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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 2 April 1921

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DAM-AS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1921. PAGE THREE '"" " w"' on 1 Grand Central Theatre Matinee Every Day Starting 2:30 P. M., Continued to 11:00 P. M. JOHN HARRIS, Owner and Manager I EVERY SUNDAY "Fighting Fate" Featuring WILLIAM DUNCAN with E0ITH JOHNSON EVERY MONDAY "THE PURPLE RIDERS" Featuring it CLOSING SUNDAY, The King of The Circus" Featuring EDDIE POLO with CORINNE PORTER. Closing Episode Coming Sunday, April 10, RUTH ROLAND In the "AVENGING ARROW" m it EVERY MONDAY "TOM SANTSCHI" In a Two Reel Western, Each One a Feature. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, APRIL 1 AND 2. "THE BLUE MOON" , Featuring Pell Trenton, Elinor Field with an all-star cast. A great drama and more! A great love story and more! A great scenic achievement and more. An entrancing story, full of romance, magic, mystery and real humans. SPECIAL FEATURE ATTRACTION TUES. AND WED., APRIL 5 AND 6, 1921. "WHOM THE GODS WOULD DESTROY" A romance of a love story that endured Hell to find Happiness. The bew...

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. — 2 April 1921

TUB DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, 8ATTODAY, APRIL 2, 192J. THE DALLAS CXI'KESS. ftpst w E6V1C . MEMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRES3 ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday mornln, n the year it 2i!00 Swiss Avenue bv THE DALLAS KIPRRM rL'HLlSlll Jf O COMfAhV. (Incorporated) Dallas, Texas. Xrw York DDIre, r'rast Bad T,r It N. 2b IMr.et. Cfclraaro OBtcc, Frost and Kraut, liar r Mullrflast. Atlanln Olllee, Fraat aad Praat, Can dler Ilnlidlnu. Nashville OHIrr Praat aad Praat, la dracaarat Lla Building. suBSCEirnoss nr adtaitce. One Year..... ......$ 3.00 Six Months..................... 1.60 Three) Months..... 1.00 Single Copy - .10 WOT1CK TO TUB PUBLIC. Any erroneoua reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any person, (Inn or corporation which may appear in the column of The Dallas Express wlH be gladly cor rected upov Its being brought to the attention of the publishers. Entered at Poat Office at Dallaa, Texaa, aa second-class matter, u tiler Act of Consrress. March 1873. IMPORT...

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. — 2 April 1921

THE BAIJiAH KXI'RKSS, PAMPAS. TKXAS, SATlltPAV. APRII; 2, 1921. PAGE FIVE) SOME H'-H'M' the K. of P's. and Calanthe met at tho Bethlehem Baptist Church for their annual sermon. Kev. Burton preached the sermon. Music was fur nished hy the Bethlehem choir. Rev. TEXAS TOWNS .. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . ... ... ........ .. . . . TTTTTtTTTTTTTTTTTT Temple, March 31. After hav'.ni; undergo an operation. This accounts undergone a serious operation a few for the Express being irregular, but days ago, Mrs. Mary Downing, wife! we hope to 'in tho future furnish of Paul Downing of So. 11th Street, I you with this good papei; each week, passed away Wednesday evening i You will find same at Peoples' Drug March 23rd, which was a great shock j Store and Savoy Cafe. Mrs. Minnie to the cittizons of Temple, as well as j Hunt of Kerens, Texas, w as here, to her husband, and Immediate fain-1 Mr. and Mrs. Sambo Coleman went lly. Funeral services were held from 'to Kerens this week. Rev. T. Thom the f...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 2 April 1921

