The Dallas Express (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 35, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 17, 1922 Page: 3 of 8
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
THK DALLAS EXPRESS. DAI.MS TEXAS SATURDAY JXTSE 17 1922.
Hlllsboro Mrs. James Dixon la on
the sick list also Mrs. Porter. Dr.
Carson was in the city last week. Mr.
Dora Elliot's grandmother is paying
her (Mrs Elliot) a visit. Mesdanies
Elliott and Aldridge have returned
after spending a few- days in Long-
Tie w. Deaths: Mr. Tom Wade and
Mrs. Viola Chtlders-Brown passed
away last week.
Cisco Services in .form of Grand
Rally at St Mark Baptist church was
a success. Sunday school at all
churchee. Rev. Cornelius of A. M. E.
church was in the city Thursday.
Every body get busy and help make
the 19th celebration a success at East-
land. Arrivals: Mr. Walter Love
Eastland; Mrs. L. C. Flewellen
Pueblo Colo; Mrs. Willie Douglass
Abeline Texas; Mrs. Frances Will-
iams Abeline; Mrs. Jmonene Roudall
from Grand Court at San Antonio
Texas; Departures: Rev. J. W. Wash-
1 in J uni. Brownwood. .
Gause. Sunday school and services
were good at Zlon Hill Baptist church.
Sunday Rev. W. S. Barber preached
out of his heart at 11 o'clock to an
appreciative audience. Rev. White of
Bryan was with him and conducted
the B. Y. P. U. Bible class in the
afternoon which was a source of in-
spiration "to the Union workers. At
8 o'clock Rev. White preached a
wonderful sermon. Collections good.
Mrs. Brewster and Reed and Miss
Tholma Duncan of Milano worshipped
in Gause Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fitz-
gerald of Temple have returned home.
Slcklisted: Mr. Sidney Allen and Mrs.
Mattle Hall. Miss Belle Jackson of
Marlin is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bob
Bailey. Master R. D. Beavers has re-
turned from Houston. Mrs. Laura
Ayke who has been visiting her
brother Mr. R. D. Warren has return-
ed to Houston. Mrs. Marina Tally
left Sunday for Larena to spend the
Carthage Mr. Jeff Gillasple a reg-
ular reader of the Express sold his
grocery store out to Miss Emma
Stevenson a reader. Miss Laura
Brown reads the Express once and
a while. We must keep our eye on
Miss Ethel Mae Gray and Mr. Belle
Johns. Mr. Brutas Gray is a new
reader of the Express. Sick list: Mrs.
Fannie Gray and Mrs. Belle Smith.
Mr. Flutcher and Mr. Luke Poke of
Longbranch were here Saturday on
business. The readers of the Evpress
are: Mrs. Gusate Bryant. Mrs. Laura
Brown Mrs.- Emeline Stevenson
Prof. J. H. Pendleton Miss Emma
Stevenson Mr. Jeff Gillasple Rev. T.
P. Moore Mr. Tom Johns. Mr Brutas
Gray Mr. Billie Gray. Mr. Arron
Stevenson and Mr. 0. B. Bonner.
f.rnperand. Sunday school was well
attended Sunday at St John Baptist
church. Supt J. R Harts was at his
post of duty. At 9:30. Rev. D. A.
Parker preached a noble sermon Sun-
day morning. Baptizing at 4 p.m.
Collection for the day 451.36. An ex-
cellent program conducted by Prof.
Lee Johnson was rendered Sunday by
the children of the First and Second
BaptiBt churches at Mt Zlon Baptist
church. Miss Fannie Cook has return-
ed from Palestine where Bhe spent a
few days at the bed side of her father.
She was accompanied by Little Beulah
Lee Rusher. Mr. I. P. Potts has re-
turned from Lurkln where he attend-
ed the C. A. C and reports a grand
meeting. Miss Roeetta Randolph is
reported very ill. Mesdanies Addle
Williams Ester Smith Nora Smith.
Albert Smith and Mr. Sam Marshall
of Palestine motored down Sunday.
