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THE DAIXA8 EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1. 1921.
PAGE SKVKN. DALLAS COUPLE MARRIES. Mitccdotilii Iinplixt Clmrch Scene of Hrilliniit Wedding. Ring Ceremony Performed- .by Pastor. The marriage of Leon M. James and Miss Loretta Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thomas was 8olemnl7.ed Thursday, Sept. 22, at 8:30 p. m., at Macedonia Bap tist church, Rev. E. Arlington Wil son performed the ring ceremony. A vocal solo "Because" was sung by Miss Celesta Cole with piano ac companiment by Mrs. L. Gunter. Mrs. O. Montgomery played the bri dal chorus "Lohengrin" as the pro cessional and Mendelssohn's wedd ing march as the recessional. The bride was attended by four maids: Miss Solium Jackson was maid of honor and wore a frock of white canton crepe. Misses Erma Gaston and Gladys Bartee wore frocks of canary organ dy and Miss Ida Mae Smith, a frock of pea green organdy. Each carrying cornations of various col ors. Miss Esma Walker, wore a frock of flesh colored . organdy. Little Misses Harold Thornton and Clarice Hayden were flower girls. Master B. D. Henton was ring bearer- The bride was given In marriage by her uncle. She wore a gown of white and carried a shower boouet of bride cap effect with a wreath of liU'es of the valley, the trail was carried by Miss Mildred Brooks The bride groom was attended by Henry Ilnyse as hpst man with Messrs. Howard Johnson, Henry Rnndle. Esaw Arnold and U. S. Adams. Misses Ida Mae Ford and Ruliye. Cook. Kefreshmenta were served at the community house following the wed ding. Out of town guests wore Henry James, the groom's brother and Phil Smith, Waxahachle; Mrs. Holley, Lancaster, and Mesdames Lockett, Eddie. E. Thomas and A. Thomas, Cleburne. Mr. and Mrs. James were hon ored guests Monday night at a din ner party given by their friends, Mr. and Mrs- Bonner, 2714 San Ja cinto street. The couple was also entertain ed Sunday evening at zsiu Hugo street. Mr. and Mrs. R. Zllicoffler acted as host and hostess. MLLAS W(WA DIES IN OKLA HOMA. Mrs. Lucile Gilmoro of .this city and the diichtcr of Mrs. Dcssle Arm stead of 2311 North WashlnuHon ave.. died Friday, Sept 23 at Oklahoma Ctv, Oif'a. Her bortv arrived at Dallas Monday morning. Funeral was held Tuesday. ODD FEIJwvs STRFWOrSLY AT WORK. The pneral committee and decree team of th Dallas Odd Fellows held the'r usual interesting after noon selon at Odd Fellows hall, rornpr Flora and Burfovd streets, Pnndav. Pont. 25. at 4:30 o'clock. Many phases of the Immediate work' to be done bv the membership were dleiis?ed end determined. The meeting was graced with the presence of two distinguished visi tors in the persons of Adiutant General Hnrdv and M. V. Paymaster, W. .T. .Tackon of Fort Worth. Both of these received a hearty welcome and (thev) contributed much pood and instructive advice about the organizing of the mili tary or drill department of the or der. The meetine was presided over by P. N. F.. Joe Gamble and P. N. F D. B. Garner. Plan hnve already been perfected by a Jo'nt committee of Odd Fellows-and Puthites to hold a cele bration Dallas. Day, Oct. 12. YOUNG P-i rcmoTi; KTf.TF1 WHILE CROSSING TRACK. I!tinr?y Smnsii',-1 into Sticks. Horse I'nscratchexl Funeral Held Mon day. Lee Bledsoe, a young Colored man was nin down and mortally wounded earlv Saturday n'ght en route to h'R home from Dallas by a Cotton Belt Vnspeneer train. The buggy In which he was riding was I pmafhed Into kindllnc wood and his horse was unscratched. Mr. Bledsoe was driving and frioTred tin nt the cronslncr. the tinrk Hi the time and did not see the approaching steel monster nnMllan accomplished Grayson county it was too late and the young lild- teacher, was the guest of Mr. and soe was picked up put aboard the Mrs. Wm. P. Vaughn, 