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THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, APRIL 17, 1020.
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IX' EVERYTHING
Users of other preparations are turning to Velvet Brown every
day. you will "EVENTUALLY." Why not "IMMEDIATELY?"
Velvet Brown is BEST for BLACKHEADS", PIMPLES', RING
WORMS. LIVER SPOTS, FRECK LES and any other skin
blemish. ,
It will bleach you to a beautiful color.
It holds any powder on the face all day long and
makes it look smooth and natural.
It Is a pleasure to use it for it is "SO DIFFERENT" and so
much "BETTER" than the others. "
They are paying the $1.10 with a smile now" for they know they
are getting their money's worth.
It is the wonderful day and night cream.
Agents everywhere are making money, why not you?
Velvet Ilrown offers opportunity. Don't idle longer write today to
DR. FRANK J. HAWKINS,
For Ag-ency
Suite 102 Pythian Temple, Dallas, Texas
A Daintily Perfumed Jar sent by mail : $1.10
On sale at Hooptr'a, Little Oeirj and Wllllameon'a Drug Storei, all
Beauty Parlors, Dalian.
Temple' Drug- Store Fort Worth.
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Colored Drug- Storea at Austin and Ban Antonio.
Agency, already in many towna.
NOTHI.U GOOD TI1EHK DAYS IS CHEAP"
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WACO.
MARSILIIX.
Marshall. Texas. April 15. Ex-
presldent W. H. Taft was the guest
of Marshall. April 11, and left
for Tyler on the Sunshine Special.
Guest of Blackstorie Hotel, 1003
West Grand avenue. Mr. and Mrs.
R. E. Houston of Houston, Mr.
James Hunter of Texarkana. Mr.
Walter Williams of Longylew. Mr.
and Mrs. Metlock, of Longview. One
of the largest hails fell in Marshall
for many years. Much damage was
done. Mr. V. D- Weaver is on the
sick list. The U. B. F. and S. M.
T- will have their annual Thanks
giving sermon in June. The regular
republicans are getting busy to the
necessity of organization for Green
McCarthy and one other republicans
from the state at large.
DEMON.
Denton, Texas, April 15. The
order of Eastern Star held its
Thanksgiving services at the C. M.
E. church Sunday at 3 p. m. Rev.
J. W. Henderson preached the ser
mon. Rev. J. C. Ayers baptised
several Sunday afternoon. Mr. I.
Glvens and family visited friends
at Pilot Point, Sunday. Rev. W. H.
Varner of Pilot Point was in town
Sunday. The American Woodmen
will render a special program at St.
James Sunday. Mr. J. R. Cochran
of Wichita Falls visited friends here
last week. The members and
friends of St. James A. M. E.
church will hold a rally Sunday for
the purpose of raising educational
money. Mrs. W- P. Crockett visited
friends in Ft. Worth last week, Mr.
and Mrs. L. Allen were called to
Terrell on business
PONTA.
Ponta, Texas, April 15 Services
were well attended at all of the
churches Sunday. Rev. Powell fill
ed his regular appiontment at Mt.
Morlah. And Rev. Hill was at
Pleasant Plain to fill his appoint
ment. Many church goers were
muny.
Health statistics are somewhat
encouraging. Mrs. Mary Vales
seems to he the most serious case.
We are glad to state that Mr. N.
H. McCrimmon Is able to be out
again. Mr. Edward E. Fuller, who
Is suffering with rheumatism is
some better. We understand that
his little daughter Cary Bell is very
ill at Jacksonville. Mrs. Harriett
Mansel is ill at this writing.
Information' has been given out
that the peach crop is a total loss.
The tomato crop is in the most
serious condition It has been in for
years
A nice rain foil here Sunday even
ing. Many Farmers are replanting
their gardens.
Announcements come to inform
the farmers, that the Farmers Coun
cil of Cherokee County will convene
at Jacksonville, Saturday, April 17th
and all farmers are requested to be
in attendance.
