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THE DAI.I-AS EXPRESS. D.VM.A'4, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 6, 1922.
-r PRICE GUT! The QUICK, SAFE Hair Sireigbcsi on Sals at a Real Bargain. Figure Here is a wonderful opportunity for a every member of the Negro Race chance to eet the world's only SAFETY hair straightener at a reduced bargain price. You have seen the famous Lee SAFETY Hair Straightener advertised. Thousands have been sold at the regular price of $3.50. But, due to a lucky purchase of materials, we have made op several hundred of these patented stralghteners which we can sell at a big reduction. Read every word of thJj announcement and don't miss this unusual opportunity to own The Lee SAFETY lair Straiffhtener boiuets' nest In Hairy Clay Smith, editor of the Cievo.unu ja.ette. timi tl has aliways oueu a ttiora la tua side 01 tiepuucuna -.n this, ritate. Two years ago this same smith ran ror secretary oi State and polled bl.OSl votes lor more than the total vote cast for AV nils In 1S18 as candidate for renomlnat.on the Governor ship. There are upwards of 125.000 Negro voters in the Stata a Ohio and more daz ever they are realizing the Importance of voting as a unit. KKUUO t'HU,lKr:X 1 JUSICJ jir MOltV lOM'EST. DALLAS BAND HOUSE, OA LI. AN, 1923 Main Street. I'hane T 8824 This handsome instrument ) product of a Negr In- R una is in oniy ante ana acienuuo umr uau'm- oulckly and easily makes tha moat Stubborn, tangled hair straight and silky. Notice tha pat- ff ented aafety guard, which is lifted off while the stralghtener la being heated and replaced wren conibln g begins. Because oi true guaro, ue t j- --j BAJKTT Hair Btralghtenar rT I T Can't Burn The Scalp! i f Unrna nA nthmr lniurlea sometimes cause blood poisoning and bnldnr.ua. The Lee SAFETY makes there injuries lMPOBHmuni. Anyooay can use It. Needed In every home, barber shop and besuty parlor and it sale FOR A LIMITED T1MH ONL.IT at a le wltala the reach el all. SEND NO MONEY Jost send your name and address, without any money, and we will forward a beautiful, ilckel plated Lee SAFETY, as Illustrated here. V,'hen It, is delivered, pay tha postman ealr .SO and a few cents'- postago. Then, If not satisfied after examining the Lee BAFBTT, return It la rood conditio! and ret your money back at once. This sale will end BOON. Then the price goes back to 11.60. Get your Lee BAFBTT for only f J.&0 by ordering It today. Address LEE SAFETY HAIR STRAIGHTENER CO. Department " 1800 E. 12th St, Kansas Ci!y MA FTCST CLASS FINISHES AFRICAN SCHOOL (Continued from page 1) a as all times about one hundred each hundred unlive teacher-pastors In many outlying statf ns where farm. liiK. reading ami Christianity are tmiKht every day to twicer groups. There are many native churches scat tered about the country for acoros of miles in all directions, attended bv S,AU0 Christians and thousands of others who are likely to become so at any tlmo. Tha Central Training Kchool at headquarters Is steadily growing. There are classes in do mestic science, laundry-work, hygiene, and a doscn other rudimentary things for the women In addition to their instruction from work, seed selection, plowing, harrowing. planting, har. Testing, storage, crop rotation, dairy work and animal nusnaniiry. raijty try, furniture making, brlckmaktng and laying, etc. The men are taugni how to grow and harvest broom corn, make the tufts into brooms for the loral market which is good, and there are other such special work to make ure that every native Christian can and will enter Into the new scheme of things with a trade of some kind that will raise him to a level in pro portion to his increased requirement" (bemuse of education and conversion. In 1917 or work faced a crisis which we had failed to foresee be-c-io-e there was so much to do for ao many years. Our teachers we had 1,,,-n training in the central mission school had taught all they knew and ti.e people of the villages wanted more! Ho we added higher courses at the home school up to about the sixth form and gave the teachers Instruc tion at intervals. Now we have our first graduating class at work after Minn Conference and entrusted to a most difficult post by