3621 Myers train and rushed to Dallas and later , street last week. While here she to Baptist Sanitarium where he placed her little girl in the Convent died Sunday evening about 1 o'clock I Institute oa Allet street. from the effects of the wounds. his neaa was crusnea ana nisi student of East Texas Academy, shoulder badly bruised. ! Tyler, Texas, is visiting hla uncle, He was a nephew cf John Jack-1 Mr. Wm. P. Vaughn, 3621 Myers son. 2623 San Jacinto street, at Street this week. He will soon re- whose home Bledsoe was a guest! turn to resume his school work. Saturday In the day. mIbs Josephine Lewis and Mr. The funeral was held Monday uvening. MATERIA MEDIC A. Activities of Dnllax' Physicians. Mr Flovrl Rosb. 341)1 Rt.t. street, left last week for Washington D leu last wees; ror Washington, u. University and continue his sTudy In Medicine. rir r w Pnrior attar hniririir spent peveral months In old Mexico has returned and will resume his practice of medicine Dr. R. E. L. Holland was Indls- nosed a couple of davs this week The McMillan sanitarium will open dons to the public Tuosday morning. The building is very tas. v!wed Houston, Galveston nnd other A. Finer t M'neral Wells who lr t'v ar'Pnged and its provided with points south. In bad health. all modem conveniences. There ure Mrs. Almeta Davis, 1918 Allen pat'ents In some of the wards al- street, was entertained Monday ev- MR. EVERETr ""'Xfl OFF TO ready and many more are expected, enlng by friends nt 2815 Flora St. i St.IIOOT Dr. McMillan is confident that the M-s. Davis left Tuesday for New new Institution will he liberally pa- Yrk Citv, where she will reside ' Mr. Everett Ewlng, son of Mr. tronlzed by Pallas citizens. permanently. and Mrs. W. E. Ewlnr, 3300 Holne- Drs. Hamilton and Punyan will Mrs, Cecelia Weathers, who spent street, will leave fr Morpp-iyio.-be assisted by Dr. B. K. Ward In s'l of last week vising friends at Coiice-e. AtlPta, On.., Rnprtav' Oct examining applicants for the Py- Fort Worth, returned home Sunrtay , 2nd. He win take a course o thlan membership drive which Is nteht Academic studies- to he launched Saturday, October ! 1st to the 31st inclusive. Dr. C. L. Morgan, surgeon of the Dallas Black Giants squad for three su"8' T "', . more-cab1"". h. ,C ,,h h ..I k.. IStreet, and a party of friends con bers of the club this season than ' , , nwv. m- ever before. 'CAUSE I OIVK YOU PRESENTS nT(! A1V A Willi V. llftK'T ?HINK I'M SANTA CLAUSE j, i But Here is an Exception to This Role. Mrs. Elvira Nobles, 2126 Clark street, can readily boast of having received before Santa Claus' time a valuable present. Mrs. Noble is an employee at the Hockaday school and for efficient service rendered the Institution for more than three years attracted the attention of Mrs. Hockaday (a wealthy widow) for whom the school is named and pre. rented her last week a full blood Jersey cow as a token of respect for such service. Mrs. Hockaday refused an offer of one hundred and fifty dollars for the animar from a white neighbor. MANY HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES KYI r K rULLEGES AND I'XIYEIt SITIES. Of the nearly forty students who graduated from the Colored High School Inst year, twenty-seven have enrolled In schools and -colleges for further study. A partial list Of Hlirll Sr-hnnl d-i-i1 tmtes of the past few years and 1 the shools to which they have gone shows that Dallas homes are rep-1 resented in the largest and best Kti"oiR or the country. CoIIckps and students enrolled are as follows: jyiinv University: Jessie, Pollard, wllma Benton, Edith Roberts. Inez foster, zepher Mitchell and Annie Lee Lacy. Lane Colleqe: Georgia i Walker, Melrose Starks. Flsk: Ella Mne Pmlth. Maud Klmhrnueh Powell. Detroit Technical College: Hampton Thompson. Chicago Universitv: Hor ace Butler. Wilherforce: Lucile Wil liams, Mildred Watts- Lincoln Uni versity: Henry Allen, George Allen, Claud Tedford, George Franklin. Sil vester Apperson. Edward Burson. Mchmry: Opal Turner. Howard: A D. Stewart. Olophens Gist, Sylvan Island, Helen Tv'er. Florence Harl- lee and James Ward. The above list of 27 Kraduates of the Dallas Colored High School shows a larper per cent of students sent to colleges than any school in the country. NEW McMillan SANTHR'VM WILL OPEN TUESDAY NIfiHT, OCT. 4TII. As a fitting celebration of the fi'th blrthdny of his father, Mr. Jas. McMillan, Dr. W. Ii. McMillan will throw ouen the doors of his mag nificent sanitarium and dedicate it with a program well worth while, followed by a trip of Inspection. Among the speakers listed are, Rev. K. A. Wilson, Rev- K. J. John ;son, Rev. C. C. Harper. Rev. Warren, Lawyer Turned and Dr. Leach. Following the speakers, three tables will be provided for those who desire to make loans bf amounts ranslne from $10 to $500. email loans win go towards the, establishment of a charity ward larger loans will be acknowledge! by notes, bearing interest at 10 per -exit per nnnum until paid or the amount may he applied on a future bill of the person making it- ir. Aienminn staiea to our K - press representative that any inrll- virtual using the sanitarium could keep the service of his regular phy slcinns if he so desired. The public Is invited to be pres ent Tucsdav night nnd Inspect the bn'lrtlng which Is located at the corner of Hall and State streets. Mrs- Francis Waters of Denlson, Mr. Samuel Vaughn, a Junior i Lorenza Cambell of Dallas, Texas, I are to be married Thursday even- ing, Sept- 29, 1921. Mr. and Mrs. Cambell will be at home 2215 Coch- ran street Miss Rthel RoswelL I7ii Aitn fi attended the Carraway Robinson nup- tlal8 at Fort Worth- Wednesday ev- ' . Miss Ella Mae Smith of this city ,eft Monday evening for Nashville, Tenn., where she will enter Flsk University. Mr' George P. Smith of Chicago, 1 1"-, who has been In the city more tti&n fo,lr weeks visiting his mother, Mn. E. A. Recce and other relatives and friends left Thursday afternoon fnr h,B home. While here Mr. Smith !!; serial A PARTY OF DALLASITESATTEXD i F011T 1V0BT1I WEDDISti. Mrs. Geneva Thomas, 2110 Routh U M. Morgan and Miss Elnetta Mc rherson, attended the marriage cere- muu' "L ""'""0 ""DO Jt rUtn8day eVe"ing BPt STOCK COMLMES TO LEAD BY SAFE MAJOiu'IY REAPER i, STRIPPED IX CHASE. According to records compiled in the oJJlce of Vital Statistics twenty three babies of Negro parents were born in Dallas. Ten of this number were boys and thirteen were girls. Number of deads from various causes are fourteen, so the rcconiB state, a list of which will be found below: Born to Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Fisher Morris, 3430 Howell, Sept 11, boy. To Mr. and Mrs. Christia Truitt, 1304 Powhattan, Sept. 13, boy. To Mr. and Mrs. John D. Stcrman, 1308 Preston, Sept. 14, boy. To Mr. and Mrs- Alfred Willis, 2138 St George, Sept. 13, boy. To Mr. and Mrs. Darden Long, 2903 Trinidad, Sept. 16. boy. To Mr. and Mrs. K. L- Coats, 3015 Jullotte Sent- 15 'rl- To Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lacy, 1012 s- Preston, Sept. 15, girl, To Mr. and Mrs- Clifton Erupy, i2t15 Williams, Sept 19, boy. To Mr. and Mrs. Dennie Ford, 5008 Cole avenue, Sept. 17, girl. To Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Satchcll, 5827 Itelger, Sept: 16, girl. To Mr. and Mrs- G. T. Ctmts, 2502 Montezuma, Sept. 17, girl. to Mr. and Mrs.Andrew James, 2126 Fills, Sept. 19, girl. To Mr. and Mrs. John Aklens, 5020 Cole, Sept. 18. girl. To Mr- and Mrs. Charles Vines, 2012 Laclede, Sept. 20, boy. To Mr. and Mrs. Elihu Austin, Setp. 21. glrl To Mr. and Mrs.Will Rider, 3608 Dlldock. Sept. 16, girl. To Mr. and Mrs- Fred Cooper,1903 Hall, Sept. 