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Buy a lot in THE IDEAL ADDITION, pay cash $6.00 . end 15.00 iiionf Ily, no tntt'rot, no taxes; then build small one or two room house i'u which to live and add to It bit by bit. Many white 'pooiilo li!!vc rut up a parage, with one or two rooms upstairs and sire Uving in them on the back of their lots, even In Highland Park, just to avoid paying high rents. It's the nenslble, common7 sense way to do. Rents will not be lower, but "rather will In crease until hundreds of new houses are built. Good second band lumber Is now available at many places. Rent money will pay for the place you put up. Others are doing this. Why not you? THE IDEAL. ADDITION LOTS are Belling well. "It's the fin est addition for Colored people In Dallas," bo say all who have bought. Salesmen will be there all day Sunday. Go out. select a lot, make first payment, and start YOUR OWN HOME. Kent mon. ey is lo.st forever. How to reach the addition: If walking, take Ervay" car to end of the line, walk one block eaBt to Central Railroad, then South on it to Anderson street In the Elite Addition; thence East on Andorson street, a short distance to the IDEAL ADDITION. If riding go out Holmes street to brick store, opposite Metzger's Dairy go cast one block, crossing Central Railroad to Anderson, then east a short way on Anderson to The IDEAL ADDITION. Any one in the Elite or Lincoln Manor Additions will direct you. Irii the wwk phone X 2088 (or Kdftewood 8784, Residence Phone) or call at office, 1600 1-2 street, room 104. ( Ic!2al Development Company j i 1 I5 M CONTKST WIM. OK WEALTHY WIOOW. (By A. N. P.) nrnoklyn. N. Y.. Dec. J. Several relative of Mrs.. Hannah Taylor, 72. wl died at her home, 393 Cumber huid street, on June 10, 1919, brought contest before Kurrogate Wlngate od a jury in the HorroK-ate's court to break her will. Under the terms of the will, the bulk of the estate, which is estimated at MO.ODO, Is left to a stranger. Francis H. Gilbert. Testimony revealed that when the will was drawn up. Mrs. Taylor was a helpless paralytic, having suffered .a s(rile of apoplexy three days pre 1 viotis. rihe could not speak, and ac cording to a witness to the will, slg nilivd her wiHhes by blinding her eyes, raining h.-r left forefinger and liaking hi-r left knee. This system of coimmitiii-alion, It was said, had , been estalilinhed by Dr. Cecil Mac Coy. Ir. Mact'oy is alleged to have id-d the old woman In making a cinxs at the foot of the will. The contesting relatives allege the old woman was not of sound mind, and that she was under the Influ ence of Oilber and "fearful of oppos ing or offending him." when she luude the alleged will. Kf.P.'CT NKUHO IMIVS1CIAK COUNTY (OUOMlll. ' (liy A. N. P.) Irontcm. Ohio, Dec. 2. Dr. Wood fin, a prominent Neuro physician of tins city wua elected Coroner of Law rence County on the Itcpubllcan, tick et. , t OI.OIIKU lltl, WINK 1'1U7.K. SCHOOL (Hy A. N. P.) Richmond, Ind., I'ec. 3. A twelve year old Colored gl,-i student of the Outfield llluh .School. Virginia Smith. won the He.cund prize given in the Katihnm l-Hay content which was bt-ld in Wayne at the time of the endowment cuntpuign. WILL KK1HT AUAIAST KLKCTI05 iiiiii:.i i.Aitini.s. ' J-!I 'Tieno. OltfS.. Dec. 2. K. T. -Bar- Iter, the leading Nero lawyer of this l-lace will head the fight to be made In Okfuskee, Wagoner, Mclnfs.tih and foxkogce (untif-s against llie elee-t-officois for iri'ucularities in the re rent election. The (uses will he fil ed in the E.isttrn District Federal :oiirt at Muxkogoc. Judge