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THK DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS. SATURDAY, OCTOBBIaa..lPgl.
page two. BLACK GIANTS DEFEND TITLE AGAINST CITY CHAMPIONS. DALLAS FOUNDERY RECEIVES DRUBBING AT THE THE HAKDS OF TEXAS LEAGUE CHAMPIONS. Daniels and Richardson Were Twirfor? Cards; Coleman Hurled for Rushers." Final Cocci 10 to 4. Remnant end of the Black Giants Dai- base ball machine played the las Foundry Nine (local champions of th. Sand lot) Sunday at Sears Roebuck park. Bib Fred Daniels, premier hurler of the Texas League Champions, was assigned for mound duty. Well, ' It would be useless to relate the out cornel The big right bander was "right as a fox" and had his fast and slow ball working with clock like precision and pitched shut out hall up to the last of the seventh, Charlie Brooks got a me ning combination, on Long's wild heave to W, Jones; ' Mr. Whltaker remarked to a Dai Brooks advances to middle station ins Express representative recently, on the play and scored on "Fat that in spite of the speed and . class Papa's" double to left center. ' shown by the club all season the "Fat Papa" advances to third, local support was not all what it when Daniels uncorked a wild heave i lion Id have been. If the support and later scored on a wild pitch would have been commensurate with and thus saving the "sand loiters' the teams showing the financial end honor in falling to take the count would have been more substantial, via the goose egg route. -I However Mr. Whltaker and his The bushers annexed two more ' tallies in the 9th off of Richardson's delivery. Sloan and ItlchardBon starred in the roll or slugging, notn getting a homer. Sloan's smash came . In the second stanza and Sloan and Harris ahead of him. Vash Harris starred in the roll of swat getting, out of five trips to the plate got a walk, hit by pitched ball and Bp a red the apple for a sin. gle and two doubles. A very buBy day for the kid. Reuben Jones was not allowed to hit in rapid succes sion for this reason the corners were cut with care and accuracy. Coleman received orders to be very careful and handle him with care. Will Jones staged a come, back on the initial cushion, got everytllng that came along. Long, Cowen and 8pencer were new comers In the Olant Camp, but the vets held them down. "Boss" Dave was In the game all the time having accepted many difficult . chances in chasing grounders around the middle sack. We herewith present for the fans approval a box score of the affair: y Black Giants B R II O 1 0 4 0 8 4 2 1 0 2 2 Sloan, a 3 3 Harris, 1 3 Richardson, c, p 4 It. Jones, r 1 W. Jones, 1 5 J. Long, 8 6 Cowan, m 3 D. Johnson, 2 ....4 Daniels, p 4 Spencer, c ...0 Spencer, c 0 Totals .....:.'.....:.....32 10. 2T ' 4 Dallas Foundry B R II O C. Crawford, r ....I 0,0 0 Creasey, 3 .'2 114 , C. Goodson, in ....3 112 ( Stroops, 2 4 0 13 C. Brooks, 1 4 1 2 1 A 0 1 0 1 0 0 3 0 2 0 7 E. Goodeon. c ....2 116 Hoi land, 2 0 0 2 Mack, -1 : 3 0 15 Coleman, p ..a 3 0 0 1' Dad Coodoon, r ..2 0 0 2 Totals ..2..6 4 7 27 Giants 230 013 100--10 13 Richardson's terrific drive was peaU i jK'jrjjrj CIIAMPIO.VS OF TEXAS (COLORED) LKAGUE ed off in first of the sixth, scoring i y1? 1 iininimiui iiiii in i ii Mi, i. " THK rjUNCKSH ART CI.T11. I Interesting and the Bible Sword The PrlnceBs Art Club met with Drill very amusing. On Friday Mrs. Buford. 2607 Caddo St., Thurs. n'Bht, Sept. 30th. the following pro day evening, Sept. 22nd. Mrs. Love, Rin be rendered In the home presiding. After the usual order of of Mrs. Maggie Johnson. 