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f THK DAIJiAH EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, APRIL 17, 1920. PAGE NINH THE BOY AMONG THE MOUNTAIN enings CKAUS AND PEAKS ABOVE THE CLOUDS IS WARNED AND AD LEWS filARKET i 4 PHONE YOUR ORDERS MONISHEI) TO WATCH HIS STEP AS HE CLIMBS. EVERYTHING FIT TO PRINT The Venerable Guide (Mlied With the Power of Wisdom, Truth anl J. ALBA AUSTIN, City Editor Knowledge. Mrs. M. M. Greer of 1936 Mar guerite street after two months' stay . away from home with the flu, hav ing recovered and is back to the delight of her husband, Mr. Greer. Mr. Jack Johnson of Cooper, Tex . as visited in Dallas, two days this week and stopped by the Express office. The-State of Texas versus Hattte Burleson for the killing of Editor W. E. King, Wednesday afternoon, Aug. 17. 1919 Is set for trial Mon t day, April 12th in Criminal District Court. Editor King was killed In his room while recuperating from a street car accident.' Early morning fire Thursday de stroyed many buildings at the Avia tion Repair Depot, north of Dallas Many planes, parts, etc. were char red in the flames. Provision and government supplies were also de stroyed by the conflagration. More than a million dollars loss are esti mated. Fireman from the city were handicapped in fighting the flames for the lack of water supply. The origin of the fire is believed to be incendliiiy. Eat less meat Is the slogan of Dallas women. Less meats mean a bigger pocket book Don't fail to hear Mrs. T H. Miles, Munger Avenue Baptist Church, Tuesday evening, April 20. Big song contest between her stu dents. Don't fall to hear them. Prize to the best singer. One brother said: "Well, Fort Worth ought to play "Farm Folks" mighty well, comes sorter natural with them They play in Dallas, April 29, Pythian Temple, April 30, that's the date, lots of fun at Pythian Temple. Listen, St James Baptist church Dramatic club, Fort Worth will play "Farm Folks" un der auspices Munger Avenue Bap tist church. Some fun, let's all go. ST. CHARLES PLEDGES TO SIT - POUT HOSPITAL MOVEMENT. St' Charles Lodge No. 21, K. of P., is composed of 240 thinking men who remember the past and : take advantage of the present to Improve future conditions. When the hospital proposition was pre sented to them their peerless C. C, ' J. H. Bradshaw stated that noth ing was more essential than an ' Institution of the kind and without ceremony they donated $26.75 in cash and pledged $240.00 These are the kind of men the race needs. Everybody who has pledge cards or money is asked to turn them in at Bethel A. M. E. church Sunday, April 18 at 3 o'clock p. m. DR. P. M. SUNDAY, Physlohu and Surgeon, Office Pythian Temple. - Residence 2411 Thompson. Offlco Phone X 4232 Residence Phone H. 6S9. 4-17-4 t TO APPEAR AT MUNGER AVE NUE BAPTIST CHURCH. Don't fail to hear Madam T. H. Miles at Munger avenue Baptist church, Tuesday evening, April 20, a song contest between members of the Vocal Class will be had and a prize will be awarded the best singer. MADAM MILKS COMPLETE SUCCESSFUL ENGAGEMENT ' Madam T H. Miles, music teacher and voice culturlst has Just com pleted a number of engagements several of which were return en gagements. Return dates . were made at Ladonia, Texas, March 8 and 9; April 6 and 6 anl a third response will be made at same town April 29 and 30. Other engage ments were: Rockwall, April 9th and 10; Ennls, April 12 and 13. She will appear in Bonham, May 1 and 2 with Paris, Greenville, Den ton and Ft. Worth, alternately. ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES. Mrs. Luclle Davls-Orman went to Marshall on business last Thurs day. Mrs. Ida Nash of 1813 Wood St, who has been sojourning In Texar-kana.