THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TE.TAR, APRIL 24, 1020.
THE TEXAS COLORED LEAGUE--1920
R. LEE JONES
If yon at MtlifUd with bUek-luadt. rtn.
w. Ilnr splotehes. Simples, oly dark and
noddy (kin Don't writs , save yeur tump
But If you want to be TanUlfaUn Tesstn
Brown, answer this ad by stadia m S0 tor
ens laiKMiM box of Tsashui Brown filcia
Whltener and a bar ef soap. Satisfaction)
(uarantscd or nwnsy refunded.
D. C. CHISOL.M
BOX 6 3. DCNISON, TEXAS
April 18 19
May 8 t
July 4 6 6; May l ?
July 24 25 26
June 26 27 18
July 17 18 19
September ....11 12 WAug-ust 7 8 9
71 June ....13 13 14
May 15 16 17
September ....11 13 13
HOUSTON 1 August 28 29 SO
(April 24 25 26 May 22 23 24'August II
24 25 26
I iJuiy ...JJjtuiy 14
.10 11 12
.21 22 23
July 34 25 26Aprii 24 j5 2(i
...1 I 8 1 June
August 1 2
August zs tv s'J June 12 13 141
May ...... 15 18 17
July 10 11 12
September ....14 6
I June ( 8 7lJune
.13 13 14
May 2 8 4
April 17 18 19
22 23 24
ASKJuly v.. ....Ill
1 August . .
WICHITA FALLS . . .
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BASE BALli SUNDAY, APRIL 18.
Ft. Worth AB R H PO A E
White, lb .. 6 1.1 2 0 0
Bailey, 2b 5 2 3 1 2 3
Hill, 3b 5 2 1 2 0 0
Spearmon, rf 5 2 1 2 10
Lofton, c 5 1 3 2 0 0
L. Jones, lb 5 12 8 10
Lee, cf ...4 0 1 3 0 0
W. Jones, 88 4 0 1 4 3 0
Itectar, p 4 0 0 0 4 0
Totals 42 9 13 27 11 3
Dallas AB R H PO A E
R. Jones, 3b 4 1110 1
Harris, It 4 0 1 4 0 1
Richardson, c ....5 1 0 2 0 0
Sloan, it 6 .01100
Johnson, ss 5 113 4 0
Daniels, p 0 0 0 0 1 0
Edwards, p 4 1 0 0 4 2
Collins, cf 4 0 12 12
Elder, 2b 4 0 0 3 2 1
Klrby, lb 3 0 1 6 0 0
Long, lb 1 0 0 5 0 0
Totals .l 42 9 13 27 11 3
Collins out bunting, 3rd strike
By Innings: R H E
Ft Worth 401 200 0029 13 3
Dallas. 200 000 2004 7 7
Two base hits L. Jones, Balley
Loxton; three base hits Bailey;
home runs Lofton; stolen bases
Spearmon, L. Jones Bailey, Har
ris; Double plays Lee Bailey to
L. Jones; left on bases Ft. Worth
17; Dallas, 3;. base on balls John
son; hit by pitcher, by Harris;
Struck out by Rector, 7; by Dan
iels, 0 ; Edwards, 4 ; Umpire Tay
The following prizes were given
by the business and professional
men of the city. J. W. Ashley of
ficers, 1 dozen shines for the first
3rd base hit won by Bob Bailey.
Richardson's cafe, 1 dozen fine
cigars for the highest number of
stolen bases won by Lee.
Royal Cafe, player and lady two
chicken dinners for the one who
bats In the first run on the home
club won by pitcher Long.
The Pride cafe, seventy-live cents
In cash for the highest number of
errors won by catcher Richardson
of the Dallas club.
Dr. Frank J. Hawkins, two jars
of Velvet Brown face cream for
the first run of the season won by
Dr. Chas. L. Morgan's prize of
$2.00 in silver for the catcher and
Infielder making the highest num
ber of put-outs at second was won
by catcher Richardson and Dan
Johnson of the home club.
