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(r 'A . 'I iSlng the Family Iks PWH61E' weuuifeortV j VoO 5JT Puton'I Put em Sone.1 Nr. ouo wary ,J Jumejres Awr IKTtRNATIONAL CAHrOON COiHTW 9 FJews A dance was given by the Royal Art club at the Pythian Temple Thurs day nlKht. Many pieces of embroidery were on exhibit. A large crowd at tended the dance and everyone nao . nrt tim in 'The Land of Jax." President of the Eagle Mutual Bene-I ..... It would fit Association la a little 111. but bust. I delight to Interest others in nexs la Htlll boumlnn. i the worthy work of the association. Mrs! E L Jones. 2817 Thomas 1 Regular meetings every Sunday after avenue Is also on the sick list i n2" aJ J- m: ve,rr2ne Invited. Mr. Jefferson and family as moving! , The track aDd fieid day under th, from 2801 Thomas avenue to North B""plc of ,tnno Y- C. A. U Satur State street The entire neighborhood ?ay. May 20 on Hall Street Park, regret much to loose hem. ,yJUlr'"" alLthe. -cn,ools and others The Benroy Motion Pictures Cor-1 putslde may register for this Incor poration, has opened a free school tant vent. A small group of high In dramatic art in tho Pythian Tejnple school boys met Tuesday afternoon every Mon. and Tues. nights at 8:00 a"d be'- Captain Lagalie o'clock under the personal supervision of Mr. Roy Farmer, filed director of .1,. Mnfinn niptnr Cnmnra- tlon. This school is for the purpose of preparing young ladies, men and children to produce pictures for our race here In Pallas. All are invited to come out each nitrht Mrs George Larver of Slick, Okla., was in the city to attend the funeral of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Lomax. Mrs. Lonnle Jones of El Paso. Texas was In the city to attend the funeral of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Loinax. Miss Lillian E. Hicks has accepted a position with Lawyer Turneh' and Dr. M. H. Leach, 614 1-2 Commerce. Mrs. Kuth Sublet has been on the sick list for the past tew aays. r the past ij w o y. ummings. presUlent of The i Vaudeville Circuit with Mr. Kd C rnn,nlMntAil headquarters, at fensacoia, .""" and Mr. Chinti Moore, at wun ne Dallas, visited tan Anionio, " and Galveston in the Interest ot me circuit. . A. . 1 Ernest Whitman m sisters, formerly or me mJ Rastus Co., are playing a week s en gagement at the parK, xnis ween. Mr. Clifton C. Boyd and wife Played a very successful engagement at the Park theatre last week. Mrs. J. A. Allen. 2430 Caddo Is vlMltlng Miss Susie Cox of Sherman. Texas of Oak Cliff, lngoaso T HT R Texas. Wear your old clothes to 'The "Poverty Social." Mr. C. W. Williams of Oak Cliff, supervising deputy American Wood men with offices at Shreveport, La was In the Dallas Express office Wed nesday. May S. A prize for the most ragged cos. tume at the "Poverty Social." Rev. J. S. Sulton. pastor of Mount Elam, has returned from Altus, Okla., and reports an addition of S4 members during his revival services there. Mesdame A. Harvey. 3928 Rawlins Is a three month subscriber to the Express. . Mrs. L. E. Morney. 3901 Euclid, has renewed her subscription to the Ex press for six months. Also Mr. Z. K. Kennard. 1716 Ashly Is a three month reader. A prixe for the most ragged cos tume at the "Poverty Social." Mr. Perry Stamps, brother of Miss W. M. Stamps, one of our city teach, ers. died in Washington, D. C, Friday afternoon. Funeral services will be held in Marlin, Texas, Thursday after noon. Don't forget the Priscilla'a Charity Social at Central Roller Rink, May 12 Hi. Miss Martha Holland visited her mother, Mrs. Ella Shelton in Fort Worth, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. 8. B. Campbell, 2430 Clark, a staunch reader of the Dallas Express Is a victim of lagrlrre, his week. Dr. J. L. Van Burtio, formerly of Peoples Drug Store, Terrell, Texas, Is in the city and haa accepted a po sition as prescription clerk at Temple Drug Store. Dr. Van Buren Is a reg. lstered pharmacist and la a class mate of Dr. Williamson, the manager of the drug store. Mrs. Lillian P. Clark of 3004 State street and Mrs. O. M. Prince. 