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TUB DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER, 4, 1020- i. i 1 ) l I ! I i t m kVU. M THINK! LOOSEN! 1 "Ttls Will Gst it" , t HIE VELVET BROWN COMPANY wants a (on- more live agents who are willing to do .side bustling for some quick money. , We Lave agents who are making money for themselves, how. J ever, no want a few more. "An an Inducement, we are going to f Ifivo some agent a trl( to Chicago, pullniaii, dining car and every- Iii'ff after, you leave the SotiCh and a peep at the sights In tho X ' Windy City" all free. ' . ' :( We are planning an agents' contest, you can't loose for any- X one who handles " .-. : . - X Velvet Brown Prepratioiis will tell you that they are great Boilers. People actually cry for thin and our oummlsslon'ls liberal. . TUB FACE CREAM Is a real "whang." A beauty producer, X a knockout and a joy-maker to any one who uses It.' A . - i THE nAIU PREPARATIONS have the kick that stimulates X the old dome to action and ambition, and the kind of hair that 'you want seems to awake and blossom. like 4 rose. I v VELVET BKOWN FACE CREAM, daintily perfumed .,-..,$ 1.10 HAIR GROWER 53 TEMPLE GROWER .... .53 PRESSING OIL . . .aa Big discount for agents. , , ' ADDRESS-- Dr. Frank J. Hawkins, M. D., D. D. S. Suite 102 Pythian Temple, Dallas, Texas Question: Will this ad get your Answer: It wont miss me! . . MiriMUHrrFKeinoNT ov McKBrs- rouT rimi.io miiooi. nKCoiw- MI'.II SKI'AUATH H:iOfI,S FOR WIMTIO AN'U OI.ORKO STU- 1I0TH. MsKrx.wr.ort. Ta., Poo. t. At ( moiUinar the .School Board on , Mon Say ernnltur, November 8th, 1920, Dr. J. I Jtlcliey. Superintendent of Pub lic fVhooIn of MrKpPHDOrt. rtnm iwndnd ti thn fli-hoo! Hoard that they miM i a. in 1 1 nu-riimn m-nnni ruillil Imr unmrwhiTB In the Third wdrit, Mi FftioHii'ir t, win-re all Colored youth miiot attend-thnrn bi-lntf eleven WKnli In (he City of Mrk'ucpnrt, Thia Is Ir. Kiilii-y'n riMnedy for the con rn.ilmn in the ruIhioIm, and to pre vent frlition amiiiii; school children. The Colored oitl-..-n, (julck to re ent mull an Innult at m-KTmratlnn. called a nnma mnoiinir and adopted the followlnir reHoliitinn end had aim mme rorwHiiln.f to tho Hrhool Hoard In-dire ai-tmri I, ml hi-i-n taken on the Dialler by liio Hoard, ASPIRIN Name "Bayer" on Genuine 3 r "Rnver Tablets of Aspirin" is cenuine Aspirin proved wife by millions and nre- aeribed by phyniciuna for over twenty years. Accept only an unbroken "Bayer piicKiiffc whicli contains proper direo- , Te Cntorc-4 itf-is nrr Prrpnrpd, if I lions to' relieve Hendache, Toothache, TTZri. ? '.V"" V",, ':Kn. NenraVia, Hl.eumatiarn, Colds . .... - ... -irU. , it., I J ' . . in I J .... .1 . . 1. A -M , . L ! ' win. iiauui viil UWAVn tit Id lull lets rout few cents. Drupgists alxo sell "iiuyer packacea." Aspirin is mar!; Bayer Manufacture Mono- of At At a noma meeting attended hy lnrfrcr f-r too I'nloicd .