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THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1919.
. v.'u.s.s rcivr. v, r.)iul.' ' Tv;::;, April 3. Mrs. .;'... i .l.-i:.;:ioit of Tyler is hero vlsit- j.:!" !;. !' (i;.CKJt.r, All'S. ClirtOHI. M, N. riuht made a busl ' rn' -s trip to Tfnvii Tui-mlay. .- ;:r. i'.'.l illUmin vmitod In Dal las Saturday. Mis. JoUie Mat Turner and Sinter A. L. Hunt wore litre on a busi ness 'n-iii?(1;iy . V.iss Kaf.o Cray of Canton Is here 1h.t 8itUr. Mrs, Bowles. livv. WUltite of Terrell was hen f.inday. In n: ito cl tbe bad weather, many people were out to hear Hey. Mrs. CUu k preach. She delivered, two oul utinins sermons. J.iPSHis. Archie ThonipKon and N. C. Siinnon of Longvlew pased thro ugh Su.jduy en route to Ft. Worth, fci'pning over a few hour with the Matter's muter, Mrs. Lark Mathla. MILt'OKD. Milford, Texas. April 3. Master Alfred Ilently, v.hn has been in Dal las several weeks has returned home Mr. Goo. Buckingham of Florence Ala., who has been vinltinfZ his bro ther, Frank our fellow-townsman, lias returned home. I'rivate Robert Maloue, Co. 317 Ammunition Train, A. K. F., is at homo. Ho states that for fifty-three days he heard the roaring of cannons and the machine guns' hiss. Mr. Ode Carulhcrs was the mi oat of MlfS Georgia 1'anieln. Mrs. Helen Jo'ui;pon went to Merlins vinlHtlnir her flsirr, Aire. Uobt. Ilucklngham. Mr. O. J. Jeffrey of llillsboro Is visiting biv. brother, David Yates. The stork paused through Milford and left a boy at Rev. G. W. Bur ton. Mother and baby doing nicely. Ilichardson, Batio and McDanltd are jeradini; Webb slreet. F. . Dcatty and the lSuinett brothers have put In a nice novelty and general busi ness on Hoard-Ark Htreet. lal icullmiiil and KcIEkIouk. Rev. G. W. Burton in his third lec ture before K. M. Hi presents sub ject: "The Curse of Idleness," to the satisfaction of both teachers and el intent body. The young women from Cleburne, uliould have encouragement from all enisle lovers. They hive not a line of testimonials behind them, but they have volume, pitch, strength, tone, ease, f irce and -race coupled with those virtues they have that thoroughness of drill and smoothness of presentation until aeh number and it successor bid fair to bring the house down. Patronage went through the mud and rain to hear then and a&kod that at their con venience they repeat their visit. They promised. All churches were quiet Sunday. Rev. Burton went to Midlothian to bold a board. EevVllnrria was out of town a few days the past week. I'AMKUOX. Cameron, Texiu., April 6. Mra. Fa.ieol and her dauiililer, Alice left or lieltor. last week vl-.ilting friends. Mr. James Anderson has opened a ilint-cl.iss . barber Shop just below vtnie Th-. hlch school Bor- r.lal iHnner last Friday liipbt with a concert at night. Miss Katie Fullrm spent a lew oays in ll.n ,'itv limt week. Mis Nona Cunningham and Mrs. Hoyl closed their school laHt rri av with eeteisps at nluht. Rev. Ash burn delivered an able address to iiw. i,i-h Hi-iiiHil last Thursday. Rev. D. 1 1. Williams of Waco was In the Saturday. Ue and Mrs. curry conduct ed educational rally at Gause, Cut nv Ue. J. Gordon Mcl'herson (Black Billy Sunday) ias been called as ..ui,r nf Ciminron Grove Baptist clnii'di to succeed Rev. W. M. Loftoq Is reported on me sick usi una we:iv. iiw wmiertidu. an old citizen of Cameron died in Taylor Sunday night where she bas been 111 tor some ume