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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 March 1919

I , V 5? "....4 1 Founded by W. EL Kings - YOL. 2. NO. 22. PROVOST MARSHAL GBIERAL'S . nnoinrorii TELLS AUTHORITATIVELY OF THE PATRIOTISM, VALOR AND CHEERFUL SERVICE OF COLORED AMERICANS. THE , LABORS OF SPECIAL ASSISTANT SCOTT COMMENDED. Washington, D. C. March 13, 1919. The following extract from the official report of the Provost Marshall General of the United States' Army to the Sccreatry of War, gives a high ly interesting and informing story of the part played, by the Colored soldiers who were called to the de fense of the flag of this nation through the operation of the Selective Draft Law. . "The part that has been played by the Negro in the great world drama upon which the curtain is now about to fall is but another proof of the complete unity of the various ele - xnents that go to make up this great Nation. Passing through the sad and rigorous experience of slavery; ush ered into a sphere of civil and po litical activity where he was to match his endeavors with those of hi...

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. — 15 March 1919

I. ir.': rv;o THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCT1 15, 1919. MM. 14 TEXAS i ATIjAXTA. Atlanta, Texas. March 13. The lo c.il contest between Atlauta Colored liieU school was a success with At lanta contestants leading In every tl: in from bario hall iu em-..... inatii. Tho'iK'h the weather wan bad and winds blow cold yet the church was -packed from rostrum to door. Rev. T. K. George of Pittsburg. Tex an, was In our city the past week. Rev. E. Johnson, the presiding el der of the Texarkana Diwtritt was In our city Saturday and Sunday and held his first quarter with Rev. C. F. M(xre and his people. Rev. Mc Clain preached ao excellent sermon at St, Paul C. M. E. church Sunday niht Miss Odessa Lewis, the as sistant teacher of St. Paul Communi ty visited in the home of Mr. and 'Irs. Haywood Washington, Satur day. Mrs. Bertha Trammel, the teacher of New Hope school. Spent Saturday and Sunday with her moth er, Mrs. Annie' Pruitt. Rev. J. J. Deloney was at his post Sunday at I...

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. — 15 March 1919

pact T! DARTING, Pew SCIATIC PAINS OUR NEW HOME FREE! FREEH FREE 1! Joat sead as yenr address aaC w win tend yon by mail FRE3 ear !arg aid beautiful Catalogue show, tag all taa latest style of Craota Ealr Goods, Hair Nats. Raw Hair, Dectrto Combs and Hair Worker's Waaia, ate. Our Hair goods bars tat reputation for being tha bast aad w are taa largest man aWer ! Creel Hair Goods Haas fc tba Caitoc Itates. ? Mrs, Give way before the pene trating effects of Sloan's Liniment So do those rheumatic twinge and . the loin-aches of lumbago, the nerve Inflammation of neuritis, the wry neck, the joint wrench, the ligament sprain, the muscla strain, and the throbbing bruise. The easo of applying, the quickness of relict, the positive results, the clean lincss, and the economy of Sloan's Liniment make it universally preferred. I. U".rY ! . ;""-v ' i-U. SAM WILLER, HUMAN HAIR GOODS CO. Box 298 Shreveport, La. THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1919. tor 1 W 25,000 MORE PORO AG...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 March 1919

nr. I'orrt THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1919. DALLAS EXTEES3 NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATJON. P.ibllahrd avirjr Saturday morning ta LUa year t.l 2600 bwia Avenua. by VUli DAa LAS KSPHESJ nULISDINO COM PA MY. (Incorporated) Dallas, Texas. Wm Yrk Office, Front ft Froat 13 N. It) til Street. t'lii.-tiKo own, Frost & Froat, Boy- t JUlllillllfC. AilnntH ontce, Froat & Froat, Can lr irillil.iillK. JVuKhilile Ofllre, Frn.tt Froat, In dependent Ufa Uulldlnir. W. K. KI-(J, Editor J. It. JOHUAV, Maaaarer. t Pnat rifflct at Dallaa, Texan, aa aeMind-claaa matter, under Act of Congreaa, wiarcn, lMI'OllTAVr. N i uharrfntlnna mailed ior lesa period than threa montha. Payment tor name muat ba 60 centa. ' scbsciuptiosis m advances. Ona Year H-JO i Montha Jj Three Muntha.. .. BIOK'e t-'oPX 08 KOT1CIS TO TUB PUBLIC Any erroneoua reflection upon the character, standing- or reputation of any pmon, tlrra or corporation whieb may appear in the columna of The Ialiaa Kxpre...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 March 1919

