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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 18 December 1920

THE D ATX AS EXPBKSS, DALLAS, ..TEXAS, SATIRDAT. ItKrEMTlER IS, 1!0. tkc.t. Tr,r.rv. THE DALLAS' SPIRIT PREVAILS AND CITIZENS' COMMITTEE ON ENTERTAIN MENT OF BISHOPS' COUNCIL IS MEET ING WITH SIGNALSUCCESS. LODGES AND INDIVIDUALS CONTRIBUTE FREELY $454.75 PAID TO DATE. GRAND CHANCELLOR WILLIS COMMENDS LOCAL KNIGHTS. The Citizens' Committee on Enter tainment of the Bishop's Council is much pleased with the progress it 'is making in collecting the funds needed for its work. It is reported that the people are becoming more and more interested each day, and are responding to the appeal of the committee more readily and in larg er numbers, as is shown by reports made last Tuesday night at the reg ular meeting of the body. A promi nent citizen who is n a position to known the facts says, that the Bish ops' Council Is one of the most lm. portant meetings to Negroes that has convened in Dallas In a num ber of years, and that it will bring to the city from all over thq. country more of the l...

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. — 18 December 1920

T1I3 DALLAS EXl'Utor. MkMBER NATIONAL NEGft 3 PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday moinmn in tlio year at 2C0U Svlus Avenue by TIIC MAM.A K1"HKSS iHJRLISIIIKb CIllll'AM. (Incorporated) Dallas, Texa. Sew tork uuiec Frunt d Froi 12 N. 2Uiu Utrwl. CIiU'iiko Olli.e, t-'rost and Kre.t, Uoy ee lluilillng. Allantn Office. Frost nnd Frost, Ci dlrr llnllilinu. .Mhvlllr Olllce Front n Frost, la-Vpi-urf.-nt LUe Ilulldlliu. Si'liSCBlPTIOXS IN ADYAKCE. One Year '. .... Six Months. Three Months........ Single Copy . .. .-...$ 3.00 1.50 J.00 .10 NOTICE TO TUB I'l'MIJC. Any erroneous reflection upon the character, tlHiulmg rf-putatlon of any piTHon, firm or corporation which muy appear In tlie column of Th-.-1'Hllnu Express will be Kl"dly c-r-roi-tvd upon It bsirnt brought to the attention of the publlKhers. tiniered at l'ost Otnce at Dallas, Texus. a second-clan ninlter, uniloi Act of ConKrer.H, March lb7D. ' IMPORTANT. ... No Kiibcriptiona mailed for a period lens thMn thr.e "-thM.. Paymen...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 18 December 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS; PALLAS, TEXAS, SATITRDAT, DECEMBER IS. 11)20. vm:v. fitt. V Wm leaSH I orMI If FINANCIAL STATEMENT GRAND LODGE COLORED KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS i . To the Grand Lodge Officers, Deputy Grand Chancellors, ( Officers and Members of Sub ordinate Lodges of the Grand Lodge Colored Knights of Pythias of Texas. Dear brethren. Greeting: The following Is a Trial Balance showing the financial condition of the funds of the Order for the month cloBing November 30, 1920. From an inspection of the same it will be noted that we now have on hand the magnificent sum of $100,844.80. We have reach ed the $100,000 mark, the goal to which we started at the beginning of the year. This is wonderful when we think of the fact that in June of last year our records showed that all funds of the Grand Lodge were over drawn. Just think for a moment. We have on hand $100,844.80 and all regular claims paid and a membership of 15,000. We are "over the top." . GRAND LODGE COLORED K. OF P. TRIAL BALANCE ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 18 December 1920

