The Dallas Express (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 33, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 3, 1922 Page: 8 of 8
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KU'MXS. RAM. -TiSXAS. rUTllUWY JCNK 3 1922.
&ire xreir. Aire Yon Going With Us?
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U1I I E CI
LIED PEOPLE HAVE 111 ffilllliG FOR. I
BENROY IIOTIOn PICTURES CORPORATION
1D31 Dm STREET DALLAS TEXAS j
are orftniss ica the Fouowsxa cppcsrain:. 1
Read This Carefully. I
A producer of fifteen yean' experience will have pergonal charge of all
Capital Stock $50000 Shares Each $12.50.
Oalr MOO Saarca W (SOO left). Onlr 2S00 eple ea
t.ntaae ef this "offer. Now lr lM hundred turn . . .
"COI-ORED POPULATION OF DALLA8 80.000 Wlfl you be one of those In-
side this company or are you Just g-olng to look on and see.' your neighbor
mcke the profits. -
It's your new- field. It's for you the Colored people BOOST IT MAKE
DALLAS THE COLORED PRODUCING CENTER OF THE U. a
Tou the Colored people will profit In many ways.
DID YOIT THINK IT
HKN D. WIIJSOH. Director
Think It Over.
ly employment for zoo coiorea Ppi.w ."V. " 'm.h. h i.tin In motion nlrtr.
T fn.ii five rood clean pictures to your own race. luimip juui ......-.. ...
I no ip Rive goou tu.un " "...... h. tho Imirout cash turn over business In the world.
lae (.. Yau ave Hee Waiting Fer la Chance Help Yrelves aad Yaar naee
YOU NOW 1M.VK TI'.T CHAJKCB HOWt READ.
You have a chance to help supply your race with Colored motion picture.. There are 1100 Colored Theatre. In
the l ulled States that are asklnft for pictures with an all Colored cast.
t h.n ...n1v emnlnvment for 200 Colored people wno wm wor in mrn M.-----.
To holp give grood clean pictures to
the fjrth largest Industry In the world.
Tli-rn are 1100 Colored theatres In the V. R that wnt a Colored picture every day there are only ten Colored
nirt.TJ ni Uii i arket this meani that 1090 Colored theatre have to run white picture each day. when they would
plctuios tin tlie i.iarKet tnia means inai iir v. eeven hundred theatres there are 600 first run houses
much rather have Pjt w'AS would rne pictures played every Colored picture
KuVViWS. 'tak"1;1 cPonHevaUve'e.Uma1te!n.nd V.y oSJ picture only play one-fourth of the first run houses or
':LV.r.th& 'rrother'word-' to a shareholder holding on share which costs 110 .00
We promised the Colored people of Dallas a picture
with an ill-Colored cast by June 1st thirty day. ago. We
have fulfilled our promise. Our picture is now buing run
at the Grand Central Theatre Thursday June 1st and
Friday. June 2nd. To the pessimistic agitators and the pe
ople who said "Another promotlou;" "They can't do it" and
"It can't be done" take that br.ck seat and alt down. We
told you that we had twenty-ilve hundred share to offer
to the public and that we were going to sell them In Dal
las. We told you these share were ten dollar par value
' common stock and non-assessable. We told you that when
that first picture wa. produced June 1st our .hare.
. would be twelve dollar and fifty cent. (112.60). We have
done what we .aid we would.
Furthermore we have .old seventeen hundred .hares
to the-Colored people of Dallas and vicinity. Thi. i. the
beginning of the end. In other words this I. an announo
emt-nt of the last chance in which to buy a few of the re-
maining shares to be .old. We have eight hundred to of
fer to you. That' all. When we have clo.ed the book on
this Issue they are closed for good.