919 Glea buslness, a delightful evening was son street. spent. One new member was added 1. Music Jubilee ....by the Choir to our . number. Mrs. George 2. Brown, t'.ie Golden nlckle was left 3. to. her keeping until the next meet- 4. lng- . A delicious refreshment was serv ed and adjourned to meet with Mrs. ! nrant nn flnitrln Rtrnot flo' r 9r.il, I MRS. LOVE, President. MRS. BRC VN, Reporter. PUIRCIIXA AltT CHT1. The Prlscllla Art club held its regular weekly meetm-rB at tee '(! tiful residence of Mrs. H. Butts. A full auota was present. We were de. lighted to have Mrs. D. P. Lewis. again with us. The following of- fleers were elected for the ensuing year: Mesdames J. It Dodd, Presl. de.it: E. 'A. Ward. IcevProalrient: J. W. Towns, Secretary : S. T. Simp- son, Corr. Sec; . W. E. Ewing, Troas.; H. D. Winn, budget-keeper; C. J. Island, Reporter. NCTH WARD PnjjJCILlA AHTi ChVB. j Mrs. Willie Mae Johnson Lee, was hostess to the Ninth Ward Priscllla Art Club, Sept. 23. 1921. The meeting was a pleasant one for we tad quite a merry set of women present. Twc v'sitors were present !n per. pon of Mrs. Hubert and MIbs Maud banr-Pr year. Stewart. Miss Stewart became a Aftor delicious Ice course serv honorary member. The president ;'v the hostess, the ladles reluc. cordially welcomed Mrs. I. D. tantly departed for their ho'io. Brown, wl o resumej her relation The next meeting will be lreld with the c.iib. , -'ft the homo of Mrs. O. White, 2318 We ate proud to ray that our Hugo Str ?t. 4 p. m.( to 6 o'clock members are taking a great inter P. m. est In club work rii we hope to; Fres'dent, Mrs. Carrie Morgan, mnke all the success possible this L'rectress, Mrs. L. C. Morgan. yeBr. v Reporter. Mrs. Lela O- White. The hostess served an elaborate ' ' " 1 lvnf,ieou. -.Till? DIAMOND CHARITY CMTB. Our next meeting will be' held The Diamond Charity club met Friday. Sept. 30t, 1921, at the at the Residence of Mrs. A. Aid home of Mrt. To amle McGenr.ie's 'f'e. Rl7 HU1 avenue, Thursday, on E. Tenth street, s Pont. 22. 1921. , ., - I runs were launched for a con- FAIR PARK MOTHURS TRAINING test between the D'amond and Cor- OliVU. , ' nat'on clubs. Last week the cliib nn Kr'dav right. Pelt. 23rd, the o-md a lady in Oak Cliff, that Fair Park Mothers' Training Club. 'nc in a destitute condition. After whs Ajvally enit italr.ftd' In the home the business of the evening the host. of Mrs". K. Weems, 91 J South Car- test served a two-course luncheon or roll avenue. The Hope lessons were banuia salad, Sitlne flakes and DETERMINED TO GIVE DALLAS A WINNER. After a, dlHasterous season finan cially the local club after lis engage- ment with Panthers closed the nine- teen twenty-one baBe ball season, -' ' Enos Whltaker, president of the 'club accounted many hardships dur- lng the season that caused a flnan. clal lost to the club and even under these conditions gave Dallas a win partner, Mr. A. R. Pryor, secretary of the club deserve . all that can be said of them in giving Dallas , a winning nail club, under a severe J . 7 j . rS(r l . . itx I iU'-'i; ; 1 DALLAS BLACK GIANTS BASE BALL CLUB. Reading from left to right sitting "T. Bow" (mascot) JDave Johnson, Manager; F. Williams, catcher; Jerry Williams, second base, man; Robert Sloan, center fielder; J. Hamilton, short stop. Standing A. R. Pryor, secre tary of club; John Richardson, pitcher; Shanks, first baseman; Leslie Jones, center fielder; Joe Good rich, third baseman; Reuben Jones, right fielder. Foundry ....000 000 022- 7 6 Two.base hits Harris 2, E-Good- son. C. Goodson; three base hits . Cowan; home runs Sloan, Richard- son; stolen baBes o. Brooks, it. Jones, Cowan; bases on balls off Coleman 3; batters