- for two weeks returned home last Sunday Mr. Eugene Johnson "Teddy" of Ft. Worth, was over to see his old friend Curtis Ray last Tuesday. Mr. Chas. Hayden ' of 2205 Can ton street, was a popular spectacular at the ball game in Fort Worth, last Sunday. Mr. D. J Willis, formerly of Dal las, but now of Detroit, Mich., drop ped in the city last week looking the clcture of health. Mr. Grover Merida and wife of Temple Is in the city this week. Mr Wallace Maxwell, tonsorlal artist of Excelsior No. 1 was on the sick list all this week at his home. 2610 Eakln St. i Mr. Jake Jefferson and Arthur Brown left last Saturday with a party of Norther-Home Seeker.s The Buffaloes under the leader- i ship of Jolly Dan James will pull 1 a special to Waco over tne inier- urban on the 21st, $5.00 round trp. Messrs. -G. B. Montgomery. Itobt Hall, . Lee Jones, Wm. Hallum and Boykin Shivers attended the Shrine eat f est" in Ft. Worth, last Friday night. ' Hon. Arthur Jackson was in the city last week. Rev Dr. Abington of St. James A. M. E. church left for New York ' last Tuesday night Pro. J. H. PalmeK Register for more than twenty-five years con nected with the faculty of Tuskegee ' was in the city last Sunday. He is traveling In the Interest of that Institution The Dallas excursionist to Ft Worth last Sunday report an en joyable time. Mr. Rochelle . Harris of a local cotton firm went on a fishing ex pedition to the Leona river and brought borne as evidence of his exploits a 65 pound yellow cat. The largest fresh water fish seen here In years. MANY ENROLL IN K. OF O NIGHT SCHOOLS About 40 Colored ex-service men have enrolled In the Knights of Columbus night school classes and more are enrolling - daily. Classes n auto mechanics are be ing conducted at the Bryan St. Garage, Just opposite the Bryan high school, which those of book keeping stenography etc are being held at 1501 1-2 Commerce Street. it In a wonderful opportunity for our young men to improve them selves. All ex-service -are engiuie. All -are urged to enroll and attend. Munger Avenue Baptist church win nroBont an amateur dramatic club from Fort Worth, Thursday, April 29. Now that's real fun. Our own folks "actin' " come out, Pythian Temple WHEATLKY PLACE CLIPPINGS The Wheatlcy Place Art club was highly entertained Friday evening April 9th at the home of Mrs. John son 3634 Dunbar street. Th club opened with two new members, Mrs. E. .L. Williams, and Mrs. E. J. Wil son 2204 Clark street. Miss L. B. Butler read a paper, subject, "Faith." Mrs. C. J. Wilson also read a paper subject, "The Necessity of an Art Club." Assorted cakes and cream was served by the hostess. Mrs. Maggie P. Butler entertained at her home Sunday in honor of Mrs .Neacie A. Butler ad Mr. F. M. Butler, both of Terrell. Texas. Mr. F. M. Butler left Monday for Mineral Wells, Texas. Busy Bee Grocery Store is the latest Negro enterprise In Wheatley Place. Mr. Ben Baker is the efficient proprietor. Let us support all race enterprises of whatever nature lo cating in our commuity. A few of the members of Leading Star Court No. 7, met at the home of Mrs. Delia Patterson and . organized a club. This club shall be known ns the Leading Star Star Charity Club The following ladies were present: Mcsdames. M. Johnson. I. McNara A. Miller, P. Broady, J. Smith, D. Patterson, L. Norcum, D. Rowoll, M. P. Butler and V. Hall. Mrs. Delia Patterson wes elected president; Mrs. P. Broady, vlce-presidnt; Mrs. V. Hall, secretary; Mrs. A. 'Miller, treas urer and Mrs. I. McNara, chaplin. The club will meet with Mrs. Lena Norcum at -2429 Caddo street. Tues day afternoon at 3 o'clock. The ' friends . of Miss Imogene Marshall wll be pleased to know of her progress at Wiley University, Marshall, Texas. Miss Marshall, who Is a Junior, taught mathemat ics in Central High school during the teacher's illness. She was also sent by the faculty to Jarvls Insti tute, Hawkins, Texas, to teach hgher mathematics one week; the dean having been called away Respectfully, J. J. JEFFERSON. Can the folks n Fort Worth act? One sister says: "They can act up." Well, let's go see what they can do, April 29, at Pythian Temple. Ad mission 25 cents. The friends and acquaintances