21, girl. To Mr. and Mrs. Tonvie Gipson, 1420 Forney, Sept. 23, boy. To Mr. and Mrs. Llge Penson, 1501 F-'i-cst. Sept. 19, bov. To Mr and Mrs. Robert Green, 3709 Muncer, Sept. 22, Kirl. To Mr. and Mrs. W. Washington, ,1709 Hall, Sept 27, bov. . "To Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Ballard, 321 M'ller ave., Sept. 25. boy- To Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sorrell, 5122 Gaston, Sept. 26, girl. Deatlis. James Todd. Pittsburg. Texas, Sept 13, tuberculosis. Wm. West, (rear) 408 Exposition, Sept. 12, indlsestion- Ed. Jackson, Mt. Addition. Sept 13, abscess. Fannie Cox, 3130 Nellie, Sept. 1C Idinthoria. Tom Armstrong, 1102 Young, Sept. j 16, aneurism. Homer Tuskey, Wllmer, Texas, Sept. 5, gunshot wound- Ella Armstrong, 729 Ieonard, Sept. 17, peritonitis. Steve McDuff, 1109 N. Betterton Circle. Sept. 19, apoplexy. W41ile Owens. 4610 Center. Sept. 20. Georee Palmer, Fort Worth, Texas. Sent. 21. artcrlo sclevosis- seaty Williams, 720 S. Pearl, Sept. 20, peritonitis, John Cook, 220 Cliff. Sept. 21. nephritis. MatHrta Hteh. 2229 Santa Fe, Sept. 24, nephrlHs. Ioe B'c.rtsoe. Richnrrtson Texas Sept. 25, Rallwav accident. Mrs. Carrie YarboiouRh of Hooper street Lincoln Manor, has returned home after having spent the summ r out of town. Among Dallas citizens on the sick Hist are: Mrs. W. D. Mansfield. 2821 Cochran street Mrs. E. James, 3601 Colby street- Mrs. Lula Hamilton of Houston, now. at the home of her father, Mr. Frank Davis, 721 Faii- mount street Mrs. Cora Booker, 212 So. H-ill avenue, 4s sojourning at Austin this week. Mrs. A. Jackson, 3807 Holland, has renewed her s'ibscrlptlon to the Ex- press Tor three months- Mr. A. Hopkins of Kachle, I.a. made a flying trip to Dalla") Sunday Sept. 11. Mr. Hopkins came to Da' Pw. tew days with his "r. mrs. v- nopKins, az--4 Grand avenue. He left for horce Sept. 13 and reports he had a grand w,1"e 111 -" Mrs. J. K. Runnells, 3505 Holmei street, returned to the city, after spending several weeks 'visiting friends and relatives In the East. Mrs. Runnells reports having spent a p'easant vacation this venr- Mrs. Charter Me Smith. 2509 Ma'p Street is visltlnar ber brother, Mr. C 14 KEYS TO t HE KINGDOM" The MaHtrr Dissertation are Guaranteed, by terms of payment, to make any one Healthy, Happy and Successful, fill your desire and rightly Klve a controlling power over every one with whom you come In con tact. Why suffer or complain? Remove thoiie trouble, lestore your hoalth. get whatever you desire; no matter what It is. If everything has failed to reach your case, don't give up. Why not trp "Key to the Kingdom"! Get a secret power exerting a controlling influence If vou only knew whut tills means to you, I am sure you would not rest without it. The price Is only Twelve ($12) Dollars. Terms of payment Klght (S) Dollars sent with order, In a Reg istered letter. Special Delivery or Postoffice Money Order and Four ($4) Dollars In thirty (30) days it satisfied, or Ten ($10) Dollars sent with- order pays for them In full when sent by people who know they are worth the price. WALDI0N II. COII 1430 South 13 1-2 St., Terrc Haute, lad. 10-l-5t I 1 " FORT B! iORTH 1 Fort Worth, Texas, Sept. 29, 1921. Mrs. Win. M. McDonald has return ed from atrlp down east. The talk of the town St. James' Carnival. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Turner of Dallas, spent Sunday here visiting her moth er and friends. Visit the K. of P's. Carnival In their park. Mrs. Lucy McDowell. 