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THK DALLAS EXPRESS, DUXAS, TEXAS, SA TTRDAY. XOVF.MRER 20, 1920.
GOT OTTli The UUllmtulnh Carat From Other gtatrs una the State Grand Lodge Omrlala. k SUMPTUOUS DIKING TENDERED SUPREME COUNCIL AT THE KESI nptTc rc mom i c r 1 1 c Vm Unr.1. ,e tt.. ., ! -""- " --., Lacy. 3109 Flora St., Dallas, visited IJJtS. Ar ftuKUUR, BTH INSTANT our city Sunday. Miss Ruth Minn resigned her school at Port Arthur and has accepted a position as bus iness secretary of. the Y. M. C. A. Miss Nunn began work Nov. 8th The, "Y" should be complimented upon having such an accomplished lady on .the force. Much interest 1b being manifested in the work. . Kev. F. Rivers Barnwell and Edward Loving, Jr., have returned from Omaha, Nev., where they attended the National Humana Convention. Both reported a very pleasant trip and. much inspired with the work. If you believe in race pride patron ize the Dallas Express. We sell it at the Temple Drug Store- Phone or ' write us your news. St. James Bap tist Church, 2nd and Harding Sts., of which Rev. J. H. Winn is pastor. Is boasting of being out of debt. Much praise can be given to Rev. Winn for the ardent and glorious work he has done and is doing for this church, also city. He Is a great J man. Miss A, N. Norwooa nas re-. posltles; Mrs. N. A. Kirk, Supreme turned to the city irom vernon. i Hecretary of Endowment; Hon. Tit- Miss., where ane-spent several weens visiting her mother. She was ac companied borne by her sister, Mrs. R. Lw Bowie. They visited several cities, in Tennessee before returning home. The class of Miss Viola Mose ly of the High School, and quite an optomistic set, entertained with a benefit dance at Uliton Han Thurs day, Nov. 11. A good time was had by all and a neat sum raised- Ml. Gilead Baptist Church is . now com pleting the work by putting in the new windows. The windows are beautiful as well as artistic and adds much to the appearance of the building. Mrs. E. B. Oliver of Hum bolt street has returned to the city after being away several weeks. The American Woodmen entertained with a reception Monday night at Odd Fellows Hall, Second and Harding streets. A program was rendered and interesting talks were made. The occasion was a grand one and all enjoyed themselves. On Satur day. Nov. 13, Dallas challenged Fort Worth in a football game. Fort Worth won over Dallas 12 to 0. .Dal las should learn to play the game before coming on the nublic. Come to Fort Worth and the boys will teach you the game. After the game the Dallasites were tendered a re ception by the 9, 2B. class at Her man Park. Much fun was had by all. One of the prettiest affairs of the season was a reception given by the Idle Hour club. Sunday Nov. 14 at the home of Miss Bessie Hill, Lu ella street- White and yellow chry santhemums were used as decora tions throughout the attractive home.'' Punch and cake were daintly served the forty guests by Miss Alma Featherstone and others. Sou venirs of chrysanthemums were given each guest The guests were de lightfully entertained during the evening by many selections on the piano, both vocal and instrumental. Miss Alma Featherston entertained a few friends . last week with a party. Punch and cake were served. Several pleasing musical selections were given by the girls. Many are looking forward - with interest for Thanksgiving Day. Thursday, Nov. 25th. .We have this to say .many and oil proud gobbler will no longer cherish this country as the "l?nd of the free and the home of the brave." Mr. J. B- Thompson of St Louis. Mo., visited Miss Gaudfe Man ley last week. Miss Manley has re signed her position, as cashier at Temple Drug Store "and will take op work as teacher in the city schools of Cameron. Miss Susie Kendricks has resigned her position at Temple Drug Store and will teach. . Oh well! We won't say any more. "SYRUP OF FIGS" CHILD'S LAXATIVE Look at