- ' ' . - ; .. . A I ' . x f V eaj. . w t V. W V.. CHRISTMAS DAY PALACE THEATRE (Continued from rage 1.) natural and we ask only that those who made tho law live up to them. It is reasonable to declare that we go up. by mutual Intelligence or we go down by mutual ignorance. You can't fcej-n a man down unlewa you stay down with him. Census reports prove allow tor the and bold them In their arrna while they have thousand of opportunities to transfer to other any disease which they niay have. "In an occupational table recently prepared In one Southern state the Mauling fart wa disclosed that the hlKhent dnath rate waa among; the Colored domestics between the ages of 21) and 30. and tho next largest among; the young housewives of the name group. . "When we consider that the death rato anions; the Neuropil la greater than that among- the whites," contln uod the health worker, "and that they are more susceptible to tuber culosis, one may easily recognize the fullnr education of Nogroes. t...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 18 December 1920

FT. WORTH MEWS Fort Worth, Texas, Dec. 16, 1920. Knowledge is proud that be has learned so much. Wisdom us humble that he knows no more. - 1 Cowper. Judge Evans of Waco was in the city on business last week. ML Zion Baptist Church of which j Rev. M. K. uurry is pastor, went over me vop m me rany, JUec. 12. Over 700 was raised. .. See Mrs. L. B. Hughes before buy lng your Amas goods. She has line of Colored dolls, ladies and gents handkerchiefs, ballons, cuff buttons, tie clasps and soft collar pins Tern pie Drug Store. Airs. Jerome of Mineral Wells was a pleasant visitor in ' the city last week and stopped with her old friend, Mrs. Gilbert . Haley of E. Annie street. Read the Dallas Express. We sell it at Temple Drug Store. . It is said that the Negro business ' Interest in Chicago is being stirred to great activity by the launching of a new . business idea by one Mr. J. L. Lane, promoter of the United Working Men's Mercantile Company, one of the leading and most wide awake Colored ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 18 December 1920

THE DAT LAS EXPBESS, PAIXAS. TEXAS, S4TrHlAY. DECEMBER 13, 1920. -iwM i ...is mi ii " "V. i I TT A A i if Hi I u u OH, BOY! KAVE TC3 SEES p,rv ili? Say Brother, she Is a PEACH and a SCREAM! . Hair long enough to be fixed to any stylo and so soft fci ; glossy. Those Velvet Brown preparations sure enough "got It" for her. ' AND HER SKIN WELL all the blackheads, pimples, splotches and ringworms are gone. Say Friend, her , skin Is so much lighter that you wouldn't think she was the same girl. She "ain't" nothing but soft, tender looking and pure Velvet! And did you see old VELVET BROWN "himself?" I thought that "Joker" would look AWFUL RUSTY when he got back from the ''COTTON PATCH" hut he was wise and carried the Doctor's Velvet Brown Face Cream with him and he came back looking like a "State Street Chocolate." : ', ' ' We have simply got to hand It to that kind Doctor for he puts a "Kick" in his Face and Hair . Preparations that will "get It In every way." Velvet Brown Preparations ar...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 25 December 1920

'VSJITERSIK - TO We Wish a r You 71 JT- Christmas vierrv Jpi n A JERRY XTJAS! AMERRYXMAS! Founded by W. E. King. TOL. XXTDI, 50. 12. MASS- MEETING URGING Is Beginning of Series '.a . treating Sentiment of Curtis-Dyer Bill In U. S. And Penalize Who Permit Mobs to Brooklyn, N. T., Dee. 2S, Mora than 1.000 Colored men and women attend ed a meeting at the Academy of Music and urged upon Concrete the enact ment of the Curtis-Dyer Antl-Lynch-Ins; bill. The meeting, held under the auspice of the Brooklyn Branch of the National Association for the Ad vancement of Colored People, was the first of a series of rallies to be con ducted throughout theicountry for the purpose of crystalixing sentiment in favor of the bill, A fund of $3,000 was collected at the meeting through sub scriptions and pledge for the purpose of carrying on a nation-wide cam palgn. . , - The meeting, which included 100 white persons, waa unique in the his tory of Brooklyln. Sixty year ago Henry Ward Beecher, who waa pasto...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 25 December 1920

