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THE DALLAS, EXPRESS, DALLAM. TEXAS, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 17, 1081.
PARR RRVF.H. AMONG EVENING CHAPEL C. CHURCH. M. E. Tho Tiovfvnl t Evenlner Chanel ' C. M E church has proven to be , one of the greatest events of this! nature pulled off in the history of this church, with overflowing con. ereeations each meetintr. The meet- lnp has been blessed to make several additions to the various churches of the city, with 45 new members for the church and about half this num ber are for baptism t"i v t Thn ovonoiiat has been at his best since In our dence of Miss E. Winn on Hora midst, holding a congregation of St., Monday wrnlr.f? from 450 to 600 people. On Sun. Progressive 600 was played, day afternoon at 4 p. m a special The sues of honor were Miss lecture for men was conducted and M. S. Mansfield Mrs L. C. Morgan there were about 300 men of all Mrs. W. B. Manack, Mrs- Luclle ages present and enjoyed the sub. Lan,e- . , . j Ject, "The Duty of Man" Sunday Refreshments: Ice cream and night many were turned away on nut cakes were served. The club account of no available space. Tues- I then disbanded. Everyone express, day night was the largest crowded themselves as having spent a since the progress of these meet. Ings. A real old resting match took place In front of the alter with only a few smiles to be seen. on.-. I. l - itude" Thrrpose was''tol.l,us: fi. Ma fflvf 'BPlltir .Tarnh" the logic In his sermon brought shouts from the saints in the audience. There will be a special lecture to women Sunday afternoon. All wom en are requested to attend, quite a deal of good can be derived from these sermons. . Dr. K. J. Johnson was called to UTnwh TUniIn.)Djflv at 11 nVlnplr ' .' o,i r r ! ...in n m Cnurch I He returned ' 0 his 'post- i niV. We thank the people of i E. .L"" . ,:;7n ; the meetings. And ak that you con-I tlnue with us through the meet ings. Rnv. A. F. Johnson, pastor. O. W. Johnson, Rreporter. H. Rid dle .secretary. SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH. unday School was well attended ! J'? Y. W. A Tuesday night Sep. i the usual large attendance. Ultember 20. 1921 Everybody is In S with t ,:,"", Th pastor being fatigued after a trip " "d Bookmanvllle Texas Fare and much rest broken. Tho young. ?5 cents roup trip. Augustus Slat ministers text was from John 3:1. lr- president Willie Mae Ware, He preached a noble sermon. The ; secretary, L. T Brown, d.rectress. B. Y. P. U. rendered an excellent: nPTIST PHIWH program. They are putting on new j MT- ROSK "ArT1ST CHltH. life. Night service conducted by ; ... . . . , Se pastor, whose text was from ' Kev; " nnbeing 1t f Mark 6:26, subject. "A Drunken the city, visiting the National Con. K?ng . Dancing gir and a preju. Nf " ?'J"!' fv- wmn M n Tlllhrow Pnfu rTu" ' , "l-r;; tor; M. Hawkins, Reporter. ST. PAUL M. E. CHURCH. Sunday School was well attended. At 11 a. m.. Dr. J. W. Weakley preached an instructive and heart searching sermon. Subject: Three Resolutions" Mical 7-6. At 6:30 p. m Devotional services by the Ep- worth League, conducted by League j-resment, mr. n. n.. wwmin. vi 8 p. m our pastor preached a great sermon. Don't forget the ladies aid rallv September 25th. REV. J. W. WEAKLEY, Pastor. MISS S. L. JONES, Reporter. PRINCESS ART CLUH. The Princess Art Club met Thurs day evening at the home of Mrs. W.