hit, by Daniels, niack Giants may develope soon If 2, (Crawford, C. Goodson) by Cole- present plans mature. It was ru- man. 1 (llai-ris); struck out by mored here in base ball circle this Daniels 4, Richardson, 3 by Cole. week. man; wild pitihcs, Daniels 1; Cole-, if negotiations are favorable two man 1; double plays Holland to well known Dallas base ball men Mack; D. Goodson to Mack, Sloan will head Dallas Black Giant exec, to Johnson to Jones; Coleman to utlve staff the coming seaBon. The Mack. Innings pitched Daniels 7, by deal -will include franchise, suits, Richardson 2; time of game, two players and all other effects he hours and 5 minutes. Umpire Free, longing to the organization. Biblo Recital Mrs. Hattle Baugh Solo Mrs. Annie Faulks Round Table Chat...."Are Fath ers Responsible for the Weak. ness of Their Sons?" Mes-' dames A. Daniels. M. Johnson, j and L. RoHsen. Carnet and Piano Duett Mrs. M. B, Edwards and Sen. Paper "The Moral -Standard of Hoys Must be Lifted by our i resent Pay Girls, and How,'' Mri. E. Weems. 'Music Club Infancy of the Clvb Mrs. L. E. Henry. "Is Fashion or Education the Factor for Demoralising the World?" Round Tab)e dis cussion Mesdames it. E. Jackson, Francis Sanders, Fannie Taylor, Martha Dicker son ft ad Mary Bell. Music Club 15. I 6. i i 7. j 8. I 8 ! 10. THE "U C1JiVlm ChVK. The "G Clef" club had its initial rneetlt for the year, 1921.1922. at the home of MlB Alvernon King. Thfire wer 14 ,ad,!S Present after the ""al opening the c'ub entered lnto business plans ror tne year. Vla. , Ihnrnuhlv dl..,oH --o and It was decided to make this the handicap. Long live the deeds of these gen. tlemen and may their names find space on the record books a great bane ball achievement. K. OF P. BALL WARRIORS iWILL BATTLE DALLAS DAY. The K. of P. Base Ball team com posed of men, "forty and better," will play another game Wednesday, October 12, at Sears-Roebuck ram. Col. J. M. Talbert and Captain J. L, Patton will turn their hired hands aloose to scratch each others backs In the -deeming game ror ry tuian honors. Both managers are busy working the kinks out of the legs of their starters so that on the day mention, ed above they will be In fine trim for a bloody battle. PAXTHUR8 WON IHXIE SERIES. Fort Worth Panthers winner of he Texas League pennant copped four games of Dixie Series and won the championship or the south. MeniDhls Chicks of winners of the Southern League pennant appeared to be no match for the Texas Leag uers In last game of series played at Fort Worth, Wednesday. The Panthers shut out the visitors. This series determined the class of the two leagues and the Texas League Is as demonstrated Is the fatest. The last game of the series by in Ings: R H E Memphis ..... 000 000 0000 6 0 Ft. Worth 100 020 OOx S 6 2 Batteries: Tuero and Hungllng; Pete ana riuwortn. man. MAY SELL LOCAL FRAN- mtCV LHlob. . Change In ownership of Dallas grape juice punch. The 2nd course brick cream, carmel and loaf cake. The club will meet Thursday, Oct. 13, with Mrs. M. P. Abner, 3121 Thomas avenue. ' MRS. J. R. DRAKE, Reporter. THE KINO DAUGHTERS CLUB ENTERTAINED. The King Daughters of Bethel A. M. E. church, staged a progres. Hive feast Thursday evenrng. At 8 p. m.. the members met at the church, after which we sojourned to the vice-president, Mrs. M. L. Moores' residence, where little bas kets of assorted candy and delicious punch was served and the colors of white and gold were presented to each guest. A delicious time was had at'the beautiful apartments of this hoatesB. From here we so journed to the residence of Sister Watts Johnson, Cochran Street, where dainty sandwiches were serv. ed. From here to the residence of the greatest of pastors, Rev. J. H. Smith, in Cochran street, delicious lemonade was served. Thence we so journed to Sister L H. Hoods' resl. encc, on Good street, where de- 1 clous chicken salad on lettuce leaf was served. On we went to the residence of Sister E. V. Browns' lovely home on Montazuna Street. where delicious carmel cake wrapp- ed In oil paper was served. Thence chance to make good He Is n- w I In Ik. lo atnn k . 