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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 16 July 1921

THH DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, BATTItDAT, JCLT 10, 1921. PAGE TITR I! fl it BLACK BILLY SUN DAY" TELLS HEEDS OF COLORED RACE IN NATION'S WARS Los Angeles, Cal., July 14. Rev. J. O. McPherson. the "Black Billy Sun day" of Austin, Texas, speaking; on "The Red-Blooded Americanism or the Negro" before the American Patriot ic League In Rose Hill Park, said In part: "It was during; those stirring revo lution times that the Negro proved himself a , 100 per cent redbiooded American, for when the British red coats came to bring the Infant re public Into subjection to taxation without representation, the first pa patriot band that marched across Bos ton Commons was led by Immortal Crispus Attucks, a Negro, who made there the supreme sacrifice, and his was the first blood shed In that great struggle for freedom and American independence. "In the most critical period of his tory, the American Negro's loyalty and Americanism have been tested and tried in history. Unlike the In dian, smarting...

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. — 16 July 1921

PACJH FOUR THK DALLA8 EXTRBH8, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY it, 92t. J(HWMMM TT1E DALLAS EXVkLn. rttlTREE MEMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRE88 ASSOCIATION. Publlaned every Saturday mornln. Id tbo year at 2600 Swiss Avenue bv TI1B HAM. AS KVl'IIFH rVIILlSHI.XU OMPAMf. (Incorporated) Dallas. Texan. Km York OMIce, Frost and Frost tt N. 2ttb Street. I hlcnuo OlUoe, Front an Frost. Mey e Hutlilinc. Atlantn Oltlre, Frost mm Frost, Cmm- airr llllillllnu. Nnahvllle OBIce Frnt mm Froot. la epemleat Ufe llullilln. snvscRirnoxs cr adyajtce. One Year.... $3.00 6lz Months . 1.60 Three Month 1.00 Single Copy . .10 NOTICE TO THK I'llll.lC. Any erroneous reflection upon the charucter, rtandmg or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear In the column of Th Dallas Express will be gladly cor rected upou In being brought to the attention if the publlnhrrs. Entered at Post Office at Dalia. Texas, as econd-clas matter, undei Act o' Congress. March 1S73. I.MPOUTAKT. No mibrnption. mailed for...

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 July 1921

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1981. PAGE FITO FRENCH COLONIES PROSPEROUS UKDEB KKl'UBUCS HUMANE JRl'Ll;- With Area 22 Times as Great as Mother Country and Aggregate Pop lation of o8,00,000 Future looks Bright Iudoti. 1 By Dr. Gustave De Ia Jarrie. An Annamito proverb Fays: "Nav igating a river, one has to follow lis turnings; entering a house, one inust follow Its customs." In govnrn ni? Lor colonial possessions franco has always followed this counsc', observing two esr-entUils tli tart oC the, natives (i. e., their customs) and .ho part of the lecislator (1. e.t the law). Fo: France the penetration of civ ilization means her lest und super ior gifts, without destroying the racial attributes of the annexed peo ples. In fact, she considers that, no matter how inferior a race may be. this people is nevertheless conscious of a certain rudimentary science, demanding comparison with what is offered in place of it One must not forget that the na Uve is the living i...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 16 July 1921

TUCV, SIX. THK DALLAS KXPRKS8. DALLAS, TEXAS, STCUDAY, tXTLY 16, 1621. ill 'i BASE BALL AHD 0THER SPORTS fy ill Hi H BT J. ALB AUSTU X d d QMS SWEEP SERIES Crab Pitchers Fall Beneath a Barrage of Heavy Firing. DEFENSE CRACK, AND THEIR OFFERINGS SMASHED INTO SUBMISSION BIG BERTHA'S PITCHER JILES WRECKED VENGEANCE FOR SECOND TIME, BUT MISER ABLY FAILED. REUBEN JONES FEATURED WITH TWO HOME RUN SMASHES. The fast going Dallas Black Giants, closed a successful three days engagement with Galvesto Sand Crabs, here with Monday's double header. The Giants making a clean sweep of the dories. . The opening game Saturday was nip and tur-k affair. The Crabs over.come a three run lead In the eighth and threatened the local's defeat. I'ltcher Baker of the home club who had been pitching good ball cracked in the seventh and eight allowed the visitors to tie the count. Richards was shoved In with the bases clogged and two men out, first 'man to face him got a slngte and scored a run and then the big ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 16 July 1921

