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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. ...

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. — 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 subonptio...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 26 February 1921

THE DALLAS KXTRRSS, DALLAS, TKXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1021. 1MKH FTTK. SOME TEXAS Cameron, Feb. 24. A big rat cam paign la be'ng waged In Cameron un der auspices of the Commercial club. To trap and kill the rats In our city means much toward making it a san- -- tnv nnd hnalthv rtlnrn Tho Iniiunnn entertainment at the High School Fri " day was an enjoyable affair. The de bate was interesting. Mr. John Davis brtng on tho side in defense of the 'court house feels very -proud that his side won. The subject of the debate was "Which has done more for civilization the church, the school, or the court house? Messrs. AHller and McGill made several good points on their Bide. Proffl J. W. Bartlett, C. E. Kelly, Mrs. L. I. Montgomery, Misses Ida Mayo and LilKe Bennett deserves much credit for the splendid work that is being done in the night school. Services were well attended ' at Cameron Grove and Bethel A. M. E.. Pastors Humber and . Hughes were present. At 11 a. m. the re porter had the...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 26 February 1921

ru;r: six. n r l""4 Viiuij Valentine Parties and OUier Social Events of JNoto. Fori Wortth, Texas, Feb. 24, 1921. Tlicre are three cIubscs of riadors: Home enjoy without Judgment others Jjidpre without enjoyment; end some Uw-ra are who Judce waile they en- Joy, and enjoy while they Judge. The latter class reproduces the work nt nrt on which It is engaged Its mbers are Vfiy small. Read! Read! Read! Mr. Henry Iacy, flora Street. Dal las, r'-iltcd friends Sunday In the .city. Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Carr of Pall.is were pleasant callers of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Alien, 28 Hyan Place Drive, Sundny. Mrs. Klla Shelton 1024 Tyler Street, rave a Valeut'jie Tea Party for bens fit of her church, Allen Chapel, last ITo&day Tsb., 14th. Q-ii'e a few friends called and a neat sum was realized. Please send or brin all news tc Temple Drug Store. We handle the Pallas Express and all other Negro literature. Messrs. W. D. and D. H. Savage were called to San Antonio to attend the funeral of their brother...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 26 February 1921

IHE DALLAS EXPRESS, PAIXAS, TEXAS, aVTTIlDAY, FKBUUAIIY 28, 1021. PAGE StrSES. Citizens' Committee For En tertainment of Bishops' Coun cil Gives Summary of Work counts Will Be Audited And Published. The 1921 mid-winter session of the - Bishops' Council of the A. M. E. Church has gone Into history. The clttzens of Dallas did their full duty towards making preparations for the coming of the Council and for iu entertainment while here. The re sponsibility for raising the money needed to complete St. James Temple, so the Council could meet there as promised, and for the entertainment of the visitors while here,; was placed upon a Citizen' Committee formed for that purpose in response to an appeal niade to the people by Dr. Abingtori. pastor. From the date of its organization In November last,- until the Council adjourned, the Committee labored day and night to make a success of ts work and a good name for Dallas and its people. In discussing the matter, Dr. Hamilton .chairman of the com...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 26 February 1921

THE PALLAS EXrBKSS, DALLAS, TEXAS, BATUBPAY, FEBRUARY 80, 1921. VELVET E:0JPRPAR- ARATJQNS For SKIN and 11AIH are the re sult of ycara of experiment and study by me. The (act that i am graduate In Medicine and Dentistry is a Q UAKANTEE that the best drugs, properly combined, are sued in my prep arations. In lees than a year on the mar ket these goods have followed this Impress ad Into thousands of tomes and made good. , TUB CREAM positively I'lKiCHIiS; removes every blem ish, holds any powder perfectly all day and keeps the skin soft anT tender aa a spring violet. Hair rutnrrt by nature or harm ful preparation rponda readily to my (IUOWHR. Th PRESSING OIL glve a fine glosa and la Uoarty amokeleaa. I LSI-! thfnr preparation and you will catch thin mile. Velvet Itrown Face Cream $1.10 Velvet Rrown Hair Jrower J12 Velvet Itrown lTesHlnir Oil J"2 Velvet llrowu Temple tJroner Agents wanted. Liberal comn.ls uion. Information given and or ders filled by Dl FRANK J. HAWKINS, m. vn p. n. s. ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 5 March 1921