Robert l Williams, peiding. CHAIKiK t;.HIKV WITH Fit At I). (Ily A. N. P. .New York. N. Y.. Pec. 2 -An ltves- ffirallon which WHS started severai wekH ago bv the opponents of Mar- run Otirxey in his oruiinlKullon affect to have tllseovered tiiat C.arvey and ha lieutenants are looting the treas ury of f H J.lion a year. It is expected that' the matter will be thrashed out la the courts. ihci.?b nwcn in pa n Ann Will-; ASMiM'l m:t TO KU KLU KI.AN (Ily A. N. T.) i I.ytirhhurg, Va., Pec. 2 Negro snr Vie men In I.ynehhurg, Va., had their ardor chilled when they were as signed a place In the rmlstice Day prirsde in the division a portion of vhicH represented the Ku Klu Klan. 'l'i.i-..e men had seen foreign service od were placed in the Pythian di lution. They declined a place In the parade. TUSliKCKK MAM dUTS . roi:M TO ll-MC. FAMOUS ' (I'.y A. N. P.). Washington. 1. C, Dec. ' 2 Alonio P. Smalls, of Tu.kogee Instlttlte. has act to mimic, "I Want Yuh Mali Hon ey," tv Annie Lawrence Lucas, which Is sooiing a hit as an encore rendi tion In leading concert circles. 'CLKVKUAWn f-mitni PriOTKSTS AUAI.MtT I'LACIIMG PASTOR. (By A. N. P.) Clevelund. Ohio, Pc. 2. St. John sfrtcfTt Methodist Episcopal Church, i-K-funrt. is the latest body In that ieno3nina!ion to srlne In protest e -tuinst the appoint nient for pastor. 1 eil.iHititr closely the trouble In New 1 erk and Chieago where Iilxhops I.eard and Ooin.in have gone cotinl t r to the win-hrs of the congregation, tue fr-'t. John difficulty is regarded as l.elrig very .Igniiicant in cliurch an- i-ev. J. S. Jackson, who was pastor of M. John for five years, was sent in Tole.lo, t.hio. by I.lshop Joshua Jtoics. rvotwithstandlng a strong pe tition from the congregation ro-nn-Mting ttie return of Rev. Jackson. In m. John. Ir. Charles liundy was ii--j--:r-. ned. . This makes a period of m-prlv twenty-four years that. Pr. a.iiiy has been connected with St. J-Mtn, either ris pastor or presiding ".i,-r, exeei.t for one year when he vaM in Toledo. Members of tile op position state that b.-MUIes going si-.. umit their wlt-l, the appolnt inent shoivs a hii-'it il-'tcree of "church jnitVi;" that, will -Aici k the church mid eenliiaily the whole oenomma Ir. linioJy is a member of the t -iiernl financial l.oard of the t -r-ii, Is Uio father of Richard T .-.--! y, K.eretary of the leiraUon, Lift- i i,i, ain i.ir. Li-roy iluiidy, whose rs ill the tlililt"!- of tilt East KL i'i.i. riois in nauonally known. Pr. ..-LmihIv has recently opened li- i",il efiii-s iti Clevelund tu prop el i v t- foiu- iii to tiu Johns Church f.- i a'M.'.eent to it, . e oi.j.sitii.-n members nought an ,i - uu-ti'-ii in .'lii'i.'.e Levine's court, i lie counseled tin-in to try to fc-.-le the mailer unmng themselves. ( l l it l'i;is Ot'OTHS t lit III-l- 111!) Ml II. N. P c. 2. It has been .- tiie u.noont of omtio-nt given by ffie eoiintiv in re f Pavld T. Howard. -,ue an "mtei vl,-v" of ins slice, uri In e l.i-ii.-v.-s l.al lie never "went lo-V'-r Hitw a bl'HC- n illGII REffT. Hi . canisin. the always willing to par ade In story and editorial anything that is calculated to demonstrate theory of Inferiority. They howl plentifully themselves, but If they get a yelp from a Negro, a set-to of harking is started that makes you think bedlum has turned loose." CHICAGO MFPf LACUCH KKW MER- CAMT1LK IDEA. (By A. N. P.) Chienirof III.. Dec. 2. Negro bus! ness interests In this city are being stirred to great activity by the launching of a new business -Idea by J. I Lane, promoter of the United Worklnirmen's .Mercantile