THK PALM'S EXPRESS. PALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1921. K. of P. ANNUAL SERMON 1 I 31 V f I FV. I I n i i n tr irna v i v THOU84XD8 HEARD THE ft It K AT PVTHIAX SEUMOX KKIlVKIiKIt , HX SIK REV. K. S. JENKLVS, 1. I, LI- I, IX THE Al IUTOJKUM OF PYTHIAN TEMPLE II I . UHEKS WKBK TURNED AWAY. Dallas, Texas, March 31, 1921. HOCTH'8 FINEST COLORED SHOW A PliAY HOUSE FOR THK ENTIRE FAMILY COURTESY comfort QUALITY m a jSUNDAY WILLIAM S. HART in a rip-snorting good picture, brira full of action "WOLF LOWRY" ft ' MONDAY "THE LION MAN" Here's (he melodramatic sensation of the decade produced on a BCaiv Ul uiiliiviiiucuicu iHUftiiiLuuc mow n h "THE TRIGGER TRAIL" Ml with JACK PERR1N H 9 ft A3 n in TUESDAY- "THE FATAL HOUR" with all-slur. caHt, A colossal photo spectacle also ANTOXIO MORENO In "THE INVISIBLE HAND" WEDNESDAY TOM MIX in "THE DAYS OF DARING" A feature attraction of action, punch and thrills al "PHANTOM FOE" with WARNER OIILA.M) THURSDAY JOE RYAN In "HIDDEN DANGERS" A serial wit...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 2 April 1921

THE DALLAS EXI'RKSS, PLI,AS. TKXAS. SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1031. PAGE SEVEN. FORT WORTH. Stylo Show, Church vts. Parties and Other Intm-sMiiK News. BASE BALL X FROM THE ('AMI' OF WIUTAKEK. Fort Worth, Texas, March 31, 1921. Read not books alone, but men, and amongst them chiefly thyself If thou Jind anything questionable there, use the commentary of a se vere friend, rather than the glass of a sweet lipped fllatterer; there is more profit in a distasteful truth than in deceitful sweetness. Read more, think more, act more by vis iting the news stand at Temple Drug Store. We handle all the news, ai the time. Mr. P. J. Texada, formerly of this city but now of Chicago, is in the city to the delght of his many friends. Mrs. Mclntyre, 1103 E. 1st St., hac as her guest her sister, Mrs. Ella Chase of Athens, Texas. Mr. M. T. Blanton. Advertising Manager of the Hornet, and Mr. Ixje Hampton visited Dallas, Wednesday on business. Mmes. M. Yarborough of Ennis, and L. Young of Marshall, were vis ito...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 2 April 1921

Mn KIGflT THE PALLAS .EXPRESS, PAMPAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1021. VELVET BROWN PREPAR ARATIONS For SKIN and HAIR are the re sult of years of experiment and study by me' The fact that I am a graduate in Medicine and Dentistry is a O UARANTEE that tbe best drugs, properly combined, are sued in my prep arations. In less than a year on the mar ket these goods have followed this Express ad Into thousaids of homes and made good. THE CREAM positively BLEACHES; removes every blem ish, holds any powder perfectly a-ii duy and keeps the skin soft and tender as a spring .violet. Hair ruined by nature or harm ful preparation rrxponria r"1lly to my GIIOWKR. The PRKHH1NQ OIIj givra a fine gloaa and la nearly amokeleas. HUG! then preparation and you will catch thin anilln. Velvet Itrown Face Cream $1.10 Velvet itrown Hair (.rower .52 Velvet Itrown ITchkIikt OH -V-' Velvet Itrown Temple Grower .26 Agents wanted. Liberal comn.ls s4on. Information given and or ders filled by DR. FRANK J. HAWKINS,...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 9 April 1921

