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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 January 1919

l! ' - . ' ' ''.''...,'....' V k 'If. A i Founded by w. e. King. uThe Republican Parly Is The Ship, All J$lse Is The Sea." Fred Douglas, . tl9 v Annum . TOE. 20, NO. 13. DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1919. ' TRICE FIYE CENTS. Y jo) (jj) fj? H III OFFIII CAUSES SEHSATI0I1 PROFESSIONAL NEGROES ENGAGED IN BOOT-LEGGING FED ERAL CHARGES FILED AGAINST TWO NEGRO UNDERTAK- ERS AND ONE DOCTOR. Fort Worth, Texas, Jan. 6. Solu tion of the problem that faced Fed erated officials when a coffin filled with 'whisky was opened here several weeks ago was announced today. It was announced also that charges have been filed in Shreveport against a Negro emhaliner, a Negro under taker and a Negro physician of Mon roe, La., and that charges also have been filed at Waco against the Louls ianians and a Negro undertaker at Waco. The coffin that was covered filled with whiskey was labeled as the corpse of Lula Crawford and supposedly was accompanied by a relative named Will Crawford, but the latter wa...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 January 1919

A. .THE TJAMftS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 11. 1919. TEXAS L05GT1EW. Longvlew, Texas, Jan. 9. -The "vatch meeting at St. Mark C. M. K. church was & decided .success. The returned soldier boys were entertain ed In a grand Btyle. Mrs. Essie Johnson and little son left for Wa kora to join their husband and father. Prof. R. O. Johnson, who has charge of Boggle High School. The Mac William's 1 restaurant have changed hands. Mr. J. P. Hudson Is mana ger. Rev. U. 8. Franks, P. C, of Bethel A. M. K. has been confined to his bed for over a 'week with the pneumonia. Rev. A. ' B. Tounsend filled his pulpit for him Sunday. Mr. R. W. Williams was able to be out Sunday. The little 9 year old dau ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Hickory John son died on the 30th of Dec., 1918. Rev. Lee of Jackson, ' La., spent tbe holidays her? with his brother, Rev. J. R. Lee. Misses Essie and Kddte Pouncy were the guests of their cousin, Mrs. M. A. Tounsend during the holidays. Mrs. Kate Hall has returne...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 January 1919

THE PA.LLA3 EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, , SMTJRDAY, JANUARY 11, 1919. PAGE TIIKEK V 0LD REGULAR' IVES STORX OF HIS WAJf- iGS-THE THINGS HE SAW ENCOURAGING TATUM tOllt, HAWKISS GIL 51) OTHER TOWNS FALL It HIS OBSERVATION LAUGH. rrespondonce, (For last week.) ter, Texas, Dec. 31, 1918 Chandler on the evening of and landed In Dallas under thle stars. The night or the 2ft Dallas for Zion Hill Bap- tiJch, which is four miles back country from the town of Tatum. ed here Christmas morning. aire not being a Colored man in accepted an invitation to white drug store and warm, oib less a person than Gen uine wan jacason, my iiohi, cal from his country home, 3 mlway. As the day wore on burning sun somewnat men edjce of winted, the crown be galgather, and as the shadows leied iwe assembled in tne sclouse, a, strone's throw from thbel; where I was to address a I crowd irom me budjbci.; "d Pressure." General Stone' winkson was master of cere mknd had done what he could to I representative audience. I ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 January 1919

TIT DALLAS EXPRESS, DA.? L.AS, TfrEAS. SATURDAY, JANUAIIY 11, 1919. NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. I I'lihlixhed every Patvrtiay morning to the year at ZGfit) ,'wiui Avenue, by THIS DALLAS KVPRUSS PUBLISHING (Incorporated) Dallas, Texas. Kra York omee, Froat ft Froat ti N. SCth Htraet. rblcxKO Oilier, Frost ft Froat, Eojr e HmUJinK- Atlnnto omee, Froat Froat. Can dler Jiiiildtnur. NnKfaville lifflrf, Front ft Frost, In- depnndent. L.lf lfulhllng. SrEAEEXG 13 SQ2EE OF IT. W. H. KINO, Editor J. IU JOHDAN, Maaaaer. i, .,,,..-...1 "it ,rt Office at Dallas, Txas, n s-cond-clasa matter, under Art of ConKreuM, aiarcn. IMPORTANT, N subscriptions mailed for a leaa oerlod than three months. Payment for some most be 80 centa. l UlITIOKfS I ADVIWCK. n. Year ? Fix Months Three Mentha ISlnKle Copy NOT1CK TO THH PUBLIC. Any erroneoua reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any person, firm or corporation "- mav eppear In the columns of The Pallas Kxprens wlH be Kllly cor rected...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 January 1919