will be ..roiiKht here for burial. Hcv. J. W. Williams, w'i called to Bryan Sunday to preach for thr 11. V: Pinters. Dr. J. Gordon Md'htson (Black Billy Sunday) will deliver ona of his most famous lectures at Cam eron Grove Baptist church, Friday nlclit, April 11. The proceed will po to lit 'P the Domestic Science Department of the Cameron high m tiool. Mvcrybody Is Invite''. U Shepard and Willie Runnels were marMcd lit Cameron Grove Bap tist church Monday nit-ht. Rev. W. M. liiton o.lllclted. A banuuet was aluo givt!ii by toe church in honor of tbf- retiring pastor. J,l! Juargiel i;dww is spent a few davs in Milano last V.' k. may rv.xnu May Pearl,. Texai., April 3.-Trl-hl e 'j vi:ii has returned back to the sUM fci'4. hopes :Hin M o lain Ull hopL'i-ibl- dist:le.rgi. Mrs. Mattlu 1'rciiMin 1-ao been dick lis'ld for two v. celi:', b'-'t is now improvitig. Born to Mr. and Mr. James Mciliney, a line i.,.t.y strl, M'a. J. F. 1y.iu has hrv.i sick listed for two we-ks but at tbt writing l.i up and (joins fine j.ie,ise pi) y ioi the Express, It takes lio v.iiiiiey to kei it (..oit'i:. Tee prograte. ..tisdered at IliJ Bfluxd ni iaiUi-diiy ui-.a by Mrs. I. B. Pol laid. notwUlisUmlmg tho Inclement wither was, (i:it a success, door r-ci-h.'s t-i.2'.. Sunday kcIkkI is pre j.aiin,: t( pull off a big premium nd rii(V mi I.Miir. .Mrs. Liana Joturon has piuiuerf i-'ane lier belag U') i. : t fer 'io weeks. Wt was sorry t.i I. arn i.f the death of the Infant i.f n-r. and ;v(ih. J f lien Mc'ianey. V t,t l'xiklng forward to a i,cnoi,l hui'.'Uux r.ii'ey Mxm nd ask each hiV-f i dieafam and fl lend ':0 the i ik. to do )ii- la ,t. ill(). i .' i, April 3. -A ht-s if rain j f .1 1. 1 ;: ; . j j -: y and ni;ii-d IbOi,' .in.;. l-ii!i-. k -v .,-:!!.; 1 ,', ( j i. . Mr. t'i i-t.U iia:'!' j 1 i ., t.-,-i, it n. e, i,i ! l,e " !l : . .,t (.. " i.' ' t Mi? l. hn , ' - ,.. l.'i il ,o i , j A f' V I . r !.;. : : I -.', 1 in I r, ! v. li , . ..- i. f . f l I i. ( j . . : j' ; - : .1j ( i . i - ; . -.:-., :u. li.M ' ; 1 FX church was led by Mm. G. E. l-Yho.'s, dkti'ict president, Friday nihl was v financial success. AH oSIicera were installed by the pastor, Kev. S. V. Motsely. It Ie their aim to "go over the lop," aft well as the other Buxiliaritw of this church. Rev, S. A. llayden, closed bis revival last Wednesday night with many added to the church. Mr. Lonnlo Polk, who wan seriously Injured at the I. & O. N. shops a few days ago Is improv ing nicely. Remember next Sunday is regular pawtorlal at the Free Mis sion IiaptiHt church. Rev. Kills, pas tor come praying and paying. Let's make this a high day. Mr. Hen ry Taylor dor.'i forget to leave blm an rjxpreiis evry Saturday. You will find it at my i?8ldrnce every Satur day and Sunday. Sallle Gastou. WHARTOX. Wharton, Texas, April 3.-The far mers are Jubilant over the rain which came In 6ood time. We are sorry to report the death of Mrs. Maria Bry ant after an Illness of several month she leaves several email children to mourn her loss. We received a tele gram from Hon. W. E. "king Inform ing us that he was detained at borne and could not be with us on the 27th ult., but be further tells us hat he will be with us on the 13th f April. ' Among the soldiers who have taken I art In the over sea fighting and are now back heme among us aro George Murphy, Daisy Coope and Luke Bally. These boys aro the picture of health and we believe to be good citizens. Please save a nickel every