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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 28 May 1921

r a0Dv;in liekaeiai: :;ihsity 07 ii&:.s jstii; Tz:a ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE Founded by W. E. King VOL. XXVIII KO. 81. mm SamIsAY CHICAGO HOME BOMBERS ARE NOW UNDER ARREST. CHARGES MADE IN RECENT BOOKLET ARE UNTRUE; START IMPEACHMENT PROCEEDINGS. Atlanta. Ga May 26. Governor Hor- sey has made reply to two criticisms directed at him since his publication of a list of 135 alleged cases of mis- treatment of Negroes in Georgia and declared "the Negro has been sub- jected to mistreatment In Georgia and tho time has come to Inaugurate a new policy If we are to retain our own self respect and maintain our position ns a civilized people before the world." Since ISM. tho Governor sold there have been 415 Negroes lynched in Georgia. The replies were made to Judge Tl T. Shirley and Solicitor General M. L. Kelts of the Superior Court of Toombs circuit of Warrcnton and to Judge K. H. Searcy of the Superior Court of Flint Circuit Griffin. Tho former two had taken exceptions t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 28 May 1921

THK IMIXAS KXPRKSS ii.UXAS. TKXIS HATIKDAV MAY 2H 1021. PAGE TITO. In a new size package IGARETTEy2f lOforlOcts MANY smokers prefer it. They'll find that this compact package often Lucky Strike Cigarettes will just suit themw Try them dealers now carry both sizes: 10 for lOcts; 20for20cts. It's Toasted DAI LAS DISTRICT SOTES. E. S. Jenkins P. E. ' We had a moBt glorious' DiHtrict Conference. The delegate declared themselves; they said It was the best meeting of Its kind they had ever attended. The delegation was unusually large for a district con- ference. Every charge reported with the exception of Gaines ( Impel East Dallas. Building an edifice is no legal excuse. We must support the general cause; If not there will be no local churches nor local catme to exist We are going to lead the State. Drs. J. H. Smith and C. W Abington paid out In the full for the yeari Dr. J. H. Smith and the good mem- bers of Dethel Church covered them- selves wtth glory and great honor In the manner the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 28 May 1921

THE PALLAS EAPKKSS. DALLAS. TKXAS SATURDAY MAY 28 1921. PAGB THIiEH Texas Towns Tyler May 26. Services were well attended at all the churches Sunday. Revs. Stewart and Alexander re- turned from the Baptist Foreign Mis- sionary Convention at Houston and ero in the city Cunday. Mrs. K School had their Baccalaureate ser- mon preached at True Vino Baptist Church by the pastor Rev. Alexander at 11:00 o'clock.. Music was fur- nished by the Sophomores and Jun- iors. Mrs. V. N. Warren presided at the piano. A sweet duct was sung by Mmes. Allen and Waters. Wed- ding bells will soon besin to ring in Tyler. Watch for them. Prof. Luther Davis teacher of Mechanics at P. V. Institute it at home with parents. Miss Myrtle Bledsoe left Sunday to be present at the Com- ' tnencement exercises at Bishop Col- lege where her sisiter Miss Velma is in attendance. Miss Ruby Alex- ander has been elected to teach in the Summer Normal at Texas Col- lege. Dr. T. C. Beldsoe. a student of Meharry is here visiting...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 28 May 1921

FAftR POVR THE DALLAS KXITtESS DA IX AH. TEXAS 8ATOIDAY MAY 28 1921. THE DALLAS EXPRESS ill first w BV1C L MtMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday mornin to the year at 2(iOU wi Avenue bv THE DALLAS KM'HKSS ialll.ltlll.i cinii'Mf. (Incorporated) Dallas. Texas. PROF. E E RODGERS. f TH& MIRROR op I'DBUC OPINION PHILAMHKOriST. JIIMS HOSKMVAI.I). Rrw Yiwk (inter I'roM and From 12 N. 'JUth Nlreet. Chlrnao OMre Kro Mud Kraal HuJ- m llulldin-:. Allantn oilier r'rot mid Frost Can dlrr HiilldiiiK. Nnahvlllr oltlre l-'rnat and Front la- drpradrnl l.lfr lliilldlnit. SlTWCKIPTlOXS IX ADVANCE. One Year $3.00 Blx Months - lo Three MonthB . 1.00 Single Copy ; -10 MJTICK TO TMK I'MIMC. Any erroneous reflection upon thi character Mandintf '" reputation ol any pemon. Ilrin or corporation which may appear in the columns of Tna Dallas Kxpres will be Kindly cor- rected upcu 111 being brought to the attention f the publishes. Kntered at Tout Office at Dallas Texas as M-eond-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 28 May 1921