. THE DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 121 PACE FIVE 1 TV'-. . V'..! it I "a j- a Trade Ft. Worth, Texas, Jan. 9. Mr. Oli ver Augusta, . better kndwn as "Dad Oliver," Buccombed to the pains and tortures of paralysis last Saturday night, Jan. 4th, 1919, after an illness of two or three weeks. He was strickened one day as he came to his place of business. Dad Oliver's restaurant. For many years, he has ranked as a first rate restaurant keeper. He was a member of Key West Lodge No. 5, K. of P., a splen did citizen, and jlled In full tri umphant of faith. He leaves one daughter. He was buried from Allen Chapel A. M. E. church, Rev. K S. Jenkins, officiated. Mrs. Lela Jackson, aged 35 died Saturday night, Jan. 4, after a very long illness, , at the home of her sis ter, Mrs. Jas. Amos 1304 S. Calhoun street. She was a member of Philoi nathan Court No. 5 and was buried from Morning Chapel C. M. E. church of which she was a member, Mon day, Jan. 6, 1919, Rev. M. H. Spenc...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 January 1919

fAv:: fix Tm DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1919. it; 15 "y: ft x TEXAS BROWNrVOOO. Biownwoou, Texas, jau. 9. Ser vl: at all church Sunday were well attended. Rev. W. 8. .Johnson, Presiding Elder of the Klpaso Dis trict of the A. M. K. church held his first quarterly conference with Lees Chapel. Rev. H. A. Lynch,' pas tor, he rooorts a successful quarter, Mrs. K. J. V. Culnn after spending the holidays with Prof, and Mrs. Hardin baa returned to her home in Fort "Worth. Rev. K. W. Wright, Mr. K. B. Chandler, Mrs. Mary Chan dler and Mr. Charlie Chandler have returned to Cleburna. Mr. Eusene Davis has returned to Fort Worth after spending Christmas with his mother, Mrs. Callie Evans has re turned to Dallas, Texas, after spend ing Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. A. Smith. Mr. Will Sanders has re turned to the city. Mrs. Venolla Douglass of Temple, Is in the city. Mian Johnson has returned to Fort Worth. Miss Ilattie Mae Chundler loft for Abilene her future home. Mrs.' ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 January 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1919. PAGE FEVEN t 4 It f ''i '0 TEXAS , i i lanail' i m yaja TYLER. Tyler, Texas, Jan. 9. Mr. John Walton and sister, Mrs. Clark of Little Rock, Ark., were called to Louisiana, last week on business In connection w(Jh their brother, who died some few weeks ago. Mr. O. F. Kroll, who has spent the last eighteen months in Pennsylvania returned to Tylor and Smith county and condition down here with a few amendments suits him. The home of Mrs. Hester Foster was burned Saturday night and contents. Mr. Bonner Morgan came home for a few days from Maryland, left this week taking his family. Mr. Jamos A. Hlghtower of the Star Barbershop has secured the services of Mr. John Fields aa a recruit for his shop. He comes recommended as a num ber one barber. All churches will please hand in your notes by Monday evening. Bethlehem Baptist church Sunday school lesson reviewed by Rev. P. R. Washington, our ex-pastor now of Ft Worth. Dr. Stewart ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 January 1919

U Li IP A 1 i V VAC.n r:iciiT CITY Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Brown of San Antonio, are roo' ilng at 3104 State street with Wjvt F. J. Dixon. Tho LIUle Gem drug store began Monday morning the erection of an annex to the drug store in which department, the management con- tcmolates opening a first-clans din iiiK room. The addition is to entail an expenditure of $1,000. James White, age 21, while stand' ing on tho aide walk on Ban Jacinto convening with a friend waa struck by a skidding auto truck driven by James Conner and badly bruised Tuesday evening. Mrs. Georgia A. Bunch, wife of Da O. Roy Bunch, underwent a very serr" -Jt operation for appcndlctltes Monday at the Morgan-Busch nam tarlum. The operation was perform. ed by Drs. Shepherd of Marshall Hamilton and Morgan of this city. MlKft'Uarris, hood nurse in the Shop herd sanitarium at Marshall is nurse in charge at this writing reports have it Unit the putlcnt is doing fine, Mrs. Alma Lindsay, the efficient proprietress of the Marshall c...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 January 1919

