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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 6 August 1921

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DAIJ.AS, TEXAS, BATniMY, AUGUST 6, 1921. PACK Sr'VKN. 4 HIS HUH IB lill 111.11 DALLAS AND HOUTSON TO PLAY FOUR GAMES AT SAN ANTONIO It was some smash administered the Beaumont Oilers when the Dal. las Black Giants invaded the old burg Saturday, Sunday and Mon day, playing a double bill on the Sabbath. The North Texas birds struck the once queen of Texas Oil Fields like a tropical storm sweeping every thing in its. wake. Tearing away threatening rallies, smashing the Walls of the pitchers defense and up.rootlng the tree of the locals' Inner defense was some of the few stunts pulled by the an. gry winds of North Texas. The Oilers were 'Outplayed, out. classed and out generalled in every department, result of the games will be found elsewhere on this page. RESULTS. Cfub Date Score Wichita Falls o at July 25 Houston , . 1 Wichita Falls 5 6 5 .4 0-6 at July 30 Galveston Wichita Falls at July 31 Galveston Fort Worth at Two games July 31. Houston .... Dallas at Beaumont...

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. — 6 August 1921

' ' ''- ' ! , . , ....OTW"""" Mrs. harry Armstrong of I08 Analog, Calif., la m the city visit ing her aunt, Mr. Jane Patterson, 100 Flora Street Sne was enter tained Thursduy night. , Mrs- Frankie Williams. 709 A'len street, will leave next Thursday for tins Angeles California, her future liome. Mrs. Williams has sold all of her household effects and will leavo to Join her husband, who 1b already m Ixik Angeles- Mu Birdie Iiolw, 2811 Cochran Street, attended the M. K. District was a delegate from St Paul M. K. Conference at Ferris last eek. Shfc church. Mrs. Ella Mae Lee, 250(1 Jfullett, on ardent subscriber to the Dallas Impress, Is sick at her home Mrs. U R. Randlo, W27 Junius street, loft Saturday morning to visit her sister. Mrs. Sarah Dunnlngton, Athens, Texas. Who Is Prof. TylerT Why Dearlo lie is tho race's greatest poet. He in the late Paul Lawrence Dunbar's superior. Well, let's all go to hear him at City Hull. Aug. 8th. 8-6.lt Dr. A. II. Dyson Ie(t Monday for fit. Louis, M...

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. — 13 August 1921

MUST in 3 il Ml . ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE A CHAMPION OF JUSTICE A MESSENGER OF HOPE i i i i I Founded by w. e. king , Tht Republican Parly Is The Ship, Ml Else Is ThHm ." ftW Doug'as. 1 . per axntjm tarn VOL. XXV1U, NO. 44. THK DALLAS KXrilEsSTu ALLAH, TlixlsTsATirilbAV, AUGUST 13, 1021 " " MUCH TEsfcBNTsT t . ; LD F t ;J pi- X. ED 111 M ODD FELLOWS RAISE BURIAL ALLOW ANCE FROM $75 TO $100 WITHOUT EX TRA TAXATION. ALL OFFICERS RE ELECTED HAS RESOURCES OF $358,263-.34. Houston, Tex. Aug. 11. A large and appreciative audience filled the City Auditorium last Monday night at which time the oponlng program of the 42nd Grand 'Lodge of Odd Fellows and Household of Ruth was carried out. The following program was render ed: Opening Son Antloch Choir 1. Invocation 2. Song Mt. Vernon Choir Rev. E. H. Holdcn, ML Version M. E. 3. Welcome Address Editor C. F. Richardson 4. Response ....Prof. Q. W. Jackson 6. Duet Mrs. Ada Dogwell and Miss Willie Thomas 6. Welcome Address In Beha...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 13 August 1921