THE DALLAS KXl'KESS, DALLAS, TKXAS, KATCRDAY, 4TJLY 16, 1021. PAGE 8EVK5. 1 i I a i i 1 ""'""" "fyj-rM'',n'''-,,-;'r'"W1i''" ' i jif,,, jjj t- r-r t , , -mrmrn- m. mU uiu..,,. i m n . ' PERSONAL MENTION Mr. B. F. Blaine of Cuney,,Texas, was a pleasant visitor at the Ex press Saturday. Mrs. Nannie B. Foster, of 2901 Thomas avenue, and Mrs. O. G. Love of 2525 Washington avenue, left Tuesday morning for Denver, Colo., and other Cities in that sec. tlon, where they will spend their Waxahachie, where she went on a summer vacation. COt'PLK OFFER HOME TO NE. GKOKH AFTER SXVB BV NEIGi. HBOKS. Chai ne tOBsi Represented Husband oh I'npatriotic und Drove Away Friends. , Brooklyn, N. Y., July 14. They was considerable excitement In the vicinity of Vine and Pacific Sts Jamaica, as the result of the ap. pearnce, a few days go, on the side of the home of Mr. and Mrs. Her 'man Schmid of a sign reading. "This corner property for sale. Colored people preferred. Owner H. Schmid. Apply within." The Sch...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 16 July 1921

1 ST THK DAIjTiAS EXFKES8, PALLAS, TEXAS, SATFRPAT, JTXY 16, 1921. ffi RIGHT ill ft... VELVET BROWN PREPAR ARATIONS , For SKIN aud HAIR are the re sult of ynars of experiment and study by me. -The fact that I am a graduate In Medicine and OentUtry la a 0 UARANTKB that the best drugs, properly cornblaed, are sued, in my prep arations. In lew; 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 perfect! all day and keens the skin soft and tender as a spring vlolot. Hair ruined by nature or harm ful preparations respond readily to my OKOWER. The PRKHKINO Oil. givei a fine gloss and U nearly smokeless. l.'SIS these preparations and you will catch this ainlle. Tehet Ilrovm Fat Cream 11.10 Velvet Brown Jlnlr tirower .62 Velvet Urown l'nnlnir Oil Ji2 Velvet Urown Temple Grower .L' Agents wanted. Liberal comn.ls ion. Information given and or dern filled hv DR. FRA...

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

-'ilR'UTY OF TJ22A3 ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE A CHAMPION OF JUSTICE A MESSENGER OF HOPE, I i . . i ,i - i , , - . - ' Founded by w. e. King The Republican Party Is The Ship, All Else Is The Sea."Fr'd Douglas. per annum w.oo. VOL. XXVIII, NO. 42. ' ' THK DALLAS EXPRESS, DAIXAS, TKJAS, "SATURDAY, JULY 23, 1981. PRICE TEH CENTS. 0 IB PAHTHER Cll! 1 M NATIONAL PRESS WEEK TO BE OB SERVEDBY ALL, SEPfEMBER 18-24 PART PLAYED BY PRESS IN NATIONS ADVANCEMENT WILL BE TOLD. PROGRAM PROGESSIVE. The first National Press Week will be observed from September 18 to September 24. This Idea Is fostered by The Associated Negro Press, but It Is hoped that publications thruuKhout the country as well aa various organi zations, Willi combine to make the event a success. The object Is to acquaint the public more fully with the part the newspa pers of the country have taken In making the nation great, and the very important responsibilities resting with the press at this time In the molding o...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 23 July 1921

i 'i ' iiimkwtmm iili ii PAGE TWO. THE PAIXAS EXPRESS, D-MXAS, TKJAS, SATCRDAY. JULY 88, 1921. ml VELVET EROWN PREPAR-ARATiGNS For SKIN and HAIR are the re sult of year of experiment and study by rue. The fact that I am a graduate- Id Medicine and OentiBtry is a Q DAKANTEE that the bent drugs, properly combined, are aued in my prep arations. In lesu 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 oil duy and kcep9 the skin soft and tender us a spring violet. - Hair ruined by nature or harm ful preparation rep.nd i roajlliy to my a UOW Ell. The FRESHING OIL, gives ft fine glos and It nearly utiiokelcnM. ink tlK.se preparations and you will cnlch this smile. Velvet llruwn Face (Team 11.10 Velvet llruwn Hair (.rower J2 Velvet Iinmii 1'resslnir Oil -'- Velvet Itrov.il Temple Grower .2(1 Agents wanted. Liberal comn-is-sion. Information given and or...

