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THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, MAY 1, 1920.
I'AGE TWO n ravn BROWN "THE FACE AND SKIN PREPARATION SUPREME" 5, V n i Says There is Always a Best IX EVERYTHING Users of other preparations are turning to Velvet Browtn 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 vou to a beautiful color. I 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 moneys worth. , It Is the wonderful day and night cream. Agents everywhere are making money, why not you? Velvet Brown offers opportunity. Don't Wle longer write today to DR. FRANK J. HAWKINS, For Agency Suite 102 Pythian Temple, Dallas, Texas A Daintily Perfumed Jar sent by mail : $1.10 On al at Hooper'. Little Gem and Williamson'. Drug Btores, all Beauty Parlors, Dallas. Temple Drug- Store Fort Worth. Colored Drug Stores at Austin and San Antonio. - ' Beaumont and Corpus Chrlstl, Texas Agency already In many towns. "NOTHING GOOD THESE DAYS IS CHEAP" (Patent applied for in U. 8.) Sunday evening and played her part. Pleasant Gave church Is preparing for corner stone laying. TO THE ttiwJs f r f Some SFowns Texas f ? ? v IIOMIAM. Bonham, Texas, April 29. Mrs. Mrs. Knighten of Marshall Is vis iting her son, Mr. B. K. Knighten. Mr. Edgar Beals havs purchased Mr. Jess Russell's home. Prof. W. E. Johnson was in Ladonia Saturday on business. Mr. Fred Burnett of Hen rietta was in the city last week. The Clover Leaf Club met with Mrs. George McCullough, Friday evening. A luncheon was served. Mr. Beekam was in Clarksville last week on bus iness. Mr. Allen Miller was out of the city Sunday. The revival con ducted at the A. M. E. church by Mrs. Rev. Clark was a success. Twenty-five additions to the church. Mrs. Estella Walker has returned from Dallas. The 21 Marechal Nicl club met with Mrs. Gus Stell Wed nesday evening. A luncheon was served. Madam T. H. Miles ' and daughter of Chicago appeared in rocital at the A. M. E. church Wed nesday night. The Happy Glee Club entertained their husbands Thursday night at Mr. and Mrs. John Shipley's. Mrs. Hawkins of Dallas sang at the A. M. E. church Tuesday night. She is certainly fine. 'Services was poorly attended at nil the churches Sun day on account of rain. The Mas querade Party given at the Baptist church Friday night by Mrs. Pearl Johnson was a success. Quite a crowd of Bonhamitcs were in Den lson Tuesday to hear Hon. Roscoe Simmons lecture. The Bpnham Base ball team crossed bats with Honey Grove Friday; scores 5-8, in favor of Bonham. Rev. Jas. Carr is con ducting a revival at Sherman. Mr. Allie Bedford and Mrs. Lonnie Bn nett left Monday for Omaha, Neb, to visit relatives. Rev. T. E. Hlggs will hold his building rally on the Third Sunday in May. Every body is Invited to assiat in the rally. Miss Modesta Johnson end Miss Robinson have returned from vOkla-homa. TOCATELLO Pooatello, Idaho, April 29. A large crowd of women attended the special sermon for women only Sunday afternoon at the A. M. E. church, by Mrs. M. C- Harris, the noted Evangelist that Is assisting Rev. H. C. White, the pastor. In a revival that has been going on for ten days. Mrs. Joseph Boone, 431 So. Second Is convalescing after a week's ill ness. Mr. F. A. Martin, now of this city, but formerly of WJchlta, Kan sas. Is making good . hero. He . is the head shop foreman of the T. F. Branen Hudson Motor Car Company. Mr. Martin is a very progressive a"d energetic young man and we gladly welcome him to our city. Mr. William Jones, (better known as Wild Bill) returned to Pocatello this week from Seattle. Washington, and reports a delightful time out there. Mr. Frank Reed., formerly of Kansas City, Kans., is very low sick at 410 N. Third street. CALVERT Calvert, Texas. April 29. Miss Vada Washington, one of the dis trict teachers closed her school last Thursday with a big basket dinner which was served at 2:30 o'clock by patrons, and a real excellent program Thursday nitfUt, after which the au dience was served to six gallons of ico cream free. Miss Washington puts things over the top. Mr. and Mrs. Josephine Hepplewhite of Min eral Wells, are in the city the guest of lior mother.