Hooper's Drug Store gave 1 car
toon of cgarettes for the first
three bagger of the season won by
T. B. Madison real estate firm's
prize of $5.00 in currency for the
most sensational play of the open
ing game was won by out-fielder
HAWAII API . BEAUTY-
On all mall ordera for $1.00 goods, send 10c extra
for postage and packing. Goods that sell for less, 6c
extra. Express shipments are aent collect. Ageats
HAWAIIAN BEAUTY GOODS are for sale by
Drug Stores Beauty Parlors and specially appointed
agents; or you may send direct to
HAWAIIAN PRODUCTS CO.,
S14T CALUMHT AVI&, CHICAGO ILL.
June 5 6 7
August 14 16 16
23 24 25
29 30 31May
April 24 25 26,
August 21 22 23
and Dallas Play at McKinney,
Harris in a running catch of line
'down from Rector's bat which look
ed as If a 3 bagger.
The Peoples Undertaking Com
pany gave $5.00 in gold for the
first Dallas player who crosses the
plate won by Bob Sloan.
Deshields, 205 S. Ervay $2.50
shirt for the longest ball hit of the
series as won by "Sand Top',' it
cleared the right field wall by' ten
Shapira and Arnish, 1812 Elm
street, a $2.50 suspenders for the
longest ball hit in the opening won
by Bob Sloan with a 2 bagger to
left field fence.
Sam Dysterbach Co., $2.00, shirt
for the highest number of stolen
bases won by outfielder Lee of the
Klar and Winterman a traveler's
set for the player batting in the
highest number of runs won by
In the opening game the hits
went Long, 2; Collins, 2; Sloan, 2;
Elder R. Jones' and Harris for the
Tomorrow at 3:30 p. m., Dallas
Black Giants will play in Fort
Miss C. A. R. Grantt, Ph. B., B. S.,
916 Denver St., Muskogee, Okla.,
Third Vice-president of Walker Na
tional Convention; President of local
club; Principal of Harrison Chapel
School. Officers of Walker Club:
Orficm f Walker Club.
Miss C. A. R. Grantt, Ph B., B. S.
President; Mrs. Dora Stephens, Vice
president; Mrs. Wm. Mitchell, Sec
retary; Mrs. E. Mitchell. Treasurer;
Mrs. H. Hunt, Chaplain; Mrs. Green,
The Walker agents are succeeding
well. A number of new agents are
in the service since we entertained
he Walker National Convention here
McKinney, Texas, April 22. Ser
vice was good at the different church
es Sunday. Mr. L. A. Davis who has
been sick for some . time is able to
be out again. Mrs. Nora Cull has
Par Ins; Ponltlnn
STTOCF.SS In lite Is mare a matter of LOOKS than at
LUCK. The world's most successful people know this
YOU MUST LEARN IT. And learning It, you master
Illy m jic.ica .coovw.
HAWAIIAN BEAUTY PREPARATIONS
Hawaiian Hair Grower and Beautlfier 11.00
Hair Tonic 1.00
Face Cream and Bleach 60
race rowaer 75
Toilet Water 1.00
Tetter and Ecsema Ointment 60
HAWAIIAN BEAUTY HAIR STRAIGHTENER (For Men only). One
application straightens the most harsh hair WITHOUT IRONS. Re
moves dandruff. Per Jar $1.00.
HAWAIIAN DRESSING OIL. must be used with the STRAIGHTEN
ER to obtain best results. Improves any hair, by making It soft,
black and glossy. Per Jar 60 cents.
May 29 30 311
September ....11 12 131
June 26 27 28
August 7 8 9
9 lOISeptember 4 6 6
18 19l May
Augu.ii n 11 in;
June 20. -:- Dallas and Wichita on June 5. Opens Austin
Wichita Falls at Waco; Fort Worth at Dallas.
, bought a lot on the pike and moved
her house. Mr. Lonnle Davis has
bought two lots on the Pike east
side of the square good location
' for first-class Colored people. Mrs.
A. C. Prophet of Houston, Mrs. Olga
Turner of Greenville are here vis
iting their mother, Mrs. Lillie Doty.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Odis Johnson,
a boy, April 11th.
Mrs. Alice Smith departed this
life April 4ti, on Easter Sunday
She had just started to church and
, dropped dead. Funeral services were
1 arranged for the 6th. She was a
j member of Second Baptist Church.
I Rev. A. L. Russell attended the fun
' eral. The different auxilaries of
the church rendered Resolutions with
I beautiful flowers. She leaves one
'sister, Mrs. Mattie Rhea; one auntie,
Mrs. Adline Hawkins; one Nephew,
Mr. Thomas Jegges and a host of
i cousins to mourn her loss.