THE I.MAS EXI'RKSS OAM-AS. TKXAS. SATTKDAV. MAY 2H 1021. PAGE! FTVB SOME 'VTTTTTTT' Marshall May 26. The Mosaic Templars o( America's annual bit- mon will be preached at Galilee Dap- tist Church 1st Sunday in Juno at 3 p. m. Mr. Douglas Wilcoxsin Mrs. Itoy Jackson has had Ma home re- J. H. Haywood and Old Father modeled. Mrs. Mary Green is a new Richard Lane are on the sick list I express reader. Mr. Oscar Stewart and Mrs. Sadie Williams is improving- at this wi-itiiifi. Kev. J. 0. Wil liams is home with his family. Mrs. Garrett made a Hying trip tp Long- I view. Central High School closed a most successful session with 2 graduates. This c.lnr.s phowed the results of hard work and prepara- tion. They received many useful amj valuable presents. Terrell May 26. The Farmers of this vicinity are taking advantage of the good weather that lias prevailed for the last 10 days. Rev. T. W. Dajley returned home Friday from the' F. M. Convention at. Houston Texas and reports a nice time. Rev. D...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 28 May 1921

PACK SIX THE DALLAS EXPRESS. DAIJJS TEXAS. 8ATTRDAV MAY 2S 1921. ' " -- ZZZZ&r :!SrrnSSCI Barry Jackson r3rr 3c i ThnB whn . BASE BALL AND OTHER SPORTS Edited by J. ALBA AUSTIN STANDING OF THE CLVHS. P. W. L. Pet. Waft 00 GIANTS DEFEAT BUFFS BEST TWO OUT OF THREE. How The Bugs Are Running Over the Loop. League Moguls to Meet in Dallas Monday. Sand Crahs . Are Coming. Ft. Worth 21 Beaumont 23 Houston 22 GalveBton 22 Dallas 24 Shreveport 18 14 7 15 8 12 10 10 12 10 14 .417 6 12 .333 .666 .662 .645 455 In apulsatlng nerve racking hair raising bout the Dallas Black Giants snatched from the fire a 3 !o 2 victory over the Houston Buffaloes in the Initial game of a three game series here Sunday. It was the first extra inning af- fair of the season with Bull local south par going the full distance. For nine Innings tt was a duel between pitchers Jack man of the visitors and Boll of the locals with the latter havinc a shade the best of his op ponent. Jackson weakened In thejSald that the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 28 May 1921

THE DAIXAS EXPRESS DALLAS. TEXAS. SATURDAY MAY 28 1921. PAGE 8EVEH. Messrs. II. M. Shannon T. W. Walter B. Bradford Mesdams II. M. Shannon D. Davis and Mule Miss V. Gardner motored to Ft. Worth Cleburne and Waxahachie Sunday. Mesdains Ula Campbell and Viola Stephens spent Sunday In Fort WoVth. Mrs. J. C. Vrij;M and Miss 1!. Nelson of Austin were pleasant visitors in Dallas last week. Messrs. L. Perry and B. Evans were in the city for a few days visiting friends bolh were visitors at the Dallas Express ofl'ico. Mrs. Clarena Young left for Kan- sas City Mo. Wednesday to spend t lie summer months with her sister. She will also visit in Chicago be- fore returning to the city. Mrs. Esther Rutherford and Mrs. Jessie 1'rather of 3715 Roseland Ave. were called to Waco to attend the funeral of their Sister Mrs. Emma Henderson who was buried Saturday. Closing exercises of the 7th grade Fred Douglas school will be held Thursday evening June 2nd ut Py- thian Temple Auditorium. The. class will p...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 28 May 1921