v :rr it A CHAMPION OF JUSTICE A MESSENGER OF HOPE ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE Founded by W. E. King The Republican Party Is The Ship, All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. FEB ANNUM $8.00. PRICE TEN CENTS. VOJ-. XXV11I, No. S7. TIIK DALLAS KXPKKSS, DALLAS, TUX AS, SATIHDAY, Al'KIL 0, 1921. n JL SSffiL'AairaJIR WITNESS FOUND - - ance Investigation. Negro ex-Service Men Claim Officials Practiced Much Discrimination. (By A. N. P.) Washington, April 7. Stnrtting In formal inn will bp revealed In the War Itlsk Investigation nskcd for by Pres ident Harding. General Charles G. Dawes, of Chicago, heads the Com mission, and Assistant Secretary of the Navy Hoosevclt Is one of the members. The Commission If now sit ting In Washington, and during its sessions It will be disclosed that Ne gro sellers In that department, under the Wilson admlnlKtratlon suffered shameful and unbelievable treatment. One of the former officers who ser ved in the War Itlsk department. Lieut J. Williams C...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 9 April 1921

,A1 "lhMLi. THE PALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TKXAS. SATURDAY. APRIL 0, 1021. PAGE TWO. '5 1 I'v I f:V v - S V Texas Towns San Angelo, April 7. Fpr some time I have been silent on account of non-Interest of the people that 1 am a member of, as to race' pride, the record shows that there are sev eral hundred Colored people In this place, some of whom are well versed, but not on the line of racial Hnes. (1) For four months I have tiled hard to Increase the readers of the Express, but have failed so far. .1 have been compelled to reduce the ordar of the Express to -20 copies per month. There was at one time an easy task to handle 80 copies, when there Is not the number as we have now, the quest'ion presents Itself to me: Are we builders and ' howT One has well said. "Bhow me a reading man, and I will show you a doing one.'' With five churches and pastors, and a host of members following him, our capacity of thinking along these lines should 'increase. (2) We have one physician and we claim t...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 9 April 1921

I? IIMTIM WM THE DALLAS KXI'RESM, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, Al'RIL 9, 1921. PAGE THREE Grand Central Theatre Matinee Every Day Starting 2:30 P. M., Continued to 11:00 P. JOHN HARRIS, Owner and Manager M. 1 EVERY SUNDAY "Fighting Fate" Featuring WILLIAM DUNCAN with EDITH JOHNSON EVERY SUNDAY, ROTH ROLAND In the "AVENGING ARROW" EVERY MONDAY TOM SANTSCHI In a Two Reel Western, Each One a Feature. FRI. AND SAT., APRIL 8, 9, 1921. "THE HANDICAP" A red-blooded story of the turf. A story filled with pep, action and thrills. A love story that pulsates the heart throbs, sensational racing scenes that hypno tize. Featuring the Peerless Screen Comedienne, Violet Hopson with Stewart Home. SPECIAL FEATURE ATTRACTION TUES. AND WED., APRIL 12, 13, 1921. "LOYAL HEARTS" i Featuring SYDNEY P. DONES and a cast of Col ored players. In a gripping, exciting and thrilling 5 reel drama. Tronounced by the greatest critics of the moving picture world, as the greatest Colored picture ever made. Be sure to see...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 9 April 1921

PAGB FOtm THE DALLAS K.Yl'RKSS, DALLAS, TKA'AS, SATUtDAY. AI'RIL 0, 1021. THE DALLAS EXPRESS. MEMBER QF mm FIFST IN ERVIC MtMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday rnornln. im the year at 2600 Swiss Avenue bv THE DAI.I.AH KPIIK!I rlUMSHI.i (Incorporated) Dallas, Texan. New York OIHrr, Front anil From 12 N. 281 h Mrrrt. Chlmir O litre, Front and Front, lloy ca llulldlnu. Atlanta time. Front aad Frot, Can dler ll.ill.ll.. Nashville OInW Fro.t and Krot, In dependent l.l'e llullillnu. PEONAGE. 1 SCBSCRIPTIOSS 15 ADVANCE. One Year $3.00 Six Months 1.60 Three Months. '1.00 Single Copy .f . . .10 NOTICB TO TIIK PU1IMC. Any erroneous reflection upon the character. Handing " reputation of any person. Arm or corporation which may appear In the columns of Thu Pallas Expre will he gladly cor rected upou Its brtnir brought to the attention of the publishers. Entered at Pout Office at Pnllan, Texas, ns seoond-rlns nnlter, under Act n' Conarena. March 187D. IMPOIITANT. No a...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 9 April 1921