of Mr. Chas A. Walker, a contractor, formerly of this city, but now of Okmulgee, are glad to Jearn of hid recovery from a major operation at the Mayo Institute at Rochestes, Minn. Mr. Walker has two sisters here in the city, Mrs. Annie Bon ner and Mrs. L A. Carpenter. Burglars helped themselves Sat urday night in Mill City by robbing nearly a dozen homes. The loot taken is estimated at about one hundred dollars. Miss Amanda Jackson, teacher at Darty Lake is in the city the guest of Rev. and Mrs. H. Fletcher. Rev. J. W. Burroughs of Fort Worth, B. Y. P. U, Organizer of. Elm Grove Association was visiting the Unions of the city Sunday. Dr. A. W. Edwards, G. H. P., of Royal Arch Masons and his most accomplished wife of Cleburne Texas, were house guests during past week, 9th and 10th, of Mr .and Mrs. J. S. Brown, 1728 Boll street. They were recipients of many social functios while in the city. Prof. J. C. Phillips, A B., the cele brated Elocutionist and popular Pramatist was tendered a delightful luncheon Sunday evening by Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Brown, 1728 Boll St. Somebody said if the young folks In Fort Worth can act in a play, the Dallasites can build battleships. Well, April 29 tells the tale; we'll all go, Pythian Temple. Miss B. E. Greene and Mrs. M. A. MctJrew are doing fine work as Poro hair dresser. This week closes the high school drive Every lover of education should help In ths effort. Mrs. Rosa Wllburn' Is reported better. Her many friends are glad to hear this. The guessing contest at Currie, of which Mrs. R. E. Hall is teacher was a decided' success last Thurs day night The successful contestants were Miss Fannie Lewis and Mr. Polly Wllburn. Miss Nora Cunning ham was called, to Coxey's to play for the Misses McDowells closing. We are indeed glad to, add to our list of readers. Mr. S. E. Ellis of Martin, Prof. A. D. Lewis of Hearne, Mr. Paris Browri of Lott. They are doing ex cellent work as mechanics here. Save 5 cents each week for the Express. QUEEN CITY - To the readers of The Dallas Ex press: fhe citizens oi Queen City are busying themselves in Race enter prise along civic lines. We have now what is known as South Dallas Civic League, and from every indi cation, it is destined to put our people nere in the lime light of all matters pertaining, to the advance ment of our people, both old and younir. ' Mr. J. W. Williams is Pres ident; Mr. M. M. Bobot Vive-president; Mr. M. M. Bobo, Vlcepres- star, and deserves much credit for putting forth the great effort, and the way he is pointing out the needs for us, and contending for the rights of Negroes having a Park and an efficient modern school for our child ren, is certainly meeting with hearty approval of the best Colored citizens of South Dallas. Mr. McDaniels is also chairman of the executive com mittee; such committee is composed of the best citizens out here, and as can be found any where among our race. Pastor F. K. White can be relied upon as a Race man, as well as a preacher, and his influence is be ing felt as never before in this com munity, as such lending advice and rendering service to help secure bet ter school house, and a park for our people. Our secretary and others too numerous to mention, is leaving no stone unturned to bring up the rights of our people before the pow ers that be.- . Services were good last Sunday at all the churches. Friendship Bap tist church is rallying for new church pews. The same effort will soon be on at other churches. Dr. F. K. White, our pastor, is out of the city a few days this week, helping in Kingdom building; his calls are many, and he is indeed one active and iusy pastor. Rev. W. M. Mc Ilveen preached at Friendship Sunday at 11 o'clock, an acceptable sermon. Pastor White was at his post at night. Our revival begins on Tues day night April 20th to 30th, , to be conducted by the Famous Revival Hero, Dr. W. M. Walker, of Pine Bluff, Ark, who will arrive