The Dallas Express (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 37, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 1, 1922 Page: 5 of 8
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Excelsior Mutual Benef?
Raising tne Family
TUB DAIXA8 l.XTCtESB. PAIXAS TEXAS SATURDAY. JTTJly j jo2a.
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Lufkla Rev. P. F. James pastor of 1 were ho quests of their daughter
First Baptist church conducted a re- Miss Alberta Arnold. Mr. Lyons . left
vlval last week. Rev. Skinner was s"nda? !?rT?!e..M.'L?lail IS te
Cliy VlHIUIlg III. UftURIIlOlO ...in.
lian Flewellen. Mr. I-orlnzer Davis of
this city 1ft for Dallas last Sunday.
Mr. Patent Taylor of this city will
leave soon for Dallas and Fort Worth.
Mrs. Hickman Is in Dallas. Mrs. Cath-
here and helped him In this meeting.
Rev. Tensley pastor of New Zlon
Baptist church conducted a revival
last week and closed out Friday night.
Rev. T. n. Johnson of Jacksonville.
pastor of Sweet Home Baptist church
helped Hev. Tensley Rev. W. P. Hun-
riim Slmm. Miss Ora Mae Power
Mrs. Fannie and Mrs. Abbie Mcuieuen
ter presiding elder of the Houston 1 passed through the lty en route to
District held third quarterly confer-: Tyler. Mrs. M. C. Coy from Tyler was
ence here this week. Lome ChaDol C.
M. E. church is to be repaired in the
near future. Mr. Austin Garrett car-
penter Is going to reconstruct this
church. Mr. and Mrs. Weston and
daughter spent a whllo with Mrs. Wes
ton s father and mother on tne lath
of June at Davlsvllle. Mr. and Mrs.
-James Perry of Marshall visited Mr.
and Mrs. James Perry of Marshall
and Mrs. Fi;eeman of Lufkln Texas
came through the country in an auto;
they arrived here In the 18th and
staid until the 25; thence they left
for their home. Mra. T. Buttly Is-
ter of Mrs. Scott came last week very
sick. Mr. Flemon Gambrell and Miss
Teddie Harris married Saturday
night. Rev. Robinson officiated. Rev.
R. B. Martin and members of the C.
M. E. church went to the residence
and sick bed of Mrs. Griffin who
has been 111 for two years. The Mis-
sionary Sisters held prayer meeting
In thins rltv. en route home. The M
thodlst churches in Mlneola are at the
afe of wonderful progress; it has been
reported that they are holding Sun.
day school every Sunday. On the 19th
of June the Mlneola base ball team
played two games; one with Village
Creek and one with Lindale: and won
both games. Mlneola played Lindale
in the City Park and won the game
3 to 1. Leoman Williams pitched;
they then played Village Creek and
won 4 to J In favor of Mlneola.
Carrey. Sunday School and B. T. P.
U. was well attended yesterday; and
plans are being made to send delegates
to tho East Texas Sunday' School and
BEAUTIFUL HAIR AND
a grand banquet at Morning Chapel A large number if Ciscoites attundel A SATISFACTORY INVESTMENT
C. hL a. church in Fort Worth Kev. tne picnic in t.uinu among wno
Dr. L B. Robinson the pastor were Mesdames A. V. Sneed. Amelia
night of 13th. Mr. Emmett Kldd left Tripp J. J. Black. Imogcne Randall
a . . l 1 4 t .- A i .. - . . .. 1 1 li. ti .. Uaa Mill. Murw T1 Vw ....
1lll IIIBi. iui iya .niihidiBB wain. jiia tiuiiuiijr ..mo .iiviihiowh i .
fi.lnra hr.mo Fr Knnlt nrl n. l n I nf Wo.tni- Wilson. Lutlchie Blackhea.r VjUaranteed D7 the U80 01 FfeilCh
North Texas Baptist College at Den- James ' Hamilton Miss Jessie Mae Preparations Which have Stood the
lson occupied pulpit morning " and Thompson' Minuet Randall Jewel test Of time '
night 25th Inst. Mrs. C. A. Thomas Black. Sing Kelley Baby Kelley. Mr.
of Dallas the Grand Worthy Mia- A. Patterson jonn ru nayes James r A DTOT A XT IIATO rTWV7I?r
tress of Loyal Friends of America K. Randall. Leo. Wilson Barlle Kel. IAKlolAJN HA1K UKUWLK
lectured neiore me local cnapter nere. ley nam neuey numr ijitr iumi rr 1 1 rrrrtrn
A unique program was executed. Tripp Melvin Wllburn J. J. Sneed and DciAU 1 If" ILK
Tho Srrt Quarterly Conference of Pavna Air Mb Kennedy. Nat Kelley. Mose w
Chapel A. M. K. will be held night of Kelley Aaron Molett and several PADTCTAM PRFQQTWP HT!