Prof. Lee Johnson and Mrs. Isabella
Johnson have returned from San
Antnnlo where they attended the K.
of P. Grand Lodge. Mrs. W. D. Gil-
more Is on the sick Hat. Mr. Jhony
Pouncef after spending a few days
with his family has returned to
Henderson. Sunday ' school was ex-
cellent Teacher of Advanced class
Sister E. L. Gipson Teacher of Sen-
ior class Bro. C. Holllman of Inter-
mediate class. Sister Anna Boggess.
Primary class taught by Sister Anns.
Pryor. Teacher of beginners class.
Sister Minnie Watley. Number of
teachers and members present ten
Number of scholars present 77. Col-
lection $2.36. Banner attendance class
Intermediate Banner offering class
Senior. Mr. Eugene Boggess left for
Derrlder La. Monday June 12th
after several weeks stay with his
parents. Miss Donnle V. Taylor left
for Houston Mrs. Anna Pfyor and
Mrs. Pearl Henry went to Greenville
for childien8 day and reported that
they bad an excellent program. The
. v Presbyterian ' Sunday school was
excellent Pastor J. B. Hampton
. preached two wonderful sermons
Delegates to the Sunaay school Con-
vention: Mr. E. Session. Mrs. Lovie
Simon Mrs. Letha Lewis and Mrs.
C M. E.
Elder W. M. Douglas delivered a
sole stlrrin? sermon both morning
and evening. Sunday school was
Royal Society Club held Us regular
session at the home of Miss Letha
Lew! J June the 6th. Roll cail each
member responded with a quotation
and dues. The regular business Bess-
ion Insued. A. very busy afternoon
was spent in Art work. Visitors: Mrs.
Emm Simon Prof. H. C. . McCane
who made a great lecture. .The hostess
served ice cream and Bandwiches and
cake. The Club adjoiuned to meet at
Mrs. Margie Gipson.
Mrs. Frankie Simmon president.
'. Mrs Aimer Garrett Sec'ty.
... "V I
15ran''!jvlHe Services were well
attended at Providence Baptist churoh
Sunday. Rev. A. C. Taylor pastor was
' at his post Tte American Woodman
had their anniversary exercises at
Sweet Home A; M. E. church Sunday
evening at 3 : 30. Mesuames Beatric
Lewis and Rosetta Hall of Waco are
here visiting their mother Mrs. Carrie
Parks. Rev. P. H. Henton of Hearne
preached the F. 1. S. sermon at Port
Sullivan Sunday. Hon. G. W. Sledge
made his annual visit there Saturday
and orgoiized the Juvenile branch
of the F. I. S. Rev. and Mrs. P. R.
Humber passed through here Satur-
day from Calvert where they had
been ur.der the treatment of a physi-
cian. Mrs. A. C. Polk reporta a s'-Jat
meetln? at the K. of P. Grand Lodge
which convened recently at San
Antonio. The entertainment and Tea
' party given at JJtOe River Baptist
church by Mrs. L. Thomas Saturday
night was reported success. Mr.
Williams. District Mlrfonary. made
her annual vllt to Providence Bap-
tist church Sunday. Mrs. Nora Fro-
man is on the sick list thl-5 weeV Mrs.
Bertha-Walton came home from Cam-
eron Sunday. '
A GREWSOME ' INCIDENT.
Iiullingerr About three years ago
a young colored girl about 14 years
pf age conceived the idea that she
desired to taste of the bitter experi-
ences of the Prodical Son which she
mistook for pleasure and freedom
deserted her home and aqualntances
and roamed among strangers not
more than 35 miles from her home;
engaged her services to a white fam-
ily whose name as yet has not been
obtained; and with whom she was
held peon and ward; was forced to
deny the fact that she bad living rela-
tives when in fact her father lived
not more than 35 miles from this
place. She would run from the sight
of any colored person who might pass
through the vicinity.