THB DAIXAS EXTKCS8, PALLAS, TEXAS, SATVKPAY, ACOPST 19, 1921 TAGE TWO. VELVET EROWN PREPAR- ARAMS . ' For SKIN and UAia are the re tult of yean of experiment snd study by me. The fact that I in a graduate in Medicine and Dentistry in a Q UARANTEE that the bent drugs, properly combined, are sued 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 goods THE CREAM positively BI.EACHES; removes every blem ish, holds any powder perfectly all day and keeps the skin soft and tenuer as a spring violet. Hair ruined by nature or harm ful preparations respond readily to my L KOW Kit. The PRESSING OIL. gives a fine gloss and la pearly smnkeloss, l!iB these preparations and you will catih thin smile. TelTet llrown Face CTeam fl.JO Velvet llrown Hair Grower -IS! Velvet Brown I'resslug Oil ."'2 Velvet llrown Temple Grower i' Agents wanted. Liberal commis sion, lnfdrmatlon given and or ders fll'rd hw DR. FRANK J. HAW...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 13 August 1921

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 1S 1921 PAGE THREE Hi fV - BASE BALL AND OTHER SPORTS Ji A fiX fa 0 ' EDITED BT J. ALBA AUSTIB X 0 1 ' (J 0 JOHNSON-WILLS TILT ANUTHtK BIG CARD i BLACK GIANTS TO GRAZE I WICHITA FALLS. THE SPU A TERRIFIC CLIP. The local squad of the Texas Col ored Loop put In their appearance here Friday morning, looking fit as fiddle and appeared to be right for their mill with Wichita Falls, Frl. day, Saturday and Sunday. The Spudders are playing a jam up game now and a tilt with the some first class exhibition of the,yUR JHY pfJY NEXT. nation past time. With Reed and Hicks on the' Beaumont Mound for the visitors (two of the at beBt pitchers In the ' loop) going Ft. Worth August 13, 14, 15 for the Giants should be everything Wichita Falls but easy. - I at A. 'Dallas August 12, 13, 14 The local club broke even on the Galveston road and their at home engagement a if it is In any ways a success, should Houston Aucust 13. 14. 15 nose tne uunaioea . o...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 13 August 1921

THR KXPUBSH, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGC8T 13, 1021 PAGB POI R : 2 11 I 5!., J I if 5. V H m THE DALLAS HXl'KUSS. MEMBER fipst m LKVIC MfcWBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday mornln, tn the year at UOO Swiss . Avenue bv the vCI.i.a kviii; rtiii.isiiia COMI'Akt, (Incorporated) f)ulla, Texan. Krm Ynrk Olllro, Kro and Krol 12 N. 2111k Ktrrrt. Chli-nuo Office, Frant mn Frl. Hoy- ft uilillnb. Allanfii oillrr, Frost anal ''wa. -'" ! HiiililiiiK. Nanhvillr iifflrf Fr and front, In-alrpa-ndrnl l.lfr llulhllair. -' SCIISfRIPTIOSS 15 ADVANCE. One Year .. 13.00 SI Months 1-60 Three Months . . 1.00 Single Copy -'0 no i it i; T't TIIK I'UIIWO. Any erroneous rellectlon upon ttv character, Handing reputation o( any person, llrin or corporation which may appear In the column f 'i'n. Dallas Kipress will be gladly cor- rectd upt'U Ita b.-ttig brought to the attention ' the publishers. ICntered at Post Office at Dallas, Texan, an "conJ-cln milter, undei Act o' Conarres. Ma...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 13 August 1921

'-'of - ink. friiiflwMn.irwi.'.jtJkw, pi -i..TjaVi THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DAIJAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 1021 PAGE FIVB V PANORAMIC VIEW OF MEXICO, THE LAND OF OPPORTUNITY. F.y l M. R011INICTT, tiful moouinent, a Rem of the aculp- Instructor of Spanish, DalliiH Colored ' torn err. erer-ted In memory of the High School. j soldlor-poet Manuel Acuna. On one I plde of the etatutc these words stand The indivldunl who la charmed with out In bond relief: "To the famous the beautloH of nature could feast to Coahullan Poet "Manuel Acuna this' hfs hearts content In traveling through monument la erected by a grateful Mexico; for It la truly the Kiirden spot and -appreciative people." Standing of the world. An ono travels South alone In the shadow of that Imposing .different vistas open up to him. Tho marble structure I could with a (freat pri.ttiest part of Mexico lies In the i er degree appreciate that excellent region comprised by the states of Jal- ! poem of his "Al ltosarlo." To the Tto ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 13 August 1921