THK DALLAS KXPISUSS, DALLAS, TKXAS, S A l'l"KIAY, APIUL 0, HW1. PAGE FIVB ' ? ' SOME 1 TEXAS j TOWNS j Culvert, April 7. Mrs. R. Scott was called to Kort Worth Wednesday on neeount of the death of her niece, Mrs- ISetrice Jefferson. Mrs. J. li. Uayner returned home Tuesday after spending a few months in Ahilene. Uev. 11. H. l'oohle preaehed an ex rcllcnt .sermon Sunday at St. Janus A. M. K. Church. The Sunday School Children of St. James A. M. h. Church had quite a nice picnic Wednesday at Maxwell Park. Mr. 11. C. Johnson and wife, of Martin are in the 'guest of their sister. Park. Mrs. Knmia Ross left sicana and Waxahachlo the cii Mrs. H. for On to vsit friends and relatives. Mr. Jas. is hack from Waco where he Hoss went ; to attend the Hoyal Arch Chapter, .Mr. and Mrs. O. II. Thomas arc up after quite a hard attack of malaria, j Mr. Nathan Drennam is remodeling i his house. Miss Pearl1 Points clos-1 ed her school Friday, after a tern, of six months. Mrs. M. P. Gray closed her scho...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 9 April 1921

i-hk nix. THK PA I.I-AH EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY. APRIL 0, 1021. Official Texas Colored League Schedule For 1921 O BASE BLAL O id.. ' I r Y: AND STAC.E ALL ..SET FOR GIANTS' 8PKIX0 OPEMNG WACO KAY NiATORS TO ItK OPENING AT TRACTION. Local Sqnad Down to FliThtlng Trim . Ai Looks Good on Paper. Sunday afternoon April 10, Knights of the diamond of Dallas and Waco will Assemble at marine field or Gas ton -'Park, In the first of a spring series classic. The battle will be pitched at 3:00 p. m. and will be under command of Field Marshal, Kmmett Taylor, who; will marshal the forces of the home- Una and the opposition "sabled vet- erans with service colors flying;" youthful youngsters with the tender ness of years streaming down their cheeks will be seen on the Btage ot action in this conflict. The coming event will furnish much food for speculation among lo cal fans, as this performance will give Dallas bugs their first glance of seeing the new Clan of Wnltaker in action. The Dalla...

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. — 9 April 1921

Tin? PAIXAS KXTRKSS, PAIXAS, TKXAS. SATURDAY, APRHi , 1021. PACE SKTEX. FORT WORTH. Fort Worth, Texas, April 7, VX21. No man can read with profit that which he cannot learn to read with pleasure. If 1 do (something; which DALLAS DISTRICT KOTKS. E. R. S. Jenkins, P. Our visit to Lewisville was pleas ant and profitable. Held the Quar terly Conference in llethel A. M. K. i Church nt 4:o0 p. m. Saturday. ThtU Officers from Illcknrv nnrl Hothol iik- not lind in a pock I sembled with full reports for euch 1 am looking lor, rtenartrnent of the eimreliea nf the or am ready to receive, then the . circuit. The pastor. Rev. J. U. Ed hook is no book lor me, however kiss, ,nd not niateralize. hut each or iniKii it may be lor another man. I tlio 31 riiscinliiiiirv munitions were Temple answered In full. We had hoped in vain to see the nastor Sundav In "thjthe quarterly meeting, but for some unknown cause did not show up. We had a great nieefjng: preached at noon; one convert added to the church, ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 9 April 1921

