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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 March 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1919. PAGE FIVE TEXAS GILMER. Gilmer, Texas, March 20. We are glad to report everything moving on very nicely in Gilmer. Mr. A. In gram's store (our popular Colored merchant of this place) has been burgalized twice In the last three weeks and Jewelry and, a forty-five colt revolver, all amounting to some thing like $200.00 was taken from the store. The burglars have been caught and most of the good recov ered. Gilmer Is very active in church and school work these days. The C. M. E. church had a grand banquet last Friday night, March 14, a nice program was rendered. Among the speakers were Profs. In gram, L. B. Cash, K. S. E. Henry and Mr. T. W. Wilson. The Gilmer band seconded by Mrs.. M. M. Itobo at the piano furnished excellent music. " The Parent-Teacher's Association pulled off a grand rally a few Sun days ago. The Rev. S. J. Howard, pastor of Gilgal Baptist church preached the annual sermon and a collection of $21.00 was ta...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 March 1919

a o-,7Y7"M .A elsM.la II n THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1919. THE PE0FIE8 FUR5ITURK CO, CERE'S RELIEF FROM THOSE. ..A.weL SAnSFYIHG RELIEF FROM LUriBAGQ Sloan' Liniment has th punch that relieve rheumatic twinge mm 1! TEXAS TOWNS COMING! TERRIBLE HEADACHES. i ! Bill (;ai:lam. Garland. Texas, March 20. Services wore well ata-nued Sunday nt Slmm's Chaprl liui'tint church. The Bt-r-' Moris iroiu-hcl by Hev. A. 1 Sinuns, Ia;sUjr w;re full of spiritual power. Mr. Chas. Jackson of Dallas, Texan, waa in our -lty Hunday interesting ttie citizens in oil Block. Mrs. JiJancho TliomaB Of HocUwall, Texas, was tbe gnost of Mr. and Mrs. Ovcrstrcct, Eatur-duy and Sun Jay. 1 Mrs. Ella Caldwoll and Mr. French io Noai wore happily united in mar riage at high noiii, Sunday, March I bin, at Slniins Cliapol, Kev. H. U Simum, oilictatwi. Tlieir many friends winn them a , prosperous life. ' Tho pupils of the night achool and rrtonds ave thoir teacher, Mrs. W. K Pruitt, a grand sur...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 March 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1919. page !'.Vi::i Texas Towns f ," IIILLSBORO. Hillsboro, Texas, March 20. Mrs. Hodge of Ft. Worth made a business trip to the city last week. Mr. Fer rel, who has for some time been em- Sloyed at Ft. Worth, spent a few ours with his family. The enter tainment at Little ' Zion Baptist church on Thursday night was de clared fine by all who witnessed the program. The musical at Wades Chapel A. M. E. church on Friday night by the choir, under the direc tion of Mr. Charlie Marshall, was excellent. Mrs. Wardley is on the sick list this week. Mrs. Mosely ac companied by her daughter, is in Dallas visiting her sick niece. LADOfflA. Ladonia, Texas, March 20. Rev. K. S. Moore was at his post at Wesley Chapel Sunday and preached two able sermons. Miss Bertha King ac companied her brother, Jesse King to Paris, last week. Little Helen Jackson, eight years old girl of Mr. and Mrs. John !Jack Bon was burned to death, March 11 Rev. B. S. Moo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 March 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS. TEXAS. SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1919, ; OLD REGULAR tWiU'S TWO DAYS IX DALLAS AMI GUIS A IMP IXTO THE POLITICAL 1'OT REAL YVOHK .OI.U ox. Great Meeting at (Ky Hall fr Kick mm Orphanage Mtim and Osborne 1V.J Outside the Breastworks "r Arthur N. Jackson (iocs on to Ylc try Prof. X. W. llarllc Controls the Sleeting hhI .singing Ft ore Jl.r. Morgan end. Little Ieley JjmUhi!i, Two Mars Tl.nt ShL'ie lit the lirnioBwat of Music MAYOR LAWTHER AH A COXVIX l.lU fci'KAkKU i.K'I'S liKST I'IjACK DALLAS KMYS (in KS LAIUiK SPACE TO JILETINU. oldest Negro Toll The Story of Siesta, Texas growing Town Delivers a l-w-ture to tbe Followers Mho Block (ho Dullness League Mukes Xew Dates (o he Kept lusplte of Death and Disaster "Have .Sense" T. K. Price Making a (irwit EffortDon't Laugh. Staff CorrcBpondonee. ' Somewhere In North Texas, March 18, 1919. I spent Saturday and Sun day In Dallas and let me tell you the political soldiers wero as busy ho au army camp. The Good Govern ment...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 March 1919