2418 Clark, haa Joined the ranks of the great Dallas Express host of readers. E. B. Oliver of i'ort Worth, a form er Dallas man was In the city last week, the guest of Mr. und Mrs. Nolson Jones, 2811 Cochran street Prof. 1 H. Llghtner, Denever, Colo., Supreme Clerk of the American Woodmen v. as in the city last week visiting friends and relatives. Mrs. Dora Nero, 2417 Clark, who Is sick In bed at her home did not fail to subscribe for the Dallas Ex press while she lay in bed. It is proving a comlorter to the sick. Mrs. 3isle Miles of Muskogee, Ol.la., who has been visiting her daug) ter, Mrs. Mioba Powells, 2819 Hallsville street for the past month left for her home Monday. Mrs. Efl'ie Allen was discharged from McMillan's sanitarium on May 3rd 1922. Mrs. Cora Lott, who wis successfully operated on at McMillans is doing nicely. Mrs. Mary Hewett and Mrs. Laura Si'nrns are undergoing treatment at McMillans. Mrs Bernice Brown of 2125 Clark Street is at Mc Millans. Miss Effie Shaw, head Nurse at McMillans Is ill at tbis writing. Mr. Cliff Blount of Wiley University the armleBs wonder is in the city. Mr. Blount is endeavoring to secure fund to assist him in completing his ing Mrs. Lottie C. Williams of 6123 Victor Street rucieved a telegram frnm her son that her home located at 1204 S. 9th Street, Waco Texas was under water. Mrs. Williams left May 3rd for Waco Texas. Mr. Jlmmle Jones ot 1903 Hall St. spent Sunday in Wills Point visiting May 3rd, for Waco, Texas. WIFE OF DALLAS BUSINESS DIES. MAN Mrs. Rosa Graggs, aged 40, wife of Chas. R. Graggs. local writer. Jour nalist and business nan died at the family homo here, 1910 Hall street, last Thursday morning, April 27, after a brief illness. Surviving, Mrs. Grapgs la a husband and several children. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at New Hope Baptist church. r A a .Turkanu. Dastor officiating. The remains worn shipped to Marlin Texas. 8:45 Sunday nigni wnere ou. rial was made the following- Monday. BRANCH T. M. C. A. ' A splendid rroup of young men met at the Field House lant Sunday after, noon at 4 p. m. AUhouuh the speaker Pa Always Says Something at the wrong i of the occasion was not present, very profitable evening was enjoyed. The secretary set forth the plana and program of the "Y" for the month of May which were heartily approved of ',?'. everai gave their names to rKea ln DW register ea,r,jy.-'or the different events. Prizes will be awarded the winners accord - " to finishes. Many of our subscribers to the an. nuf, budget have paid their pledges "t in full, others have a small bal- unCB due- Every pledge was counted n the campaign as 100 per cent good, 'bose who have not made their pledges good, the association will greatly ap preciate an early remittance In full. . J, P. RICE. Executive Sec'y. OAIXAS L1WYKR APPOINTED TO ItKI'ltRSKNT IMKXIA Oil, SVIVDf CAI'IO AND liNSUUANCK INTKIt. ESTS. Hon. Robert T. H. Simmons. preRl- dont of Dcroloc Mexia Oil Syndicate , Dallas, Saturday, April 29. appointment of Lawyer A. S. Wells was affected by 'm ,to represent the Interests of the Mutual Fire Insurance Co., of Texas f whlch ne lg one of lt8 ,,trongegt financial backers. Mr. W. H. Moore of this city is president of the Fire Insurance Company and while here he was a guest of Mr. Moore at his home, 2821 Thomas avenue. MR. AND MHS. WALKER BNTKItltAIN. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Walker, enter tained at the hospitable home of their friend, Mrs". Ellen Brown, 3529 Mea dow street last Friday evening. April 28, about ten couples, to a real "in the arood old days" Dutch luncheon. It was an enjoyable affair where i miiali. a nrl nfhAr (nnnnnnt nleAsiiren I swelled the occasion to the Joy of all present HENDRICKS-AUSTIN WEDDING. At the home of Mrs. Minnie Austin, 2208 Allen street, last Sunday even ing at 4 o'clock there terminated the short ibut eventful chase of Dan Cu pid, that goddess of love which knows of no defeat. The contracting parties being R. H. Hendricks and Mrs. Minnie Austin. At the hour above stated. Rev. Harper, assistant pastor of St John Baptist church entered and perrormed tne solemn vows that made them man and wife. A large crowd of friends, both white and Colored witnessed the af- laiT; , . . ... The counle was showered with con- . gratulatlons by their friends. In thefar thoae whose presence were there living room or me nome wnere me la agSured- f having had a most pleas ceremony took place, resembled a ; (n(jr tlme of tnelr ufe- It consisted of bank of roses protruding from the djfferent games as base ball, picture breast of mother nature, t lowers be- taking and etc. At the usual time of Ing in profuse In all parts of the.a plcn0 dinner, this Sunday school building. served its dinner and all flocked to many useiui mi ""J". '"", bride and groom by both Colored and white mends. Refreshments consisting delicacies were served. of frosen WILEY UNIVERSITY. X. W. Dogttn, Pre. A Summer School and Summer Normal will be conducted Jointly at Wiley University, Marshal, Texas De ginning June 12th, 1922. A strong fac ulty and fine equipment. Expenses: Registration $2.00; Tuition, Summer School (12 weeks) $15.00; Summer Normal (8 weeks) $10.00. Board and room need not exceed $20 a month. Write President M. W. Dt ;:an, about Summer School courses or H. B. Pem berton about Summer Normal subjects. 5-6-3t OAK CLIFF NEWS. Mrs. J. Green of 1102 E. 9th Street, has returned from Corsicana,where she attended the bed side ot hei' sis tor, Mrs. Florence Cartel-. Mrs. A. B. Ellis of 102S E. 9tii St. was burled Sunday April 30th with Woodmen honors from Smith Chapel, A. M. E. church. Rev. Weakly of St. Paul M. E. Church officiating. The following out of town relative were present: Mother and Father, Mr. ana Mrs. Torn Moore of Pilot Point; Sis ters: Mrs. N. J. Green of Oklahoma City, Mrs. Aisle Clark, of Denton, Miss Lillian Moore of Kansas City, Mo. Brothers: Messrs. W. U Moore of Pilot Point, David Moore of Okla. City, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Moore of New Mexico. Cousins: Mr. and Mrs. James Haywood of Mineral Wells, Mr. .1. Kirsey of Mineral Wells and Mr.Hon ry Thomas of Ft. Worth. Mrs. Fannie Berry of Lewlsville, who was operated on at Hames Sani tarium, has returned home. Mr. J. N. Nichols of 1230 Hutchison St., who was accidently hurt a few weeks ago. Is very much improved. Mrs. W. W. Harp of Texarkana, Tex as, who has been visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Neal or 824 Beltcrson Circle, has returned home. Mrs. Mary Jones of 1227 Hutchison 3t., wbo underwent an operation at Parkland Hospital, is improving at this writing. Mr. and Mrs Arthur Mack of Colo rado Street who were forced to floe from the high water, are domiciled with Mr. and Mrs. P. A Bacon, 3iK Cliff Street. Mrs. Venia Collier of 1106 N. Better ton Circle Is very 111 at this writing. Mrs. A. L. Swann of 1124 E 9th St. has returned from a vsit to CoratMn. Tlmflf . -. . 1 V I I : 1 I iuELL.UJHfc.-JDll.J II IT closet I (vSHuew r-J (h652i3 Lcmre10 60 L 9 ' it Vo0 Sophie jl I u,s (SHtFMiMe-Tri m '--UUj2F -7 17 M I f J T J IF 7 II tA I V V ---', 'U " I jora i ; i Mrs. Viola Hughes of 1216 K. fith St. is again up after an illness of several weeks. Mrs. Signora . Boswell. Mrs. 1! B. WIMlams, Rev. Sturks and wife, and Rev A. F. Johnson left Monday, May 1st for the general conference of the C. M. E. church at St. Louis. Mo. Mrs. Sadie Hooper of 12' 6 N. Bish op who has been ill is up and able to be about. Leave your News Items at Perm's Drug store or Wolfs Groceiy Pi ore. Show your race pride by doing and nol talking. Help us give Oak Ciiff belter Newn service by suljsrlh'ns for the Express and paying promptly. Express: 20 cents per month', pay able in A-D-V-A-N-C-E. LINCOLN MANOR. , Rev. J. K. Blair preached at 11 a.m. Sunday at Moseleys' Chanel. At 3 p.m. Rev. VV. W. WilllamB delivered an excellent sermon. Rev. M. A. Moseloy preached a powerful sermon at the night services. Collection for the day $18 50. Mrs. A. Robinson is on the sick list The Charity Club was entertained ' at Mrs. Hoovers on Hooper street. 