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TIIE DALLAS EXPRESS, PALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY. MAY 31, 1919.
page nvo f 3 t! ii n The BIG-SEVEN Oil Company Capital Stock $60,000 WJTH OFFICE FCRT WCSTH. TEXAS Are offering a limited number of shares to the public at 15 par value, tolly paid and non-aa-eoshable. Our holding is In McCuIloch County, the County that hu more deep test drilling and con tracted for than any county outside1 of the known producing fields. Shallow oil li found In thla, county at the depth of from 207 to 416 feet Wella producing from 10 to 65 barrel dally. We hare 20 acres located In tract 26, on one of the most promising domes In the county. The Moore Brothers , are already drilling in an adjoining tract so you can see our holdings are valuable. We are surrounded by big companies and expect to start drilling ourselves In the near future. So buy Big Seven now at ?5 par for this stock Is sure to go to, two for one In a few days. Liberty Bonds taken at par. The Fort Worth State Bank Is our depository. The officers of our Company are all well known men. We are operating under a trust control. Dr. W. S. Crosby, president; Dr. N. T. Wallia, treas urer; Prof. W. O. Upshaw, secretary I Bertran. 1st vice president; J. H. Lee, 2nd vice president; , C P. Williams, assistant secretary; O. H. Hard, general manager, IBOirT I1EGLECT A 1 .RDEIEMC PAD! Go after It with Sloan Liniment before it ftets dangerous 1miT a little- rfnn't traU, and g ood-by twinge! Same tor externa ciic, )uua. uujim, 1 at joints or muscles, lameness, bruista. Instant relief without muncas of oiled clothing. Reliable the biggcrt selling liniment year after year. Eco nomical by reason of enormous sale. Keep a big bottle ready at all times. Ask your druggist for Sloan's Liniment. II IIS I I I .! I . I II I if fFTtu, l 80c, 60c and $L20 411 1-2 East K!n!!i Strut Room 11 cDcnaid Building A few live Agents wanted THE BIG 8EYEN OH CO, UVA B. 9U St, PL Worth. Enclosed find my application for....: .! shares of the Capital 8tock of Big Seven Oil Co., at $5 par value fully paid and non-assessable. Enclosed find $ to pay for same. It is understood you reserve all rights to refund same if oversubscribed. Please mall certificate to Name : '. .... R. F. D. or Street Address City State i TEXVS TOWNS CARTHAGE. Cbartage, Texas, Ma 29. Health Is very good as a whole. We are glad to note that Buna Gray Is able to be up again. Mr. Alma Thompson motored to Marshall, Tuesday and was accom panied by his mother, and two sis ters, Maggie and Nannie. Mr. J. T. Chadwlck and family attended the closing at Bishop College and was ac companied back by their daughter, Cassle, who has spent the term there. J. H. Stevenson returned Wednesday with his brother, Cradle. Holland's Academy is still in need of a corps of teachers. These are some of my regular supporters of the Expresa: Mary Reddle, 6herman Wil eott, Farthlna Langley, Lucy Gray, Willie Langley, Dallas Langley, F. " M. Macon, and Verton Brown. Mr. J. T. Chadwlck will leave the 2nd or 3rd prox., for Dallas, ac companied by H. W. Holt J. H. Stevenson and James Wallace -111 install a first-class pressing shop in Westmorland building. May Please call thore and get the Ex press. cbuTch Hotea. Sunday school was fine and was well reviewed by Bev. J. M. Carter of Shreveport, La., then the stu dents who had been away to achool for 8 months came forward and spoke their own way, responded by J. II. Bteenson and Rev. Carter. At 12:00 o'clock we sat ouiet and listen ed to a great sermon delivered by Rev. Carter, theme. "Better Lo Hath no Man than this that He T-ay