8rd prox. by Rev. Dr. A. G. Starks others. Departures: Little Early and rtfVJUjlAll ; 1 IUjOiJlliL VAIL
P. E. of Waco. He will occupy the Tommies Tripp Denkln Mclntyre Miss I I n l niri tl oini i rtTrmi
pulpit at both morning and evening Mintt Randall Eastland Miss Jewel and rVUvloIAIN oKlN LU 1 1UJ
BUlVlVVB WIIU ... 1 O. LAUlft J I. UUIHD XUIFUIO A .... . w . ... - J . . . o A
and grand daughter. Miss Rota Mae
Childs have returnd from visit of her
daughters Mmes. Newton and New-
some In Wichita Falls.
"Rev. H. D. Allen of Harmony Bap-
tist Is on ministerial duties In K. C.
and Omaha. Rev. J. M. Fountain has
returned from District C. M. E. Con-
ference in Piano last week. Hon. J.
E. Anderson District Deputy of Ma-j
sons has recently returned from Hen.
rletta where he Instituted Wisdom
Lodge U. D. Masons of 20 members
a few month ago. Mr. G. H. Lyon
spent several days in the city Inter-
ested In opening an undertaker es-
tablishment. Mrs. Dr. A. M. Carpen-
ter ot Okmulgee who has been visit-
ing her sister Mrs. Dr. 8. L. Goodson
has returned. A morning German was
given In her honor on 26th inst at
Andrew's auditorium. Mmes. Dovie
Henderson and Polite O'Neal tendered
their mother Mrs. Judla Lindsay an
emanclnation dinner 19th at her home
before nearly score of relatives being
Invited. Rev. M. L. Douglass held 2nd
Quarterly conference of C. M. ..
church in Rockhiil evening 25th Inst
occupying pulpit at both morning and
evening services. President of Har
mony Baptist B. V. p. u. is Mr. Kelly
Hunt Supt. of Harmony Baptist
Sunday School Is Mr. Ben Bates; Pres-
ident of Harmony Baptist Debating
society Is Mr. Houston Bates. Mrs. Dr.
8. L. Good so n who has teen ill is
able to resume her position as pianist
at the movies.
day nlirht at A. M. E. church. Rev.
W. E. McGrew preached. Services well
attended at all churches Sunday. Ar-
rivals: Revs. I Cornelus W. E. Mc-
Grew J. W. Washington W. B. Bry-
ant Albany Mrs L. C. Flewellen
BfirOBT SHOWS NO NliUltOUS
EMPLOYED IX CITY iVEK-
MKM OF ST. JX)11SE.
Teagwe. Services were good at all
churches Sunday. Rev. J. H. Lena
B. Y. P. . convention at Jackson
ville July 14 15 and 16. Rev. Thos.
Slmms preached two excellent sermons
Sunday to a large crowd. Much Inter-
est Is being manifested In raising
funds to build a new school building;
oil nhriM nf th hiHlrtlnar rnmmlttfte
Calvert 19th of June passed on U busy at work. Mrs. Mattle Edwards presiding elder held his quarterly
without a single accident and every. Rnd lute daughter are visiting rela- conference at A. M. E. church. Good
body enjoyed an excellent time. The tlves here. Mr. Joe Kissentlner wholPrvlce durng the quarter. Collection
new young miiBiui i. ' i has been living in lianas ror me past. .07 19. Rev. Alexander preached a
several months moved here with his 1 aptrltual sermon for him at 5:30 p.
family this week. Mrs. A. J. Lattimore m Rev s M jrltt ha1 a ROO(j crowd
spent a few hours In the cly thls'at prnitlve Baptist church. Visitors
week. Prof. J. S. -Nelson passed thru 1 from ai over the COUntry attended the
Matthews of Waco
record In their efforts. U. 8. Hammond
Its the president. There was Bpeak-
Ing various amusements and the base
ball. The games: uaivert vs inorn-
ton; Calvert 6
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iiiuiiiiuii o. vaiToii nrf innnf row nniirs in Tne f'l T v nL- 1 11
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vs. Kosse. scores caiveri e n.osse urday. Miss Elizabeth and Mr. bdwira preachod at Baptist church Sunday
1. aii nearoy iowih n '"i""- Marun or larissia was pieannni vmi- nKht onc added to the church. Mr.
sented. Rev. M. Maye Orator of the tors In the city this week. Miss Jola Wiam Hurkabv of North Teairue has
day. Mr Jim Smith of Baileyvllle. was Murphy left Sunday morning for 'J SUgckhame .Mr. cJSpbi'l "
seen mingling with the crowds. Miss Wichita Falls to spend a few weeks. w ' visited Mrs Hunter this week.