A CHAMPION OF JUSTICE A MESSENGER OF HOPE ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE Founded by w. e. King yA Repuhlican Party Is The Ship, All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. ' per axotm 3.oo. Vol. XXVIII, JiO. 22. " THE PALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS. TEXAS, SATCKPAY, MARCH 5, 1921. PRICE ten cents. 0 HEALTH W STT1 NATl NECK ONAL JO Mi OBSERVED FROM APRIL 3RD TO National Negro Business League Work ing With Tuskegee Conference Heads to Spread Doctrines of Health Among Our People. Program to be Observed Every Day. Tuskegee Institute, Ala., March 3. In accordance with the resolutions adopted at the recent Annual Tuske gee Negro Conference and In co-oper-tlon with the National Negro Busi ness Learue and other Influential or ganizations, an invitation Is extended to the following organizations and agencies to unite, from April, 3rd to 9th, in the observance of the Seventh Annual National Negro Health Week; Daily and Weekly Newspapers, Health, Journals, The United States Public Health Service. T...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 5 March 1921

PK TWO. THE PALLAS EXPRESS, PALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH B, 1021. Some Texas ! " Towns Mllford, March 3. Madams N. E. Burnett, ilattle demons, E.. J. Hill aud Miss Zeima Clemons went tc Dallas to attend the Bishops' Council. Mr. Walter Richardson went to Dal las, his future home. Messrs. Harry Waters, Kara Beaty went to Dallas this week. Mr. Leslie M-JIer of Dal las is visiting his wife, Mrs. Jimraic Miller. Miss U C. Banton went to Italy. Rev. J. P. Lynn, our cx-pastor was In the cty. Miss Emma Brad ford of Kansas City Is home again. Madams Rachel Sims, Delia Daven port and Miss Emma Boitio are this week. Rev. L Harris, the Hol iness preacher, guest of Mrs. M. E. Probasco, is quarentlned with small pox. K. M. H. 8. Notes: Senoli Class organization was as follows: Miss Mattle Baltie, president: Bcr nlco Richardson, Sec, and Miss Loll Banton, treasurer.' Rev. Rhonlac and Mrs. Cora Flowers of Waxahaclile worshipped at St.- James A. M- E. Church. Dr. A. White, a distinguish ed divine...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 5 March 1921

TUB DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1921. TrH yvH vrH yyy vrH vrH yyy t?H ttti yyt yyy yyyy tf?t yyyy yyyy yyyy ???T ???V Htt y?yy yyyy yyyy fyyy yyyy yy?y yyfy yyyy tfvt yyyy v XX XMXMX Our Aim To become an agency up on which you can place the burden of your problems in the hour of your greatest bereavement "XKKKXKK"XXKKKK , , . . 1 II uJriMU n J. P. STARKS 500 Good Street Dallas . ... . r " FT3 VI . ' . . t w t 1 4AJ jInm.J ,L1Z " f ' ' ' - ' S iV a-i j-1 -rnw'w uftm i W. E. EW1NG Phone Y 1296 Y 6766 j L,a Ba B.&a Eaaia, tnzi 1 MS Our Ambition To so perfect our service that we may adequately meet your most exacting require ments on a basis of mutual satisfaction Most Completely Equipped Funeral Establishment in America Reliability Those whom we have had the pleasure ot serving do not worry about performance when we are con sulted in their hour of greatest need. They know and their experience has probably told them, too that the Peoples Undertaking Company mea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 5 March 1921