Mrs. Carr, and Rev. M. Hollts
graced our streets Saturday. Mrs.
Anna Bell Cleaver visited in Nacog
doches last week, the guest of Rev.
and Mrs. Horney Cleaver. Mrs. Kate
Cooper visited in Jacksonville,
Thursday, the guest of her son, Mr.
Ed Johnson and family, she return
ed home Sunday.
Messrs. Boiling and Hooper's
Urban Store is thriving and all of
their customers will find the Dallas
Express at this place each Saturday.
These, men are your Colored friends
and we owe It to ourselves to pa
tronize our own enterprises. More
of our color can profitably follow
this example.
We understand that Mrs. Adllne
Stewart Is very ill at this writing.
We hope she will soon be up again.
Warn Tatbk Anrll IE. Services
at all of the churches were well at
tended last Sunday. The Easter
hats and dresses had -A chance this
time.
Mrs. W. S. Willis motored over
to Austin last week to see friends
and relatives.
Mrs. Estella Webb, sister of Mr.
W. S. Willis is spending a few days
with her relatives. She says that
Kansas City Is a fine place to live.
Mr. Wm. Brooks, headwalter at the
Raleigh hotel is in Marlin taking
a course at the hot wells.
Get your paper at the Mecca.
The faculty of sThe Moore High
School Is making extensive prepara;
tlon for a bigger and better obser
vance of field day than ever before.
The children have caught the spirit
of this annual fete and are tagg
ing everybody who will stand still
long enough and then give over 5
cents. Get a tag and help the kid
dles have a good time.
A Jolly party of gentlemen auto
Iflts motored over to Hubbard City,
Sunday to see Dr. Russell. The
party consisted of Drs. Fridla, Web
ster, Vandavell, Mitchell, Sorelle,
Clemons, Connor, Messrs. Malone,
Furlow and Dennis. They report
that the road- was very bad in
places, but they made good time.
Dr. RURsell was delighted to see
them. He seems much improved.
All of Waco was shocked last Sat
urday evening at the sudden death
of Mrs. Alice Williams of Ivy St.
Mrs. Williams was about her usual
duties all the morning was down
town at 1:30. She boarded a car,
went home and was stricken with
a stroke of apoplexy and died In
two hours. Mrs. Williams was an
estimable Christian woman who was
known and loved by a host of
friends. She was of a cheerful dis
position and devoted to her church
and home. She leaves a husband,
Mr. T. S. Williams and a daughter,
Mrs. Luclle Williams Randle to
mourn her loss.
Mr. Johnnie Baker left last week
for Odgen, Utah, his new home,
after spending a week or -two with
friends.
Mr. Harvey Dixon is reported to
be ill- The big union revival at St.
James started off with a zest and
from all indications the evangelist
will have sin on the Jump.
Pastor- S. E. Jones of St. James
is bringing things to pass. They
contemplate building a church this
year.
Cupid has been busy of late the
following marriages were the re
sult. Mr. C C. Rhone and Miss
blllie Vernal, Mr. Wright Hays and
Miss Mabel Lawson. The funeral
eulogy over the remains of Mrs.
Alice Williams were held Monday
evening.
Mrs. F. D. Tatum was able to go
to her work Monday morning to the
delight of her many friends.
The District Conference of the
Waco District, which convened at
St. Luke church last Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday, was . a success
from all angles. Presiding Elder
Moten, with the aid of his faithful
ministers, is doing a good work
on the District.
The South End Civic club Is do
ing a good work. These ladles are
organizing for the purpose of creat
ine a new Interest among themselves
tnlvlc movement such as Improved
housekeeping, clean yards repaired
fences, flower and vegetable gar
dens, neat children, good streets,
sidewalks and lights and last but
by no means least study citizenship
and aid the men of our group in
their fight for franchise and rights.
Mrs. W. P. Walte and Mrs. Dr.
Montgomery are two of the . leading
spirits.