week for the Dallas Express as you will always find It at Menger Hodge grocery store. Miss Anna Martin of Kendleton ma.: a busloiss trip Jo Wharton retu nlng the, same day. Rev. Cor nelius Audley passed enroule to his home Saturday. ri.NKLA.NI). Pineland, Texas, April 3. It was a Jolly crowd who hoan''! the even ing train bound for Texas. Where we participated j Joint Litorary program with Vhlgh school of which Prof. Cj cb is principal, yuite a rwoiu was made for both schools. The friendly spirit of rivalry made the program more Interesting. There was not a publio decision rendered. Suffice tp say that every number on tbe pro gram wan an Indication of careful preparation. Center high school will be repre sented at Pineland, April 12. Ral lies at both churchrs Sunday were successful. Rev. I-. V. Bolton, pas tor of Evergreen arrived Sunday noon and has planned a great revival for the next ten or twelve days. Rev. E. K, Womlngton of Tencha, visited and lectured to the school Wednes day and preached at Evergreen church Wednesday night. Mr. John Ross loft Sunday for Longstroet, La., where ho carried his little girl to live with her grandmother. Mrs. Cammie Nobles is viBiting relatives. Mrs. A. Hurdle, visited the bed side of a very sick reUitlwe while at Center. - ' 1M J. M. Hurdle take your sub scription for the Express. LAWIO.X. Iawton, Texas, April 3. The re vival at the Baptist church closed last Sinday night, the meeting was a succoss with twenty additions to tho church. The en;.ire town -was well pleased with the services rend ered. Private Richard Young, who has recently arrived from over sea to Join Ms wife. Private A. B. Holmes has gone to parti In Okla., to visit his parents. While over sea he was made a Sear gent in hie company. Mr. .Charley Williams Is to b commended on being an .expert plum mer. Lawtoo patrons must plve their hearty co-operations. ' GILML'lt. Gilmer, Texns, April 3. Prof. A. Ingram, Madam Ingram, C. E. Mar fblc, Deacons J. P. Montgomery, and Crs'g attended the Baptist Board at Kant .Springfield, Sunday. The fol lowing schools closed Fridii, . Misses C. Johnson, J. J. Johnson and Mrs. D. H. Watson, Mr, David Young at tended tho closing exercises at Valley View. Sick listed: Mrs. M. M. Bobo and Mrs. I. G. Crag'er bo.l art- con valesce u. Mr. A. IC. Bono vlRlted his wife laftt Saturday and Sunday. Rev. W. H. Durden lectured tc- the public, school Friday evening. Rev. Du i.en and Rev, H. M. Jones ha v." teerj assisting the Itev. E. Prince in li Pays Tt- American Mutual Benefit Ass'n. Home Oillce Milam Street Houston, Texas. .-: 1.. j't:M;5. i tt.M i r m EKCCKS OUT PAHI THEFESTROp Comforting relief from pala makes Sloan's the ! Wc-rid's Liniment ' This famous reliew of rhtumatfc . aches, eorenesiif stitTncss, painful prains, neuraigtc paim, ana most other external twinges that humanity ufiera from, enjoys in great sales because it practically never fails to ( bring speedy, comforting relic. ; Always ready for life, it takes little ' to penelralevilhoutrubbini and produce results. Clean, refreshing. At all drug !stores. A larpe hcttle means economy. 