A a k .' -" - . 4. . ' "i PART TWO PAGES 9 TO 12 VOL. 20, NO. 18. DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1919. PBICE F1TE CENTS x lO.J n : f f9 i 1 I. PRESIDENT WILSON VISITS CIIAUMOIIT ' i ' DENSE CROWD AROUND ' 8TA TION AND 8TREETS BRIU UIANTLY DECORATED, : Chaumont President WHson re ceived a most cordial welcome Christ- tnaa morning from the people of Chaumont, a town which has been closely associated with the hiatorjr of the American expeditionary for?! In France and is now the headg.it era of the commander In chief Jt Is the town from which - Axiiorici, i part in finishing the war was direct ed. .The presidential train, which lott Paris at midnight, drew into ' the Chaumont station Wednosday morn ing. General Pershing, General Wir- bel, the French officer commanding the zone; M. Fosslen, prefect of the department of Marne, and M. Levy- Alphandery, mayor of Chaumont, were on the platform to receive she president and Mrs. Wilson, who, aft' responding to tha cordial greeting passe!...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 January 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS. SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1919. . . : . ) ; : . ' ImTmTmE if I ft tt ff f tf fy ff ft ff ff tt f ft t t;t yy fy yy yy ft yy tt ft ft. yy yy f tt tt tr tt B : f y . t ft t y yy yy yy yy ft yy yy yy V 4 ,1 yv., ; ft tt. vf ft yy tt tf yy yy ff tt yy yy yy ft yy yy ft fy vf Yt yt yf vf tf yf. tf v :: tt yy : i S .. nnnnnn p flJl rir r V r i Mi,.... - l W . kMl - - T 1-1 E nnnnn U oi U Id I ST io io UulJ WM. M. McDONALD & SON, Proprietors 'The Oldest and Best." " The Place where all classes in the city go to get , everything in the Drug Line, Fresh . and New. lih . - i ' is v I -A PART OF INSIDE VIEW' OF TEMPLE DRUG STORE Quick and polite service in the Phar maceutical. Department under " the management of Trained and Experien ced College Graduates. i . . I.ate WM. M. McDONALD. JR., Proprietor v , MR. M. A. GRANT Ph. C. Chief Pharmacist MISS M. A. DONALDSON, , Ph. C. Assistant Pharmacist MISS LILLIAN MOSELY, Chief Clerk'Cold Drinks and Ice Cream Depart...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 January 1919

X X 7 " " " ft- ft . ft ff ft' ft tf . ff f f f f YY ft f f ft ft ft ft ft ft ft - ft ft ft ft .tt ft ft f f ft fy ft f t$ f t$ ft ft ' t$ ft ff ft ft f f ft ft ft ft ft - ft ft ft t$ fx Y v ft ! tt ft ft ! f 4 f ft ft ft ft ft ft ft 'ft f ' ft tt ft ft ft ft ft ft' ft ft . ft ff.: ft ft ft t f f f ft fx THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLASj TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1919 H T HE j In a Li HN D i rnn7 LIYjlA "o) n r nuU LwiMr "'"" frfm (UNINCORPORATED) v 401 East Ninth Street Fort Worth, Texas Paid in Capital and'Resources sajiij .y -- - .V ' ii .ViY, ' ' . t ' ' ." i'i"'"V." "' " "T ,. ., 1J p-yr , ... . .'..it' ; ' ' :. Ih'l.'.! L 1 i . . . . - i v i 1 s. ... Interior View of tuternal Hank and Trust Company Showing Office of the President and Lobby of the Bank CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION Or THE Fraternal Bank & Trust Co (unincorporated) At the close of business, Tuesday Dec. 31, 1918. Loans and Discounts. $ 36,609,98 Real Estate 2.000,00 Furniture and Fixtures.. ' 3,093,80 Cash i...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 January 1919

"-v.L' ' TKUi. TWELVE THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1919. CREW FROM ROMAN COLONY 4.t4-44y4t t?ff?ttttttt?t M I IMM Hill m m r m n r Mnf mm City and Fortress cf Cologne . ' Figured f. eminently In ths. Psges cf History. Has mm (ER-AH r"4 S. ! 1 Cf SCHOOL THEATRE i 3211 Cochran Street ft S'jy, Ja. 12, 1919, Tfao Lyre cf fts Circus. anil the Closing Chapter of the Hands Up. Gcuft Seen, Th3 Listen Raiders, Featuring Pear! While Monday and Tuesday, Jan. 13th and 14th, VICTOR ItUOO'S LES MISERABLES Fourteen thousand pairs of eyes saw this master-piece every day for frwenty-ono days when It wa presented In Chicago. They were wild with excitement, wet with tears, niorrr with laughter as the thrilling, pathetic and hum orous adventures of the moHt famous hero of literature unfolded be fore there. The name of VICTOR HUGO PATHE and CAPIL.LAIN guarantee the clans of IJIS MISIORABl.ES in 8 reels, also Tuesday WOLVttS OP KULTURK. Admission Monday and Tuesday 15c and Sic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 18 January 1919