r. v4t t( '..n AhAWOi.i'' --uaai TIIE DALLAS EXPRKSS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 28 1921. VELVET BROWN PREPAR-ARATIONS For SKIN and HAIR are the re- sult of years of . experiment and study by me. The (act tbat I am a graduate in Medicine and Dentistry is a rntlnns. In less than a year on the mar- ket these goods have followed thi Express ad Into thousands of homes and made good. THIS CREAM positively BLEACHES; removes every blem- ish holds any powder perfectly all day and keeps the skin soft tind tender as a spring violet. Hair ruined by nature or harm- ful preparation respond" i reii Illy t my GKOWKIt. The I'itF.ShlNO Oil irlvea a fine gloss aid l nearly smokeless. Ufjl theye preparations and you will catch thin smile. Velvet llronn I'noe (Team Velvet J.rown Hnlr (ironer Ji Velvet lirewn 1'resnlnif Oil Velvet llronn Temple (irower .'.'0 A pent wanted. Lllierai eomn.ia- sion. Information given and or- ders niled by DR. FRANK J. HAWKINS M. Ih S. sriTF ins rrniiAX tk.mi'm: DALLAS TKXAS....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 4 June 1921

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. PER ANNUM $3.00. VOL. X-XVIU NO. Si. THK DALLAS KXI'KKSS DALLAS TL'XAS SATtHDAY JUXK 4 1921 PRICE TEN CENTS. I M HEAD OF WASHINGTON SCHOOLS IS!DIPLOMAS PRESENTED TO 270 GRADUATES BY PRINCI- GRANTED LEAVE OF ABSENCE BY PAL MOTON. ADDRESSES DELIVERED BY JESSE 0. THOM AS DR. P. JAMES BRYANT. EXHIBITS CAUSE COMMENT FROM VISITORS; MANY PRIZES ARE AWARDED. BOARD. AMITY OF RACES IS URGED BY SPEAK- ERS AT WASHINGTON CONVENTION. Roscoe Bruce Who Has Long LILY WHITES EXERTING Been Under Fire of Patrons PULL ON HARDING POL- Will Use Leave to Seek New IQES. Field. r AVashlngt C. Uruce. tendent of from office has. been demanded by sev eral colored oi ganlzallons was (rant- ed Indefinite leave of absence ef- fective September 1. next. It Is ex- pected this leave will be used by Mr. unice to locate another position. The Hoard...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 4 June 1921

V - . ' v.. y - Tl U; 1)AIIK KM'IIKSH. IMU.AK. TEXAS. hATt'ltOAY. JCXE 4. 1921. 5 i. 5 i ' t i Pl '"Hi I lir'ikEArsaSi ROTTTH'8 FINEST COIOIIED f.HOW As cool as the Ocean Breezes PKKia ICE WATER REST ROOMH i W r --iriii i i in i w II r --iri i MI riHf "1 h j laMfcl lH ' "Vj L J SUNDAY- TOM MIX In "HANDS OFF" A real Western Thriller HEX ITItriN III "AFTER THE BALL MONDAY- tiih fighting actor A 2-reel Western and "THE LION MAN" A serial without equal also a comedy "SEEING IS BELIEVING" jTUESDAY EDITH KTOREY THH WE8TEHN COW -GIRL 'THE GOLDEN HOPE" In a 6 reel western feature nlno SNUB AND SAMBO In "PAINT AND POWDER" WEDNESDAY- STAimXil "THE HAWK'S TRAIL" 1U Her Also rHH'Gl.AS KAIKHANKS In 1IANHATON MADNESS" October. Mms. Emma Thompson Harris and hex Muter left for Ranger to upend the summer. Mrs- Clarissa Teal spent Sunday In Satin Texas In interest of Mission work. We need more constant readers of Hie Dallas Express. Tbeo. 11. Wrltslit. Reporter. IlloHHOm June 2. The Ministers Deacons...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 4 June 1921