tongue! Remove poi sons from little stomach, liver and bowels A reception and banquet was tender ed the Supreme Council at the resi dence of Hon. A. S. Wells and, wife corner Doll and Bryan streets on Tuesday afternoon of the th In stant. The spacious residence waa i ii r own open to the distinguished g-uests five states and large cities out side of Texas. The neerptlon and Banquet. The table was handsomely deco rated with elegant cut-glass and sil ver and with the Pythian colors em blazoned the setting. The following palatable menu was sumptuously ser ved: Turkey with dressing and cran berries: peas, buttered bread, pick les, fruit salad-charlottee Ruase, cake and fruit. Supreme Canned Members Present 8. W. Green, S. G. C. of the world; W. R Willis. RunremA Rnrrtrv Mrs. Robinson. Supreme Worthy In spector; Mrs. Mundy, Receiver of De rtnton. Grand Chancellor of Indiana. otaer Visitors Praent. Dr. W. H. Roberts, President En dowment Board; Hon. A. Jackson, Commissioner of Education of the A. M. B. Church: W. H. Hughes, Prof. W. J. Rmlth, J. E. Smith, A. S. Wells, J- P. Starks, L. B. Klnchlon, and the following ladles: Medames J. C. Fra iler. Carrie Morgan, Janle Johnson, A. B. Day. Annie Christopher, A. E. Boswell. Mrs. Powell, Mrs. Snyder, Mrs. Hames, Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Hattle Colston: Miss Beatrice Burson and Miss Kva M. Weems. Mrs. Janle Johnson prepared and served the dinner. The banquet was given under the auspices of the local lodges of the K. P. and the Courts of Calnnthe of lnias, followed by another at Py thian Temple Tuesday night. N. W.. IIARI.I.rCB TAVO-M11VTTF TALK VOn HOY AJTD Gmi.S. THK VII,I II R A ST, TUB II Hi KING OK ACTIONS. Accept "California" Syrup of Tie, B.nly-Uk for the name' California povnaifv, Liicn von am child is having the best and met hurir.. less laxative or physic for the little stomach, liver and bowels. Children love its delicious fruity taste. Full direction, for child's dose on each bet tie. Give It without fear. Mother! Yon must say "California NOTICE! To the Negroes 6l Texas: ' We have organized and are build ing an exclusive Nepro town at C'uney, Texas, ten miles ' west of Jacksonville on the T. and N- O. railroad. Wo want you to buy a lot or a house and lot in Cuney, or a farm near Cuney. Good churches, good schools good water and a' progress ive people. Here is the place to Invest your money, where it will furnish employment for your own so ns and daughters. Yours for the Race. ANDY. REALTY COMPANY. H. I Price, Vice-President; J.' Z. Thomas, Vice-President; W. A. Hall, Secretary; W. C. Price. Asst. Sec retary; W. D. Thomas. Treasurer. 9-25-tf. flnhlr More Feroelnna Thnn The Kin of flrast That Roams The .Inntrlr-. Oner Turned a I.lttle Child May Lend Thla Anlmnl. ALLF.X CHAPEL A. 51. E. CHIUCH -That Friendly Church." Rev. R. S. Jenkins, D. D., Pastor. The Sunday school is the charm of "the hill." Mr. Will Davis and his corps of teachers makes the lesson and Sunday school quite interesting every Sunday for the pupils. Rev. V. M. Townsend of Little Rock. Ark., delivered a great sermon to the Allenites, subject: "How much owest thou.' The doctor made an ever lasting Impression and, some of the old debts were cancelled by those who had not paid for a long time. Port Worth rejoices a every visit from Dr. Townsend. The Allen League Is making great progress under the efficient manage ment of Mrs. Elnora Owens. Rev. J. W. Willis preached an extra-ordinary sermon Sunday' night Mrs. Addie B. Hill has put on a move ment to make glad the pastor. Mrs. Annie Hubbard entertained the W. ' D. Johnson Missionary Circle in her beautiful home at 931 W. Magnolia street Mrs. Hubbard knows how to entertain the elite of any city. The three Missionary Circles, viz: Bishop ' W. D. Johnosn, Joshua H. Jones and Evans Tyree, with the members, ladies paying $5.00 and men 47.00, will make the rally Sunday Nov. 