-iti7-.'ns and prop- trmli y ewnxr of the City of MrKi-pg. .. T-ori, firlil on Runday afternoon. No viirnhor 14, IS.'O, at tho llethlnliem l.iitijit fhurrh iimliir the aimplona of tho Colored Citizen Welfare I,ea(rie in nil ,v nt-Hmn, l'a., IflO KlIOWInT re- olnionn were uiianiinniialy adopted: Wherean, A revon-.men-Jiitlim haa . heen maile to tho H hool Hoard of th Clly of Mi-Kceport hy tho miper , Ititendent of our oihllo unhoola for the rre'(ton of a email aehool bulld Inir In ho Third ward of our city, where nil Colored youths must at tend; and, Whercim. Hiiih a contemplated, ae tlon la atriilntt the tipint of Ie mooraey, ni;uinnt the aplrlt of the aen, ntalnMt the epirlt of the Cdti entloniil 1n.t 1 1 ul lonn of thl preat omnionwenllh, nuhlnal tha apirlt of tlia law, and not in keeninir with the apirit of Amei Iranlnm; and. W'lierea Our children are Ameri cans hy birth, and by comment of fieir fathers from the Revolutionary War down to tho Int.n war for do nioerHcy. in which haltlo OI,D OfXHY never drooped In (he diiFt while In mooed in their nnhlo hands, and never ahull It. fall In our children's rare si lonir as the true American locum am i.-pheljl; and. Wheriiirt. tho altemol at seB-reirn. tlon ini-ana that our children will be pimneti amite. nnrt their places taken pernnps ny chiictren of otner races 'i iiearta miKht beat true for ao'iiiier -;iuorry; and, Miereai. Koch an action would provd a h.-irdnhip and an lnconvenl enr to our children by traveling lonir diulancea through inclement wcathor, .1.-i.iiin!l-,-.insr their Uvea ernsatnif daiincroon thornuirhfaren and loveHMiiatiiiK aildltlolial experiBO to their parents; renlizlnir atRO that auch a rn.ivenii-iit vion'd not adeipiately form li nil rh training fncilltiea In the s-liool lite of our children, neith er In a (treat measure relieve the conceit ion in our schools; and, WhorriiH. We reirret the occurence . of the eiiithtest friction, on the part' of si hoot children, yet we believa ir.n nnociiy is tn the hand of the temper end principal; 'Ini-n fnre, J:e It Kesolvod. That we, the fathers and mothers of Amerl enn cliitdi-pii, and Colored clti.ens, iif.-lly ocpl'.re denounce and con demn the recommendation made to the Kcluiol HoanJ by our superinten dent of public schools, as ronstttut inir an ni t of tc-rrcK-'r Hnti and dls-c-lioiiiilliin end wo- reHtiectfully re 1'ient nrul h..ie that such a recom- nieiKintn-n will meet the disapproval of the honorable Hoard of Kchool Di-l-eetora of oor oily; 0nfl also He It l-'iirther Resolved. That a ei-t.y of these resolutions be forward- "! ..1",.U,H '-''""l Hoard of the CUy of Mi K ee';port. Itesneetfiilly eithnilt tod. ' ' NIU!KI C1T1ZI0NH . , vv KI.H A I(K I.R lV,Vi C McKHl-:SHOHT. Cr-innilf tc.-t J. W. VValk -r. President. H'-nt-iniin I'tincan, Hecretarv. ('Hotel Nelson, l'aeiel Hot tics. acelicacldestor of iSalicylicacid. with tf(e new administration and un less , they come here with something 'on their minds more Important than etory of David's oJourn in the land of the I'hillatlnea, a scientific know ledge of how to win applause, or 'nitric brow Information on such- sub jects as the Increase and diffusion of "knowledge In rneard tr the n. tine and properties of atmospheric! in uriimrui ion wnn ine weirare of rnan. their bank rolls permit them to be In (his community.