-r'tini'.ton, 1707 Hall St., after a pleasant hour of work. The hos. tess gave the club a surprise party just returned from an extended trip through Colorado. The president presented to the club a Golden Nlckle to be left with each lady Persona Miss Dorothea Helena Patterson, stenographer for the Exrress, haB returned after a week'B stay in Aus- tin. Miss Patterson states that much damage was done in that section by the cloudburst and floods or last week. She left Austin Monday night making a detour which delayed her arrival In Dallas unitl late Tuesday evening. j 4vM1L8, ?CStrv,1Ce, "rvm teac!,e of the High School, has returned from a three months' stay in Boston and other e"tem points. i Mr v...vd Rosb left Wednesdav night for Howard University. ! Miss Norene Sanders will leave Sundav for Wllberforce University of which she is a student- Mrs. Lena Hicks of Marshall has Joined the army of Dallas Express her little son 'of Nashville, Tenn., readers. Mrs. Hicks desires to keep are in the city visiting Mrs. Llving up with what her race is doing- j ston's father, Mr. M. L. Gaines, 2506 Miss R. Ventress left Monday for j Trinidad Street, her school at Holly Spi'ngs, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar White, 2510 Misses Douglas and Osa Mae I Trinidad, and Mr. and Mrs. A- B. Brown, 404 Avant street visited tho j Gaines motored Wednesday afternoon Northwestern District Association at to Tyler. Fort Worth last week. I .Miss Hattie Frazier. 3105 State Mrs. C. C. Johnson, 3612 Thomas ' Street, will leave Sunday for Mar Ave., is reported very sick. They! shall. Miss Frazier has accepted a wired her mother at Pittsburg, Tex- position in the office of S. S. Reid, as, last Saturday morning to come Grand Secretary of the International at' once. i Order of Twelve and will resume her Mrs. J. H. Hlnes of Waco Is in .new duUes immediately, the city visiting. While here she' is Mrs. Annie Gaines, 2506 Trinidad, . . .... ... A-tllll 1- 11.. T" .. 1 1 .. T, 1 r. ,. .nni..-u a guest Ol 1H. uuu nil,. m v. . . Henderson, 3608 Thomas Avenue. Mrg. Margaret M- Briscoe, ner ii daughters, Misses Mamie end Wllllo her home at Denton, after a few Mae, and little Miss Esther Broom-1 days visit with Miss. B. A. Jordan field 2107 and 2105 Clark street were : n Cochran street visitors in Fort Worth last week. Mrs.Bruce R. Etter of Detroit They report having had a delightful j Mich., is still in the city. She is trlp : a former Dallasite and her frlen ls Misses Dftsie and Alll Shelby of here are giving her an arousing Brenhnm, Texas, are visiting In the i welcome while here, city and are guests of Mrs. A. B. I Mjgg H j jor(mn who has bem Wright- ill at her home in Cochran street Mr. J. A. Poole of Denisnn, Texas. ithe ,agt four wechs ls 4mpr0ving. widely known throughout the state i Mr A R Alexander. 3411 Thomas politically and a cnse friend 'aVeniie, was somewhat alarmed this deceased Fidltor -V. K. King, is in j wpek over tne fact tnat n1s wlfe the cltv. aceornpn'eA v Mlrs N''r and three children were visiting in Bunkley. a verv charming yonrig lady Austin, near the storm strlckencd of D-nion. Thev are attending trie ; rpa Rn(, of Wg falIure to hear from State Grand I-odge of Golden Chn n tnem ,ed hm to beileVe something of Wrld br a delegnte and nei-j L,,, nave happered But from all r.nn. Mr. Poo'e was the Ktiest oi indications they appear to be safe. ... ..H Mr T- B. Wallace while , ... -.--j was-ona husv intbec'tv. Miss Bi-nkiey Is stopping V.th Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Claiborne. '"'CHURCHES that entertains until the next meet ing. Mr. S. M. Brown, Bpent a few minutes with the ladies, all were highly pleased to have him present, After a delicious three course luncheon was eagerly devoured, we were adjourned to meet with Mrs. - urown, 4au( Dllcov. MRS. LOVE, President. MRS. BROWN, Reporter. THE RECREATION CLUB. The Recreation club had its closing entertainment at the resi- very pleasant summer. Hello! Who Is calling? Why, It is the city wide B. Y. P. U., con ..111, . T? ,,,! (lUeBL Lllttl 111V c 13 Willi Lin; Baptist church Sunday September 18. 