1 a h..i..,. -,,,i A delicious menu was served. Mrs. Roy Baker, who has been very 111 is improving. An anniversary wiil be given under the auspices or the Pastors Aid Soci ety, from May 8th to 14th. at C. M. E. church In behalf of their Pastor. Rev. J. S. M. Alexander. Lincoln Manor boaats of a populat ion of 1500 people.The Express has on a drive for 250 subscribers by j June 1st 1922. Has Lincoln Manor enough race pride to reach this obj- i ective by June 1st 1022. j Leave all News Items at Miss Tina . Moseleys' 1833 Anderson St. Those j who want and are willing to support better News service, give your sub-j scriptions to Miss Moseleys. I Sunday was a big day at Mt. Horeb i Bnptist Church. Sunday school was good. The teacher3 and officers were at thenr posts. At 11 o'clock, Rev. Harell preached a sermon for the Star Light Band, which wa3 followed by a program by the children, at 3p.m Rev. Wooten preached a strong ser mon for the Missionaries. At night a glorious speaking nieetin - was held. At 3 p.m. Garth Chapel worshiped with us. Sollection for the day:, $10.10. Rev. J. K. Wooten, Pastor. Mr. J. E. Hendricks of Anderson St. spent Sunday in Frisco with his sister Mrs. Julia B. Holt. 0n priday 0f last week there was ft p)cn0 glven at Tyler's Lake toy the members of the Missionary Sunday School, It was one of the most en- v.iA tki. .v.... the "snread" for its encouragement1 At the close of the Picnic the mem bers went by one of the neighbors' houde and had a social affair, so the whole day was completely arranged for enjoyment for those who was present The next affair riven by the school will strive to -bo still hotter than this and 'hope more friends will participate. Tuesday there will be a "Season's" Dance at Gilton's hall given by Mr. R. Revis and Mr. J. C. Clark, It Is expected to be one of the grandest hits of this season. Everyone come out and enjoy yourself. Mr. Eugene Marlin and his Jaxzl ficd hounds are rehearsing every night before they leave for their tour over the states and Europe. "Ain't that a pain." Mrs. Amallai Bonner, who resides at 1228 E. Annie street has been 111, but is expecting a speedy recovery. Last week, the violin recital given by Mr. A. E. Hen tricks was a very pleasing success, there was a large attendance at the approval, the most competent selection given the young man was of his own composition, "Nightingales on a Moonlight Picnic" which when he played it the house was pleased and applauded him to the highest and every one wanted a copy of the selection after it was over. Mr. J. R. Hunter, after earring Miss Signora Cox home, one night last week, was speedily help up and the parties recovered eight cents from DAVE WYATT OPINES TIAT TCTT ! JACKSON S1101LD HOLD OKI' j MATCH WITH SAH LANliFORD ! FOR A WHILE. Detroit, Mtch., May 4. Tut! Tut!! Tut!!! on the Tut Jackson stufi whi ch has the younger scrappes afraid to meet Sam Langtord in another tilt. If JadVon's manager is wise he will stay awny from the Luugford game. .h.clrnnn hR n hrlirht futiirA nnrl if properly handled should soon work hta U'uv tn tho frnnt aa a firatlnna ! drawlngcard. Many a youngster with a future has had his fond hopes dash ed to nothingloss by bad management. Jackson should woik his way to the top by easy btages, Dempsy worked among the eusy marks for a long time and when he decided to take a shot at the tough marks he had plen ty of confidence. There Is nothing to be gained by fighting the aged and decrepit Sam, but them Is danger of damaging loss of prestige. Langford is blind in one eye, but still has a Btlff' wallop that he manages to get home now and then and It often scores a win. He can also absorb a world of gaff. It taks a mighty fighter to put the an cient one down for the count, with hln foxlness ai.d prestige among the referees, etc. That was shown hen THE DALLAS EXPRESS, PALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 6, 1 . . A I QUEEJT CHIC NEWS. Rev. Mrs. Burns is conducting a revival at St. Paul A. M. E. church Rev. Jenkins held quarter at St. Paul and the following was report ed, money raised during the quarter $705.00, Money raised for the quater: $102.67. Two additions and one Bapt ism. Rev. Johnson Pastor. - Rev. Johnson and congregation of St. Paul, worshipped with Rev. Odam of Friendship Baptist church. Mrs. T. E. Tolan of 2025 Lattimer has been ill but is able to be up again The Charity Club of Queen City met at Mrs. Welchs' on Dildock Street, May 3rd. This club is doing real char ity work. The Queen City Nell Rose Social Club met at Mr. and Mrs. Laura Lar kins. A splendiid meeting was held. Mr. Robinson of 3501 Roberts St. who suffered a severe Injury Is rest ing 'nicely at this writing. You will find the Express at the Casey Street Drug Store and Kirk woods' Grocery store. Leave all News items at on of thise places. It Ib the purpose of the Express to establish a circulation route in Queen City and Wheatley Place. This will enable us to give you better news servlse. We want 250 subscribers by June 1, 1922. Those who want real News service can help bring this about by subscribing for the Express. Help us In our efiort to give you better service. MILL CITY TRl'K TINE. Hurrah! Hurrah! for the Great 40 night campaign which began April 4. at True Vine Baptist . Church Mill City. Rev. P. M. Mitchel. pastor. Every ni ght has been a soul stirring night and every body has been uplifted. Sunday April 30th. Sunday School at 9:45 Supt. and teachers were at their post. High noon Dr. Taylor took the Btand and preached a noble serm on, it being the 5th Sunday. The sisters were uplifted. Sunday evening at 3:30 the pastor taught a Btrong lesson on grieving, afterward Rev. C. Stevens, pastor of Tyler, Texas, delivered a wonderful address to the church. Every body was silent as the Hero explained himBelf. Mill City is rapidly progressing: spritualy and financially. Eleven were united to the church for Baptism Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Miles are attending the ho me of Mr. and Mrs. Lomax, who were drowned during the flood. J. L. Evans, Reporter. him. Mr. Wendell Simmons seems to be the hold "Joke" of club at each meet, ing, he laughs from the time he en ters until the time to dismiss, can one suggest a remedy for this caseT Mr. W. T. Warren of Ardmore, Okla., passed through this city Friday cn his way to Cleburne, to visit his sick mother, all are hoping a speedy recovery for her. It is really a puzzle to the junior choir members of Mt Gilead church that so many young men come there with expectation of earring home of the young ladies home, but are Ji. ftjipolnted. Tuesday night seemed to have been one of those nights. Why Is it that Mr. Dalter Allen, suggested a spotlight at club meet ing Monday night? Mr. W. W. Jackson of .this city visit ed some of his rlends in Keystone, Texas, last w. ek. Mr. Rhodrick Houston of Denlson. Texas, is a visitor in this city ha is very popular with the new dancea if you wish to learn any of them see him. Mr. and Mrs. Pewee drifted. a few days ago to Beevllle to spend their honeymoon. The young man's great grand father willed to him a part of his flower bed to which he is suppos ed to build his home. Mr. Thomas Allen, the Jet black oil king, ivill be In this city for a few days and then return to his native, land, Africa. Mr. Johnnie Lacy Of this city has been wrnn on the trail of Mr. Wm. Anderso.i for the last few days so without any success, he gave up . his triumph. Mt. Gilead MIsoU-m S. 8. Due to the fact that the weather was not pcrniissablc for many o.t the numbers to be present Sunday, but nevertheless the good work was car ried on. The superintendsnt was at hand at the usual hour instructing the master's work to those present he managed to stay with Wills some time ago. Young Jackson has been In the habit