The father of the young lady did
not know of her whereabouts and
apparantly did not care. - However
this is not the most shameful part
of the story. In progress of time this
girl gave birth to a little one who
proved on its advent to be fathered
by one not identified with he Colored
It is alleged the wife of the man
for whom this Little Mother worked
did all in her power for the girl but
less than a week after birth of the
babe the mother died. It is further
alleged the burial of the Little Mother
was a disgrace to civilization. The
child bag been adopted by a Colored
family of that Community. A Colored
man of the same community dug the
grave and assisted with the burial
of the deceased.
Just before death of the Little
Mother the wife of the white family
sent for a olored woman of the com-
munity who obtained this whole story.
And it is said the officers of that
place desire an Investigation but
there seems to be no anxiety on the
part of the victim's father hence
nothing will ever be done.
This incident reminds one of the
certain scripture which reads "Be ye
not deceived God is not mocked for
whatsoever a man soweth that shall
Weatherf ordV-Services good at all
churches Sunday. Rev. G. H. Harlee
our excellent pastor who was rj
moved from us to the East Texas
Conference as a P. E. We rezret to
give htm up. Prince Memorial C. M. E. j
church paid Rev. Harlee in full up
to June $500. Rev. G. A. Newbell
preucheil a powerful sermon Sunday
morning. The Loyal Friends of
America had their annual sermon
Sunday. The program was grand. Mr.
Wormsley was the guest of Miss Josie
Abernathy Sunday. Rev. Garnette of
the A. M. E. church had splendid
service Sunday evening; he had Bap-
tizing. Weatherford ball team played
Ikard Ruse ball team Wednesday;
Weatherford was the winner. Mr.
James Young left for Eastland where
he will play with Ikard base ball
team. Mrs. Chas.' Simmon is still ill.
Rev. A. Mason went to Anetta Sunday
Miss Feddie Harris is hard to beat
when it' comes to her church duties
she Is the Secretary o'f Mt Zlon Bap-
tist church. Rev. Knox closed his
meeting Sunday night. Mrs. Roe Cole
was guest of Mrs. Julia Smith. Some
of you readers owe for 10 weeks.
Remember to pay when you want
the Express. Mrs. G. A. Newbell pre-
sented her little grandson John
T.orenza George a nice Duerock pig.
Miirlln Mrs. B O. Humber and
ievci.il thers left tils week for
Waco to enter the Summer Normal
being held at Paul Qulnn. A commit-
tee of representative Colored citizen
presented a resolution to the city
School Board as for a standard four
years High school corriculura and the
same was granted. Mrs. Johnson
(soders) E. A of P. V. College is
attending the bed Bide of her mother
and sister-in-law. The reported
chance to visit the home of Rev. W. B.
Flemming and it is a pleasure to note
the progress he is making about his
home with garden chickens and other
necessaries to a progressive home life
Mrs. Smith has returned from Okla.
where she attended the bed side of
her son who dird recently. Miss Mable
will return later. Mr. Son Jones has
a new Dodge car. All the teachers lu
the Colored schools with few excep-
tions were re-elected to their posi-
tions. MIbs Wilie M. Stamps has re-
turned home from Dallas. She will be
here all Summer. Bros. Fd. Stuart
and C. Calvert are still on the sick
list Prof C. L. Humber has entered
the newspaper business at Mexia and
we hope for him success. Mrs. Ann
Jackson Smith an old citizen of Mar-
Hu died at the residence of her daugh-
ter Mrs. Harrett Magee of So. 10th St.
Waco June 8th 1922. She was 86
years of age. Funeral was held at t'..e
Second Baptist church and was offic-
iated by Revs. Westbrook and Maize.
A new addition has been added to
Marlin and the Colored people are
taking -dvantage of the same. The
B. Y. P. U. gave an entertainment t.
the First Baptist church recently and
the same was reported very success-
ful. The K. of P. Lodge Delegates
have returned from San Antonio and
bring flattering report. Master Geo.
Jones has been added to the staff of
DaUaa Express hustlers; he is a live
wire like Murry. Prof. Stamps ana
Mrs. Barnes left for Waco Sunday.
Prof. Stamrs is an instructor in the
Normal and Miss Barnes is a sudent.