A. we told you In the past we are going to tell' you
now. Our second picture which will be a flve.reel feature
entitled THE MAN FROM TEXAS we will have finished
by the first of July r not later than July 15th. On this
day you will pay fifteen or twenty-dollar for that same
share you could have bought for ten and can now buy for
twelve dollars and fifty cents (J12.50). Just remember that
' with the BENROY MOTION PICTURES CORPORATION of
Dallas featuring a! -Colored pictures that we are Just one
of four producing companies in the United State. -with an
out-put for our picture greater than any other Indu.try
of It. kind In America. Ij'our producing companle. with
' eleven hundred picture house throughout the United Stat
es demanding pictures which can only come through these
four companies. STOP LOOK AND THINK. Is there any
other investment on the market with as great possibilities
for big dividend returns a. the company before you. In yo
ur city with the out-put of their product already on the (
market and starting a dividend for you. REMEMBER th
is Is our oply AD we have run of thi. character In which
' to call to your attention your last chance in which to buy
in a growing Independent organisation backed by your
own home people produced by your own home people and
directed by men who can stand the closest investigation.
We know that after you have een thi. picture road our
literature look Into the Inve.tment possibilities you are
going to buy. Just remember we have only eight bu
udred shares to offer you and that is all. Just remember
In all fairness to us that we have given you the first op
portunity In which to buy the remaining share in thi.
organization in which you are getting value received and
a sample of our work In which our dividends are derived
from before you buy. Have you at any time had a propo
aitlon so fairly presented that you can come in on the
ground floor of a growing concern that has passed the or
awllng stage? Is It fair to yourself to pass by an appor-
tunlty for so just a causer We have placed thesejhare.
that they are In easy reach of any man or woman rich
or poor that by a little effort on their part they can be
come associated with an organisation that 1. upbuilding
of their race In every manner. Why hesitate? ;
REMEMBER time like the tide wait for no man. You
who might have been interested some thirty day ago but
held back on your good judgment by that little thought of
fear "maybe I don't think that I can buy right now. but
later on " Is costing you a little more; but that little mor
e means that we have the production we have the market
and the demand we have the product and the money and
probably it I 'Just a. well for you to buy on this Issue
for the simple reason you know it' a bonafled a num
ber one proposition and not a company that' here today
and gone tomorrow. We are starting next week on the ft
ve-reel feature picture. We are picking our cast from our
shareholder.. You may not think you are an actor may
be you're not but we have men who are Judge of that.
So in conclusion we will just say that nothing ventured I.
nothing gained. A wise investment has paid many time
over what poor buy. have paid In the past You can buy
these shares at twelve dollars and fifty cent each pay-
able half down and half In thirty day. If you want more
information on the proposition you can cut out the corner
slip marked information and we will gladly .end you all
data regarding same but Just remember we only have
eight hundred 'share left no more no les. and will refund
back all over-.usb.crlptlons. If you wish to buy cut out
the second form which call for a. many .hare a you
wish to ubscrlbe for. REMEMBER our picture i now be.
ing shown at the Grand Central theatre Thurday and Frl
day and a you go In to ee thi. picture you are making
a dividend for the pre.ent shareholder.. Can you honest
ly pass an opportunity that will show on the face of It an
honest enterprise for the man or woman who come In wl
th this company at this time.. If only eight hundred men
bought one share each you. would be the looser if your
wa not one of the eight hundred. Now is the time Dallas
Is the place The BENROY MOTICTION PICTURE CORPO-
RATION Is the business. You can wire In for your reserve
tlon of share.. You can phone In or you can call in person.
Address 1B31 Mala Street BKNKOY MOTION PICTURES
CORPORATION er Pheae Y S8M r saake all eaeeka
ey order .r drafts payable to the company. If you b'lev
in your race and If you believe in a good investment write
. phone or wire today. "
$100.00 earns your fou
The 8tsn.1nrd rate of Interest In tha banking Business is iur per .
r. tiiii mi inventod In motion Die tu res. 7 7 7 1 ilUUKti 11.
The demand. I. one hundred and ten times greater than the present day supply.
Only ten Colored pictures and 1100 Colored theatres. "
The demand Is growing larger every day and the people who get in first are the people who are going to make
the first and the most. . ...
Tou Have Wanted The Chance. Now You Have It. Come And See Us. Don't Wait.
RSCM 5 1931 MAM STREET DALLAS. TEXAS. We Make These Pictures Here In Dallas.
Kindly send me all information and data re-
garding your proposition without any obliga-
tion on my part
enclosed please find $
payment on same or payment in full.
.Shares for me for which
: as Part
This is Your Proposition Why Not Endorse It? Just a Few Days
Left. Are You a Shareholder? Let's Go!