DALLAS EXPRESS," PiLLAS, TEXAS, 8ATURPAT, MARCH 22, 1919. P.4.GE HTXE tt tt tt tt tt tt tt ' ft tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt . ff tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt ff tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt ff tt tt V V STREET COMMISSIONER CAPTAIN HAL MOSELEY These Candidates are pledged to conserve your Interests WATER COMMISSIONER ' - ' "'limn ' VI V '' A FRED APPEL THESE ARE THE MEN PUT THEM IN OFFICE APRIL 1, 1919 A Square Deal For All FOR MAYOR CAPT. FRANK W. WOZENCRAFT SPECIAL FAVOR FOR NONF: The Citizens' Association FINANCE COMMISSIONER E. B. REPPERT Visit Colored Headquarters at 2415 Elm Street FIRE AN I) POLICE COMMISSIONER CAPT. L. E. McGEE (Advertisement) tt ft vf tt tt tf tf tt. ft tt tt ff tt tt it ft tt f t tt t f f ft tt ft . ft it tt tt tt-. ff it tt tt tt - tt'. tt f ft" tt tt tt tt ff , tt tt ft: tt 5 Y EL BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH SALE BIG NOW ON We are too busy to write an "Ad" this week. So come down and get some of our bargains in M...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 March 1919

Tsar. Try i J, Ft. Worn, Texas, March 20 An association tor the care of discharged Colored soldiers organized. Prof. 8. H. Fowler, principal of Washington Heights Elementary school was elected chairman; Mr. W. D. Klrkpatrlck, U. S. Inspector was elected Secretary; Dr. A. L. Carper, chairman ot program com mittee; Mr. G. W. Turner, chair man of reception commltteee; Dr. E. L. Garden, State Y. M. C. A. Sec retary tor discharged Colored soldiers and Dr. W. M. Martin, City Y. M. C. A. Secretary, (white) were present and neiped to perfect the organiza tion. The meeting was held at St. James Baptist church was full ot Interest and a yearning desire on the part of all to co-operate in this great movement. A V. M. C. A. Is hoped to be developed from this meeting. The committee is com posed of the pastor and two lay men from every church in the city. It is planned to give a grand recep tion lor 1 all discharged soldiers lu the near future. Palm Sunday Services. Hlmount Court No. 252 Alph Cou...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 March 1919

i the YOUR BLUFF IS CALLE . . as ' .-I'J ' STONEROOKi 1 1 u . f I 'AM o Sale If you can point out a single time where Mayor Lawther has not acted in the best1 interests of the Dallas People DO IT NOW OR ELSE t Keep Quiet and let the Record be your Reason VOTE THE GOOD GOVERNMENT TICKET STRAIGHT V V ft IS H fir 1 Is still going on and you can H P y sure nuff save some money by 1 shooing the wbote family out ft y m rr inia mar hiock. a Come in and see for yourself w WATSON'S i Salvage Store 1219 ELM ST. DR. R. T. HAMILTON INDORSES GOOD GOVERNMENT TICKET FOR MAYOR JOE E. LAWTHER ' FOR COMMISSIONERS GROVES ADA-MS HEXRY H. WILLIAMS JEFF BRITTOS RAYMOND THOMAS (Advertisement) " 'hi :: In :: y - PI x l'm,mmmr 'ft m Dallas, Texas, March 19, 191!). Editor of The Dallas Express: The canipaiyi for the election ot olllcials who are to direct the destiny of our great and growing City for the next two years is now being waged. Our people are vitally in terested in the outcome of this cam paign an...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 March 1919