in the city on the 20th. Come one come all. for you are welcome, and will miss a great gospel treat to not hear Pastor F. K. White. Pastor White left for San Antonio, Texas to be In services with D. G. F. C. Curry, but will be at his post here on the 23rd. MISS ZEPHYR MITCHELL, Rep. THE CELEBRATED DRAMATIST Prof. J. C. Phillips, A. B., the cel ebrated Dramatist and popular Elo cutionist announces the followin dates: Texas: Dallas May 11 and 12. Terrell, May 7th; Chapel Hill, May 14th; Wichita Falls, May 17th. Kansas: Emporia, April 20th; Kan sas City, May 22nd to 25th; Bonner Springs, May 3rd; Edwardville, May 4lh. Oklahoma: Sallasaw, April 11th. Missouri: Kansas City,. April 21st; Richmond, May 5th. Nebraska: Mncoln, April 27th. GRIGGS CHAPEL Sunday morning with high wind, flashing lightning, dark clouds, mut tering thunder and following rain. For a while it looked like a day of gloom but the Lord is on our right, hand and we cannot be moved. So after the wind had blown, the cloud and rains away there was a crowd that gathered to ' sing and pray for the Supt. and teachers. There were a goodly number of pupils and vis itors present and we spent the re mainder 'of the day in Sunday school and the Union. Subject of the S. S. lesson was, "Deborah and Borak, De liver Isreal Golden Text. God is our Refuge and Strength, a very pleasant Help in Trouble, Psalms 4:6-1. The lesson was well taught and much in formation and many good thoughts were gleaned therefrom; also the president of the Union, Bro. S. Hill, was at his post and we had a gloriou i time. The Bible drill was good this time, true and tried beat old re liable. Subject, "Our Father's Mer cy." Psalms 103:1-14. Collection for the S. S. $1.93, for the Union .$2.05. Wo are still marching on. Y. M. C. A. .BRANCH Boys in every section of the city ure working hard to organize base ball teams in order to qualify for the City League. Any team of oldev boys organized with manager and captain can enter and compete for the silver cup. All organizations are requested to have their applications at this office by May 1, 1920. The HI Y. had quite an interest ing meeting last Friday night The group rendered a regular program by discussing school problems, after which a few moments were spent in social sing-song and athletic stunts. A very enthusiastic group of South Dallas boys'. Club met Tues day ight. A number of new mem bers were present as the result of personal work by the club members. These boya were eager to Join and pledge, themselves to the motto "Clean Speech, clean sports and clean living." There was present one adult leader who offered his service to the boys of hlo community. Our Y. M. C. A. year ends April 30, 1920, and every effort on our part is exerted to make this a very suc cessful twelve months of work in Dallas.' All pledges made last Fall are due in full this month. We urge every subscriber whose plolge is unpaid to kindly pay it The fu ture possibilities of this work depend upon the success of this year's work, work. Should the Secretary or any member of the community of manage ment fail to reach you. send your check to the Y. M. C. A. office 213 Pythian Temple and the mater will be given prompt attntion. EMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday was a high day with us. Rev. P. M. Ford, President bf Elm Grove District B. Y. P. U. Conven tion conducted a ten night meeting for us. Seventeen were added to the church and we raised $121.21. Sun day school was largely attended. In the afternoon we baptized five of the candidates. We have paid the last note on our church lot and we expect to begin building on our new church in a short time. We elected Rev. M. P. Ford for our pastor, and we invite you out to hear him; we make you welcome. Will begin our $1000.00 campaign Sunday. Rev. M. P. Ford, Pastor-elect CHURCH OF GOD Services were well attended. S. S. at usual hour with a well pre pared lesson. The pastor. Rev. C. L. Bryant was at his post throughout Dl. E. E. WARD, Physichui and Surgeon, ' Room 205 Pythian Temple, Phones: X 6378; Res. H. S2S7 the day aud delivered the message with great force. At 11 o'clock he spoke from St Matt 20-24; at 3 p. in. Hegar. 