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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 16 April 1921

THE DAMjAS EXPRESS, DAIXAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AI'RU, 1, 1921, TACT. 8F.VE2T. i t FORT IVORTII. .Fort Worth, Texas, April 14, 1921. When In re.ading we meet with any maxim that may be of use, we should take it for our own, and make an immediate application of it, as we would of "the advice of . a friend whom we havo' purposely con sulted. Miss Lora D. Roe of Sherman, Texas, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. K .V. Moore, 023 Luella Street. Mrs. I F. Ford of Arizona is vis iting her sister, Mrs. Booker, Elm street. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jas. I. Jack son, 1016 E. Terrell avenue, Sunday April 10, a fine e'lrl. Mother and baby doing fine. After a short spell of sickness, Little Miss Pauline Burleigh, 1628 Chambers Avenue is fast, recovering. At this writin.g Mr. Tom Moore, 1110 10. 3rd Street 'is very, very sick. Please bring, write, phone or send all news to the Temple Drug Store. We handle all kinds of literature, (live us a trial. Mrs. William Kirkman. 122!) E. Hattie Street is very sick ...

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. — 16 April 1921

"5 fAOH KIOHT THE DALLAS EX1RKSH, DALLAS, TKXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1921. A. 8 ! .-1 'k t I t l n VEVET BROWN PREPAR ARATIONS For SKIN and HAIR are the re sult of years of experiment and study by me. The fact that I m a graduate In Medicine and Dentistry la a O UARANTEE that the best drugs, properly combined, are 'sued In my prep- ations. in less than a year on the mar these goods "have followed this 1 press ad into thousands of ' neg and made good. (THE CREAM positively BLEACHES; removes every blem Jah, holds any powder perfectly 41 day and keeps the skin soft and tender as a spring violet. Hair ruined by nature or harm ful preparation responds readily to my GROWER. The PRKHMINO Oil, give a fine jlo and la nearly smokeless. IJctB these preparations and you will catch thla smile. Telvet llrwwn Faoe (Team $1.10 Telvet Itronn Hair Grower Ji2 Telvet Itrown Prewiliiir Oil Ji Tel vet Brown Temple Grower .26 Agents wanted. Liberal comn.ls sion. Information given and or ders filled by DX ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 23 April 1921

I ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE Founded by W. B. King VOL. A.W III. NO. iiU. GOVERNOR DORSEY IN NEW YORK SAYS PEOPLE OF GEORGIA DEPLORE HAPPENINGS IN WILLAMS' FARM. STATE OFFERS REWARD OF $500 FOR SONS OF CONDEMNED PLANTER WHO HAVE RED FROM THE STATE. New York, N. Y., April 21. Gover nor Hugh M. Horsey of Georgia, who arrived In New York Sunday night, discussed with newspaper men the case of John S. Williams, Georgia plantation owner, convicted of the murder of one of eleven Negroes whose bodies were found on his Jasper County farm. The verdict of the Jury finding Williams guilty, with a recommenda tion of mercy, thus automatically sen tencing him to life imprisonment, met with widespread disapproval through out the state, according to the Gover nor. The people were of the opin ion, he said, that If Williams were guilty he should be hanged. There Is still a possibility that the extreme penalty may be Invoked In the case of Williams, he said. "There are as good people In ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 23 April 1921

PAGE TWO. THE DALLAS EXPRKSS, DALLAS, TEXAS. SATlimAY. APRIL 23, 1921. Texas Towns Mineral Wells, April 21. Hev. N. T- Talley and bis members are pre paring to tear down and rebuild their church. S. 8. is still growing. Services at Bethel were good Sun day night; five additions to the church. There will be no more school here after iFriday, April 22nd unless the necessary means are rais ed between now and the 22nd. Now to the parents and the public: This amount is 1250.00. It can be rained by them and we as parents and the citizens Bhould raise this money at once. The rally at the A. M- E. Church of which Hev. A. John hod is P. C. was a success. Prof. J. 8. Sutton of the Second Baptist Church preached for Rev. Johnson at 3:30 p. m. and the spirit ran hlth. The following churches donated: First Baptist, $40.00; Second .Baptist, 32.- 05; C. M. K, Church 20.02; Total raised $249.63. Mrs. Maggie Mc Craney has' just returned from polnti in Mississippi and Louisiana where she has been vis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 23 April 1921