IMGT5 TWEt ui.hj aArnr.on, villas, SATCBVAI 1AAIU XS, IV1W. . A xx:"X"K ;. vt. T - It it tt MUM vu HIGH SCHOOL THEATRE 3211 COCHRAN STREET o PEARL WHITE, in t Lightning Raider' SUNDAY, MARCH 23, PEARL WHITE IN THE "Lightning Raider EDDIE POLO IN THE LURE OF THE CIRCUS" Continued every Sunday. S PECIAL ATTRACTION Monday and Tuesday, March 24th and 25th "A Soul For Sale"! it If Ax NrjLS .... J .... .... X . . . . ... J . p . . : X ' .... J v .... x i ) h v . ?. I u) ;4 :::: f I ' :::: y r ) C A ;;;; A .... - :::: v: :::: .... : t ? I'flhe Graijd Geijiral Theatre y t V JOHN HARRIS, MANAGER Greatest picture ever shown here, something new A girl reared la Luxury, whose soul was put up for ft sale by her own mother. See It, its great, punch that's a winner. Has a TT Thursday, March 27th THE "Master Mystery "HOUDINI" Continued every Thursday 5aturday, March 29th "The Iron Test" Continued every Saturday T It I T A- t2 t ADMISSION 11 CENTS AND 17 CENTS HERBERT BATT8, PROPRIETOR 4 a t4 LA Jl ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 March 1919

r. V - Founded by W. a Km. int- Kpn,tf c,,n runt, i h en jy-hi.fi A" ',tU(x Is The dtta." Fred-Douglas. $1.60 Per Annum DALLAS, TEXAS,' ' SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1819. TOL. 26, NO 24. TRICE FITB COT3 ''OUT OF DEBT,,.OUT OB DANQERo" BUY-JV. S ' - . ' ' -- - i , , 111 ' ' - - ' IIEGRO PROPERTT III eHICAGO DAW B BOMBS INFURIATED WHITES RESORT TO INFERNAL MACHINES IN EFFORT TO CHECK NEGRO ACQUISITION OF PROPERTY, INDIGNATION RUNNING HIGH. ' (By Associated Negro Press.) Chicago, 111., March 27. Two more marks vrerb made on the bomb record of Chicago this week when two bombs were thrown on the same night on tbe Southside doing thousands of dollars worth of damage. It Is be lieved that both bombs were thrown by tbe same person, who rode rapidly through the streets In an automobile. The first was exploded in the hall way of the branch banking offices of Jesse Binga, a Negro of consider able wealth' and known throughout the country. The second ' was ex ploded In the residence of Alex J. Itoblnso...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 March 1919

u;r; two TITE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1919, iDOlitHEGHCTA zsessstaBitxm DALLAS PROPEMIONAL LIGHTEN YOUR TEXAS TOWNS RHEUIJATIC PAR NEW METHOD si TALESTLNE. Palottlno, Tesas. March 27. Mr. Duck. Mosely la very ill at bis borne a l'ort street The K. of P. annual sermon wu yroached at the ML Vernon A. M. K. church Sundaj by the Rev. Mr. Wash laton, P. JU. Mr. J. F. Jonea la still la the city yriih lils show. :cho reception given at th West t?aloa Baptist t church In bonor of the returned soldiers was In 'erery way a success. iiev. J. N. Uary dollvered a splen did sermon at South Union Baptist church to a crowded house Thurs day nlsht of last week. - Mr. George Butler Is up again after a two weeks' confinement to his bed sa account of Illness. Mr, Arthur Jones baa returned aVorao from France. : ' Mrs. Florence Johnson was burled era the 22nd Inst, it victim of email pox, , . -Read the Dallas Express and keep sted as to the doings of the Negro race. We are plea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 March 1919