1921, at 3:30 p. m. Every B. Y. P. V., General Baptist Convention of Dallas and their friends are re. quested to be present. L. R. Cor nelius, president; O. S. Barnes, sec retary. The winner say Juvenile No.. 11, of I he Loyal Friends of America will meet at their hall 2413 1-2 Elm Btreet, next Tuesday evening, September 20 at 4 p m. Their reg- 'Ular meeting days are the 1 and 3 Tuesday evenings of each month. Clomotene na. J! tron, Ida Mae Thomas, secretary, T. ". mother matron MT. ROSE BAPTIST CHURCH Y. W. A. An automobile excursion will be given under the auspices of the Mt vited to ride. Stops will be: viz. Williams. Texas. Crawfordville, Ho "" veuey, piencueu m m uiuwi- ling and evening services. He also. attended the funeral Sister L. L. (Nathen) Brown. Before the fun- I oral nrnnoaalnn rpnrhnH trio phlirnri tnere wag not a Btandlng room. Sis- (er Br0wn was one of the oldest menlberg 0f Mt. Rose, she was faith, fll, and aiways at ner po8t Df auty whPn neaith permitted. She was a men,ber of A. O. O. P. and dau- Khter8 0f Tabor, of which she was n act(Ve H. P., and was Queen Mother of one of the Royal Fam ily lodges and was buried honor from all three departments. There were resolutions from the church, Mrs. Willie Voss, W. H. M. S-: solo, Mrs. Ruth Sims Mot ley. Resolutions from Starlight bund, II. Y. P. V., . W. A. Trof. S. R. Newsom, Mrs. A. P. Hampton, Mr and Mrs. Johnson of Ft. Worth, were in attendance at the funeral. Collection $23.00 liich was taken for traveling ex. pense of Rev. Kelly who came from New Orleans, La., to preach the funeral. Mrs. P. W. Tucker of Holly Springs, Miss., Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ventress in Cochran St.- Mrs. Dean Rowell and daughter, Delia. Mrs. H. S- Thompson and Mrs. Chase-Harris returned Thursday Sept. 8, fr0m Los Angeles. California, They were absent from the city two months. Mrs. Sallie Else, 2523 Trinidad street, is at home after spending spending Bevt.ra, u , Ter,!el, vlss n'ome j0,kg Mrs- C. H. Wright, 1021 Hawkins, returned Monday from a visit to Kansas City. Chicago. New York and Boston- She was accompanied by i Mrs. Gracio Wilron. Mrs. Georgia Mae Livingston Rnd 3 aiuuiis iuo utuiaa m-vu, ton ituuim who han been ill and haj recovered Miss Marie Lambert returned to tnpBe dayg carrylng wnter fuel to jDal,n8 MWti Buy jtow. children. Dr. J-. H. WinnT pastor; J. L. Winston, clerk; Mrs. J. H. Winn, planiBt; O. B. Claiborne, Ch. D. D.; George W. Williams, B. Mayfield, Mrs. Jennett Wllborn-Brooks, pub licity commltttee. Mrs. Annie Dawson, of Denver, Colo.,-formerly of this city is home again on business. Mrs. Dawson among other Danasites left in early Spring for the West to live after clearing up some business she will return to former home at Denver, Colo. couxrn, of parents and TKACHTRS. MEKT. The City Council of Parents and Teachers met on Saturday Sept. 10th winding up the normal work that has been conducted by the Council. The little tots' exercices were very amuseing- Every thing was wound up with a success. Much credit is due Mrs. S. A. Fox for her faithful ness and the interest manifested by her during these three hot summer months, and also her assistants. The purpose of the Council is tr prepare teachers for kindergarten work; and when they have received their diploma by Miss Druew (white) after six months course, they will be recognized in any part of the state. Those who have taken the course this summer are: Misses C'orie Cul ton, Oak Cliff; Thcorria Jackson. Queen City; Roberta McCruder Queen City; Ila Walker, Whentley Place; Thursda Hall. North Dallas: Mrs. Mollle Belle Alford. North Dal las. The president urges every mother who thinks she will he Interested ir such work to meet with the Council which will he meeting at the different City Schools. 