Company, one of the leading and most wide awake Colored business men in Chic-ns-n. Mr. I.nne nronosed the opera tion of a chain of storen, by members of the race, that will extend through out the entire country. The plan has already made a big hit and there are abundant indications that the Idea will be an established fact before many more months are passed. As designed by the oHgnator of the plan Includes an opportunity for the rank and file of the people to become shareholders In the business thrnugn a popular subscription which will be safeguarded by ample bond security provided by the promoter and the of fldals of the corporation. The details of the organization as set forth In a pamphlet provide for an agent's memnerslilp as well as i co-operative selling and profit-sharing scheme that is said to be safe and sound by many of the men and women who are prominent In Ihe Ne gro btisiness of this city. J. I- Lane, the originator of th. Idea, is a man of means and haa had wide experience in mercantile ven tures. Among the other people im mediately interested are: Levy Smith the wealthy, and successful director of the A. if. C' Employment Agency; W. ' J. Latham, president of the Su perior Mutual Insurance Company; John R. Oav, secretary of the Buil ders of America: B. L. Sinclair, weal thy hotel owner; P. H. Ilonam, pro prietor of one of the largfwt tonsor 1 11 1 parlors In Chicago, and D. W. Jones and LeKoy Hryson. The first store will be opened in this cltv sometime In the early part of the Spring in 1921. , 'I-: Art wioKsrnKAn rivKMPt.OY. MKXT. WARS! WOIIKDH, (13y A. N. P.) Chicago. 111., T)ec. 2. Fearlnir wldp spread unemployment of Colored men and women In Chieago, the Pi-ban l.enn-ue of that city Is tpsulnc; a weekly bulletin settlnr forth the labor conditions as reflected by the work of ir.1 IndiiH'ri.il department. The following- significant statements are teken from the League's first bulle tin: , -The T.estnie Is sendlnft out a (ren eral warninK to all workers to stick to their jobs. Tn reminding men and women that this fs no time for chnnue. a bulletin of the Leag-ue states that "Out of telephone calls to 27 plants on one morning, only 4 jobs were obtained. These were re luctantly Riven the league for "Old Time's sake." and not because the men were actually needed. At sev eral plants there were more than 200 men outside of the gates looking for employment, Wafcg are being: re duced In certain plants, and the woikine forces ,of others are belnor materially decreased. One plant that had' been hlrlna; some six or elprht hundred Colored men will be closed from Wednesday of this week until Monday of next week." TIUBIINR f'KATl'KES NF.GRO NEWS (Tiy A. N. P.) Chicago, rce. J. The Chicago Tri bune of Wednesday, November 24. carries on Its first paore three Negro news items, A Niojro boy of 14 yenro of aire was arrested for entering the home and attempting to outrage a white woman whose name was with held from the public. Another Item contained the Information that the home of Jesse TtlnKa, the local Negro banker, was bitmbed by unknown persons and .considerably damanged. The third Item carried the Informa tion that the gambling den of one Bill Lewis, a Negro gambling cele brity, had been raided by the police the night before. AFRrCAKS COMING . TO : AMERICA. - (By A. N. P.). ' Klgln, Wash. Pec. i, The mirprly Inar extent to which Negro lmnn grants of Africa are arriving ' In America was accounted to Interest of ltamblers, in session at the home of Mrs. Kdson Van Nostrand. The meeting, given to discussion of race