THE DALLAS KX PRESS, DAIUS, TEXAS. SATTRDAY, AUGUST 13, 1021 PAGE SIX r--mnnivwMwvimmwMmamMmBW inmiumminwioaiaiaMigmmumnntMmii JIHMMMwII i I i S B i I i ? - -TmiUUiniHlMUUOIWHlllllHIIWnMttlMi Marshall, Aug. ll-r-Returned from Odd Fellows Grand Lodge at Hous ton, Texas, Mr. Thomas Branham, Mrs. Katie Murphy, Alberta Robin son, Mrs- Maud Hyde, Mrs. Grace Calloway, MIbs Mae Sue Porter, "William Smith and T. F. Dennis, Auditor. The accompanied Grand Mafclcr Goree to Marshall. Mrs. Muckolroy and little son were parties to our party. Tboy report a most excellent time and a prosperous session- They are In loud praise of the Patriafchy. Mrs. Manervla McDonald, or Mother McDonald, died at her homo on East Howie streot after a long Illness. She bad almost reached five score; was a member of Uie Ancient Order of Pilgrims; was bur ied with their honors; laid to rest in the Mack Johnson cemetery. The leaves two sons and three or four daughters and a host of friends to Won i n her lost Rev. J. B....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 13 August 1921

PACK SEVEN. NEGRO IN SOUTH CRAVES SCHOOLING. New York. N. Y., Aug. 11. Unless the people of the south wake up to their opportunities, they will find a hundred years hence that the southern stutes contain a greater number and a larper percentage of educated Ne groes than whites," declared lr. Frank J- lianhmnn at the Columbia Univer sity conference on rural education. Dr. Bach man, who Is a specialist for the General Education Board ex plained that, the Negro, In relation to , his resources, is doing as much as nny other class. In so'klng education. He assumes an almost religious zeal In Ms studies. The general education board -plans to found a training college for Ne gro teachers somewhere in the south which will -be on a par with the teach ers' college at Columbia University or the training school for teachers a Chicago University. "Tho board feels confident that this Institution will be well attended and that its results will be encouraging, added Dr. Bachman. "I can safely say th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 13 August 1921

PAGE) K1UKT THE DALLAS EATRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 1921 1 TnTiT i 13 ma: i , 'i i i II ii 1 1 rv in i 1 1 1 f inn .ww Mr. and Mrs. Will Hunter and Miss Vesta Brawley left last Tuob day for Ablnglon, Va., where they will bpeud a months vacation with ltti.-iiivpa and friends. Where are you going to worsniD aura, minora miliums woous 01 jer tomorrow (Sunday) at St. John rell to Mr. Chas. A. Jones of this JONES-WOODSNUPTLALS. Cards were received In Dallas last week announcing the marriage of liaptlHt Church 3 o'clock. Mrs. Ijiura Holmea, 610 Good St., and her slHtor, Mrs. Ida 6wanaan, 406 Henry St, left for Dcnluon. Texas, Sunday morning, August 7 to witness the baptizing of tbelr mother, Mrs. lAura Muckelroy of that city. To hear who? One of the great est renowned speakers of Dallas, Dr. C. C. Harper, Ph. D., D. V., L.L. IX 'SubJert: "TUB HAND-WRITJNO ON THE WALU" You will miss a! city. The event took place Sunday niBfct, July 31 at Terrell, Texas. Mrs. Jones was forme...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 20 August 1921