rAc.n potTi TIIR DALLAS EXPRESS. iIttpstw x y MEMBER NATIONAL NEGR-J PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Knturday mornln, lo the year at 2600 Kwll Avenue , bv THE DAI.I.A KM'ltRSI rtllLISIIIXO (OMI'AN V. -.' (Incorporated) Dallas, Texan. Krvr York Olllor, ! and Fral IX N. 2lh Nlrrfl. CM Oltice, Kro and Frost, Iloy- C JUlll2ing. Allnnin oinve, r'rast and Fraat, Caa dlrr lliillilhii. Nashville omt Front and Front, Ia dependent Llf JJulldlnx. , .. , subscriptions is adyakce. One Year. -...$3.00 Six Months . 1.60 Three MonthB........... 1.00 Single Copy .10 NOTICID TO TUB PUBLIC. Any erroneous reflection upon the character, Minding or reputation of any person, Ann or corporation .which may appear in the column of The Lallaa Express will be gladly cor rected upoy Its being brmmht .o tbe attention of the publishers. Entered at Post Office , at Dallas. Texas, an second-class matter, under Act o' Congress. March, 1S75. " IMroIlTAKT. No suhcriptions mailed for a period less thnn three "'""tha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 5 March 1921

-iM1. mm ' n i . . . THE Al 1A& 1 XI'F.gSS, PAtlAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH S, tOUt. I'AHR FITS. KILLS SELF ABOUT WOMAN. COLORED ! C JRED HIS RHEUMATISM! ' W?r iMIMHM V Vv ...'-1 ,-i WW TEXAS TOWNS NOTES' OF THE MOCKH aIIGK M'HOOi. A.NJ) XlTtUAKY SO C'JETY.V Wai-o, TcaB, March 3. Tho pupils of Moore H-.i'i School have completed . theV irUd-tt : A) examination and work in rnx in jrogrcss ou the aext half of tho lvxij term. The f .rst nilil tena gi'utt;iutiii? class in the 1 istory of the school liold its 'graduating ex ercises, Feb. 18. On account of tin1 (inclement wcatl t i the itttendiiiico was somewhat smaller than it would havo 'aem otherwise., r.u. toe pro tvrim i was very nicely rendered. M"BS lXvi Boreal arid MijH tt-jy Cnr ti'ij weii tho honor students. Music for ; the occasion wan ' tunnnued by the . high school oich.eH.ra. Tie Senior's annual '.Utnquet was g'ven at the home oi . JSIits Amelia Oscar t on Feb. 16. Tna. evening was pleasai Uy soent. Mrs. IUcile Kandle f,av...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 5 March 1921

TAfrR SIX. THE PALLAS EXPRESS, PALLAS, TEXAS, RATURDAY, MARCH 5, 1021, TJELGOHE 11BB0ESS TO THE A. .M.E. BISHOPS. Delivered by non. viFi n ncooFiALo, ph. d. CF FCRT WORTH, TEXAS (By R. S. JENKINS) fELLOW CHRISTIANS. MKN AND WOMEN: I would be less thua human if I did not feel keenly the high dis tinction shown me by Doctor Ab Inr.toa and his associates In deslg aatlng me to welcome upon behalf ' of all citizens of Texas, the A. M. K. Wallop' Council leagallzcd for the greatest Christian Church organ teaUon with centralized power amons; Colored people .on Earth. This is a time that tries men's souls. It is a time when civil gov ernments as well as ecclesiastical are being tried by the acid test of the axes and the Christian profession ftaetf Is exposed and thrown under he white lights of eternal truth. Amidst &:1 this confusion, hate and chaos It 'Is fitting that the great leads of African Methodism meet 'mni take Council together. The rood people of Texas are so closely anted wit...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 5 March 1921

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1921. PAGE SETK3L FORT WORTH. Port Worth, Texas, March 3. The Dramatic Art and Musical Club of Allen Chapel will make their 1st appearance next Sunday In Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church, between the hours of 6 and 7:30 P. M. They, have a great musical program. Mrs. E. J. V. Guinn, Is the musical dl-l rectress. Come and hear them, the best talent of the city will be on the boards In this great event and ' there will be music, that you never heard before. THE PORT WORTH FEDERATED MISSIONARY SOCIETY HOLDS MONTHLY MEETING v IN ST. JAMES BAPTIST CHVRCH. Corner E. Second and Harding Sts. Monday, Feb. 28, 192 . the won derful organization known as the Women's Federated Missionary So ciety held their usual all day meet ting. Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Winn, with the St. James Home Missionary So ciety entertaining. Mrs. S. H. Fow ler, president, presiding, Mrs. M. E. Thompson, vice-president, Mrs. G. R. Townsend, Secretary, Mrs. Nelson Young, treas...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 5 March 1921