-Jl THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXiS, SATURDAY, MARCTI 29, 1919. OUR NEW HOME FREE! FREE!! FREE t! Ja MaS mm yw addreos aat w will tend yoa by mail rEE3 oar "bur aad beautiful CatatogM Aow bag all the latest style rf Creole Ealr Goods, Hair Nets, Raw Hair, leetrie Comb and Hair Worker"! Toeta, ate. Oar Ealr goods hava the repuutio for being the keel aad we are the largest mall eria Sore muscle d aching joints to the Dene- trating influence of wonderful liniment. When the musclta an ton. rr the Joints stiff and achins. set m bottle of HUNT'S LIGHTiSlNG Oftnib it on. tha p net rate into the seal of the trouble, giving a feeling of warmth and glow and making the pain and udttxm leave Miertwiu oasuruTWdKiVHiauivinir. ir. almost awuuiuf. HUNTS LIGHTNING OH lOreete Ealr Oeoda Honee ka i Ths idtst nrmedy for rhmimwism. he- acta MmJKia, lumtogo, cuts, bums, bruises and sprains tn fact, when? thert Is a p HUN PS LIGHTNING OIL can almost always be ussd advantageously. VOe and SSe fettle at y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 March 1919

'. it-m. - " THE DALLAS EXPRESS,' DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1919. :z riiLis express M t fl B ft NATIONAL PRESS ASSOCIATION. Puhlisix-d ry Saturday morning & the year at I80U tiwlaa Aieouii. by j:na valla ktmk!s rmLisisinra COMFAAiY. (Intrp, raced) Imltia. Tn". Nr lark omee, Froet 4c Ftoat tft N. liSih Preet Ctilnm Frot Tfat, Boy C l.iiliUiiiljr. Frost A Frost, C- Ir lut!?la. , Ituhul, Frost ft Front, a.peal.m Life Mulldlog-. w. M. KINO, ' J. R. JORIIAiK, Kauaer. Entered at Pout Offlea at Dallas Temaa. m eecond-claaa matter, under Act of Coreee, March, 179. IMFqHTANT. n iihuTtntlona mailed tor a teal rrtod than Uir month. Payment for aajme iui m v t"n, M'OM UIII'IOIVI IK AOVAMCR. One Year H2 llollh. ' '1 orea Mentha ..... l.iDfc-1 Cottt... ... .1)6 NOT1CB TO THIS Fl'BLMJ. Any erroneoua reflection upon the character, atandlEK or reputation of any aeraoa, Arm or corporation whlnh mxy appoar In the coluanna of Taa L-ailae ISxpraaa will be gladly cor retied upon lia being br...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 March 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS. TEXAS. SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1919. PAGE HI TEXAS DEKALB. DeKalb, Texas, March 27. From the 12th to the 16th we had with us Rer. D. A. Scott, our state superln tendent of Sunday School Mission. Ha conducted a Bible Institute each day and nlaht. We had service today, our pastor W. M. Sexton was with us. All of those who attended regularly received a certificate of credit This man have certainly lifted us. Rev. Jodie Waller left for Hugo, Okla., Monday where he will spend a few" days. He will leave from here for UKianoraa City, to spend a week with his sis ter. Mrs. Clara Williams. Mrs. Ket tle Mayzon and mower surprised their daughter and sister with a fine box. She is yet at Prairieview Normal. She will remain until August She will make a state certificate. Mrs. Jane Waller had a card from her grandson, ' Kills. He has landed from Krance to New YorK, on his way home. There was great- re joicing over his card. We are glad to see our boys coming home. B. Y. P....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 March 1919