Down his Life for His Friends." This ser mon was the annual Thanksgiving of the U. B. F. and S. M. T. BUSK. Ruftk. Texas. May 29. Now Hope school closed last Friday. The Broughton Pf iple were out n masse. Mrs. Tennessee Miller Is Ylsltlng friends In Jacksonville. IviIbs Esteher Cumbo Is vislt'ng re latives in Alto. Rev. Bam Love preached a great rermon on the 18th Inst Mrs. Cumbo, MIfb Donle Barnes, Mrs. Dickson and Mr. Scott Barnes were the guests of Rev. L. W. Tidwell last Sunday. The many friends of Mrs. Jennie nicks are glad to know that her health Is so tnich lmprc-ed that she spent U-'i Sunday with Mrs. Geo. Cook at Broii shfen. On the 19th of June, there will be patriotic demonstrations at )elmar. Elm. Grove and Con Fort In honor of our, soldier boy The friends iu tne several local Urba Will turn out to do thorn honor. Rev. J. It Henderson has return ed from Confermce at Plain View. He reports a profitable session. .".'Mr. Waiter Scott of Broughton, jras (struck by an automobile and re ceived serious tahiiles. His friends pray that h? ray recover. Bradutaw Sunday school. Mr. Sher man Martin. Supt. M'ss Mannie Bat tle. Mesdames Bniton and Jones, teachers. Rev. McDowell, pastor. ..-., -Mr. Fa Egbert is on too ttck . list , . Rev. S. GaiMer, preached an ex cellent sermon last Sunday. The asylum will be ready for 1,000 InrrvatMt hv the 15th ri"OX. Rct, Mr. McKellar is an earnest worker In the Presbyterian c lurch at De'mar. . MinSRAIL. EEKDEBSOIf. Henderson, Texas, May 29. Mrs. Isabella Tally has been confined to her bed for the passed 7 or 8 weeks died. May 24th at the age of 27, married quite young. She waa use ful in bloom of life and active. She mingled In all high circles for ad vancement She proved worthy and efficient to any task. Dr. E. L. Harrison of Marshall, former pastor of Mother Zlon, spent a few days here, members and friends also preached a series of sermons, crowded house each night Dr. P. W. Wesley went to. Luf- kln to deliver the baccalaureate ser mon to the graduating class. He also report foreign mission convention at Beaumont good. Collecetlon $200.00. Dr. A. R. Calhoun filled appoint ments here last Friday night Mr. Andrew Mennefee and Mrs. Lizzie Smith married May 20th at home of bride. Mr. Williams Redwlne and Miss Holen Reedy eloped last Saturday night and became husband and wife, Rev. Wilson, officiated. CniCKASHA, called on the Mecca force. Mrs. Alice Jonea S. 2nd street spent a few days at Prairie View. She ac companied her raughter, who is a student there home. Mr. Dennis, Llttlejohn is in Wichita Falls, for a few days, Mrs. Williams is the guest of Rev. and Mrs. J. F. Williams. Miss Mabel Alexander is home after a. very suc cessful school closing at Whitney. Among the first thing called for is the Dallas Express. Moore High school crossed bata with Marlin high school at Marlin, Friday, scores 6-3 in favor of Marlin. Contractor J. C. Ashford has about finished three houses for Dr. Frl dla, on Kellum street E. Waco. Dr. Fridta la making extensive repairs on his residence, S. 8rd street Central Texaa College closed a very successful session last week. Many visitors in attendance, among them Rev. and Mrs. Prince of Italy. W've Found The Secretl BEOwmrooD. Brownwood, Texas, May 29. Sun day school and morning services at all churches Sunday were good. Rev. 8. G. Graham, P. C, M. E. church has Just closed a successful rally. . Rev. H. A. Lynch, P. C, A. M. E. church has his rally under way. The Tribes are all working to the in tense rivalry and areat result r expecieo. Tne ' BrOWnWOOd f!nlnru1 Chickasha, Okla,. May 29.-Servlce. 0Traduat-. mT.'