V"' THK DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS. BATUItDAY, MARCH g, 1921. YILVET DROWN PREPAR ARATIONS Psw SKIN and HAItt are the re alt of years of ewtterlinent and study by me. The fact that I am a graduate In Medicine and Dentistry is a GUARANTEE that the best drugs, properly combined, are sued in my prep are; ions- In loss than a year on the mar ket these goods have followed this Express ad into thousands of homes and made good. THE CREAM positively BLEACHES; removes every blcm iuh, holds any powder perfectly ail day and keeps the skin soft and tender as a spring violet. alr ruined by nature or harm ful preparation respond readily tt my UKOWKR. The VUEHHINO Oil. (Ives a fins gloss and 1 early smokeless. UbE those preparations and you will catch this smile. Tehet llrowa Faoe Cream $1.10 Tetyet Iirown Hair (.rower J2 Yelwet Iirown Tresslntr Oil JS Velvet Iirown Temple Grower .26 Agents wanted. Liberal comnJs atkm. Informatiou given and or alcra filled by CI FRANK J. HAWKINS, nr. d, o. j. 8...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 12 March 1921

J? GCGD3IK LIBRARIAN mil vr K&ros .12 aj . ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE A CHAMPION OF JUSTICE A MESSENGER OF HOPE AW 1 1 - Founded by w. e. King. The Republican Party Is The Ship, All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. . per ankcm t3.oo. -r- ; : YOL. XXVIII, NO. 23. THK DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1020. , PRICE TEJJ CENTS. . . .. 2 . . .. . . . . . . IH i m ii -I,,-, - ,. .,,. , ii i i -., i.i I N.A.A.CP. OPENS QUARTER OF MILLION NEW MEMBERS. Lays Out Program For Work of 1921. Energy to be Di rected Against Lynching. Country is Divided and Or ganized For Thorough Can vass For Members. Slogan: A Quarter of a Million, A Force that cannot be Ignored. New York. N. T., March 10. The National Association for the Advance ment of. Colored People. 70 Fifth Ave nue, New York, today announced the opening of it drive for a quarter of a million members, the greatest mass ing of Colored people and their white friends against discrimination ever seen in the Uni...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 12 March 1921

THE DAIXAB EAPKKSfl, DAIXAH. TEXAS, SATITIDAY, MAIiCH 12, 1920. PAGE TWO. Some Texas Sheman, March 10. See the "Green Eyed Monster," March 30 at Jonas' Tbentre. Triple Tide Court No. 174 I resented their Recorder of Accounts, M:s6 Claudia W. Johnson, a beautiful gold bar pin for her excellen tiervice and time rendered to the court. They also executod a program In her honor. Mrs. Kftle Artelterry Is 111. Mr. Jag. Franklin, Sr. hag returned from aev eral months stay la Ballenger where he as been working for Texan Com press Company. Mrs.. Ixsna Sadler recently had added to her rozy home, 426 So. FVst Street, two new rooms. The reporter Is now In receipt of letter, from Mr. S. B. Curry, who formerly Hved here but now lives In Watts, California. He Is doing fine and likes there. He spent the month of December In Old Mexico. He wrttcs that Mexicans welcome our people to come to Mexico In which good many are living there. Mr. Lafayette Kldd, one of the leading young men, now of Los Angeles...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 12 March 1921

-4--- THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1920. pagb rrmrcra 1 INAUGURAL NOTES. HARDING SPEECH PLEASES. (Special to Express) (Uy A. N. P.) Washington, D. C, March 10.' President Warren O. Harding. It Is becoming natural, and sounds good. There is something In the feeling that there Is now In the White House a President of all the people. The spir it is manifested In the activities al ready started in behalf of the "New Kra" so earnestly referred to In the that "he means what he says." Those gathered here from the four corners of the country for the pur- pune 01 geiiing a "close UD or the new administration ano leaving forpart in the discussions. They were their various homes wl(h a belief that , addressed bv H. I.. Johnson. Charles better days In every way are at hand. There Is one outstanding feature in the sentiment of tho people who are in the city. It Is a condition agreed to by the leaders from various parts j of the country. Thut outstanding feature Is the u...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 12 March 1921