2nd and 4th Tucsdnyr at 3:00 o'clock. Mrs A''m. H. ANDERSON. Pres. Mrs- GEORGIA WTT.UAMS. VU-o Mrs. E. A. JACKSON. Treasurer. Miss ROBERTA MeGRUDER. Pe MltS. McMILLIAXS SCHOOL WILT. OPEN SOOX. Mrs. E. C. McMillans' Kinderpnr. ten and Primary School will open September 19, 1921. Miss-Arline Edwards, Crockett, Texas, is visiting her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. E. H .... . Mr. M. H. Ballard, of Waco, Tex. as, was In Dallas, Friday, Septem ber 9, and called by the Express office. He Is traveling In Interest of the young men's athletic club of Waco. And is looking for contes. tants for the Cotton Palace. Prof. W. M. Caldwell, formerly of Palestine, is now making Dallas his home. He is working for the Golden Rule of The World in the capacity of Supreme Auditor, with office headquarters at 2211 1-2 Elm street. Prof. Caldwell is a ripe bcholar and a teacher of many years' experience. We are glad to welcome him as a resident of this city. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Henderson, 3 0 .S Thomas avenue, entertained 30 little girls and boys Sunday, Sept 11 in honor of their daughter, VI. vlan Lorraine, who was 3 years old. The evening was spent on the lawn, and there were many games played, which amused all present. Miss Alberta Thomas, Hallville street, who has been spending the summer at Galveston is at home again. She also visited relatives and friends in Waco, on her re turn home. Miss Thomas reports having a delightful trip. Mrs. V. T. Tubbs, 1015 Liberty street, is among the many new bud sribers of the Dallas Express. Mrs. Denia Tavie, who has been seriously ill at her home in Thorn, as avenue for several weeks, is rapidly improving. Buy It now subscribe for it it is your paper, the Dallas Express Was forty cents, now 20 cents. Get in on the new offer. Have y'ou thought of your winter fuel? Better think now. Buy your wood and coal to-day neighbor. Have you been caught in the Dal las Express subscription net? If you haven't, better look out. Your subscription Is due. Please be prepared to meet the circulator. CARD OF THANKS. We wish to thank our family physician, Dr. B. E. Howell for his splendid service during illness of our daughter, who was seriously burned recently. Signed: MR. and MRS. L. C. BLACK, 1023 N. Central. iiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiii'iiiiDiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiuiiiaiiiiiii'i 3 KIDDIES CORNER. iiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiuiDiiiiiiiiiiiiDiiiHiiiiiiiaiiiiiuiiiiiDiiiiiii "Early to bed and early to rise Make men healthy, wealthy and wise." To school my young lad Mcnday morning, public schools of the city will open another term of work for the kiddies will com. mence. Mothers, why not encourage your boys to work. This department of. fered a prize of one dollar for the best essay on why "Every Negro family should read the Dallas Ex. press" last week and "up to this now not a single reply has been forthcoming. Well, we know that one dollar ls not much money, but in offering It we felt that it was a task