Mayme Lois. Childs of Marlln is visit- Mesdames Sarah and Rachel Ewells M- rj.iipv narber and wife of Mexla
Ing Miss W. Blanch Whitehead. A se.- of Fr.mkston was In the city this J"v w trlD to Teague visiting
tortalnments are being planned In 1 her week attending lodge business. Mr. . u " Mrs. 11. H. Buck-
honor Miss Adner neater is o:p(i Cross has aadea 10 nis snipping . . . -om- times in funeral
home from New York City where she business a cold 1nk stand. Prof. J-1 m k. nrearhTd af Soufh Teaaue
spent more man a year mm 110. - 1.. narriuon ana w. u. rrice is smu-. n.ntHit rhiirch hv Rev John Parham
ter. Miss Amy Hestern; Miss Hester pK the produce In and around Cuney "'P1'"' ff? second Sunday In July?
likes that location wonderfully but Mr. Hishop Sneed is "Pending a few exanaer secpna u
likes Texas better. We welcome her dayg Dauai(. this week. Prof. J. I Mrf-"M oiVt" u . KlrWn Mrs Nelc
hnme seain. Mr. J. H. Anderson of Hamilton made a business trio to r MIB'r.tTue. lrv'n!
liuuer or xerreii was in ihnkuo iui
the W. W. of W. Is quite sick at his Dallas this week. The truck growers
residence; friends wish for him a are plannlngto load their first cad
speedy recovery. Mr. Fred Sledge the of tomatoes this week. Crops are look-
barber and the Standard Life man of ng fine and growing nicely on and
Hearne spent -a few hours in the city around here and the farmers are look
with Prof. H. H. Poohle the printer. I Ing foward for a big crop year. The
Miss Josephine Carter and mother peach crop Is very short here but Mr.
spent the Juneteenth In this city. W. J. D. Hamilton and Aaron Thomas
K. King Mrs. Elsa Jones and Mrs. I have full crop and are getting
Fannin Johnson of Hearne. went up
to spend the 19th of June. Prof. A.
H. Mimms is now cooking for him-
self as Mrs. Mims is spending some
time with her daughter Mrs. Cleo C.
Smith in Waxahachle. Mr. Pleas Gib-
son Is now In Galveston visiting rela
tives. Miss Frank Beard of Mcuee
good prices from them. Hon. H. L.
Price and dauKhters. Misses Ira and
ladys and son W. C spent two
days In Nacogdochea last week for
the 19th celebration. Quite a number
from here attended the 19tn ceieDra-
tlon at Jacksonville. Mrs. L E. Brogg
attended a' Heroine and Masonic pic-
. ... 1. u. i th. firm timalnin In tha flan Flat settlement and
in 20 years visiting his father and I reports a nice time. Mrs. Siilina Mae
friends. In short. Miss Myrtla Baker Benson and little daughter Doris Ruth
and Miss Cha.lie Dremon spent the of Jacksonville spent Sunday with
19th nf Juna at Hammond. Miss Ruby
Green visited Miss Artie Curtis Fri-
day. June 18th. Miss Estella Draugh-
er spent the 19th"of June in this city
with her cousin. Miss Fannie Ander-
son. Mr. Waller Crump and wife of
nront here. Hon. H. L. Price the
pr ident of the Texas Negro Business
lningue is laying plans and making
preparations to attend the session to
k k.irf in Terrell. Texas the 4th
and 6th of July. Quite a delegation Is
Mart spent a few days in the city. ' expected to go from ere Mr George
Rev. B. T. Teese. P. E.. of Bryan is Hamilton reports that he has the best
In the cltv holding quarterly corner- crop tms year mm " "
end MU. Ixora Talley is quite sick he moved from West Texas. Hon. H.
a? her her home in 6. W. Calvert L. Price 1. hav S hj. hay baHed on
Miss Florence Williams Is up after his farm and. Is making a
hay. Mrs. Llsxle and Mary McClendon
are In town today with t imatoes.
They have the choices tomatoes of the
season. Mrs. Rena Williams of Mt.