2:3. The sisters mission opened at 6:30 p. m. with Pres. M. E. Rodgers in the chair. All enjoyed At 8:30 p. m. the pastor filled the pulpit, selecting for his text 1 Cor. 5:13. Very spiritual was his sermon. Many hearts were mado to feel glad. Two was added to the church. Re ceipts of the day $94.05; given to the sick $5.00. SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. L. B. Skinner. Pastor. Sunday school was sublime. Every teacher had a large class. 11 o'clock service conducted by a white minis ter, his name not known. 3 o'clock services was in the hands of the Layman to rally to the cause which was responded by all present. The minister .who spoke out of God's word to us made all things he said very plain and simple, in the person of Rev. J. B. Bolden (white) minister of this city. The Layman realized out i of the meeting $50.15. Night services conducted by Rev. Loving, another Gospel feast M. HAWKINS. Reporter. NEW YEAR'S CHAPEL It. C. Sunday school was well attended. The congregation gave a collection of $15.00. High noon services preach ed by Rev. R. L. Langley, one of your own sons. The spirit was very high. In the afternoon B. Y. P. U. met as never before; some new life and inspiration was injected In the service and a splendid lesson taught by Pres. C. H. Bowens. Collection $1.27. Night service as usual by pastor, assisted by Rev. Bell; service good. Collection $3.40, addition one. Rev. F. C. Stone, Pastor. Sister Stone, Church Clerk. LEE'S CHAPEL A. M. E. CHURCH Presiding Elder J. A. Jones ,held Second Quarterly Conference JJtur day evening April 10. Sunday school was up to the minute. The service carried out In its usual way. At 3:30 Rev. E. D. Bonner, pastor of Queen City preached a soul stirring sermon. Much rejoicing was carried on in this Bervice. At night Presiding El der J. A. Jones preached a soul re viving sermon and the Lord's Supper was administered by the P. E. Re ceipts for Conference $30.14. Rev. J. H. Bush, Pastor. A. M. Owens, Secretary. SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. S. G. Guster. Pastor. S. S. was largely attended. Every teacher was trying to make their classes go over the top. 11 o'clock Pastor Guster preached a great Ber mon, Subject, "Training the Child." After the great sermon two members were added to the church. At 3:30 the rally began with the following churches: Mt. Aria, Rev. I. R. Rich ardson represented with $12.10; New Zion, Rev. H. E. Brown represented with $25.00; El Bethel. Rev. B. Moore represented with $50.00: Mt. Olive of Arlington, Texas, with their as sistant pastor. Rev. W. A. Martin, represented with $12.50: Bethleham, Rev. W. M. Taylor represented with $30.15; St Mark, Rev. J. R. Knox and Chapel Hill, Rev. J. S. Cullors, represented with $14.15; Bell Chapel Rev. P. E. Donnell represented with $26.25; New Zion, Rev. J. H. Caddell represented with $6.75; ' Mt Gilead Rev T.H.Henderson represented with $20.60; At 8:00 o'clock Pastor Gus ter made some timely remarks and five were added to the flock. We wish to thank the churches and their pastors for their assistance In this struggle. You are welcome at Shilob any time you come. The Excelsior Mutual Benefit Association will have their rally with us on the 18th, Every body is invited to come. Re ceipts $544.65. ST. MARK BAPTIST CHURCH In spite of the rain and cold weath er Sunday services were well attend ed. Sunday school was had on time and the lesson well explained by the Supt, B. B. Hamilton. At 11 o'clock Rev. L. J. Brown delivered a very interesting message to us. He took for his text, "Go ye and Teach all Nations," Matt 28-19, Subject,, "Go Ye." At 6 a good lesson was taught. Subject, "God's Mercy," which was reviewed