28, a great crowning effort of the Allen ites. Several of the sister churches are going to join in the Allen Chapel rally; don't miss this great event and mighty effort Mr. E-. D .Loving stands ready to start the tower's fin ishing rally and to help purchase bell. Mrs. A. C. Burnett, the Na tional Vice-president and traveling representative of the Madams C J. Walker Manufacturing Company, vis ited Fort Worth in her great Itiner- - ancy of Texas. Mr. Burnett is a pilot who knows the business seas of useful life. Dont miss the ser vices In Allen Chapel next Sunday. You are invited and a most cordial welcome awaits yon. It Is "Dollar Money" time. (By N. W. HARLLEE). Boys and (rlrls. I am to talk to vou a minute about controlling the lion, the king of beaat. Very few people care to caress a lion, or even lead him about with them In their work or play. This In what we all do, dev after day. and year after year. Of all the most ferocious an imals and the most dangerous ani mal known to the managers of the menagerie. Kew trainers in all the history of time havo been able to train this beast and to brlns- him completely under their control. When ne is once under control, he becomes the most gentle of alt the beasts known to man. A little child mar lead this tame animal about with a silk ribbon tied around the neck of this once dreadful animal. Now, I see you are becoming anxious to know about this . beast that I have railed a Hon for the want of a letter name, and of which, the lion that you are thfnklntr "of Is ns tame as a lamb compared to the beast of which I am speak Intr. This unrulv beaut Is small In slxe. but what It lacks In sire It mnkes no In power that has controlled most men and women, and even little bova and girls. Put instead of belnir the king of bea-'. he Is the bla- king of ac tions. He rules the monarch, he con trols the master and his slave, and e mother vlh her hnbe at her breast. T h-ll npmn this beast. If -mi.wilt kindlv consent for me to-do -as- ym wi-h. wis nnme becrlns wMh the ftr TT. He In well known t ell alrcirtv o-'" vou cp'l hl hv eno'her mm. tvhat , f( Wnrre W. it ..? tm, animal Is blind. Tt no fo. p clnws 'M I T?te Klnn: of Actions. HMt ts tbft 1np of scttnp. There Is r" b-ert t"t roawn the Jimules so ferocious wronpr habit In youth an1 rtsnirernns wron tp hnhlr In vmith or hoary old aire. As we read of the rnreer of the arest sm) careful ssp-'-s. We firs ask Shout ttAl tinHf,., v.. know, too that everybody has habits nme ro" M some hsrt running thr-'-.e-h th-l- lives, croenlntr nut In tielr -Iops rleh follow them as nip-ni roiiows tne nay. The MruuKerle Far Tralaiaa Thla least. The home, the church and the school are the menagerie for train Insr this wild beast known and fear ed as the I.lon of Habit. If the home, the church and the school fall to bring this animal under control In the training of the individual, the end may. be seen In the beginning of the downward career of this in dividual. The little child can lead thla' beaat and control It if she Is guided and guarded in her early life. Habit is a bundle of child or man. ""Jl" ,",r",le1 r " Wature Mnce Habit is called our second se f. it Is Important that our second f lfnould he put under control of right habits. Some of the things we are to consider are courteous habits, habits of truthfulness, habits of hon esty, habits of industry, habits of thrift habits of purity, habits of gentleness with these developed In our Second Nature, our first Nature, the higher and better Nature, we shall be In complete control of this most ferocious beast that must al ways and everywhere be chained In the caere as the most dancerous ani mal. Habit. This beast must be tamed. If we would rise upon our dead selves to honor and preferment Boys. Blrls, look this Hon of habits in the face, relect the best and do the best thins; In the best w v mv,.i that habits besides belnsr the King