THlB DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1919. PAGE FIVE 4 Twi i uStMfiIi" i t BI''iTHe i iW m TEXAS BULLIED. Bullard, Texas, March 13. Rev. C. M. Lemons preached an cble sermon at Corinth, which was enjoyed by all. Money raised $24.60. C. M. Bcr ley has praise meeting twice a week. Sunday school taught by Miss Jessie Maud Sanders, will close with an ex hibition, all are invited. Mr. Winn and Mrs. Shannon have the pleasure of subscribing for the Express. If you need first-class hair cuts, see J. A. Vaughn, residenco of Mr. George Wilson, where you will find the Express. We kindly ask your' patronage for the paper, 5 cents per copy; 75c for six months, $1:50 a year. See J. A. Vaughn, Route 2 Box 65, Bul lard, Texas. GEOESBEOK. i Groesbeck, Texas, March 13. The pastor of Dennis Chapel and the pastor of Head Branch left town Sun day. . Dr. Moses Smith went to Cedar, to preach Sunday.. Mr. Roy Adams has been suffering with tonsilitis troubles for the past week, but is bet...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 March 1919

TUP: DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1919. v-.: six THE PEOPLES' FURNITURE CO, .HHHtHHttHHnMTTttwtTwwTmmTTTTTTTTiTTTTTTT. ....... ' 1 X ) low For Mterp otry St U lit Roliii? to fcive the following prices for t ciiHj- nu'llmd.H. 22-K Gold Crowns $U0 to f.00 Bridge Work 3 to $5.00 Gold Inuiva $1.60 lp White Crowns - $W0 to $5.00 rainless Extraction . Don't let that poor DKXTAI. work or tha t set of teoth you cant wear discourage you Ol lt M AY IS InWl'KKVr. IT IS THE K-Z WAY, If we don't give you the utmost in COMFOUT, HATIS1' ACTION aud AI'FKABANCE, It shall not cost you cent Our prices are lews than those of your former dentlBts. made possible by organization, system, volume of buBiMBB and buying facilities. We Have Special Offices For The Colored, Where We Give You The Best Service Our work FREE DR. YODERS P" ' h TEXA& i CBEEXTILLE. (,'renvlllo, Texas, March 13. Mon day night, March 3, was high night at Warren Chapel M. E. church. A centcnay drive was. launch...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 March 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1919. PAGE SEYT;:J "Jttt f f f Tf f f f TTTTtttT? TTTT l Texas Towns ( JIcKIXNEY. . McKinney, Texas, March 13. Mr. R. Flney was seeking for the Ex press Sunday, says he wants It -every Saturday. Mrs. M. Taylor has re turned home at Mineral Wells after several days' visit here with her sick brother. Mr. L. Sanders, who is now ud again. Mr. C. Berry and Miss T. Clayton were united in marriage- at tne sec' ond Baptist church. Good service all day at the Christian churcn, tne Pastor, Rev. J. B. Williams, preached a stirring sermon at i p. m., sud Ject, "Look on us," Act. 3:4. Five candidates for baptism. Free Will Baptist church Sunday school was well attended. Services were well attended. At 11 o'clock pastor's sub ject, "The Devil Plans How to Keep People from Going to Church." Total collection for the day $46.46. The Free Will Baptist church at McKinney, Texas, closed a great re vival last Wednesday nignt, Feb. 26. Assisted by Mr...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 March 1919

THE WORLD WONDER OIL MID GAS OF KANSAS CITY, 1. AEQUT THREE WEEKS AGO PURCHASED A FOUR ACRE LEASE RIGHT IN THE HEART OF THE GREAT BURXBURXETT TEXAS GIL FIELDS AT A COST OF 515.000.00. , We could sell our lease to-day for $30,000 if we cared to do so, Read any Daily Paper for prices of Burk Burnett lease. Our lease is on the Stephen Survey, which is adjoing the Hoffman Survey. The holdings of the Marias Gil Campany were sold only a few days ago for 53.500.000. which was a part of the Hoffman Survey; and every dollar invested in the Marine Oil Company is now worth 517.50. Our irillcr, Mr. C. M. Flickinger. who drilled three wells' for us last Spring, in the State of Kansas, is now on the ground in Burkburnett wiiii . nis nniiing mauiimc wi mu ucuhi uimiihs - a r Our Special Offer To Texas People. We are selling to the public 60JOOO Shares of our Stock at 11.00 per share par value, and we have allotted 20.000 of these Shares to Texas people, as we want the Texaa people to help share In...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 March 1919