TWO. THE DA I, I. AS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1020. i'. iLjS. .ik i.lJ) PwiIh, Dro. 22. Rev. E. Powell filled his first appointment with Wix.cl ('. M. E. Church Sunday. Sun day School was fairly well attended ist (ill fie churches Sunday. Rov. S. G.iiihh- was at his post at Plain vltit Sunday. Two ni'niums a day is tli motto. Prof. C. F. Benson of Wynona is in I'nnta, representing the American Woodman Order, and work ing in the Interest of Colored Real i:.state in the city of Red liird, Okla. Messrs. Wuyman ami llouea Ilicka arrived at home from Pralrlo View in their Elsiln Six car. Mr. W. K. Kyle and 3. P. Price made a bus iness trip to Jacksonville Saturday. There wiil be a Christmas tree at Plainvlcw School Iloune Friday night Mr. Sterling Nelson of Cunoy vis ited his sick brother, Mr. Prett Nel son, 6 miles north of here. He re ports that his brother is still In a serious 'condition. Wishing the Dal las Express and Us many readers a Merry Christinas and a H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 25 December 1920

THH PALLAS EXPIIKSS. PALLAS, TKXAS, SATURDAY, PKOE.MnTCTt 2."!, 1020. rsr. a si If it Z VV lo -A v f pi SOUTHS FINEST COLORED SHOW , as. A A m 4 'WE TAKE THIS OCCASION TO WISH EACH AND EVERY ONE A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A MOST ? X PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR. , ' i . x Y During the past year we have endeavored to give you y Y the very best in entertainment, and to make this Y A theatre YOUR THEATRE. We wish to thank you for X your patronage and friendship, which is alone respon- X sible for the success of this theatre. X We ask for your co-operation during the coming year, X and in return we shall double our efforts to make X X "THE PALACE" worthy of the name, and to make this theatre one in which you can take a pride and Y feel that it is yours. t ; -$ X WE OFFER FOR OUR CHRISTMAS PROGRAM X 1 5fMtoi Wi W T n Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y V s ment reached that the republicans would foreKo the pleasure to whlsn they had looked forward with Impa tience, namely, the designation of Ne groes 10 aiacnar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 25 December 1920

NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. I'lihlifiii'rt every Saturday morning in toe year at 2U Swiss Avenuo by THE D4I.I.4S K.VPHl'Xt PUBLISHING tOMI'A.W. (Incorporated) Dallas. Tuxu. . w York O litre. Frost mud Fro.1 12 .V lililb Mrerl. tiUnu" Ollu-e, Frot ot. Moy cn liiiiliiinx. Atiiinin oilier, Front aaa Frost, Caa ller Ilnltilliii.1. Knulivlllr oilier Krl and Front. la-dVi-M.lriit Life Hlilliilnit. One Year..... ............... $3.00 Six Months J-JO Three Months .J0 Single Copy -10 NOTICE TO Tl PUBLIC. Any erroneous reflection upon the character, Mtexling reputation of any pe.m.,n, .inn or corporation which niav appear In the column of Th-.-Dallas Express will he glally cor rected upon In being brought to the attention of Ihe publishers. Entered at Pout Offlrt at Dallas. Texas, as second-riant milter, under Act u' ConBror.11, March lhi. IMPORTANT.- No nuhcriptionii mailed for a period loss thiin three -ths. Payment for earns must ba 11.08. THE DALLA3 EXPRESS' has never hoisted the wh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 25 December 1920