for the young mind that would eventually give great inspir ation for further activities along other lines. We would be glad to enlist your boy In the contest. One hundred and fifty words are the limit. If you are not interested In him do not Bend in his name. Ruby Burnlce Walton, 2815 State street entertained Sunday af. ternoon from 2 to 7 P- m., many of her little friends. The affair was given In honor of her olevtnth birth day- She was presented a beautiful F. I. S. COLLEGE, NEAR LADONIA, TEXAS. The Home-Like School. $87.50 pays for the entire session tendance.. Why Pay More? Students grade. A great school for children Ideal place ior your ooy ana gin free from the noise, dirt and physical and moral drawbacks of the city. For circular oi imormnuoii auuress u. u. B.iuiti, i-reswieni, on N. 4 til St. Waco, Texas, until Oct. 5th after that Wolfe City, care P. I S. College. wardrobe trunk by her father. Send ua your news of the little ones. Master Stanley Moore, son of Prof, and Mrs. J. w. Towns, re- turned home last Monday evening from Prairie View College, where ho ho hn ttpndinir summer school. Stanley finished the auto- mechanics course and is now ready to take up his subjects in the high Junlor yfar in the Colored High School. ! Little Ohpeous Anderson of j Wheatley Place celebrated his third blrjji day at his home, Friday, Sept. 9th at 4 p- m., with a nost of lit tle mates. It being his rirst time to celebrate a birthday, he hardly realized wnat was Happening, jiuw, ever a happy evening was spent with ' the little ones. A cherry drink ana cream and cake were served the guests. OAKLAND, CALIF. Oakland, Cal., Sept. 15. (Special . mt vwvei st .intin'R Tnti. tutional Baptist Church, corner 32nd Wet Coast of Africa. Points at'; The Western Mutual Fire Insur and Linden streets, during the past which stops will be made are Ca- ance Company is located at 714 Haw- month has been the scene of a "'"' """w, kins street in me woonmans omce larte out pouring of both white and Freetown, Sierra Leone, Monrovia, wlth J. J. Fowler as Supervisor. Colored people who have crowded , Libera, Grand Bassa Cape Palmas HMt. it. f ihia Rnarlnns edifice ,he Bermuda Islands. , -,, . , " . 7 ?niJ Billv SuZy" th i Special invitation has been ex-' The Kilns IIotel-Everythtag newly 0.h, T mJ Rev?vaMst whow real te nded the tourists to he the gue.U furnished-nice cool, comfortable noted fegro Revivalist whose real government at its rooms. Convenient to all the Col name is R;"r- J-"l.d0 h'Trnile li.vh b,t and Convocai-.A of orcd Bath Houses and handy place l'herson. of Aust in, Texas it has f()r a fflf th(, tran n ,2.50 b7, MTJ T M S hm 'r"vi. Ller a December 2 to per week. Room and Board 8.00 not less than 10,000 people have w(jek w FIIAS Manager, heard this great Evangelist who i ; ' . , . . st Marlil Texns. has tne unique uuuv..iui. : nreaching to the largest mixed au- preacnint, io h ,.,.,. .- diences ever biouM ,0f ' this section It is an unnsal sight to see" hundreds of the leading wnue people rushing to get seats at every service in order to hear this re. markable gospel preacher as he pro claims the old story on the Power of the New Life in Christ Jesus. At business i meeting of the church, a business meeuiiB ". ....