PiCXEKS CALLS TEXAS EDITOR
(Continued from page 1)
wore st this hondsmnn and threatened
with physical violence. Tlisy ak.
ca) him get a bank to iiitfn with him
(t eleven o'clock at nitit) and they
.ried eeiy scheme to drive him off
even T though' this Negro
was worth more money than the may-
or of the city and the whole police
fyrco combined. (Iet all those "solve
talie note who believe that If the Ne-
Kro gi in plenty of money he will get
And the last heard of the matter
tie mayor and higher official were
Cut Hicnardson Did this coward
lu in I Not any more than the tongue
ami the 1o.mIi of Xerxes cowered the
at-.. Keitd tiie very next Issue of the
' luforniui" and let It do your puny
ln:a.it aood. They uiisht as well have
tried to alter the law of gravitation
-as break the courage of Itioharrtson
viith their contomplible tavagerlos.
On his front pnge end in hi. edi-
torial columns he sneak his w -
.ttamteil soul. Ho tells them by de-
t;i :! comparisons Just where they
iaml in civilization and then th do.
.scribes their cowardice:
'They neldo.n ue force on prisoner
tor fitircn. until they ret down there
(at police sUtioiO with 'the gang."
and when a Colored person. n biml-
tiean or as a prisoner cuter the Mur
m ipal Slnurhlor Shop the 'gnng' bc-
Kiti t. coiitfretittte from all sections
oi the building and thee the 'fun
(from their viewpoint) pickets up;
jaunts. Jeers cursing kicking siapp-
intr. knocking off ha' i and drubbings
over the head with keys clubs and
am-hhootcrs." .... .
And the worst part of it is that
t ivlln -d while Americans wUl persist
i.i iiila way.
lu-.t thank God for a man like
ltM'hrrdxun; Even if he should not
live .ohk he is good while he 1-ists.
this booglet and place them for sale
with the branches of such localities
where Negro populations exist thus
aiding our efforts In behalf of a class
of workers who of all the proletarlons
in the work on account of their great-
er economic social and political mis-
ery are Justly entitled to the most
serious and immediate consideration
of ail true Socialists and of the So-
cialist party of the United States in
ESCAPES GEORGIA MOB. MAY BE
!lWIO.UR STATUE Of LINCOLN
(Continued from page 1)
ly settled himself in the Jail here
told the story of his escape which.
in addition to the details of the mob's
(By A. N. P.)
Washington P. C June 1. There
is a statue of Abraham Lincoln here
that is seldom seen by visitors. This
is due to the fact tnat it rs locaiea
in Lincoln Park about one mile due
eaat of the Capitol which is away
from the present principal residential
and business section of the national
capitol. When this statue was first
ereoted however that particular sec-
tion of the city was a. much fre-
quented as any other.
The Interesting feature of thi sta-
tue is the fact that its erection was
suggested by a former .lave and Hi
entire cost wa contributed by former
On the base of the statue may be
action in breaking Into the Jail at Ir- I he following explanatory bron.e
winton early Tuesday ran as follow.: I taoiet.
'They tied a roie around my neck.
Then they dragnet me into the auto-
mobile. 1 asked ti::n to let me pray
I heard them say they would shoot
me 'ust out of town. The knot on the
rope around my neck was chocking
me. I reached up one hand in the dark
and loit the slip knot 1 untied It.
"In grateful memory of Abraham
Lincoln tnis monument was erected
An article In the "Revue Parlemen-
taire" states that business in Haiti Is
at a stand still export having almost
entirely stopped that business failures
have- begun to occure. and that thous-
and of country people in Haiti unable
to find work in their own country ars
leaving in an endeavor to find it else.
The report also contains a letter
dated March 20 1928 giving an account
of the arrest and imprisonment of six
member of the staff of the news-
paper "Courier Halten" published in
Port au Prince.
"We appeal in the name of
Right of Justice and of human
Solidarity" says the letter "to the
universal conscience to the Judg-
ment of great free peoples who
have always made of Right and
Justice the Inflexible rules of their
AMKIUCAN WOOOMKIV HOLD MEET
RAILWAY n.EIlK WHO W1AS MOBB-
Hl T'lA.VM-'UHItEU TO ANOT1I.
SCIOLIST .VSLL ASAIS SEEK THE
(Continued from page 1)
but in a far more apfrtravated form
ad to higher degreb.