PAY YOUR POLLTA 1 5? AA Si ' ' "' 1 1 ' 1 - - - i , n 1,1 1 - i. Founded by w. & King. , " The Republican Party Is The Ship, All Else Is The Sea." Fred . Douglas. $o per Annum VOL, 26, NO. 14. ' DALLAS, TEXAS. SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1919. PRICE FITE CENTS. ' 1 6 .,J 1 4 i I 1Ef IILICAB &ATI IBM m TIE E S E MS H 1 1 . Ik . - ' .. , ' ' T MUST DE SERVED AT COLORED WOMEN CLERKS SERVED FOOD BY RESTAURANT FOR EMPLOYEES IN U. S, GOVERNMENT BUILDING MUST GO TO REAR, TOLD THIS IS 'DUAL GOVERNMENT." Washington, D. C, Jan. 16. There Is In one of the U. S. Department buildings a restaurant on the ca feteria plan in which Colored em ployees have been and are being de nied the privilege of servico unless It la accepted from the kitchen win dow to be taken away for consump tion. : One of our girls, a recent ap pointee (was upon one occasion serv ed, but the next day, when she went -In for luncheon was referred to the kitchen door. The Colored clerk ask ed, why am I sent to the kitohen door...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 18 January 1919

iwcz: rv.'O THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS. SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1919. J i 1 I '1- I IAnlnB mr-ll. wtAa milt. ? iipirited. A very sweet sermon by I I hot CM 1 1 for jSfVin Rev. C. C. Choice of Denlson. texU UUK UUL 1U1 a" "God Will Provide." Total collection during the day $10.16. JACKSONVILLE. M Penny Dr.Bluitt has returned to the City and resumed practice. Jacksonville, Texas, Jan. 16. Rev, Simpson, pastor St James A. M. E church filled his regular appoint ment Sunday service whs well at tended. Mrs. Dicey Ray was called to Athens to see her sick grand mother. Miss Lena Lofton, a graduate I of the Poro College of Dallas is lo cated here. You can find her at Pierce an Gaston building. Brs. Mag' gle Ragsdale was called to Rusk Sunday to see her sick sister. The reporter iwas served with a nice din ner Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Price. The table was load id with many good things to eat. Mrs. Sa rah Alexander of Ft. Worth is In the city visiting her Bister, Mrs. Grant. Mr. Wal...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 18 January 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1919. page" Tiir,-;: TEXAS TOWNS CUTIBT. Calvert, Texas, 3f.a. 16. Rev. Har vey of St. Paul M. E. church arrived Saturday. Mrs. Roselee CreekB Is quite law sick at her home In N. Calvert Mrs H. Scott has returned to her home after spending a week In Fort Worth, Texas. Mr. C. E. Johnson has returned after visiting Cameron, Thorndale and Rockdale. Mrs. Octavia Salter Is up again. Mrs. Willie Brown of Mt. Moriah com munity was in town Saturday and subscribed for The Dallas Express. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Lewis are home after spending Xmas In Dallas and Ft Worth. Hon. J. S. Smith was in . the city Tuesday, but on account of rjf wife and daughter being sick rushed home. Mr. H, J. Bush, an old Cal vert boy has returned home from Kansas City, No., for a few days. Mrs. Delilah Roberto, wife of Deacon Ed Roberts Is still Improving. Mr. and Mrs. Will Blake of Ft. Worth are In the city the guests of their mother. Sunday school and preach ing...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 18 January 1919

jniAUJTPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY IS. v NATIONAL NCC.RC 3 PRESS ASSOCIATION. 1'ui1)."!ipJ every Saturdoy morning la tne ymr at 2SG0 iswlss Avenue, by iB DALLAS F,PHK-i PI" BUSHING ID.HI'AAl-, (Incorporated) Dallas. Teu, Xr York Office, Front A Front 33 N. Zttli Ktrcot. Chlrnuo Mti-r, Frost & Frost Boy- ce fuuKiing. Ailimm iiHrr, Frt & Front, Can d'r Xuildln. Nnxhvliir office, &rt A Frost In aepi-iKJenr l. lie iiUh'tlrf, . W. K. KIAU, Editor II. JOHOAK, Miwiw. Kntrred at Pout Olflce at Dallas, Texan. cond--lan mattr, under Act of Congress; MarcC, 1SVS. 1MPOIITANT. Ne subscriptions mailed (or a lesa fwrlod than three months. Fayment lor aame mini ne to cent. UIIHCRIFTIONS I!f ADVAHCB. One Year lt.KO Fix Montha 76 Three Montha... .69 Siugie copy .u KOTICH TO TUB I'UULIC. Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing- or reputation any portion, (Inn or corporation whlsh iriay appear in the coluaina of The Liallai Kxpress will be gladly cor rected upon It...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 18 January 1919