THE DALLAS .EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JUNE 4 1021. PAGE TmtEB ( NOTICE! 1' II mY Yn shnij " n ' The I Dallas 1 llllH " ' ii " jj HB It is your Home-town paper. if liHl " llllll 2. It is interested in you and v 0 m m m : i . your well being. Xmma y 3. It gives you more news of Ne- j( 000$$f ' vv'vvvV )! gro activities than any other Xmam llllll d medium. a m m a v gives you speca new rom x your friends in Cher Texas ? 0 I It gives you the local news of (Ox mmm' xv vour church vour lodge. v OOOOOd X ffi H your cub your mends. VB W llllll ll ' Editorially 'l 's conservative iiiill h vrr firm anrl nrnntrpccivp A ' nOunOu tow $$&us m mm THE DALLAS. EXPRESS ' ' ill Will IS ONLY $3.00 PER YEAR AND MAY BE U OOOoll llllll ll PURCHASED AT: ffffff vCCvyV V h Asnioras News btana central Ave. near n x VvvvvV iiiijj If M1 ' If iffi llfHf (V Robinson's News Stand Central and Bryan v X X d X lVX a Miss Shaw's News Stand 1717 Hall Street (VA Vvvv flflli W I Pepies Drue stre Qu?ra city' I syr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 4 June 1921

Wit. l oi it THE It.41.IiA 8 KXPRKSS DAIXAS. TEXAS SATVItDAV JVXE 4. 1021. THE DALLAS BX.'Ufcx-v mm first in CSV1C NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Publiiihc-d every Saturday mornln. In the year at 2f.OO Swiss Avenu . ' bv THE: DALLAS F.llti:.H rlllLlSlll.(J COMPANY. (Incorporated) Dnlla. Texan. Urn Yok Orllcr. Kro and Kroal W N. 20th Ntrrrt. C'hlrnxu ortlt-e l'rol and Kraut liar- ee Hullitlng. Atlanta oilier I rout aad Frost Cam- tier lliillitlnic. Nashville itlllrt Front and frost In- aVprmlrnt l.ifi HulldinK. 8CBSCRITTI0XS 15 ADVANCE. One Year $3.00 81x Months 1.60 Three Months 1.00 Single Copy .. ...... .10 KOTICK TO TIIK I'l III.IC. Any erroneous reflection upon th character Handing reputation ol 4ny person linn or corporation which may appear In the column of Tn-j Dallas Express will be gladly cor- rected upou i beuicr brought to the attention of the publishers. Hntered at Pout Office at Dallas Texas on cnnU-elsi nntter. undei Act o' Congress. March 1873. IMI'OIITAXT. No subc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 4 June 1921

THE PAM.AS KXI'RKSS. PALLAS TEXAS SATIUDAY. Jl'XE 4 1921. TAflE FIVE! SOME Athens June 2. Services well at- tended at all churches Sunday. Hev. C. H. Pusu Ella Reese.. Susie Jiles attended the District Conference at .Mineola last week. They reported a nice time. The American Woodmen held their Annual ThanksfiivinR ser- vices at the A. M. E. Church. Mrs. Annie E- Busch of Dallas is here vis- itiim relatives. She is the guest of .Mr. and .Mrs. Douglas -Miller. Mms. Pinkie Morris Eucy Richardson Jessie 'Wilson Anna Ware. Eh lira Miller Annie Hamlett Katherine Miller Ellen Barker and Annie E. liusch attended the Gviflin-Iiiown wedding in Chandler last week. Rev. C. H. Hugh delivered the annual Thanksgivlns sermon for the IT. B. of Kb. and S. M. T's.. assisted by Rev. E. Prince of Palestine. There was a great program delivered. Mr. Willie Derrough is reported ill Blackshear High School closed with four nights Commencement exercises which was very creditable at the A. M. E. Church. The Pr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 4 June 1921