TIIE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 23, lim. PACK THREW w v Z " ; ,. STATIiJlLXT 0! .Some of (he 31st ltcrcnt Death Claim I'aid liy I lie Lxct'lsitir Mutual Jli'iiclil Association. Miss Imogene Marshall, Juliette . . A A A ... A A . . . .. . .... A A TTTTTTTtTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTtTTTTTTtTT in XXX XXX XXX 44 44 4 XXX XXX 44 4T4 44 XXX 44 44 44 XXX ??? tvt ??? tf? yr? ??? T?T tit frf ??? ??? ??? ?v? ??? ??? ft? ??? ??? ??? ??? ??? 44 44 44 XXX 44 44 44 XXX 4 yyV XXX ' ' XXX XXX ft? ft? : WATCH T? THIS SPACE ----- mm Wmr-- yyv XXX XXX f f ' H 1 ftf ftf vtt tff tff 44 44 44 XXX XXX A A A A A V: y A A y j y A A A 4 A A XXX ffy tff yff tf 444 44 XXX ftf ffy tf yfy yff .. .. .. Keep Your Eye Peeled For a Big Surprise. : a t t AAA vvv ; ? ". NEWS OF TIIE NATIONAL ASSOCIA TION KIIH TIIR ADVANCEMENT OF COLOHED I'KOPI.K. Five Points on the N. A. A. C. P. April 15, 1921. 1. l.psr than 64 cents. The total budcet covering the work of the National Association for the .Advancement of Colo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 23 April 1921

FAGB FOIR THE DALLAS EXPRESS. MLWWUt '1 i)F XXliVlCi MEMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday mornln. Id the year at 21.00 Swln Avenue bv THE DALLAS KII'HKM ri'lll.ISlllxa COMPANY. (Incorporated) Pallas. Texas. New York Ollloe, I 'ram ana Fran VI N. S6tk Htnrt. Chlrnico OUIce, Frail ana Front, Hoy a llullillnu. Atlnaln OHlce, front aid Front, Ca dlrr linlliltiiit. Nanbvlllr timer Front and Front, la drpradrat Life UiilldlnK. 8CR8CREPTI0NS IS ADYA5CE. One Tear. . $3.00 Six Month! . . 1-60 Three Months 1.00 Single Copy . .10 notick to tiik riiii-ic. Any erroneous reflection upon th character. Handing reputation ot any person, firm or corporation which may appear In the column" of Th Dala Express will be Kladly cor rected upou Its being brought to the attention of the publishers. Entered at Toat Offloe at Pallas, Texas, a second-class matter, undei Act of Cona-rene. March 1879. IMPORTANT. No mibcripttnn mailed for a period less than three months. Payment for sa...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 23 April 1921

THE DAMAS KXI'RESS, IlALLAS, TEXAS. SATURDAY, APRIIi 23. 1021. PAGE FIVE) SOME I TEXAS i TOWNS Temple, April 21 The Iiev. E. L. Jackson, pastor of Wiley Chapel M. E. Church of San Angelo, came to Temple a few days ago for his health, passed away Monday evening at the home of liwrenee Jackson in East Avenue C. Funeral services were held Thursday evening from the St. James M. E. Church, Rev. M. L. Wyatt, pastor, assisted by others officiated. Interment was made in the New cemetery tli'is city, by J. J. Dawson Undertaking Co. The de ceased Is survived by a wife, one sister, and other relatives. The Paul Quinn College Choral Club of Waco, rendered a splendid program last Monday night at the Eighth Street Baptist Church, under the auspices of the Colored High School. A large audience of white and black were present. Temple ll'i vs. Central Tex as College of Waco played a nice game last Friday evening at the Bon-Ton Park. The College boys were defeated. Scores 7-3. Dr. J. M. Law son one o...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 23 April 1921

n w n 'M 3 ;-3 15 FK SIX. vrr LOCAL CLUB STAGES BIG STREET PARADE Ft Worth Panthers Were the Opening Attraction; Trim vk the Giants to the Tune of 17 to 7 in the Opener; Giants Come Back Strong Sunday, Daniels Hurls in fine Form; Giants Wielded the Wicked Willow. The Texas Colored League Bane Ball race formally opened here Sat urday with Ft. Worth Black Pan thers as guests. The occasion was featured by a street parade at high noon, composing brass band, club official, business men, amusement concerns, fans, players of both clubs all riding In automobiles. The pro cession was headed by two police men, mounted on steeds. The Giants and Panthers were on the flold of battle at 2:15, each going through light practice work. The day was cold and uncomfortable for fans and followers some of whom were snugly housed In their win try furs, while others bore the brunt bare backed. Play was called at 3:30 p. m. Judge A. H. Wells, president of Tex as Colored League pitched the first ball and the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 23 April 1921