-'. Mistness meeting ui ic i....v.., unanimous call to the pastorate was . r - Til. nrhn aftar extended ur. otciucibuu, nuv. many years General Evangelist, de cided to re-enter the Pastorate ac cepted the same and. will take up his residence here. The officials have already "tinder plans for a great financial drive, to put in operation a real Institutional church, with free employment and intelli gence bureau, to look after the In terest of the thousands of new comers who are arriving daily, and he aims to make the church a great religious and social center; the coming of Dr. McPherson, means much to the religious forceB of our Croupe on the Pacific coast, already a new Impetus is felt among the Christian workers. Prof. Thomas B. Henry, has accepted tne pogmuu of Musical Director, will train a large Jubilee Chorus which will be, one of the attractions of the s bun. day evenings services. The officials of St. John are being compliment- ed on their foresight me service m ,,u cu.,v... - to pastor their church. Among the stuaenis mu a. i- i890 md married to Mr. T. J. Up tending the inivers. ty of Ca if- dilck, Aprii 25. 1008. She leaves a nia, is Harry t;-. wnue . o ma, 18 Marry v.. l Texas, he is taking the pre. Kg tne pre.meu., course, he was iormeny "i course, he was formerly I'niversltv. Raleigh, N. C. MISS P. M. r.lHOll, iciuinc, i . . . i . . 1 . . ..1 Tavi a ' a n 1 wnnrtward Austin. r...' "u'.r. nrminent teachers 1 r.ttB uum i" n tne scnoois oi mw v State are visitors here. The General Baptist Association of Northern California, will hold Kh"tr.UrS rZlwS visiting Rev. and Mrs. J- B. Fra this oromises to be one of the great. ; ... est gatherings of the year among' - v-hiihibiou ieii lues f.. S . niHn state. ay for a two weeks' visit in Marlin, me Diiiiin". , con,pranled by their 'daughter, ' Miss V L Thomas, of Houston. Texas, were' pleasant visitors here. Mr Thomas, is a veteran railroad man. The Monster Protest Mass meet. ing held some weeka ago at the Municipal Auditorium, when thous- anrts of brother white and Colored peome were thrill "y the fiery eloquence of "Black Billy Sunday" as he tore into the Exhibitors of the Clansman, that In dif lance 'of nnhlle oninlon had secured a tern- ,. rPatralnine order against the Chief of Police and was showing at a local play house. "Black Billy" stirred public interest and won the support of hundreds of the leading white people until Chief of Police h ,. r.itv Attorney, have now an ordinance with teeth in It that will prevent the Clansman and any such prejudice pictures from being exhibited here. TROF. J. T. STARKS R'STIRNS. Prof. J- P. Starks returned Sunday from an extended trip to Denver and other points In the West. While in Denver, he had the pleas ure of visiting many former Dallas- i ,.mnv fnrmr TV- ant Tmong them Mr'. W.'Tl. Phoenix . . . n 1 . . V n tinuA n 1 1 and Mr. a. uonieiH, "- i--chased beautiful homes and are prospering- Buy your winter fuel now, neigh bor. GOLDEN TONIC (The Wonder) DR. LINK MEDICINE CO, For Indigestion, Biliousness, Constipation, and Malaria. Now ls he s'ckly season. Take Golden-Tonic and keep wetl Price $1.00. Call it your druggist if they haven't it end to u for it. 2 ounce samp! nut free to any who haven't use-! , nVen-Tnn'c. I Wp have hundreds of testimon-! inls from sick who have been cured, j Glad to send them to any who. wishes to read them. 305 South Ervay St. ' Dallas, Texas. 9-S-tf for board, tuition, and medical at- accepted who have passed the 5th from the fth to the 12th Grade. An neaunrui, ueauuiuny tocaiea, ana 9.17-tf AFRICAN TOURISTS MAK 1W DDCD ADA TTfllUC ClD U1U f JALf rtlUi 1 J TUR twinm Iftlf. Plans for an extensive tour of African colonies and the Republic u"la UI T y. President King, are in their final stages according to the report ot ?r- ?; w- Ablngton In charge of "s1"1"11"1 " More than fifty persons fn Texas have signified an interest In the trip and are rapidly making their reservations for