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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 11 June 1921

THE TMM.A8 EXPRESS DA I -LAS. TKXAS 8A.TTRDAY .IFNT 1t 1B21. PA(3H FTVH PTf TTTT?T"V1 SOME ! TEXAS I TOWNS Wichita Falls June !). For the first time in the history of the Wichita Falls Colored School the citizens had the pleasure last Monday night of listening to the exercises of a class that had met the requirements prescribed by its curriculum. The class was composed of three grad- uates viz: Miss Ix)uise Thomas as Salutitorian; Nathaniel Holmes as Historian and Miss Florence Kusscl Valedictorian. Too much could not be said of the commendable way in which the class presented themselves to the audience. Each of llicin were one- hundred percent perfect in his or her presentation. Yet it would be an act of unpardonable negli- gence on our part to close this partial chronicling of the exercises without special mention of .Miss Florence Kusscl who was easily the star performer or rather as it goes in the "Movie World" the leading character. Aude from captivating the audience with one o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 11 June 1921

PAGK SIX. THK DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS TEXAS. SATURDAY JVNB 11 1981. m . Jacksonville June 9 The V. B. P. and S. M. T'a. held their annual Thanksgiving sermon Sunday even- ing. They met at Sanders' Hall and formed a Kne and marched to the C. M. E. Church where the sermon was delivered by Rev- T. J. Austin of Tyler." Collection from the occas- ion $17.00 Miss Flocey Anderson Is home after spending the term ot school in Houston College. Mr. Dan Furch ot Tyler was in the city last week on business. Mrs. A. O. Key Grand Worthy Cauncellor Court of Calanthe of Texas was In the city Sunday. The Bazaar given at the Oarage Hall for the benefit of the city school was a success. The Ep- worth League of Benson Chapel met in regular session with the following officers elected for the ensuing year: Mr. Joe Clemons President; Mrs. Pearl O. Pierce First Vice-president; Miss Sarah Clemons Second vice- president; D. B. Harris. Third Vice- president; Miss Mary Jane Benson Fourth Vice-president; Mrs. Mar...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 11 June 1921

PAGE SEVEN. V THE DAM-AS EXPRKSS DAM-AS THXAS. SATrRDAV 1ITNE 11 1021. fwwiM;MTOn ipMiiip)ywi.!iijr..ii.tt.il uwi i.ii.i.wI.i.ijj.iIim i ... . mtSONAl MKNTIOX. Mrs. B. J. Harper left for her home Jnno 3 alter closliiK a suc- cessful session of kindergarten work. She will spend the siiiiiiner in Kan- sas City and other point east. Phe is expected to return and take up her work in September at St. John- Mrs. Georgia Mills will leave the Itith instant for Marshall where she intends spending the summer with her sister Mrs. Katie Finlcy. Rev. Canndy. pastor of N"e-v Zion in in Little Rock Ark. attending the National S. S. and 15. Y. P. U. C'on-iTess- AltKAN SEVATOlt WOl'I.n IIAlt m:.hoi:h fkom ahmy ami na- Washington D. O.v .Tune lfi. Vndcr (Into nf Mnv 1 Ith United State Sen- ator T. Tt. Cnrawnv. nf Arkansas in- troduced a hill "Prohibiting the en- listment of anv niemhor of the Nc- Krn race in the ntilltinrv or naval service f the Tuili-d states nf Am- erica and directing the dipcharRe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 11 June 1921

ft" vTV . spy. -i-si 2 THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JTTXE 11 1921. PAGB EIGHT J sv WW it" VELVET BROWN PREPAR- ARATIONS For SKIN and HAIR are the re- ult of years of experiment and study by me. The fact that I am a graduate In Medicine and Dentistry is a GUARANTEE that the best drugs properly combined are sued in my prep arations- In less than a year on the mar- ket these goods have followed this Express ad into thousands of homes and made good. THE CREAM positively BLEACHES; removes every blem- ish holds any powder perfectly all day and keeps the skin soft and tender ns a spring violet. Hair ruined by nature or harm- ful preparations respond readily to my GROW Kit. The PKESHIM3 Oil. Riven a fine lo and Is Dearly smokeless. VaK these preparations and you will catch thin amlle. Velvet Itrown Face (Team fl.l" Velvet Hrown Hnlr Grower M Velvet Hrown Pretmltiif Oil A1 Velvet Hrown Temple (irower .20 Agents wanted. Liberal commis- sion. Information given and or- ders filled b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 18 June 1921

ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE . . . Founded by w. e. King The Republican Party Is The Ship All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. per anxtjm s.oo. VOlTN()rxVIu7N37. THK'mi.ias KXPKKSS MIXAS TKXAS SATfilDAV JUNK 18 121. PRICE TKNi CENTS. PYTHIAN SURPLUS ACCORDING PORTS. Closing Days of Session PRESIDENT HARDING AD- Marked by Brilliant Events. DRESSES STUDENTS OF Oklahoma Drill Team Wins! LINCOLN UNIVERSITY. Cup. S. S. Willis and Cabinet1 Unanimously Re-elected. iJePorf Tulsa Tragedy; Denison Texas June 16. The Grand Lodge of the Knights of Pythias of the Jurisdiction of Texas was brought to a close last Friday night with a gigantic and splendid street purade and the public Installation of Orand lanugo til I leers at the K. of P. park. The closing sessions of Wednesday I and Thursday were featured by Grand officers reports the election of of ficers and the grand drill contest of of devlsions of the Uniform Hanks of towns in Texas and Oklahoma. .rund Officer Reports. I he most...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 18 June 1921

PAGE TWO. THE DALLAS EXTUESS DALLAS. TEXAS SATURDAY JUNK 18 1921. June'th Is Mere Dress Up At The Popular Up-Town Store The Best Looking Box Backs Will be Found Here. Made of the Best Quality Material Palm Beach Suits We are still showing some of the snap pleat Palm Beach Suits to be found any. where. The Suits are made of the genuine cloth and the colors are all that Is desirable right now. Come In and make your selec. tlon early Saturday and get first pick. We have them in young men's and conservative y models. Better hurry. 2 was awarded to Mr- Edward Fitz- j dances were demonstrated under the geraid CittenB. and a second prize direction of Ottie Graham who is 8 A Full Line of the Finest Shoes M t w; rLMJ y of $10.00 in gold to Mr. Micheal Ed-1 rapidly developing her original ideas rounds Duhissctte. Interpretative und artistic dancing. The Williston prize in Obsteti'ics j Appropriate music was offered ' by a pair of obstetric forceps. was'-horus and tht University R. 0 1. awarde...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 18 June 1921

i THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JUSE 18 1021. PACE THREE. DENISON OPENED HER 1 I Ti n GATE TO PYTHIAN HOST 'AND RECEIVED THEM H CORDIALLY. mm i 1 M i y M DE 1 STE! I Doors ot the Gate City were fli. I open Monday June 6 and an aroug. W sing welcome was extended the i ft CELEP RATION thousand Knights and Calanthcans by its progressive citizenship. Denison was ablaze with colors of red blue and yellow and its citi. zenship formed itself into a mas- sive reception Committee to do honor to delegates and visitors of the Thirty-seventh annual session Mjof the Grand Lodge Colored Knights iof Pythias and Grand Court of Ca. A ! lanthe. S Pinr P I ntn'nn Titian ..nil n....ni t. m.U (Li. Tt All representatives were loud in y uv n wiuls wuiui oiu ut iiitoui ui waive iun M j praises to Denison and her hospl- U the greatest celebration in the history of our freedom t . 4 All f .1 r n i i . -ii l Ti Tll moat attractive feature en. 4 All ot the regular rair rark Amusements will be H! gag...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 18 June 1921

PACB FOUIt THF DALLAS KXI'HKSS. DALLAS. TKXAS SATl'im.W. Jl'XE 18. 1021. TIIE DALLAS EXJKtt.-. ' MLTfBER riFsr in MfcMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday mornln. la tlx year at Zfiuu twin Avenue bv THE DALLAS RXI'ltr'.SS rl IlLISIIl.tfJ CO M PA ft Y. (Incorporated) Dalian. Texan. Hew York (IDIrt Frost Mud Froal 12 N. 2lh Street. Chirm (iniee r'mt and r'roM Bor- ne Hulldlnx. Atlaatn OtAee Frott and Frvat. Caa- dlrr llulltlinuj. Naabville OmVe Front aad Fraat dependent Life HulldlnK. grBSCEIPTIOXS El ADYA5CE. One Year......... .. ..3.00 Biz Months 1.60 Three Months 1.00 Single Copy .10 NOTICE TO TUB PUBLIC. Any erroneous reflection upon the character Handing reputation of ny person firm or corporation which may appear In the columna of The Pallas Express will be gladly cor- rected upou t9 being brought to the attention of the publishers. Entered at Post Office at Pallas Texan aa second-cl.H nutter undei Act o' Conrff. March 1879. IMPORTANT. No snbcripttons m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 18 June 1921

Till: DAI.US KXH5KSS. DALLAS TUX AS. SATUtDAY II NK 18 1921 rAGK FIVB t ! I SOME I TEXAS f TOWNS .Marlmll Juno It! -Temple No. !55 of tin1 -The Murkes .Mosaic Tem plars of America elected the fol- lowing officers: Edward It it hardson Mosaic Mantel-; Jackson. A. M. ; Jno. Edwards W. S.; H'ichard 11- Dennis Ass't V. S.; P. K. Dennis V. T.; Kev. Irvin V. C; Alliert Sanders W. Marshall; P. K. Dennis Supreme . Ilepresentalive to the National Grand Ixidjie. The summer normal for Col- ored teachers opened .Monday June 13th. also the summer school at Wiley University. Mr. J. Itohinson and Mrs. M- A. Rich are in attend- ance at the K. of P. Grand Lod.ue Denison Texas. Rev. John H. Hud- son Richard Iane and John Hanks are very sick at their homes. Mrs. Sad'ie Williams is utile to he up after a long illness. Mrs. A. S. Riptoe returned from New York. Mrs- Evlyn Booty returned from Ohio. Mrs. Joe Kines continue to improve. The Colored physicians of Marshall are planning to rebuild the Shepherd ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 18 June 1921

-Mb. PAfiK SIX. j-.fvlUfc.. THK DAIXAS KXPRKfiS. DAT LAS TEXAS. SATURDAY. JITXK H 1021. . ; . mm YOUR FUTURE HOLDS MONEY PROPERTY SUCCESS A HEALTY SCALP- LONG WAVT HAIR AND A LOVELY COMPLEXION. Learn the madam C. J. Walkei System of Beauty Culture and sell her 18 Superfine Preparations and r 4 A.Harris kftmpany Economy Basement z'S. w t . r livery guy A Bargain V tti t i t X I f t in For June 1 i ORGANDY FROCKS AT $1 t REGULAR $25.00 VALUES Dainty and sheer and cool are these lovely frocks of fine sheer Organdy to had in lovely colorings. PINK LANERINE WHITE BLUE BROWN GREEN and in beautiful combinations you will be tempted to buy not one but two or three when you see them specially priced at $17.45. Values That Seem Impossible In Fine WEATEI Beautiful high shades and brilliant contrastive colorings in the wonderful Sweaters we are showing in every wanted style. Attractive slip-over modes becoming tie-back styles as well as the ever popular tuxedo coat in TOMATO PEACOCK BROWN NAVY B...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 18 June 1921

THK DALLAS KXPKKSS DALLAS TKXAS. SATl'RDAY .1I7XK 18 1021. PAGE SEVEH. l ll ll I n n n'J -. - .1 ( iiin- PERSONALS. Yes tomorrow is the l'jth of June lint v will celebrate the L'uth in- HtCJUl. iloyle and Rarick invite ' your charge account wear the goods while paying; 1810 Klin. .Miss Othella Harris 31dC State Street returned Sunday night from Washington D. C. where she has been attending Howard University- Miss Harris has made good; baWng been elected to the vice-presidency or her class; she is also Sorority of Delpha Sigma l'heta. Major General John L. Jones of the American Woodmen left this week for a tour of the West. The General after vis'iting Austin and San Antonio will leave for Denver Colo. where he will prepare for National Military Encampment. Mrs- Sarah Carter of Ijos Angeles Cal. is in the city and is a guest of Mrs. Frank White 24U5 Montezuma street. Shop with merchants whose ads appear in the Dallas Express and thereby susta'm your race pride. Itusiness men prepare f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 18 June 1921

MOB KlfiHT THK DALLAS K.M'UKSS DALLAS. TKXAS S.mUDAV JCXK 18 1921. VELVET BROWN PREPAR- ARATIONS For SKIN and HAIR are the re- sult of years of experiment and study by roe. The fact that I am a graduate In Medicine and Dentistry Is a Q UARANTEE that the bist 1 r u g s properly m b 1 n e d are ed in my prep- ations. . IUSB man a ye.ir uu iuc mm- these Koods have followed this "tpress ad Into thousands of ' bmi'R and made good. fl'THE ('ltlJAM poll lively BLEACHES; removes evi-ry bleni- Ish holds any powder perrecny all day and keeps the skin soft and tender ns a sprint? violet. Hair ruined by nature or harm- ful preparation responds remllly to Biy U HOW Kit. The PRESSING (HI. gives a fine gloss and Is Dearly smokeless. these preparation and you will eaten thin smile. VeJyet llrown Face (ream H.10 Velvet llrown Hair Grower "2 Velvet Brown rresliiir Oil ."- Velvet llrown Temple Grower .2(1 Agents wanted. Liberal comn.is- Mon. Information given and or- der filled bv DR. FRANK J. HAWKINS...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 25 June 1921

Mitt cy v -r . r- ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE A CHAMPION OF JUSTICE MESSENGER OF HOPE Founded by w. e. King. Th jjejmblican Party Is The Ship All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. per annum w.oo. VOL. XXVUI NO 38. THK DALLAS KAl'KKHS. DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JUNE 25 1921. PRICE TEH CENTS. I VAST EMANCIPATION DAY CROWD IS HELD SPELLBOUND BY NOTED ORA- TOR IN HIS SPEECH ON FREEDOM. MORE" ECONOMIC STABILITY AND FREEDOM URGED. USES REPRODUCING DEVICE FOR VOICE It fs estimated that more than 2.000 people heard the Emancipation Day address of Dr. Reverdy C. Ransom editor of the A. H. E. Review which was delivered In front of the grand- stand at the Fair Park. The ad- dress was followed by a mammoth fireworks. display depleting "No Man's Land" of the great World War and Included beautifully illumined pictures of the Statue of Liberty the Ameri- can Flag and Abraham Lincoln. Or. Ransom's speech enthusiastically received was made audible to all those seated In the grand stand by th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 25 June 1921

THE DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS TEXAS SATl'RDAY JUNE 23. 1921. PACK TWO. TEXAS TOWNS Tyler June 23. Services were well attend at all the churches Sun. day. It was sermon day. The Sir Knights and Daughters of Tabor held their annual sermon at True Vine Baptist church with Mr. Jas Caswell M. of C. Mr. A. L. Strode delivered the welcome address. A sweet duet was sung by the Misses Prices. Paper- Mrs. Linthlcma. Rev. Fowler delivered a splendid sermon. At the same hour the U. B. of P. and 3. M. T. held their annual Thanksgiving sermon at St. James C. M. E. church with Mr. Zeke(Wll. liams master of ceremonies. Mrs. Lois Waters sang a beautiful solo. Rev. H. C. Alexander preached tne sermon which was enjoyed by all. He has a world wide reputation on nrcnrhtne uprmona. The little in fant of Mr. and Mrs. Knight died last Monday nights at the homo of Its parents Ross avenue t-ariey Sunday niorntr tu dcutb angel saw fit to retuin u"'d lake It's mother. Mrs. T. Knight. Ti family wp ntranirerii here...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 25 June 1921

THE DAIXAS EXPRESS. DALLAS TttXAS. SATURDAY JUNE 23. 1981. VXC.V THREE. rnUl DR.R.H.TROTTER LJT GANGHKNOUS STOMATITIS Oil CAM III. H ORIS. NOMA Thin form Is a rapidly forming gan- grenous affection of the cheek and gums of rare occurence and ending fatally In moat cases. In this form the death of tissue (gangrene) is con- fined mostly to the mouth and gums In girls more frequently than in boys usually between the ages of two and five. The disease appears to be end- emic in low moist countries. It moat often follows measols though it may follow scarlet' fever typhoid small pox or develope in any place where children are over crowded or weak from some previous Illness. It has been said that mercurlallzation (salvation from calomel) and ulcera- ting atomatltla are frequent causes but their causative effect is overrated. The first symtoms uaually appoar on the Inner lining or me mourn near one or the other corner 'mere is a dark rnirired. alousrhlnir ulcer or sore which apreads for two ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 25 June 1921

Jf in. -WtVA PAfiB FOVR THR DALLAS EXPRESS PALLAS. TEXAS SATURDAY JUNE 25. 1921. TIIE DALLAS EXPKESn 5 J&fWUa M1WREK S ? VT''S npsr JS MtMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRE8S ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday mornln. n the yer at zeuu swim Avenue hv THE DALLAS KVI'HRM runLisinsa COMPANY. (Incorporated) Dallas. Texas. Tirw York Ortloe Frn mn4 Frosl 12 N. Mrret. CMrnua Ollice Frost and Frost. Uor e llblliilnu. Atlantn Offlee. Frost and Frost. Caa Jler ltiil)M.na. NnshvlDe Krt and Frost la Ar-prmdent Life HilllillnK. SCBSCEEPTIOKS 15 ADYASCE. One Year..... -13.00 Six Months 1.60 Three Months .'. 1.00 Steele Copy .10 notick to thk I'liiMO. Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing reputation o( ny person firm rr corporation which may appear In tre columns of The Dallas Express will be Kindly cor- rected upoy It being brought to the attention of the publishers. Entered at lost Office at Dallas Texas s second-clas" matter undei Art o' Omarens. March 1870. IMPOHTAJiT. No suhcriptlon...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 25 June 1921

THE DALLAS KXPKKSS. 1AI.I)S. TKXAS. SATt RDAY. .TUNE 25. 1021. PAGE FIVE CHICAGO. Chicago Illino'is June 23 1921. Rev. T. L. Scott. Grunt Chapel Rev. S. 1.. liert lk'thel. Itev. H. K.- Stewart Quinn Chaiiel and itev. R. E- Wilson Ebeneczer A. M. K. Church Evnnston were present at Uie Com- mi'iicemeut exercises. Mr. John A. Yealman is now liv- ing ut t-'u5 Looiuis Boulevard Kngle- wood. Alisd Johncllii Marie Frazier and Misa Felicia D.' Anderson were vis- iting in the city. While in the city Miss frazier was the suest of her -parents and Miss Anderson was vis- iting vUr- and Mrs. Smith. Miss An- derson went to Clinton Forge Ya. and .Miss Frazier returns to Peters- burg Va. Miss Lou Ella Youus. 3556 Giles. Avenue is touring through Southern Illinois in Interest of the Household of Ruth of the Grand United Order of Odd Fellows of which she is the head officer. Misa Amelia M. Keeble stenogra- pher for the Bailey Realty Company 3638 State street is improving at her residence 4415 Dearbor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 25 June 1921

r Ar.fi six. TIIR DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JUNE II 1921 I 1 BLACK BUFFS OUST CATS AND TAKE HAD IN PENNANT CHASE. . ipUDDER- HOLD TIGHT TO CELLAR POSITION. OILERS OPEN A THREE GAME SERIES HERE TO- DAY WITH GIANTS. The Beaumont Oilers will be truest- of the Giants here Saturday Sunday and Monday at Gardner Ball. yard The Oiler are hustling toward the top Just now and are In third place while the Giants have a feeble grip on fourth place. This does not mean however that the Goliaths have been loafing for they won five out of nine games played on their tour in Soulb Texas. Tbey are flg- nring if the brakes are any ways in their favor in these three clash- es they will be on their way to the top of the heap. The Buffs who arc leading the hounds are the next card to pitch battle here commencing Tuesday and concluding Wednesday June 28 and 29 and if the clan of Whitaker Is successful lei grabbing two from the prsncing Buffs and three from Linton's runner ups the home guard will...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 25 June 1921

I THK PALLAS EXrRKSS DALLAS TEXAS. SATURDAY. JUXK 2.5. 1021. PACE 8F.VK5. i PERSONAL 3IKNT10X. Mrs. Mary Hill of Tulsa Oklahoma is in the city visiting relatives and her uunt Mrs. Ellen Pope 1016 Al- len street. Mr. Sherman Hill is in the cUy visiting relatives and friends. He is i loin Tulsa Olkahoma. . Mr. A. W. Green and Mrs- Mattio Bell Howard 409 College Avenue were quietly married Wednesday ev- ening June 8th at 8.30 P. m. Anmrillo June 23. The Masonics' annual sermon was preached on the l!)th by Rev. A. G. Menogan rfastoi of the Baptist church. Those pres- old were: Bros. Sam James R. L. Castle A Darr L Dalton W. E. Munchus Edd Lee 0. L. Hawkins P. Shorten L. Whitlow G. Gipson M- Jefferson P. Smiley M. McKinney E; ford R. Driscoe P. Davis C. A. Arnold S. Goodwin J. S. Stokes D. Ramsey t5ol Owens. Henry Wil- liams and Will Henry. Collection $30.54. W. S. Willis G C. of Grand Lodge Colored KuH-hts of Pythias was in town Wednesday. Mrs. J. M. Donaldson left Wed- nesday morning f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 25 June 1921

'. f 1 ' THK D.UJ-AS EXJTtKSS DAM-AS. TEXAS SATCRP.AY JUXE S3. 1921. mob mnHT I!-" i. 4' j Si VELVET BROWN PREPAR- ARATIONS For SKIN ' and ' HAIR are the re- mit of years of experiment and study by me. The fact'tbat I am graduate in Medicine and Dentistry Is a GUARANTEE that the best drugs properly combined are sued in my prep arations. ' In leas than a year on the mar- ket these goods have followed this Express . ad Into thousands of homed and marie good. THE CREAM positively BLEACHES; removes every blem- ish holds any powder perfectly all day and keeps the skin soft and tender as a spring violet. Hair r. Ined by nature or harm- ful preparations rpond readily to my UUOWKIt. The PKEHSINQ OIL g-lvea a fine gio and la Dearly smokeless. VHK these preparations ana you will catnh this snillo. Velvet Ilrown Fare Cream 11.10 Velvet Ilrown Hair Grower J12 Velvet Hrown rresslnir OH J"2 Velvet Ilrown Temple Grower .2C Agents wanted. Liberal oomn.ls- ton. Information given and or- ders filled ...

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