unanimous con sent. These men are the highest In dividual products of our mission work. Hut we nave young men and women educated at our mission schools all over South Africa. There are so many In Johannesburg that we had to send a misxiimarv down there to take care of their spiritual life. He has mission teaching (join on in sixty-three min ing compounds, touching some 18,- Anil hallua til, ,11. "This kind of mission work Is the most fascinating calling In the world. That's whv we call stlclc-at-it-for good. I was the first teacher at old timtall and I began with one pupil, a lad named,, Kaduku Flaha. he came for one hour each day. Dr. Gurney, our medical man, is also a veteran of twenty years' service, or more, de spite the rigors of the climate, we all expect to die in the harness, work ing in uplifting a whole people to a plane of civilization, comfort and mo- Topeka. Kas. Negro Children have grcaver taste lor niunic thun do the children of White parents in Topeka. This was shown in the filial concert of the niuBlc. memory contest recent ly neid in the Topeka schools. Three Bthuols attended entirely by Negroes won the three flrBt places In the con test, and a school of nearly all white children won fourth place. Throughout the winter the music aupervlHors In the public schools ha ve been giving the children short con certs or selections from the best com posers of the world. After givlns the children the tegular music lessons the teacher would provide a phono graph or an instrumental or vocal number. With some regularity during the winter there have been concerts arra nged by local musicians at which the selections arranged lor the contest were played ' by different people on different instruments. As types of the selections In the contest it might be noted that Handel, Beethoven, Saint saens, Wagner, and Mendelssohn were some of the composers whose music played prominent parts in the coutest. At the final concert all the 20 num bers were played and the teams .of the different schools reported from memory the name of the selection and the composer. There had been elimin ation contests In the schools until the five who won In each school were sel ected as the team from that school. The purpose of the contest was to create a greater interest in good mus ic among the children. It was felt that doing this would create an in creased Interest In music amoug thoir parents also. Both ends ere accom plished, as the fathers and niotbers did take a great deal of interest in the contest and there has been a vast improvement in the attendance at ev ery musical intertalnment offered in the city during the winter. The fact that the Negro schools won the first three places in the con teat was not a Fupri3e to those who had studied the musical taste and tra ining of the people of the city. The result of the concert demonstrated that the tmiBlcal training of the white children generally had been sadly neglected, while the contest afforded the Negroes an opportunity to im prove their natural musical inclin ations more rapidly. press won In two contests and has the honor of being the fashion plate of the town. The C. M. K. church, Kev. Flournoy. pastor, also entertain ed a crowded house with a style show. Mrs. Viola McKee-Wrlght sung a most beautiful song. Kooeri atones is the chief apeaker for all religious entertainments. Kev. Thomas, pastor of the A. M. K. church Is getting along O. K. with Ma new charge. Rev. K. U Castle, the new ordained preacher has the influence of the white people In Lubbard. Mrs. Will Warren and Mrs. Fay Parker underwent an operation and hv ia o-nttinir along nicely. Mrs. K. Jack Johnson and Mrs. Clara LEEDY and LUDWIG DRUMS james, wno have Deen nuiw Improving, also Mrs. Martha Connor unil Ml. nf (St- Louis). MrS. Amos of Dallas entertained a crowded bouse, two evenings with her jubilee songs which was a great hit among the white people. TEXAS. 