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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 27 March 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1920. TEXAS TOWNS MXN'EEAL WELLS Mineral Wells, Texas, Mar 25. 1920. Rev. H. C Wyatt of Ennis, preach ed an excellent sermon at tbe C. M. E. church Wednesday night Revs. C. O. Smith and Rucker were In town visiting their families last week. Miss Laura Terrell of Waxa hachle cityi school visited Mineral Wells Saturday and -Sunday. Mrs. Pedro made a flying trip to Dallas Friday. Mr. Wash Waldron was in town last week from Dallas shaking hands with friends. The neat little residence of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Kemp Is nearly completed , and will add much to the attractiveness of the city. Prof. L. G. Luper was in town Saturday selling oil shares and delivering certificates. The Minister's Alliance met with Mt. Hermon Bap tist church Tuesday March 16. Ser vices were splendid. Rev. C. E. , Smith preached a splendid sermon Rev. Sutton has returned from Sea goville, Texas, where he has been carrying on a revival. Mrs. Stella Sims has moved to ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 27 March 1920

THE DALLAS EXfRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1920. I'AGli rOlU THE DALLAS EXPRESS, MtMSER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Publlahed every Saturday morning IB to jut t 1600 Uwlu Afanua. by rna paulas kxsss puBLisHiita COM PAST. (Incorporated) Dallaa. Texaa. Ir Vera OBm, Froat ft Troat 11 n. th Street. OblaKo omrc. froat Froat, Bey M Building. Atiaaia uln Froat Froat. Can lor Buildlnx. Nnhiriiie o, Fruat Froat. In eienlent Ufa Building. SVHSCKITION IX ADVANCE. One Tear ... ..... 61x Months - Three Mentha Single Copy . $2.00 $1.00 .. .75 -.05 HOTICB TO Till rUBLJC Any erroneoue reflection upon tb character, atnndlna; or reputation of any purar.n, firm or corporation whloh titr appear In the coluaina of The Dallaa Expreaa will be gladly cor retd upon lta be I rip; brought to the atleatten of th publlabera. Kntored at Pout Office at Dallaa, foiaa. aa aecond-claaa inatter, under lot of Congreaa. March. 17. IMI'OIITANT No aubacrlptlnna mailed for a l"a period thnn three miintha...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 27 March 1920

page nvu DEPARTMENT FOR WOMEN MOTTO: "To live and learn and be all that .not harms distinctive Womanhood" Tennyson THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1920. A MOMENT WITH THE CONDUCTOR JULIETTE LEE. THE GNATS OF LIFE Many women seem to worry and fret .over the little1 things of life. They magnify minor misfortunes and inconveniences so very much that they make life a misery for them selves and for every one with whom they come in contact - I once read a story entitled the "Gnats of Life," and that little story and Its message has rung in my heart for many years. The ?ist of the story was this: A young married woman, awoke to find mar ried life quite different from her dreams, her husband was not the gallant suitor and companion of her courtship dreams Her little home lacked the comforts and beauty she had hoped for; her household duties resolved Into daily labor that sorely wore on her nerves and taxed her strength, robbing her of her beauty and daintiness. Those ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 27 March 1920

I HE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1920. fir.;?, fix married last -week. Miss Christine Griasom visited McKlnney Sunday. - C. SL E. CburcU Jloteg The men of the church celebrated Mcna Day on the 2nd Sunday and set a new record: 187.89 was the ' collection. A large crowd heard the special sermon on Mercy preached by the pastor last Sunday. The montn ly meeting of the Missionary So ciety was. held at 4:00 p. m. last Sunday and four, out of five wards reported; the receipts of the Missi onary meeting was $34.12. Mrs. Eliza Tucker is the President. Hach nft ru ber of the church la asked to pay '.--.-lk.s7-',S.- " V ' on Easter Sunday not less than f 1.25. REV. W. L. SMITH. Pastor. G. C. O.W. : i J J T. K. TOLA! If GET THE TH 'ol 5i ft The Colden Chain of the World has got the habit when It gets a telegram announcing the death of a member, to draw a check for $200.00 witnln 11 minutes for the member's family. The American Exchange National Bank, Dallas' big bank, our...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 27 March 1920