Belman Is In the city at the bedvlde
of her father. Mr. abe Smith a prosp-
erous farmer Is in the city today with
24 crates of tomatoes. Mr. Jim Wil
liams and J. D. Hamilton jr. ib on
I (he sink list. Mr. Whit McClidon is in
fntoT'junneociety. Se"t the Ruths Dallas this week on business.
of the city get busy Mrs. p. A. R'sy irboi- The 'Box entertainment
3S or waaes (jnapei
Monday night was
of San Antonio
row ilivi' sickness. G. V. Meads
is still in bed and helpless. Mrs. Lu-
ella Dean la visiting in Ft Worth.
Mrs. Llssle Bradley Woodley is sick
at her home In North Calvert Mra
O. Holland of Dallas spent a few
days In the city the guest of her
mother. Rev. Richard Pcott of North
Calvert is sick at his home. The Odd
Fellows are organising their cnnaren
Is up after a spel of sickness. Miss - b
A. B. Price is alck at her home in A veM lchurch Mor
West Calvert Mrs. Catherine Young-fA. m. E)1(j
left flundav morning to spend a few
days with her daughter. jwri. Mae
Bell Shaw of Mt.ilin spent the week
end here; tha uest of Mr. and Mrs.
V. S. Hammonl. Rev. I. D. Coffee de-
livered an able sermon t Prospect
No. 800 F. and A. M. Sunday. Miss
Jewel Thomuon is now In Dallas for
a few days visiting relatives and
Waltewright.- Sunday School was
well attended at both churches Sun
day. Rev. J. D. f i"Karo mr. a. .
... in tha ritv last week in interest
of the Eastern Stars. Mrs. Christina
Blackman and Miss Carrie Richard-
son. daughters of Mr. Ie Richardson
are visiting In Denver Colorado. Mr.
Alex Wilson is a bit dlabled 1 ecauso
nf a sprained ankle.
Denton. Sunday School was v eil at-
tended at all of the churches Sunday.
Rev. Wilson preached at 11 o clock.
At A. M. E. church. The Masons had
their annual sermon preached at First
Biptlst church Sunday evening. At
. v ... ur.llni officiated.
. - 1 A I. ( HIT h . I V . -in-M
Honey Mra K Massey Misa ve"r;prof. F. j. Jones the maglclnn was
Maxey wore In Piano. Sunday - hcr6 Friday and Saturday night and
tending the District Coherence m..
Charley Bores' son died "gently. Mr.
C. A. Henderson war called Hous-
ton to the bed side of hl mother.
Mrs. Callle Henderson; she is re
ported as improving at u.i.
... .. . . lnw A A M
exhlDitea nis wunumui vu..
E. church to a lares crowd. Miss
Flaggs of Pilot Point spent the week
with Mrs. Hattle Smith. Mrs. t race
Davis spent a few days with her
sister Mrs. Dicy Jackson. Krx Nett e
Miss Boble Le la nere irom "-' Smlth cf Granberry ana sr..
visiting her granrt-momer mr. Beil and Lewis junior 01 rni
line Brown. Mrs. n. a n"i w- were guests or meir urumm.
week. The death angel visited the
home of Mr. Ross last week and call-
ed Mrs. Mary Ross from labor to
reward. Mrs. Mary Colter took a
trip to Malone. Prof. Klrvin will be.
gin sommer school next Monday. Mr.
Elijah Carter of Mexla was in town
Saturday on business. Mr. Sam An-
derson is still sick. Everybody en
joyed the picnic given by the K. of
P. members Saturday. Kev. wuson.
pastor of M. E. church Invites every
body to his rally Sunday night The
Sunday school well rendered a pro-
gram. Mr. C E. Simmons and . wife
have just returned from Dallas.
Wolf City Rev. J. I. Gllmore was
at his post and delivered a spiritual
and Inspiring sermon morning and
night Quite a number of Wolf Cltyltes
attended the ball game in Ladonia.
Mrs. I. M. Hollis has returned home
from Dallas. Masters Preston and Wil
lie Cobb's are the guests o their
brother. Mr. Loyd Cobb. Miss Iris Wood
and Mrs. Flora Wood motored to
Greenville Saturday. Don't forget the
Wolfe City annual picnic at the
same old place July the 20 21 and
22. Sick listed Mrs. Lydia Griffin
Mrs. Pattle Bell Nichols and Mrs. An-
na Ford. Mrs. Mary Walls Is at the
bedside of her daughter Mrs. Nichols.
By J. M. Datobmau
s (By A. N. P.)