problems and Immigration, was exceedingly Interesting. The Immigra tion problem of today was given at tention by Mrs. A. F. Brown and Mrs. It. ' M. Christman Informed of. immi gration investigations on Kills Island. "Our Need of the Immigrant" was topic of roll call response made with clippings on the subject taken from popular and authorlllve magazines. Next week, the Japanese question will come under discuselon at a sec ond meeting with Mrs. Van NoBtrand. jovi:hou NNnimsF.x sale 1 t llltlSTMAS .KKAl.S. OF Austin, Texas, Pec. 2. Governor Hobbv in a proclamation to the peo ple of Texas has endorsed the Christ mas Binl sale and the work of the Texas I'ubllc Heulth Association, ur ging the citizens of the state to pur chase the little sesls of good health which will be placed on- salo in Tex as beginning December 1st. The Governor's Proclamation Is as follows: "To All . To Whom These Presents May Come: ' Many thousands jof the citizens of this stete die annually as a result of the Inro.'ids of tuberculosis, and many of her thousands are suffering" with this disease et tills time. "Speoinl attention is being fo-cuss.-d tipon attention Is being fo tbe Ti-XHS Public llenlth Association ; while the Ptnte Pepertment of H"alth Is doing all in its power to prevent and cure ttibcrruiimis In Texas. The Texas I'ubllc Health Asporta tion t ries on lis work Aiinnnif Tex as children, among all races and 'iit?-f-s young and old, In all parts of the lit nte. "ThiH AsMoi-lstlnn is financed in its isl-M-ive ti n I t-t ulM-rculoNi s work sol--i c Uu,Mii;h tlie ce of Tu In-i oul.ixl s i ' 1 1 f i i 1 1 mi .- Si-nl. I.t be ,oM Uil.'i y.-ar in 'l.-.i-t (ni! t n mm: hi oit the enumry, t'fuii i mlier 1st titi'll the Ch'iM- tui..-. It-i'iiiajs niii.-ty-iive pur c.-nt of the proceed from the sale to be ued exclusively In Texas to flg-ht for the better health of Texana; THEREFORE. I, W. P. Hobby, governor or Texas, deeming- li nece- rv fur all the people of our State to lend their effort! In. tamping- out the dlaeane which menace every hums and community, being Intensely interested In the work of the Texag Public Health Association to prevent triisease, and recognizing the value of lis campaign to eradicate tubercu loids from Texas, do gladly endorse this camoaiKn. and uree the people of Texas to us the penny Christmas Seals on mail and packages auring the Christmas Holidays, and to give all possible aid In the Christmas Seal bale, in ordor. thereby, to aid in the war against disease. "IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF. 1 have hereunto signed my name and caused the K,-al of Htate to be hereon Im pressed, at the City of Austin. Texas, this aay ol nuvumuor, j9-v. W. P. HOHUr, Governor of Texas." HEAR DEAN WILLI AH PICKENS ' OP NEW YOKK -FIELD SECRETARY OP THE NATIONAL.. ASSOSIATION.. FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF COLORED PEOPLE" . - PYTHIAN TEMPLE AUDITORIUII SUNDAY AFTERNOON 3:30 y DECEMBER 12TH, 1920 Dean Pickens is one of the greatest orators on the American platform. - Prof. W. H. Burnett of Terrell, Texas, 'will also speak xm this OCCft&lOD , ADMISSION 50 CENTS Auspices Dallas Branch N. A. A. C. P. .) !