2314 Fair mount, Is on the sick list Mr. A. L. Walker of 1905 Terry Is improving nicely. Mi's. K. Mickey is getting along nicely at Booker Washing Sanitarium M. A- GRANT, Ph. C, Reporter. I) ALT. AS DISTRICT NOTES. R. S. Jenkins, P. E On The Wing: We had no sched uled Quarterly Conference for Uie past Sunday, but went visiting pre paratory to the great rait ratiy ai Paul Quinn College and tne launch ing of our Dollar Money Campaign for the Annual Conference. Wednesday we were in Austin. Visited the Attorney General's office, the Commissioner of Insurance and Secretary of State Department. In each of the departments we got much helpful Information the re ports and laws on all corporations, with the forms of charters and the fee for the same. While In. Austin, we were entertained by the match less Dr. 3- D. Butler, the aggress ive and efficient pastor of the Metro politan A. M. E. church. A e were conveyed around In the car of Dr. Abner, and that mogul machine of Dr. S. D. Butler, the enndldate for the bishopric. Dr. Butler is meet in all opposition as a giant and will g've a moid account of his successful manipulation of church affairs- All eyes are upon Austin with good wishes. From Austiu to Houston There we were entertained Thursday even ing and the night was spent in the palatial mansion of Attorney and Mrs. McCoy. Mrs. McCoy is the Madame N. A. Franklin-McCoy, whose ma: s -brains has given to the public ten most inportant articles in hail growing and beauty culture. Her Headquarters Is Houston is wonder ful; her home a palace of solid com fort. Mr. McCoy Is fast developing a plan for a great manufacturing plant for all of the Madame Frank lin art'cles and a school of Instruc tion. Mr. and Mrs- McCov's mansion la furnished with the latest models of furniture. Fr;..ay evening the purpose of our trip was realized when we met the gifted Dr. G. B. Young and his cs teemable wife, and we were safely quartered in their home, the par sonage of great Wesley Chapel A M. K church. Hearing and seeing are two different things. Having heard, I thought that I would see, nnd did see- Sunday morning there were 180 pupils In the Sunday School. At the eleven o'clock service there, is where we got a glimpse of the wise leader ship of Dr. Young as one of Texas' greatest pastors. At 3:00 p. m. we preached for Dr. H. A. Carr, and the Rev. G. W. Ham ilton 4n St- Paul A. M. E. church. At 7:30 p. m. we were in the clos ing service of the great Allen I-eagnc or Wes'ey Chapel A. M. E. church. From this great service we were greatly inspired for the evening ser vice of the church. At 8 p. m. we were a3ln presented to a packed audience and we tried :o please the many hearers. The demonstrations as each service granted the evidence; six persons Joined the church. Monday was Class Meeting an accident in the power-house of the electric light spstem put the city in total darkness- Not a street light nor a light of the electric light sv.i tern , was burning in any of the homes. This accident happened just a little before the hour for the op ening of the service for the class meeting, but the officers and mem bers got candles and eoaiotl lnmns from the houses nearest the church and these furnished llsrht for the Rervlce. It was Indeed a pleasure and an inspiration to open the ser vice for the class mcetfnsr. The lcdcrs knew where and when to take a hold of the meet'ng; and thev dirt take ii ho'd. Oh! mv, wbnt a wonderful meeting It ws. FoHv class leaders renorted for f"rtv class es represented In the meetiner. Dr. VYvinT Is bvlpg grpat sucepps ip Wes1ev. Thv are i'fl,"ff to ertve hm a ear nprt thm send Hm to Africa. Tfcft pTitort-nepf. rf Dr. vl'p r. nprf Ms good vltg rnn pover he forenoon fr ps usual Mrs. Youpk never lireH In service for her or the Doctor's There pre 60 Nccrroes e'"rrtovprt tp tfcfl Houston nst oPV1": "fl rerilpr KT..-rn pn-flnHq; 51 p'lh-cnrrlnrq ? fnn'torci fp1 4 eo"crr: t-r Vw wflMnfwpTl nio p.ttvp nriA oe 111 fh Vrpnlfirn pnd S"''t' mcp' of the .ttrrt ,4q Wp irp VwV rn fVp trt VA nt q.n-1 np-t. ff"H''tf T1.,f io'M Tr p. v.-A ., - " r-t tip p-pp T'r Innff .M -llAil .MahI-w f-t'- f A-nf.