of,Actions. may be considered a Cab le which onlv Death may cut asun der, or the Lion that may devour you IS. ,U ,Z?Ke- ,,r hblts should be the a-ulding star of our better Na- ,.Tur?.h,Ghod,.00k, thrt,"h to DEPENDABILITY I nen dollars have decreased in buying power and the public M I is called upon to pay the additional costs of production, and 'if when the question of quality of preparations is thrown to W the scrap-heap and dependability of service and quality of results entirely discarded, Madam finds herself confronted with the problem of how and what with the same money may she purchase for her toilette; For milady's beauty and saving her precious dollars, in sist upon artiojes that bear this seal. , Of Creoline Hair Preparation, the If present efforts mean anything, the public schools of the city are to be much Improved and eonriitlnns genorallly bettered. Inspections have been made of various buildings In j ma ijiiera, wnn rererence to over crowding, heating and general sani tation. One thing, however Is the step taken to 'abolish drives' of any sort In the schools. It is a steD In the right dirction, for 'drives' had 1 become to be a nuisance, In that I little girls were often found solicit ing money from strangers, which in ! itself Is a very bad practice, and I then It tends to rob them of that i and g?rieWThe ytTTlV m0Bt iettul hair grower In the known to bear and then spend the ' World, will grow hair ' upon bald 137 L'.r.'?. f.Z 'cVrefm heads. Fine for men. Can be used cones. Tt Is rumored that Senator ... , . . . . , Pat Harrison v. Ill fight for the with or without hot irons. If you chancres that vre recommended to are bothered with falling hair, dan- l" tnicrte th nn00' Bystem by the druff, tetter, eczema or any kind BThlrtylr"' " Oored persons died of halr trub,. V mUd. try Cre- in the nistrict of Columbia during ollne. It makes short, stubborn the r week ended October 30, while , hair long, soft and glossy In few the numbered of births for the pe- trPatmpnlB MaitA. mnnt bountiful riod totaled forty-six. Rixtv-two ner- i treatments Makes most beautiful sons died, and ninety-eight white eyebrows. Free hair dressing course children were born. in the Creoline College, diploma The Halloween festivities were tb ' cHvAn Unplnnara eomnlotA t9R nA w 7J?dvetX mw,..""n.7t?-.' ill" I outfit for $20.00. Special offer. We furnish straightening Combs, Irons here In years. House parties were tne orner or tne evenlnsr, and sev eral members of the younjrer set had iiniaue dances to mark the oc casion. Almost every home In the fashionable ounrter wns merrv with light and laughter. Those "who did not care to take In the house func tions, made merry at the coliseum where fully one thousand persons danced till dawn. Among those who died during the week may bo mentioned Miss Alice Nadml Turner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Turner. Miss Turner was very popular with the younger mem bers of the teaching- force. Her death wss caused by a nervous breakdown. In her talk before the Juvnlle Pro tective Association, at Its annual meeting In the Shoreham Hotel. Judire Ksthyrn Sellers of the . .Tuvenlle Court. In sneaklmr of delinquent children and others brouirht before that court, stated the court is un able to do anything: for children until they have actually been com mitted for a crime, and- added, "It Is surprising thnt there are never representatives from any of the churches In the court to look out for youngsters on probation and to see thnt they pet the proper guid ance end care to prevent tholr re turn to court." COLORED MRV TO PIOHT Finn. and heating stoves, send 25 Cents, stamps or coin for sample treat ment, six weeks full treatment $1.82; single box 57 cents; general agent's outfit; six weeks full treatment $1.82; 1 No. 2 Comb $1.50; 1 Face Cream 62 cents; 1 Home Hair dressing course and sale men's instruction $5.00, all sent postpaid for $4.26. Special offer,' write quick (today). CREOLINE SUPPLY COMPANY, i Lock Box 751, San Antonio, Texas. 