pat:: 1 TEXAS JICKSBORO. JackMoro,-Ycxaa, March 27. Sun day school was on time Sunday. No iniHsion on the account of the rain. Mr. Joe Allen cUod March 19th. Ho loaves a wifo and four children. Mrs. Adtlie Johnson entertained Soargent Kltelton during his stay In the city. Mrs. Ethel Allen purchased a ,Vlo- trola, We .learned that Mr. Charlie Suttle was married Sunday night. We bla friends wloh him a long and ' happy married IKe, , TERKZLL. Terrell, , Texas, March 27.I-ast Sunday waa a itreat day In our city . an It marked the openinr or tne tew lloDe BuDtlat church. A very bauU- ful britlt structure on 8outh Rock wall street. '-- ; At 11:00 o'clock sharp Rev. J. E. , Knox,j D. IX, at Dallaa, preached a powerful sermon. Rev., A. Demlng. (white) of the First . Baptist : church preached another powerful sermon after which the various pastors called tor a collection from their congre gations. The evening sarvf.ee was turned over by pastor B;itler to Rev. IA M. Crosby of Kaufman, Texas, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 March 1919

TAGE SSVVEJT WHAT 45J2Pb did miM : she - - TEXAS TOWNS. no v THE DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS, TEXAS. SATURDAY, MARCH 29. 1919. TATUM. Tatura, Texas, March 27. Sunday was an unpleasant day for service, but we hope that everybody will have a fine lesson for Sunday. Rev. P. C. Collins, pastor of St Paul BapUst church preached at Smith Chapel Sunday and reported a fine time. Prof. Bell had a fine school closing on the 20th, also Prof. Flanagan's school was followed on the 21bL They both were enjoyed by all. Mr. G. S. W. Jackson visited his sister, Mrs. Nathan Partely last Saturday and Sunday night Mr. Willis Jack son had an honorable discbarge from Camp Travis and returned home on the 20th. Miss Corrie Lillte and Miss Cas sie Brown of East Texas Academy are visiting mother, father and friends here this week and will re turn to East Texas Academy Sun day night Mrs. Hazel of Tyler ac companied Prof. Bell during her school closing. They report a fine time - while here we wish the Express a grea...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 March 1919

1-5' THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TETAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1919. '.'AG" EIGHT BssssssaaozEZis rmrnirar nriHmm 1 1 WORLD WONDER OIL AND GAS COMPANY OF KANSAS CITY, ill, ASOUTTKF.EE WEEKS AGO PURCHASED A FOUR ACRE LEASE RIGHT 11 THE HEART OF THE GREAT BUKKBURfiETT TEXAS OIL FIELDS AT A COST Or Slb.UDJ.DO. : We could sell our lease to-day for 830,000 if we cared to da so, Read any Daily Paper for prices of Burk Burnett lease. Cur lease is on the Stephen Survey, which is adjoing the Hoffman Survey. The holdings of fte Marine Oil Campany were sold only a few days ago for 53,500,000. which was a part of the Hoffman Survey; and every dollar invested in the Marine'Oil Company is now worth J17.5JI. Our driller, Mr. C. M. FIickingei who drilled three wells' for us last Spring, in the State of Kansas, is now on the ground in Burkburnett with his drilling machine and will begin drilling our well just as sow as arrangements can be completed. : ' ' ' The white race has succeeded; and if we are t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 March 1919

DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEX AS, SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1919. PAKE NIAF." A ni TT HIGH SCHOOL THEATRE 3211 COCHRAN STREET Sunday March 30, PEARL WHITE In The "Lightning Raider" Eddie Polo In The "Lure of The Circus" Continued every Sunday. SPECIAL ATTRACTION nmuujnrvn ii in i i in i T 111 il I II 1 1 i fill l .... .. ., ... - r.. imni .. i .. I ) . . I f ; - .... I jt 1 .... PEARL WHITE, :::: in Lightning Raider' ' 'I "T ill n T .... S X X A. . -iv .f i . ... i i :::: ) - f y f x. r i :::: K A JJ i." (r -V ' , I ii: v-.SVVly :::: wi.-':":--- '""4; :::: .?yv V. .. , C"; ' 4 f) ' f it ; r?r ii nji C 1 A A A A A A ,t. ff f TTTffTf TT1 i iif I J 11 "you Little witch vou make me recret iam not a MARRYING. MAN ' (SCENE, ERQM. EPR JlUIBAjNQS.PNl.Y7 MONDAY & TUESDAY March 31st, & April 1st. "For Husbands Only" But don't forget to .bring your wife, . A Big Dramatic Treat for the entire family. She married for ven gence. Forget the old love when you marry. Don't marry for re venge. Advice...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 March 1919

DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TKT AS. SATURDAY, MARm 29, 1919, X z t I 5 FOtfT WORTH 5EW8 J. H. SWANSON. .Reporter Office, 1301 E. 9th Street NEWS BOX at Bragg Comet Print- I ing Co. 905 Jones Street The Dallas Express for Sale. Enclose check covering lc per word X for reading notices, ev when you J DROP your MESSAGE in the BOX, Trade Mark: GOOD SERVICE K. Or' P. ANNUAL THANKSGIV ING A RECORD BREAKER. Fort Worth, Texas, March 27. St. James Baptist church was the center if attraction last Sunday, March 23rd, when the several Courts of Calanthe, the Brave Knights aug merited by the very splendid Uniform Rank and led by the famous Pan ther City K. of P. Band entered ths spacious auditorium at 2:30 Sunday afternoon. The occasional lodge was Immedi ately opened after entering the church and without superfluous re marks, the Master of Ceremonies plunged right Into bis most excel lent program. The essays and his torians remarks were Interspersed with charming anthems, Instrumental solo, that "Ho...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 March 1919

HATXAS, BXTKBSS, DALLAS. TEX AS, SATURDAY, UfAltClI gfl, 1919. SLXTY DOLLAR DOSIS TO SOLDIERS. V. S. Government Gives $60.00 In Cash to Soldiers, Officers, Female Nurses, etc, Who Have Resigned or Have Been Honorably Discharged Since April 6, 1917. Special to The Western Index. Waahlngton,D. C, March 25, 1919. In order that Colored soldiers and .sailors may be duly informed aa to their rights under a recent law paus ed by Congress, and thereby be In a position to promptly take advan tage of the Government's plan to -extend financial help to all sold iers, etc., who have been honorably separated from military or naval ser vice, Emmett J. Scott, Special As sistant to the Secretary of War, who, during the war period, has been ad vising in matters affecting the inter ests of Colored soldiers, has request ed the Negro Press of America, Ne gro clergymen, teachers and others, to give the widest possible publicity to the fact that the United States Government, by Act of Congress Ap proved F...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 March 1919

4 i T 1 V V TI1K DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1919. Li:;CEP,EDTOOLOi!Q Great Men Who Outlived Their Hours of Fame. Henry Wattc-con Tell of Statesmen, Nationally famous. Who Became Pitiable Spectacles Amid Scenea . They Once Adorned. Between Illy lillot and tlie uiiid of souse, the liiimtlc and tlio iwnn of genius, there ure decrees streaks of Idiocy and lunacy. How miiiiy expect ant politicians elected to congress linve entered Washington hII hope, eager to dure nnd do, uud have come away broken in health, fume and fortune, happy to get uuck home -sometimes unable to get awny, to linger on In ob scurity and poverty to a squalid and wretched old age. I have lived lon enough to have known many such: Senators who have filled the galleries when they rose to peak; house heroes living while they could on borrowed money, then hang ing about the hotels bef.glng for money to buy k" drink. There was a famous stntexman and orator who came to this a' Inst, of whom the typi...

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