1 A .lUnniri.. k I . k..h. nrhlM, to the last stop at the residence of the worthy president. Mia L, E. Coleman Oooi Street, wht.e the daintiest pine apple ice cream was served. Our noble president is an excellent leader. A most enjoyable time was had. Mrs. L. E. Coleman, president. Miss M. C. Draper, Fec-ts-tary. ' THK W. W. W. ART CLUB. I ThR WWW Art fliiK tiro, an County has been blessed with an un . . . !r" i j e ... va" en-. usual Educational campaign. Four lertalned Tuesday by Miss Clara ! teen rural school he uses for Negroes Van, 332S Colby street. Each uiem- Favette County and one In Harde- her r.nnnH In .n .n . ."i-w..v- w ... ..a. i wiu' quote' ion a from Shakesnpnre. e. frpahmnnta worn uorvoH T . n. .i.mlo fne an nn.tinn -Ju m,..j. Alabama, who Is Field Agent for the u aae ror an auction salt. Thursday Rosenv-ald schools: w. P. Vare. prln evenlng, at 3323 Colby atreet. Mrs. clpal of the Fayette County Training L. M. Lewis, Reporter. ' ''-bool, Mrs W. p. Ware, Jeanes Fund " ' jEupervlsor for Fayette County, Bishop THE ROYAL ART n.VIL ,,. . ,,r A. F Ward, chashier of the Frater- residence of Mrs. Wayman AlexaMer nal Savin,,, Bank. Memphis. Tenn.. Sent. 19. Fourteen members were W. R. Davit, Negro Farm Demonstra present. The ladles busied therasel- iS'IL,, County and Geo. p.' . .. Mays, Held Representative of the Fra- vua an nour inteuy wun ine-r n-e- ternal Pa- ings Bank. Memphis. Tenn. work. The usual tl -ie was spent Mr Calioway. the principal speak in business session. The members .f acn. 'c'a!"lon- stressed the im- ... -,k ,. portanca cf longer school terms, reg 0. the cub are planning an inter- ularlty in attendance by the children. Sting Hallowe'en social. The hos- and a liberal use of the achnolhouse toss served an aDDetlzIne salad and iced tea. The club adjourned to meet with Miss Eula Winn, Monday, Sept, 26th. The Royau Art Club met with -Miss Winn, Monday Sept. 26th ' Mr. J. A. Hightower and Mrs. A pleasant uvenlng was spent In Leta Rhone of Tyler, Texas, were plying the needle. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. P. A special feature of the meeting Vaughn, 3621 Myers street, during the was the presenting of a pair of Grand Lodge, Golden Chain. HOWARD VARSITY FOOT BALL TEAM STARTS TRAINING. Many Candidates Available to Build a Strong Combination. Tliirty-Oue Candidates for Eleven Re ports to Coach Morrison For l'mo tie on First liny. Washington, D. C, Sept. 29. A counsel of war was held at the How ar University lant week launching the Howard Football campaign for the championship for 1J21. Howard swept A.r..irthnx Hif ho, lout vonr ami is out to do the same thing this Virginia ineoiugicai muuuwj year. Early in the summer It was 1 College. Other games on the sched declded to have the men return for ule are: October 15th, at Washington, preliminary practice on September 15th. The Secretary-Treasurer open ed the Boarding Department and the dormitories of the University bo that nothing should stand In the way of the schedule of preliminary practice being put under way at once. A squad of over thirty men .in cluding most of the warriors and promising substitutes