"Mhould not then the mesMige of
ix '.KIixm ho to thcac 'nen and women
e.en more welcome 'ian to the white
v-niters? I'ndoiihtei.ly so if It Is
(ropniiy brought bifore them. It Is
liciil nere that we rieet the obstacles
vhk-h we have to o: ercuuie;
"1'lrHt T'w well. founded distrust 01
the N.'ir-o of anv so-called white man's
!i opomIv on. h. iiuvliiK learned by tit-
i t ep.-lncc that the white mar. a
liiojKwiition in . luom to his advantage.
' riecomi The Lincoln '-tradition and
th HUipo.ieil de't of fcratltude to the
' l .iird The Marcus Garvey Hack
lo Mri..a' diK-trine.
-th The Uof-ker T. WaRhing-l.-.n
'gooc Negro" theory. AS upheld
hit the Kfitlon-il A. sedation for the
A-ivsiiee.iieiit of tho Colored Pe' pie
'ini'iior il culmination In the 'Keep-
iic )m ir v-ln-lia-plare' speech' of Pres-
ident ilSKliiK uYliverod at Hirmlns-
luui on O'-to'oer ii J9l.
KlHh (he want of a proper recog-
nition of the pnycl iloiry of the Negro
in our propria aiuiit puii. rtlom.
Mi 0re UHtet.He.
-Theso then are the df flcultiM
v h we must overcome If we would
i ' In- i-ci.i.iH in our duty to theso
rJ u.y oaii he overcome only
I y' j. .'! jo.i.iii.t and coiiHl.ierite and
! ' yu ni v imi.iiiiir wita the requiro-
tntmti of tii task al hand. To Inauir-
rito thin wo.i the Coiiirodt-s of tl.e
tit AA-embly ilif'ct. Local N. ..
. i ;.'n -.-t iiomber ueinW members of
(! i--i' i . 1 .--va imii'i! Com-
rie Ja'mes Hue;. to wiile "The Next
- M.m.-iiiKiioii" a pro'.ianda oklt
(. to o.erco-iie the .obstacle.
. .. slxv. Bud in our opinion
i . a in ii remkably surcess'ul in
' '" V'tV.iiH ugeat that the M. K.
i.. tuicl.tt.- a cumbv of copies of
mifuiiv. & kbivvu n :.i iu ivi uiu yi ......... ...v..... .... ... . u c .
and they replied that tbey hadn't by the Western Sanitary Commission
oi ni. ixHim. Aiissouri wun runus con-
tributed soley by emancipated citizens
of the United States declared free bv
his proclamation January 1st A. D. i
183. The first contribution of five1
dollars was made by Charlotte Scott.
IU DHL AllUt. A. UIHICII 1 1 . . . .
ho automobile was goln" thirty .iuIWh i lrf 'nla being her
u . . ... i ...... .first earning; in freedom and conse-
"imp or be killed! Jumped' feet ftwC '1 S!'
flem-flooy and hit the ground on my ?? '"J? dJ'y h.e eard of Preald.ent
feet and then on my held and then I t n c2? ' ?a.th to bum m'nunient to
must have flopped over four times memory
and rolled into the ditch.
"When I got out of the ditch several
shots were fired at ma. 1 crawled but
they kept on firing I got up again
and ran. I was barefooted my clothe.
. . .f -.. .i i .. i
"T.'Vr.'.' V"M Shreveport. La.. June l.Ernent M
' ' . .. . ... . Thomas the Railway mall clerk who
The Colored man said he obtained was assaulted recently at Rayville
bread from another Colored man at Louisiana ha. been transferred to
siinny and then crawled Into a swamp ftnothor run on tmJ merUlan and
V I L 1 H buoul 1.1111 uay BIIU IIIKIIIm Naw Or .in lj l t
Growing hungry he said he crawled! .. . .' .
out to get some wild plums and then Th'8 ctlon was taken after Rob-
he heard bloodhounds on his trail. .ays oi Chicago President of
"Pretty soon a white hound came tho KaJlroad Men industrial and Be-
upon me" the Colored man continued. "'" nuoomiion. im uw on
"1 kept Jumpf from me side of the Congressman Alaiden to aid Mr Thom-
creek to the other. I couldn't shake " " known what action the
him off. He got right up to my heels aaI aiiihoiUle. will be to punish
so 1 stopped snapped my fingers at ") members of the gang which beat
blm and lawdy he curled his tail I nd t'-agged him from hi. car.
and walked ripht up to me. I took off Thomas eru.wed great forbearance in
my belt and tied hira to me." - not eootii.g the men. as he was arm-
. j j .i J and engaged In governmental busl-
The Colored man had the hound tied I
to nim was piayinir witn .econu
hound and was fighti 'g off a third
whon tho sht.-Hf. posse reached him.
