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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 12 February 1921

If ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE A CHAMPION OF JUSTICE A MESSENGER OF HOPE Founded by w. e. King. Th4 jjepublican Party Is The Ship All Else Is The SeaS'Frcd Douglas. ' ' r amtom ta-oa. - - - - - i . -I ' " i ' '.' . . " " M VOL. XXVin. NO. 19. THE DALLAS EXPRESS DAXLAS TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 2t 1921. FIUCE TEN CENTS. KU KLUX KLAN PRO-AMER A YS IT ICAN S S CHIEF Simmons Asserts Fraternity Works to Preserve Order and to Avert Outbreaks of Anv Na- hire Whatever. Not Against The Negro. Opposes Political Equality for the Race as Well as for Chinese or Japanese. Atlanta Feb. 10. The Knights of the Ku Klux Klan the organization whoiie "white-robed men would be ready to ride down Broadway" In twenty-four hours If necessary ac- cording to Its organizer and leader Colonel W. J. Simmon of Atlanta la "not the enemy of the Negro or any other race; in anti-nothing but pro- American and la engaged only In the work of preserving the law and pre- venting outbreak of all kinds" aald Col...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 12 February 1921

THIS DALLAS HXTBESS DA IX A 8 TKVA8. BATPItDAY. FKBKPARY 12. 1921. r.v-r. two. M:;ho IlVliAf. 1.1KR fROV'CU. TO HIS 1M- Vnrmrrm in lmrK umhf-rft Attend Krulih J a Hlw Ar Heller l'7 for 'lenrher Hnrnl I'ro- Krnm l dntllnrtl All t.o Vp or By Wm. Anthony Aery TTr.mpton. V.t Feb. 10. "Some Suk-p-ostmns tfr Improving Rural LU'e through the Ohur'h tho School and ii'iTt !i i Ion" w the topic for the re- ci'iit "Worker' Pay" program of the thirtieth annual TuakeKei" NeKro Con-r.ii-ni'-. Thin topic dfallnir with ru- ral life nneda and methods of Im- proving rnra. life atlra ted several hundred school officials and teachers county and home demonstration and other community workers who are tnteiested In rural organization and the .nuking of Bond ani bappy citizens. A larirp Bun nir of intelligent and thrifty Ncpro farmers came .to Tus- keKce institute specially to attend tho well known workers' conference. which hna t iiHm V SS much Vitality SB it had thirty years atco and a great deal more de...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 12 February 1921

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 12 1921. PACE TUkKfc. DYSTER The Big Up- Tovvn Store Offers sio TO-MORROW WE PLACE ON SALE Lot of about 500 Pairs Ladies' Pomps and Oxfords with Louis Heels all styles and leathers. Sizes are broken but all sizes in that lot worth up to $10.00 as long as they last choice at only TEXAS Itasca Feb. 10. Sunday School at both churches was well attended. Class No. 4 Mrs. Carter teacher still holds h banner. Splendid preaching service all day. ' Good B. Y. P. U.. Things are looking springy around Bethleham. Communion Sun- day night; two additions to the church. Mrs. Page left for Roby Texas. Air. and Mrs. S. D. Davis are smiling over a fine crying baby. Mother and son doing fine. Mrs. Anna Williams of Kerens Texas Is Tislting her uncle Mr. Gus Brown. Mr. Edmond Phillips' grand-Child' died Friday morning and was burled ' In Itasca Cemetery Saturday evening. Rev. McCoy officiating. Out of town relatives to attend the funeral Mrs. Hattle Free...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 12 February 1921

rhcvs rcvn THE DALLAS EXPRESS a ' MEMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESSi I ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday morning Id the year at 2C00 Swim Avenue by THE DALLAS F.XI'KRXS PUBLISHING coiirAM (Incorporated) Dallas. Texas. Nw York Olttce Frost and ' Chipnira OlUre I'm! and Front Bor- es lluililiDK- . Atlnntn ulflc. Front Frot Can- dler lliiilillim. Nanhvllle office Front and Froat la- aVpendrnt Life Building. 8UBSCIUPTI0SS L ADYAKCE. One Year...-................. -1 3.00 Six Months. 1-60 Three Months.......- .-. 1.00 Single Copy - NOTICE TO TUB PUBLIC. Any erroneous reflection Upon the character (tandlng or reputation of any ptraon tlnn or corporation which may appear In the columns of The Dallas Express will be gladly cor- ' rented upon Its being brought to the attention of the publishers. Entered at PoBt Office at Dallas Texan as second-class matter under Act o Congress March 187S. IMPORTANT. No subcriptiona mailed for a period less than three '-th. Payment for same must be f LM THE DALL...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 12 February 1921