(Vnf4 p "1-o Dallas ETPrss representtlTe. T de- clare! He is on to the Job and I am sure the near future will give him his richly merited harvest, all com ing from his massive brains and real activity. ALLEN CHRISTIAN LEAGUE. ENDEAVOR By Nolan H. B- Elliott, B. S. District President. The drive is on! Sunday, Sept. 25, 1921, we were with Rev. Willis at Dalworth. We had the pleasure of listening to three powerful -sermons in one day. The Rev. Willis was at his best. The attendance was good at all the services and his message was well received. We made our plea to the membcry to support the Leajnie work at the morning service. We had quite a large number to meet us at 6 o'clock for the purpose of organizing a league. We organized with the fol lowing ofTlcers bcinn elected: pres ident, Mr- Alley Tallie: Vlce-pres-irtent, Mr. Henry Fish: Secretary; Miss O. Tallie. Ass't. Secretary; Mrs. Octe Mae Shelton; Treasurer, Mrs. Cora Tallie; Chairman Ways and Menns Committee. M'ss Maggie Har ris; Charman Ix)oknut Committee, Miss Anna Belle Taylor: Reporter, Mr. Gentry Tallie. With the officer we enrolled 20. Thus Dalworth be- ins their League with 20 strong. Their quota in the drive is 34. Next Sunday, they say they are eolns over the top with a menii'er- shlrt of 40. We wish you luck. Dal worth, and hope you will keep your resolution- Sunday, Oct. 2, 1921, we win re at White Rock. "Dallas District ex nects every man and woman his or her duty." to do Wanted Present address of Rev. Flovd D. Swindell. Will pay $5.00 to first person elvlng this informa tion. Address committee, postoffice i Box 375, Dallas, Texas. 10.1-4t WmiM Like to know the where abouts of Henry Lacy, last heard of was in Dallas, Texas. Any Informa tion leading to his whereabouts will be appreciated. Address MR. JAMES TEAL, Mineral Wells, Texas. iua.it You will find what you need In the grocery line at HICKS' STORE. Center, Texas. When we please you, tell others; when we displease you, tell us. 10-1-lt For Kale. Chiropody Office Es tablished over twelve years. Select i practice. Beauty Parlor and Bath House In connection. Address DR. MINA STEWART, 623 W. B. Way, Council Bluffs. Ia. 10.1.4t 00 CEXTS ON THE DOLLAR. We pay biggest commission for selling QUINO. "Best by Test," toilet articles. Goods guaranteed. No money required. Agents wanted. No money required. Agents wanted. Write '.UINO, Dept. B, Nashville, Tenn. 9-10-tf We furnish on credit a supply of thirty-five 'guaranteed toilet arti cles and medicines to worthy men and women agents. Write MRS. MINNIE MEYERS, Room 7 Odd Fellows Building, Memphis, Tenn. for our proposition today. 9.3-tf MRS. T. H. MILES, Tent-her of I'M NO nnd VOICR riio.M-: Y 002ft 7-30-U The Weftern .Mutual Fire Insur ance Company is located at 714 Haw kins Stieet In the Woodman's ofilce with J. J. Fowler as Supervisor. 9-10-lt. TLASSIFIF1 !. : WHITAKER'S CAFE AND LADIES DINING ROOM Polite Attention Call our Rent Cars Quick Serv ice Day and Night. ENOS WHITAKER, Prop. I i 2415 ELM ST PHONEY 4852 g 3 r I ' " " ,;t 1 .' .r- .r- ..dU,.J - -, , I PROrESSIOXAL. W. D. JAMES, NOTARY PUBLIC Park Theatre Building 424 N. Central Ave. Phones: Office Y 15531 Ilea. II. 5892 8-20-tf F. S. KODGEUS, Opt- D. Specialist, Correction of eye 'elects with properly fitted glasses. Oi'iiee: Ontrul Ave, at Bull St. Hours: 1:00 to 5:30. 8-13-12t. R. E. Ii. HOLLAND, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Office 1800 M, Jackson Street Res. 2903 Flora Street Office i'hone Y-6144 Res. Phone H. 0590 I Office Hours: L 8:30 to 10:30 a. m. 3:00 to 5 p. m. Dallas, Texas, A. S. WELLS, Attorney and Councellor at Law 206 Pythian Temple Dallas, Texas. 