of facing fellows, who when they fell from one of his blows they remained down. It was not thus with Langford. The anclrnt Sam probably pulled the stunt for a purpose. It is a little trick that always puts a dam per upon the ambitious youngster when he seemliitjly downs an oppon ent several times but he does not stay down. The vetern scrappers and their managers have bag after bag of tricks for the unsuspecting public and Inex perienced boxers; so if Tutt Jackson is wise, he will continue to steer cle ar of the Tate, Langford and Comp any game. PICTI RES HARRY WILLS AS ANO THER PETF.R JACKSON. (By Preston News Service) Nov York, City. Way 4. According to Tommy Burns, fornior heavyweight chan i'.ion, who is now us-Ing his right to write wonderful news Items for the London papers about the "Manly Art-, Burn's opinions are widely printed and generally respected when bo talks about ring matters. Expostula ting about present condition of the heavy weight class, Burns says: "The onyl fighter who has a real good cha Plshei iPOT OUR 0 - I ZIUAktllLl' nee at all times is Harry Wills. Prob ably no boxer knows Wills as well as I do, as I referred two contests for him, one against Sam Langford and one against Jim Johnson. Wills won both fairly easy. " Wilis Is as big as Jack Johnson and a better natural fighter than he ever was, but not as good in defense. Wills is another Peter Jackson. STAR LIGHT BAPTIST CHURCH. Sunday school was well attended Subject: "A young Man called of God " The lesson is found in Islah 6. 1-8. and was taught by sister Gussie Thomas and reviewed by pastor Tur ner Davis. 11 o'clock Service. Devot ional service by Deacon Hill, then the pastor preached a strong sermon, bis text Matt. 4. -10 Adjournment. 3:30 p.m. Devotional eervico, by Deacon Taylor, after which the pastor took the stand and delivered, a splendid sermon. Text: "A man can not live by bread alnoe" The following five men of God was present and each delivered a fifteen minute sermon: Revs. Websy, Freeman, Rev. M. Brown, Revs. Thompson and McKenly. each sermon was enjoyed by all and we highly appreciate their comming. Col lection, $13.42. SIsler Rebecaa, Johnson, Pres. . Sister Scott, Viec Pres. Sister Clayton, Sec. Sister Gussie Thomas, Reporter. CARD OF THANKS. We wish to thank our many friends and neighbors for their deeds of kindness, during the illness and death of our wife and aunt, Lillie Beed and we are very grateful for the beauti ful floral contributions by House hold of Ruth No. 238. The Excelsior Mutual, Mr. and Mrs. Bird and Mrs. Dora Holt Camp. We are asking Je hovah's choicest benediction upon each of you. Sincerely yours, SAUL, BEED, Husband and other relatives. NOTICE DALLAS PATRIARCHY. All members of the Dallas Patriar chy who have ordered suits are re quested to meet Wednesday night at 80'clock at office ot D. G. S., J. P. Starks, Dallas Express building. The outfits are expected to be here. Come on time. B. C. CHOICE, M. V. p. J. Q. STARKS. W. P. 11. NOTICE JTElfUERS ALGIERS LOIXiE JiO 44. Jf. OF r. All members are nreentlv ronneot. ed to meeet 3rd Monday. May 15. I MS IS tne last meet ne hnfnra th 3 Grand Lodge and important business win De transacted. t F. C. A. LYRAELS, C. C. TO THE WANT" FRIEWDS AND AS- W"IAIK! OF MRS. J. It. m.AS. fl'ER. ONE OF THE CONTESTANTS IN THE MAY FRST. She hum maH. ft nnn .mnt nn A .it t. placlnir votes In the following places: v. iv. j n 1 . r. 11 r M w 208 North Central. PRIDE OF DALIAS CAFE. 2204 Hnll street. THE PARISIAN BEAITT PAR LOR, 807 North Central, and at 1800 Jackson St. CARD OF THANKS. W wl.h n IK..1, m. ........... ... .ru, ,.in,,y lllCIlUa ror the kindness rendered us and the tlPR II f 1 f 1 1 1 Inr.l nffa.ln. A. . - loved brother and uncle, also aunt Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Lomax, who were drowned at Palmer. Texas, April 25. The bodies were shipped to Dallas, for bu lal Sundav, April 80 from the rTnncrAPAtlnnal rhninh TX. mt.t. . especially thank the members of Adah -.napier pio. j. u,. a. xor tneir oeau. tlfiil floral offering. May Qod s blessings be upon all of you. Signed: MRS. LAURA WALK BR, Sister. CARD OF THANKS. We wish to thank our many friends and neighbors for their deeds of kindness during the Illness and death of our beloved Ife and sister, Bessie Mae Taylor. Pl!