1 . State Agent KING BAND INSTRUMENT. MASSAC H I,'! KITS IIOlSK FASHES A.MI-J,YMHIN KKSOLVK. Trotter (Jets Over $UW. l'urse At (iol d"it Testimonial. Boston, Mass., May 4. Yesterday the Massachusetts House of Repres entatives pased tho Anti-Lynchlng reoultion petitioned for by the Nati onal league of Colored Americans for Equal Rights, Rev. M. A. N. Shaw, president, which calls on the U. S. Senate and Us judiciary committee to entact federal legislation against lynching. A delegation of the League, headed by Secretary, Win. Monroe Trotter, sat in the gallery and thank ed Representatives Myers and Kidder alter the vote. The Boston branch of the N. A. A. C. P. petitioned each member of the House for the resolution, evincing a spirit of cooperation. The passage was of special significance as Senator Lodge is the Republican leader or the Senute. Chicago 111., May 4. The Pullman Company has begun tho organization of the Pullman Porters Chorus, with orchestra and band auxiliaries. There are over 9.000 porters on the Pullman payroll. To train these men the ser vices of Major N. Clark Smith have been obtained. He is one of the lead iuir negro musicians of tho country and was In charge of music at Tus kegec Institute during the lifetime of Booker T. Washington. The Pullman Company divides the r".r'z .i, nmiH .rive them last United States Into eight zones. In spring. There are only four of them, I each a COurug 0f 60 voices will bo or f our others felt they had o go b ack , , d , the Chlcago district it Is Xecontinng tolhJd. XtVom probale that this number will be dou now on we will have a few graduates ( blod Wnen the entire country Is or each year. ui..-, ganized and the various units obtain The graduates arr a. ..! it I. nlnnned tn hold once UOIOiaii v ii i ... i . jii ui.v. .i ... j i v f I'lTLMAX rORTKRS WILL SING FOR PASSENGERS. HAMPTON WILL ENTERTAIN NOT- AKLKS AT t'LOSINU. BECOMES (LIKE PICTURE) Huffy, Soft. Silky. Long usng Herolin POMAOC HAIR DRESSING. Pleasantly perfumed, not atickyorciimmy Hcrolin stimulates and nourishes the roots of tue hair causing- nappy, coarse, stubborn, kinky or short hair to grow soft, long, silky, easy to manage, so you can do it up in any stvle. Kemovrs DAN DRUFF and Stops ITCIIINO SCALP. Dqh 't be fooltii. Be sn r you grt Jfttvlin. Sold by Drug Stores or VNO tS CENTS dump or cotn) toraMrhox HiaOlIM MBDtCIHK CO., A?ni. OnrU Writ for A Tmrma and DRUMMERS TRAPS VKOA GUITARS, BANJOS and MANDOLINS. Musical Merchandise of all kinds. Re pairing on all Instruments. J. J. CLEtiG, fro. a. V. O. of Knights of Shepherd wanta one thousand (1,000) or mora deputies to organise and set up local lodges In every Stat of tha U. & De puties both men and women are mak ing one hundred (f 100.00) dollars t one hundred and fifty ($160.00) dol lars per month, Experience not neces sary, we will teach ou free. We are represented in tuteen (15) states, giving thousands of men and women work to do In each state. W guarantee you steady employment and regular pay. For District Deputyshlg to set up lodge anywhere In U. B. write Blr U W. Davis, S. O. C, N 1606 Michigan avenue. Kansas City, Mo. Enclose t eent stamps for speedy reply. -- PICTURES! PICTURES OF THE LATE Colonel Chas. A. Young, U. S. A. Highest ranking Colored Officer ia the U. S. Army-and Bert Williams, WORLD'S GREATEST COMEDIAN. Also 19 other subjects of world-wide fame as follows: Hooker T.. Washington, Frederick Douglass Paul Dunbar W E. B. DuBols. Tousalnt. L'Overture. Henry O. banner; cTlspus Attucks. Sojourner Truth, Phyllis WheaUey. Coleridge Taylor. Alexandre Dumas. John Mercer Lang Bton. B K. Bruce. R. T. Greener. Major John R. Lynch Alda Wllmot Blyden. Heavily mounted, high grado Overton-Walker, Dr. Robert Rl Moton, Dr. Emmett J. Scott, PRICE. Size 1114, 50c each; 4 for $1-75; 5.00 per dozen Size 6x7 (unmounted) 25c each; 2.50 ir dozen. Lire Size (16x20) mada to order. Every HOME, OFFICE and SCHOOL should have some of these hanging on their walls. Every soldier and ex-ser-vice man should have one of COL YOUNG. Show your race pride. Show your appreciation for the a""lc9raMead.em0S these men that yours might be recognized as a race among races" 8 END IX YOITI ORDER AT ONCE AGENTS WANTED WRITE FOR SPECIAL TERMS The Douglas Specialties Co-, ADA MONTGOMKRYS HAIR GROWER In three montns will Data tha bat rong. soft and glossy. A trial wtl Drove It. When in Kansas City aal' AGENTS WANTED .1. Manjengua nd James inuriro. 