THE DALLAS EXPTtFSS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JITVB 4 1021. PAGE SIX (. BASE BALL AMD OTHER SPORTS Edited by J. ALBA AUSTIN II ! I Qr' ' II easca FORT WORTH Bi! ! TRY OUR FKEE MOTOR SERVICE THE McMAKIN'S DRUG STORE. ABLACK GLAIRS TRAVELING AT TERRIFIC CLIP. Grab Two Out of Three From Buffaloes; Won Four Out of Fear From Oilers and Crabs in Order; Northern Clubs to invade South; Negro Base Ball Moguls Meet . The Beaumont Black Oilers drop ped both games of a two game se. rlea here to the Dallas Black Giants Friday and Saturday May 27th and 28 th by the score of 7 to 3 and S to 4. In the melee the visitors drew first blood by scoring their first run In round one and Md the Giants rnuless In their half of the round. The Giants came back In the second spasm and evened up the count and held their opponents safe in their round of endeavor. It was In round three that Byrd the visit. tag hurling received his baptism or fin. when the Giants heavy artillery swooped down on his offerings for total...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 4 June 1921

'-vjiita THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS HA'ITODAY JUNE 4 1921. PAGE 8EYEN. fffl 1 "TamaBFr 4 PERSONAL MEKTIOX. Mrs- Jennie Randall 2707 Flora Street will leave Tuesday June 6 for Ixs Angeles Calif. to visit her daughter Mrs. Fedora Prather. C. L. Harris State Y. M. C. A. Sec- retary for the state of Kentucky was in Dallas a few days this week confering with Prof. E. L. Gordon State Y- M. C. A. Secretary. Mrs. Jewel Hansell of 3002 Maple avenue is very sick. Mrs. Mary Johnson 2820 Main Street was called to Guthrie Ok'a. to the bedside of her sick father. Mrs. John Parker 3607 Thomas avenue left May 25th for Marshall to visit her friends Dr. and Mrs. McClain. Dr. McClain is a druggist and is a son-in-law of Mrs. C. S. Hainey of 3010 Thomas avenue. On account of sickness Mrs. Parker was compel to return home earlies than she expected to. She is now under care of a physician to the regret of her friends- Miss Marzelle Cooper returned home last Saturday from Wiley Uni- versity. Mr. Dona...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 4 June 1921

4- THE OAM.AS EXPRESS PAIXAS TE.VA3 8ATTRPAY Jt'XB 4. 1921. A v '. 'J Y -. A VELVET BROWN PREPAR- ARATIONS For SKIN and HAIR are the re- sult of years of experiment and atudy by me. The fact that I am -graduate in Medicine and Donttst'-v r a 0 U ARAN TEE that the bent druKi properly combined are sued in my prep arations. ' In lens than a year on the mar- ket these goods have followed this Express ad Into thounands of homes and made good. THE CREAM positively BLEACHES ; remove every blem- ish holds any powder perfectly all day and keeps the nkln soft and tender as a sprinc violet. Hair ruined by nature or harm- ful preparations i:npon1 romllly to my GllOWEK. Tho I'KK.SHINO Oil- arlvcs a fine glo and la Dearly mjiokolimff. l'bl-2 these preparations and you will cuteh this smile. Velvet llriwn Fnc (ream $1.10 Velvet Itrawn Jlalr (irower J12 Velvet ltronn fresnlng- Oil .52 Velvet Itrowii Temple Grower .20 Agents wanted. Liberal comn.ls- riou. Infmmation given and or-'!ti-H filled by DR....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 11 June 1921