The C. M. E. church is erecting
a neat parsonage to import witn
the dignity of their church and pas
tor.
Wichita Falls Base ball club play
ed two post Beason games here Sat
urday and Sunday. Wichita won
the Sunday game 11-4. Monday they
loss to Waco by forfeiting a 10
Inning tie 7-7.
The Dallas Buffaloes will Invade
Waco on the 21st, they are coming
one hundred strong, bringing their
own band. They will give a full
dress ball at Taborlan park. The
Waco Business League held an
open house smoker, Monday night.
They discussed many questions of
interest to the growth of the city
in a business way.
The flu is dying out gradually and
our doctors are not so rushed.
Dr. A. S. Jackson came in Monday
night from Taylor, where he was
called to address the District Con
ference presided over by Dr. W.
S. Johnson. Rev. Gathings of La
Grange, was in the city last week.
A new company of twenty people
from New York is showing at the
Gayety.
St. Paul Notes.
Because of the fact that the
church Is Just entering Into a big
revival the Pastor, Dr. J. F. Wil
liams took a text that proved the
need of a revival for his morning
service at the close of his discurse
all present felt that a revival was
much needed. The annual sermon
to the Heroines of Jericho was
preached at 3 p. m., by Rev. Wil
liams. The Sunday night services
were well attended. Collections for
the day $150.
Thursday night Lawyer Wm. Har
rison spoke to a large audeince at
St. Paul. ' Dr. HarriBon seemed at
his best and pleased his audience
every moment of the time
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New Hope Baptist Church Notes.
Sunday school was well attended
at New Hope Sunday. The morn
ing services were great. Dr. Jen
kins chosed as his subject for the
morning lesson: "Danger Signals."
Before the sermon was ended there
was not a dry eye In the house.
The Holy Spirit was truly present.
At the evening services the "Lord's
Supper" was celebrated. Thirty
minutes devotional services pre
ceded" the Lord's supper. There
were Ave accessions to the church.
FOR REPUBLICAN DELEGATE
FROM STATE AT t,ARGE
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HON. JAMES B. GRIGSBY,
Pres. American Mutual Benefit
Association, Houston, Texas
In response to the insistent and
repeated demands of so many re
publican electors in different parts
of Texas, who are urging him to
enter the race as one of the four
(4) delegates 'from the state-at-large
to the Republican National
Convention, which meets in Chicago,
111., Tnnesday, June, 8, 1920, Hon.
J. B. Grigsby of Houston after ma
ture, deliberate and prayerful con
sideration has decided to accede to
their wishes with the view of serv
ing his race and party and hereby
announces his candidacy subject to
the actions of the republican voters
of Texas in their piWnct, congres
sional and state conventions.
HIS PLATFORM:
Republicanism versus "lily-white-ism."
Americanism versus International
ism. law and order against mob law
and riot.
Justice and eoualftv rather than
Injustices and inequalities.
Strict and rigid adherence to the
constitution, Its amendments and the
fundamental principles of our re
publican form of government.
He favors and shall labor inde
fatlgably and untiringly for a new
wiiiihlimn leailnrahin in Texas that
will not defile nor desecrate the an
cient landmarks and traditions of
Inm. hut one which will
be truly and thoroughly representa
tive of the republican constituency
of Texas.
He favors making America safe
for Americans and the Texas repub
lican party safe for aU genuine, loy
al, true and tried republican elec
tors, irresitective of color, creed or
class.
He is for principles above personal
gain; measures above men; policies
above pelf; party fidelity and loy
ulty above mean and niggardly self
ishness; Americanism above imper
ialism; political participation rather
than political eleniinaton.
He opposes those men who would
render and maintain the republican
machine of Texas a federal patron
age broker and gladly supports the
candidacy of Col. E. H. It. Green
of Kaufman County and Hon. Ed
McCarthy of Galveston as the two
white delegates from the state-at-large
to the national convention.