. were well attended Sunday at the Miss MiMreH hmt wCT'lrJ1 ' various chnrrhes of the eitv ii Muared cotton. The graduation I ".!J Lt. i.r ??1 reflected credit on the Se grest Vxerclsea in the Wstory MS25r Vt" " .F. of tho achool. 4 graduates received ilvVred thrZ. r'. fhu rfiiml fn, i5h .r.A- vera. the graduating address and Ml VirgTe i Virdee Clark. MtaJ JJ't, h" ddre" Geraldlne Dlckerson, Miss Wilma WrH8I V 5S?itiMMtor"i" tv.n. ph Tom. r018e" the Junior children Wed- BowIesT Presentation of diploma, by m Johnson Wm?r Phim h6 Prof. N. J. Ceasar of Shawnee, Okli. mI M.' C.as. address made by Dr. W. A. J. 11? uumock. mrs. uaniy ana miss oi- trAlnoH uri.. iphkv V ,7. Una left Saturday for Missouri and fen-Mh" Ham"ton ' New York. Mr. ind Mrs. Ben Hart ueMtoatonnTf 0fSam" made a flying trip to Kansas City, . mi "Slie0Sl2i h.A' IeM8' " ... v 1 1 BW, teacher of the school at Menard, Texas, la visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hardin. Mr. Tom Carr haa re turned from Wichita, Kans. Miss Kobbie Clark has returned home from Austin, after spending a sess sion In Samuel Huston College. Miss Pai'la Sprlggs of Lampasas is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Huling. iwycr t. Friday night Mr. James Hendrlx has returned from Washington, D. C. Mrs. Lula H. Foster will leave Sat urday for Cushing, Okla. Mr. ' and Mrs. Marion Young are all smiles since the stork visit id their home 22nd and loft a fine baby boy. Mrs. Liza Jones, wifo of PaB'or D. D. Jones visited her daughter in Okla- Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor are re- T '7,r' V ;- .."" Bl rn.Kl.llng their home on Henderson. ZVZ1"," uu4 BI um ativiuuuu. hid t fiii. ii. m j m i r jsle audience. His address waa great jOue mat win ion' be remembered .and by all who htard it Mrs. Will Pitts is visiting in Lampasas and Marun, Texas, WACO.- Waco. Texas, May 29. St Paul A. M. E. Church, Rev. Z. F. Williams, pastor. Sunday school was weil at tended, enthusiasm ran high. No services at 11 a. m, as all at tended the Faccalaureate ser.non at ?aul Qulnn Coi'ege. The Baccalau reate sermon preached by Dean Bur fan waa of the highest class. It. was replat with th night, logic and Chris tian instruction. The single; was excellent Collection $165.00 at 8:30 ? m., the Federated Labor Union hid the ennual sermon pr ached at St Paul, Rev. J. F. Willlama was at his best and ail decided aiter the exercises that he waa a union man. rnr by Mrs. Greg, "Duty of Wo mt to Man," showed thought and careiul preparatloa also the presenta tion of the gavel to master of cere uionles, W. K. Holloway by Mrs. L. R, Roberts waa very unique. Address by B, F. Sherrod showed that he waa very eoniersaat of the Labor move ment .Mr. Dukes, r resident of Re- tall Merchant Ass'n atade some point ed remarks, quit a crowd waa in attendance. Mrs. B. V. l olloway rendered a mimical anlMttlntL I Mrs. a L. Perry, who hts Just i returned from t. trip to Chicago, Marah'L Texas, May 29.-The Mo- : ;"J i-r will have their an- Streeter, I1U two weeks In J.? ; ,... :- . nm. New Yorti City, three weeka In j,aMiPi ;" " " k u Mr hearts of the vast audience. Many Kcv. Ed Kelley preach ltMr. utonAtnm the Boa Ih. remains aooui u. P,B, " -f , etZn tMtZ. A. J Moon High school will have their commencement Friday, May 30. Tho graduating clars, 22 in number la the large In the history of the school. . T?ev. Ii L. Harrison ien iur cumo. The Ilo'y Ghost people are making rTiid prorens with their new church. Wilfy University in closing this week unrter most promifllnK condition a rtr-t bard year's work under many 1,(ftiuHts. Tli e president seems to have the mutter lit in hand. Tcrd co-nfs to