80c, 60c and $1.20 h.,' $500.00 ' rally. The rally closed Sunday night with a total collection of $362.00 with Mrs. L. M. Hagler captain of club No. 6 leading with the highest amount and received the brightest star In crown. Bro. Prince has done a great work here in such a short while In redeeming his church the A. M. E. from the clutches of the creditors. We have twenty readers of the Express In the Summerneld Com munity. This la a progressive com munity of Colored people. Most of them own their farms. MAKLIJJ. Marlln, Texas, April 3. On last Thursday night, the local N. A. A. C. P., made a rush for membership and pushed tip to fifty-five. Mr. R. E. Alexander, the barber Is at- himself again to the delight of his many friends. Last Sunday at First Baptist church on last Sunday, the members and citizens went over the top for education $24000 was raised. Prof. L. O. Black of Rosebud was seen mixing with his many friends on Saturday. Mrs. Katie Jordan Is still paying off policy claims. Dr. F. G. Lofton is much better. Miss Lillian White has gone to Waco, to visit her mother and sister, Bettie White and Mrs. Cordellla Moore. Mr. G. W. Reed entertained his nephew. Private G. W. Tucker Just returned from France. Hon. H. Warren gave a grand lecture to the boya and de clared he was proud of them. Mrs. Dr. Grimes and Mrs. C. A. Wyman of Bastrop returned home via Waco. Mrs. George Carroll and and Mrs. l,. B. Huckeby accompanied them to vn Mm. E- P. Hastv and Mr. Charlie Horrlng .of Taylor is In the city viBiting Mrs. Kosetta wummons of Ohio. . Rev A. L. Randolph has finished his studio parlor. 208 Island St. Rv. W. B. IMt, P. E. of M. E. church was in the city a few days. OLE. LTJF.IXA McDAKIEL, 8302 E. Horse Street, . Greenville. Texas SCALP SPECIALIST ASI) , T EAUT1 CUITUUIST. All ladles can have long beautiful hair. Let me convince you and start four hair at once to growing. You fet resulta from the first treatment Growing Oil, 25c to e.0c; Dandruff Cure. 60c; Pressing Oil, 60c; sent anywhere prepaid. I also teach mani curing and beauty culture by mall. Terms reasonable. Address Madam Lnella McDanlel, ?S02 E. Morse St., Greenville, 'ivxas - H-11-tf Thompson & Johnson Lawyers. Practice in all1 Courts. Sumptet Building. Phone M. 193, Dallas. 2-15-4t Insrr VVih The Branch Oftlce 2549 EIra St. Dallas, Txas. Org.-nlzcd 1908. licensed by the M Insuranco and Banking Depart- A ft for 60 years. Paid to its mem ber ove? $100,00v for sickness and deaths. Still doing business ti ft at the tamo plnce. Prepared to (, t any claim on the presents- ) A lion of sr U.-ifiw-tory proof, w I ill ' 1 1 I f LIGHT EN YOUR BACK EX ASD WOMEJf f BOTECT TOUK FUTVBE BY tSCfG v BLACK ASD WHITE 0I3JTME5T. BI MAIL 25c SEE WHAT IT DID FOB YIOLA STEELE . i-S.:-.;; l V , 4 ' V - 1 I was with blackheads, freckles and sunburn. No other remedy bleached me as Black and White Ointment. I will never use any thing else Dear friends, If you want beautiful, soft, smooth skin try a box of Black and White Ointment Viola Steele. Be attractive. Throw off the chains that have held you back from prosperity and happiness that rightly belong to you. Apply Black and White Ointment (for white or colored folks) as directed on package, to your face, neck, arms or hands. It is very pleasant to the skin and has the effect of bleaching dark, sallow or blotchy . skin, clearing the skin of risings, bumps, pimples, blackheads, wrin kles, tan or freckles giving youa clear, soft, bright, complexion, making you the envy of everybody. Black and White Ointment is ahead tt many other preparations, which only covers up pimples or eruptions. Black and White Ointment removes and heals them. Sold on a money-back guarantee. Two sizes, 25c and 60c (large size contains 3 times as much