- unless, of course, their bank bills permits them to become Identified' with some of the numerous business concerns. The day has passed when a ltetjlster of the Treaxury, a Recorder of Deeds of a Minister to Dehomey can. Imprest the business Washintrtonlnn with his im portance, and It la hoped that the new anminimration will hrlnir with it a few Colored men , of affairs, rather than a bunch of pompous plinrse makers. Tho business element would like to see more of our race appointed to a position In the IJ. 8. Treasury, whether aa Resistor or Bornethln else, that would fit him for the management of a biff trust company or a surely bonding company upon his retirement from office. They want to see appointed a live wire man who will make a connection, while In office, with the blsr financiers rtt tho eountry, and brlnur to the race I the results or his contact, study end experience, Tho producers are tired or seelnir Dltr Joba that could, and should, be turned Into assets for tne entire race thrown away on lit tle men who do not realize the val ue of their opportunities, and whose cntei contribution to the race Is tunc. . icxas lovns. Jik'kitonvIHe, Dec. 2.-rBecaue of the Annual Conference at Taylor, no preachinp services were held at the C. M. K. , Church last Sunday. Mrs. Mary A." Anderson underwent an operation hut is now up and at work again. Ruth lodge paid her benefits of $19.00. Mrs. Mollle Du- bervillfii ulnce returning from the sanitarium at Dallas. is now improv- ' itiff. Mr. liawrenre Grafts is also Improving. Our new preacher has not arrived yet. The Dallas .Exprrss will be found at Jim McCec's .Bar bershop every Saturday. A.M'.w r;it(irp ov nCK I, F Au las 11 C API'I'AU - Hy CILA11LE3 E. ITAHL.) Wfishine-fnn, Iec. i. The Incorpo ration, laet week. If the Prudential H'tnk.. a commercial and sav Intra In fOft. m,. with a ciii.ltalbntton of I DiirKiti n.nd the iucrporntion of to Kliindiird invent ment. snd Develop ment Company, for J1M.I.'"0 pave tfte mi-iiihera I' oui- proup 111 (he rli tit. ( cf .-liinihia a total of IS r friliv (irnmln-il corporations with ' 1 ' i " f i:f: .'ite Ciinitaii'.ation of Included in thin .:t Is a hnte! and i-1 - ' ment tiitusM timtiositlon, two - h. h l-iooin f;i"io-v. two iHiiiid- ' 'n ions, a fariu- i i .-.( : - : r.-i I -i,- coniPhnv. a. i i- ; i !-.'- i KTU, a H'o ln.Muranco : ' un". ,1. I! ':i!'ti ci-r i-iiTfii ion.- ai .1 ci'M -1. t ( -.- c.v'ii-'r voli'p.Me, - - - . '1 i'ii-M.ni-iit ( (Icvi-'O-J -' -v t..i.l nv'-'i: purchoM-j I "i -;; for j 1 :m t- :i) in ( lie - . . - :i ..)' ti.e i;:.-iiin si-ctlfn,! ii i .ite iiinl. K S.---H-1M 1 i-ill. I M ti 1--. c.-I .--,i e ' iiio nrv-111! I i ,-:-..,-i v -,.. i-nt por-i ' ' - - - i i i 1 1 e m y I iiany i . i- . .v.. rrc.lt- Hi 1 li. :-,n Trafme, Dec. 2 The T. C. B. C wet in a call meeting Suturday nlRlit with President W. V, Williams pre siding with a full corps of officers. Collection $31. Paid for sick $6.00. Rev. W. A. Alexander of Palestine preached at First Baptist Church in South Teasue three nights. Sun day school was well attended at the First Baptist Church Sunday. Vis itors in town: Rev. W. O. Daniels, Rev. It. D. Daniels, J. J. Johnson. Mr. S. A. Andrews and Mrs. Ludia Jones are sick. Messrs. W. W. Wil liams, Sam King-, Joe Dotson, Richard Lace returned from Houston Wed nesday. Miss I. V. Garrett bas begun teaching as an ann'cUnt in the look er T. Wa:-!hlllRtnn l!lj:h Kchool. Rev, Holmes, Joo Johnson, W. Vr. William!!. Mrs. R. R Lewis will leave Thurs day for Kirvln to attend the Lebanon Asso:li;tir.n District Sunifay School Hoard. Uov. It. D. Datum preach d R nohie pennon at the First Enn tiRt church in South Tencuo. Mr. it. )l. Brewer itnd Mrs. ISrown were at clmrch Sunday. Mrs. Mat.tie Thomns !aa retttviK-ii from Houston. Mrs. .H'Msip ('(iinmel of Oairwood is vis iimir lit-r nick futlier. Mrs. Mamie !