THE DALLAS EXPREBSr DALLAS TEXAS. BATTTRDAY FEBRUARY 2 1921. vact: firs. N. W. HARLLEE'8 TWO-MINUTES rTrf TTTTTf TTTTl TALK FOR WHS AKD lillU.S. "" 1h'' iiiirif''" "'' 'ii' iY''' rfttt Consolidated Trail Balance Grand Lodge and Endw't Fund Colored Knights of Pythias DEBITS. Petty Cash Fund Cash in Bank Death Claims paid Travel and Per Diem Printing and Stationery Salaries Clerks .. Salaries Officers" Commission on Policies Furniture and Fixtures Rent Tel. Tel. and Postage . Real Estate and Building . Supreme Lodge San'tr. Legal Expense Taxes Uniform Rank Supreme Lodge Annual Lodge Supplies Fire Sufferers G. V. G. L. Checks cancelled Temple Expense Burial Claims paid Miscellaneous 100.00 117034.30 5020.84 280065 2272.01 1010.00 1616.00 23.80 249.68 258.70 509.43 150000.00 ... 2130.25 2177.59 4544.97 1360.93 852.10 541.25 462.49 74.65 3981.60 7656.30 . 516.90 $305194.44 Jurisdiction of Texas January 311921 CREDITS. Regular Endowment Adequate Premium Policy Fees Interest . Mortuary Fun...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 12 February 1921

ihh -ww iriT. THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS. TEXAS. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 18 1921. pun: six. . -I'i. . J. vi J! .'!V-. ft fiMKD CENTRAL THEATRE STutinee Every Day Starting 2:30 P. M. Continued to 11:00 P. M. JOHN HARRIS Owner and Manager v .-.""J ' EVERY SUNDAY "Fighting Fate" 15 Weeks Featuring WILLIAM DUNCAN ' with ECITH J0HNSO1 EVERY SUNDAY "The King of . The Circus" Featuring EDDIE POLO with f; CORINNE PORTER. EVERY MGXDAY 1J WITH V 1 "1 .7 ' a:: ?1 k 1 f Mfr EVERY THURSDAY "VEILED MYSTERY ' Featuring ANTONIO MORENO with. PAULINE CURLEY. : Ik : . ' ....6 J . r; ' 'Kf Antonio Mofcno SPECIAL FEATURE ATTRACTION TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY FEB. 15 AND 16 CCUGLAS FAIRBANKS in 'The Mark of Zorro" Here's the picture In which the world's exponent of good cheer U nd humor gives you a genuine riot of fun and thrills crammed n with whirlwind action thrills BUHpen.se and irresistible funny an- gles with never a let up in its head long pace from the very start to the rip-roaring rattling eminently satisf...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 12 February 1921

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS. BATCRPAY. FEBRUARY 12 1021. PACK RETCH CITIZENS' COMMITTEE TO MAKE FINAL REPORT MONDAY NIGHT. RECEPTION TO BE TENDERED COMMITTEE. $275.00 ADDED TO FUND THIS WEEK. Money for the entertainment of the Bishops' Council is still coming in. At the meeting of the commit- tee last Tuesday night a total of $275.00 additional was received making a total of $4468.30 collect- ed to date. The committee was very agreeably surprised to receive a donation of $60.00 from the Mu- sician's Protective Association. Local No. 168 A. F. of M. This donation was brought in by Prof. K. B. Polk who Is president of the association and Mrs Gussie Montgomery who is it's secretary. Prof. Polk said that the members of his association felt that they had not done their 'full duty to Dallas until they had given something to this cause. Mantone Lodge No. 282 K. of P. paid Us pledge of $50.00. Chancel- lor Commander M. W. Watkins and Keeper of Record and Seals J. A. Jackson said the ent...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 12 February 1921

If nOViH FREPAR- ahatioiis . Ir SKIN and HAIil ar the re- sult of years of studv hv me. The fact tbat 1 am a gratluata in Medicine and Dentistry O UARA that the best d r u a. properly combined are sued la my prep- aration".. In less than a year on the mar- ket these goods have followed this KxpreBS ' ad Into thousands of homes and made good.' THH CREAAt positlTSly BLEACHES; removes every blem- ish holds any powdor perfectly all day and keeps the skin soft and tender as a spring violet. . Hair ruined by nature or harm- ful preparation respond readily to my OHOWHR. The FRE.HHINO OIL. give a fin glo aud is Dearly smokeless. WHS the preparations and you will catch this smile. Velvet Itrowa Face Cream IL10 Velvet llrowa Hair (iroweT J2 Velvet Brown Pressing Oil .52 Velvet Brown Temple Grower .20 Agents wanted. Liberal comn-iu-ion. Information given and or- ders fiel by . B! FRAKX J. HAWKINS M. !. I. D. 8. SUITE 1? PYTHIAIf TEMPLE 1UIXAS TFXAS. SAV NKtiRORS CArVHOT I.TVH NOItTII OP CIIATT...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 19 February 1921

i ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE A CHAMPION OF JUSTICE A MESSENGER OF HOPE rounded by w. e. King The Repuuican Party Is The Ship All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas tER A3aM $3S0- VOL. XXVIII. NO ISO. THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS. TEXAS SATCltDAY FEBRUARY 10 1021. PRICE TEH CENTS. RECEPTION TENDERED LOCAL COMMITTEE ON ENTERTAINMENT OE BISHOPS' COUNCIL A. M. E. Bishops Now In Session Dallas Citizens Give Bishops One of Great- est Entertainments in History of Organiza- tion. CouncO Opened Thursday With Bish- op Benj. F. Lee Presiding. The United efforts of the citizen of Dallas headed by tho Rev. Dr. C. W. Ablngton. pastor of St. Jamc A. M. E. church Dr. R. T. Hamilton chairman of general committee: Prof. J. P. Starks chairman of Men's Division; Lee Jones chairman of business men's division; N. W. Harllee chairman white churches division; Dr. C. L. Morgan chairman of the professional people's division has given to tho Bishops of tho African Methodist Episcopal the general offic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 19 February 1921

ft" V' . - TUB DALLAS KXl'ItESS DALLAS TKXAS SATIUDAV FEBRUARY 19 1921. ry:r. two. I! ' cr::::i cf ki kujx KUS IS TOLD. (Continued from page 1.) soul or conscience In his predatory pursuit In the South. The Negroes. st tree. In-nornnt. slmnle confiding; nnd utterly ponnlirss. thny wtrn an ennv prov for the marauder. Mail to hellPve thev were not onlv the fqunls encieliv an In all respect to the pouthori white oconle. these deluded "WBroB of the Nation" soon becsme a xifiiaoe rrcetlv to h feared. The whites were disfranchised while the cerpelhahrtfer. the nkalnwaa: and the Colored pnmilatlnn beg-sn to run the country. So condition became apall- Inr. Something had to be done. This necessity remitted In the Kg Kiox Klen. Kinv reat movements many frreit ti hlevements. have orlcl- netcd nreliten'v. In Pulaski Tenn. In ISM the younK n-.c-n returned home from the war: for social purposes or- B'nnlzcd a club and for the name of that club a whimsical a-ertlus ausTKest- ed Ku Klux Klnn. A wei...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 19 February 1921

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 10 1921. A. M. L COLLEGE PRESIDENTS AND DEANS IN SESSION. One of the most Important organi- zations meeting this week In con- nection with the Bishops' Council la the Association of college pres- idents and deans of colleges of the African Methodist Episcopal church. This organization is a sworn enemy to Ignorance and illiteracy and trose who compose It are doing all in their power to wipe out that which retards the progress of mankind. The offlcers are Prof. O. A. Ed- wards president president of Kit- trell college Kittrell. N. C; Dr. S. L. Green president of Shorter col- lege North little Rock. Ark. secre- tary; Dr. O. A. Vaughn dean West- ern University Quindaro Kansas treasurer. A session was held Wednesday afternoon In the auditorium of St. James A. M. E. church presided over by President Edwards. The following were present: Presidents O. A. Edwards Kittrell College North Caro- lina; J. H. Lewis Morris Brown University Columbia ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 19 February 1921

THE DALLAS EXIKE8S DAI LAS TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 19 1921. THE DALLAS EXl'ltUS. L MtMBtR NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday mornln. In the year at 2601) Swisa Avenue bv THE DALLAM KVIMtKSa PU Ul.lMUXC. IIVHI'AM. (Incorporated) Dallas. Texas. New Yark Oflire Front and Krt lit K. Sttin Mrert. Clilrnua Oluvo Kro and Krt. Ilay- ee Ituildlnu-. Atlnnln offleti. Front und Frost Cmm- dlrr Hullilliig. Mashville oilier Front and Frost In dependrut Lire Hull-Uoa. SUHSCKIPTIOSS ET ADYAXfF. ' One Year ..... -....$1.00 Six Months .' 1.60 Three Months...- 1.00 Single Copy . .10 clariii ff ii ii rfWffaMuigWgfc. ii iTii.iyfrt iPcwalffrti. iijartfcaaiiHWiw r S THE MIRROR OF 1 I PUBLIC OPINION I NOTICE TO THE PCI1LIC. Any erroneous reflection upon the character rtandlng reputation of any person Ann or corporation which may appear In the column of The Dallas Express will r8 giauiy cor- rected upon lt being brought to the attention of the publisher. Entered at Post. Office at Da...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 19 February 1921