SIXTEEN PAGES THIS WEEK PART TWO PAGES 9 TO 16 DALLAS, TEXAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MABCH 15, PBICE FITE CE3TS LEGISLATURE PASSES ; TWO LABORMEASURES HOUSE FAVORABLE TO MINMUM I WAGE AND WOMAN'S DIVISION, I OF LABOR DEPARTMENT. , 8nat ' Austin, Texas. Thi senate has passed finally the joint resolution proposing an amendment to the con stitution In accordance with the'gov ernor's recommendation providing for. a division of the net profits from the penitentiary farms among the convicts of their ' dependents. Submission of the proposition will be Nov. 4, 1919. : The bill, providing for the incor poration of .mutual insurance com panies to write every form of in surance except life, was finally passed. ; The Joint resolution authorizing a county tax of 50c for school purposes was adopted. Submission will be !Nov. 4, 1919. The bill, providing that the Depart ment of Agriculture be abolished and Its duties transferred to A. & M. col lege, failed of passage by 10 to 13. ' The Joint resoluti...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 March 1919

IHCK TIN iALLAS EATRESS, IUTXAS, TEXAS, SATlUPiT, MARCH , VA9. nn nn nr n nn lU.'UWU LRI "c? A TP To) cr1 MVU vy v t ! tr vv tt tv Tt y y tt tv yy yy y v tt yy yy yy yy yy yy yy $t yy yy vv t yy vv Tt yy yy yy yy yy yy vv yy yy yy vv It yy tt vv : k tf 2 2 1 tl yy yy yy yy vy tl tt tv yy tt yy yy yy t y yy vy tf vv tT yy yy u tl tt VV tl yy yy vy : vv yv vy It vv : yv v vv yv V ! . r v .'fvV EXTRM HTTRHCTIONS : Coining Saturday March 15th J. Warren Kerrigan's great Western Photo-pJay "The Turn of A Card" Friday March 14 Frank Keenan, America's greatest Western actor in a wonderful Western Railroad Drama "THE RULER OF THE ROA D Also two-real Keystone Comedy Coming-Two Days-Thurs. & Fri. Mar. 20-21 "The Cannibals of the South Seas. ' Don't fall to Bee the "South Sea Cannibals' Thursday and Friday, March 20th and 21st Matinee each day, two o'clock sharp. Admission Matinee, 11 Cents and 1 7 Cents Admission, Nigbt, Adults 25 Cents; Children, IS Cents LOOK WHO'S HERE, MondayMarch 17th...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 March 1919

ft DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1016, r i " , I,,,, it tt . jr , . T X tt tt f o 4, t f II II ..i-. -r ' ' . o " I ? : - I I . 1 I I t I W ' I I J I ' . I (, f ." II i. V . ' 't ' " tt ii r t ' ADAM HERD-BONNES NUPTIAL. Ft Worth.-Texas, March 15, 1919. Wednesday evening, Feb. 27, at 8 o'clock marked the' culmination of one of the most beautiful weddings ever witnessed In Fort Worth, when Mrs. Theodosia Adams-Herd, one of Fort Worth's popular young women, became the bride of Mr. J. C. Bon ham of Jefferson, Texas. The cere mony was performed by Dr. , J. H. Winn at St. James church. The church was beautifully decorated with palms, ferns and autumn leaves, and filled to Its capacity with anxious spectators, At 8:45, Mrs. S. H. Fowler took her seat at the instrument and as the voice of a nightingale, Mrs. S. D. Adams was heard singing, "0 Promise Me," then to the strains of "Lohengrens Wedding March," the bridal party entered the bride on the arm of her father. The ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 March 1919