BECORO BltRAKINO OHOWD WILL
Vt'li 1. tilr TO KASHVlM-L
K. A. A. O. P. PVIILIC1TV IHBFfiT-
lllt I bi:i:s 11 V Kit HILL PAS.
MUG UY RAJUiO.
The Direr .or of Publicity of the Na-
Mnn.l A ud.wi. H n trr tliA 4 lvniA-
(By A. K P.) - ment of Colored People. Herbert T.
Kahvllle Tenn.. June 1. Dr Henrv Helikrmann. snoke over the radio from
ASlen Hoy': secretary of the National 'the wirelers plant of the Westlnghouse
Hiiptlst Sunday Schocl Congress of Elctrlc Company at NewarK csew
i America added flfly of the most prom.
tinimi cnurcn worker or i.us ci y to
; tho general comm.ttee on entertaln-
nent of the congress which opens here
June 7 bocauoo all Indications poiit
to k record breaking a'lenJanco call
'naJe by Dr. K. P. Jones President
of the National liaptlst Convention for
a meeting of the Kx.Uoard of the con-
vention will bring more then one huv
dred of the most ..tromlnent leader of
in. oenomiraiioD. uapiiHi. own in
Nashville on of the greatest publish-
ing plants owned by our people as well
a. a great educational Inatltutio-.
U. IL Boyd Director of the congress.
wno Is now in itot bprlrf2-s is expect-
Jersey on Tuesday evnlng. May
and urged all American to press the
ScnAl fi.r nmsiiire of the Dyer Antf-
Lyneh'.ng Bill. From Newark the ad
dress was sert oroaacasi Dy wireiess
Avpr the rountrv.
Mr. Seligmann said that the Dyer
Bill would be passed by the Senate
If enough Americans demanded a
prompt and f.vornhle vote from their
Senatois. Decent race relations ho said
depended upon the crushing out of
exLtence cf the mob and the mob
spirit Thoso communities In which
people did not. feel themhe'vea obliged
... tuihAii. iiua civilized human be
ings would know he contim-ed that
:' (By A. K. P.)
Savannah. Ga.. June 1. The Ameri
can Woodmen took possession of Sa-
vannah for the occasion of their an-
nual District Convention for the ter
ritory of Georgia Florida and South
Carolina. The City by the Sea has
witnessed many such assemblages
but It s conceded that for genuine
enthuslit.m pride and loyalty dis-
tinguished representation nicety of
arrangement and the superior quality
of the whole convention program the
American Woodmen have given Sa-
vannah a praiseworthy demonstration
which ha. not failed to Impress the
citizens as being one of the finest
gatherings eer witnessed here.
West Groad Street w a. the .cene
of a continuous flow or delegates to
fie Convention Headquarters located
at St. Philips A. M B. church where
the '-'sltors were assigned to v.vrious
homes. The arrival of the unfirm com.
nanv of ladies from Auirusta caused
a mild sensation on the Broadway as
they marched to Headquarters io reg
ister in an orderly an erricieni way
the entire convention delegation was
enrolled and assigned before the lose
ox the tuternoon.
At St. Philip. A. "It. B. Church
the public local member and dele-
gates witnessed the grand opening ex-
ercises. Many distinguished citizen of
Savannah extended cordial welcoti .
to the Woodmen. The "tirt-blt" of the
eveniua-. of course was the address
of Liu Hon. C. M. White Supreme
Commander who electrified the ova-
tion at the opening and close of hi.
spirited discourse. The platform pre-
sented a plea.ilng spectacle with It.
grand array of he elect of Savannah
and the distinguished looking officer
of the Supre ai Camp of the con en-Jon.