(-. rl vi-illfn? In r rt'Lther, Mrs. I .mi l.,i.-,yM-.. I-Mii-,,-. -,-iiui, have nil eve fin .li- and rimm have a simrie ! ' vc. but yon oil to lor.lt at the! , I " ; i ! w!Ci jm'U eyes. I Still Have a Chance To Help It Along SOME HAVE MADE A FLYING START ' -1 THE PRIZE OF PRIZE WINNERS The books are closed for listing contestants. Thirty have been listed and already they are working manfully for the palatial "Cadillac 8V and and the other BIG prizes which are be-ing offered in the Dallas Express Prize .'-' Contest. - i 1 It may be tKat you,. Reader, had intended to enter this contest. It may be that you "intended" to try to win one of these wonderful prizes but now it is too late. Your chance is gone. It strikes us though that you may have a friend in the running. If so, ,why hot win by proxy? Why not help your friend to win and thereby get pleasure for yourself out of his success? , ' ' " ; In all sections of Texas, the public is anxious to read the "Dallas Express" because of the peculiar and singular pleasure experienced from its Distinc tive Service." ' .. " - : ' It fills a long felt want in the appetite of the'progressive public. There are many in your town who want it. : Why not take their subscriptions for your friends? , We know that there are such people in your town. We judge by the fact that we receive subscriptions e? week, unsolicited, from people who hav e long been anxious to take the "Dallas Express" but who have not known how to go about it, ; : ' ' When you put such people in touch with this fast growing and altogether satisfying publication you are doing both a personal and public service. When one who has never read it before reads the "Express," he im-1 mediately realizes that he has found acreditable storehouse of information and a never ending source of inspiration. He is helped. t ' ' When he is helped, the public is helped because he attpnee tends to be come a more progressive, courageous citizen and race man.. i . : Why not dd it? Can't you see that it is your duty thus ; to help your friends and neighbors?' . j If you know of a town to which the "Express" does not go, put us in touch with it. ; If you have, a friend in the contestand other friends who do not subscribe for the "Express" get them for your contestant friend and make him win. This contest will be marked by hard work and hard fought victory. And the victors will be rewarded by prizes, the like of which have never been seen in Texas before. v ?, ' We will publish the standing f- the contestants each week. Some partial ' returns are already in. ' , ' ' ;; , Watch this space for developments. The contestants' as they now stand arc; i LIST OF CONTESTANTS Mrs. Lj M. Bates Dallas. Mrs. ,1. D. Dickson Gilmer. Mr. Jodie Deveraux Italr. . - t Mr. Oi Ashton ;Rice. Mrs. t A,' B. Fields Dallas. . Dr. D. W. Shields Dallas. Mr. Norman Woods Dallas. Mrs. Beatrice Wade Wichita Falls. Mr. S.,E. Gabriel Hemphill. Mrs. R. ' B. Williams Independent Mr.R. lh Hicks Center Mr. James M. Jackson Prairie View. ,Mr. Ervln Marshall Oakwood. Mr. HA17 Lee Glen Flora.. Mr. Arthur J. Sykes Sherman. Mrs. L. A. Wallace Clarksvllle. Mrs. H. Morean Dallas.; Mr. Noah Williams Rosser. . . Mrs. Mary Comming Bellville. Mr.