-:-'- i jt(l tt t WHITAKER'S CAFE 2415 Eha Cigger, brighter and better than ever. Everything to suit your taste as well as your pocket book. Tables supplied with best market products and service unexcelled. ENOS WHITAKER, Prop. 3 I McMILLAN'S GREATER CAFE 2413 Dallas' Newest and Most Upto-Date Eating Resort. Best cooks and best prepared food In the city. Prices reasonable. t HOT AND COLD DRINKS, CIGARS and TODACCOS.' Each cus tomer receives the personal attention of the management. ; Q. McMIIlAN, Prop. 44.i.'t'44'' ADAMS EXPRESS AND TRANSFER CO. Announces the addition of the ADATilS FORNITURE COMPANY IN CONNECTION! AT 8225 ROSS AVENCB WE LOAN MONEY ON FURNITrRB STORED WTH TJS - WE BUY AND SELL FURN1TCIIE,' 1 -; ' ; 25 TO CO PER CENT SAVING FOR CASH MOVING, PACKING, SHIPPING, STORING. FURNITURE TAKEN ..." IX TRADE . X - ' -'v.'. : Phone Haskel 6755 Cash cr Credit A. ADAMS, President SPECIAL FOR STEAK ROAST ... ETJGLEBERG MARKET 2405 ELM STREET Both Phones X and Y 4191 m .... . .. F I WE l . , ' , - 1st Fit and workmanship guaranteed- 2nd The Eabrics used axe guaranteed all pure wool. 3rd Largest selection of Fabrics in the latest designs and . colon. - " 4th The trimmings are of the beBt quality. r Eth Prices are moat reasonable. li. R.' CMAMCEHS & CCPANY " -213 NORTH CENTRAL IIACK COJVfiltKSS CHANGES DATE) OF MKK'l'INCi. , Washlngton, D. C, Dea J. The Na tional Racs Congress of America of which Dr. W. H. Jernagln Is head has changed Its date of meeting; from October to the first Wednesday In May. This change of date will cause the Race Congress to be in session at the same time with the V. 8. Con gress. - , , Mr. Wm. M. Gales, Traveling Sales man for Overton-Hyglenlc Mfg. Co., of Chicago, 111-, manufacturers of High Brown Powders, High Brown Talcums, Ada Pomade, High Brown Hair Grower and Rozol Bleach, waft in the city from New Orleans, Hous ton, San Antonio ; and the south western part of the state. - ' ll-27-3t Excelsior Mutual Benefit Association - - Dallas, Texas Most people need money when there's death In the family. Some times they want to carry the body out of town or they may want to send for a relative. If you think yon need thla kind of SERVICE take Insurance with the- .. KXCET,IOR MUTUAL BENEFIT ASSOCIATION We oav death claims in 14 houre, Any " person desiring such protec tion, call at room 209 Pythian Tem ple, 2549 Elm street or can m. oor H. STRICKLAND, , President, COFIELD, Secretary. Street, i i Em Phone Haskel 6755 and General Manager. SATURDAY . . . 20c ...20c REASONS WHY , YOU SHOULD VEAR . t fit Iff I? ' IT?" .' ' ' :r;" :.: r r.. mm crashes into it, causing cramping and nausea. Take "Dodson's Liver Tone" Instead L If yon feel bilious, headachy, eon stipaUl and all knocked out, Just go to your druggist and get a bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone for a few cents, which la a harmless vegetable sub stitute for dangerous calomel. - Take a spoonful and if it doesn't start your' liver and straighten you up better and quicker than nasty calomel CARD OP THANKS. Waco, Texas, December 2, 1920. We are unspeakably grateful for the great acts of kindness shown us during the illness of our little daugh ter and niece, and for the over flow ing sympathy from friends in , the form of words of condolence and beautiful floral offerings furnished at her funeral. J. C. Russell, Mrs. D. T. RusselU U Russell, Mrs. umiernne Kusseu, Mrs. E. E. Garnett, Mrs. C. L. Ken- nard, Mrs. M. W. Swearengen. . . " CLASSIFIED ADS." MAKE EAST MONET. . 15 to 20 Dollars easily made op erating a small Mall Order business. Only 60 cents for complete working instructions. CLABKNTE PORTER, Box U2, Marshall, Texas. ATTENTION LADIES 1 I am now prepared to give Poro treatment and would be Klad to have your patronage. MRS. ANNIE FOS TER WESLEY, 109 Ciwmdvlew St, Cleburne, Texas. 