10-16-tf $20O-GOLD PR(JE $200 " FOR A NAME now nni nn.1 Cnnrna-e ns Members of lw Company nt Share. Atlantic City, Nov. 18. The organ ization of the first Colored fire com pany of the paid department was announced by Public .Fafetv Director Cuthbert. The fire fighters, com posed exclusively of veterans of the world war, have been drilling for some time In hope of winning places In the new unit, a provisional com pany of 1$ men having been trained. They will be assigned on Novem ber 16 to the West Side fire house now occupied by Engine Company No. 9. and will be equlnped with motor engines and combination hose wagons. The men have already gained experience at fire. Their snap and efficiency In handling the ap paratus and combatting flames have been an agreeable surprise to Direc tor Cuthbert, a veteran fire fighter himself. SAVE YOUR KIDNEYS Your kidneys are Intricate res ervoirs into which your blood is emptied. They separate the pois on from your blood an- labor night and day to keep you well. But they have become overburden ed from heavy easing, change of temperature, checked perspiration, colds etc., and the " whole body suffered. Pain in the lumbar re gion on . either side of the spine, To the niHn or woman, boy or girl1 '- ho seieria the most suitable or 4cecptnhle nnme for Its extensive Una i-f Toilet t'r: liars Hons the Deckwith Manufacturing Co. (formerly the Ambrosia Toilet Ca.) will sward a prlza- of $20 GOI.IX Foi particulars send two-cent stamp. Dept." 25, 214 Central Ave., Cleveland, .0. - -4-lIt '-.f"'."vV f " ...V r. ' ' i I".:..! J Found only oit MADAM C. J. WALKER'S r j Wonderful Hair Grower ' Vegetable Shampoo ' Glossine Tetter Salve Temple Grower Vanishing Cream Cleaning C;eam Cold Cream Witch Hazel Jelly Vegetable Oil Hand Soap Complexion and Toilet Soap ! Superfine Face Powder, (white, rose-flesh, brown) Compact Rouge . Antiseptic Dental Cream ' EXPENSIVELY COMPOUNDED BUT CONSERVATIVELY PRICED ' THE MDM1 C. J. WALKER TilFG. CO., Indianapolis, Indiana r I I ' ! ! I I I I f I 1 i i' 640 North West Street, I . 1 GEORGE DOOLEY All makes of talking machines, motors re paired. All work guar, anteed. Reproducers a specialty. Phone Y 2665 2037 Commerce St. Dallas, Texas . 10-23-261 SPECIAL K01ICE MMT3. OLI,rE M. WEBSTKB HAIR, SCALP AND BEAUTV SPECIALIST A,nd Discoverer of POW-WOW PREPARATION'S i.i.1- ". 1111 ywuvwi.' i ujjiii. i i . m '..:.. : s : . : . . soreness of back, chilliness, pains j Address Pow-Wow Hair Grower Restores the decaying- hair roots, stops falling- hair, eradicates dandruff, etc., compounded with Bortanlo Herbs and Roots, and Is free from poisonous drug and acids. A trial Ib all I ask. Send for free sampie ot row-wow Hair Grower. it Office Phone Larnnr 40S2 Res. Ilione Lftmar 8200 Office Hours. 8 a, m. to 6:30 p. m. "Sunday bv " Anpnintrnont DR. i. WIXZKLLE SHIS, Dental Surjreon Fort Worth, Texas KOTES FIIOM TIIR NATIOIVAI. l-AI'll'AL. Musical Washington was given a rare treat when the Lincoln Temple Consrregatlonal Church presented Harrjr A. Del more, a tenor soloist or much promise. Mr. Delmore has bad a pleaaing voice, which he con trols with a remarkable degree of skill. More will be heard -of this young man as he sings himself Into the hearts of the people. John Wes ley A. M. E. Zlon Church gave an organ recital, at which appeared Miss Daisy Young, soprano, and Jo seph A. Taylor, baritone. Mr. Tay lor rendering "Judge Me. O God" (Buck), and "Prayer Perfect" (Stev enson), while Miss Young sang In a delightfully charming manner "Glor ia" by A. Peccla. and "My Task." Mrs. J. Taylor Nlckens was at the orgsn. and rendered '.Entree de Pro cession" (Verne). "Communion in G" (Batiste) "Overture" (Suppo) and other compositions by modern com posers. The National Memorial Association celebrated ARMISTICE