Mr. Fisher Hanks and son are visiting
On Monday evening at 8:20 p.m. the
Marlin Baptist church choir tendered
to it's affable and accomplished
organjat Miss A. X. Black an elabo-
rate banquet in the Missionary annex
to the church. The young lady was
taken by complete surprise but soon
become equal to the occasion. ... a.
Wyman was Master of Ceremonies
and spoke very touchingly on the re
ward of consecrated service. Miss
Black goes Eaat to do Post work in
a leading University that she may
render still better service to God and
humanity in the future N. 3.. Burden
President. The following undersigned
Baptist havo formed themselves into
a Voluntary Progressive Peaceful
and prosful ' Baptist Association and
holding the Bible for their guide. nd
should anyone wish to become a
member hand your name to C. C. Tay-
lor Secretary. The following Christ-
ian gentlemen organized the above
association (viz.) F. M. Yarrough
Pres.; C. C. Taylor Secy.; Bros.
Oliver Lights Deacon Guidlon. W. M.
Powers T. L. Sodas Rev. P A. Arm-
strong Rev. M. A. Macknees and Rev.
S. S. Washington John Jenkins. Mr.
and Mrs. F. A. Nutall of Hearne
Tez. altar an enjoyable stay returned
home with their little son Flnas.
Samuel B. 'Zephyr on last week to
take the State Board of Embalming
of which he was very successful and
by a rating second to none In the
Stala of TeJ as. We wish him much
success. He left today for fcts bus-
iness ia Cameron Texas.
OF THE STOMACH
PjTOU CANT ENJOY LIFE
with a lore sour bloated stom-
ach. Food doe not nourish.
Instead it is A source oi misery causing
paint belching dimness sod head
J Tha person with a bad stomach
should be satisfied with nothing less
(has permanent lasting relief
4 The right remedy will act upon tha
linings of the stomach enrich tha blood
aid in casting out the catarrhal poisona
and strengthen every bodily (unction.
C Tha large number el people who
hare successfully used Dr. Hartman'a
famous medicine -recommended (or all
catarrhal conditions offer tha strongest
possible endorsement (or
HI SEBYICE FIFTY YEARS
CO ED 13
IJ TABLETS OR LIQUID
B SOLO EVERYWHERE
$15000 LEGACY LEFT TO AFRI
' Baltimore Md. June 15. The
will of the late Moses Johnson of
this city filed in Orphan's Court dis
poses of an estate valued at $16-
000 to $20000 the bulk of which
is left to schools in Monrovia Li-
beria West Africa. The will directs
'All interest from estate shall go
to Caroline Donovan -Normal and In-
dustrial Institute Grand Bassa Li-
beria and College of Monrovia Li-
beria. Dr. Ernest Lyons Is to have
charge of the distribution and at
his death or disability Monroe Lyon
son of Dr. Lyons to succeed him in
this capacity. The latter is also be
queathed $100 after the donor's
death. W. Ashble Hawkins and Mrs
Mattie Caldwell are appointed as ad-
ministrators their tenure In this
capacity to last for ten years after
Annuities are granted aB follows:
Annie Harris $200 Eva Boyton
$150 Mattle Caldwell $250.
Legacies: Farm in Chesterfield
East Virginia to! be sold at his
death $500 of .the proceeds to go
to Black Star Line $500 to Liber-
Ian Construction Company and bl-
ance to go towards the education
of Sarah Isabella Jones.
House at 914 Denny street
Richmond Va. left Jointly to Aman-
da Carter and Annie Harris (the
latter is also made assistant man-
ager of the estate to collect rents
$100 to Provident Hospital $150
to Mattie Caldwell. $100 to Wil-
liam Ligon. The manager of- the es
tate is to receive as compensation
10 per cent on the dollar ot the
rents etc. collected and bonds are
required in sums according to the
order of the court.
BISHOP APPFAL8 TO COURT TO
INSTALL NEGRO PASTOR.