-ae accept our heart felt thanks for service and beautiful floral offerings. W. H. TAYIX1R. Husband. MABI iS FORT. Sister. AN EXPRESSION OF GRATITlt'B. Svmnrthv Is so sweet when death Invade our homes taking from u. our loved ones leaving It sad and des olate. The family or wr. jonn Lioya ho departed this lire Thursday, April 20. wish to exoreas their deepest gratitude and appreciation to their many rrionda ana neignuors tor ineir comfort and cheer In so dark an hour. Tour floral offerings were nany and so beautiful, and it was you dear friends and neighbors who placed yourscl.es as a staff that enabled us to lean upon to stand this awful trial, again please accept our sincere thanks. nigneu: Mrs. Leda Lloyd, Wife. " Miss Maggie Lloyd, Daughter. Tom Lloyd. Brother. RUTH LODGE NO. 62 , ' A. F. and A. M. Meets 2nd and 4th ' Friday niphts in each month, Pythian Temple. All visiting Masons welcome. A. ALI-OKD. W. M. SAM'L BARROW, Sec'y. 8-1-It y f 0 e3cmi 0 R 'OA R $5.00 $3.00 REAliXG GLASSES. We Examine Eyes and Pit Glasses That's What We Do, but We Do It RIGHT. JOM A. ITAltRIS D. I- WILSON Optometrist and Optician New Location, Akar4 llflnffi Kim mrA Mala J0v&i3&tnn , ajsT,,..tl )tf'w.:X3wt ST. JOHN'S INSTITUTION he'-, Pr Dauasjux'-o ' N, f w Vj ; (sis... : '-i?,Hu V.--, ' ir r-r Vi j"5 The Opening Exercises begin the 3rd Sunday lu May and con tinues until the fourth Sunday in July. THE BIG OCCASION! WE SHALL EXPECT YOU. : ' For Information or programs call H. 2621. HAIRDRESSER. Madam Ellis, is an experienced hair dresser, always gives satisfaction to her customers and guarantees the hft,',r to grow, cures dandruff, stops railing hair and Itching scalp and produces a luxurious growth of hair Come and take the first treatment and be convinced. RES. 1711 PRESfcTON, PIIONB H. KOI1. 4-22-St WEAK WOMEN ATTENTION If you suffer with FEMALE TROUBLES, such as Ovarian Pains, Pains in the lower part of your Stom ach, Bearing-down Pains, Headache, Backache. Whites, Painful or Irreg ular periods. If you have that tired, wornout, Nervous and run-down feel ing so common to women. If you have tried all kinds of medicines and doctors, and even though you have been told that an operation was nec. essary YOU MAY HE MADE WELL AND KTUMMft A.T. A IW Tt.'i.. c.n..a booklet of Information and advice to uch jr. THE PELVO MEDH'INR CO. Dept. A-6 Memphis, Tenn. 6-.4t Wanted To adopt a little girl or 7 years old, must be healthy. Good home and education given. Address Mr Ed Kreh, Temple, Texas. 5-6.lt Residence Lots. ATTENTION, COLORED PEOPLE tew '"-da concerning the IDEAL ADDITION. The entire ad dition is free and clear from any debt, not five cents owing on any lot. Deed and abstract showing a per fect title is given when you have paid one-half of the purchase price of any lot so that you are taking no chances In any way when you buy an IDEAL ADDITION lot. Bandy loam soli, not deep sand but a real loam, the finest land In the world for gar den, fruit, chickens and hogs. Why ever buy In he black mud section of Dallas and bog up every time it rains? And, rompmber this the IDEAL ADDITION Is the prettiest the cleanest .and the fastest selling addition ever put on the market In Dallas for COLORED PEOPLE. With 300 lot In the IDEAL ADDITION and 106 lots in the NEW IDEAL NUM BER TWO ADDITION we have now less than 100 left in the year and a half time that the addition has been on the market We are now selling mostly in the IDEAL NUMBER TWO addition, beautiful lots, 60x110 feet to a 10-foot alley, for only I6R0, and for 16 cash and J6 monthly, NO IN TEREST OR TAXES and you may start bulMlng any time you please after making your first payment We also help you build, loaning you