1 1" 1 1 1 a year a comesi summi iu uic .... and are In their from four different inues . in 4 imaa nf niPla Christian lives and the leaaersmp c,,nand among their PP' are all In the service of the misson as teacher-pastors In impor lant en ters The Government of Khodesla thm an examination and award. JSttam a certificate which a low. tliem free Passage anywhere without a written pss such as other natives S.ost carry v ..en they trave.. according f . the colonial law. This means thy hive achieved citlsenship in the white "in-s regime. M..disola has been latle a JJeacon in the Ithodesla Mls- Welah festival. The first competition will be held In Chicago, porbiibly In the Auditorium. HARRY V. SMITH MAY BUS UOUltlU OF OHIO. FOR Cleveland, Ohio., May 4. That Ohio may have a colored governor In the near future Is a Tos3lbllit.y that has caused not a little fuvcre In those sections. The man who has stirred a Hampton, Va., May 4.- -The Rt. Rev. Theodore Dubose Bratton, Bishop of Mlss'sslppr since 1903, will deliver the principal address at the anniver sary exercises which will be held in Ogden Hall, Hampton Institute, on Friday afternoon, May 5. The Insti tute was founded in 1868 by Gen. Samuel Chapman, Armstrong. The Hon. Willium Howard Taft, Chief Justice of the United States and president of the Hampton Institute Board of Trustees, will presest the candidates for diplomas on May 5. A special party, under the leader ship of Alexander B. Trowbridge of New York, who is a Hampton trustee, will arrive at Old Point on Wednes day evening, May 3.' On Thursday afternoon, May 4, the new athletic field, which is the gift of the Hampton Institute graduates and former students, will be presen ted to the Hampton Institute Board of Trustees and will be accepted by Mr. Taft. This presentation will be followed by a May-Day program and by an evening concert in Ogden Hall. At the Friday afternoon exercises, commencing at two-thirty, there will be addresses and demonstrations by members of the Clasg of 1922. The Hampton student .speakers and demonstrators will include R. Wilaon Howe of Wilmington, N. C, "The Message of Negro Music": Clara E. Majors, Lynchburg,-Va.. "The Preser vation of Milk"; Walter I Webb, Seneca, & C, Joshua W. Williams, Lightfoot, Va., and James A. Harris, Hope, Ark., "The Farm-demonstration Agent at Work"; Florence I. Wilson. Hampton, Va., "Making a Shirt Waist": and Mahie M. Stephen. Remington, Va., "Art applied to Ho me making." Burning. Itching, Scaly Skin Diseases Chronic Sores, Scrofula and Swellings Prescriptfon i I ! RHEUMATISM i Caul, Srislira. LumbsmR, I i-V LMH-Uwk. l!rM-a4LKiic Lr' 1 At A I' any, m" J ' BLOOD DISORDKBS iron ha. R4. ' ' SKfwrtf. ah.W aw) Mr- Kf aM4inil as ihr a4 L j art kI riiftctlr uaasa ( 4rn. ! !.' -1 BMm ckiwal aarsawt MSftarr 0 I euAitarrrcc J j. it soifviMm .HI Ma4 j Oi mm aMe il im w M f As, m ra4 m I ' ' j 4 Prxc$1.00 ,Jr Laboiatory (j Si matching and rubbing your itching, burnhr skin, must run you almost crazy, the torture is so great. The dull, throbbing pain of i'leerous sores the mussy discomfort of .daily dress ing. . The aching torture of your bones and jnusc! t And that half-sick, "tired-,all-the-time" are caused by poisc.ied Mood. Yoii tieect medicine to throw these poisons out "jid make your ( md pure, rich and red. trticription C-2223 was for years a doct toi 's treatment for blood and rheumatic dis eases. It made thousands healthy and happy. It sh juld do te same for you. Do this today. Go to your nearest drug store. Get a bottle of Prescription C-2223. The large size costs only $1.00 the trial size 50c ... - ' j You must take Plough's 2223 Liver Pills to make the liver active and open the bowels. These splendid mis are also fine for sick headache and other ills caused by constipa tion. Sold only in the blue tin box 25c Write Prescription Dept. 2, The 2223 Laborato.y, Memphis, Term., for free sam ples of Pills, leaflet which tells you all about the factor's treatment for blood and rheu matic diseases, and a 1922 Almanac LITTLE WHITE MOTHER" ASK UEK concerning business, dimeiitic. social or love affairs; chnnitwi. health, evil Influences, e-emiee. rival, unnaiuroi oireim. ; p.rplfxina matters human or spirit ual intervat. Mull a ONE DOLLAR Ml. TO DAY, for hook contair.InK cherished .,.. "t'HE !CT. q uotums answered FKhc. wi in BOOK filirr.o for mailing Mjleal. For further particlusra and pio- fire prid dime. Ana ior eomia. tlal advice and about her WOUK. HBACE GRAY DeLONG 4:0 W. Wayne dt.. SsvsnnsB, us (Mention tni papery. on tha manufacturer We want lira agents to represent us in every ctQ and hamlet Box of rressina; Oil, 58c; Box at Hair Grower, B0o; Special Grow?, (Sc. Mrs. Ada Meatgoai err. Masisutaa tarer. We guarantee our goods to Br hair and to be harmless. 