-' Prof. C. C. Pratt spent tlie week-end with Mr. Will Clement p.nd i Bisters. Calvert's Mex ican population Is still increasing each week. Rev. S. N. Hervey and his peo X1p of St Paul M. E. church are malilng a bigeer drive for a bigger H. Paul .M. E. cliurch. Mr. W. D. S r:tli, P. S. of IxHtee tt Franklin -was in the -ity Saturday and Sunday to see the late S. C. Clement's heirs, as he had a check for $325.00, first payment from the $575.00 policy held against the Odd Fellows of Texas., Bro. Clement died on the 8th of this month. Mrs. Rachel Watson came up from Houston Sat urday night to spend a few days at home. Mrs. Jennie Lacy Is now sick at her home on West Burnett street Mrs. F. A. Standi is now a reader of the Express and will give news from South Calvert Mr. Jas. Gamble of Hubbard City spent the week-end in the city visiting his father, Mr. Sam Gamble of Good- land and his little daughter, Miss Closlree Gamble of Garrett Grove Community. Mrs. Clara Wright left Sunday night for Dallas, her home. She spent a few days in the city with relatives. Mrs. A. B. Turner, the sister of Prof. Minis left Friday night for her home, Council Bluff, Iowa. She spent, two weeks in the city visiting relatives and friends. Prof. A. H. Minis closed his school at Calvert Junction, Friday and will now. travel for the Odd Fellows. Mrs. Lizzie James of San Francisco, Cat., spent a t week in the- city the guest of her father, Mr. F. T. Cole man, and left Saturday for her home. Mrs. Katie Williams spent a' week in the city the guest of her father F. T. Coleman, and left with her sister, Mrs. Lizzie B. James, for Dallas Texas. Mrs. Bessie Sapp of Garrett Grove Community was at St Paul M. B. church Sunday. Miss Susie Salter Is sick at her home on West Mitchell Street She Is much Improved at this writing. On Sunday morning news was flashed over our little city of the death of Mr.G. K. Proctor (white) one of Cal verts oldest citizens at one time Dr. Proctor was one of Calvert's leading merchants, being a member of the firm of Parish and Proctor. He was loved by both races, and Calvert regret to give up such a citizen bs Dr. Proctor. Mrs. Jennie T.aev )b on the sick list at her home in West Calvert Mr. E. Hyers, Rev. Grant Prof H. H. Poole, Mr. and Mrs. Mnxwell are in Bryan attend ing District Conference of Bryan District and M. E. church. Mr. I-aura Dotson-Adams is quite sick at her home on W. Wharton street. Mr. Blggcrs of Jones Pralrlo Is In 'V :jo.ii 1J3A13 JsaAV ut eraoq the city sick at the home of her sister. Mrs. Rosia Fuller. The wife of Rev. 'J. Miles is auite ill at her Curington of Branchville was in the cltv Friday with her family. Mr. and Mrs. E. Terrell of Branch ville were in the city Saturday trading. Miss E. P. Hunter of Spring Hill Community was in Saturday looking after school closing. She will have ono graduate this year, A. M. Boney. Mrs. Cleo C. Smith closed school Friday. Rev. Paul Castle nursed through Saturday for Mt ! "ion where he went on church bus iness. Mr. J. -H. Anderson is back from . Hood County Texas, on bus iness. Pleasant Crove Supt J. E. Williams made a fly ing trip from Fort Worth home. He was accompanied back to Cal vert by his wife, his brother J. H. Williams and step-mother, where he boarded the train for Fort' Worth. The B. Y. P. U. urogram was fine Sunday evening. The program be gan with an organ voluntary by Miss Mamie Btmn, a music student of Mrs. F. A. Williams. Old Brother Wash Dirks is spending some time with his son Mr. Joe Dirks of Morn ing Star, for his health. Mr. W. M. Smith, who has been ill for quite a while is now at Chilton with his brother Dlllnrd Smith. We hope for him a epeedy recovery. The rural district schools are passing otit rap Idlv. Mt. Zlon and Pleasant Grove School boys crossed bats Friday; scores 10-5 in favor of Mt. Zlon. Miss Idella Warren left Saturday for her home at Chilton. Mrs. L. M. Smith was mistress of ceremonies WACO Waco, Texas, April 29. At last the rains came, last Saturday and Sunday Wacoans felt much relieved' over the gentle showers that fell to revive the parching gardens. Col. Roscoo Simmons delivered a mas terly address at Taborlan Park last Saturday night The Colonel seemed at his best and gave his audience wholesome advice politically. Mr. and Mrs. R C. Smith were sporting about in