bertha, etc. The trip, arranged by the Amerl. can-African Tourists Comoanv will be made on the steamship Tunisian, 1 a vessel or iu,70U tons owned Dy the Canadian Pacific O. S. Lted. The entire ship has been chartered to convey the party which will num. ber about 300 persons from all Pal 'Amerlca- . , . j The Itinerary of the cruise has, oecn so arranged as to allow ior stops at all points of interest on the ! w ., .lstor of St Jatros 'n'r-on. pastor or ht. jair.es lemi.Ie is in charge of registrations for the Texas district, THE WILEY SPECIAL For the accomodation of students rom Oklahoma and East Texas the! I WIT.FV sprpiat. win i vt l , r. . .T. . " "r1ALl wl". leave . Worth Monday, morning at 7:30 and Dallas at 8:30 attached to Tex as and Pacific Train No. 6, and run through to Marshall, without change Pupils may be able to board the SPECIAL en route. Mr. Alger Bos well, 1201 East 9th St., will have charge. 9.17-2t i 0RT 0! Ml A- .W0BTK PYirt Wnrth Torf.io it ino-i Mrg Nann(e y Updacki the wjff, of T j Updack n20 Hllmbolt st died Sunday mol.ning Sept 4th n21 , at 7M, ft m . ' ! Mrs. Nannie V. Brown-Updack was , t)0rn , t;repnvjIo County. N. C. May n 188S Came to Texag , Texas in husband, .mother. Mrs. S. A. Tvson of Waxahachie. Texas- .later. Mm VU;a pi.ii..n mis k ..f ,. Eliza Robinson, 1016 Humbolt street: . brothers, Messrs. Sam Moses and r e 11, . .. , ,"'"" ' "l " axanaciiie, 1 exas, n"a no8t ot fiends to mourn her Inst ti... i i Iretnrnert fmm timir vhi f " Y1...1 , "r " Zr" L Tevna Hon. Wm. M Mc Donald spent a few days on the sl k list, but is able to be out at present. -rmVKS ' IAKI Of llIAkS- Fort Worth Texas Sept. IS. 1921. We wish to thank he many friends, Ushers nd Usheretts Club of Mt. Gilead Baptist Church for their tribute of respect shown during the Illness and death of our beloved wife, daughter and sister, Mrs. Nan- nie V. Updack T. J. UPDACK, Husband TYSON. Waxahachie. Texas, Bros. Waxnharhle. Texas. Mrs- ELIZA ROBINSON. Sister. Messrs. WILLIE. SAM and MOSES TYSON, Waxahachie, Texas. gtUStKES WHITAKER'S CAFE AND LADIES DINING ROOM Polite Attention Call our Rent Cars Quick Service Day and Night. FNfiS WHITAKER Prnn I 2415 ELM ST , V J - V v CLASSIFIED "AUS." For Rent Furnished Front Room. Apply at 2430 Clark Street 9-17-lt. 60 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR. We pay biggest commission for selling QUIWO. "Best by Test," toilet articles. Goods guaranteed. No money required. Agents wanted, wVoVno" Dept., B.' NaBhWHe. Tenn 9-10.tf REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. j nnve tnree four roora house8 for sale newly repaired with modern conveniences on State Street car Utia Pnov forma A tow fhnin lnfn ' T left for sale In Magnolia Addition- InveBtieate our Home-bulldlng nlan. li. K. tiEOKliE, Boom 212 Pythian Temple, Phone 1 4JtMi. ni7i For high-grade Jewelry re- pairing, try Dn. ROGER'S, Repair Department. 834 No. Central Ave. Hours 1 p. m. to 5:30 p. m. 8-20-4t. We furnish on credit a supply of thlrty.lve guaranteed toilet artl- , d medlcIne8 t0 worthy men d women t8 Write MRS. MINNIE MEYERS, Room 7 Odd Kellows Building, Memphis, Tenn. f0r our proposition today, 9.3-tf i.Ts MK T H Mil RS H"W. It U. UHUUU. Teacher of PIAKO and VOICR IMlONIi: Y 605 . ; 7-30-4t Wanted Job Printer and Lino- t Operator, or one who can serve ('c"r ,,0jn THE TOPEKA PLAIN DEALER, M unnuoa 8.27.4t. 9-10-4t. I'ROFKSSIONAL. W. D. JAMES, NOTARY PUBLIC Park Theatre Building 424 N. Central Ave. i noiieH: Office Y B531 Res. H. 5802 8-20-tf F. S. RODGERS, Opt- 1. Specialist, Correction of eye "fects with properly fitted glasses. Oi'iicc: Central Ave, at Boll St. Hours: 1:00 to 5:30. 