12-4-lt Wantwl Two F"rst Class Barbers for Colored trade at 11.1 N. Central Avenne, R. II. ALEXANDER, Pro- prietor. , ; , 11-20-4L SHAW MUSIC STUDIO . Is now open at 1717 Hall Street, Phone Kankcl 8070. Miss Rattle A. Shaw, Directress. . ' io-30-tr. Wood and Edwards Stetson Hats, Ladies' Hats cleaned and reblockcd. Wood and Edwards Hat Factory, 421 Sooth Ervay Street, Dallas, Texas. tf. N . MISS T. H. MILES, . pF CHICAGO, TEACHER OF PIANO AND VOICE Home Studio 3403 Munger Ave., , Dallas, Texas. ll-27-4t A Wise Man Insures his house and furniture against fire. Insure with Western Mutual Fire Insurance Company of Texas, and be wise. W. H. Holloway, Agents 718 Haw. kins Street, Phone, Y 1930. - , -- 8-7-tf See MRS. M. A. JONES, 2816 Hallsville Street, for White's Specific Face Cream and Poro Treatment. ' Satisfaction Guaranteed. Phon H. 4269. ll-13-4t TO THE POLICT HOLDERS. Please send your . premiums to the Branch Offlce at Marshall, Texas, Box 59, and not wait for the Agent Send it yourself. State number. (4 High Class Salesmen wanted for, 4 places in Texas.) THE STAXDARD LIFE I5S. CO, Atlanta, Georgia. L. H. William, Agency Supervisor. 12-4-t Wanted To know the whereabouts of Charley Trent a boy about 15 Alexanduria, La. Any Information, plese write Mr. Douglas Jones, 2803 South Boulevard, Dallas. Texas. 12-4-4t. FOREIGN CLASSIFIED "ADS." WANTED AT ONCE. Wanted a Machinist Linotype Op erator and good all-round printer pressman. Top-notch salary. Apply-1 TUB TULSA STAR, ' A. J. Smltherman, Publisher. Box 1568 Tulsa, Okla. - 11-13-tf . , RATES . ; -. Teachers Take Notice! Thirty-Sixth Annual Session of the Colored Teachers State Association, of the Colored Teachers State As Houston, Texas, November , 25th, 26th and 27th, 1920. Reduced rates on certificate plan on all lines entering Houston. , For information concerning board and lodging, write J. D. RYAN, Chairman Local Committee, . Box 676 Houston, Texas. ,. ' A. E. HOLLAND. President Palestine, Texas. MRS. F. A. ROBINSON, Secy. ' . ll-13St aVs4MAAUVflVM4U TTYTTTVfTTTTTTl V DRESS UP XAMS Suit cr Overcoat Finest Quality Best; Values, Be measured now. ; , PHONE Y 005T DISCARDED SDANGEROUS Calomel salivates! It's mercury. Calomel acts like dynamite on a sluggish liver. When calomel comes jnto contact with sour bile it and without making yon sick, yen just go back and get your money. If you take' calomel today youll be sick and nauseated tomorrow; be sides, it may salivate you,, while if you take , Dodson's Liver Tone yon will 'wake up feeling great, full of ambition and ready for work or play. It is harmless, pleasant and safe to give to children; they like it PROFESSIONAL. A. S. WELIjS, Attorney and Couucellor at Law 206 Pythian Temple ' Dallas, Texas. . 12-4-62t DR. E E. WARD, J. rhyslciaii and Surgeon, Room 205 Pythian Temple, rjionesi T 5537 , E-s.'xi01 DR. P. U. SUNDAY, , . 4 Physician and Surgeon, .' (Offlce Pythian Temple. Residence 2816 Thomas Avenue, Office Phone 1 6145. ' . Residence Phone II. 6S9. 4-17-41 Dr. R. T. Hamilton, Physician and Surgeon. Room 216 Pythian Temple; residence 3303 Tnomas Ave. Phones: Office Y 6844; residence H. 4027; Offlce hours: lOa.m.tolJm.fc.Jto 6 p. m.; 7 to 8:30 p. m., Dallas, Texas 11-8-tf ' Office Honrs 10 to 12 a. m. 2 to 4 p. m. 6 to ' 8 p. m. Phone Residence H. 288T - Offlce H. 2675 DR. RUSSELL H. TROTTER, Medicine and Surgery 1 In Connection With Morgan-Biisch Sanitarium 1027 is Boll St. at Central Dalian DRS. PORTER AND PORTER Physicians and Surgeons Graduate of three Medical Colleges, Scientific treatment - of . blood dis eases and diseases women and chil dren. Office hours: 8:00 A. M.