by your Bro. John King of Grigg's Chapel. Manv other mem bers of Grigg's Chapel, were pres ent in the B. Y. P. U. At night the pastor took his text ' Stand Fast in the Lord," Phil 4-1. Sub ject, "Stand by the Church." He delivered the sermon with much power to a large audience. Collect ion for the day 28.00. Rev. 1 J. R. Knox, Pastor. Mrs. A. M. Hamilton. Reporter. BETHESDA BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. W. C. Barnes. Pastor. Sunday was a high day In Bplte of bad weather. S. S. went over the top with Bro. J. S. Smith, Supt Sister O B. Arnes, Sister L. York, Sister S. Smith, sure gets the money. New church building is going up every day. This man you call Bares Is some preacher and a noted builder, This is the fifteenth church buildinz he has built Collection $88.40. All are welcome with us. J. S. SMITH, Church Clerk. By N. W. Harllee., The child is father to the man, This means' that a child is the parent of the great Nation just as the tiny atom is the parent of the giant oak. But the growth of the oak must be unhampered, this is one of the es sentials of the underlying condi tions. The American house wife would not think of making the oak a pot plant; but this is what the Japanese does. The oak is the glory of the Japanese, and in the admiration for the oak, the Japanese bouse wife, places the oak planet in a flower pot to grace her front porch, and you man imag ine the size of the oak that she I raises in a flower pot Some per sona endeavor to rear children in the same manner that the Japanese house wife would rear and nurture the giant oak in a flower pot oaks are not reared that way. The Jap anese oak is a dwarf confined in a pot having no outlet for the ex-: pangioo of the roots of the Oak Plan- I let, the roots bend back, double up and twist around themselves, dwin-j die for the want of space in which I to exert the pent up nature, thus imprisoned, that which was intended' for growth is stiff and useless on account of circumscribed conditions. . Why talk about future oaks if we plant them in a flower pot We are not expected to raise oaks the size of the California "Big" tree if our purposes are to raise them in a pan or a pot California Big Trees are not raised in a pot. But these paragraphs are intend ed to call attention to the "Boy Ques tion that is up before the house, the bar of public opinion. Some thing has gone wrong in the rearing of our boys, and we are to act as does the skillful physician, the phy sician when called to diagnoise a case that he does not know and can not determine by any scientific treatment in his experience, he first of all treats the symptoms, and by this method, reaches the normal con dition of the suffering patient, and then treats the malady with which the patient is afflicted. The same methods are commending the "Boy Question'' that is up before the house. The only difference is that the boy and his nurse are afflicted in the same manner.' Let's give the boy a helping hand, give a full share, a lion's share to the stuff which boys are made. There is but one way to reach the right solution, but there are many de vices and even tacts, in the methods that are to be applied. Kindness if rightly applied Is the ruling, prin ciples in childhood and in hoary old age. Try it if you have not. While speaking of this "Boy Ques tion," 1 am reminded of my first visit to the mountains. It was a beautiful day in spring, not a cloud could be seen, nothing but the green virture on all sides, the. humming bees making music, their thighs are covered with yellow polen, the birds gave ecstatic songs, in the tall trees. that waved in the savanas, the croak ing frogs, the meandering crayons with long necks hovering about the lake at the' base of the mountain, engaged my youthful attention. There was not a ripple on the placid bosom of this lake that nestled at the base of this mountain, for the mountain served as a shield to keep out the force of the wind, only a zepher stile in here and there as the golden sun of that morning peeped through the - over banging foliage entwined with the evergreen vine clad forest. This was the birds' paradise, the home of the mountain nymphs, a haven of elysian. In those days it was tne customs of all mothers to have their sons to climb the rugged mountain under a skillful and experienced mountain guide, and as" my mother was a careful woman and had the one thought afire in her breast that her son should scale the mountain, she FREE mm ft 4444 t i t J tvi 1. 1 1 J Sliflll yyyyfey if 4 sum HEAR PRESTOIJ AND ELM STREETS Just arrived a new lot of the very latest patterns on the market. Come and see them. We can save you from $10.00 to $25.00 on each suit and give you the extra pants free. ' Your measure taken by expert tailors, not a clerk. W. H. HALL, Expert Tailor. mm. IX I 1411,1 Special ONE Roll Roast 20J Roast Pork 30V Brisket - Roast '. 17V4 Pure Porjtt Sanage. 30 Back Bones 12V Deliveries made to any part of the city. , LEWIN'S MARKET (We Are Forcing the Meat Prices Down) Automobile, Delivery took me to the lake that had to be crossed before the mountain could be reached. A boatswain was se cured arid mother and I were roared across the lake. The first and only persons we met was the mountain guide. Here he stood with folded arms. My mother introduced me to this guide. He was a remarkable man. Tall, stately, agile, erect hav ing a military bearing wearing a long flowing, silvery beard, his shoulders thrown back, his eyo steady and penetrating, his voice clear and resonent, his personality engaging and attractive. Such was the guide. Mother left me with him. She recrossed the lake and the guide and I were alone and strangers. I was agitated .and at first afraid, but other boys, I was told had traversed the mountain with this guide, and I was sure that I could do at least what other boy had done, and here I was resigned to my fate, to do and dare, to scale the crags. So I began the ascent As I began to ascend, the vener able guide, bearing the appearance of- a super-human being with di vine mission, says, "Follow me, my lad, and heed my warning," and Bay ing this in such a manner that all my fears were banished, and I be came completely under his will, his long snowy white beard was blown in my face by the puff of wind, and his mild eyes soothing me as a pleas ant nap in the gentle evening twi light, and I obeyed. "Watch your step," said he," for , (Continued on Page 10). For Sale. By owner close In, well located, 9 rooms, two story house, two room servant house a garage, chicken and wood shed, gas water, light, building in good con-, ditlon $4,600, reasonable amount cash, balance on easy terms, better hurry, live in three-rooms, rent the others, which will take care of notes, inquire Express Box 27 D. NOTICE! Why not call X 2992 for a car or truck when going on a fishing trip? We solicit your patronage. 1DTH llf FREE ONLY 9 WEEKS OFF Now is the time, to order your suit for the 19th. We will give you an extra pair of pants FREE with your suit. Pay us a small deposit a little each week until you get it paid out. DO IT NOW DON'T WAIT Near Preston and Elm Street X 1406 Prices for WEEK Rump Roast --25 Stew Meat -17tt Pork Chops .... 354k Mixed Sausage 204 Spare Ribs 30 2411 ELM PORO SYSTEM. Have your hair treated at the ROYAL BEAUTY PARLOR Special attraction given to your scalp by MRS. C. . J. NORSE WORTHY and MRS. J. HAMIL TON, 1800 Jackson street, phone X 2789. DALLAS BLACK GIANTS BASE BALL TICKETS On sale at the following places: Whitaker's Cafe, Lit tle Gem Drug Store, Dixson Cafe, Richerson Cafe and Green Parrot. Grand Stand, 75c; Reserved Seats, 30c; Box Seats, 35c. GOLDEN TONIC, THE WON DER. ' I have been sick 1 1 years. Doc tors gave me out, began taking Golden Tonic, last Fall, now well." (Oklahoma). . My mother was given up to die by her physicians. 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