MRS. MATTIE RHEA, Sister.
MRS. liULA WIGANS.
MRS. ADDIE WILLIAMS.
ard of Thanks
The good that one does in life
lives softer they are gone.
We take this opportunity to ex
press our gratitude and heart-felt
thanks to the many sympathizing
friends who came to our rescue in
our sore distress, with ready and
willing hands to help us bear our
burden, share our sorrows, with
stand our griefs in the dark hour
of our bereavement while sickness
prevailed and the invisible hand of
death, the unwelcomed guest, held
sway over the life of our beloved
daughter, devoted sister, a faithful
wife and a most affectionate compan
ion in person of Mrs. Ernestine E.
(Doty) Willis. And also, thankful
for the floral offerings that was so
many and prof used. "Signed": Hus
band, Father, Mother, Sisters and
Rev. T. I. Willis, Husband,
Prof. E. S. Doty, Father,
Mrs. Amelia A. Doty, Mother.
Mrs. Gertrude Hawkins, Sister.
Inez, Doty, Sister.
Lydia Doty, Sister.
Alice Doty. Sister.
David Doty, Brother.
Virgil Doty. Brother.
Prof. J. B. Hawkins, Brother-in-law.
Card of Thanks
We take this method of expressing
our most profound thanks to the
many friends for their untiring and
unstinted efforts in trying to re
lieve the paing of our dear one. But
for gentle deeds, kind words of
sympathy and thoughtfulness we
could not have borne with such
fortitude the burden that has been
placed upon us.
We thank you wltth greatful
hearts for the beautiful floral offer
ings, and we shall ever cherish you
all in our hearts. With hearts full
of gratitude, we are,
J. J. JOHNSON, Husband.
N. L. PERRY, Daughter.
T D Ji-ne
J Ml July
.21 22 23
7 8 9
August 28 29 30
..14 15 16Ju'y 4 5 6July "-131
I v September 11 121
I, I l
29 30 Sll4prll 17 lg 191
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2D 1 JOI.iujj 1U ix xz
Wanted Settled Colored woman for
cook and house work, good place, no
washing. M. Ritchie, 2700 'Swiss.
Fire Health, Accident Insurance.
Reliable men and women agents
wanted. Apply to P. J. Wilson,
District Agency, 2510 Trinidad St.,
Dallas, Texas, phone X 1594.
; Coin Money Selling . Big State
Liniment. Gives quick relief for
headache, neuralgia, and rheumatic
pains. Dollar down brings dozen
, fifty cent bottles to you, or send
dime for trial bottle. Paul Hollis
Polytechnic, Texas. 4-2 4-4 1
f Colored IiteratareandPatr1otlc
pictures 7 subjects, 25 cents each;
Kelly Miller's War History, $2.05;
iSoott's War History, $2.90: Keltv
Miller's Progress and achievements
of the Colored Race, over 400
pages, $2.28; Life and Works of
Paul Lawrence Dunbar, $2.00;
Life of Booker Washington, $1.25;
Address W. E. Young, Box 311
Hlllsboro. Texas. 4-2 4-1 1
.l..Calvert, Texas. -Hair- Dressing
Parlor, Box 255. All kinds of wigs,
braids, etc. Hair dressed in latest
Tyler, Texas. Miss Susie Howard
210 1-2 E. Erwin Streot, Poro Sys
tem, up-to-date manicuring and fa
cial massage. Hair made beautiful.
Found t. Last! New amberoid
unbreakabtecordbs; kind you can
hit with hammer; small pocket
! combs, 15c, barber combs, 25c,
, men's dressing combs, 25c; ladies'
j traveling combs, either style, coarse
I and fine or all coarse teeth, 50c,
'prepaird. THE HALL SALES CO.,
Box 753, Corslcana, Texas.
Oak Cliff OottaRe On Tenth St.,
we have nice 4 room cottage on
lot 60x190 feet, splendid location.
This bargain at $2,000.00 Claud
and Morton, X 2197 or Edgewood
Wan ted " to" Kno w Th ii where
abouts of Mrs. Beulah Dodge. Last
heard of In Dallas, near New Hope
Church. Address: Mrs. Mary
Bowles, Midland, Texas. 4-24-lt
Wanted -Two Colored barbers
for white trade 1402 McKinney
Ave. R. D. Nobles, Dallas, Texas.