TIIR DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, BATTRDAY, MARCH 12, 1920. PM POCR TIIE DALLAS EXPKKiv. MI.MREK row m MEMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday mornln, 1n the year at 2fiOU Bvi Avenue bv THE DAI. I, A KM'IIKSH rt'HLIsHIWCI (Incorporated) Dallas, Texas. New York oniee, rial Vnmi 12 N. 261 Hlrl. Chimes O0l-e, rroxt i "rMil. Mf ee lluildinic. - Atlnntn itHirr, r rot anil Kroat, Caa alrr ItHllilinK. , . Nashville oflle Frost and Kroat, la arncBdrnt Life llulldlaa;. SUBSCBIPTIOSS IK ADYAIfCE. Cue Year...- . $S."0 fcix Months.... 1-60 Three Months 1.00 Single Copy . .10 KOTICH TO TIIM FUIILIC. Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing reputation of any person. Ann or corporation which may appear tn the columns of The ' Dallas Express will be gladly cor rected upoj Iti buintr brought to the attention of the publishers. ' Entered at Pout Office at Dallas, Texas, aa second-class milter, under Act o' Congress. March 1873. . IMPORTANT. No aubcnptiona mail...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 12 March 1921

THE DAMiAS EXPRESS. PALLAS, TKXAS. SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1920. PAGE riTtt. SOME 1 TEXAS I TOWNS Crockett, March 10. With the ad vent of spring we Bee 'a the com munity a general awakening in home and church life. Pastor Alexander and members are planning to enter tain the District Conference, Maj 11-15. Pastor C. C. Buford of St. Paul Baptist was at his post full) Imbued to preach the gospel. Pas tor Mallard of the C. M. K. was a his post. The wWo awake wonier by Madam Hogg, V. D. King, M. A Lewis and others push on with faith rolled out $251.49 in the afternoon servlco. Rev. E. A. Mnniers, white, preached from the text, "Faith ii God." He Btirred tho congregation as much as their hearts openel and pocketbooks too. ' Mrs. Ourrii Chan died March &th. She wb-i buried Sunday at 2 p. m. Rev. John Pouncy, North Houston District Missionary began touring the dlstr'ct. He re ports success. Mrs. Walter Bell en tertained at her horn- on Monday, Feb. 28, a honor of the eleventh biithday of h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 12 March 1921

PAfiF srx. TUB DALLAS EXPRESS, &A1XA8, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1920. 1 til Grand Central Theatre I KLAR & WINTERMAN, 0 !fj Matinee Every Day Starting, 2:30 P. M., Continued to 11:00 P. M. ii I p . JOHN HARRIS, Owner and Manager jj f. . ' - COMING MONDAY, . Qd U , i , j . MARCH 21, 1921. Ill r EVERY SUNDAY - 0 1 I ' . ... f J ii mm, .Ml -U' I i H M iA M kjj yS "Fighting Fate" f ; 1 l! I hi j . ' iii It) I -Featuring' ,-. V,-! Rg I W I WILLIAM DUNCAN t X' ii I ir.-"i s iw-'-i 1 1 I V EVERT "UNDAY, :.!-,A;.V fill ! X "The King of :. V cr'l i: 1 TheCiKus" Il fl - J: "- Featuring EDDIE POLO with trrl Ul --.--l "" CORINNE-PORTER. in 'THE PURPLE RIDERS" I id ' EVERY THURSDAY I ODening Episode of HI 1 I" rr mM1 Charles If 1 lfel - ' Mystery" I ifiSStr 1 I Jr :7i .'SI II .IV.1 """-""6 I II ,W-' PS w i 5 ' ? ''" I Jjj li "J , . - With Josie Sedwick II p ' . i fly Fi Special Feature Attraction I I , TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 16", 1921." :' V ' V4 1 :v ft - ' ' . ;Jf . k '. v ...

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