dllaV.W V, ' i " ' " THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEX AS SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1920. r UK. HUK'IUA 1 I IV . l!0-,OJ-- ', I I. W WILLIAMS V I 1 Ua lift 11 MIWI I IjIKVT. KEKD WILL REPRESENT RACE CONGRESS IN TEXAS. .4,; ?'' 1 Lieut. D. L. Reed, formerly of U. S. Array, now special represent- atlve of the Race Congress with of fices In Washington, D. C, visited Dallas a few days ago, preparatory to beginning his lecture tour of Teras. The Race 'Congress hns as Us v aim a systemmatlc betterment of Negro conditions by the encour agement of them to build business, buy homes and become more pro ductive generally, and also to cre ate a better relation between the -races. It has an Information bureau connected with Its operation- which - takes note of Injustices to Negroes and these Instances are taken up, investigated and- protested against by special t representatives before the legislatures and governing bod ies of the sections In which they occur. Lieut. Reed has traveled and spoken extensi...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 27 March 1920

- . THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1920. ' :czsxfc 5i VELVET DROWN "THE FACE AND SKIN, PREPARATION SUPREME" Iks Tcld Its Own Story (3 I pf 7 : 3 H I! ii . 1 The many expressions and letters of commendation (hnt are coming In dally from every where cause me to SMIUS for I am HAPPY that VELVET BROWN users are so SATISFIED. I claim that Velvet Brown Is the BEST face preparation, for It is not a sucay common crease In a tin box, but an exquisitely and daintily per fumed "toilet cream" that BLEACHES you to that soft, velvety tint which PLEASES AND SATISFIES. Removes blackheads, pimples, ringworms, blotches and makes the skin tender and smooth as a spring violet. worn1 you wear the velvet brown smile? Daintily perfumed ami tastily packed in opal Jars PRICE PEE JAR - - $1.10 , Nothing good these days is cheap Agents wanted ' AU Over the World Liberal Commbtalons " and Ready Bales May be obtained from DR. FRANK! HAWKINS, I "' v.,.-' v ' '' . ... . . : ' ' ;. Dallas, ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 27 March 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS. SATURDAY, MARCH 27 1920, PAGE NTVH LsGal happenings EVEBYTHING FIT TO PRINT J. ALBA AUSTIN, City Editor Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ewing enter tained Mr. D. V. Hooper with a swell dinner last Wednesday evening. Mrs. Ida Belle Runnells after an extended visit to Paris has returned to the city. Mr. Chas. T. Bracking entertained a party . ot friends with a "stag lust Friday night. Masquerade Ball at the Green Parrott. Thursday, April 1. Mr. A. J. Turner and Leachman Rodfters spent last Monday in Fort Worth. They made Fort know that they were there. Mr. Edgar Williams of Fort Worth made bis friend, Mr. Frank Alexander a visit last Monday. ' - ' Mrs. D. V. Hooper has returned to the city after a short visit to friends In Denlson. V Mr. R. Lee Jones Is In Marchall Mrs. 1 R. Lee Jones In Marshall visltlm? her mother, Mrs. Susie Tay lor, stewardess of Marshall College. Mrs. Emmie Ash-Doak is still in the city, but will leave- soon for the sunny clime of California...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 27 March 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRFSS. PALLAS, TEXAS. SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1920. AGE TEX n n n n tt "i r""" C n il 9 M .... X M OH i Jlll COMMERCIAL iJEtl S w i n n A A f 1 F n V i ti n n U UU II II LJ JL'Jl y V t y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y f y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y. y y y y y y Offers special inducement to Ladies of the city in purchasing shares f IN OUR II (Which expects to begin the operation of a chain of gro cery store soon.) They are permitted to purchase shares until the charter, which has been applied for Is received and the store begins operation. - Belling shores to men concludes Momlny night, March 29th. Buy Your Shares Now For further information Ring H. 8156 E. COSTON, Secy.. J. H. JONES, Pres. t y y y i f y y y y y y y y y y f y t y y y y y y y y y y V y y y y y y y y y tin BASE II A IX. Around Iocal Camp. By J. Alba Austin. From Camp Whitaker comes the report that Bobby Sloan, who finish ed the season with .Royal Olants or New York, last year will be captain of t...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 27 March 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 27t 1920. PAGE ELEY8 (nl. .n Free Free Free T WW M 1 K IMI M Extra pants FREE with each suit order. These pants sell from $12.00 to $25.00 each. We give them to you absolutely FREE. i ' ! JOHN HARRIS, Owner and Manager EVERY SUNDAY THE LION MAN', iVa fl ME ST feifra 4? M OO K t "It tut Oo . . ii o I t '"I o V ' ' i i . A ' ' i i . i, i i i i ' ' 4 ol 4 A 4 4 M . 2220 ELM STREET Wm. HALL, Tailor Start your suit now while you can get the extra pants free. Make a small payment and pay balance as you can. ": : M II. I I I I I II. I I'll l.ll .1.1 I I I I I M I'll Ki WE HAVE ALL THE LATEST PATTERNS MAKE IN ANY STYLE YOU LIKE ii. i'.i i'ii ii. i n.i 1 1 i ii. i ii. i 1 1 . i ki k.i 1 1 i .i.i .i.i .i.i i'ii i'ii 4tittitltMtMi CHURCH OF GOU Sunday school opened with -od attendance. At 11 a. m. the pastor preached an able sermon from Matt. 16-18. At 3 o'clock Rev. Wm.. Gill of Oklahoma preached from Horn. 8-19. All enjoyed a spiritual sermo...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 27 March 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1920. IMf.'E TWF.lt R the Dallas Express will be found the advertisement of the Star Tailoring Company, 2220 Elm street, a new Tailoring concern with an attrac tive line of Spring and summer sam ples with which to select from. Mr. William Hall, a finished tailor has charge of the tailoring end and in vites the public to Inspect the stock. Read their ad. We call attention of our many readers to the announcement of 1 lift U ttyy aaaa in I I i r a r r i M b ,A ,A " nit i '- i n U Ml 1 U Lt"yj LZJLTj LJ yyyy yyyy yyyy yyyy yyyt yyyy yyyy yyyy "South' Finest Colored Theatre" 2407 ELM STREET clothers at 1810 Elm street, which X X X X wl" be found elsewhere in this is- sue. Mr. Lewis, the congenial man ager, who Is ever on the alert to ft If m w w. WW tomers yyyy We present to the Movie Lovers of Dallas the greatest program of the year starting Sunday, yy YY yyyy March 28. If you can't get in at night come to the 10 Cent Daily Bargain ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 3 April 1920