their newly overhauled car last week. Mr. Mampton, the mer chant tailor of Chicabo, was in the city last week flitting out his old cus tomers. Prof. and Mrs. LeQuey, Mrs. E. R Carruthers, D. R T. Wise and the the band and basket ball team of Temple, motored over to partici pate in tbe field day exercises last Wednesday. Mr. Grlgsby, president of the Mutual insurance Company of Houston was in the city in com pany with Col. Simmons. Rev. and Mrs. T. H. Smith arrived Monday evening from Ranger. Dr. Smith reports that the El Paso District is flourishing. Dr. and Mrs. Smith are both enroute to the General Conference In St Louis. Rev. Smith Is in need of eight preachers having established eight churches on the El Paso District The latest being at Eastland and Ranger. Mr. C. H. Long of San Antonio, Secretary and Treasurer of the Western Mutual Fire Insurance Company was in the city Sunday and Monday. Mr. Long and associates have started a business in this state which Is filling a long felt need. Our people arc being refused insurance in the white companies and this is the only Negro Fire Insurance Company in America. Mr. Long has secured Prof. R E. Bevls as agent for this territory. Bishop J. H. Jones arrived Mon day to hold the Presiding Elders rally for Paul Quinn College. Dr. (Bubber) Thompson, who has been practicing in Temple, Texas was in the city last week making arrange ments to move to Oklahoma City, where be expects to establish his office In the future. The Luke A. Scott, Stock Company is the new company at the Gayety this week. Dean N. A. Banks of Paul Quinn returned from points in Oklahoma and North Texas, where he bad been with the Choral Club. The club Is touring in Kansas this week. The Union Revival at St James closed Monday night. Mrs. Arm strong, the lady revivaliBt, has done a wonderful work here. Field Day exercises by the Moore High School was a great success. The parade was very unique and made quite an impression. Every feature at the Park was all that was to be expected. The wrapping of the May Pole at once was very entertaining. The base ball game between P. Q. C. and M. II. S. was a tie. Mr. St Clair Perry of Ivy street, is spending a fortnight at Mineral Wells recuper ating after a long steady season at the Rawlelgh. Dr. W. G. Lofton came In Monday evening from his charge at Martin. He reports that all is well in the Hot Well city. If you want to see contractor Dennis do some real good work, Just drive by his beautiful home, that he Is erecting on Tyler street At the Tegular meeting of the Me Clennan County Medical, Dental and Pharmaceutical Association last Tuesday night a very Interesting program was rendered. Dr. N. A. Jenkins of Columbia, S. C. was the guest of the hour. After the pro gram a delightful repast was served. D. 0. C. Spiller, President; Dr. T. A. Gordon, Vice-President; Dr. G. W. Sorrelle, Secretary and Dr. J. J. Frldia, Treasurer. Mr. John Mackey of Dallas was down to the funeral of Mr. Baukenight last week. It la reported In Waco that Dr. Rus sel, one of our young physicians, who has been 111 for some time ,is very low at this writing. Dr. W. D. Miller of the Corsicana District came in preparatory to going to St. Louis. He reports a splendid work in his district REPUBLICANS OF THE SECOND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT Having been solicited by many of my friends in this District to make the race for delegate from this District to the Republican National Convention, I have decided to make the race. I am in favor of the true and tried principles of the Republican party, laid down by Lincoln, Grant and Garfield, equal privileges to all and special priv ileges to none. I favor the election of the Hons. E. H. R. R. Green and Ed McCarthy and two Colored men as delegates from the State-at-Large. I am opposed to the government of the Republi can party by a private Counsel, controlled a few white men. 4 , I have attended several national conventions as a delegate from 7th District which is my old home District. I solicit the aid and assistance of every Repub lican in the Second District. Yours for a greater Republican Party, H. L PRICE A DIFFERENT INVESTMENT THE PlIIMC IS FAMT HRAM.IJIO THAT THE XECXIUTIES OF THE CHOCOLATE BROWN CANDY COMPANY RKI'HESRNTS THE ONF GREAT INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY OF THE DAY FKillT HKA-OWM WHY n Investment tn the C1IOC014TH mOWJ CANDY C'OMPAltY'N preferred, fully participating, ami non-ccesllie took of thin company la the Investment on can make. BECAUSE you are now offerod this chance at a fr allow you not only the fullest dividend on y''f7n vnur addition enable, you to reap the greatest possible ."'" 