THE DAMiAS EXPRESS, P.4.IXAS, 1 EXA9, SATIKDAY, DKOKMKKIl 2.1, l!2ol A SOUE TEXAS TOWNS .................... A ........... . . .. ......... .. . .. . . . PTT?TTTTTff??fffff TfffTfTf fff Iff ftf tffff Mart, Dec. 23. Sunday School and services were well attended a, all churches. ' Rev. Kelly was at bis post at Rock Creek and preached two able sermons. Mrs. Etta Mitchell has gone to Tulsa, Okla., to attend the bedside of her daughter. Little Eunice Gaston. has arrived' f;tra Cal vert and will spend the holidays with her mother. Rev. V. C Hailey, pas tor of the M. 13. Church, has re turned from the Annual Conference, to serve another year. We are del lighted to have him; no, only the people of Mart received him with a cordial welcome. You will soon be writing 1921. Cleburne, Dec. 23. Rev. C. C. - Hammonds was sent back for another year as pastor of the A. M. E. church. The Invincible- Concert Company of . Kansas City, Mo., rendered an ex cellent program las. Friday night at , the Cozine...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 25 December 1920

THE miXAS KM'IUSS. DAIXAS, TEXAS. SATI'llMV, PKCTCMRttR 25, 1020. ADA'S HAIK CROWEK Mnnmi win make 10 balr pro". . When In Kansas City call , : -1 7 ' it PA " : c vr I v?v-.'.;4 mm .:. . v ' ' :', : ij V' r , - ! ! V CHRISTMAS DAY PALACE THEATRE DOINGS OF TEXAS CI.l IIS HOWARD UNIVERSITY. In Us earnest endeavor to make tlie life of the student body of How ard University mow, enjoyable and at the juiiie time mwt profitable, the present adiuliilti-ft.tlon has hrmiiihr before tlio students Kt dlfferen time.! men of national fame who have rivn to the students, through speech, some of the rcbults of their varied eyncr- Je&ccs. Prominent anions; "those who nave utokvn at the chapel wcrty The liev Tom Sykes of Yorkshire, Kng land, Vice President of the WVirl.l Urol herhood Movement, Mr. JameH v.eliiou jytuihon, Kie!d Secretary of the N. A. A. C. P., and Mr. Norman T. J?;;ps;n,,d, former editor of Colliers ndJiurji-ers Weekly's and . cc-min-iiiter to lienmark, JS19. now eva;as;ed id lit...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 25 December 1920

TUB DAIJiAS EXPRESS, DAIJuVS, TEXAS. SATITTIDAY, DIX1KMTJKR 2., 1020. ftf.Vi. ) , .s 1 'V.. ft - 1 m FT. WORTH NEWS Fort, Worth, Texas, Deo. 23, 1920. Rise early, do not neglect the daily bath, ea simple food, adopt a few calisthenics for daily use and try to Keep on gooa terms with every body you nave w come in contact with, Our reconstructive period Is upon us witn an or its , reanonaibill'ies there is need of attention, not too much, to be sure, but enough to stoady us, to give us poise and bal anee, lest we fui; victims, to a dis astrous re-action. We have accoru. pusnea mucn. we must not cast aside our discipline too soon nor too suddenly. Our nation must adjust Itself to the new relations arising auny out or international adjust ments. We must catch our stride with as little lost motion as possible. Fort Worth , has had some very rare treats for the past week. Monday night, Broadway Rastus appeared at the Chamber of Com merce. Mr. Irvln C. Miller, creator and manager, has one ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 25 December 1920

"i V I ";?IT :' :' "la ' f" JOT! li'lii'J ijiii! i 0 ; : ' 1 " t Sax Tirol hor, r. l A 1'KACH n4 fSCRKAMf WW ' Tln.se Velvet BrowirMfAtirri nr nn!K "'' K" for hor. AND If Kit SKIM WKTX H tf, bIa.dS, pifyifrW, splotrJiPd and ringworm af Konft, (tnf frfonif, tW nkln is 80 miiih lighter that w-vi!5n't (Mf. AM wA (he afl girl. "ain't" r.6lh!ri bvi vM, th1f looking and Hire Velytf ,-And did too oM VKLVF.T H ' thought that "Joker-' woaKl lor AWfVh HVSTtl he got ta-k from tn "COTTOrt I'AtCfl"' kit A wis and tarried the lector's Velftt fi'tV r" trM with Win and he turn back looking like "Stat Stf Chocolate." Wo hare aim ply Rot to hand It f that kind I""" J" J puts a "Ki V' in hi . ant Half Prffion Mat will "get it in evftry way." V.!vt Brown Preparation ar b4 I dis'ir. evMY where fr they have prw thro.4iy to t bout. Aprils lire makin "Men! rwMifcM" A few more live on en Are wanted f --. VKLVK'f BKOWtf FAC3 ttJlAttilSG if n 'ill ill i'ii ' , ' r 'i V KAIft CftOV,'Krt TEMPLE OROWEfl ...........