B4PTLST9 WILL VISIT JERUSALEM
OV WAT TO LONDON. '
(By A. N. P.)
Evanston. III. June 1. Tha Baptist
throughout the United States .and es-
pecially the delegation expecting to at.
tend the Conference at London will
learn with interest that arrangements
have been completed by which the
delegation will sail from New Tork
direct to Port Sed which 1. 100 mile
from the City of Jerusalen and then
return to London.
Dr. E. P. Jones stated that the
work of the denomination forced the
postponement of the trip until the
adjournment of all the conventions.
It will afford an opportunity to visit
the Holy Land and not Interfere with
any of the conventions many of which
convene in October. It Is proposed to
leave New York. December 1st in or
der to reach Jerusalem when the great
festivities celebrating tne liirtn or
our Saviour will be In full bloom.
VTICA INSTITUTE TO HOLD l&TH
TJtlca Institute. Miss.. lune 1. The
Nineteenth Annual Commencement Ex-
ercises of the Utlca Normal and In-
dustrial Ii stitute were held May 3rd;
at which time 73 diplomas and cer-
tlf hztes were awarded. The Annual
Commencement Address was delivered
by Dr. R. I Bagby of Detroit Michi-
gan. Professor William H. Holticlaw
founder and principal and a graduate
of the Tuskegee Normal and Industrial
Institute announced that at the recent
meeting of the Board of Trustees A.
T. Hnlaav. Secretary of Tuskeaee Ito
stitute and B. M. Roddy cashier of
the Solvent Saving Bank of Memphis
Tennesee had been elected to the
' Are the Best of All.
Insure Your Home and Furniture
THE r .EXIA MUTUAL
FIRE liiSURAriCE CO.
208 Herman Street Mexia Texas.
Agents wanted all over the State as Representatives.
W.H.MOORE RCBT.T.H. SIMMONS.
Fine for Lumbago
Musterole drives pain away and
bring in its place delicious soothing
comfort Just rub it in ccnUy.
It is a clean whit? ointment m vie
with oil of mustang Get Musterole
today at your drug store. 35c and 65c
in jars and tubes; hospital sixe $3.00.
BETTER THAN A MUSTARD PLASTER
ed :.ome the tirit of June to r.ake'if the Pver Hill was pawned the e"'e
the final arrangements for the ses-lof the Federal Government Arould be
slon. J upon treni.
FRANCE SHOWS INTEREST IN
nimiNEi.s i.Rtcin Mir ri' ti be
I-l lU.JMili.ai IS hA.-ilf Vli.I.K.
(By A. N. P
Kashvl.le renn.. June 1 Estimates
on printing the Minutes of thr Atlanta
meeting of the Business League were
a.ke! for from 3 of the target i Negro
establishment in the South and the
'estimates lave all come In the lowest
lone belniy from the National I aptlnt
'Publish!'".' Board which v)iieted 3J85.21
for print w-ig 1.000 copies. President Mo-
ton run nuthortced Sncrot'try Boyu to
proceed with the Job and oniered
him i to risli it throug'i as early as
possible in order that tne minuUs
ii.iaj.- be distributed.
Psrllanentat y Review Ooatala. ReV
porta ef Americas fcUure Atr.
The "Revue Tarlcmeniarle" of May
1 published In P.trls France has been
received by the National Assoeia'.ion
for thft Advancemi nt of Colored People
70 Fifth Avenue New York accord
ing to announcement made today and
the publication .vntalr.s reports e.
Amei!cn alrocltl'.J in Haiti also doa-iim-.
showing tho diplomalio and
business conspired leading P to
the aeiiure of the b'ick republic.
t- r :
Before using was 6 inches long.
After using a years is now 41
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No more VA1ATSQ HAIH
No more -ITCH NQ BOA LP
No more TKTTEB
8r mor KOZEMA.
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Pressing Oil B"
Temple Oil BOc
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Scientific Scalp Specialist
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To soften dry
Wonderful Hair Grower
Nourishes and stimulates thegrowth of stubborn lifeless har.
For Tetter Eczema and Itching Scalps.
Four preparations especklly recommended (or sbort.thin and falling hir.
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The Dallas Express (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 33, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 3, 1922, newspaper, June 3, 1922; Dallas, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth278394/m1/8/: accessed January 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .