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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 November 1920

Friday, November 26, 1920. T H E J EW ISH MONITOR Forty-Seven Mlon alone there were 14 )00 of them, and in the Argonne Forest this division captured 54 German guns. This shows that at Argonne the Jew ish boys from the United States fought for democracy as Joshua fought against the Amalekites on the plains of Abraham. In an address Oon the so-called "Lost Battallion," led by Colonel Whittlesey, of Pittafield, Major General Alexander shows the fighting stuff these Jewish boys were made of. In some way or another Whittlesey'! command was surround ed. They were short of rations. They tried to get word hack to the rear telling of their plight They tried and they tried, but their men never got through. Paralysis and stupefi cation and despair were in the air. And when the hour was darkest and all seemed lost, a soldier lad stepped forward and said to Colonel Whittle sey: "I will try to get through." He tried, he was wounded, he had to creep and crawl, but he got through. Today he wears th...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 November 1920

Forty-Eight THE JEWISH MONITOR Fridoy, November 26, 1920. t .v'.'...''.'.'.'.1;.1, ' 1 1 ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 11111 " The Inter-racial Council 2M Broadway. N.Y. TO THE FOREIGN BORN You have brought to America your racial talents, industry, strength, and love of libertybut Your hands are tied by ignorance of the English language. Get rid of these fetters, and then you can help make America great and strong and beautiful. Learn the English language. MMtMMniMMMIMMMMMMMMMHttMMMtMMMMMUMMl

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 November 1920

Friday, November 26, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Forty-Nine EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS TKt Rabbi Martin Zlalonka . Rabbi David LafkowlU Rabbi David Roaanbaum Rabbi Hanry Cohan Rabbi A. Warna Rabbi A. E. Abramowlts Rabbi Wolfa Maeht EDITORIAL EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS Oklahoma Rabbi Joa. Blalt Rabbi Morrla Tailor Rabbi Chaa. B. Lata Arkanaaa Rabbi Laonard Rothataln Rabbi Joaaph H. ttoll Loulalana Rabbi A. Brill Rabbi Harry A. Marflald RABBI GEORGE FOX, Editor THE JEWISH CONGRESS CONTROVERSY. We published last week an open letter from Mr. Abraham Schomer and hia associates on the Congress Committee. Mr. Schomer takes the position that we, and others like us, ought to be in the lead in this movement, instead of opposing it. The Congress Committee is in error if it believes that it is be cause of fear largely, that we op pose this movement. That we do fear its consequences to a cer tain degree is correct. But there is a much larger element than fear, involved in this matter. Mr. Schomer states th...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 November 1920

Fifty THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, November 26, 1920. . as far as we are concerned and we don't for a minute believe this but it will not settle it as far as . the religious question bears on others. Mr. Schomer is, to our mind, greatly mistaken when he says that "all the talk of ethnic, relig ious, political economic, and oth er similar causes underlying the Jewish Question, is pompus nothingness." His ideas' on the matter of what he calls "Head ship and Self," we will treat in our next issue. On that side of the question there is much to be said. I NEWS FROM DALLAS FORT WORTH NEWSl Mr. Sol Jacobs of Tulsa spent a few days in the city during the past week. He was called to the bedside of his father, Mr. H. Jacobs. Miss Sara Carb, kindergartner and active civic and Temple worker, pass ed away last Thursday evening after a lingering illness. Miss Carb was one of the most beloved women in Fort Worth and a host of sorrowing friends mourn her loss. She was one of the pioneer kindergarten ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 November 1920

Friday, November 26, 1920. TEE JEWI8H MONITOR Fifty-One Why Pay More? V 3 vii xvu WtVJLl. ftVt LJLJL UVOL JLTltCiU. Made with Pure Milk Large Loaves ... 15c Small Loaves ... 10c I have the Best Fruit Cake that can Ever be Made $1.00 Per Pound in Cakes of All Sizes Mixed Gut Fruit to make your own cake $1 00 Per Pound a To Our Many Friends who used to Send us Mail Orders We will say that we Fill Mail Orders Promptly the Same Day Received No Mail Order filled for less than ONE DOLLAR. We Specialize in Baking Pompernickel Poppe Seed Rolls Egg Twist Pure Rye Bread Good Bread being the Staff of Life, Its Worth Going Out of Your Way To Keep Your Digestive Organ from Going Wrong. Gootgeld Bake ry g )i LOUIS GOOTGELD, Sole Owner 1005 HOUSTON STREET LAMAR 4993

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 November 1920

Fifty-Two THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, November 26, 1920. THEJEWISHMONITOR PUBLISHED WKEKLY BY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. 'Phene, Uinw M0 DR. OIORQE FOX EDITOR LOU I MORRIS.. ...... Business Manager U. M. C1WP Circulation Manager Offloara Dr. George Fox Prealdent hn Llpehlts Viee-Presldent Louis Morris Secretary-Treasurer Tha editor la not responsible (or vlawa ex pressed by eontrlbutora. Anonymous letters will receive no consideration. Entered In tha Fort Worth Poatoffloa as aeond Claaa Mall Uattar by tha Moni tor Publiahlnf Company. JEWISH CALENDAR WSL1920 Naw Taara Ev Sun., Sept. II Tom Klppur Wad., Sept. 12 Buccoth (First Day) . ...Mon., Sept 17 Buccoth (Last Day flhlmlnl- Ataereth) Mon., Oct 4 81mchatch Torah Tuea., Oct Roach-Chodeach Cheavan Wed., Oct 1 Roach-Chodeech Klilev ..Frl., Nov. 11 Chanukah (Feaat of Dedlca- tlon ..) Mon., Dec. Rosch-Chodesch Tebeth..8un., ..Deo. 11 Fast of Tebeth Tuea., Deo. 11 SM1-1921 Roach-Chodeach Bhebat ....Mon., Jan. 10 Roaoh-Chodeach Adar Wed., ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 November 1920

Friday, November 26, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Fifty-Three THE STATE OF TEXAS B.,if t. J,0, C'im n C-J881. B..l?iu .V hreby commanded to make Prbn.0h.tdh'fc,ufi,i!! ,n om " paper published In aald County, for four coneecut ve week, prevloueto the first h.r.o?y SKS" 2i th- re S?n day hnttnVrerA" Smith whoae residence la unknown and be and LnnA. hereln mentlonal, to M and appear before the aaid District th.1 n!.Vth Ju1,"clttl D1 of Tex-' Km ..nex4 re"ular term thereof, to be Fort Uor rSnX' "I tnen 'nd tner to answer the SU5'?S1-,.U,on .of th State of Texaa! mi In lf Uh 0n th6 7th of July lhS'r. 2 fSido.a0Ve. "umbered cause wherein the State of Texaa la Plaintiff and the hereinbefore named parties di. ff,?!ii .at.Lh,o. are now delinquent and 114 m rf,?.-'..8.11- taXM mounting to in;if.!liunty taXM amounting to $28.45. n i?' D?"lt)f mounting to 10 per U.?f ld " 'or the yeara, Inclid- M 'Ln.Ce. th' W 1912' for wh'ch the ,.ar d8"nquent, together with per cent Interest on aald taxea from th...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 November 1920

j Fifty-Four THE JEWISH MONITOR CITATION BY PUBLICATION. The State of Texas, In the District Court , Tarrant County, Texas, December Term A. D. 1920. To the 8heriff of Any Constable of Tur . rant County, Greeting: You are hereby commanded, That, by making publication of this Citation in some newspaper published In the County of Tarrant four consecutive weeks prev ious to the return day hereof, you sum mon Dudley Major, whose residence is unknown, to be and appear before the District Court, to be holden In and for the County of Tarrant, at the Court House thereof. In the City of Fort Worth, on the first Monday in December A. D. 1920, the same being the 6th day of said month, then and there to answer the petition of Hazel Major as plaintiff, tiled in said Court, on the 4th day of November, A. D. 1920, against Dudley Major as defendant, said suit being numbered 64686, the na ture of which demand is as follows, to wit: Plaintiff sues defendant for divorce upon the grounds of excessive, ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 November 1920

Friday,' November 26, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Fifty-Five . ADDITIONAL DALLAS ITEMS Mr. and Mrs. Herman .Philipson have returned from their wedding journey and are at home at Oak Lawn Inn. Mrs. Lee Swope has as her guest her sister, Mrs. Fineberg of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Linz entertain ped Tuesday evening for their niece, Miss Adelaide Bach of Chicago with a Majestic theatre party followed by a dinner dance at the Adolphus Hotel. Fifteen couples enjoyed the evening. Mrs. Samuel Adler is entertaining with a series of affairs for her sister, Miss Lillian York of Pittsburg, Pa. Dr. and Mrs. Emil Aaronson of 1805 South Ervay street will hold a formal v afternoon "at home" Sunday after noon from 4 to 6 o'clock to honor their house guests, Miss Beatrice Baum of Humboldt, Tenn. ' , Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Frank of Montgomery, Alabama. . - are the guests of their daughter, Mrs. Robert Mayer, 2821 South Boulevard. Miss Karline and Mildred Lichen stein of Shreveport, La. are visiting their...