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DAIXAS. TEXAS HATOUiAY FEBRUARY 19 1921.' t SOME TEXAS Mineral Weill Feb. l7.ReVi A. Johnson P. C of the A.' M. E. Crurch attended the Bishop's Council in Dal- las last week. Sunday School is largely growing at all the churches. All pastors filled their pulpits Sunday. Rev. Allon P. C. of the A. M. K preached a strong sermon Sunday at 3:30 p. m. for Rev. A. Johnson P. C. of the A. M. E. Church. Rev. P. !; Smith of the El Paso District was here Sunday holding his first quar- terly conference which was a grand success. Rev. W. T. Talley reports good services all day Sunday. Prof. Walls and wife of Sherman TexaB. are In the city looking for a- location through the advice of Mr. Jra Cass. Prof. Watts and wife are teachers and Instructors of all instruments. Born tc Mr. and Mrs. Pat Jackson a fine baby. Mother and baby are reported doing fine. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Franks spent several days in Fort Worth visiting their sister. On Monday evening Feb. 7th. Mrs. Perry Back f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 19 February 1921

rvie. six u mm m . m u n m w tkin'i'iiiriiaw km'iiiii air u . m wm ia U I file SOUTHS FINEST COLORED SHOW COURTESY COMFORT ' QUALITY 1 ' iiPS i i y (0v(J00 MX. PI8GAH M. B. CHUIWTf. $ Golden Path Have you realized the con- tentment and happiness of trav- eling the Golden Path? Or are you subject to the hazards re- sultant from inconsistent sav- ing? If you are not now familiar ' with this Royal Road to Hap- piness a Dallas Express repre- sentative who will call on you in a few days will be glad to. show you 'THE GOLDEN PATH." Or if you desire to be shown the way now ring zsmszsm J. ALBA AUSTIN CITY. EMTOR. Mi and Mrs. Smith royally enter- tained Mrs. Bella Mae Jones of ' Stockton. Cal.. on last Thursday ev ening at 608 Ross Avenue. A pleas- ant evening was spent by ten. coup- les. . In the afternoon of Feb. 10 Mr. Guy Walton entertained a host of friends in honor of Mrs. Delia Mae Tone nf Stnrktrm Pal. Miinli war i furnlsheil hv Slnrlft Smith Jazz Bund. The house was beautifully dec...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 19 February 1921

THK DALLAS ESPKK88 DAIJjAH TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 10. 1921. PAGE 3E1;K3. it 11 - 1 Si fi V! fort mmii Fort Worth. Texas Feb 17. Read and refine your appetite; learn to live upon instruction; feast your mind and mortify your flosh; read and take your nourishment In at your eyes shut up your mouth and ' cnew the cud of understanding. Read Read Read. Mr. Theodore Starks nephew of Rev. Starke pastor of Bakers Chapel is visiting relatives and friends In the city. He Is here for an indefinite stay.. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Avant Jr. 1109 Helen St. was hostess to a beautiful five course luncheon in honor of Mrs. J. D. Martin who is living the city soon. The table was beautifully decora- ted 'with pink carnations and pink candles for a center-piece. The place cards were of Valen- tines and cuplds. Those present were Mmes. J. D. Martin C. E. Lindsay J. W. Pratt G. C. Houston and R. Bunton. A. Ward. N. T. Wall is and R. A. Ran- am Mme. Wallis suggested that each of the guest give Mme. Mar- tin tb...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 19 February 1921

pr;n nntiT THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TKXAB SATTOPAY FEBRUARY 19 1921. 01 HYET EHQWH PREPAR- ARATIONS For ' SKIN and HAIR are the -result of years of experiment and study by m. The fact that I am a graduate In Medicine and Dentistry is a G UAEANTEH that the beet drugs properly combined are sued in my prep arations- In less than a year on the mar- ket these goods have followed this KxpresB ad into thousands of homos and made good. THE CREAM positively BLEACHES;' removes every blem- ish holds any powder perfectly all day and keeps the skin soft and tender as a spring violet. Mair ruined by nature or harm- ful preparation responds readily to my GHOWER. The PRR88ING OIL gives a fine sloas and 1 nearly smokeless. DUE these preparation! and you will catch this smile. Velvet Krown Faoe Cream $1.10 IVivet Rrown Hair Grower J2 Velvet Urown rresHin Oil At Velvet Brown Temple Grower .20 Agents wanted. Liberal comn.is- sion. Information given and or- ders filled by DIt FRANK J. HAWKINS M. 1) P. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 26 February 1921