JW.M turn r goodvis iibsap.ia:: .VJGTIII ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCnVE IN SERVICE Htm.- Pounded by w. e. King The Republican Party 1$ The Ship, All El $e 1? tt:'Fi ou-va. , . per ajotpm 93.60. YOU XXYIU, NO. 45. THK DALLAS EXPRESS, PAULAS, TEXAS. aVTt'RDAY, AVGt'ST 20, 1921. PRICB TEX CENTS. HAD PASTORED CHURCH IN GALVES TON FOR 32 YEARS; A POWER IN POLI TICS FOR MORE THAN QUARTER OF CENTURY. FUNERAL IN CHARGE OF BAPTISTS OF STATE. " Gafveston, Texas, Auk. 18- The state of Texas and the nation as well were thrown Into Badness by the death on Monday night of Rev. A. Barber, leading Haptlst Pastor na tionally known and generally loved The end came as a closing chapter to a year's Illness courageously fought off but finally succumbed to after a gallant fight of two months dur ing which Rev. Barber was confined to bed. Dr. Barber, about 64 years of age has successfully pastored Macedonia Baptist Church of Galveston for 32 years. During this time he had built up a reputation among the pe...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 20 August 1921

,X'' T.m', to I 7 ' ' V 1 PAGE TITO. VZLVET DROWN PREPAR ARATIOIiS For SKIN and HAIR are the re sult of years of experiment and study by mo. The fact that I ara a graduate in Medicine and Oentistry ia a a UAH ANT EE that the best drugs, properly combined, are sued 4n my prep V -,.exfc-U a.-? arations. "' in icst, than a year on the mar ket these ooda have followed this Express ad Into thousands .of hoiui'S and made good. THE CREAM poal lively 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 preparations responds readily to my GitOWKR. The PRESSING OIL give a fine gloss and ' la nearly smokeless. ISIS theme preparations and you will catch thl anille. t Velvet Hruns lace Iream 11.10 Velvet llrown llulr (Jrower A2 V.het Mrown l'resslntr Oil j2 Velvet llrown Temple Grower .28 Aents wanted, Liberal cpmu.lH sion. Information glvi-n and or der fll'od bv DR. FRANK J. HAWKINS, M. !.. ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 20 August 1921

rji THK DALLAS EXPRESS, PALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY AUGUST 20, 1921. PAGE THREE! Your Paper" A: II II BASE BALL AND OTHER SPORTS '11 fljf ' ' 1 0 vljV 0 EDITED BY J. ALBA AUSTIN X (9 Jf JJL 0YVM (( ' l X l l l I I GIANTS AND BUFFS IN DEATH STRUGGLE Giants Grab Two Out of Three From Spudders. STANDING OF THE CLUBS. In one of the most crucial series .ever, the game would displayed In the annals of Negro base ball flashes of real base ball the local Ft. Worth history will be seen Friday Satur. club were playing an outfielder in Beaumont .61 Club P. Houston 63 Dallas 68 Galveston 67 56 day and Sunday, between the Hous. Short as short stop Hamilton was Wichita Fells 61 W. 39 40 36 29 29 16 Rex. J. E. W. Wilson and Prof. 0. K. Manning are attending the dis trict conference at Lovelady. Mrs. E. J. Kirven and children visited relatives at Wortham last week, re turned Sunday- Slimmer School closed last Friday at the Booker Washington School. Principal Kir- L. Pet. ven reports a very successful t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 20 August 1921

f v THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS. SATURDAY, AVGV8T 80, 1921. PAGH FOt'R i. THE DALLAS KXPKKSS. tumct .MEMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. L Published every Saturday mornln. IB the year at 20Q Swiss Avenue " bv THE DALLAS fSXI'HKM MJULISHIIVG OOMHAftY. (Incorporated) Dallas. Texas. . New York omer, Krost mm FrMI U N. 26tfc afreet. ChlrK 0e, r'rost Fr, Boy- C IlkllfUBIX. Atlanln Olfice, Frost aa Frokt. Caa alrr lliillilinic. Nashville outer Front aaa Frost, la rprndral Life llulldlnai. sunsrBiTTioSs nr adtasce. One Year 13.00 Six Mouths Three Monthly Single Copy 1.60 1.00 .10 NOTICkS TO TUB PUBLIC. Any erroneous reflection upon the character, ttaiiding; ' reputation of any person. Arm or corporation which may appear In the column of The Dallaa Express will be gladly cor rected upou It being brought .to the attention of the publishers. Kntered ; at Pout Office at Dallaa, Texas, an second-class nilter, undai Act o' Conarreo. March 1873. IMFOIITANT. No mibcriptioni mailed for a...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 20 August 1921