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Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 November 1920

Fifty-Six THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, November 26, 1020. We at all times serve the freshest and most wholesome goods to be found on the Fort Worth market OUR FANCY LINE OF SMOKED AND PICKLED MEATS ALWAYS MEETS WITH APPROVAL Our goods are sold by weight or served in lunches REVEREND 0, Frank (Horns ii IL Kosher Delicatessen JOE GREENBERG, Proprietor 113 East Tenth Street Phone Lamar 4828 U 711 HOUXTON sr: Thurs. Fri. and Sat. (This Week) Levis wf. SelznlcK Presents m Mts. Baillie R?jnol&s THE DAUGHTER. PAYS" Dixecud by Robert ElUs Pictu.rzd 3vj Edwotd J, Montagna The story of a man who married a girl because he hated her mother. He wanted to make the daughter pay. WILL SPEAK AT THE Hebreu Institut SUNDAY, tlOV. 28TH, 3:30 P. M. Reverend Norris recently returned from a visit to Pales tine. He made a thorough study of the conditions over there and is able to give us an impartial opinion about the expectations of our homeless brethren who turn their eyes to Palestine as their future ...

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Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 November 1920

'- -- t4- t t ARE YOU CONTEMPLATING BUYING FURNITURE If so, now is the time Assortments are complete and Prices have been adjusted downward. A WORD TO THE WISE IS SUFFICIENT RodgerS'Meyers The Criterion Hometurnishcrs Visit the News-Journal riant when in Dallas You're Always $ Welcome '- H onest, Abover-oard Circulation Hased on "Audit Bureau of Cir culations" Reports. IMunl of A. II. HKI.n X ( .. I'uMNh.rs. Your Newspapers nut (mi mi mi m mm i am bitch novai ukiiiicm - oyuuoo.oooat mvM mora Buaira f 4 st aw r l.Tr rXXlig . ESTIMATED 200.000 CIIILDREII AT FAIR inoumoi Toinriof i;as$ wwiEST (JilHD pnw "'""jvT . iiiw mi uck u rm ... ... , T ,lH . ninno rm More than comon newspapers, they are the spirit of Texas an J Dallas, with whom they have grown up. Quickest, most far reaching and reliable news sen-ices; audited ciruulation, highest quality readers, make the News and the Journal the chosen advertising mediums of the Southwest. Read Them for News Advertise in Them for Best Results ...

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Page 44 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 November 1920

"Dr. Austin's Health Builders" ASK TO SEE THEM HEM, ' .. "DR. AUSTIN'S HEALTH BUILDERS" are construct ed especially for the Southern trade. It is the most flex ible shoe on the market and the steel arch support, built into the shank, makes it the most comfortable shoe for Men troubled with weak arches and tender feet. "DR. AUSTIN'S HEALTH BUILDERS" are made in our own factory and we carry them in stock at our Dal las House in six different styles. If your dealer does not carry them in stock, write us and we will furnish you the names of those nearest you who are supplied. WE SELL WHOLESALE ONLY Graham-Brown Shoe Co "The Pioneer Wholesale Shoe House of the Southwest." DALLAS, TEXAS V mm- Conceded to be the Busiest Store in Texas THE LATEST STYLES THE FINEST MERCHANDISE DEPENDABLE INEXPENSIVE GOODS A. Harris & Co In the Heart of Dallas. The Central State Bank opened for business in May, 1914, with Capital of $200,000, 00. The great war set the world aflame in the latter part of th...