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Rev S. Montgomery. Pastor. Sunday school was hirt. Supt. A. M. Spencer has things well In hand, at 11:30 a. m. the pastor preached as never before on the Text, Hosea 14-7. Six p. m. the B. Y. P. U., lead by Bra Maurice Williams went over the top. At 7:30 the pastor again nreached a great sermon 6n the Txt Isaiah 43:2. It is said by the soldiers of Christ in Second Baptist I church, that Pastor Montgomery is preaching better every time he as cends the pulpit. His faithful wife Btands by his side and prays for him as he breaks the break of life to us. ... n m i r-mi I' m '.Mr ' H'1 11 ' 11 hfc mifc,!!. " I HARVEY B. SAUNDERS DRUG CO. I 4750 SOUTH STATE STREET I Chicago, Illinois M . " MAIL ORDER SPECIAL I "Attractive Prices for Women Who Save." and Healthy. 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II. .Ull VVIUM ........ . l $3.00 Eureka Comb $2.50 M $2.50 Nelson Comb $2.00 $2.00 Nelson Comb $1.50 Don't fail to get a comb High I!rown -(Overton's) . 2 High Brown Powder, 2 Kozol, 1 High Brown Soap, $1.03 I LIU inn Face Powder 50c An evening shade, for women who are particular. TRADE IN YOUR INACTIVE STOCKS -FOR- Clay Street Christian Church ' Sunday school met at the usual hour, and was well attended. Ser vices begun -at 11 o'clock sermon by the pastor, Rev. J. B. Williams, Text, Life's Decision." Collection for entire day $20.00. Prayer meeting Wednesday night. Choir practice Friday night The Ladies Aid meets every Monday at 4 p. m., friends are invited. REV. J. B. WILLIAMS, Pastor. . ATLANTA. Atlanta, Texas, April 29. Rev. J. J. Deloney filled his regular ap nointment at Enon First Baptist church Sunday services reported good. Mrs. A. D. Key, Grand Wor thy Counselor of the Court of Cal anthe was in our city Friday and met with the Atlanta Court No. 172. We were glad to have our Worthy Counselor with us. Mrs. Annie Thomas returned from Marshall, Friday, where she attended the fun eral of her brother. Miss Fannie Mae Hale Is at home again after a successful school term at Bryan's Mill, Texas. We are glad to have our girls back home. Mr. Rich mond Rains of Stamps, Ark., was a pleasant visitor to the Madam for several days last week; Mrs. C. II. Prultte is at home after a a successful school term at Bryans Mill, Texas. The reporter's visit in Queen City, Sunday. We drove to the Oak Grove Bap tist church Sunday morning and there we found a large congrega tion assembled In Sunday school, after an interesting review on the lesson. W were dismissed at 12 o'clock, "ne congregation re-assembled, praise service was conducted by brother M. Coleman and Dea con W. S. Hale of Atlanta, after a warm prayer meeting, the pastor. Rev. D. H. Adams arose and after taking a collection amounting to $5.17 for the poor and less for tunate members of the church, took for his text, "The Christians Desire a Better Country," Heb. 11 16. Our hearts burned within while the man of Gtod talked to us by the way. The clubs then made their report the one raising the highest amount above $50.00 was awarded a ten dollar gold piece. Deacon L. Stand more being the successful one to raise $50.50 was given the prize and after some1 words of ap preciation from Deacon Standmore to the church and pastor he then gave the ten dollars back to the church, the same to be used for building purposes, total atnount raised In the rally was $132.72. Mr. Alfred Richardson, an old respected citizen of the Honey Grove Community died this morning at 7 o'clock, funeral will be attend ed tomorrow from the Cross Road C. rM. E. church, entertainment in the Cross Road cemetery. Rev. C. H. Morrow, the pastor will officiate. Don't forget where to get your paper. TERRFXL. tist church closed his revival Sun day, April 25. He baptised 20 