us that Is. Joe Kin J was Bome imt lmprv"Ji. O. Beard or ibe bench. The acn-jury oto jot,.. t-.kon tip. T. county court l a IrTn. thr. non-jrry civil docket Up"d't!. tttpresa delivered ., ;,. .frr at 5 wnt. per month. tr'.ind, rleaw p' P--' m -4 j i-tiry Iiaywwn.1 of BiotiX r- i"'- iu. i-i in fl,T th" f11"' ' ,. r ; J. II. ITavwwd. M .. .'; 'r.oM VTi tvr Jefferson. Kew Hope BopUst Charclu The attendance was small at th morning aervioos owing to many ...... ,.. jneomi orraaionfl in ma cirv. nut 's trict Court Oi sarrmuii mamj . - - ---. --- :,btr1 i.-,V. v n TiAurd of lose present enjoyed a treat aa Dr. is m pi 'w'- -u"' , i..,, Jankins waa at hia best He socks fiim Joshja J3:i. subject "Victories in )ld Age." 'He exhorted the rnrn her ; that although old age 7ra com ing on to keep their faces to the mm, umtlr to work for Christ Md th uplift 'if the world. The winning at which the rights of Baptism vsa administered Miss Willbus of Oklahoma City In company "s'th Mm. Dainy Turc-r No more falling hair, split ends. nor bad scalp. If "Ovo" Is used ac cording to direction, the result will be a beautiful fluffy suit, of balr. Satisfaction guaranteed. Agents Wanted Further particu lars, write or phone W. V TIn.lnofi Hon ft Phone H. 1162 2414 Caddo St. Dallas, Texas, 2-8- 6m LIGHTEN YOUR DARK SKIN. KACE MEH AK1) WOMEIf PROTECT I0UE FUTtJEE BT ESDTG BLACK ASD WHITE ODTTMEKT. BY MAIL 26 SEE WHAT IT DID FOB YIOLA STEELB KKE. LUIILA HcDAHIEL. 2302 E. Morse Street, Greenville, Texas 4CALP SPECIALIST ABU BEAUTY CULTUKI8T. All ladiea can have long beautiful hair. Let me convince you and start your hair at once to growing. You get results from the first treatment Growing Oil, 250 to 60c: Dandruff Cure. 60c; Pressing Oil, 60c; sent anywhere prepaid. I also teach mani curing and beauty culture by malt Terms reasonable. Address Madam Luella McDanlel, 2802 B. Morse St, Greenville, Texas. 8-11-tf "BE A 8ASTETTE GIRX." i L iii- 'h::v"...j FREE STYLE BOOK MAILED TO COLORED WOMEN ansrrf llhMtrattona gtnd iJrrta of ho you Bisr dreas) WT iaJr We urt largest Winufaturer Of Colored Wo men' Hair and guarantee tat u aciutn on every article told, or momyrtfnnded Thla anlLf ka atnlarhtenhiar tXHUb back, rultyaruarmntor th bt rnade. aout IpMutoiuUllUulli ,4 rUlTAlU 1.111 MsiajanMifey mMm gmt te. ta9 for booklet AraaHa tuM UIIU1M1A UAVTD mMPANV m bMjank sTiiacT mw vomu arrr Vhta wrldnc aMtttJm mm eaf tfcbj paoev DspartBcat T "Samette" makes the hair soft smooth long and beautiful. Try a box Learn the Way." Course taught by mall, - diploma riven I12.E0. Send vour order tnrinv. and get edslred results. "Samette" Hair Grower 40c "Samette' Pressing Oil 40c Special prices to agents. Address SAMETTE MFG. CO, P. 0. Box 434 Tyler. Texas Enclose 10 cents for mailing "SL"s,. s M&A I'lSfi j. SSii vtii ifiifej :Mt&. .v.'- 'tl'l mmmm ISA. 4 . s 4 s- " .A ' V STETSON HATS LADIES' EATS Cleaned and Reblock WOOD & EDWARDS Hat Factory 421 South Ervay Street Sod'l ITotea, The call ct the West Party given by the tribe of Benjamin at the resi dence of Mrs. Humphra Hall waa a auicess, enjoyed by. all, Mrs. Am Hubbard entertained a few friends with a dinner in honor of Mrs. Sallie Sm'th. Mrs. Dixie to Dallas, after an extended vtait Caldwell and grand children returned with her daughter, Mrs. R. A. tester. FODICE. Fodice, Texas', May 29. Rev. R. W. Henderson, pastor of the Mt Pleas ant C M. E. church will pull off a rally Sunday. Membership at large are In line with him. Rev. Hender son will preach the Lpworth League sermon Sunday. Mrs. Leo -a WlUon after a few daya' l'inees Is able to be up again. Mrs. Jane O'Neal la 111 at her brother, Monroe O'Nial's