DAY with a .mammoth patriotic meeting at the Vermont. Ave., Baptist Church, at which time. a compliment supper was served men who had participated In the World war. Prominent citizens of both races delivered spicy talks and local talent furnished music of a hlph order. Charles Price, the young Colored man who was convicted of slaying Robert Smith, also Colored, has been given five months' stay by Justice Jennings Bailey in Criminal Division 2. District Supreme Court. Attorney James A. O'Shea obtained the stay on the (rrotinns that an appeal from the conviction Is pending in the Court of Appeals. Price is scheduled to hang on the gallows April 8th, next. Smith was killed May 2J. 191s. at price's home In a despute over chance, which amounted to less than a -dollar, the balance of payment in a whiskey deal. in the limbs, headache, dieeslve ailments and heart palpitation arc P03l ive indications that your kid neys need immediate attention, and ir we. do not heed these warnings, more serious consequences may fol low. When inflammation of the kid neys results In suppuration, a pur ulent discharge is evident causing disorganization, or degeneration Commonly known as BRIGHT'S DISEASE.. MME. OLLIE M. WESTER BOX ,131. 108 Day Street, Montgomery, au. 0T DROPS Fowler's 10 Drops is a widely recognized kidney remedy. It won derfully aids Nature in. expelling poisons Oiat weaken, restoring sore or painful kidneys to normal healthy, action. The price of Kow lcv's 10 Drops is One Dollar per bottle. It is sold in Dallas by nearly all druggists, also In the following Texas towns: Orandall, Forney, Kemp, Wills Point, Min eola. Big Sandy, Waxahacute, Mil ford and Italy. If ou live away from ar.y of these towns, the very quickeat way to get Fowler's 10 Drops is V) send us a port oTlcc money order, as wo pav the War Tax and Postn;?o r.r.d gctmI it by return mall. Von't you plouso tell snino neighbor or friend about this (treat remedy nnd ''.hits help us to i?ct the news to them? HMVI,EKS CHEMICAL CO, Box GC7, Dallas, Texas. 11-6-4L . Kl'lt A MTTI 13 ItRIt TllU LINK, grow. It makes the scalp healthy; It makes the hair soft, . ti aiKlu ind (flossy; It give life to the most stuo born hair and surrounia the face with grace, ana oeauty. Nothlnp- in th world like it. The remiin? comes In white clais Jars, perfumed, especially, for refined peo ple. l"rl-c "(1 reals post pnld. nrutn W'nnlrd. SOl'THEnN li;f)K'INK O.MIM1YV, Atlanta, Gia. -4-12t u u yj COURAGE BRAND TABLETS For Vim Vigor and Vitality Prlco SI.OO at any drug atora ar aent (ri plain wrappar tJ any adurcss oa racaipt ot prlca. Acants Wanted Everywhera ' COURAGE TABLET CO. Macon, Georgia t 4 V mm Ambitious girls and ladles can earn from $20.00 to $40.00 weekly at home, Learn the best paying trade and earn while you learn. Learn the French and American system of Hair Dress ing and beauty culture. The old. original and unexcelled system that you can do-perfect, up-to-date work on either race. This system is used and practiced by thousands of suc cessful hairdressers. Mme. DeCarroll, an old. experienc ed graduate Hairdresser and Beauty Culturist. who has taught many others this trade, will teach yon this complete course by mall rnr only $5.00. First class work. Ouaranteed Diploma awarded. Send a money order to THE IDEAL CO., Box 70, Station O, New York City, V. Y. Send a stamp for full par ticulars and enrollment blank today. "The Wonder" I was sick for several years, spent hundreds of dollars, but failed to get relief. 'I am. now well and would not do without GOLDEN TONIC for one thou sand dollars. Will give name to any interested parties. Ask your druggist for GOLD EN TONIC if he hasn't it in stock order from DR. LINK MEDICINE CO, Manufacturers, 303 South Ervay Street, Dallas, Texas. . Price $1.00. Tih'in mi. "i n, i, ... . 