P(1K EIGHT THK DALLAS KXI'KKSS, DALLAS, TKSAS, SATtKDAV. APRIL 0, 1921. n f I il m I l it VEVET BROWN PREPAR ATIONS For SKIN and HAIR are the re sult of years of experiment and tudy by me. The fact that I am a graduate In Medicine and Xentitry is a 0 VA RANT E1C that the bct drugs, properly co m b 1 n e d, are eued in my prep arations. In Ichr 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 blem ish, holds any powder perfectly Ml day and keeps the skin soft and tender as a spring violet. Hair ruined by nature or harm ful preparations reapondu readily to my UKOWKK. The I-'RKMHINU OIL Riven a fine lo and I nearly 8mokelona. UKU those preparation and you will catch thla smile. Telvet Itrown Kh Oram $1.10 Velvet Itrown Hulr (Jrower J&i TeWet Itrown I'restdnir Oil J12 TeNet Hrown Temple (irower .20 Agents wanted. Liberal eomn.ln ion. Information given and or ders filled by DR. FRA...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 16 April 1921

.'I . ' 3 t wJSS1 ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE Founded by w. e. King The Republican Party Is The Ship, All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. rial AnxtM $8.00. VOL. .VXVIU. NO. 28." 7 ' : THE DALLAS EXI'KESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APIUL 16, 1921. ' PRICM TEX CENTS. ALABAMA REPRESENTATIVE-SAYS PROPOSED EQUAL CONSTITUTIONAL Attacks Senator Penrose For Promising Support to Bill in the Pennsylvania Legislature Against Discrimination. Washington. April 14. Representa tive John R. Tyson of Alabama, a for mer Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of that State. Joined today In protests against Senator Penrose- dec laration for Negro equality and ltd en forcement In Pennsylvania hy a crim inal code. Southern newspapers have been filled with editorials attacking Mr. Penrose's position. Mr. Tenrnse asserted that Negroes should be accorded "In hotels, cafes, restaurants, educational Institutions and amusements ho same rights and privileges as whites." and these rtirhts should be seur...

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. — 16 April 1921

PAfiF TWO. THE DALIES EXPRESS, DAI.US, TEXAS, 8ATTOIMY, APRIL 16, 1021. Texas Towns Center, April ly. Hon. W. B. Weatherford, the State Grand Master of the Mosluc Lodge met the lorlKe Monday eveniwr and lectured Mon day night at irlKht Morning Star BaptiBtt Church. Bro. Weatherford said many yd things (or tre benefit of the Colored Race of Center ant at large. K'- T. A. Anion returned on the Sl .-from Palestine, Texas; re .. port) d ,Ars. Amos doing nicely, who in ovor there under treatment of a doctor. Pfof. C. H. Thomas of Hous Ma was a visitor last week, meetlnx his many friends and relatives. M'iss Beulah Reagor and a number or others went to Duff to the school picnic and reported a splendid trip. Her. C. C. Clark returned to Center accompanied by tils wife, who was a visitor a Bright Morning Star Bap tist Church Sunday at noon. The pastor. Rev. U. K. Stlinson, preached from Gen. 6-5; outlines of his sub ject was: "Known Sin." Two sinful accessions. At night he preached from Joh...

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. — 16 April 1921

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS. SATURDAY. APRIL 16, 1021. 'T'AvtK Tintfrra w.-w.'v.iriii? wti- ;-T7 :J.TI.. li .. - . , . - , M . sa a 1 Grand Central Theatre Matinee Every Day Starting 2:30 P. M., Continued to 11:00 P. M. JOHN HARRIS, Owner and Manager EVERY SUNDAY "Fighting Fate Featuring WILLIAM DUNCAN with EDITH JOHNSON EVERY SUNDAY, ROTH ROLAND In the "AVENGING ARROW EVERY MONDAY THE PURPLE RIDERS" 14 Special Feature Attraction Tues. and Wed, April 19-20, Mr. George Arliss in "THE DEVIL" JOE RYAN 1V ! gin that federal antl-lynchtng legis lation, Congressional Investigation of the American Occupation In Haiti and a Congressional Invcstlatlon of dis rranchlsoment in the, South be Includ ed in the President's first message to Congress. Mr. Johnson nlso urged on behalf of the Association that the other points he taken up and action taken on them by the President. Mr. Johnson reports that his Interview with the President was very satisfac tory. The specific points discussed were:...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 16 April 1921