1 I f S 11 By .Chas. R. Graggs. There cou.-J be no history, without "bio&raphy; no biography without the actions ot human beings; no autlong without aa incontive.Tbe greatest In centive which brittires an intelligent liberty to deliver the message which God 8mt him to deliver, the message of. unli-nlted and unbound goodness whether that goodness bo In the c paclty ot shoe shine boy, Bcrub wom an, ditch digger, or stenographer in a municipal building; postal clerk In a post oflice; legislator, congress man, school board representative, text-book author, or patriot on the buttlclleld. Therefore, the one weak point In our educational system today, which has no place In the domain of de- mocraiy is the endeavor of Ameri can historians, magazine writers, newspaper correspondents and lec turers to omtt the names of Illustri ous Negroes and their deeds and achievements. For example, no one will deny the fact that the letter "Z" is a necessary to the completion of the alphabet as the le...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 March 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS. PALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 1ft. llfl. PAGE TniltlFF 3D ON i ' -.--.--rs; t pWPHI IWI H" RUM I IIVIMPM : L JLin.m L , X' . I G ROVER C. ADAMS, for Police Commissioner Vote For Good Government. LET THE RECORD BE YOUR REASON- Bill I Mm m 7 T MM J rV T' 4 A 4 W A. fTT m. D ATUIDI 1 Dicnnro inn oniir ILHirUlll II ILLUUW fl M OF I ill THE f'BEill lllimil 1 "We stand for a square deal for ev - ery man and every association of men," reads the first plank in the . platform of the Good Government Association. That plank alone covers enough of the material issues to be a full plat form itself. A square deal for every man and for every association of men Is all that can be asked. It Is all that can be expected by every free-thinking citizen. A square deal can be construed in numerous ways, according to the pol icies of those whose power it is to make an interpretation. There are two classes of people, those we know and those we don't know. There are two classes of people...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 March 1919

. THK DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS. SATURDAY, .MATtCH 15, 1919. .iK CMLY FOR Tim CHANCE Crippled Soldiers Are Eager to Prove They Have Lost Nona of Their Good American Grit. A West Virginia private soldier who lorn, u leg a tho war ana now goes on crotches was visiting tlie national capital, and while , Inspecting the Washington monument requested a po liceman to act as a witness ior fthnrt time. The crlnnle then Droeeed ed to climb to the top, 5()0 feet above the ground and reached by 8X) steps, It Is clear thnt this athlete was not In Wdulilni-ton to rlalm a nenslon on tt! p-ound of physical disability. In fact, be asks no more than a fnlr chance to nhow that he Is fit to hold a Job, and la ready to prove it. Jn tne mam mm tary hospital In Washington the pa tlentx are publishing a nnncr called the "Come Buck," whose main pur pose Is to promote tue industrial wci fn nf rrlmitMl Moldlers and KllllorS It gathers Information on useful work far men who recover from amputa tions or ser...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 March 1919

4 ... J It- THE 1) ALIAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, &ATIRIUY, MARCH 15, 1919. PAGE FIFTEEX r i i. f! r M it n i r 5! A SONG OF THE Written by DUKE LAWRENCE SLAUGHTER, "Most Done Traveling." From the silvery sands of Old Camp Meade in dear old Maryland, The 351st Field Artillery sat out for Allemand; These were the boys from Baltimore all Yank of a dusky hue, From Pittsburg and Columbus Tootle's chosen few. And some from the Carolina and the southermost Florida Keys, From Georgia( Louisiana and from dear Old Tennessee; And while we cannot claim a Yank from Maine to the Golden Gate, Our Battery boasts the cream of Yanks from Conneticut to the Lone Star State. But I sing of the boys of Battery "B" and its honored personnel The boys who put the Hun on the run under Captain P. J. Cant well ' ' 1 . There was Lieutr Wilkinson who knew his stuff" and Sgt Hunt as well But with Lieut. Cammack behind 'he guns, we gave the Kaiser h . I sing of the gallant 1st Flatten uimer handsome Willie Ross...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 March 1919

DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, 'STARCH 15. nOVINQ PICTURES I F h e G p and (G e n li sil f heat pel t HIGH SCHOOL THEATRE 3211 COCHRAN STREET JOHN HARRIS, MANAGER FACE SJXTFEX V t 1 ; J t if . . ; O PEARL WHITE, in Lightning Raider SUNDAY, MARCH 16 THE "Lightning Raider continued every Sunday. t ... "LURE OF THE CIRCUS" Continued every Sunday. tt tt .... .... IK. ... .... .... SPECIAL ATTRACTION Monday and Tuesday, March 17th and 18th "PEICE OF A GOOD TIBIE" Another one of our BIG KNOCK OUTS, Our last bid attraction. A picture that reaches out and grabs your heart string. It biggest features money can buy. Read the story elsewhere in this issue. SATURDAY, MARCH 22TH, L. -; 1 - V.." sf, . . r- IV -4- it ...iV ft fcm.lw..i'iimiiliMl J. jui. i IMfc..l1i J 1,.. J a. , ...i.....i.J..t...l.-...u - .t ...-B T" It's really a greater picture than "IS ANY GIRL SAFE." If One of the ft TEST i it .... .... 4 .... .... .... .... .... .... Come early to avoid i the rush. "PRICE OF GOOD T...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 March 1919

