist, Phone M. 840 2416 Elm Street. Dallas Dr. 0. Roy Buseh Res. H. 4SOS. Dr. Chas. L. Morgan Res. H. 4715. M0R0AN-BU8CH SANITARIUM . Surgery ' Medicine Phene H. M7S. Office: Central Ave. and Boll at. Dallas, Texas. DR. J. H. DODD, Physician and 8ur geon. Blood. Sputum and urine ex amined. 2604 Williams, near Henry. Phone 1623. North Belt, South Belt end Hickory cars. Hours: 9 to II a m.; 2 to B p. m.: 7 to 9, p. m. DR. GEORGE LYTLE, Veterinarian, day and night. Office 14 Willow St, lui. dui, irom o if v a. m., or reo ple's Undertaker Co., 9 a. m to 6 p. m. Guarantees cure In lockjaw and other serious diseases of Horses, Cattle and animals generally. Answers calls. A. 8. Wells, Attorney and Counsel- lorat-law. Office, Room 213, Pythian Temple, Elm and Good streets. Notary Public. Phone M. 8825. Dallas, Texas. DR. A. L. RUNYAN, Physician and Surgeon". Office hours, 9 to 11 ft. m., S to S, 7:30 to 9 p. m. Phones, office M. 4095; Res. M. 2389. Lowery Bl1g 1800 Jackson St., upstairs, Dallas, Tex. DR. 1L T. HA5HLT05, Physician and Surgeon. Room 215 Pythian Temple; residence 3303 Thomas Ave. Phones: Office, Main 1144; residence H. 4027; Office hours: 10 a. m. to 12 m.; 3 to 5 p. m.; 7 to 8:30 p. m. Dallas, x Texas. DR. M. P. PENN, Physician and Sur geon. Treats successfully most dis eases of men, women and children. Office hours: 9 to 11 ft. m,; S to S p. m.; 7:30 to 9 p. m. Phones: Office S. W. M. 2915; residence phone 8. W. M. 7445. Office 2549 Elm St, suite 211 Pythian Temple Building; resi dence 2510 Flora Ht.. Dallas, Texas. DR. m. W. WHITE. Dentist. v Crown ana wnage work a specialty. R. W0RTHINGT0N Manufacturer of piano and auto mobile polish for high class goods Teetn extracted with care. Best m. guaranteed, exnert ni.no tuner nd.terll "e"l. rk guaranteed. Office. finisher. Good pianos for sale at all Mr. Joe Nelson of Brooksville, Okla., was in our city Sunday. The Ladies COILS IX AX A. - Corslcana, Texas, Jan. 16. The ' .wife of the Mr. Chas. Wood, who died near Powill last spring, died there last Saturday night The body of Mr. Mose Carllle, t.,. old citizen f Corslcana was burled from the First church Sunday evening. Mrs. 1. O. Traylor has beta confined to her bed this week because of the influenza. Mrs. Josie Adams, wife of Mr. Frank Adams will leave soon for Wichita, Kan., whore she will be operated on in one of tbe sanita riums. Mrs. Julia Gales spent the holidays visiting hor sous. Mr. Willie McDonald. Houston and Mr. Robert McDonald, f Galveston. Mrs. Caroline Gay, whit has been confined to her bed for the '.uat two weeks is im proving. The N. A. C. P., held its meeting i Wesley Chapel church Sunday evening. Quite a bit of in terest Is being manifested and for the purpose of -increasing its mem bership the organization wltl go the rounds of the churches next meeting will be held at M. E. church In Southtown at 'l. p. m. Sunday, Jan. 19. - - The 1st quv-.crly conference of Bctbcl A. M. 13. church was held Sunday and Rev. W. D. Miller seem ed to be at his best h preached to a crowded toune all day. The spirit ran high an -i it was without saying in Bethel was a high day. Pastor McDade, with his kind and affectionate way knpws how to man age thingr snd a daal of interest Is manifested in the pastor. Total raised in quarter 8S0.00. Where there Is union thwe is strength. Mr. snd Mrs. John Shanks, Miss Bry ant, Mr. Jesae and John Shanks. Jr., of Rosier, Texas, Mr. WJllie Cole man ol Dallas, Mr. Wi ie Shanks and daughter, Miss Gladys Shanks of Jacksonville were the guests of Mrs J. M. Wall, through the holi day. Mrs. Wall snd little son, Mack, Jr., kpw t several ds-s In Dallas,. In the Mack Johnson cemetery. Mrs. Hattie V. McWllllams, wife of Rev.l..,..." jiu "y! i. Tfi. ''''SSSS4s4SSSSS'tSiSiiS4iiisaiA.t.i .) K. W. McMillan died at Shepherds WTllZ...." vc.ry ,"le" f . .nni.ri,,m Ho, lnK meeting last week with Mrs. R. the long Influenza quarantine, these good ladies have been long delayed son cemetery, this ends the career "n lu"" """T ""1 l", 1 ne of a great -woman. King Home atfc