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 1 January 1921

W e Wish You a Happy and Prosperous New Year HAPPY NEW YEAR' ; r HAPPY NEW YEAR' Founded by W. E. King. VOL. XXVIII, NO. 13. 1 MOB PARADES NEGRO VICTIM THRU' STREETS OF CITY BEFORE STRINGING HIM UP. Oak That Jailer Calmly!43 MEN ARRESTED AS Turned Orer Keys to Them NIGHT RIDERS FREED FOR After Only Slight Remon strance. Jonesboro, Ark.. Dee, SO Wade Thomas, the Negro who. Saturday night shot and killed Elmer Ragland, policeman, during a raid on a dice frame here, was taken from the jail here Sunday night by a mnb of about 400 cltlsens, and. after being paraded through the business streeta of the town, waa hanged to a telegraph pole near the scene of hie crime. The body wa then riddled with bullets. Thomas waa arrested at Hoxie, Ark., and waa brought to the jail here. Ar rangement had been made to call a peclal session of the grand Jury on Monday to handle the case promptly. The mnb went about lta work quiet ly, the leaders demanding admission from the Jailer, who, after urging that ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 1 January 1921

run nm.AA nxrntss, imm.a. tktah. Saturday January i. 1021. ricr to. N-j r- 0:.iE TEXAS T017II5 $ . MnrUn, l- ". Tola! collctiion at Ktivt ila,f.lt Church $1,000. The hnnquot glvvn In honor of the. finan cial committer was all that heart could wlnh. Krv. II. M. Williams, tho financial hero, sta d over and lertured on the subject, "Killing t;mn'a and a few More to Kill." 'Ira. Georgia Monroe of Lcttloe la visiting Trof. P. A. Stamps and her fraud children. MIks Willie Mae (Stamps, a teacher In the city schools of Dallas Is also spending the hol iday with her parent. Prof, and Mrs. P. A. Stamps on WUHama St Mr. and Mrs. Willie Giles of Italy me vUl'Ing their parents. Mrs. Jack Hull, Mi-sura Kllla DenlHon and Jeasie U Williams enrolled as now Express loaders. They sa'd that's the way to keep peace with the race. The young nodal Hub of tho city had quite an enjoyable evening at the palatial home of Mr. Oliver Lights In '.he form of a ilit Social, Bee. 27'h. Mr, Joe Joiner of Dallas Is wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 1 January 1921

JJ lit. ,-'-,.. TIIM IUM.A8 K.YrilKKS. IMU.AS. TRXAS, HATTRDAY JANI'AUY 1, 1021. TAr.r. rnrt t i -'- - - - - --' V- ft SOUTHS FINEST COLORED SHOW WE WISH YOU AND YOURS A MOST PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR-MAY YOUR BLESSINGS BE BIGGER AND BETTER THAN EVER BEFORE- WE' OFFER FOR OUR NEW YEARS PROGRAM "THE GREAT REDEEMER" The Biggest Picture of The Year, Having Just Completed a Weeks Run at The Old Mill In selecting "THE GREAT REDEEMER" we feel that, this picture was the best one we could secure to start the New Year with, as it has held thousands spell-bound in amaze ment. "A BAD MAN COMES BACK FOR A GOOD WOMAN'S LOVE" Desperately wounded he sought shelter in a woman's home, but her first act on find ing him there was to point a pistol at him. His condition touched her heart, however, and she shielded him from the law only to fall in love with him at the end SUNDAY- WILLIAM S. HART in "BETWEEN MEN" THURSDAY VIOLA DANA in "BLACKMAIL" PALACE TISEfiT CHESTER JOHNSON, Mgr. FRED HILSON, Cashier MOTHF...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 1 January 1921