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Page 45 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 November 1920

The i li srg I 11 I LY Ki DP. GEOPGE FOX.DITOP GPffl SbVTfflES. VOL X, NO. II. FORT WORTH-DALLAS, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2C, 1920. Price 5 Cents I . A History of Dallas In 1841 when that hardy pioneer, John bank resources t i. . . i i i Now. 1, 1900 1 7.251,000 Bryan, scratched his head, shifted his sus- Nov. i, iio 28.537.uo penders and selected as his home a camp on d!1 31', 1iVi8 : ill! " iej'ws the upper reaches of the Trinity, naming it D,e- 31 1919 " " g'fj j ' deposits after George M. Dallas, former Vice Pres- My 1, 191s t 30.187.48 ident of the United States, he builded bet- o!c. si', 1919 I";;".;;!""!;! miIwvm ter than he knew. Keeping step with the BANK clearings development of the Southwest, Dallas has w """!.'!.".".' Jooioooiooo . ,. ... . ., 1917 790,312.779 grown from a sprawling village to a city is i.07.092.24 4 with a skyline which Collier's Weekly says 19,9 u31.379.1e1 is outclassed only by that of New York; a Dalla, bank clearings during 1919, in city supreme in ...

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Page 46 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 November 1920

Two THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, November 26, 1920. Chamber of Commerce. This business is itemized roughly as follows: Automobile! and kindred line $193,354,000 Dry Goodi, Millinery, Clothing, etc 78,750,000 Building Material! 47,005,000 Farm Implement! and Machinery 35,000,000 Cotton Seed Product! 26,650,000 Packing Houae Product! 20,000,000 Food Product! (Wholesale Grocerlei, etc.) .. 35,7t0,000 Saddlery, Harneil, Shoeflndlngi etc. 12,500,000 Flour 11,000,000 Wholeiale Produce 0 6,500,000 Crackeri, Cakei, Bread, etc 4,653,000 Moving Picture Fllme and Acceaaorlei 10,000,000 Hardware and Heavy Machinery 9,600,000 Office Suppllea, Book!, Typewriter!, etc 4,400,000 Musical Good! 6,000,000 Electrical Good! and Supplies 7,150,000 Drugi and Sundrle! 6,500,000 Furniture 3,150,000 Print Paper, Stationery, etc 2,200,000 Paper Baga, Wrapping Paper, Roofing Paper etc 4,625,000 Preue!, Type, Printing Material! 7M,000 Ready Prlnta, Plate!, Engraving! 240,000 Sporting Good! 4,400,000 Jewelry and O...

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Page 47 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 November 1920

Friday, November 26, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Threi ber of Northern corporations are seeking Southwestern headquarters, and the other is that Dallas has more buildings available for them this year than last. Dallas' build ing permits for 1919 were $14,295,520, and for the fiscal year ending May 1, 1920, they reached $20,881,484, breaking all former records of the city. Dallas is the skyscrap er center of the Southwest, with 61 build ings either completed or under construction six or more stories in height. Ten years ago the Praetorian Building was the only sky scraper in Dallas, or in Texas for that mat ter. ; Among the larger buildings either recent ly completed or under way are the 25-story Magnolia Petroleum Building; the Procter & Gamble Co., which is expending more than $2,000,000 on the first unit of its Dal las' plant; the $1,000,000 addition to the Jefferson Hotel, which will bring the capa city of that hostelry up to 400 rooms ; the $1,000,000 twelve-story Dallas County...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 48 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 November 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, November 26, 1920. Four MMI Hickey-Freeman ;; CLOTHES FOR MEN ;;' ;; COMPLIMENTS OF ;; THE SHOW CLOTHES OF AMERICA ' WEILS Hurst Bros. Co. I ;; MAIN AT FIELD TEXAS' FINEST CLOTHES SHOP compliments FLOWERS FOR ALL I OCCASIONS WcbstCr Quality and Service f ft (OUR MOTTO" Grocery lo. I Lang Floral & Nursery Co. j; " ;; THE souths largest FLORAL HOUSE '' UIMMMItMMIIIIIIMMMMMMUtMMHttMtt Afternoon Tea specialists leather and findings Dansant JUNIOR BALLROOM rr-C?fo PlVvir Every Saturday Afternoon from 4 to 6 IVlirnHS' I HANK MILLER'S ADOLPHUS 1l ORCHESTRA The best dance music in the J ! ;; Southwest " ;; SHOE STORE SUPPLIES AND SHOE MACHINERY ADOLPHUS HOTEL (Forty Years Knowing How) S. KOENIGSBERG I! HOUSEHOLD GOODS, MOVING, PACKING & SHIPPING " TAILOR and Storage : IMPORTER Baggage :: Taxictbs :: Touring Cars ;; Phone Main 623 1304 'i Main St., Upstair ; BAGGAGE Checked -Through to Destination Our Office, Adolphus ; ;; notel ;;