TOE DALLAS EXPRESS,' DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, K9. J. X (or J Trade Mark: BROAD DAYLIGHT HOLD-IT. Fort Worth, Texas, Jan. 16, 1919. Last Friday morning, Mrs. Alice Bradley left her home, 1208 E. Lenda street, - and boarded a car for the city, got .off near 4th and Main and started for the Mansion hotel where she was employed, but before reach ing the hotel Just one block east, a well dressed and polite gentle man approached her and Informed her that he wanted to rent a room and that she had been highly recom mended to him and upon being told that he could get. the room, he in sisted upon her returning to her home that he might see the room. She agreed, when the gentle man saw the room, be was well pleased with it and also the price offering to pay rent 'out of a $10.00 bill, say ing that he had a friend who would also take quarters there. Mrs. Brad ley told him she could not change the bill, so they both board the car for the city. On reaching 5th and Main, they disembark...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 18 January 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY. JAT7UAKY 18, 191$. crj i:sia raws to - DALUS" Hon. W. 8. Willis, Grand Chancellor of the Colored Knights of Pythias, Texas JurlHdictlon, Is scheduled to make his annual visit to the Dallas' lodges. Monday ' January 20. at 8 p. m. The ' Grand Chancellor has a new and interesting mcsage to deliver to the Knighthood of Dal las and he is expecting every brothor In the city to be out. The meeting will be hold at the Pythian Temple. TEXAS WEATHEKFOKl). Woathcrford, Texas, Jan. 16. Ser vices wore good at all churches Sun day and were well attended. Rev. M. 'W. Jenkins, preached at Mt. Zion Baptist church at 11 o'clock Sunday. Mrs. Gonova Dawson died at Terrell last Tuesday and was brought home for burial. Mrs. Mayes of Oklahoma,' attended the funeral a! ho Mr. Wilts Hutchison of Wacd. Cuss Ikard of Mineral Wells. She was a ' member of the Eastern Star. Rov. C. ' G. Smith preached at the C. M. 13. church at U o'clock, his mibjoct was "Passion to ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 18 January 1919

4 ' THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1919. PACE F.vr.i TEXAS TOWNS h a f-r-rp--rr-rii-jjT 'h'1 lh'1 l fttSp'"''3iai.i BUSK, Rusk, Texas, Jan. 16. Rev. H. D. Dews of Troupe, preached at New Mt' Olive church. Sunday . Presid ing Elder Young, assisted ' by the pastor, Rev. S. Garner, held quar terly meeting services at ML Pleas ant C. M. E. church, Sunday. The sermon, preached by Rev. Young, was based upon patriotism and the worth of the Colored soldier in the recent world Iwar. The collection for the day amounted to $44.00. Mr. Will Simmons is able to be up after his recent serious illness. Private Adwell Christon, who has been in Prairie View, for two months, is now at home, since receiving an honorable discharge from duty. Mr. Sebe Tyler of Palestine, who visited Mr. Berry Simmons, this past week has now returned to hliMiome. A lot of the work which Is be ing done on the .Colored Insane Asy lum here is done by Colored skilled laborers. Among the workmen are t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 18 January 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1919. CLARENCE GAINES . THE TAILOR . t ' . i . t f 1 f . J , - i ; i ; V : j i , S ' i '. , i . , ; : , i ' ... - .- i Wo have opened A-l, Tallorshop for ladles', men' and boys' clothing. We find that after 2 years' absence that our many s2iafled frtonds and customer who appreciate roJ ser vice gladly welcome ua. We cut and make tnen'a and lad lea' clothing, we also do high-clans cleaning, pressing, dyeing and technical alterations. We appreciate your business. We call for and deliver promptly, , , 810 Lane Street, The street loading to Interurban Station. rhone M. 7075. (LA HEX' K GAINES, Mgr. I'KKSTON. Predion. Okla'., Jan. 16. Several families have nioveVi to our little city recently. The Dunbar Literary Society of the Douglass school rend ered an excellent program Friday evening. Mrs. E. Adams of Okmul gee, spent PVlday evening with pupils of Douglass school. Mr. A. W. Wash ington la erecting a comfortable bun Kalow on his...

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