He favors and shall work for
an aggressive, progressive republi
canism standing firm on the tenets
and traditions of the "Grand Old
Party;" but sensing the imperative
needs and demands of the tin-es
and resolutely and courageously ap
plying ltseir to the problems of re-
constructon, readjustment and realignment.
He opposes proscription, either
legislative or customary, in our body
politic. He favors ami shall fight
hnrd to forever maintain the re
publican organization the party of
THE PEOPLE rather than the party
of a PEOPLE.- lie favors the re
publicans putting out a straight
ticket, with all candidates honest-to-
goodness republican electors, as well
as waging a figlit for congressmen
in the Will, loth, 14th and 15th
congreHNloiuil districts, nominating
nblo men for snid pQ-skunis.
He favors two white and two
Colored delegates to the National
Republican Convention ..from ..the
state-nt-large u?id calls upon all
genuine republicans to ijlve him
their endorsement and support
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WALDEN H. C0HN,
408 1-2 N. Greenwood, Tulsa, Okla
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE,
Fifth and Throckmorton Sts., Fort Worth, Texas
Friday Night, at 8 p. m.
APRIL 23RD
Music furnished by K. of P. Brass Band. Get off Interurban
at Fifth and Main Sts., and walk two blocks west. This
will afford the Dallas Public an opportunity of hearing
Col. Simmons as he will not appear m Dallas on this tour.
PARIS v19th April
DENISON 20th April ,
GREENVILLE 21st April
TERRELL 22nd April
FT. WORTH 23rd April
WACO 24th April
HOUSTON 25th April
bEGUIN 26th ArU
BRYAN 27th April
GALVESTON 28th April
BEAUMONT 29th April
Sherman 30th April
Palestine 3rd May
0. C. CROOK, Secretary Local Lincoln League.
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If death visits a Chain home in Dallas, we pay within 39
minutes If anywhere In the state, 45 minutes Is our Limit
that's us.
THE GOLDEN CHAIN OF THE WORLD
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T. E. TOLAN, Supreme Knight.
J. W. JEFFREY, Supreme Secretary.
V. T. TUBBS, Supreme Auditor.
0. B. CLAIBORNE. Supreme Treasurer.
MRS. E. E. WILLIAMS, Supreme Empress.
2549 ELM STREET
DALLAS, TEXAS
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BIGGEST EXCURSION OF THE SEASON
BUFFALOES TO WACO
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 1920
' Leave Dallas 3 p. m.; leave Waco 2 a. m.
Reception and Dance at Waco
Fare - - - - - - $5.00 Round Trip
Tickets on Sale Sunday, April 18th at
ROYAL CAFE 2415 ELM STREET
DAN JAMES, Agent
DIVIDEND PAYING OIL, MINING AND INDUSTRIAL
SECURITIES
WILL INCREASE YOUR INCOME.
GET OUT OF the dead ones and GET IN the live ones.
INVESTORS who have OIL, MINING or INDUSTRIAL STOCKS or
BONDS can either SELL or TRADE them for DIVIDEND PAY-
ING SECURITIES.
Write Today!
ADVISE US how many shares you own and STATE also the prioe
you wish for your Stock. Address
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Association
Dallas, Texas
Most people need money whea
there's death In the family Some
times they want to carry the body
out of town or they may want to send
for a relative If you tnink you need
this kind of SERVICE! take Insurance
with the EXCELSIOR MUTUAL BEN
EFIT ASSOCIATION
We pay death claims in 14 hour.
Any person deiirine; such protection,
call at room 101 Pythias Temple,
lS4f Elm street or call M. S6T.
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President,
8 CO FIELD, Secretary
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161 logs and yet they come. This month we intend to break our
own record. Join the crowd today and become a Woodman In
our next log rolling. , .,
' We pay for Sickness, Accident and Death. Prompt payments
niwl no litigations are the American Woodmen's motto.
Forlnformation pertaining to membership.
Call at 718 N. Hawkins,
or ring Y 1939
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