St. Mark's Church at Ebnhurst
Closes I'ulpit in Anxiety Over
New York N. Y. June 15.-
Bishop William H. Heard of the
New York Conference of the Afri-
can Methodist Episcopal Conference
of the African Methodist Episcopal
Church and Cain P. Cole Presiding
Elder of the Long Island district
have applied to Supreme Cuort Jus-
tice I'aber to compel the trustees
of St. Mark's A. M. E. Church at
Elmhurst - to open the doors of the
church to the Rev. Henry Irons
who has been assigned to the church
by the Bishop. The assignment was
made May 28 and when Irons went
there May 29 the doors were lock.
Justice Faber has reserved decis-
ion i ' I
St. Mark's Chyrch is on Corona
avenue in the heart of the business
section on a plot of about an acre.
This was . given- by white residents
of . New town more than a century
ago to the congregation. It was
valued at only $87.72 according to
deeds. Recently an offer k of over
$75000 was made to the 'congrega-
tion for the plot.
The value of the plot is upper-j
most In this controversy. The con-
gregation wants to know who is go-
ing to get the money. The present
trustees want it and the New York
Conference would also like to have
it added to the treasury.
NEGROKS USING LESS SNUFF
Confectioner Glv Increased Intel-
ligence as Reason.
Increased intelMger.ee wai today
given as the caura of the disuse of
tinuff among the Colored people ac-
cording to Gecge J. Falter erst-
vrhlle "Snuff King" of Baltimore.
Only a few of the elderly Colored
still stick to the bblt while the
younger generation regards it as a
disgrace he said.
Mr. Falter keeps a confectionery
store at 942 North Gllmor ftMet
and once sold an. high as 20 pounds
of snuff a day.
IWrVERSrTY HAS RECITAL.
ChiOKO. Til. Juno 15... The Chicago
University of Music which has begun
Its summer school with a faculty com-
posed of the leading; musicians of
America srave a faculty recital at
Wendell Phillips high school which
was an .artistic treat and greatly en-
joyed by tha splendid audience In at
tendance. Miss Paulina James Lee
president of the University ta very
hoefu) of the success of the sum-
nur school which Is belrt; attended
by students from all parts of : the
i aH."'Tii n g
J BEAUTIFY YOITK
I OLD DIAMONDS . j
ft Platinum and ;
Gold. . .
$12 to $200 I
Artlsar A. Everts. H
y Main and Murphy
. SAFE WAY TO MAKE HAIR STRAIGHT IS DISCOVERED 1
AGB-OLD PHOnLKM OF THH HAJb) 14) SOI.VKIl A FT Kit TKAHS OF
STUDY AM) KXPKH1MKNTI.M1 PHOCKS8 IS ttllHK KASY
AND AH.MOLUTKI.Y II ARMLifiSS CAN BU VSEO
MY ANYnODY WITH IMMEDIATE SUCCESS.
An age.old problem of tha
Race has been solved I A cafe
way to really atralgrhten the
hair has been discovered by Dr.
E. S. Le noted Negro scientist
and inventor after yeara of
study and experimenting-. His
process makes the most stub-
born hair perfectly straight and
silky in a few minutes. It does
not destroy tha life of
- the hair or change Its
color and It la so
simple anybody can
use it With immediate
success. Its greatest
advantage however. Is
that it actually does
tha work and is abso.
JX-. Lee at first ex"
perlmented With po-
mades and chemicals.
He soon found how-
ever that sticky
greases and harsh
chemicals were use.
less as hair stralgh-
teners that they ware
dlsagreesrble to use did not pro.
duce lasting ' results and as a
rule were harmful or even dan-
gerous. He proved scientifically
that nothing but heat would
soften the cellular structure of
.the fcalr without damage.
But Dr. Lee knew that hot.
comb hair stralghtenera were
slow hard to use and often cut
or burned the scalp sometimes
causing blood poisoning and
balnesa. Therefore he improved
the design of the comb and
Invented . a removable safety
guard which kept the comb from
touching the scalp at any point.