THE COl-ORED MAN'S CHANCK
IX OKLAHOMA FREEDOM AND
Oklahoma gives you a chance
to be prosperous and happy, pro
tection by laws. Food schools, busi
ness and other advantages, at
Rentlesville, its Just what you want.
A fine place where you get away
from 'race trouble. 1600 lots sold,
only a few left. Each purchaser
gets oil stock free and there may
be oil or mineral under their pro
perty. Also a few acre blocks and
small tracts of farm land. It you
want to better your condition and
have a little money we start you
on a contract, easy payments Tie
up this chance and have a place to
go later. Send 2c stamp, every
thing will go under sealed postage.
Say where you got our name.
TULLA H ASSEK INVESTMENT CO.
Dep't 0 Muskogee, Okla.,
Anmrlllo, Texas. The Scott Cafe
offers visitors and strangers the best
place to eat. Leaaing place in
Amarillo, for first-class eatables and
courteous treatment. 116 Harrison
st reet. Walter Scott. Prop. 2-21-jlt
Wanted. Live real estate man to
sell town lots In the best Col ore 1
town in the State of Oklahoma.
Write for agents' outfit and full
Instructions. Reeves Realty Com
pany, llox 1433, Muskogee, UKia.
"Marvelous New adding machine,
$12.50 with stationary stand; flO
nrithnnt ntatirlr nrpnald. Does work
of $300 machine; adds, subtracts,
multiplies, divides, automatically;
five-year guarantee; complete in
structions for operating and sug
gestions and the written five-year
guarantee with every machine. Cash
or C. O. D. Address the Hall Bales
Co., P. O. Box 758, Corslcana, Tex-
J. C. PHILLIPS, A. Wmi NA
Elocutionist, dramatist, poet, so
cial uplift welfare and religious
worker and lecturer. Open for en
gagements In California, Nebraska,
Oklahoma, Missouri Kansas, Texas,
Arizona and Oregon, write for par
ticulars. Services In colleges, churches,
special programs, associations and
organized literary societies.
3305 Thomas Avenue, Phone H.
7132, Dallas, Texas.
e 19'May 18 17
25 26July 17 18
17 181 .
at Houston: San Antonio at
Why not call X 2992 for a
car or truck when going on
a fishing trip? We solicit
Wood ft Edwards Stetson cats, ladles
hats cleaned and reblocked. Wood
A Edwards Hat Factory, 421 South
WHO EfTEITTED WORK I
Adams Express & Transfer Go.
We do all kind oi Hauling, Pack
ing. Shipping and Storing. Household
Goods a Specialty. Skilled and com
petent workmen employed.
Office 8225 Boss Ave, 8. W. H. 7M
I Summer School for Teachers
June 7th Thrnnirh Jnlv 1ft loon.
LITERARY, PROFESSIONAL AND
rHOXE H. 6303
G. W. WILLIAMS,
Teacher of Voice, Composition
and Piano Forte, Music, Training
Quartet, Choir and large chorus, a
2811 San Jacinto St Dallas, Texas
Yonr Talking Machine Needs Clean
ing for the Spring. All Makes
Talking Machine Motors
REPKOmCKRS A SPECIALTY.
Phone Y 2i05 Dallas, Texas
2087 Commerce St.,
J. E. EDWARDS,
Only bonded Colored Plumber
in the city
Now back in business and
ready to take care of
any Plumbing and Gas
fitting work you may
hare. See him for fan
prices. PHONE X 3733
T gafrg-"-' "jjw , I,, ! m
i REAL GOOD SPEC- 1
I TACLES ONLY $3.50,
I WHY PAY MORE?
Spectacle Friends Listen!
If you have weak eyes,
don't wait but get at once
a pair of our high quality
gold filled glasses fitted
with clearest crystal lenses
for only $3.60. Our glasses
will make your weak eyes
strong and enable you to '
see the smallest print with
them on, or see way off
Sit dowa right now and
send us a letter enclosing
Money Order for $3.60. Tell
us your age and whether
to send glasses for near or
far seeing. Tell us at how
many inches from your eyes
you can read this print best
without glasses. We will
send your glasses and a
fine case at once by return
mall. Your money refunded
if not satisfied.
Tyler Optical Company
Dept. "D". Tyler, Texas
May 8 9 10
August 1 2
May 1 3 8
September 4 ( 6
May 22 23 24
I ' I
MADAM COTTOIPS WONDERFUL
GROWS HAIR OUT TKM PLIES.
The Inventor of tma nmr grower,
which Is made of sixteen ingredients
and containing- everything- necessary
to grow the hairs, prevents dandruff
and tetter prevents hair from failing
out, and keeps it looking very nice
at all times this hair grower will not
make the hair sticky, but keeps It
soft and fluffy. It makes the hair
awfully nice and straight without
pressing but may presa It If you de
sire. I guarantee this hair grower
to grow hair on an average of one
inch a month also to darken gray
Prleea by mall prepaid.
1 Box. SO cents; S Boxes. $3.00; 11
Jinxes, $6.00; Pressing, 60 cents;
Shampoo 60 cents.
Send P. O.. or Express money order,
la. J. COTTOW CO
18 W. California Ave,
Oklahoma City, Okln.
Agents wanted. Write for terms.
THE WONDERFUL HAIR DRESSER AMD
H CHANGE TO MAKE MONET. HAIR GROWTH ASSURED
learn The Beverly System of Hair Dressing.
Ton Can Become Independent With the System and the Bey-Marie
The Bev-Marie Pomade. The Mag
1 'LJ ' MAI XJCWTU L j J
$1.00 COMBS for 59c
This comb never sol i tot less thn 1.00.
tachable handle T.-ii extraordinary otter is mada t acquaint you with th
suptsrior quality nnd lov prices of our merchandisa, and tha sal prica of
pyc u actually iss man ocmk wo manuuaura, toa i nasitaM CO tua
advantage or this srxcial alter a. rr have only a
refunded if not ccirfjetory. till in attached
or mooav ordec .
fptpC3 Wa art lrMt dnalers In (V4ori Wecaftn's fcalr sad MWt arttrW
Kvry Ooiurwd Witniaa ibould ltvo a catalog. V will mad jua
yuur cwpj ins suuf on roosxps o nww mm smurwe.
HUMAN IA HAIR CO.
23 Duane Street New York
A preparation that grows and
straightens the hair without the use
of Irons. A positive cure for dan
druff. Itching scalp and falling hair.
Only one agent wanted n each
town. Send P. O. Money Order,
no stamps, 75 cents regular size)
DR. J. C HARDIN,
P. O. Box 8, McKinney, Texas.
Excellent Opportunity For
Grocery Store, Meat Market
Good location, excellent business.
Owner selling because of health
and press of other business will
not permit further continuation In
1317 South Preston St,
Dallas, Texas, or
DALLAS EXPRESS PUB. CO.,
8000 Swiss Ave.,
One thousand agent
made. We want agents
in every city and vil
lage to sell THE)
STAR HAIR GROW
ER. This is a wonder
ful preparation. Can
be used with or with
out straightening irons
Sells for 26c per
box one 25c box
will prove its value.
Any person that will
use a 25c box will be
convinced. No matter
what has failed to
grow your hair Just
give THE STAR
HAIR GROWER a
trial and be convinced
Send 2 So for full size
box. If you wish to
be agent send $1.00
and we will send you
a full supply that you
can begin work with
it at once; also
agent's terms. Send
all money by money
THH STAR HAIR
FACTLRERS Box 812, Greensboro,
netic Hair Dressing and Pressing Oil
used with or without straightening
irons, makes the hair soft and silken
also promotes growth.
Bev-Marle preparations will posit'
itively grow four inches of beautiful
hair In six months. A trial will con
vince the most sceptical, that Bev
Marle Is far superior to all other
hair preparations. Agents wanted.
Sells like 'Hot Cakes.' Liberal com
mission allowed. Stamp for partic
ulars. Full sized box sent on receipt
of price, 50 cents, postage 10c extra.
Adress all orders to
MADAM A, M. SMITH,
500 E. 4th Street,
Oklahoma City, Okla.
Sample outfit, 1 Pomade, 1 Sham
poo, 1 Temple Oil. 1 Hair Grower,
full Instructions, $2.00.
It Is mada of solid brass with de
lunitad amount Money
slip and aand stamps
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