1111 EucllO, avansaa City, Missouri Don't fall ta visit our up-to-data Hair Dressing Parlors Money must be sent with all o roars ad ! eesite far ewtaat A HEALER OF GREAT POWER. HHB, LITEXLiA MeDuVlflEXS. 8CIK!T TIFIO METHOD OF SCALP MAS SAGE). A MODHIUr WONUICR. Texas Towns V7-( : ( 1 -i - ' Itlo A HelialJa Elood Purifier Kemp. Sunday School well attend ed at all the churches. Rev. O. C. Colbert delivered an excellent sermon at Oak Grove at 11 a, m. Rev. H. P. Wyatt conducted the services at his church. The White Baptist preachei-, Rev. D. T. Thompson accompanied by the president, Mrs. Hanner and mem bers of the Home Mission Society (whltu) rendered an excellent pro gram for the Home Mission Society of the Oak Grove Baptist church. Colored at 2:30 p. m. We hope this pastor wi'.l come again and report contribution -1 1.J0. Mrs. J. E. Thomp son acco.npanied by s. number 0' fripnds attended quarterly conference at Ltrypt, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Mrs. W. M. Tcel of Athens Is visiting relatives here. Prof, and Mrs. G. W. Koster accompanied by Mrs. Sarah Ann Pryor motored to Mabank, Sunday morning". The School la progressing; nicely with teachers and pupils look lnr forward to commencement. Hick listed: Mrs. Cordle, Daniels, Mr. Theodore Miller Is at honri again after an absence of six months, it tending the Frankston public school. Teiarkann. Miss Ethel Griggs of .Bishop '.'ollege, Marshall, was guest of Miss Fannie B. Johnson, a few hours Wednesday en route to not Kprings 10 attend 'he National Y. W. C. A. conference. Mrs. Ij. D. Jone, returned last weok from uenver. uoio. Ir. Frank Bray of 1120 West Elm street, is yet on, the sick list. Dr. G. IT. Jamison lost his home and en. tire contents by fi.e last Thursday. His brother, Prof. J. W. Jamison, who was confined to his bed with a brok en foot The Royal Clrole of Friends of the World had their annual ser mon preached Sunday y Rev. E. H. Hllsoa at the Oak Street Baptist chur-h. liv: Ethol McCoy of Fort Worth Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Em- nnH relatives and friends of this city. Dr. Speed, residing elder of the Texarkana District) held his second quarterly conference at Hopewell C. M. E. church Sunday at d Monday. Mrs. Warren of Buchanan avenue Is on tbe sick list this week. The Dreamland and Washington thea tres are dr ng excellent u. both are carrying good crowds. Amarlllo-The Mt. Zloii PaP111" church is doing a great work with Rev. A. G. Memorgan, pastor.- The puihllc was entertained ith their Style ana Fashion entertainment which was a great success The stio- l.ssf'JI onos 111 tne comeuv " " ' VVtlllrms and Mrs. Gertru ie. j Biokes .thensf t the Dallas h.. ''.2 (Dept. U) PUBLISHEKS 3548 Venion Ave., Chicago, III. TRV THE HAIR MRKTIIOLOW SYSTEM. If your hair Is short, then and be ginning to fall out by the roots, use the Wonderful MENTHOLOW Toilet Articles. "Guaranteed to grow hair on bald spots. MENTHOLOW Hair Grower MENTHOLOW Hair Double Strength MENTHOLOW Hair Tonlo MENTHOLOW Shampoo MENTHOLOW Greaseless Cream .. MENTHOLOW Temple Grower MENTHOLOW Bleaching Cream .. .,i..M.iuni ziu; Vnnlahlnar Cream ... MENTHOLOW Face Powder f0 MENTHOLOW Talcum Powder 25 This preparation should be In every home Agents wantea. write m" ..50 ..60 ..60 ..SO ..60 ..25 ..60 60 H Mine. B. SAMPSON. S . .7. f,m 18 KO f I si ntcui,,r.., - ----- ;.., Human Hair Goods for Sale. THE MENTHOLOW MFG. CO. rnone n. iw iVSid Ilrran Street . M as-jlii-!s Brfiii llFll . t Jl IN TINS S5 In LOAVbo East India Hair Grower Will Promote a Full Growth ef Hair. Will also Restore the Strength. Vitality and the Beauty of the Hair. If your hair Is Dry and Wiry Try EAST INDIA HAIR GROWER If you are bothered with Falling Hair, Dandruff, Itching Scalp, or