1 Vr ' llAl.r M A!t- SAOB. A MODERN . WOJIBEH, ) Why get mad and fuss and swear. Pull your locks and tear your hair; When the curl will all come out, By using the comb I'm talking about The Wolf Bro's. Comb you'll find, Will savo your hair sad peace of mind; For between the teeth it will be found, Saoatfc, carved and perfectly roaad. li,,,. No. 81 Wood handle Brut Comb. Length 9 inches, round , 7C between the teeth I uU Rheumatism A Remarkable Home Treatment Given bj One Woo Had It In th Sprintf of 16981 wm tick3 hf If oieo Ht aUxl liiflaunmatorj; BhauaMtiam. 1 afferad m only tfao who hmrm it know, far or thra jmmn, 1 triad raoMdv after rmmmiy, and doctor afur doctor, but aueta raiiaf m I nemiwmi wm only twiporarv. Fin-Uly, I found vwitMdr that ovred m otoptetely, and It haa Devar ratarned. I haw (Jna Ittoi number who war terribly afflietod and area badrkitiea with rnemnatiam, aama of them 70 to 80 yaara od, and nanita war tba aama aa In tar own eaaa. 1 want very aufferar from any form of rheo aria troubVa to try Uw BMrveioaa baJin power. Don't aand a aantf aimply mail your aama and addraaa and I will aend tt fraa to try. After yon hata oaed It and It haa proven itaelf to aa that lonv-tooaod-for maana of getting rid of yoor rhoomatiim, yoo may aand the prtea of it, ana doUar, bat anoeraUod, I do not want yoor money on lees yoo are perfectly aatiefled to aend It, Isn't tbat fair? Why aaffer any longer wbeo reltaf la thua offarad yoa fraaT Poa'l delay. Writ today. Mark H. Jaekaoa, No. P320, Doratoo Bid., r. a.. No. 82 Wire handle Brass Comb, Length 9 inches, round 01 Cfl between the teeth v I .uU No. 83 Wood handle heavy brass Concave Hair Dressers CO Cfl Comb t).tTj Length 9 Inches, round between teeth. ll-13-6t No. SO Sanitary, non heat Cft ing wood handle brass Puller I .OU rMUtttatiarwkenuiD.& AfioU Wutei. WOLF . BROS. .. Boi3I4 INDIANAPOLIS, IND. Will Dromota a full nnwih f Deauiuui nair. one treatment will atart your hair to srowlng. if yoa have dandruff, tetter or any diseaaa of the scalp, send for a full treat ment. My Dandruff Remedy never falls ts cure Dandruff or Tetter no matter how long- standing-. If you have a tle-ht stubborn scalp a circular ia aent wltn earn treatment with full Information telling- you Just now to make your scalp loos and flexible ao the hair will grow. Course taught. Diplomas given throug-h mall. Hair Culture $10. Dye ing and Bleaching, Hot and Bleaching; Hot Oil Treatment, Beauty Culture, Manicuring. Growing oil 59 cents; Dandruff Remedy, 60 cents; Pressing; OH Eu cents; Temple OH 10 cents; Soap 10 to 25 cents. Agenta wanted. MME. L1TKIXA MeDAHIELS, - ) 1101 EL Mors Btreet I Greenville, Texas. State BRm 23 Not one cent cost to yoo t5 Dndersmir ,rr eonditlont. No extra eharirn for &" 1 ' mnry ityies, Delt loops, irnlf lf.t tonu, pesrl buttons, all FREE. Bfore you bav a suit or nanta. Iwt'ore you take another order, iret our free samples and new Oder. Wa Have a KEW DEAL That Will Opon YcurEyas AsrvnlS of O' rvir tatllnrlnty KorMM rUaa wriia too. We gmk ovary man toanewer ? this. vry boy In lone; panu, every mno, E wry where. No mutur where you live DnJtaJ anrl nak for this wwwoerhil, ttmw tree tat. , mrinv ctnaU CoaUnothiotf. WnU today. Addraaa KNICKERBOCKER TAILORING CO. Dopt.1019 Chicago, ILU I FT T u. M. B. ANDERSON PHILMP HICKS Q ' il&COKS IUKC PICTVIII!) Fl HAVE IT MADE TO MEASURE and you will avoid the commonplace In dress. There la a real value in ?ouaget earment GO0D-TASTB linked with QUALITY Is what CHESTER PARK TAILORS rhonyusa' women who are particu.ar. Write or 2114 H.U Street ' rhone T 6638 Dallas, Texas. 10-9-26 wfeU, iif ; ;'; " y how yA klxi iUGSlOStSr Sisci InraoiiN ftoictNe co Tl.uo.;. $i.o cms rTT www ThU tomb never pU for laj t'-.n fl.oo. ft u made e( .olid wilh , j - - vv araa atauira or enonrv onicr. tvrr Ui. ewvjf irm t .Jay oa HUMANIA HAIR CO. 23 Duana Street New York "4 W unm r'i'.M.il tiara a ri-L.t w.n . . 1 D . A . 1 .. ,3 1 : y o - - wfciiaaaMfias mmummmmmmiumiimmmiti. 7 ;. , . i , ,