THE IMIXAS rPKKSS. PAMPAS, TEXAS, SATUJUMV JANtMItV V J021. 7, n , TIIS DALLAS KXl'M.. l-rnfnrj?' .1 "... 'V.k ( sw.Seti'V Kl KLUX RESUERECTION. ' $,rrtT Trf . MfcMBEH NA1I3NAL NEGFcO PRES3 ., ASSOCIATION. I'iiIiIIhIkhI every Kuturday morning In Ue year at 2GUU Snlm Avenue TIW )MI.I, KM HI MS fl'lll.ISHINO - V lilMI'AM. Incorporated) Dallas. Texan, rw irk Oilier, Iroal null FrosI hl, nu Oilier, 'Frost and Front, lloj e II uililinir, Atlnniii nillw, Front and Fr(, 0B- dler IinllillitK. . Nualivlllr llmce-Front and Frost, Iu-j -niiilnl Lire lliiUdlnK. . SIHS( KIPTIONS 13f ADVANCE. J Ono Year. 3.U Sir. Months ... Th::ee Months- - 1.00 Sli.gle Copy .10 H Single i notice to the riun.io. (.Any erionoou reiiectlon upon the vtoaractor, riandmg reputation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear In th column of Tub Dallas Express will be gladly cur rocled upon IU being brouKht to the attention of th publishers. filtered at Poit Office at Dallas. Texas, as necond-class milter, unde...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 1 January 1921

.7 a THB PATJiAS KXI'RRSS, MiXAS. TKXAS, SATIUDAY JAXUATtY 1, 1021. l'ACE nTTi A TKEASUKI ISSUES SEW SAV. IAGS SECUKITIES FOR 1D2L The 1920 Series of Govern ment Savings Securities.. ($5 Savings Stumps, (100 and $1,000 Registered Treasury Savings .Certificates) cannot be bad after Docember 31, 1920, as they go off of the sales market then and the 1921 Series goes on sale January 1, 1921. It Is pointed out by Dlnsmore "W. Hume, Federal District Director of Savings, Dallas, Texas, that per sons desiring any of the de nominations of the 1920 series must purchase them from their post olflce or bank before Jan uary 1, 1921, December being the last month -in which the savings securities of tills BeiHes can be bought. The 25 per cent Thrift Stamps will continue to be the same nnd unchanged In 1921- Hence Thrift Stumps purchased in 1920. if not ex changed for 1920 Savings Stamps may be exchanged for 1921 Savings Stamps next year. Government Savings Securities of the 1920 Series made ideal C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 1 January 1921

r .;!: six. THE PAULAS EXlKRr.3, DALLASt. TEXAS. HATIJRPAX JAXUARY 1, 1921. COUKOL INCREASED BY $241.25. lira WHITE CHURCH CONTRIBUTES LIBERALLY. Di'spite the exlrcmo cold weather ol tiio past few days and the holiday ncasoii, the Oummittpe on the Knter-taui!iii.:-:t f the Bishops' Council mide Mibslatitial progress In collect in;; funds. Orr l:uit Sunday morning l'roC N. V, Unfile, secretary of the committee, mado an appeal to the congregation of the Kirst Presbyterian Church, white, and a donation of $lo0.00 was given him for the fund. This church, says Prof. Harllee, has always rendered asslHtance to any rjovcraest. that had for its purpose ti e betterment of conditions for our pMiple here. F oA Harllee says he was very courteously received at '.he church and waa listened to with rapt attention. He will make appeals .o other white congregations eajh Sun day and expresses himself as being confident that he will receive further liberal donations. Dr. Abington says .he' new church b...

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