any Hair Trouble, we want you ts try a Jar of EAST INDIA HAIR GROWER. The remedy contains medical pruprletles that go to tha roots of the Hair, stimulates tha skin, helping nature to do Its work. Leaves tha hair soft and silky. Perfumed with a balm of a thousand flowers. The best mown remedy for Heavy and Beautiful Black Eyebrows, also restores Gray Hair to its Natural Color. Can be used with .Hot Iron for Straightening. Price Seat by Mall, SOci lOe Extra fat Postage . D. LTOIM. Oklahoma City. Okla. Il North Central Paeao U. T1 EAST INDIA STSTEM Taaght by Mall. Seleaee mm Art of Hair Oalraur. Complete Course. S leaaoas aao Diploma, It Total Aawsst -at at oaeo, (25.0a. " " Aurnta Outfit 1 Hair Grower, 1 Temple OH. 1 Shampoo, 1 Press- i S I'm 1 Inr OH. 1 Face Cream and direction for Belling. ta.OO, arte Kxtra for Postage. Will promote a full growth of beau tiful hair, one treatment will start your hair to growing, u yo'i have dan druff, tetter or any dim .se of the scalp, send for a full tree-lm-nt My Dandruff Remedy never falls to cure dandruff or tetter no matter bow long standing. ' , If you have a tight stubborn scalp a circular Is sent with each treatment with fa-1 Information toning you jusi how to make your scalp loose and flexible so the hair will grow- Course taught, diplomas given thru mall. Hair Culture Dyeing and Bleaching, Hot and Bleaching, Hot 01! Treatment. Beauty Culture Mani curing. Growing Oil 50 cents: Dan druff Remedy, 60 cents; Pressing Oil 5 cents; Temple Oil 60 cents; Soap 10 to 26 cenfs. Agents wanted. MMB LUFXLA McDAjriELS, 1302 El Morse 8t .. Greenville, Texas. Every man and woman should see this wonderful woman, for she can tell you many things that will put you to wondering. Madame Jefferson can bring tangled! brains to the light nr hoinfni onmlhllltv. She can cur any disease that you were not born with, in fact, she can locate any dis ease In the human body and tell your complaint mere. , by your writing her. When other d..-1. rs have failed, then write her and she will give you full details of your disease. Madame Jefferson possesses a natural-born gift from birth and is one of the greatest licensed preachers of the age. She haj a supernatural gift God has given her power to heal and lead her people. Her advice on busi ness proMems are worth more than ytu will ever be able to pay. Only business matters will be answered. Send 10 cents In stamps for reply. Mdame Jefferson has discovered a wonderful hair restorative. It grows bair on bald heads. For consultations nMier th-.n sick ness send S2.00, and If you take the treatments, tills will go on your bill. Address Madams Ida B. Jefferson (Evangelist A. M. E. Church, North. Texas Conference). R- 1. Box 202, Long-view, Texas. Jr .V-. .. 4? y ik C I Y1 Ilefore nslnir. was 6 Inches long. After ulii 2 years, is now IS Inches. ' WOMANS GLORY IS HEft HAIR No more DANDRCFF, No more PALMNQ HUH, No more ITCHING SCALP, No more TETTER, 8o more ECZELtlA. Gives Health to the Scalp. Growth of Long, Huffy Hair. Growing Oil BOc freesing Oil ... 80c Temple Oil 00c MADM! JESSIE CARTER Sclentlfle 'Scalp SpeclalUt . and Mannf actarrr. 13 Lafayette St. Ino. Denver, Ool. Enclose 2c Stamp fur lette.s. I Constant Care Not Lugs Human history and experience have taught us thp: many persons believe that a head of naturally long and beautiful hair, a healthy scalp and a lovely smooth complexion come from luck, but they do not. Constant care and the frequent use of preparations of proven merit are the secrets. Use Madam C. J. Walker's Vegetable Shampoo Glossine Pure, thoroly cleanses To soften dry hair and scalp. curly hair. .' Wonderful Hair Grower Nourishes and stimulates thegrowth of stubborn, lifeless hair. Tetter Salve For Tetter, Eczema and Itch'ng Scalps. Four preparations especially recommended for sbort.thin and fsllintf hair tetter and eczema of the scalp. Sent as trial treatment for $1.50. ' Complexion Soap Superfine Faoa Powder Cleansing Cream Witch Hazel Jelly Compact Rouge Vanishing Cream World renowned end made to aid you have lovely, smooth complexion. For Sale at Drug Stores, of Agents and by Mail. Free Booklet Write To-day Tfie Madam C. J.Walter Mfg. Co., Inc 640 N. West Su Indunapolls, Ind. 1 W1 !-