kRL?.taB Wiley University was burned to the 7'. , funeral was attended from Ebenezer M. E. Church of which she was a member. Laid to rest In Mack John WHITAKER'S CAFE 1009 Jackson Street ground. The origin of the Ore is not known. It burned on Thursday. has returned home after having spent two weeks with relatives and friends in Honey Grove. Her cousin. Mr. On Wednesday the hospital building lLJ,JrT. . urn ii.,.!!. k...h James Burke accompanied her home, "'f 7C .r r: Dr. R- a: Ransom left this week known, both building was burned Lfor JS? r???.7 ffnIf hlB neIc.e' Bigger, Brighter and Better than ever. Meals to suit the pocket book and In connection. Tables supplied with the best the market affords. Service unexcelled. We want your trade. x Headquarters of Dallas Black Giants ' in connection. ENOS WHITAKER, Prop. , about 12 o'clock in broad day light. Mrs. Maude Debee, iwho has recent ly undergone an operation In the It Is supposed to have been caused ' "u.,""". "le Information Desired. nut was called to Gklahoma to at tend the bed side of her daughter. The ministers of the city organized a ' ministers' association Monday Morning at Mt Olive Baptist church. Mrs. E. L. Blakmon returned '"rom Denton where she attended the A CHANCE TO MAKE A GOOD f INVESTMENT Miss S. B. MaGee, Mrs. Ida M. Haywood and Mrs. Calloway want to know the whereabouts of the . XVTa- IOU can nna " funeral of her uncle. Mrs. Annie V "0U8; n avenue. Larkins, who has recently under B1.T"? "ggs ainea lorn Hagan gone a major oper. ion, in Booker tiausviue, ie-as; was , grantea Waiiilngton sanitarium, returned to ball in the sum of 1,)00.00. 1IENDERS0X. Henderson, Tsxas, Jan. li. Mr. J. R. Str jg of Antioch settlement, uu derwent a double operation some weeks ago at the Bapt'tt sanitarium, Dallas, Texas, he is now on t' e her home at Brooksville, Okla., Mon day morning. He ' your news for Erastus when he t.ellvers your paper. x CHANDLER. Chandler, Texas, Jan. 16. Sab bath school was well attended Sun- way o recovery. Mrs. M. L. Kyles May. Rev. O. C. Cook preached fcr us ot Dallas, Z55 Lou, He St.,. spent a taw weeks with her son and his wife. Mr. and Mrs. Olivia Turner of iH city. Miss Dora Fulgham Traywlck, was. here on business Sat urday, she was the uest o! Mi. and Mrs. Cicero Nlcnols, Relatives . . We are organizing THREE LARGE CORPORATIONS At Cuney, each- ought to be a fine paying investment 1. Farmers Mercantile Co., a general store that will buy and sell all kinds of ta.ta supplies and farm products. Capital 825,000 Shares $50.00. 1 ' 2. Cuney Realty Co., will buy up large tracts of land and sen then out in small blocks to our people Capital $25,000. Shares $50.00. ' ' 3. Cuney Gur canty State Bank to do a general banking 'business, guaranteed by the State. Capital $10,000.00. Shares $100.00. If you want to buy shares fes either one of these great corpora tions write to H.. L. Price, Cuney, Texas. Sunday at 12:30 p. m., the words of his text were: "God Will Give You a liivr -leart and Will put Within You a New Spirit" Rev. Cook pi v ed himself equal to the task. Ma? the Lord rive young Cook many days to preach ! e gospel. , Mru. Prof. L. Mr. T. W. Watley & Company is Wiggins, the eillcient teacher or An- Diitt nir jnnlhr trrrx-nrv atnr on I 'Ocn 8C.:ooi 18 aoing race worn, one & G. N.. they are progressive young h8 young peoplo well at heart. men. The remains of Web Ulbson ot. A- Brashars and wife mee a gr4KSSaTClSe was shlppi from Dallas hre fori nvln "'P 10 waceaonm ounuay i..r bnr'ii Sundav and laid to rest in' service nd reports ft grand time. jR the nrei.mce of a eood and ence. Mr. wia saru. ouui K.i was the son of Mr. and Mrs. callers on Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Lee a:nson. L.. A. J. Cooper fs spirits Sunday. Mrs. U v. vaugnn ana Mrs. in the pulpit ' He dls -oursed a logi cal sermon iast Sunday that gave vent to" the ongregaffn. Mrs. A. C. Cole went to Troupe to attend the bed side of her daughter, D. Willis. Mr. Geo. Lacy and Mrs. Car thrine Wolf were wedded lait Thurs day nisht at the bride's residence. Mr. John Beal and family moved to their n w home on T. & H. rail road. Mrs. Nettie Harris visited rel ative at Cverton, Sunday. Rev. A. W. Pryor filled his appoint ment it Union Grove on last Sun day to a crowded house. Services wi.