12-4-52). Dr. B. T. Hamilton, Physician and Surgeon. Room 216 Pythian Temple; residence 8303 1 nomas Ave. Phones'. Office V 6844; residence H. 4027; Office hours: 10 a. m. to 12 m.; I to 6 p. m.; 7 to 8:80 p. m., Dallas, Texas 11-8-ti Dr. Lytle Veterinary Surgeon en animals of all kinds. Office at Peo ples Undertaking Company, 110 N. Pearl street. Hour from 9 a. m., , to 6. p. m, X 1296, residence 8928 Willow street, Dallas, Texas. 7-29-tf DR. J. G. HARDIN, MEDICINE AND SURGERY, OBSTETRICS Office 818 1-3 Borbon St 9 A. M. to 11 A. M. 8 P. M. to 5 P. M. 7 P. M. to 9 P. M. Phones Office Y 6703 lien. Y 2840 DULL WARD,, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON PYTHIAN TEMPLE, PHONES: Y 5537 RES.. X 1901 DR. J. HORACE DODD, rhyskifln and Surgeon, Oilloe 2U4 Williams and Ileiirj Streets. Near Ford Biiililliii?. Oflloj riiune Y 1(128 Rchltienoe Prone X 0315. GOLDEN TONIC (The Wonder) Hit LINK MEDICINE CO., wm. Mr- For Indigestion, Biliousness. Constipation, and Malaria. Now is ! the sickly season. Take Golden.Tonlc I and keeu well Price $1.00. Call at your druggist If they haven't It one hundred and fifty' ($150.00) dol Kend to us for it. 2 ounce sample : lars per month. Experience not necea- Kont free to any who haven't used Colden-Tonic. We have hundreds of testimon ials from sick who have been cured. Clad to send them to any who wishes to read them. 305 South Ervay St. Dallas, Texas. 9-3-tf READ THE SOUTH S GREATEST WEEKLY, THE DALLAS EXPRESS" 11 I nuhllRhed at Dallas. Texas, every Eat ' urday, sold at 1408 E. 9th sueet. Los ADKeles, uai., f none ir man your news to J. U. DANIKl.tt' NEWS STD 140 K. 9th Street, Im Aaxelra, Col. For further Information write 8. B CARR, 100 W. Green Street, Pasadena, Cel., Agent. Excelsior Mutual Benefit Association Dallas, TexLiS Moat people need money when there's death In the family. Some times they want to carry the bod out of town or they may want tc end for a relative. If yon think you need thta kind of SERVICE take Insurance with the EXCELSIOR MTTCAL BENEFIT ASSOCIATION We pay death claims In 24 hours Any person desiring such pro tec tlon, call at rcm 109 Pythian Tern pie, 1549 Elm street A call M. 6E7 H. STRICKLAND, President 8. GOFIBLi), Secitfarj, 11 H II v.- IUUT Fall and Winter SUITS Made to Measure Fred Eruss, 2221 ELM . . , . tt tt , - - - ,.,,--. fciimiiww.K:iL WATCH HARVEY PRESIDENT PF THE ROYAL MUTUAL Agents Wanted W. H. HARVEY, President W. H. LITTLES, Bee. Office 015H Calhoun St Fort Worth, Texas. IMPORTANT NOTICE! To the Officers, Lodges and Members of the Grand United Order of Odd Fellows Juris- diction No. 26, of Texas: This is to notify you that on' and after' Oct. 1, my office ad dress will be 606 E. Commerce street, San Antonio, Texas. ; ' Kindly address all communi cations to this address. Fraternally, B. Y. AYCOCK, D. G. T. 9-24-tf O. V. O. of Knlghta of Shepherd wants one thouxand (1.000) or mor deputies to organize and set up local lodHca In every State of the V. 8. De putiea both men and women are malt- h.m.lr. lllllAAAt HnllfLra tm mr. wa will teach you free. We are represented in inteen (16) states, giving" thousands of men and women work to do In each state, we guarantee you steady employment and regular pay. For District Deputyshlp to. set up lodge anywhere In U. s write Sir U W. Davis. S. O. C. No. 1S06 Michigan avenue. Kansas City, Mo. Enclose 1 cent stamps for speedy tKpy- 4-T-tf HIGH GRADE LEATHER SUIT GASES, HAtiO BAGS AND TRIMS AT HALF PRCIE.fi . l m 1 1 rrvvnrv uu lor your Bum- fi pit trip, as these bargains cn- not be had later. Suit Cases, $6.60 values $a,23 Suit Cases, $15 and $?0 values, $7.60 and $10.00 Hand Bags, $12.60 values 90.29 t t Vf Hand Bags, $20 to $40 values. $10.00 to 820.00 iTunss, za.ou values i ; tUl.25 g Trunks, $30.00 & values $15.00 Large-slee Wardrobe $4.00 Hundreds of other hair- gage goods, In new and un-Hfj redeemed, at 60c on theM'J ! dollar. 2312 ELM STREET Remember the Number Look for the Fame IS B18 BH6GA6E nil