-to 11:00 A. M. 2:00 P. M. to 4:00 P. M. 7:00 P. M. to 10:00 P. M. . -Office 2413 1-2 Elm Phone Y 2705 Dallas, Texas. Dr. Lytle Veterinary Surgeon on animals of all kinds. Offlce at Peo ples Undertaking Company, 210 N. Pearl street. Hours from 9 a. m., to 6 p. m. X 1296, residence 3928 Willow street, Dallas, Texas. v. 7-2 9-1 1 HEAR THE LATH BOOKER T. WASHINGTON (HIMSELF) On a Columbia Record Delivering the Famous Atlanta Exposition Address -. (In part) For Sale 1018 LIBERTY STREET II. 8078 ll-27-4t OKMULGEE'S NEWEST." LARG .. EST, BEST HOTEL For Colored People Taxi Service Phones: 1532, 27S ; -'-V JHOTEL DELEWARE Meals Served In Connection ' Bath -Rooms r- OKMULGEE, OKLA. Rates reasonable, 307 N. Delaware Street, Phone 258 " Mrs. P. II. Benson, Manager 12-4-4t THE MODE TAILORS S313 Elm Street 12-4-4t I 1 HEART LEAF Natures Famous Remedy for growing : LONG zd BEAUTUUL HAIR. II y.a b.v. .Uort. nappy r amff. WitaB blr, bJln tuKdp. DO NOT DELAY, but u.. i,' HEART LEAF HAIR TONE. Oun wstch th, good roulu. , dirku. ,rr hair ad P"" " m Into It. Prtc. nc. mm hr ma o cP. 0 of monoy. AC viiiako good niony, C 4HcUi una t I vv I II afents. ATLANTA, GA. KOTICE! Tn th Colored People of Texas: Now is the time xo ouy u home, and Cuney, Texas, la the place. I have 100 nice well located bus iness and residence lots for sale in Cuney, Texas, new Negro town ou the T. and N. 0. railroad, ten miles west of Jacksonville; aiso ouw u of good, rich farm land for sale near Cuney. Prices reasoname ana ieim to suit the purchaser. If you want a home, phone me at Andy, or write me at Cuney, Texas. Tours for a home, H. L. PRICE, Real Estate Agent and Notary Public. 9-25-tf. Why get mad and fuss and swear, Pullyour 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 save your hair and peace ol mind; For between the teeth it will be found, Smooth, cure aad perfectly roaad. No. 81 Wood handle Brass Comb. Length 9 inches, round 7f between the teeth I M IF prUfinfjjJfpi 3 No. 32 Wire handl Brasa Comb. Length 9 inches, round CI CO between the teeth Jl.uU mm No. 33 - WoocT handle heavy , brass Concave Hair Dressers Length 9 inches, round between teeth. Ko. 30 Sanitary, non heat- 1 Cfl ing wood handle brass Puller I.OU fostiptatunrliertiifj. t AtutiWuted. WOLF BROS. Manulaolarars B0X3I4 INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 2 MEN AND WOMEN WANTED If you are alive and wide r a . 1- 1 wMa awake, you can earn from $1GJY, to $15 a day. No house to house canvasclnp. A HIGH CLASS and STRAIGHT FORWARD , business. For' full information write Norris' Candy Factory today, and be the FIRST in your locality. Box 481, Athens, Texas. 8-21-tf. THE EAST INDIA Ml GROWER Will promote a full" growth cf hair. Will also ' restore the etreogth vitality and the beauty of the hair. If vour t i 'v i I. Hair Is Dry and Wiry try east 15 1IA HAIR R0WER,v , It you are bothered with Fall ing Hair. Dandruff, Itching Scalp, or any Hair Trouble wo want you to try a Jar of EAST INDIA HAIR GROWER. The remedy contains medical properties that go to the roots of the Hair, stimulates theC skin, helping nature do Its work. Leaves the hair sort auu silky. Per fumed with a balm of a thousand (lowers. The best known remedy for Heavy and Beautiful Black Eye brows, also restores Gray Halr to its Natural Color.. Can be used with Hot Iron for Straightening. -Prtee Sent by mail, 60c t lOo Extra for Postajre, " . . - S. D, LYONS, tien. AgU ' 816 ftorth Central st Oklahoma City, 0kla7 AGENTS OUTFIT. 1. Hair Grower, ) Temple Oil. 1 Shampoo," 1 Pressing Oil. 1 Face Cream and Direction for Selling. $2.00, 25c extra tor postage.