THE PALLAS KXPRESS, DALLAS, TEX AS. SATURDAY. AUGUST 20, 1MI. FACTS fTVTB iMMiarnintMiiianiMiMiiiiaMiiiiinniDtiiMHiiiManuuiiuiraiHiiiitMiiDuiniitiinaiiurniiiiiaiimiiMn an(ainiiucniipnMtam-v iiDMiiiiiiiMiiwiiiiioiniiMiiiiiauiiiMuiiioiiMiiiHiMaiiiiiwiiiiDiiiiiiHiiiioiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiHiiHiiiaiiiHiuiiaHiiiiiniiiaimiit 3 iiDmiuiiHiiBihiuiMiiianiiihiiiiioniiHtimiaituauuiiaMiiuiiuiQiuiiuuiiinuHiUHuminiuuMiiauiiiiUHtiDiuiuuiiuniu. Ik Br3 S2 111 Sal ia I t -- a i 11 - nTanunHiiiiDiHiiiiuHiDMiiiiiMiiiHiiiHinfiMHiiiimHitiD'tiinuimaiMinimMD'iuiiiiiiiiaiiuiiuiiUD u urn a I HlmmDum i iiaiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiDiii;iiiiiiiiDiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiin uiDiiuiiiHiuaiiiiuiiiiiiaiiiiiuiuiiDiiiiiiiiiHiaimiiiiuiiai.uiiuiiiiamiiiuHuauHiiuiiiiuMiiiuiiiiiaiuiiiiiimaiuiuiiiuiDiiiiiii . Temple, Auk. 18. The little five White or South 8th struct, was fat ally burned early lust week when Bhe attempted to buna a fire in Uie cooking stove preparatory to cook ing a meal. The little child ia not expected to live,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 20 August 1921

PAC.-R MX THIS DALLAS KXPUKSS, PAMPAS, TKXAS. SATURDAY, ArGTJST 20, 1921. SFED-STKE;G GOURDE GIFTS. 9htcr; of KHHfnllals Brings Har vard Alhlfto 8ncce. J , Er WUUm Vaujfh- ' "Sv&" Gourdln, king of the world'it broad: jumpers, will try to better bis rocoi j mark of 25 feet 3 Inches next your. ' Altliouli no other mortal in the tiiKtory of .'man has ever coiuo within tlKhtlng range of this tremendous leap, the bronzed Harvard marvel is hopeful of improving the figure he net up before the eyes of, the world (it thy international college meet on July 23. 1921. And be Is not alone in this belief, because Coach "Eddie" Karrell, who picked Gourdln up a green recruit and jn two years developed him into the greatest broad Jumper of all time, la confident that bis charge is capaMo of setUng the record outside the grasp of the preset agne. Goth-din Is the first to acquire the foifect medium of speed and spring, the two great essentials in the run nJiwc broad jump.. Speed . down . the runwa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 20 August 1921

PACT? SRTK?I. 19111 ft! rrrr; i IM I If If H-' HhS If uii''-i THE DALLAS EXPRESS, PALLAS, TEXAS, SATITtPAY. AI'GUST gQ, 1921. 4 ii ... I v:': :.ii w1 fofw iiS VV L. H. LIGHTER, Reelected Supreme Clerk of the American Woodmen. Mr. Llghtner, a former Dallaaite haft been in charge of the clerical force of the American Woodmen for several years and Is noted for his efficiency and ability to get results. Dr. E. T. Williamson of this city has Just returned from an extended stay in Mexico. Dr. Williamson vis ited the following cities. S;in Luis, Potisi, Saltillo and Mexico City. Mr. .and Mrs. Gllmore f I'oitts burgh, Pa., are in the city visiting relatives. Mrs. Gilmore is nee, Mrs. Moses Roberson- Miss Geneva Thomas. 2120 Routh Street and sister, Mrs. Lula Norris, left Thursday August 11 for Atlanta. Texas, to visit their sister, Mrs. Obelia Brown. Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lewis. 2503 N. Central avenue, Thursday August 11, at 1 o'clock, a fine baby girl. The father is all Bmlles over th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 20 August 1921