J V GOOD will LISRBUB ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE Founded by W. E. King. VOL. XXXVIII NO. 3. ORGIA CITIZENS GOVERNOR'S BOOK Declare That Evidence Pro- duced in Peonage Cases Sup- ports All Charges Made of Lawlessness in State. Atlanta. Oa.. Juno in Governor Porscy's book "Tin- Negro In Georgia." in which he seta forth 1 r eases of alleged mistreatment of Negroes call- ed to his attention during his ser- vice as governor is supported by un- impeachable evidence a. statement JiiHt issued by mure than 50 Geor- gians get forth. The statement makes vigorous de- nial of the charge that the commit- tee on racial relations Is connected with the National Association for Ad- vancement of Colored l'cople. The statement declares the committee op- poses racial equality: opposes politici- ans seeking office by fanning flames of race prejudice and the spreading of propaganda to inflame the minds of whites and blacks. Method of llcllcf. Nine methods of relieving the sit- uation were e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 11 June 1921

PAGE TWO. WHAT THREE EDITORS OF DAILY PAPERS SAY ABOUT THE TULSA TRAGEDY. The following comments on the Tul sa tragedy are worthy of note for t'.e differing sentiments expressed by their authors; tub nisfinAf i: or tii.sa. .(From the Tulsa Daily World) Pround matchless Tulsa comes be- fore the bar of rhrlstlsn civilization this day and with head bowed the mantle of shame upon her cheek and we sincerely hope with deep regret In hi-r heart asks that she be par- . doned the great offense some of her citizens committed during Tuesday nicrht and Wednesday morning. There is not a man worthy of the name whose heart Is not afire with indignation against that which .has ben done. Members of a superior race boastrul of the ractestci; )))a) themselves to degenerate Into murder- era and vandals permitted themselves - to deal their home community the foulest blow It has ever received In Jts history. Tulsa bossted that she was not Ardniore. And now a negligible num- ber of men have plunged the re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 11 June 1921

'itis.'?"); THE DA IX AS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS 8ATURLA V JITXE 11 l2l. PAGE THRKH DR.R.H.TROTTER 1L!rl ii-jC-v' ..i. El "i ira' ? vc'-'"'' ' : Why You Should Read . . The Dallas Express Ifff i. 3. It is your Home-town paper. It is interested in you and your well being. It gives you more news of Ne- gro activities than any other medium. It gives you special news from your friends in other Texas towns. ! ! ! It gives you the local news of your church your lodge your club your friends. Editorially it is conservative yet firm and progressive. THE DALLAS EXPRESS IS ONLY $3.00 PER YEAR AND MAY BE PURCHASED AT: Ashford's News Stand Central Ave. near Swiss. Robinson's News Stand Central and Bryan Miss Shaw's News Stand 1717 Hall Street 10th St. Drug Store Oak Cliff E. 10th St. Peoples Drug Store Queen City. Itickerson's Cafe Jackson and Prather Sts. or by calling Haskol 5761. II DISKASKS OP THE MOUTH APHTHOUS STOMATITIS This is a varity of catarrhal stom. atitls characterized by the eruption...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 11 June 1921

fFAGB FOUR THE DA IX AS EXPRESS IALIAS TEXAS SAT11?'.VV. .-TNU 11 1921. TIIE DALLAS EXPRESS. CEKVtCC MtMBF.R NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday mornln. In th year at 2600 Hivlm Avenue bv THE DALLAS KVI'lll-SS rl 1I1.IMII-CJ COMHA.1Y. (Incorporated) Dallas. Texas. Sri York Offiee From aad Froal 12 N. Steib Hlrrrt. (Mrnin Oilier Front and Front. Iloy- M lluflfllnc. Allnnln liter. Front aad Froat C- dlrr llnlldiiiu. Naahvllle ofllee Froat and Froat !- Vprodciit Lite Ilulhllnu. SrBSCBITTIOXS 15 ADYASCE. One Year 13.00 Blx Months 1.60 Three Months 1.00 Single Copy .10 NOTICK TO TIIK ri'M.IC. Any erroneous refaction upon the character Handing o reputation of any person firm or corporation which . may appear In the columns ot Ths Dallas Expreaa will be Kladly cor- rected upou Iti botni brought to the attention of the publishers. Entered at Pout Office at Dullas Texas aa second-class nntter undei Act o' Conarena. March 1870. IMI'OHTANT. No auhcriptiona mailed for a p...

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