3 t GO027JIH pjatAB ft IF ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE A CHAMPION OF JUSTICE A MESSENGER OF HOPE Founded by w. e. King. . The Bepublican Party Is The Ship All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. per axscm a.oo. TOL. XXVIII. KQ. 21. HE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY FEI1UUARY 20 1081. PRICE TEN CENTS. ' j j HiSniitifiSni (By A. N. P.) Chicago Feb. 24. With the formal Inauguration of Warren G. Harding of Ohio aa President of the United State at hand it is appropriate and fitting to state certain facts. The first among these facts Is this: American Negroes are quite wide- awake on all things political and eco- nomic. They will not be "footballs'! during the next administration to be kicked around at will but if there is to be a football game they propose to be players and not the ball. That fact Is established. There are - two other Important tnings: une Americon negroes pro pose to be 100 per cent efficient two respects where they have not! functioned heretofore with th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 26 February 1921

rHK BAMiAS FXl'JtfiSS DAIXAS TKXAS SATURDAY FKL-ilUARY 20 1W21. z Some Texas 1 Towns 1 Mmlin Feb. 2 . Sunday being cold the chinch goers failed to turn out in larxe numbers. Rev. J. A. Kucker filled the nulpit at First Baptist during the dny and Rev. k. D. Heed at night. Each one took care of the Master's cause. Mr. M. V. Monely has returned from Calvert where he has on a visit to Ms siHtor- in law. The First Baptist Church held conference tn last Tuesday nlKht and business was 'd'iatched without confusion and raume'tn? durlnK the meeting. Deacon B; J. Matb-ls as Moderator aroBe a d ntatcd and he was entertained by a motion that we give Rev. F. G. Lofton $135 per month. This motion was adopted; that tho church docs not approve of his administration so sine die. and the church stands without a pastor. Pi-of. G. A. Harrison a graduate of t.li Mechanical Department of Prairie View College rushed in late Tuesday and took charge of the Manual Train- ing Department and the Faculty and stu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 26 February 1921

FHE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TKXAS' SATURDAY frKBRCARY 26 1021. TEXAS TOWNS Denton Feb. 24. Lot everybody read tbe Dallas Express. Owing to the Inclement weather services were not so well attended as usual. The Ftrst Baptist held a very successful Board Meeting beginning Thursday night closing down Sunday night. Mrs. Fannie Reynolds Is still reported seriously 111. Dr. D. W. Porter of Dallas was called here Sunday to see her. Mrs. Phylls Hall took dan- gerously 111 Friday with her heart. She resting fairly well at this writing. Mrs. A. E. Walker Is con- fined to her bed suffering with heart trouble. Rev. W. P. Crockett visited his family Wednesday. Among those who visited the Bishops' Council at Dallas last week were Messrs. Henry Taylor John Lambert' L. T. Lambert Sidney Woods Rev. M. P. Lambert was called to Gainesville Thursday to the bedside of her auntie Mrs. George Benson. Rev. Mass of C. M. 1$. Church has extended an invitation to all churches to be with him and his P. E. Dr. Ge...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 26 February 1921

y it TUB DAIXA8 EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS 8ATUR1MY FKBIUTARY 2(1 1921. PA CM FOTTI THE DALLAS EXFKEh.-v MtMEER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION'. L Published every Saturday mortiln in the year at 2fit)0 Swiss Avenue bv THE DALLAS EVPHKSS FllILlSlllNO (Incorporated) Dallas. Texas New York oniee Kraut and From 12 IV. 2h Strrrt. Chlenico Ollice Kraut and Front Hoy ca Hulloing. Atlnatn Olttoe Frost aad Front Cun tiler lliillilltiii. Knshvtlle office Front and Front In- dependent Life lluildlnic. sniscRirnoNs ur adyance. One Yean. : 13.00 Six Months 1.60 Three Monthg..... 1.00 Single Copy . . .10 ' NOTICE TO TUB PUIILIC. Any erroneous reflection upon the character Handing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may appear In tho columns of The Dallas Express will be gladly cor- rected upoy lt being biouKht to the attention of the publishers. Entered at Tost Office at Dallas Texas as second-class matter under Act n' Conirrens. March J873. IMPORTANT. No subonptions mailed for a pe...

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