house Prof. H. C lAngrum has returned home from visiting the closing of Prairie View achool He met many friends there and enjoyed a happy school closing. Miss Oracle Berry has made her arrival home from attending school at Texaa College, Tyler, Texaa. - NTOCHITA . FALLS. TKere Is Kothingf Better Nor Nothing Just As Good. The warning haa been Bounded not by doctors alone, but coming from the pulpit aa well. The American women are lst destroying their beauty with hot combs. Bear In mind that every reputable doctor will tell you, that you cannot keep hair on your head and( continue the use of hot combs. The hot combs not only destroys the natural oil which nature pro vided, but leaves the scalp fevoiioua and In such a condition that it haa been said that it had its effect upon the mental power. In order that you may keep the scalp and hair In a healthful condition, you must not disturb nuture and that la exactly what you do every time you apply the hot combs. We point you a way In order that you may have straight long luxurioua hair without Injury to your health and hair. IX you don't know thla, it la time for you to convince yourself of thla fact It la better that you Investigate Kap-o-line before buying another hair preparation than buy another hair preparation and investigate Kap-o-line later, aa it la better that you buy Kap-o-une ana do satisnea. THE SAP-O-IME WAY TO SAKE K50TTT KIXKY IIAUt STRAIGHT I EAST AKD SIMPLE. Before applying Kap-o-line, the head should be thoroughly shampooed with Kap-o-line Suampoo, thla puts the hair and scalD in a clean antisentio condition. Then apply snow white Kap-o-line as you fall asleen rubbing well into the scalp, in the morning give the hair a good stiff brushing apply Kap-o-line every night for six nights brushing every morning thorouehlv. ai ue ena or me sir nignts anampoo tne air again and then continue the treatment ot Kap-o-line every other day which keeps the hair straight and in good condition at all times to come. If you hive sot looked yourself over lately after six ulghts of this treatment you will see for yourself the most beautiful transfigure of yourself, a living picture that you will admire, hair absolutely stralgat fluffy, full of life, jet black, glossy, not greasy nor gummy, the kind of hair you love to touch. Just such hair you are promised once you start the use of Kbp-o-llne. Price of KAF-O-LEffE, 86 Ontaj KAP-0-LOE SHAMPOO, (0 Cents, sold by most druggists or mailed to any addreei upon receipt of price and your druggist's name. Mannfaetared by STONE & COMPANY, Perfumers. Dallas, Texas. Agents Wanted. w 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 amooth akin 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 OintmtJt (for white or colored folks) as directed on package, to your face, neck, arms or hands. It la 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 you a clear, soft bright complexion, making you the envy of everybody. Black and White Ointment la ahead of 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 8 times as much as smaller size), sent by mail. FREE If you send $1 for four boxes of Black and White Ointment a 26c cake of Black and White Soap included free. Address Plough Chemical Company, Memphis, Tenn. Black and White Ointment sold everywhere. AGENTS MAKE A GOOD LIVING 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 sella fast and easy. WHITAKER'S CAFE 1609 Jackson Street xUbbct TtHrhter and Better than ever. Meals to suit the Docket book and in connection. Tables supplied with the best the market Z. - At I OomtIiu llHAVAnl 1 nA TAT Weill VAII tfi A A Oh- ftUOa,UB 43C1 TW uuvavotiou. vv v wnu ;ou vaaaws , Headquarters of Dallas .Black Gianta J in connection. ENOS WHITAKEb! Prop SELL OR RENT Easiest Payments in Texas Big Stock of Cheap, Medium, Fine and Sacond-Hand Furniture to select from. I THECRAZlERCDRNITDREf 0 I 1 HE 1 AY0RITE I URNITURE j 2526 Elm St, Phone Bell M. 7828 Wichita, Falls, Texas. May ?9.