money, and we also sell homes very cheap and on very easy terms. RE MEMBER THIS: Our terms are so easy that any man, woman or child, can buy and pay for a lot In the IDEAL ADDITION. Salesmen on the ground from 9 to 6:30 p. m. every Sunday can meet you any day during the week at the addition. You can reach the addition by taking Ervay car to the end of line, going one block east to the Central Railway, then 'south on it to Anderson street which leads you EAST direct to the addition. If driving, go out Holmes street to brick store opposite Metxer's Dairy, then east one block to Central Railway, thence on Anderson street tha addition. Hundreds Dleaaed. satisfied customers will endorse the IDEAL ADDITION as the one choice r'ace in Dallas for Colored people in v hlch to buy and live. Further infor mation given from phone X . 208R, residence E. 8784 or at office, 801-2 Slaughter Bldg., 1017 Mam street. . iiwit. riRvmriPMENT CO. . 4-22-tf SUMMER FORMAL INSTiTl'TH and SUMMER SCHOOL (Combined) at SAMUEL HUSTON COLLEGE, Austin. Texas Opens June 12 Eltit Week Tuition f IO.OO Courses offered in Science, Latin, Home Industrloa, MlMnory and all subjects required for Teachus 's Certl of Education for Teachers' Certi ficates Trtll bj taught. College cred its will be given for work done in sumuier school. Write for lnf on nation J. B. ItAXDOLPIL Pres. Samuel Huston College, Austin. Texas. I. Q. HURDLE, Conductor, .Summer Normal, Austin, Texas, 1517 E. 12. 5-6-lt IS NOW READY TO CPBI! C. COLUMBUS HARPER, Pres. GET MAnHIRD! Mary refined Colored men and women seeking early marriage through the Creole Correspon. dence Club. Stamps for partic ulars. MRS. EUNICB R. KUI.-(-IM, nx 8, Felsom. La. 4-16-4t PROFESSIONAL. DR. OEO. M. MITSCIIUS, MEDICINE and SURGERT, Office 12th and Calhoun Streets Fort Werth, Texas. ' . . ' . l-85-tf W. IL McMillan, M. D. " Phones: Office, H. 7266; Res. II. 4368. L. G. Plnkston, M. D. , , Phone H. 7266 DKS. McMlLLAV & PINKSTOJJ, Physicians and Surgeons at McMillan sanitarium Cor. Hall and State Sts. . Dallas, Texas. 2-4-tf 1R8. POUTER ft PORTER, Physician and burgeons Special attention given to diseases of women and children and venereal diseases. Office Hours: i to 11 a. is. 2 to 4 p. m. 7 to 9 p. m. Phone Y 0805 2418 1-2 Elm St " R. E. L. HOLLAND, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Office 1800 Jackson Street Res. 2914 Thomas Ave Office Phone Y-6144 Res. Phone H. 1724 Office flours: 8:30 to 10:30 a. m. 3:00 to 6 p. m. Dallas, Tex.' 6.2 t-U A. 8. WELLS. Attorney and Councellor at Law 206 Pythian Ttniple Dallas, Texas. 12-4-62t. Dr. R. T. HsU&IItoa. Physician in.1 Surgeon. Room 21K PvthUn Tnnii residence 830S Tnomas Ave. Phone: umce x D544; residence H. 4027; Office hours: 1" a. m. to 13 m.; I to 6 p. m.; 7 to 8:10 p. m., Dallas, Texas 11-8-tf Dr. Lytla Vterinarr 2nrean an animMs of all kinds. Office at Pee plet Undertaking Company, 110 N. Pearl street Hours frra a. m., te 6 p. m. X 1296. residence 8918 winew street, Dallas, Texas. . 7-29-tf SII1G ER SE17IHG IMCIIIilES. NEW ANO SECOND-HAND. We buy, sell, rent and repair any make. Our prices less. No down town high rent. GEO. V. WATTOV, Y 6018 Phones T 2441 1716 St Louis 8t BLACK SWAN K'-CCRDS Records You Missed a Good . , Woman When You picked. All Over , Me. - : ( Down Home Blues, Arkansas, Blues, How Long, Sv. t Pad dy, How Lci.g? Ain't It a Shame. Any Record 75c; postage 10c. Any , 3 Records 82.25 Postpaid '1 MISS L. A. SHAW, 1717 Hall 8U Dallas, Tis Write for free Catalogue Ex ceSsior Mutual Binsfii Association Dallas, Texas Me? people need mny when there's death In the family. Some times they want to carry the bedy out of town er they may want to send for a relative- If you think you need t'Ja k.nd ef SERVICE take Insurance with the . EXCELSIOR MUTUAL ErYOT ASSOCIATION Wa pay death claims la I ueuro. Any person desiring each rreteo tion, at room 209 Pythla Tem ple 2549 Elm S', or cail T, iiil. H. STRICKLAND, President, S. rOFlEIJ), aecreCAr. i 4 j J .. .' ' it 11 ''