ST. Louis Mo. June 29. Incor-
porated in a lengthy survey of some
conditions In the Twelfth Con-
gressional District for the Missouri
Negro Industrial Commission which
is on file in the offices of that body
n the State Capitol is a section
headed "St. Louis Local Offices;-'
"Tho City of St. Louis has an
employment list which varies from
time to time. There have been as
employees and at present it Is be-
lieved the number is around 9100.
Figures compiled by Colored men
say tl'ft Negroes of the City draw
1(90000 annualy In salaries. A verusal
of statistics however reveal that
justice is not always on the Job even
though these figures look large when
not placed in comparison with others.
"St. Louis has seven Executive
Officers drawing an aggregate in
talaries of $46000 per annum none
of whom has yet been a Negro. The
Board of Aldtrman organization con-
sists of six officers of whom the low-
est In rank Is a Negro and their
combined salaries aggregate $13000
a year; the Board of Alderman con-
sists of 28 men elected in a city
wide campaign and draw a total of
$50000 a year and no Negro is a
member of that body duo to a mockei
provision placed in the City Charter
few years ngo whkh provided that
the whole city must vote on every
alderman chosen. It can readily be
rcan how thi3 provision very wisely
(?) eliminates aspiring Negroes who
come from wards predominatingly
Negro; they draw $40000 annually
but not ohe is a Negro ;two offtaiulH
in the department of Public Utilities
receive $8000 per annum; one in the
Department of Streets and Sewern
gets $3000; the Pudlic Welfare De-
partment has four officials receiving
$18000 all appointive places with
no Negro occupant; The Department
of Public Safety has three officiuls
the best that money can buy. Why
experiment? A trial order will con-
MAIL ORDERS A SPECIALTY'
Agents and Hair Dressers
WIUTB BOX 70fl
PARISIAN KOSMETIC CO.
appointive receiving $12500 cuuaily.
The Mayor of the city appoints direct
its high officials in six other depart-
ments drawing a total of $40000
yet no direct Negro representation
Vlt must be admitted that In a
number of these departments there
ire colored employees; but the per
tinent fact brought out is that in
places requiring men of high ability
the Negro is not recognized. The Ne
gro has a right too the salutary ef
fect of such recognition in downing
(hut hydra-headed monster race' pre-
judice. It takes big men to make this
advance toward the Negro fair mind-
ed men that type of American man
hood which all men admire which
rises up before the masses on very
few occasions; yet the Negro has
faith la Missouri which has been tht-
nursery of so many high type
Americans. The Police Department
and Fire Departments of St. Louis
have permitted the entering wedge
to be driven and It is a Irilmte to
the men who had the character to
stand back of this innovation."
Most people need money when
there's death In the family. Some-
times they want to carry the bed
out of town or they may want to
end for a relative. It you think
you need this kind ef SERVIC
take Insurance with the
EXCELSIOR MLTCAL BENEFIT
We pay death claims In 24 heurt.
Any person desiring such preten-
tion call at room 209 Pythian Tem-
ple 2549 Kim St. or call Y. 4B8T.
& OOFIELD Secretary
WEAK WOMEN ATTENTION
If you uffer with FEMALES TROUB.
LES such as Ovarian Pains Pains In
the lower part of your Stomach Bear.
Inir-down Pains Headache Backache
Painful or Irregular Period If you
have that tired wornout Nervous and
run-down feolinfr so common to wom-
en. If you have tried all kinds of
medicines and doctors and even
though you have been told that an
operation was necessary YOU MAT
3113 MADE WULL AND HTKUIXl
AGAIN. Write for FREE booklet of
lnfomatlon and advice today.
Til 10 FKLVO MEDICINE) CO.
DALLAS BLACK GIANTS
Now Is the sickly season. Take
Golden Tonic and keep well. Pric
Sl'00. Call at your druggist if
they haven't it send to us for It. S
ounce sample sent free to any who
haven't used Golden Tonic.
We have hundreds of testimonials
from sick who have been cured.
Glad to send them to any vh
wish to read thehi.
If Not at Your Druggist Phone da
DR. IJJJK MEDICINE CO.
805 So. Ervay St. Dallas Tex
New Orleans June 17 18 19. 20 21
Galveston June 24 25 23 27
Monroe Giants ....July 1 2 8 4
Fort Worth ...July 22 23 24
Port Arthur July 29 30 81
and August 1
Dr. R. E. Gilton
MANACRH F ItI.IND IIOONE"
1 AUTO CRASH. ..
(By A. N. P.)