THK DALLAS KXPHKSS. DALLAS. TK.YAS. SATfROAY, APRIL 23, 1921. PAGR SEYBH. FORT WORTH. Fort AVorth, Texas, April 21, 1921. When I take up a book 1 have read before, 1 know Just what to ex pect; and the satisfaction Is not lessened by being anticipated, I shake hands with and look the old tired and valuable friend in the face, compare notes and chat the hour away. So 'tis with the literature found on stand at Temple Drug Store when once read, you'll come again. Mrs. Robinson and daughter have returned from Bastrop, Texas, where they were called to attend her sick sister. Mrs. Daisy Reinhart of Kansas City, Mo., sister of Mrs. Josh Arm strong was called to the city to at tend the funeral of her father, who died after a short Illness. Cultivate the habit or reading and read the news found on stand at Temple Drug Store. Johnson Jdiich Wedding Solemnized. An event of wide Interest because ol popularity of both bride and groom the marriage of Miss Ora Johnson to Mr. Frank Melton Jones, whi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 23 April 1921

fAGH NIGHT rzi """ST TUB DALLAS KXI'KKSH, DALLAS, TK.XAS, SATIHDAY, APltIL SiS. lttSI. VELVET BROWN PREPAR ARATIONS Ftor SKIN and HAIR are the re ault of years of experiment and study by me. ' The fact that I am a graduate In Medicine and Dentistry is a , 0 UARANT EE . TV I tnt the best pi?' J drugs, properly I 1 ji ' I combined, tie I 1 i sued 4n mv Dren- V i, i iwm n I aratlons. In less than a year on the mar ket these goods bave followed this Express ad into . thousands of homes and made good. THE CREAM positively BLEACHES; removes every blem ish, holds any powder perfectly il day and keeps the skin soft and tender as a spring violet. air ruined by nature or harm ful preparations responds readily to any GKOVVKR. The PRE88INO OIL give a fins glo and la Dearly smokeless. I SIC these- preparations and you will catch thla .mile. Velvet Jtrown Fnoe (Team f 1.10 Velvet Brown Hair Grower J2 Velvet Iirown PresHlnir OH Velvet Browu Temple Grower .'.'0 Agents wanted. Liberal commis sion. I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 30 April 1921

3 r G00DV71U WBBARXAH - ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE Founded by W. E. King VOL; XXVm. NO. 80. FORMER GOVERNOR SPEAKING AT HAMPTON ANNIVERSARY SAYS "NE GRO WILL NOT TRAVEL FAR TILL HIS CREDIT BECOMES AS GOOD AS THAT OF ANY OTHER MAN" STRIKES AT ALL EXTRA LEGAL AGENCIES. By Wm. Anthony Aery. Hnmpton, Va., April 28. That the Negro In entitled to equal and exact Justice before the law and that the white man miit accord hlin that Jus tice or be false to all Anglo-Saxon traditions was the opinion expressed by the Hon. Thomas W. Pickett, form er governor of North Carolina, in his recent address delivered at the clos ing session of the fifty-third annl vi'isary of Hamilton Institute, over which Principal J. K. Gregg presided. Gov. rnor I'.lckctt said: "Though only fifty-three years old. Hampton Institute has achieved the unique anil noble distinction of be coming at once a fountain and a shiinp. Prom It are constantly flow ing streams that make waste places glad, and from every...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 30 April 1921

VkfiT. TWO. iHE DALLAS KXTIIKSS, PALLAS. TRVAS, SATntDAV, APRIL 80, 1021. PROCLAMATION i Marshall. Texas. March 2fi. 1921. To the Officer and Members of the Grand Lodge, United Brother of Friendship, 81sters of the Mysterious Ten, Knights of Friendship and Ju veniles of Texas Jurisdiction, GREETING: It now becomes our fitting and fralernal privilege, our explicit legal and moral obligation, our specially Inspired duty, to cause to be assembled the brotherhood and sisterhood of our fraternal order throughout the world, united as we should be under one banner and one song. In some cne place of worship and there (five thanks unto the Almighty God for his goodness to us In divers ways, lie has been gracious In spirit and plenteous In mercv. whose provldenclal care lias preserved us from all the Ills and besetments of the past and Is still giving us good things and guiding us in all that Is present, we are here to give thanks that tne resting place of the vanguard of our Order has reache...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 30 April 1921