8-13-12t. R. E. Ii. HOLIiAND, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Office 1800 JackBon Street Res. 3305 Thomas Avenue Office Phone Y-6144 Res. Phone H. 7132 Office Hours: 8:30 to 10:30 a. m. 3:00 to 5 p. m. Dallas, Texas 6.25-tf A. S. WELLS, Attorney and Councillor at Law 206 Pythian Temple Dallas, Texas. 12-4-521 Dr. E. T. Hamilton, Physician and Surgeon. Room 215 Pythian Temple, ..... 1 ..n . OOn ri-tanmaa A A bKnnu . (0flce y 6844. reBiaence H. 4027; Office hours: 10 a. m. to 12 m.; I te 6 p. m.; 7 to 8:30 p. m., Dallas, Texar 11-8-tl Dr. Lytle Veterinary Surgeon en animals of all kinds. Offloe at Peo- 1 . ...... . . . pies unoeriaing company, xiv n Pearl street. H.urs from I a. m., to 6 p. m. X 1296, residence 3928 Willow street, Dallas, Texas. 7-29-tf DR. J. G. HARDIN, MEDICINE AND SURGERY, -OBSTETRICS Officn 818 1-2 Burbon St 9 A. M. to 11 A. M. 3 P. M. to 6 P. M. 7 P. M. to 9 P. M. Phones Office Y 5703 Res. Y 28-10 12-2 5-1 2 1 DR. L E. WARD, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON PYTHIAN TEMPLE, PHONES: Y 5537 RES. X 1901 DR. J. HORACE DODD, Physician and Surgeon, Office 2004 William!) and Henri Streets, Near Ford Building. Offlo Phone Y 1623 Resilience Prone X 6345. " ir- a PHONEY 4852 fj Excelsior Mutual Benefit Association Pallas, 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 you need this kind of SERVICE take Insurance with the EXCEIiSIOn MUTUAL BENEFIT' ASSOCIATTOX We pay death claims In 14 hours. Any person desiring such protec tion, call at room 209 Pythian Ten pie. 2549 Elm street or rail M. 657 H. STRICKLAND, President X. CO FIELD, Secretary. i our Fall and Winter I ' 4. " (I " 1. . . SUITS . 4. a. X J Hade to Pleasure it FRED BPUSS, 2221 ELM X X T I ltt,,,! 1 WATCH HARVEY PRESIDENT OF THE ROYAL MUTUAL Agents Wanted W. H. HARVEY, President W. H. LITTLES, Sec. Office 01SH Calhoun St. Fort Worth, Texas. WANTED. FIVE MEN at mt. m MAKE two hundred dollars per month and upwards. Steady employment Only men of fair education wanted. Ad. dress. Fred S. Burton, 2040 Welton St. Denver, Cols. 9.3.4t SIXCER & WHITE SEWING tMGillNES, NEW AND SECOND-HAND. ' We buy, sell, rent and repair any make. No down town high rent to pay, will save you 26 to 60 per cent 3RO. V. WATTOW 1716 St. Loula Street, l'heneai Y-eol6l Y-2404. ' 4-S3-lt O. U. O. of Knights of Shepherd wants one thousand 1.000) or mora deputies to organize and set up looai muftis m every state or tne u. H. De puties both men and women are maJt lng one hundred (flOO.00) dollar t one hundred and fifty (1150.00) dol lars per month. Experience not neces sary, we will teach you free. We are represented In fifteen (II) states, giving thousands of men and women work to do In each state. W guarantee you steady employment and regular pay. For District Deputyahlp to set up lodge any v Here In U. 8, write Sir U W. Davis, U. O. C No. 1606 Michigan avenue. Kansas City. Mo. Enclose 1 cent stamps for speedy reply. 4-T-tt m BIG BAGGAGE HIRH RRAHF I FATI-IFR M SUIT CASES, HAND BAGS AND TRUNKS AT IS HALF TRICE. Prepare nov for your sum- trip, as these bargains can not be had later. Suit Cases. 16.60 values $3.25) Suit Cases, 115 and 920 values, 97.50 and $10.00 Hand Bags, $12.50 values $6.25 Hand Bags. $50 to 140 values, $10.00 to $&0.00 j Trunks, $22.50 values $11.26 Trunks. 930.00 H values via.oo y Large-size Wardrobe $24.80 UnnriraJi f .Ik.. I I Ik gage goods, in new and un- u redeemed, at 60o on the W dollar. ! an 2312 ELM STREtT Remember the Number LooKior tne Kmt z as . lisKg;if.i, J mm wwmm m