WHATEVER enlarges hope will exalt courage. Johnson. Founded t w. b. Eng. . Tkt Republican Parly Is The Ship, 411 Else Is The 8m" Fred Douglas. $2.00 Per Armumv VOL. 27, NO. 20. ' TIIE PALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1920. PRICE FITE CEHTft RICHARDSON ASKED TO . , ; . EDITOR OF THE HOUSTON OBSERVER, ASKED BY PROMINENT POLITICIANS OF HOUSTON TO ENTER THE RACE Houston. Texaa, March IS, 1920. To the Republican Voter of Texan: We realize the tremendouii tank undertaken by the true and tried Re publicans of Texas to take from control, in party affaire In Texaa, that class of men who would deny men their rights to participate in the party affairs and management be cause of the color of their skin. We hall with delight the entrance of Hon. William M. McDonald of Fort Worth, Texas, Jn the race as one of the four delegate from the State-at-large to the National Republican Convention, which meets in Chicago, 111., June 8. 1920. After having carefully looked over the Held, we h...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 3 April 1920

PACK TV0 THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, APRIL 8, 1020 9 PHIL I. REGISTER, REPORTER, Hl'A CALKOUX STREET ,- V r- ; i ges are now going on. New cl amies are soon to form. Those desiring to enter the Auto-Mechanical Course are notified to get their applications In immediately as the new class is soon to begin. Iiev. Sparks, the ambitious and ' 81. James Baptist Church. Eleven o'clock service the pastor flntuhed the series of Christian Love, sermon Jude Harrison was Intro duced and made some very lncourae iog remarks. Then a sweet nolo by decided to go back, sell out and come back to this great city. Mr. Wiley Brown and Mr. Polite Christian were In the city Sunday: they have been In Oklahoma and Kansas for two months. They left Mrs. Purnell, "What will you say i Monday for Denison, Texas. earnest chairman of the Bible class In the Judgement Day?" Six Joined' St James Dramatic club player Fort Worth, Texas,' April 1. On March 24th Rooen Heights, West Side, the Colored High and James K...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 3 April 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, APRIL 8, 1920. TEXAS TAYLOR. Taylor, Texas, April 1. Presiding Elder Rev. W. S. JohnBon of the Austin District held his conference at Allen Chapel A. M. E. church. The revival under the management of Rev. J. D. Leonard closed Sun day with 30 additions and baptising Sunday evening at the church in their new pool. Mrs. BeBsle Hicks Berry and slBter, Myrtle were called to Houston to the bedside of a sick relative. Eminent Lodge No. 28 K. of P. had their annual ser vices with appropriate program. Many good thlngB were said for the order. Dr. T. M. Shadowens left for Houston, his future home to practice, M "s. Shadowens and son accompanied him. Rev. L. W. Mackey and his good wife have purchased the business of Mr. Wm. Harrison and begun , business at once and extend to all a cordial welcome in their new venture. They have a home already here and their son Prank will ably assist them and conduct the business. We welcome them back home and wish them much s...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 3 April 1920