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

-ih- THE DAMiAS EXPRESS, PAIXAS, TEJA8, SATURDAY, JTT.Y 28, 1021. I1- TEXAS TOl'JnS. Wichita Falls, , July 21 MIsb M. A. Donaldson, the popular pharmacist at the Park Street Drug Store and who has been at her home In Paris, lexas, sin e early in May attending her sick mother, who submitted to two amputations of her leg and other minor operations, Is on the job again at the above named stand, and reports her mother doing line. De partures: Mrs. Annie Williams to Denver, Colorado; Mrs. Ada Butler to Pittsburgh, Texas; Mr. C. J. Baker, Mesdames T. S. Jackson, Ber tha Jones and A. W. Maxine, to the Masonic ana Eastern Star Grand Lodge meeting In Fort Worth; Mes. dames C. C. Trimble and Steve Sar gent, to Little Hock, Arkansas, to the national meeting of the Mosaics: Miss M. A. Donaldson to San An tonio, to the state medical associ ation; Miss Bernice Trimble to Fort Worth, in attendance to the Grand Lodge, and visiting Mrs. Dr. Ransom and other friends. Big attraction at the Wichita The...

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

J THH DA IX A 8 KXTOESS, DAIXAB, TKJAfi, SATXHDAY, JTIT28, IIW1. PAGB POIT THE DALLAS EXPRESS, r VFH Mtr.lBER national negro press Association. Published every Saturday niornln. la the year at 2600 Swiss Avenue bv TUB DAM, A HXPHRM rTBLISHlKfU COMPAKV. (Incorporated) Dallas. Texan. Krn York Oftlre, Frosl aad FroM 12 N. 201 k Strret. Cfclenn Ofltre, Kraut and Front, Boy. - M Itulhllns. Atlantn ofllre. Frost and Front, Ca--dlrr llulltllnu. Nashville Office Fn. aad Frost, In d'peadrat Life llullillna. 8CBSCRIPTI0SS 15 ADYAffCE. One) Year. 13.00 Six Months..... 1.60 Three Months. 1 . 1.00 Single Copy .10 NOT I CI'. TO. TIIU I'lllMC. Any erroneous reflection upon tin charactr, Mandjng r reputation ot any person, llrm or corporation whtch may appear In the column of Tin Dallas Express will be gladly cor rected upuu In being brought to the attention of the publishers. Entered at Pont Office at Pallas, Texas, an second-class mnlter, undei Act o' Congress. March 1873. IMPORTANT. No aubcriptt...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 23 July 1921

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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. — 23 July 1921

ill ' n IBITBB IT J. AtOA AUSTIN jfj GIANTS CRAB WICHITA FALLS BLACK SPUDDERS DROPPED THREE TO LOCALS BUT MADE THEM HUSTLE TO DO IT. VIS ITORS PUT UP A STRONG AND DEFENSIVE FIGHT HOME GUARDS NOW MAKING A SOUTHERN INVASION. In (our well fought, and well played games on local heath hern, this and last week, the Dallas Black Giants snatched three games out of the fire In a red hot nlnth inning Garrlnon finish from the fighting Black Spudders of Wichita Falls. . The Spuds put up a stiff argu. mont In each of their battles and made the fast traveling tribe of Black Giants extend themselves and fight ta the ditch in Saturday, Sun day and Monday's games. The opening game Saturday was replete with umny brilliant features. Iteed, the mlget hurler of the visitors 'hurling staff pitched a brilliant brand of base ball, holding the Giants runless for three rounds. In this round the visitors gained a one run load and the Giants came" back in their half of the fourth and led the count: the visitor...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 23 July 1921

J THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEJAS, 8ATCTWAY, JTCLY 28, 1921. PAOK 8ETEH. PERSONAL MENTION Mr. A. Powell, of Rison, Ark., ar rived In the city Thursday and la the guest of bis daughter, Mrs. Marie Hart, 2604 Swiss Avenue. He Is also the uncle of Mr. D. F- Powell of this city. MISS McGEE MAKES DEBUT IN SOCIETY. Miss Pearl McGee, the charming daughter of Mrs. M. McGee and sis ter of Mrs. Edith Lee, 2800 Thomas Ave., made her Initial bow in society Wednesday night, July 20. Miss McGee was accompanied by her mother, Mr. Page of New York, Misses Thelma and Ethel McCall, L'sther and Ethel Boswell, Mrs. Iluth , Mason-Ward, Messrs. Alfred Martin, Alfred Hawkins, A. W. Hrasher, Chester Carson and H. Thompson. The young ladles were very beau tifully gowned. The young men were all neatly' dressed. Dancing and card playing on the lown were the special features of Uie evening. 'Every one present enjoyed a pleas, unt evening. A delicious punch, was served. This was one of the most fascina ting s...