-e splendid, Pastor's text. Sec ond Corinthians 5-10- "For We Must All Appear Mcfore the Jujment Scat of Christ, etc." All members pledged to do more for Christ this SELL OR RENT H. R- Lewis Sunday. Mrs. M. A. Currlnston one of Antloch's pioneers has been Srtwn with the influenza, but is ut a : .in. Mr. john Collins has moved to A. D. Brownway, and Mr. Ed Smith has moved on Prof. J. H. Matton's farm. Mr. H. Mathis, the Colored y carpenter has more contracts man ne can complete, see him if you want, to dr'.ye a nail. See A. H. Vaughn for The Express. Canary Birds For Sale Males, $3.00 each; females $1.00 each. Per pair $4.00. Ring HasKei 4axa. M-s. Mary Fuqua, 3510 Fuqua St., Dallas, Texas. STATU THE XEW TEAR BY CSISG O-LIM E Will give you lux.n'iant balr with all its charm. Makes Knotty Kinky hair straight without the use of Kot Combs, it strengthens growing hair, stops fulling hair, destroys ' and prevenU Dandruff. K-AP-O-L-I-N-E SHAaiTOO avoids grease a. cumulation on the scalp, v mops the hs'r sweet and cWan.. "SOAPS" if used as a tfiarnpoo, cames the hair tc fade. Price of Kapoline, S6. cents, fenampoo, 50 c nta. -Sold by the best drug i-tous or wir 'e 'mailed to .iy address upon receipt cf priw. . ikwanfactiircd by Stone & Cc, 1'e.t'i'a.tT. , Dallas, T...4?wt Wanted. Easiest Payments in Texas , Bis: Stock of Cheap, Medium, Fine and Second Hand Furniture to ' se lect from. HECRZIERCORNnURFfO HE I AV0RITE I URNITURE J 2526 Elm St., Phone Bell M. 7328 times. Long distance and local phone Haskel 411, answered with. promptness. Dallas, Texas. All long distance calls at my expense. 4--4t hours: :u a. a, to 12:00 m.; 1:8 p. m. to 6:00 p. Sunday by ftp. polntment Phones: Office, M. 7881; residence M. 2463. Office location in the New Pythian Tempie, suite 216, Dallas, Texas. STETSON HATS LADIES' HATS Cleaned and Reblock WOOD & ED WR DS Hat Factory , 421 South Erray Street ADAMS EXPRESS A5D TBAlJsFEB C0MPA5Y - We Haul Anything . Wagons Always en Hand Express and Baggage We have Anto Trucks for Quick Delivery Packing, Shipping and Stwrlng Competent and larefnl Workmen Phones Sw. H. 6765 1 Sight H. 6755 Auto M 4385t Klirht M iox 225 Boss Ave Dallas. Ttu A.. ADAXS, Maiiager. Y ' . X . t""' " " ' r .i it 1 Ift ) V in Dr. P. M. Sonday. Physician an Surgeon. Office Pythian Temple, Room 210. Office hours, H to 11 a. n.; S to 5 p. m.; 7 to 9 p. m. Offlc phone,' Main 4232. Resldonce 2808 State street phone Main 3081. m mm lll'aVU.El.'nniPQ Hiic rosipuJ Fries $1.25 Magic Pomada, price SO els. Matic Heater, price Mela. Asente Wanted. Write (or literature AGIC SBASrOO D1IH COVrAKY Miunpolii, Miai. . WONDERFUL VALUES IN I TIILHDE DOUBLE-BREASTED BOX-BACK SUITS TlltJ MODEL TAILORS, 2S13 ELM STREET " Suits Made to Your Measure In Two Pays. 4. tmtzf.. eS Ral Hand-Made Human Creole Hair. Latest Styles in Colored Pe pie's Hair Goods. Wigs, Trans formations, Braids. Puffs, Bsngs, Hair Nets, Cut flair by Pound. W carry the Largest As iort ment of Stralgfitentng Combs. Send 2c for beautiful new catalogue. THE OLD RELIABLE MME. BAUM'8 HAIR EMPORIUM, ' P. 0. Bex lib Fenn, Terminal Sta. New York City. When writing, mention name of this paper. Xf:'k-rs ot ,JentUo-lo'jt)lly Vtypar Tfc:h, a vultiaMe u;-cJal treatnent for Tnffkensa. afforda instant relief, fk,U-a to any Hd'lrers t'pon reatfjt of trice, 25 centa. ' , .. ., , lievs CAT A R R H of ! - the 3 ,CUDDFR A. HARRIS & CO. MOVIE TICKET ACCEPTED HERE SAME A3 CASK By doing your trading at A. Harris .& Company. You get one certificate for every 25 cents and nhen you have 50 certificates you can get t book containing six 5c tickets tuiu vwu xvk ucia iroe pi cnarge. we w n accept tnesc tickets same as cash. - - VW,JiM GEMTD 0EITTEAL THEATEE JBSggSB.l':', f WAattiimi fx7 ..,r.-r-.- 42 J9 u . Vt y. .1 f'..:.',.