PAGH POViB THK JIAI.IiVn KAl'IlfAS, 1MI.Ij.1N, IK.1AN, MllKII.W, AI'Hlli JO, 1UX1. T!iE DALLAS EXPRESS, CKV1C MLMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday mornln. In the year at 2G00 Swiss Avenuo bv THE DALLAS rl'llLISIMNO COMPANY. (Incorporated) Dallas, Texan. Xrw York Office, Front and Kraut 12 N. 301k Mtrrrt. Chlrnaa Ollloe, Frost and Front, lloy e lli.lltllarr. At Innln Office, Frost and Front, Can dlrr llnilillnu. Nashville Office Front and Front, In drpendrat I. tie llulldlag. 8UBSCBITTI0XS W 1DYAKCE. One Year . '. 13.00 Six Months........... 1.60 Three Months.... ..... 1,00 Single Copy .10 NOTICK TO THIS PUBLIC. Any erroneous reflection upon the Character, ttundlng or reputation of any person, Arm or corporation which may appear In the column" of Tha Dallas Express will be gladly cor rected upou Its bol nit brought to the attention of the publisher!. Entered at Post Office at Dallas, Texas, as second-clan matter, undei Act of Conaress. March 1879. IMPOBTA...

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. — 16 April 1921

1 THE DALLAS KXPRKSS. DAliLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY. APRIL 16, 1021. PACTE FTVifi rTTTTTTTTTTTT SOME I TEXAS I TOWNS Cameron, April 14 Hoary ra'ins and cold waves visiter our section Inst week. Pastor P. II. Humber is back in tlie city after a months vacation given him by his church. He takes tnis n-ctiiod of thanking the MieinKrs of Cameron Grove and the country nt large for their co-operation villi Bro. 0. K. Parker anrt Urother Geo. W. Sledge is makinis the entertain ment of Dr. A. H. ltoyd a success. Hon. George Sleeluc was .Master o:' Ceremonies. Dr. Boyd delivered onc ot' the most profound lectures that has ever been delivered here. The program rendered was an excellent one. Ilcv. J. H. Norris has a splen did choir at Yarrelton. Kcv. J. W. Williams attended Board meeting at Rockdale last. week. Mrs. C. A. Thomas was called to Winchester ) last week to attend the funeral of Mrs. Grayson. Rev. J. H. Hughes of Bethel A. M. K., has a working mem bership. Miss K. Winibish invite the Cam...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 16 April 1921

rmK MY. THE DALLAS KXrilKMS, PALLAS, TEXAS, SATIRI1AV, WWW, 16, 1021. n E It T A i V O i fir 11LACK GIANTS TRIM NAV8 IN OrKXKB. FlrsTt F.xhlbitlon Unme of the Sea H I'roven a Farce. Score 1ft to l.iflteuben J"e """"e Kun i rminrr. MuhIc ua Ilrhliaat Feature of tlie Occasion By hammering the pple every coiner of the lot in ine ,,nttbled here of the "celebrate the Dallas Black Glanti to U wa. obVerved early In the game each department. A a ma"er . . ,.SSS , . Tabhlt '.n wM.tHg time." Having U"""1'". 4 pvor were not In default of Pitcher Haves as a large contribution of "rror" by Vs team mate, aided nut terlally in hiB undoing. Hector, the local starter was cool and conserved throughout the entire three inings he worked. By the fruits of his well performed labor the visitors were given oniy io hits and no runs. Jackson who worked the major portion of the frame for the visitors was for three inings invincible against the Giants' heavy artillery having held them scoreless for three Ining...

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