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Page 49 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 November 1920

Friday, November 26, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Five and distribution of saddlery, harness and cotton gin machinery. Dallas is the third largest farm imple ment and machinery depot in the Nation. Dallas leads the Southwest as a distribu tor of dry goods, automobiles, tires, tubes and accessories, motor trucks, paper, office supplies, musical goods, building materials, heavy hardware, jewelry and optical goods, sporting goods, soda fountains, electrical goods and many other lines. Dallas is the leading insurance center of the Southwest, all branches of insurance being represented with Southwestern head quarters in the city. Dallas is the leading market-place of Texas, a State that produced $2,500,000,000 worth of new wealth in 1919, or $2,500 worth of each family of five. Dallas has the largest State Fair in the Union, with $2,225,000 invested in build ings and grounds. Approximately 1,000,000 pass through the gates of the State Fair an nually. In connection with the State Fair this fa...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 50 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 November 1920

Six THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, November 28, 1920. ARE YOU CONTEMPLATING BUYING FURNITURE If so, now is the time Assortments are complete and Prices have been adjusted downward. A WORD TO THE WISE IS SUFFICIENT Rodgers-Meyers The Criterion Homefurnishers Visit the News Journal Plant when in Dallas You're Always Welcome i'J.j D - Honest, Aboveboard Circulation Based on "Audit Bureau of Cir culations" Report i. Plant of A. H. BELO & CO, Publishers, Dallas. Your Newspapers Wtt jlallal Jfonrraj Jttofl l nm m ii Donmirjn coaiiii mmmt RMPWfWH'UIIN mm MB Mt M Wi4 tum Boai rtnii m m mu rt . .7Xjaj - 5 0 ' 200.000 A T FAIR SUSDA Y THE PALLAS JOURNAL hu ma rwo . f X ,1 V N!ueiauiuaimiin wra ro U? . A hlKIIMlll Mint r "Vk J .mm ob ramM ESTIMATED 200.000 CHILDREN AT FAIR Uioumoi lTOKCTta iw . iw BIGGEST CROWD nnuU 0N "CORD IS rACIING FAR! r ,M n I M M M More than comon newspapers, they are the spirit of Texas and Dallas, with whom they have grown up. Quickest, most far reaching and reliable ...

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Page 51 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 November 1920

Friday, November 26, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR The Tragic Situation of the Jews In Poland A STRIKING DESCRIPTION BY AN AMERICAN OFFICER, The New York Globe has the follow ing ipecial correspondence by Major Sanford Griffith, an American officer in Poland: Warsaw, Poland: (By Mail). "If it were not for American aid a fourth of the Jewish population here in Pol and would have atarved," a prominent Jewish physician hero in Warsaw re marked to me. "My visits to the Ghetto here and in towns on the line of the Bolshevist advance fully confirmed the accuarcy of this statement There can be no doubt that a large number of the 6, 000,000 Jews in Poland would have gone under, and that nearly as large a number who have r.ot the good for tune to have relatives in America are at present in various stages of starva tion. "The immediate effect of hunger are hard to measure. They show them selves in undergrowth, apathy, arrett ed mental development. These are all characteristic of the Jewish popula t...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 52 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 26 November 1920

Eight THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, November 26, 1020, Our Apparel For Autumn Portrays New Fashions at their Best - A superb collection of Suits and Street Dresses, Frocks for Teas, Dinners, Dances, and the Smartest Togs for outdoor wear. Each garment shown has been chosen to compliment the loveliness of each particular type of womanhood. MENS' AND YOUNG MENS' FALL SUITS AND OVERCOATS We've solved the Clothes problem for men with all wool fabrics, sound workmanship, perfect fit and style, in guar anteed garments. Wise Planning has Made Possible Wise Priceings which will be found unusually satisfactory CANGER BROQ DALLAS, TEXAS Temple Lumber Co. Building Materials of all Kinds 2428 S. Harwood St. f Inc. "The Worlds Safest Milk1" Tennessee Dairy Routes cover every block in Dallas, Highland Park and Mount Auburn. Phones Y-4173 Y-1858 Y-1822 HOME FURNITURE COMPANY Dallas Newest Furniture Store Elm at Preston Street Have on display at all times a complete line of FURNITURE & RUGS PENINS...

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