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 80, 1921. PAGE TIITCEK The Eagle Mutual Benefit Association XXX yyy X Jv X X X X t X V J X t X t x v t X ? tt Yrt YYY YYY YYY Yyt yyy YYY VyV YYY YYY YYY VyV YYY YYY YYY YYY YYt YYY X X W W. A. RUSSELL, President. be "Insurance 1 hat Protects." The "EAGLE MUTUAL BENEHT ASSOCIATION" is the personification of Strength, Reliabiltiy, Faith and Promptness, having born out of the modern idea Something for all the people. This idea is an express manifestation of racial int:! There is no doubt remaining that we are offering to the public the best contract on the market today. The men who are the officers and promoters of the "EAGLE MUTUAL BENEFIT ASSOCIATION," have studied at length the different policies being is sued and their provisions. For an instant: The Quarantine provision of our policy which allows 3 full weeks' benefits in case a member should become quarantined. This is a part of the modern insurance idea. Again, the hospital pro...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 30 April 1921

THE DAIXAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 80, 1021. PA OK POVjR r t . ii-' "! I) V, . w 1 ii 11 THE DALLAS EXPRESS. WirfBEK FIRST IN iVI e M B E R NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday morula, n the year at 200 Kwiss Avenue bv THE DALLAS EXPRESS ft IILISIIUTO COMPANY. (Incorporated) Dallas, Texas. New York iilllee. Krone and From 13 N. IMlh Street. Chlrnico OBlce, Kraal ail rrot, lloy ee liulMinc. Atlantn OHtre, Krot and Front, Can dler lliillilhig. Nashville Office Frost and Front, aepemlent Life Unlldlnic. 8UBSCRITTI0N9 IX ADVAKCE. One Year 3.00 Six Months Three Months....-...-............. 1.00 Single Copy . . .10 NOTICE TO THE Pt'HLIC. Any rroneou reflection upon the character tundlng ' repututlon ol any person, firm or corporation which may appear In the columns of Tha Italian Express will be gladly cor rected upou lt bring brought to the attention of the publishers. Entered at Pont Office at Dallas, Texas, an second-class milter, undet Act n' Cong...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 30 April 1921

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, Al UIL toWns SOME i TEXAS lioselmd, April 28. Rrport of the Independent Baptist" S. S. was com pleted for Sunday for the first quar ter, the Treasurer reported fljl.oo on ' hand. The St. Luke A. M. K. Church has purchased the lot ad jacent to the church, and plans are under way for construction of a par sonage in the future. The sermon of the American Woodmen was preached Sunday by Kev. V. S. Franks, pastor of the A. M. K. church. The program was spknu'id. Prof, and Mrs. Davis were in the city last week. Uev. P. T. Tyler of Halls ville was in the city Sunday- Mist L. Garrett of Satin. Texas, was in the city last Sunday. .Mrs. Lulu Carter is improving to the delight of her friends. .Mrs. -M. L. Miller Is on the sick list. '1 ravis liase liali Team was defeated by the Rosebud Team last Saturday. Mrs. Mary Burns left for her home in Cause. The Mothers are manifesting a great deal of ntorest in the physical wel fare of their children through ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 30 April 1921

T 'iiii: DALLAS EXl'HKSH, PALLAS. TKXAg. SATURDAY. AfRIT.. 80, 1981. PACK KIX BASE BALL AND OTHER SPORTS 1 1 f I i M n f "I of! n 1 thj sht ep the lat the "ac fee wo Bn nia the thol moj whl henJ buf rnni ondi Of our I quail imtti ce8.j Edited by J. ALBA AUSTIN RESULLT OF BATTLES . r OVER TEXAS COLORED LOOP ' BLACK PANTHERS ARE LEADING THE PROCESSION ElEAUMONT, HOUSTON, GALVESTON AND SHREVE PORT ARE IN A NECK AND NECK STRUGGLE-GIANTS TRAILING THE DUST-LOCAL BAND WILL HOOK UP WITH KITTENS. series Friday, Saturday and Sunday, May 6, 7 and 8th with the Fanthera. Sunday. April 24. R H E Beaumont 3 6 6 At Galveston H 5 Ten innings. Batteries: Irving and Ivory; For est and Joseph; Umpire Hunter. Monday, April 85. LOCAL GUN CLUB STAGES LIVELY BOUT. The local Rod and Gun Club held Us first shoot Tuesday, April 19th and resulted In the following scores: Coleman 18 H. Jackson 11 Pryor 9 Adams 9 A. Davis 9 C. Clalbourne . 8 L. Clark - 8 Lee Jones " The club staffed a lively contest at its secon...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 30 April 1921

- (V t V-.--' THK PA.IXAS KXritKSS. DALLAS. TKXAS, N.-ITl'RDAY, AI'ItM, 30. 1021. VAGF. SEVEN. FORT k Fort Worth, Texas, Ajiril 28, liil'l. I rend for threr things; first to know what the world has done during the last twenty-four hours, and is about to do to-day; second, for the knowledge that I specially want in my work; and third, for what will bring my mind into a proper mood. If you read the literature found on stand at Temple Drug Store, you will get the best. M'ihs Laura Terrell of Crandherry spent the week end with .Mrs. Clar ence Robinson, 1216 E. Annie street. Mr. 0. C. Crook has returned from Denver, Colo., where he went to visit his daughter, who has been real sick. Rev. H. F. McKinney, Presiding Klder over the Fort Worth Ditsrlet, was In the city Sunday and preached an excellent sermon. Mrs. T. H. Tabli has returned from San Antomo, where nhe attended the beds'de of her sick sister, who died after- several months Illness. It Is well to read everything o: something, and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 30 April 1921

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, PAM.AS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL. 80, 1021. PAOB ElfJHT I I u I (1 U 11. i t i IS Hi 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 DARANTEE that the best drugs, properly combined, are ued in my prep arations. Jn less than a year on the mar ket these goods hare followed this Express ad into thousands of homes and made good. THE CREAM posltlrely BLEACHES; removes every blem ish, holds any powder perfectly HI duy and keeps the skin soft and tender as a spring violet. Hair ruined by nature or harm ful preparations responds readily to my GROWER. The FRESHING OIL givea a fln gloss artd in Dearly smokeless. UfcSE Hume preparation! and you will catch this aiuile. Velvet Itrown Ksoe Cream $1.10 Velvet Brown Hair (irower J12 Velvet Brown I'reftsliiir Oil .62 Velvet Brown Temple Grower .20 Agcnta. wanted. Liberal comn.is !on. Infonniition given and or ders...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 7 May 1921

s vl ..III 5i' oooD:;iu.LtBs;UB St- t i 23 1 . ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE Founded by W. E. King. VOL. XXVIII. So. 81. TENNESEE PEONAGE TRIAL IS RESUM- ED IN MORRISTOWN Many Witnesses Are Called to Testify in Cases Charging Peonage in Work on High , ways. Morrlstown. Term., May 5. After the entire day had been consumed tn hear ing all the evidence Introduced by the (government and part of the witnesses of the defendants United State Com mlssloner It. M. Hlckey at 6 o'clock adjourned until Saturday morning the preliminary hearing of H. R. Woods, superintendent, and C. R. McCothran. alia "Kid Heavy." Everett Hick and J. E. McMillan, forman of work on the I.ee Highway In Oralnger County two mile north of Tate Spring, who were arrested TucRday on charge of "conspiracy to hold men In peonage'' and with "peonage." United Rtnte District Attorney W. T. Kenncrly of Knoxvllle represented the government before the commis sioner. He Introduced hi three main witnesses, Will Garland...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 7 May 1921

ninv irivA THE DALLAS EXPRESS, PALLAS, TEXAS. SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1921. Some Texas Jaknouille, May 6. Rev. T. B. Jackson, pastor First Baptist Church was at his post Sunday. Services were good and well attended. Mrs. Amanda Connor left for Delrlo to visit her husband.. Miss B. M. Beau cbamp made a flying trip to Dallas and Fort Worth Monday. Mrs. E. L. McQueen and Little Burnice have re turned from Houston. Mrs. Norrls Jinks Is Improving again. Prof. H. S. Estell and Prof. 0. W. Crouch visited West End Cherokee, County, to witness the demonstrations at the schools. The students reflected much credit in the same. A large number of Btueicnts will attend the Summer school at Prairie View Normal. A great Interest Is being manifested by the farmers In the annual Fair to be held this Fall. Mrs. Evy Bell Ingram of Lufkln is In the city with Mrs. Willie Matthews. Dr. O. L. Latimore, Mr. and Mrs. Carsee and MiBS B. M. Bcauchamp motored to Rusk 8unday. Mrs. Lizzie Helium, who was visiting here h...

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