ll "The liepublican Party Js.The H hip: All Kl It tft,a." Frtit Douglas. f 1.60 Fer Annum TOL. 2, NO. 23. DALLAS, TEXAS, ; SAT (TED AY, MARCH 22, 1919. PEICE FITE CENTS. BIRTH IF AHATIOtl" DEBUHCIirU 'BLACK BILLY SUNDAY" AND COLORED CITIZENS SCORE A SIGNAL VICTORY IN THEIR FIGHT BEFORE THE CITY COMMISSION, (Reciprocal News). Austin, Texas, March 7, 1919. The Colored citizens are Jubilant because of their Signal Victory be fore the Mayor and City Commission ers to' debar the Birth of a Nation. Tom Dixon's pernicious Negro slan dering and kindred pictures from be ing exhibited here in the Capitol City to engender , racial bitterness; the actions were brought about which caused his Honor, Mayor A. P. Wool drldge, and the members of the City Commissioners, to enact an ordinance which has for its purpose not only to prevent the exhibition of the Birth of Nation, but all suc.li pictures that reflects upon the Negro Race. All credit is due "Black Billy Sun day and the following Colored cit...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 March 1919

LAGK rWO THE PALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1919. n .! ! f TEXAS EISK clhtlngs Eusk, Texaa, March, 20. Mr. II. I. Kyle of Alto and Ida brother, Mr. W. K. Kyle of jronta, were pleasant visitors In our city, for a lew days, this paat week. Both' are progress- . lve farmers and add much to the credit of our country. The entertainment given by the Mothers' Club at the K. of P. Hall, for the benefit of the school Friday and Saturday nights were reported as being puccesHful. It is to be hoped that our public school can be run longer this term. Private Dave Lowe, who was recently dis charged from Camp (MacArthur) U In Kusk YiBitlnp friends, He was once a New Birmingham school boy, and his many friends are happy to see him once more. Ho leaves soon to enter Pullman service, which he had resigned to serve Uncle Sam. Mr. and Mrs. R. Gray were called to Tcxarkana, Saturday on account of the Illness of Mr. Gray's mother. They had been the guest of Mrs. Gray, mother and fathe...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 March 1919

VAC fj-rm-"' Colonel Young has been sick. You will always find the lxpr at Noland's cafe. MARSHALL. OUR NEW HOME FRBE! FREE!! FREE I ! THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATUI'J)AY, MARCH 22, 1319. 7s f " 25,000 MORE PORO AGENTS WANTED Equipped with the Very Latest Apparatus for Teaching the Poro System of Scalp and Hair Culture and all Branches of Beauty Culture Terms Moderate Diplomas Given Write Today for Further Information TDRICEDLLEEI Poro Corner St. Louis, Mo. Dept. A-12 TEXAS TOWNS ABDXOBE. Ardinore, Texas, March 20. Mr. "Wallace Williams Is seriously 111 at lila home In the north part of the Mr. Jack Williams has opened a nice little grocery store on South E. Mr. Frank Black is making prepar ations to open a grocery storn on East Main street There will also be a Colored millinery shop in the same building which was formerly occupied by Mr. Jerry Lofton. The boys are gradually returning home from France. The rally at the First Baptist church on the third Sunday was a success...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 March 1919

ror-: IilK DALLAS EXrilF.SS In t M fa E R NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. iiniilUhd evory Saturday morning la tlie year at zr.oo tiwlm Avenue, TUU DAI. I, AH KlIIKXt PrnlJSHlNG (Incorporated') Dallas, Texaa. Rw York (illlH, Froat Froat it N. 2mh 8lrcU CKlcBua Dllln, Front & Froat, Boy Co l-ululintf. Ailniiiu omcr, Froat ft Froat, Can 4tr HnililliiK. Niiviiir oinn. Front at Froat, In dependent I'll a JJullUluit. W. K. KING, EdUor J. H. JOHDAS. Hui. Entered at Pet Office at Dallaa. Tr, aa aecond-rlaaa matter, under Act of Congreaj, March, IS if. IMrullTANT, Ma auhacrlntlona mailed lor a leaa fMirtnd than three morjtha. Payment fur aame niuai om ov cvnia. kUUMCftllTIONS tft ADVANCK. On Year 11.50 Fix Momhe .Jj Three Monthe. ...... " falnajle Copy OS IVOTtCK TO TUB rUULKJ. Any erroneoue reflection upon tbe character, etanilitiK or reputation of any pron, firm or corporation whixh imiy appear In th column of The 1'u.iiaa kapreae wtil bo ffladly cor rMli'd upon li bclntr hrounlil to...

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