as smaller size); sent by mall. - FBEE If you send $1 for four boxe of Black and White Ointment, a 25c cake of Black and White Soap Included free. Address Plough Chemical Company, Memphis, Tdnn. Black and White Ointment sold everywhere. ' AGENTS MAKE A GOOD LIYI5G representing us. Apply for territory and special deal. Black and White Ointment provides a chance for you to make a good living. No exerience required. Black and White Ointment sells fast and easy. ' ..... . n vrj" iwr fFTiT tFirm tTi MJiw-MarraEifc, . MIRICi REALTY AND CONSTRUCTION COMPANY (Organized and incorporated under the laws of the State of Texas, December, 1918). CAPITAL STOCK ($5000.00) FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS We purchase or sell real estate; efect or repair houses; and advance money on the same. We guarantee prompt attention to all matters, big or little; and, a strict compliance with business principles. OUR MOTTO r "Quick Sales and Little Profit" Call on of phone CHAS. BRACKETS, Manager, .Phone Edgewood 2735. Price A. Wren, M. M. Bod&ers President' Secretary. , . F. C. Buthcrford, 2-8-6m Treasurer . ELL OR RENT ' Easiest Payments in Texas Big Stock of Cheap, M'iura, Fine and Second Hand Furniture to se lect from. HEpAZIER HE 1 AVORITE W've Found 1 he Secret! s . No more falling hair, split endj, nor bad tcalp. It "Ovo" Is used ac cording to direction the result, win be a beautiful fluffy suit of hair. Satisfaction guaranteed. Agents Wanted i Further particu lars, write or phone Mrs. F. n,'nett Scott, rhone II. 1162 J414 Ca?do St, Dallas, Texas, 2-8-6m Uerevet C AT AH n M CJ J rv Annrw Uk't l end ail DARK SKIN. El 8 UK" RD.RNinJRF.ro 1 URNITURE J 2526 Elm St. Phone Bell M. 7328 li wri" 5 t y i r Rnn I I I l 1. U U U II I 'J H AILED TO ISM r ! aira i jti i lertsMoa ftcckkh sum tutiy nri tvlM of halrrir. fnic. It nlain may nrr-sa rout Mir 1 auncuveir, W an largtii manufacturers Of Colored H 'o mrn's Hair and futti. not ever artift sold, ot monty refunded Thta amH4 brww atrmla-bUnlnt rnb wltti crtr r k. (ully eMmrmj-iUff. t" l.'ix ttvet niadr. sent pueUMht fur tl.lU. Hmmi rvUiiMii If ant tttuaiaebwy. IL POSTPAID $1.10 Void M wnnfatnrvra' pHnw: tiadmvt. conb, I .m tT-.r,. tJ.itataiuciM.ate. lie. tmr fcr Ifowkl. t Art Wsatw.. HUMAM1A HAIR THMPANV . ouani itsiit kiw vcnk errrt writlnar mmtlart iwrtwa of tht penir 1 Depart! est lWflJIWIIlll -1: A. HARRIS & CO. MOVIE TICKET ACCEPTED HERE SAME AS CASH Hy doinar your trading at A. Ilania & Corpany. You get one cartiflcate for every 23 cents and when ycu have 50 certifoates you can get t book contair Jng bIx 5c tickets tnd two 10c tlckotn free of charge. We will accept theRe tickets earne as cash GH AND CENTRAL THEATRE. DALLAk PROFESSIONAL Or. O. Roy Busoh H. 4S0S. MORQAN-BU8CH , SANITARIUM Surgery . Mtdlolna , Prions H. 8S7I. Offices: Central Ave. and Boll 8t DFl. J. H. -QpOD, Physician and Sur geon. Blood, Sputum and Urine ex amined. 2604 Williams, near Henry. Phone 1623. North Belt. South Belt and Hickory cars. Hours: 9 to II a. m.; 3 to 5 p. m.; 7 to I p. m. OR. GEORGE LYTLE, Veterinarian, day and night. Office 134 Willow St, cor. Hill, from E to 9 a. m., or Peo ple's Undertaker Co.. 9 a. tn to 6 p. m. Guarantees cure In lockjaw and other jerlous diseases of Horses, Cattle and inlrnsl generally. Answers calls. PR. B. T. HAMILTON, Physician and Surgeon.1 Room 215 Pythian Temple; residence 3303 Thomas Ave. Phones: Office, Main 3144; residence fl. 4027; Office hours: 10 a. m. to 12 m.; 3 to 5 p. m.; 7 to 8:30 p. m. Dallas, Texas. R. W0RTHINGT0N Manufacturer of piano and auto- mohfle polish for high class goods guaranteed, expert piano tuner and finisher. Good pianos for sale at all times. Long distance and local phone Haskel 411, nswered with promptness. Dallas, Texas. All long distance calls at my expease. 