- J. H. Heads Richardson. Mts. D D. Kelly Dallas. .Mrs..Mlra Hervey Quitman. r Mrs. Julia Whl te--Longvlew. .'Mrs.' L. A. Pierce Jacksonville. Mrs. Clarena Young Dallas. . Mrs. W. E. Harris Dallas. . Mr. A. B. Alexander Mineral Wells. Mr. A. D. Steward Dallas . " , Mr. T. S. Phillips Itasca. Mrs. Delia Klmbrough Ladonla. Dallas Express Contest Rules 1. This contest will. open Sept. 10, 1920, and close Dec. 24, 1920. . 2. All . contestants must register their names, and addresses at THE DAL LAS EXPRESS Office not later ', than Sept. 25. No entrant will be listed later. 3. The prizes will be awarded ac cording to the highest number of votes received by the contestants. 4. Votes will be listed according to the number of .subscriptions' to THE DALLAS EXPRESS received and turned in at our office. 5. , Votes will be counted as fol lows:.'. . 1 year's subscription to the "Express" 1,000 votes 6 months' subscription to the "Express" 500 votes 3 months subscription to the , "Express" 300 votes No subscriptions will be taken for a period of less than 3 months. 6. Subscriptions must be turned in tlFAA yccivijr ai uui unite, inai mey may oe counted and the standing of the. con testants published in every current is sue of paper - V 7. Pm7PS Will Kf awarrWI fn Ko persons getting the highest number of votes.". ; -' 8. The prizes will be as follows to the 1 st , hichest over 250,000 votes, Cadillac 8 touring. u , To the 2nd hichest over 250.000 V.' V , -V v w votes, big Diamond Ring. 1 ' -Substantial cash! Drizes 1 will he awarded all contestants in proportion to ,i . i. t i .i i i . ine resuiis wnicn iney produce, it they fail to win' the big prizes. -' Begin, today to get in the came and Win. Subscriptions now selline: 1 Year $3.00 h Months ... . . . . .f . 1.50 , 3 'Months ' 1.00. XX Write Now For Subscription Order Pads Kill That Cold With CASCARAF FOR ' - Colds, Conghs J TOMVv QUININE AND. La Grippe Neglected Colda are Dangerous ' Take no dbaneea. Rsep this standard nmtdy handy for the first I Breaks up a cold In 24 hoora RtllsvM Oripp In 3 daya Excellent for Headache ' , Quinine to this form does not affect the head Caacara la beet Tonic Laxative No Opiate In Hill'a, ' ' . . - m ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT Reginald Cocca Edm ffnci ice's 0r!t?J tJair Crwtr If you wont LCfiU onrt ItEAUTIFTTl, HAIR tkr 03 i-hi.ncra, but uce Kl-.r,IN-ALL COCOA 11ALM, the moet WONDliB KUIi diicoveiy of tin cue. Thin lialr ffrowr has enual. It clvnms the ccalt) of dnlrurr, iitupi ltchinK, t.)pt the hair from falling uut nj breakim' olT, aiil mnkui It K1-OV7 Junj, etiuitiiit onii beau, tiful. - RKCINAI.L COCOA BALM ha boen irlvinir Drittt:t Bnthtfactlon for more thai) fifteen yuurn. Kvery box Guarnntwil. By usimi thin wonderful hair p rower, in a hurt time you will be ablo to do up your hair in any atyle you wbh. This utrower hae lurceednl where all othera have failed, BEG1NALL SKIS FOOD AND WHIjENEH tt keeps the skin brautlful and (rood Jooklnu. It is a beautifying aalve to keep the skin smooth, fair and bright. It U a harmless eleanslnn preparation for Imper. fections, tans, blackhcadi, ecxema, trttcir. pimples, sunburns ami rins-a-omu. Thou sands of satisfied customers nra using- it daily with perfect results. Good font by mail on reeelnt of prl-e. tr. i n u l ,11 A.M Revlnall iliin Food ad-f WhlteaertM Untlnall Sunrem Viwini'6aZ."!so . ' . Bt-ginall Toilet 8op i!Se TOR 8AI.K fcVERYWITERE. DHUflGISTS AND AGENTS. 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