-Miss Brnlce Trimble, Mr. George Floyd, MIbs Blanche Spencer, have return ed from Prairie View. Reverend J. L. Johnson, Mrs. J. L. Johnson, J. H. Done Id son, C J. Baker, Mrs. M. Nelson attended the District Con ference that convened at St James A. M. E. church, Daiias, Texaa. The While Rose club gave an en tertainment at tho Odd Fellowa hail on the 18th, reported a Rood success. Catherine Ryan, Mr. G. Norwood are still on the sick. iisi. J. IT. Donaldson la agent Isor the Express. Have your , news' ready tor tbij reporter when he brings you the papr. When you want the reporter, pime 2219. iAAAAAAAA,ia,VaAAaAAAAAAAnAAAAaAAAaAA A " 1 - . . . TTTy?T?Tf tff f?f ffff f tTT?yyVf ?f f f ttf ttf fff ff f f iW Mm REALTY mi tiEIMWi CHNY . (Organised and incorporated under the lawa of the State of Texaa, December. 1918). CAPITAL S7CCK ($5000.09) FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS We purchase or sell real estate; erect 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: "Quick Salea and Little Front" Call off or phone CHAS. BRACK Elf S, Manager, Phone Edgewood 2736. Price A. Wren, ; . X. M. Bodffen " Fre"nt- n 4V Secretary. F. C Eutherferd, a-8-6m 1 Treasurer IS YOUR HAIR SHORT BREAKING OFF, THIS OB FALLING OUT! IS I0UB HAIB DRY AND WIBTI DOES TOUR SCALP ITCH! HATE TOU MORE THAN A NORMAL AMOUNT OF DANDRUFF! If so, you should at once begin using MADAM N. A. FRANKLIN'S HAIR GROWER. No matter how many hair prep arations you have tried without success, you should not become discouraged and give up before giving Madam N. A. Franklin'a HAIR CROWER a trial, for it la dallv growing beautiful and mote luxuriant hair for thousands of.f women who had tried numbers uf other remedies without success. It will do the same for you. Madam Franklin manufactures her own hair .preparations and she haa demonstrated their true value by actual experience. She say a: "1 have successfully used my HAIR CROWER and PRESSING OIL In my large beauty parlors for a number of years and have women In Texas, whose hair I have grown 8 inches In 10 months' time." The picture in this ad shows the hair after beiig treat ed by Madam Franklin'a System. A DIPLOMA FROM ME MEANS SUCCESS. jy f .! X MT SPECIAL OFFEX Thoee desiring to learn the art of Scalp Treatment and Hair Growing, I will teach my ayaem, personally or by mall. Diplomas given upon completion of pre scribed course. I Maintain Up-to-date Beauty Par Ion wltk all Bo4en aaa Military conveniences at 806 9th St, Fort Worth, Texas and 80 Prairie Avenge, Honston, Texaa. Dept C In order to give women who can not see one of, my agents, a chance to try my wonderful aair preparations, t am offering yen a -weeka trial treatment, wltk full instructions how to use the same, for ONLY Il.M, and 10 cents extra for postage. One trial treatment will convince you of its value. ,. i nilv CATARRH of n. an A. HARRIS & CO. MOVIE TICKET - ACCEPTED HERE SAME A3 CASH By doing your trading; at A. Harris & Company. You get one certificate for every 25 cents and when you have 60 certificates yon can get t book containiuo; six 5c tickets $ and two 10c tickets free of charge. We will accept these tickets same as cash. GRAND CENTRAL THEATRE mt9 aiamaPaWas. atiwymasaasjsaiiiw lUiiiftiTllaaT-laiiBiiaiT I ... 1V- ?".4-C.i.. i :". ; ft' 1 -'.V 7. K Sff.;M'.If.. "S'i :;tj IP 1 it 1 ii."