Chicago III. June 29. John M. Day
of Kansas City Mo. was killed here
last Sunday nlpht by a Yellow Taxi
Cab. He was the manager of Blind
Boone the noted- pianist and was in
this city arranging- for an extensive
tour of the blind musical star.
The accident occurred at the cor-
ner of East 35th Street and Indiana
avenue and Mr. Day died a few hours
later at the Provident Hospital. His
remains were shipped to Kansas City
and the engagements of his concert
company were cancelled for the present.
TEXAS COLLEGE CONCERT CO.
The Texas College Concert Com
pany Is still touring the state thrill
ing the hearts of those who hear'
them. The past week has been very
successful with them. On June 19th
they sang for a big barbecue at Jas-
per.. Hundrds of people crowded their '
way to hear them. Some eyes stood
full of tears when they sang the
song "Before I'd be a Slave." Several
speeches were also made. At Jasper
Plneland and Center the white peo.
pie rushed to hear them and praised '
the work highly.
The week beginning July 2 they
will be at the following points:
Monday July 3rd Athens Texas
A M. E. church.
Tuesday. July 4 Kalakoff Texas
C. M. EL church
Wednesday and Tl Jrsday July 5
and 6 Kerens. Texas O. M. E. church.
Frldav and Pattirrisv. .Tulv 7 nd
8. Corsica na. Texaj C. M. E. church
and on July 10th at Kaufman 1st
Baptist ch-irch. July 11 Terrell.
July 12 Dallas Evening Chanel C.
July IS Dallas (k Cliff C. M. E.
July McKlnney C. M. B. church.
Don't fail to hear the concert work-
ers. They have the name of being the
best College Concert Company in the
South. Their quartete singing a spec-
ialty. They also present the great play:
"The Man and the Job." This play
fills each heart who bears It. It is
Itn T7" ! 1 MAMIE SMITH 1
1 ? Pf ""' f AND HER JAZZ
n : T 4" li1' " World's .GreatestM
8 r ' - o 1 Biucs singer- 1
I t .V' ': V I- Hear Her Latest M
f ? ! 1 -v ""I Oa Okeh Reeerda i
y :? is 1 ' h
I I' .. "SWrET MAN U
1 h f: ! " ' ' OF Ml HE" I
L j .A (LET'S AGREE h
M l -.-- diif... T0 DISAGREE) M
JIM JAM BLUES
GET HOT (WANG WANG BLUES)
SWEET COOKIE V' PLEASB
STING AR EE BLUES
and many other late hits. OKEH RECORDS 7S Cent. We pay the po-
tage on four or more Re lords.
Also full line of BLACK SWAN RECORDS by Ethel Waters
Trixie Smith and others. Oat at Tow a orders billed Promptly.
P. 8 Pianos Vlctrolaa and Phonographs on easy terms. .
BASt TEXAS PHONOGRAH CO.
107 1-2 East Erwla Street Tyler Texas
KL . JONES Manager
iwij mr" ' irny ""Tflai: " 'i "ma-111 1 " ' ati
suddenly 111 Sunday n.ght. Mrs. ora Rucker. Mri. Ben Owens little. Miss
Andrews baby Is not improving at Luce 0wen8 and Mollvln Owens
this wrltlnir- Mrs. Deller Raddle 1 pent B t'. days as guests at C. H.
"lis. T"""...!!..!.. and Is r- ..i mA loft Wednesday for Blos-
nilimnroving Mr. McKinley Smith to Bpend the summer with Grand designed for fun but carries a high
ft In mverson? Oklahoma working. her. &ev. B. Smith of O. M E. moral. Always catch the Jgallas Ex-
w w xj i"nAr has returned from church will begin his revival soon. press for their schedule. 'They will
S. t ..V. r5 A Henderson left for Ferrls-The Masonic sermon was visit your Home.
ir7...iXi MonJav. The H. H. of preached here Sunday
to the Ferris
Terrell Service was
Houston monyay. iVen 'T .T. i.... 11(W hv Bev.
ff. Rtird nlKht Mri Moslan Quite a number from h ;re . Bethlehem all day Sunday. Owing
r nnv n Kin " 1 1 . l. . . .
homa and Sherman
evoTwan ' the Exp-e... you preached by Rev. Walter of Enni. ri. left Thursday for Buffalo N. T.
i- . l Mnm mmt m in. I rn m i mo raiiw mvacv n. v w n
M IT.-aaai Sinn IIbO Want In KB mnr I ll ILII II tl HI lUUb ws"-i " j J --ww .nasi !