ll Willi I -.Katl. i i 1 ekoa Eioirf the Dallas kxptoksk, palms, texas, SATretnAv. aucpst ao, 1921. -zs. in i ggjg . - , . 1 Leaders of the Loyal , III IFVi Anils -of America. J 1 m uo hhX r Vhfi m Add V- W H II! llli! V VV I X A X X 3 AAA X V V fln ill I " 'V , III 00 f 0U ! ftQ ?Y I S i 0 M0 ' 'W . 7,0V hJi., ' .. .. - . Wh m : : , m hftft . J. w. hunt, xu XXX Vounder and rs-elected Grand Manter of Loyal Frienda. To his' energy i find duo the aplendld growth of the order during the pant twelve month, V . , 1 VaY UhQ I . , - . . 1 ,W0 QQ , B. . CRAWFORD, ' U 0 Q Q Orand Beorotary-Treaaurer of Loyal Friends of America. Re-elected at the 0 0 A ll Orand Lodge Juat cloaed In Donlson. X I) . . , V V V Mrs M ' MRS. C. & THOMAS, . 1 , )0Q hb ' Orand MlstreB of the Loyal Frlenda, re-elected at the Oran-J Seaelon just - A A Q J) A v closed In Denlvon. . . ' AAli ill )IMMItflinUnHtS!llt(UMIIMINIIUII1MIHIHUMHWnH0tNtlWHIfOnMiniHinilNMIfllltlMIIINIINIf1ll1 I IWUMlDilwwwWNUItlWUaUIUWHUaHWIWI...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 27 August 1921

" re T TV . C i . T i . l Vi J. - - ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE A CHAMPION OF JUSTICE A MESSENGER OF HOPE I I T h Founded by w. E. King The Republican Party h The. Ship, AH El tf h T 9' . per awiotm $a.oo. VOL. XXAIiTTnO. 46. ' THE DALLAS EXI'RKSS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 27 1021. ' PRICE) TEM CENTsT Q lL P II S 1 1 E S S Lll Sllll SIICCES.S i u IMPRESSIVE PROGRAM RENDERED AT DEDICATION OF ST. JAMES ORGAN $3000 GIFT OF HON. S. W. J. 10WERY AND MOTHER FORMALLY DEDICATED BY SPECIAL SERVICE. Tuesday night, the lower floor of St. James Temple was filled with those anxious to witness the formal Installation of the new $3,000 pipe organ donated the church by Hon. S. W. J. Lowery and his mother. ai o.au, me congregation jointea In singing "Praise God From All Whom All Blessings B'low." Follow-1 Ing the singing, Dr. C. W. Abington In a concise way told of the building of the Temple, long years of service In the church of the Lowery family niiu mj uvtMiu'U wincii iiku U...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 27 August 1921

.'.V SSJU . . ;itJ.:..,- EjHK TWO. THK PALLAS EXPRKBS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 87 1021. gfjh li' i 'H-aMir i sj .la. II' -riBadf T- gmh i - V.-aWi il&'''WfTTWFw'ii&tF' M qsMSsj.Wmilllal.7i II aUe1-1 j-"1 if te . VEVET EROWII PREPAR ARATiOItS For SKIN and HAIR are the re mit of yenrs of experiment and study by me. The fact that I am a graduate in Medicine and Dentistry is a Q UAHANTEE that the best drugs, properly combined, are sued In niy prep arations. in lest; than a year on the mar ket these goods hare followed this Express ad into thousands of tomes and made good. TH12 CREAM positively BLEACHES; removes every blem ish, holds any powder perfectly all day and keeps the skin soft and tender as a spring violet. Heir ruined by nature or harm ful preparation responds readily to any GKOWh'K. The FREHHIHO OIL. gives a fine gio" and . Is nearly smokeless. 1 I .SIC these preparations and you will catch thU amile. Velvet Ilronn Face Cream $1.10 Velvet Brown linir Grower J2 ...

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