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. — 23 July 1921

MMr&. ' 4 ' THE DALLAS I'XPRESS, DALLAS. TEJAR, SATURDAY, JVLY 23, 1B21. 'OR RIGHT lit ill 'I " ! " f I i " ,"7 , si PERSONALS. MiR3 Esther Phillips and Miss Laura I-ane were visiting relatives and friends In Vernon, Texas; are now on a flying trip to Denver, Colo., after bclr there for a few days, will leave for California, their future home. , Mrs. Mallee Moseley, Princess of St Francis Kingdom No. 8, Royal Family, at Fort Worth, was o pleas ant caller at the . Dallas Express office lat week. Mr. Myles Anderson Paige, of New York City, an alumnus of Howard University Is visiting Mrs. F. A. McGee's family of this city. Mr. Palfie Is to enter Cornell Unl. Tersitr, in New York, to study law. I a dies Aid number 3. of the Methodist Episcopal Church met at the home of Mrs. Rosa on Fuqua street, last Thursday evening. T. V. Savage, a young white man. aged 19, living at 2024 Bourbon street, was found dying In his home about 6:30 Sunday morning. A bottle containing poison was found at...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 6 August 1921

r GOODVIIJ libkap.iai: ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE -IN SERVICE A CHAMPION OF JUSTICE A MESSENGER OF MOPE T I Founded by W. E. King The Republican Party Is The Ship, All Else Is The. Sar'Ffi Douglas. PER ANNUM $3.00. PRICE TEN CENTS. VOL. XXVUI JfO. 44. THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST fl, UK!1. T M 1 i I M G3 i mMliv! ! i 1 11 i EH i II 1 1 m lnJ MSI - , ! . - - . I : FAMOUS McCRARY CASE SETTLED BY NON-SUIT FINDINGS OF COURT. FAMOUS $100,000 SUIT AGAINST WEALTHY NORTH CAROLINAN RESULTS IN NON-SUIT DECISION. (By A. N. P.) Cincinnati, Ohio, Aug. 4. August 10th, 1920, not qultf a year ago. the startling report was published thro ughout the country that Robert Bax ter McRary, L. I,. II., a wealthy, well educated and highly respected Negro gentleman of Lexington, North Caro lina, had been apprehended by a self constituted posse of men and forced to leave his home at the peril of his life. A suit was later field agalnet Dr. McRary by a prominent white man, R. Tl. Var...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 6 August 1921

rkGv. two. THE DALLAS IMPRESS, 1) ALLAH, TEXAS, ATfRDAY, AUGUST 6, 1021. VEVET BROWN PREPAR ARATIONS For SKIN and HAIR are the re mit of years of experiment and study by me. The fact thst I am a graduate in Medicine and iit-ntiatry Is a O U A R A N T EE that the best drugs, properly combined, are sued in my prep arations. In lest; than a year on the mar ket these goods have followed this Express ad into thousands of homes and made good. THE CREAM positiTely BLEACHES; removes every blem ish, holds any powder perfectly all day and keeps the skin soft and tender as a spring violet. Hair ruined by nature or harm ful preparation respond rcndlly to my GROWER. The PRESHINJ OIL give a fine lof and la Dearly smokeless. I Mi these preparations and you will CRtrh thla mile. Velvet ilrown fare Cream 11.10 Velvet Itruwn Jlnir (;rwer -2 Velvet Itruwn I'resKlntc Oil .52 Velvet Ilrown Temple Grower .211 Agents wanted. Liberal comn.la eion. Information given and Or ders filled, bv DR. FRANK J. HAWKI...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 6 August 1921

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1921. PAGK TUTlKfi Texas Paris, Aug. 4 Rev. J. It. Miner, S. A. Brackeen and Rev. Evans have returned from the Zion Baptist Con vention which convened at DeKalb. They report a great session. Among .'the new officers elected at the Zion Baptist Sunday School Convention, Paris, was represented by the elec tion of Prof, B. H. Graham, the sup erintendent o St. Paul, to the olllct of Corresponding Secretary to suc ceed Dr. C. N. Hampton,, who bo.- ' cause of his duties as State Supt of Missions, was not a candidate tor re-emction. The convention will meet next year with the Olive Branch Bapitst Church of Farbj, of which Rev. S. A. Brackeen is pastor. Rev. Evans is conducting a revival at the ML vCannan Baptist church. Hon. Roscoe Conklin Simmons was in the city Sunday the guest of Hon. G. M. Guest On Monday a party mo tored to Bonham, where Mr. Sim mons spoke to a large audience. The party included Hon. and Mrs. G. M. Guest, Hon. Ros...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 6 August 1921