..erl -f-7. m- J'ary f ihA Primitive BaDtlst church. ; smiles with our Rev. T. W. Daly as
visiting ner tV? i wn. onl Mri I.llhan Rrownlour leader. Collection for Ai.y 1200.50.
. Mrs. Mary ' .. ..j . i.v.. ku D W I Mian Marv A. Teal .eft Thnroliv n.r.
Visited ner u i ui.- were nin ou "X L I 1Z Ju " oT..i " At.
The Wonderful Hair Dresser and Grower.
?'7n; friends. M. C. Free- j. Jones. The District Sunday School noon on the Sunshine Special for Chi-
H? i y ?h sick list- Lucend itard No. S convnned here last week.cago to visit her brother. Mr. J. D.
I;.;tl.t?ed home from Sher-.lh0 Introductory sermon was ably Tea I tor the summer. Miss Louise Har.
...o. . hnn i Mr. M. W. ClarK. presiaeni repurieu dih; ch xjui-ich onr.. ueo.
will find It at Oatcwoods shop. ?.Ynf- Y'h T Mrs. Wade worshipped Townsell. Mrs. George Ntlson and
w (j .!. wr. a fine day for ! with the A. M. E. Sunday night at little son Mrs. Alberta Waldon Mrs.
Jl'.rSiShSTrhS sl Paul Baptist pXer. Arrivals: Mrs. Hewitt. Fort Dora Jones of Dalla. is here prac-
IZr. C" .rhool was well at-1 worth; Mrs. Rankin ana .ing or
t nded last Sunday. After Sunday M.xia.
School Rev. Johnson wss asked by
W. ' McK.iiney
tlcing for the style show. Mrs. Jones
as the sister of Mrs. M. E. Calvin. The
play given at Bethlehem Thurs-
day under the auspices of Mission was
me :rtrt remarks left 24th inst.. for National race con. quite a success. Born to Mr. and
J?"; m ".erVe. mwerS' efcllenT Rev.les. in Washington. D. C to be Mrs. H. P Paul a fine boy. The plc-
l.hm'f PomSfercI delivered a won-i gone. Revs. Wm. Lawson and C. J.jnlc given on the park the 19th was
Smith of Cometrchd"npr "ervice Spears Mr. Wm. Mosley of Oklahoma! of Breat success. Mrs. Thelma M.
SfUitimhtn Mr GeeorK? Walter of c?ty here In iterest of Mexico Colon!. Castle is visiting her parents and
?.'.!. U " .retirV cf The Mlneola -U. ' aatlon Co. Golden Link Chapter G.-ter other relatives. Mrs M. C. Sutton Is
r v i N 21 died and was hu- of Eastern Star had their Installation home again from Port ArtVir. Wv.
. Thr iv rhlidTen ulsters and Maconlc hall before large crowd rep- bcrta West and sister Mrs. Thelmn
ottTr " Stives to moark his demise. ; resentatlve Maaonlc body including M. t'astle left today for .Dallas. Mrs.
otl.cr relatives to mourn "I l... r nrlw and friends. Mr. M. V. Clvln (i it.ndlna ). h.j in
orcnatra Dispersed In Kerns. Texas this week- Mrs. A.
throughout the occasion. 1 M. Plttmon and two daughters Mary
Knights and Dauphters of Tabor en- membera of l
tertalned on the 18th of June and re Edwa rd 8 ms
porU an enjoyable time. Miss Eula sweet music tl
Man n in viPiLinir nur MArimrAK Ann limriA tLnrioii sr
An' n..3 VhrouSh Mlneola; sunt. Mrs. T. Robinson In Ft. Worth. Ing relatives in Dalian. M!ss Jewel
ront. tn' pr Worth her hon?T Mr Mr. and Mrs. G. R Bell of Dallas Joner Is vlsltingy Rev. D. A. Butler
John Imr-s Lvons a former MUd.nt are visiting hr mother Mrs. Jeff and wife for a few wek. -of
East Texas odamv -rSpped at the Center 1107 North Branch street C!.e.La.t Monday was 18th of
rtsldence !f" - Mrt A. uoJds and i Bishop J. W. Mcltjnr.ey was attended June and gay day wltj everybody.
f - 7
- 7 ' '
Oae tkensaBel agents
w.ate GHd Heaey
m .de. We want agents
in eery city and Til-
lage to sell THE STAR
HAIR GROWER. This
is a wonderful prepar-
ation. Can be used with
or without straighten-
Belli for 26c per box
one J5o box will
pnve its value. Any
per ion that will use a
26o . box . will be con-
vinced. No matter what
has failed to grow
your" hair just srlve
TUB STAB. I1AIH
GROWER a tr'al and
be convinced. Send 15c
for full else box. If
you wish to be agent
end $1.00 and we will
end you a full aup
ii'.y that you can be-
gin work with It at
once; also agents terms
send you a full sup-
cy order to
TUB S T A R HAIR
and .Scientific Treatment
of your TEETH and
In three montns win make the halt
rong soft and glossy. A trial will
prove IL When In Kansas Cltf eeu
1 Office Hours Telephones
8 a. m. to Office L. 3801
i 6 p. m.