THK DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, APRIL , 1920. TIIC DALLAS EXPRESS, NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published OTery Saturder morning toe year at 2600 Kwlaa Avenue. br raa bilui kxpkm ptblisuiho COMPACT. (Incorporated) Dallae. Texaa. Hw Tork Office. Froat Froat 11 W. ltta Street Chlr.ne ottlre, Froat Froat, Bjr- imtldinj. Adnata office, Froat Froat, Can ller IJuildin. Maahvllle fifflpe. Front Froat, la lapendent Life HuHtllng. Sl'KSCKITIOX IS ADVANCE. One Year ............12.00 Six Months $1.00 Three Months .. ,75 Singlej:op-..C". ..... ,05 HOTICR TO TUB PTJBLK3. AaT erronoona raflectlna upon the rearacter. etandlne; or reputation of mr Drnn. Arm or corporation whtah it appear In the coluaina of The Dallae JCxDreae will be erladly cor rected upon Ita belnv brought to the attention or the publisher a. Kntored at Pout Office at Dallaa. Texaa. aa iond"'l" matter, under let of Consreaa. March. 1S7. IMPOHTAKT No atiharrlptlnna mailed for a le period than threo nwnihi. Payment lor aame ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 3 April 1920

PAGB VIVO DEPARTMENT FOR WOMEN MOTTO: "To live and learn and be all that not harms distinctive Womanhood" Tennyson THE DALLAS EXPKKSS, DALLAS TEXAS, APRIL 8, 1920. V? A MOMENT WITH THE CONDUCTOR JULIETTE LEE. WOXAX, BEHOLD 1MT 80N1 We are about to celebrate another Easter season, tbe commemoration of our Lord's victory over death. Our thoughts wander back to Cal vary to the trial and itrnomlny of our Lord's death. We think of the March down the streets of Jeruselem on to the garden of Gethsemano, and we think of the struggling under- the weary load of the cross; then comes on the scene, that man of color, Simon, a Cyrenlan who takes the cross and lays It on his own strong, broad shouldors, winning for him self an honorable and lasting name In History. Also, Btandlng as a rcp rentative of the dark races, at this closing scene in our Lord's life and ministry. The children of Simon are still singing "Were you there when they Crucified my. Lord Oh! some times It causes me to tremble, tr...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 3 April 1920

TlfK DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TKXA3, AfRIL 8, 1920. trict Board. Collection for entire day $93.75. You are invited to be with ub at all times and especially on next Sun day to the Easter exercises, which will be rendered 'at night OUR NEW HOME iASTPOBT Eastport, Okla., April L Rev. R. O. Dunlap was at his poet Sunday at Bocomor, ' N Okla. Rev. Smith preached a great sermon at St Paul Baptist church Sunday. Mrs. A. J. Dunlap organized the W. H. M. S. at St Paul Sunday, M. F. Dale elected president of the W. H. M. S. MABTLf MILLS . f i . - '..,- Jv9 . 1 I "GET THE HABIT" 1 The Golden Chain of the World has got the habit whon it gets a telegram announcing the death of a member, to draw a check for $200.00 within H minutes for the member's family. The American Exchange National Bunk, Dallas' big bank, our bank, has got the habit to wire this $200.00 wuhln 11 nilnutt. The Telegraph Company has got the habit of seeing that the other office has received this telegram within 11 minutes. The o...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 3 April 1920