4-S-4t "BE A SAKETTE GIBL." "Samctte" makes, the hair soft smooth long and beautiful. Try a box "Learn the Way." Course taught by mall, diploma given $12.60. Send your order today, and get edslred results. "Samette" Hair Grower 40c "Samette' Pressing Oil 40c ' Special prices to agents. Address1 SAMETTE MFG. CO, P. O. Box 434 -Tyler, Texas . - Enclose 10 cents for mailing ADAMS EXI'KESS AiL TBANSFEB COMPAlfT We Haul Anything Wagons Always on H'-nd Express and Baggage iVe lime - Auto Trucks tot Quick Delivery Packing, Snipping ana Storing . Competent and Cai' ful Workmen Phones Sw. H. 6755 1 Night H. C75& Auto M 4295t Night M 4295 ? Boss Ae Dallas, Texni A. ADAMS. Manaser. if m Penny laundry . We Use I Sanitary I Pressing Machines a jFRED BRUSS) I Ta ilorl I y Furs Cleaned . ' and Reuovated it Cleaning and Pressing jj Suits Made Li Order . V 2221 Elm St DALLAS, fl Phone M. 56bO TEXAS U y - ' T ' , - f. - - ' . i NEW METHOD ALL WORK GUARANTEED I have Just Installed tbe latest ma chine made tor paiuiess operations. Take Laughing Gas and your tooth to extracted absolutely without pain. DR. A. H. DYSON. ; Dental Specialist Phone 'M. 34C3 2416 Elm Street, Dallas Dr. Chas. L. Morfaa Res. H. 47M. Dallas, Texas. A. 8. Wells, Attorney and Counsel- lor-at-law. Office, Room 213, Pythian Temple, Elm and Good streets. Notary Public. Phono M. 3825. Dallas, Texaa. DR. A. L. RUNYAN, Physician and Surgeon. Office hours, 9 to 11 a. m., 3 to 6, 7:30 to 9 p. m. Phones, of flea M. 4095; Res. M. 2389. Lowerj F'dj., 1800 Jackson St.. upstairs, Dallas. Tex. DR. M. P. PENN, Physician and Sur geon. Treats successfully most dls-' eases of men, women and children. Office hours: 9 to 11 a. ra.; 3 to $ p. m.; 7:30 to 9 p. m. Phones: Office S. W- M. 2915; residence phone S. W. M. 7445. Office 2549 Elm St., suite 211 Pythian Temple Building; resi dence 2510 Flora tit.. Dallas. Texas. OR. Q. W. WHITE. Dentist. f Crown ana image work a specialty. Teeth extracted with care. Best ma terial used, work guaranteed. ' Office hours: :ue a. bl to 12:00 m.; 1:39 p. m. to 6:00 p. Sunday by ap pointment Phones: Office, M. 7881; residence M. 2453. Office location In the New v Pythian Temple, suite 21$, Dallas, Texaa. Dr. P. M. Sunday Physician and Surgeon. Office Pythian Temple, Room 210. Office hours, y to 11 a. n.; S to S p. m.; 7 to 9 p. in. Office phone, Main 4232. Residence 2801 State street, phone Main 308L STETSON HATS LADIES' HATS Geaned and Reblock W00D& E DW R D5 Hat Fact'ry .421 South Emy Street CCTAROf Pomade and Hah- DrcnlM h a Ml. highly pc.amed Hair Toalt? th.l th-alghitni out banH.nnOr. Kpnr. Vlnkr Julrmak nf yoiirlulr M (oil, pll.Me mui b IraaUnk UjalyMcanelyd.,,' fcajLi".!,0,,cn.!' CUBANOU ,rk. hert Mhtn lalf Better Una an ,ih-r Trr it. Sal br maU tar 25c. CUBAN0U MEDICINE CO, ATUNM. sa. I .V5. f t ' ( 1 IJ .i-:f(i. v.: - i f " ! if STRAIGII TP E N TTBk ' 1 V MBf POMADE , j: &U PRICE 2it ?7JJ Sf'Jl II "iNflrnAm soricwitr IJJT V I ; AMiuuajnioiit amiia), In jvtm an. 11 ;' i ; ) h.h;; j:j f.jr IC i'.ivc-WIre Aftutn. I. n.r.XS. f.uitkt V.zni:zr. I'iU i.