candidates. . SMITHVILLE. Terrell, Texas, April 29. The Colored citizens of Terrell were highly gratified in having Colonel Roscoe Conklln Simmons, the noted orator of America last Thursday evening, April 22. Mr. Simmons spoke to an appreciative audience of Colored and white people for about 2 and one half hours. , It 'goes without .saying that Mr. Simmons knows how to sway his audience. He is truly a master on the stage. Just before his departure the next morning he was greeted by a number of the white citizens and was extended a cordial welcome to come to Terrell again. ' Mr. Simmons was accompanied by Mr. Gillian, his private secretary, Mr. Gillespie, the manager of the Liberty Life Insurance Company of Chicago, 111., and Mr. Perkins, a politician. Rev. L. A. Weaver was called to Muskogee, Okla., Monday on account of illness of his family. Mr. Qulncy Fuller died .Friday morning at his home, funeral ser vices were held at the home. Mr. Thomas A. Jefferson of Dal las was tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Huff, Sunday. Saturday afternoon under the aus pices of the Masonic Lodge. Mr. Norrls Pickens of Dallas, the cousin of Miss Louise Harris was a visitor Sunday. Rev. D. A. Butler, the successful pastor of the New Hope Baptist church returned Wednesday from East Texas, where he Bpent a few days of rest with the old home folks. Rev. Brown of the Mt. Olive Bap- Smithville, Texas, April 29, Miss C. Jackson returned to home at Bastrop Saturday last. Mrs. Reddick, Miss Josephine Forderaon and sister Izola were vis itors in San Antonio last week ac count Fiesta. Mrs. Lillie Whipple has returned from the infirmary at Austin .this week much Improved in health. Dr. C. A. Adams and wife, Mr. Ike Winston and wife and Miss B. B. Williams were visitors in Aus tin last week. . Dr. C. C. Owens and family made a trip to Austin Monday. Mrs. L. L. Leonard motored to Taylor last week. . Prof. Wm. Anderson was In Aus tin, Saturday, attending executive committee meeting of Republican Congressional Committee. Mrs. Jane Miller has returned from La Grange visiting- relatives. Mrs. C. H. Christian and little son of Lockhart were In the city Sunday. Rev. L. Wade of Giddings was in the city Sunday holding the quarterly conference for Rev. Golns the conference was a pronounced success. St. Paul A. M. E. church is alive under the leadership of Its able pastor, Dr. S. J. Connor. See Wm. Colbert Anderson for the, Express, every Saturday. 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! i ADVISE US how many shares you own and STATE also the price 0 you wish for your Stock. Address BONDING DEPARTMENT, Drawer 2098 Denver, Colo. i ,' 'J ! ' e ' - r t -V. I Evpoloinr Mutual P. tin of it LAUIIDIUI IIIUIUUI U Oil bill Association Dallas, Texas Most people need money when there's death tn the family Soms tlmei they want to carry the body out of town or they nay want ta s.ad s ' for a relative If you think you need this kind of 'SERVICE! take Insurance With the EXCELSIOR MUTUAL BEN EFIT ASSOCIATION We pay death claim. In 14 hours. Any person desiring such protection, call at room 309 Pyfilan Temple, 264s Elm street or call M. 657. H. STRICKLAND, ' President, 8 COFIELD, Secretary SAX ANGELO. San Angelo, Texas, April 2 9. Prof. J. E. Robinson, Grand Deputy of the American Woodman was in jthe city last week, the local camp j rendered a nice program at the hall after which Prof. Robinson was I presented and as Is his custom he .told of the work throught the state, (many other things regarding race enterprise, he was heard earnestly, the table was spread with a free excess to all Saturday night, It was repeated and result there was eighteen new members added. Prof, has the right conception as to how to handle the people, it is impos sible to Interest a ' hungry people. He left Sunday morning for Austin. Mr. Will Coleman of 240 W. Third street, who Is a employee at the G. C. & S. F. R. R., shop had a narrow escape Saturday night, when a crude oil tak exploded, at this writing he rest nicely. HSE Reginall Cocoa Balm AMERICA'S GREATEST HAIR GROWER Ladies Make Your Hair Long: and Beautiful Take no chances, cet the best, this Hair Grower has no equal. 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