THK DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, APRIL 8, 102O' ncs SZTO NEWS FROM CHICAGO. Chicago, 111., April 1. After a separation of nine years, Charles Wallace came to the city from Bur lington, N. J., to see his brother, W. A. Wallace, president Wallace Bakery Co. Getting Instructions. Miss Alice C. Chiles, a graduate of the V. N. and L. I., at Peters burg, Va., Prof. Miles W. Connor and several other members of the race are in the city attending an Instruction school on war com munity work. During their stay in the city, they will stop at the new Vlncennes hotel. " Will Return. On or about April first, Mrs. Sarah Lembert, 3630 Dearborn St., Is expected from,, Bolton, Miss., where she spent the winter with relatives. Gives Dinner Party. Mrs. Anna Edwards gave a din ner party at the residence of Mrs. James Edwards, 13231 Emerson St., March 11 In honor of her aunt, Mrs. Eliza Bell of Staunton, Va. Following the dinner, a large re cepton was held at which time a number of friends were present....

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 3 April 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, APRIL 8, 1020. i 15 I V ( s VEVETBROIM ays That You Are Wealthy 'THE FACE AND SKIN PREPARATION SUPREME" It tells you that in one respect you are as rich as mbill" Mcdonald is or as well off as BOOKER T. WASHINGTON was When you were born nature deposited to your credit in the Bank of life a great ample capital of Time. You hav all the TIME thore la, twenty-four hours each dar. Id that one thine you are rtrh as tho wealthiest man In the world. And mark well, you can exchange TIMK FOR MONK V, but all the wealth in the world won't bring one additional second for a man. If It would, billionaires would be fighting on your door-step, bidding fabulous sums for a bit of your time added to their span of life. You can trade your time for anything the world holds. If vou want MONISlf HICKHS just invest a little of your time properly and the Inward is yours, CHKIMTIANITV KMIOATION and the conversion of TIME Into MONKY are the necessities for rnce building. Preac...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 3 April 1920

THE DALLAS EXTItKSS, DAIXA8TEXAS, APRIL , 1020. PAGE NIVH Afer some "weeks of illness Misa Leola King has been able to return to, Bishop College. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ashley 1420 Camp street, March 29th, a girl. Mrs. M. P. Abner handling the McBrady goods thas moved to her new. heme, 3121 Thomas avenue. Mr. A. A Hudson of Ardmore, more, Oh la., is visiting his daughter Mrs. Dollie Plerson on, St. IiOiiis, St. Mrs. L. B. Jones of San Francisco, Cal., is making her homo with her mother, Mrs. A. D. Coleman, Main St. Mr. and Mrs. Storms, 1022 Allen visited In Fort Worth Monday. Mrs.- Rice McHenry of Reodland, Ark., has returned to the city again and is living at 2619 Flora street "Self-distrus is the cause of most of our failures." Safety campaign was launched in Dallas, Thursday and will continue two weeks. Publicity of the cam paign has been very extensive and the effort of minimizing the acci dents have been put and results will likely follow. Fire andPollce Com missioner L. E. McGee...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 3 April 1920

THE DAlJLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, APKIL 8, 1020 ' ' ' MMMMMMM M.MH M. MMMMMMm GASiriO 1516 MAIN ALL WOOL FABRICS ta!LCr:::s nn nr MM ETT3 Uli FASIIIIIE IlHI Tailoring that supremely satisfies. SttuitQailbscs liiHaii1deV!aiin AVadwt4 Advratus a nxt Our motto r"We are not satisfied unless you tut are. It ! j if S A" i ! These seven words sum up the faith we keep with every man who wears our hand tailored clothes $35.00 UP PHONES M. 7396, Y1335 1IKAI.TII JH.MAWAC. A VALCAULR I'll AMIMII.KT. Tuakefrae Institute, April 1. Th at tention of VBry weirro, especially In the Southern State, la challenged by the condition! creating the nhser vanrp of National Nvkiii Health Work, , betlnnlnif April 4th thrnuKh tha lUth. . Thtrre should bo a kiutn lntrst nn ths part of every race organisa tion, minister find Institution of Iftarn lnr In the Hmtltli Almanac now being- distributed to the public by the United States I'libllc Health Ser vice of the Treasury JVpartment, Washington, D. fr. Thla valuab...

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