9th and Calhoun HtH. VU Worth I
MISS THOMAS Assistant. A
hws)?ar XU'.a . i'i'J-'-ij.ijlaisjj?Pri
A HEALER OF GREAT POWER.
le-: a ..i. .... . IX . -. .: .' I
on the saanufacturer We want live
agents to represent ua IB every elty
Bjx of dressing OH (0o; Box ef
Ha r Grower 66c; Special Grower
tOo. Mrs. Ada H.algaasery Haaafae-
tarer. We guarantee our guoaa to grew
hair and to be harmless.
HIS Euclid. &ansaa City Missouri
Don't fall te visit our up-to-date
Ralr Dressing Parlors
Money must be sent with all orders.
. lead . IS eeats far oastaae.
xvery men and woman should see
this wonderful woman for she caa
tell you mai.y things that will put
you to wondering. Madamn Jefferson
can bring tangled brains t(. the llii'ht
of helpful sensibility aht can cure
any disease that you wer not born
with in fact ahe can locate any dis-
ease 1.1 the human body And tell your
complaint merely by your writing her.
When other doctors have failed then
write ter and ahe will give you full
details of your disease.
Madame Jeffei-son 'possesses a natural-born
gift from birth and la ore
of fs greatest licensed preachers of
the age. She has a supernatural gift-
God has given htr power to heal and
lead her people. Her advice on busi-
ness problems are worth more than
you will ever be able to pay. Only
business matters will be answered.
Send 10 cents in stamps for reply.
Madame Jefferson ha discovered a
wonderful hair restorative. It grows
hair on bald heads.
Fcr consultations other than sick-
ness send 12.00 and if you take the
treatr ents this will ro on your bill.
Address Madame IdA B. Jefferson
(Evangelist A. M. E. Church North
Texas Conference) R I Box IPS
MRS. F. MAE WIMS
1108 Jefferson Ave.. Fort Worth
Dealing In all kinds of Hair Goods.
Switches Transformation and Wigs
also cut hair by pound match all
shades. ' Carry full line of Velvet
Brown Toilets. . Madam C. J. Walk-
er treatments given.
l'hone Rosedale 2S67
1108 Jeffersea Ave
MRS. F. MAE WIMS
P1I0SK X 7210
We Dye For Others Wby
. . Not Yoa?
Instantaneous Hnlr Dye. the very bent
System of I air Dressing Taught by
mail or at residence.
We manufacture the following:
LAING'8 Product: Violet Cream H'Jr
Grower Hal Dy Snampoo and
Straightening OH. Scalp Dtseatie
Cur d by Scientific Treatment Di-
Aa-enta Wated Everywhere
JHnae. VIOLA LOCKHAHT
201S FMrntoant Alley
Q. U. O. of Knights of Shephere
wants one thousand (1000) or snort
deputies to organise and set V). local
lod s In every State of the D. fc. !
putlos both men and women are mak-
ing one hundrcl (I1U0.00) dollars t.
one hundred and fifty (IHC dol-
lars per month. Experience not oeree-
sarv. we will teach you free.
We are rao.'xsenteu la nrteen (IK1
state glvirg thousands of men and
women work to do In each state. W
guarantee you steady employment and
regular pay. For District Deoutvsj'r
to set up lo.lge anywhera la n.
write Sir L. W. Davis. 8. O. C N.
150t Michigan avoore Kansae Cttr.
Mo. Fnctose eeut stamp.i for speed
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Ta Circlet ! man thas a Brstswre. It's
Sflf-Adjaitbg aaJ limply slips ev r
the setd cliip ai thswsiit rut oaddr-
tna sad smootiw eut ngy tin.
IfymiT ium em't rt it M.if actnat
buMt DHffmra Ramd. rfr anj
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Nemo H; gier.ic-ratl.ion In.tilute
120 Eut ltiui St ;.w Ya tat M.
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