.'.a.- fcWm Jsr THE DALLAS KXPRKSS. PALLAS, TEXAS, KATVRPAY. AUCCST 6. 1921. - PAOB FOlJR 11 f. r- THE DALLAS lifXIMlh. fip.tt w iEttVlCt MtrV.BER NATIONAL NEGRO PRE8S ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday mornln. In the year at 2600 Swiss Aver.u bv THE DALLAS EXI'ltRI iMJHLISHItfO CUMI'AM. (Incorporated) v Dallas. Texan. New York Oftlrc, Krone a a Kroal 12 N. Sib "Itftl. Chic Olurc, Frost and Kraut, llay e Itnllrtln-;. Atlanta Olllre, Frost and Front, Can dler UulliHiiu. Nashville Olltre Fri.t " Frost. In araaat Life llulldlna. SpnSClUPTIONS 15 ADVAfffE. One Year. . . 13.00 Blx Months 1.60 Three Months 1.00 Single Copy . . .10 MUTICK TO TUB 1'lULtC. Any erronsous reflection upon the .1. i.l. .iBn.li . reniilullriit nf mtif mill Kit " " may appear In the column of Tn Dallas Kxpress will ba gladly cor rected llpi'V " be?nr brought to th attention ot the publishers. Entered at Pout Office at Dallas, Texas, as second-elas matter, undei Act o' Conarena. March 1(179. IMPORTANT. No subcri...

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

PAGE) FTVB 33 THE BIG SALE IS STILL GOING ON AT FULL BLAST. THOUSANDS OF BARGAINS YET REMAIN FOR YOU COME WITH THE CROWDS JUST A FEW OF OUR MANY VALUES ! Ladies Gingham Apron Dresses Window Shades, Guaranteed Rollers, .59c J; )f II Ol I! D I n a. a ti n il r.rl II nil In nil Oil - T Q n t r eppcieil OllCCllliy, DIGdUlicu aim White Voile Dresses for Ladies Men's Blue Work Shirts 3 Laces and Insertions, up to 4 inches wide - .04c ; Ladies Summer Weight Unions i Men's Nainsook Unions - EVERYTHING REDUCED DYSTERBACH'S THE POPULAR iiiMiniitMiiiiHiaiiMniMMiDiMiHiiMMaiHinHiiMC3nMitMniiaTtiHuiiHiauinMiiiiiaiiitiiuii'niiMFiiiiiDiiiniiiMii3ntiFiittiriaitr iiQiiiiiniitiiuiitiiiiiHi(E3iniiiiinciiiitniiiiiittiiiiiittiiir3iiHi)iiitnc3iiiM aiitiiHiiiutiiiiciiiiMtntii ima iiiiiiiniiniiif. j JJioiih!i B5 ill I Vinia,iii,iitiniiiiitiiiiiiEiiiiiiiiiiiMEaiiitiiuiiiiaiHitHiitHaiitiniiiUDiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiniiniiniiiiiiMMiniHiiniiHiaitiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiM. SM lliniltllltnilinMIIIIIIII n 11 11 ! I 1111111 O III...

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

jA;k sit THB PALLAS EXPRESS, PAMPAS. TEXAS, SATfKPAY, AVOtJST 6, t92i RACIAL LEADERS. fy(l Xeftroea Who Have Promoted the Welfare of Their Race PHILADELPHIA haa not hereto. Hire been -wholly neglectful of re. wants "of merit and memorial dis tinction for the leaders of the Negro race. Two of the public schools of no ciry nave been named for cltl mins of that race, Octavius V. Catto and James Forten. But others, em. Snont , among the Intellectual lead ers of their race, such as Richard Allen, AhHalom Jones, Henry Ho. Bier, Cordelia A. Jennings, Fanny Jackson Coffin, James Perham, Rob ert Purvis, Benjamin Tanner, Paul ' Cuffo and Oanlel A. Payno, whose lives touched this city at different periods of the- eighteenth and nine teenth centuries, come readily to mind among those familiar with the achievements of the blacks In Phil aelelphla. The oldeHt of them all. In point of ' chronology,' was Absalom Jones, a Pole-ware slave Negro, who purchas ed his freedom during the Revolu tionary pe...

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