This made burns or other in-
Dr. Lee's Invention known as
the Lee Safety Hair Straighten-
er was an immediate suocess.
Thousands have .been sold at
- $3.60 each and are giving per.
ct satisfaction in all parts of
the woYld. Now however. Dr.
Lee announces a new model
which is a great an Improvement
over the original "Lee" as that
was over the old-style unguard-
Heretofore the comb of the
Lee Straightener has been a
casting which could not always
be made perfectly smooth. In
the Improved model Dr. Lee
retains the heat much better. In-
uses a new kind of metal which
DALLAS KX PRESS
PUII. COM MANY
REDUCED PRICES ON SUIT CASES HAND BAGS
WARDROBE TRUNKS $20.00 to $05.00
We Loan Money
2312 ELM STREET
Remember the Number
lnniKl' ill ii -aai'mHnaai
i Him a
tifiii u iiilii m m.
AT WILKERSON'S STORE ' . . f
Specials For This Week
2403 LIVE OAK
BOILING BEEF . .
CHUCK POT ROAST ;
RUMP ROAST .
NO. 7 STEAK .
. ROUND STEAK ;
SIRLOIN STEAK ... ;
T. BONE STEAK . ;
'EALt . . .
veal stew ........:.........
VEAL SHOULDER ROAST ...
. RIB VEAL CHOPS . ....
LOIN CHOPS ......... ....
- VEAL STEAKS
HAM ... ;..!....
LEGS .......:..........; ....
LOIN CHOPS ....
liver ;:.: ; ...
SPARE RIBS ;
SHOULDER BOAST i..
CHOPS .. ..
ARMOUR'S SLICED BACON
DRT SALT PORK
. SMOKED BACON
PURE HOG LARD
stead of being cast the comb Is
cut from a solid bar of metal
and finished to absolute precis-
Ion by accurate machines. After
being polished until the surface
is like a mirror it is heavily
nickel-plated and then polished
again. The result la a comb
that glides through tha hair ii
without the least drag or pull. M
The Improved Lee V
Safety is unanimously M
pronounced the perfect' jyj
hair atraightener. Its A
equal is not to ba H
found anywhere. It la
delightful to use. has
from four to six time
the speed of any
other straightener and
scratch cut or burn
the scalp. This la an
feature. Made of tha
best materials and by
expert workmen tha
Lee Is the most beau.
tlful Instrument of Its
kind ever produced the owner of
a Lee Safety may well be proud H
This splendid Straightener Is !
strictly a quality Instrument M
made to sell regularly at 16 f
under a money-back guarantee ffi
However to give the Race lm- f
mediate advantage of hla dit. H
covery Dr. Lee offers it for a Ii
limited time on the guaranteed
free-trial basis at only 13.00. and f
gives with It a full 60 cent box
of Dr. Lee's Tonic Pressing Oil M
abnolutely free. To get one of f
these Improved Stralghteners fi
send no money Just write to H
?.1VBi.& J8' De"k F- 180 E- y
12th St.. Kansas City Mo. and 1
tell him you want to try his m
new model. He will send ir lm. H
mediately. Including the press. i
Ing oil free. On delivery nav the W.
postman only $3.00 and postage.
Then if you find the Improved
Lee Safety not exactly as rep
resent tne world's best most W
hontitifiil . . .1 (iwi v e A
straightener return it and your ft
13 00 will K. r j . M
..... " " mo i.iuiigau WlinUUT
question. For your protection
this offer is fully guaranteed.
Write to DR. LEE at once a
postal card will do while you
have the opportunity of saving
fi.00 to $15.00 T
...$7JJO to $154)0
.- i.2a to $17.50
CAT AIH'CT i
2403 LIVE OAK
- ...ia j-a lb
. ....... 17 l-a n.
. 17 1-2 lb.
: 25 lb
.. 25 lb
..... 20 ib
....... ..25 lb
- .-...10 lb
17 1-2 lb
.17 1-2 Ib
. -20 lb
. .27 lb
Ai (...... aStf It)
IHlMHHSllsSStMStHSMUll O 1
.- 15 lb
Without a doubt the best and most excellent article if tta
kind combination HAIR GROWER and HAIR STRAIGHT
EXER. Gives the hair a natural soft and silky appearance
stimulating hair growth in some of the most hopeless case.