of last year aud a number of husky newcomers reported Thursday, Sept 15th, for the first day's grilling under Coach W." E- Morrison, who is being as sisted by Joe Trigg, former Syracuse star, and Major M. T. Dean, Head of the Department of Physical Educa tion. Until College opens, October 3rd. Coach Morrison is to hold dully , workouts or tne most rigorous auiu , In order to get his men in condi- tlon for the season's big program o gaineB. No time is being lost and no effort is being spared by the Coach and his assistants to assure this year an even more formidable football macMno than that of the 1921 season. WoDi-iv nil nf tl.e men of the Brut , tinm of lust year have arrived, in- eluding- Captain Fuller, TucKie;iing of the men lost Dy graauauoa. "Bulldog" Williams, End., who made j While most of the remaning H the fnmous 80 vard run In the Haw- men of last oar have returned, ard-Lincoln g'nme last year; Pnvne still the absence of Carter, last the plucky Full Buck; an5 "Bin'' year's star pilot, who is yet expect Brooks, Half Back. Among those ed to return. Brannon, Hurt, and who rravc not yet showed up. but Lawrence is keenly felt. Kean. who who are expected to renort far prae- followed close to Carter as Quarter tire wlth-'n the next few dnvs five bark last year, has just showed Oiiarteis Carter end Kean and "Jack" up for practice. Nurse guard By the onenimr of Practice will lake an earnest an ehooi'. there will likely he not lss gle the coming week in preparation t,,nn citT j fi9 w mpWt 8oheLynchobnur .inThoffiTtn: Virginia against Virginia Theologi. Kminnry work while awaiting the , cal Seminary and College. rock crystal bud vases to Mrs. Lu. cile W. Lane with the best wishes of the club for future happiness. Delicious refreshments were ser ved. Miss Grace D. Neal, Reporter. TEItKKLL MAN THINKS PARTY HAS A CHANCE. , n .... ,, . m., i I racing today. T. Arnold Hill, Kxecu- G. W Townsell of Terrell, was in tive ecrPtry of the Chicago Urban the city this week on business. Mr. j League will Indicate how these prob- TnwriHAll Is & renresentative of the 1 1 are affecting the Negro in par lownseu is a represeniauvo ul i , t, , d te what , b don8 Dallas Express and says he Is going in the cltv of ch,cas0 to meet them, to sell 600 copies of this paper in The afternoon and evening will be Terrell I devoted to discussion on the subject m ii n,. et,ntr,nTi f unemployment, and Its extent and Mr. Townsell Is County Chairman effect an,n Negroes. Urban League of the Black. fluid Tan wing of the .industrial Secretaries will Indicate Republican party of Texas and says what has been done In many cities l V vi....i,, i.. tiiaA ,iih iho of the middle west to create tem that his party has filed With the pora,.y or permanent jobs and to give postmaster General an application relief to single men or women Rop for the Terrell post mastership. jiesentatlves from the U. s. pepart- Mr. Townsell believes that their candidate has an excellent chance as he Is a very strong man and a staunch Republican with influence. DIS. CItOSSLAND OPENS OFFICE. Washincton. D. C. Sept. 29. Dr. J. II. ClOSHland of St- Joseph, Mo.t returned to Washington this week a month ahead of his ex- nected time, and opened his office on the Seventh floor of the War Risk Building on Vermont Ave. tlnmi ouenlne office here. Dr. CrosBlnnd. who was auoolnted Soe. clal Expert and assigned to the rninrort i Mlpr' el u htm was much embarrassed I as to his misrters His fftWyThe waliien'halfta desk occun ea r v ivia.ipr ljean. ine nexi Smiih vln7 n T the west side of the 2ihliffBlJte-WmShVMnth ...... i. .. ... n . .. i ,t i. .... .1 1 asHiiinea suace in ine tlnor - 'protective service. A discussion will in nrnvltlnif In offleft for Dr be held of welfare work In connection rroslnd the Superintendent or the with industrial plants through which hJ?hlln? nlaeed solfd -rdw of steel Negroes may raise their living stand- oThee7 ttVW f?cean so Xt" USS I 'SM are requested Snn rp ffinS S Dr rrSKsland's ! " eommnnicate with Eugene Kinckle nSrt vnu iannot see or seen bv Jone8' Executive Secretary of the Na SSv nXS ol tlonal Urban League, 127 East 23 St., any one else. N York City, or T. Arnold Hill. un ,c. ut.i cruKHiiinu n one m.b. imiio, ui o i,...n.,.i,.,.. ,ib- nnH . mni r eha'rs" A Tarce eleht foot screen hides the Doctor from the curious leekers who may peep in at door 701 . When two reporters called on Dr. '"VosMland. thev found him very bnsv: neorle were waiting to see h'm and his elerk was busv open i-m oRio ,Jl18iiIe iMr2U.;nSS n? Ine a laree. pile of letters, manv of v hlch were eomnlamts of soldiers nnd sailors who were. In dire need of 'mmedfate beln. Dr. urosHland nas tne marxs oi .Jefjnt"LP,'?L.nd h?. uDnr.av nnce of a gentleman. He Is easy at conversation nnd a diplomat In the use of words. His speech Is soft and esv at conversation and a diplomat in tlie una nf ai.-li His uneerh is oft and easy, and Jus manners, pleas- ";,. ,.,., . ,.,, , reporters that ' he was anxious to serve his race and that he would see that they received their Just compen- ration. He asks that he be given tZS.. ?.? J1.!.. pro.grL ..J"? . r ' i ci T.r-a iu dv.v ... V".. kAn a - I. a4 h a tins oht u vw iris nnntiii aui- 'V iiio anked iuo"t n in unsisrni.iv quarter, he .aid: "We will soon move 1 k-.. . i.. ilf !'i'lo"uMHe.blpe (kt0 hav8 TFWKSSKF HVCKWASKS NEGRO 111 HAL SCHOOLS. fTtv A N. P.J Somervllle, Tenn.. Sept. 29 Fayette 1 "?.'"? county have b-en dedicateu witn . ntting programs. Tne principal speaK- era in these programs were: Clinton J. Callowav of Tuskegee Institute. lenn.. Miss P K IMvli. District Hnmn V'? Parent, in holding their com purely rural, w th a n.ini ru.ai, witn a population or 37. 00G Negroes, 9,00J of whom are school opening of the school in Durum, N. C, where he is to teach during tne coming year. The Howard Schedule Howard's schedule this year is quite heavy. Most of the important games, however, will be played away from home. The firBt game of the season will be played October 8th at Lynchburg. Virginia, against tne Agricultural ana m-u.w j oi ureensooru, . v., whjc, at Washington, Virginia Normal and Industrial Institute, of Petersburg, Va.; October 2!tth. at Institute, W. Va., West Virginia Collegiate Insti totue, November 5th, at Washington Shaw University, of Raleigh, N. C; November 12th at Hampton. Insti tute; ending with the Howard Lincoln game at Philadelphia. Pa., oa Thanksgiving Day, Nov- 24th. Howard Prepares For First Game of Season. Wnahlneton. D. C. Sept. 29.- The Howard FootDau aquau ud nad t8 fir8t week of workouts. The rigorous training which the men underwent the first week has driven 0ff an undesirables and has left a squad which Coach Morrison an in .iimtinn of lust what he may ex pect tor the year. At present the Coach is non-committal as to what ho thinks of the prospects. The big problem seems to be the replac- IHH AN I.EAfarR CONFF.UENCR I'LANX. New York. N. T Sept. 29 The Na tional Urban League has released an announcement of subjects which will be discussed at Its Annual Conference In Chicago which Is to be held Oct. 19th to 22nd. On Wednesday, October 19th some distinguished social worker will pre sent a general statement of the most serious nroblems which the world is , '"0"- T'hu"'.' T" the "mor'n, j On Thursday. In the morning, the delegates will discuss tne sunjeoi: "GETTING HOLD OK THE NEW COMER." It Is thought by students of social problems that the new-comer to our cities is still not reached in an effective manner, as there Is still a considerable delay In his becoming adjusted to the stern requirements of competitive city life. - lm lng the Thursday afternoon and evening, discussion will be held on the Negro s relation to organized lab- or and the need of constructive social service In cities as exposed by recent Investigations marie north and south Jy C. S. Johnson. Director of the Urban League's Department .of Re- -T, n2 - Thomas, Southern Held Secretary, On Friday Bpeclal reports will be made by Urban League Executives on hw.. League conducts It. health "' ,.V ".T :,.L i its recreational work with boys and . Klrl nd its juvenile probation and- ,,.. c :.,. ,.r r'V,lCT ha , . .no. q,,i,th Urban League, .oj Houtn Wnbash Avenue, Chicago. III. NK;HO, KX-OVRHNOI OH" LOUIS IANA IS UKIO, Phreveport. La., Sept. 29. C. An- Colored. 85 years old, formerly, Lieutenant-Governor of Louisiana, hnvlnK erved ,n that capacity in the 0's. when at times, he also acted as Governor. Is dead at his home Elournoy. this parish. Antoine was norn In New urieans, ana was a nFitn Mason. Hia father fought against the Tlritlsh at New Orleans In 1812. His mother was the daughter of slaves Africa. Antoli.e spent many of his life here and was a political power. j ivnMAV r.RTS FRRNC'II MEDAL, "u.has ""'"lu . y T cnn. 90 iPti. 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U matte not an abundant prowth of hair lor fc or by 0 - MY SPECIAL OFFER To those de,irlnZ to try mr aT la value. Mak. all orden to . yxT MADAME N. A. FRANKLTN 80S PRAIRIE AVENUE HOUaTOW, TEX. (By A. N. P.) Savannah. Go.. Sept. 29. Tom Bar ren a Negro on an attempt last Tues day Sight to save two horses which Sad fallen Into the Ogeechee canal, was drowned, becoming entangled in the ropes and gearing upon the ani mal. Both horses were saved. The Ellas Hotel Everything newly furnished nice, cool, comfortable rooms. Convenient to all tho Col ored Bath Houses and handy place for all of the trains. Rooms 12.50 per week. Room and Board $8.00 per week. W. W. KMAS, Mnnuger, 109 1-2 Ilmd St-, Mnrlin, Texas. 9-10-4L la three roontns win make the bail ,ong. soft ana glossy. A trial wHI prove it When in Kansas City call is . " od tha ssanufacturer We want live gents to represent ui in every city sod bamlet Box of f reeling Oil. JOe; Box of Hair Grower, BOc; Special Grower, Ctc. Mrs. Ada MataHrjr, Haamfae tarer. We guarantee our goods to grow hair and to be harmless. 1211 Euclid, Masai City, Missouri Don't fall to visit our up-to-dt rlalr Dressing Parlor Money must be sent with all order. eat 10 ceata far aaatatte. Dresser and Grower One thousand agents wanted Good money made. We want agents in every city and vil lage to sell THE STAit HAIR GROWER. This is a wonderful prepa ration. Can be used without straightening irons. Sells for 25c per box one 25c box will prove Its value. Any person that wiir use a 25c box will be convinced. No matter what has failed to grow your hair just give TUB STAR HAIR GROWER a trial and be convinced- Send 25c for full size box. If you wish to be agent send $1.00 and we will send you a full supply that you can begin work with it at once: also agent's terms. Send all money by money order to TIIE STAR nAIR GROWER M.VMT FACTURERS , Box 812 Greensboro, N. C. V f ? ? t ? ? T V Y f Y Y Y Y Y V Y Y Y Y Y v 80. Chicago, 111. 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