OvEHTON HVC IF.N'C CO
IU II. COMPANY
r tmx.tun U i" 'o VAmovss
uuv ftnU k "" 1 yoa'ju
IVHtUtttUrfJ i-iti 'r.p '1 AND
.jtQ'IISITt 13 17 . Sflsoef
RMSMOMSirH kJ. . ' 4 I jlTMSHAlR
in 'ma lU TW': S 3 l ot
growth a yr. ' J Jkrp.AK.HT
vs. it y
y - . i
114 Narth Central Phaaa M. girl
HAST INDIA SYSTEM
Taraght by Mall. Releaea aai Art at Halt Bltmr.
Couple'ir Canrac S loaaoaa aad Dlplasaa !. IJ
Ttl Asusil mrmi at S2S.OO.
1 Hair Grower 1 Temple Oil 1 Bhan.ioo 1 Press-
ing Oil I Faca Cream and dtractlea far Balliag
2.n0 tKr rtr tor Paatoire.
Are the Best of All.
Insure Your Home and Furniture
THE L1EXIA MUTUAL.
FIRE inSURAHCE CO.
; HOME OFFICE:
208 Herman Street Mexia Texas.
l Agents wanted all over the State as Representatives.
I V. H. MOORE " R08T. T. H. SIMM2XS
ll President. Vice-Pres.Gen.Mgr.
Constant Care Not Luck
Human history and experience have taught ua thpt
many persons believe thrr a head of naturally long
and beautiful hair a healthy 8cal 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 r 'crets.
Use Madam C. ' J.Walker V
Pure thoroly cleanses
Lair and scalp.
Wonderful Hair Grower
Nourishes and stimulates thegrowth of stubboj1: .lifeless hair.
" For Tetter 15czema and Jtching Scalps.
Four preparations especially recommended (or short thin and falling hair
totter and eczema oi the acalp. Sent as trial treatment for 51. SO.
' Complexion Soap Superfine Faoa Powder Cleansing Craaiu
WitoK Vijaet Jetlf Compact Roua Vsuaiahutg C ream
World renowned and made fu r.Li you have loely smooth complexion.
For Sale ft Dru Stores of Agents and Ly Ma.
Free Uockk -Write To-Ju?
Tfce Madam 0. J.Walter 'BlftJ. Co. Inc.
t40N.WertSt btliaaapolis 5:tJ.
Our HIGH CROW." HAIR
GROWER standa as one of
our highest achievement
it la a preparation we look
upon with pride.
All "ve ituX ot yon In try
It. If yon don't flud it the
best Hair Preparation yoo
have ever oaed we WJJI
gladly 'refund your money.
For Sale By Ail Drugghrta.
1 f ;
; Will Promota a Full Growth t
Hair. Will also Roatora tha
Strength Vitality and tha Baauty
of tha Hair. If your hair la Dry
and Wiry Try
BAST INDIA HAIR GROWER
If you ara bothered with Falling
Hair Dandruff Itching Scalp oi
any Hair Tro'ible wa want you ta
try a lar of EAST INDIA HAIH
GROWER. Tha remedy contains
medical proprieties that to to tha
roota of tha Hair stimulates tha
akin helping- nature to do lu
work. Leaves tba hair soft aad
ailky. Parfusaad with a balm of
thousand flowers. Tha beat
remedy for Heavy ant Beautiful
Eyebrows also restores 3ray Isaif
Natural f!nlnr. C.wk Ha .imjmI wif'a
4 Hot Iron for Straightening-.
X JPrlea Seat by Hall. S0e la Extra fat -
I.YO". Okiaaema City. Okla.
To soften dry
: "rl : . .)
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
The Dallas Express (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 35, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 17, 1922, newspaper, June 17, 1922; Dallas, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth278396/m1/3/: accessed May 25, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .