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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 17 September 1921

- j1. - if ..... . . r - -t r v -' -...A. TIOHTJt 17' " L. - ' 5c per copy "Go To School!" It Opens Next Monday 5c ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE rounded by w. e. King. The Republican Party Is The Ship AH Else Is The Sea." 'Fred Douglas. $2.25 per aiwcm VOI XXVIII NO. 49. THK DALLAS KXI'RESS DAI-LAS TtiXAS SATURDAY SKFTEMBEIt 17 1921. . '. ' PRICE FIVE CENTS o)fpnrr Full Slate for Gubernatorial Elections is Answer to Lilly Virginia Politicians. Large Delegation Present at Convention. Richmond Va. September 8 1921. (By the Press Service of The Colored Republican). The full elate for the gubernato- rial election In November was nomi- nated by acclamation in the Republi- can Mass Convention convening In Richmond here at True Reformers' Hall at 12 o'clock. The full slate follows: Governor John Mitchell Jr.; Lieuten- ant Governor Theodore Nash of Ports- mouth; Attorney General J. Thomas Newsome of Newport News Treasur- er; T E. Jackson of Staunton; Super- intendent of Public I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 17 September 1921

PCK TWO. x v u rrr u v (in: .m u ill IDITIO tT J. ALBA AUITII BLACK GIANTS WIN PANTHERS CLAW GIANTS IN FINAL SERIES - FIRST GAME SUNDAY WAS AN EXTRA INNING At FAIR. HAYNES WON OYER RICHARDSON IN PITCHING DUAL SHANKS PITCHES GREAT GAME BUT LOSES TO REED. In the final chapter of the nineteen twenty-one pennant chase the Fort Worth Black Panthers an ancient foe in local camp dropped the first game of the series 5 to 2 and grabbed both end of a double bill Sunday. " . . .. Like the mighty winds the cat heavers swooped down on the Giants hfavy artillery leaving death and destruction in their wake. The first tilt was a pitching dual between Haynes of the Cats and Son Richardson for the locals. Richardson had the beBt of the go and a commanding lead until first of the 9th; he weakened here and the Cats scored two runs tielng the count and extending the game into an extra Inning. . . The visitors ran In three scoresln their half of the 10th but the Giants failed to register and the game was...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 17 September 1921

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER J7 1021. PAOB THREE! CHURCH SOCIETY LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION ST. JAMES A. M. I. TEMPLE NOTES. The more than two weeks enter- tainment during which time a pro- gram was rendered each night and a Bazaar conducted in the basement of the church has closed. The pas- tor and members of the church do not know how to express their grat- itude to the many friends that made up the program. Not one program failed- Wednesday night September the 7th was Woodman night. Owing to the illness of some of the child- ren the "Tom Thumb Wedding" which was to be one of the features of that night had to be left out but Mrs. Williams soon found sufficient substitutes and the entertainment went forward to the delight of all present. Mrs. Williams will stage the wedding at some future date. The Young People's night was a brilliant success despite the fact that several of the young people who had inportant parts had to be away as they were delegates to the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 17 September 1921

3. EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER IT 1921 PAGB Fovn THE DALLAS EXPRESS HtMTBER MbMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. PiMl.hcd every Raturday mornln. In th year at 1(00 Swiaa Aveou bv THE DALLAS RXI'HR njllLISHIWa . COMPANY. (Incorporated) Dal la. Texas. Km Yarat Olltra Kraal aad Kraal 12 N. 261 k Mm. Cklras-a OIB Kraal aaa Fraal. Bay- a Hulldlns. Atlanta OOlre Fraat aad Fraat Caai- llrr llulldlnw Kaafcvllle Offlea Fraat aai Fraat la irpcailrBt Llfa BalUiaa;. 8CBSCMPTI0M VX ADYAJCE. On Ter.. $ J.00 81 Month 1.60 Thre Month. 7 1.00 Single Copy .10 NOTICK TO TUB I'UBLIC. Any erronaoua reflection upon the character Handing or reputation of any person. Arm or corporation which may appear In the column of The Dallaa Kitpresa will be gladly cor- rected upou Ita being brought to the attention of tha publlahera. Kntered at Pont Offlce at Dallaa Teioa aa second-class matter undei Act ' Conarrass. March 1879. inroitTART. No aubcriptiona mailed for a period leaa- than three months. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 17 September 1921

THE PALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER. 17 1021. PAGE FIVH WOODMRlf OF UNION HOLD MKKT IN HOT SPRINGS. (By A. N. P.) Hot Springs Ark. Sept. 16. Several special tralna and extra cars brought upward of a thousand delegates and visitors to the city to attend the sev- eral sessions of the Woodmen of Un- ion at Its annual Supreme Session which opened here last Wednesday. Mayor Delivered Strong Welcome Mayor H. A. Jones of Hot Springs delivered a strong address of wel- come. His statement that It was his purpose to be Mayor of all the people was amply borne out in the fine spirit of good will and understanding be tween the two races In the city. The Itnpld Cirowth Hevrnled. The "hltfh spots" of the Session In- cluded the niugnlficent address by lr. K. A. Kendall the Supreme Pres- ident and the splendid report of tho Supreme custodian John L. Webb. The Woodmen of Union operate In eleven states and during the fiscal year JtiHt closed collected from all sources $284173.20. an Inc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 17 September 1921

jMMjljiUc:s 11 Mf&c ;::.. PAGE SIX THK DALLAS EXPRESS. DAM AH TEXAS SATURDAY SE1TEMBER 17 1921. HIGH SCHOOL THEATRE 3211 C0CK3AM STREET Special Attraction Tl'ESDAY AND WEDNESDAY BEIT. 80-21. From the manger to the crow or Jesus of Nazareth pro- duced with historical accuracy In Palestine and Egypt. Don't miss thla one. Admission - - I0cand20c II h THUItHDAY and KKIDAY SEIT. 23-22. LINCOLN MOTION PICTURE CO.. presents "BY RIGHT H y OP BIRTH." featuring Clarence Brooks Anita Thompson and j 1 Webb King a Colorful Negro Drama of racial lights and 1 j y shadows. See it here two days only Thursday and Friday U Seitomber 22ml and 23rd- I ADMISSION; - Children 15c; Adults 25c i HIGH SCHQOL THEATBE HERBERT BATTS MANAGER - . IS YOUR HAIR SHORT OR THIII? Dots it brisk off or fall out? Is It dry and lrr! Have fim eealp dlsraae or more than normal amount of dandruff? If to you should act at onco. bwrin ualnic MADAME N. A. FRANKLIN'S HAIR GROWER. It matters not how many Holr Preparutlona you ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 17 September 1921

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAM. TEXAS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 17 1081. PARR RRVF.H. AMONG EVENING CHAPEL C. CHURCH. M. E. Tho Tiovfvnl t Evenlner Chanel ' C. M E church has proven to be one of the greatest events of this! nature pulled off in the history of this church with overflowing con. ereeations each meetintr. The meet- lnp has been blessed to make several additions to the various churches of the city with 45 new members for the church and about half this num ber are for baptism t"i v t Thn ovonoiiat has been at his best since In our dence of Miss E. Winn on Hora midst holding a congregation of St. Monday wrnlr.f?- from 450 to 600 people. On Sun. Progressive 600 was played day afternoon at 4 p. m a special The sues of honor were Miss lecture for men was conducted and M. S. Mansfield Mrs L. C. Morgan there were about 300 men of all Mrs. W. B. Manack Mrs- Luclle ages present and enjoyed the sub. Lane- . . j Ject "The Duty of Man" Sunday Refreshments: Ice cream and night many were turned a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 17 September 1921

rGH KKJHT THE DALLAS. EXPRESS DALLAS. TEXAS SATURDAY 8IHTEMUER 17 1021. riiiuwiaiMMiiHiaMuuiiiuiBiiumHnmi a Li in iai iimroiaiiuiiuiHaaainWH iuKima(inwiitnuiaiMitM Houston Sept 15. Miss Marie E. Byers the popular young lady of the third ward haa returned to Wilber- force Ohio to resume studies at Wllberforce University- MIbs Naoma Sneed daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Sneed. 1209 George 8treet .died last Friday. The Wiley Spoclal leaves Houston Saturday at 2 P. n. through to Marshall. Texas without change MarHn Sept. IS. Mrs. Ada Ran dall died Sunday Sept 8th and was buried on the 10th. Mr. Ellsha Johnson of Waxahacbie died here Friday and was burled Sunday with Masonic honors. The local lodge buried the remains. Mrs. Beatrice McOhee of Pensacola Pla. Is visit ing relatives and friends here. Dr. W- B. Fleming and Mrs. Bennett via I. and G. N. R. It We want ! attended the National Convention at 600 renders for the Express this month. Copies delivered to all parts or the city- See or r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 24 September 1921

L Vi. 1VJJ.H L J 1- 5c PER COPY IP ETF.BY1VHF.KE EVERY WHERE ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE A CHAMPION OF JUSTICE A MESSENGER OF HOPE ; ; 1 . - - 1 Founded by w. e. King. The Republican Party Is The Ship.AU -Else Is The Sta." Fred Douglas. 923 per asmtm VOL. XX VIII NO BO. THE DALLAS KXMtKSS DALLAS. TEXAS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 84 1921. " PRICE FIVE CENTS III 1 cwintE ' . AGAINST 1 1 Leading Women on Inter-Racial Co- operation Committee Find "No Ex- planation For Crime Which Strikes at Roots of Constituted Authorities and Law. Atlanta. Ga. Sept 22. "We find In our h carta no extenuation for crime be it violation of womanhood mob violence or the Illegal taking of human life" declares a statement Just Issued by a special section of the Georgia State Committee on Inter- Racial Co-operation composed entire- ly of women which has Just been or- ganised here to banish all croups which would take Into their own hands the execution of justice and to set up a single standard of morals ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 24 September 1921

FAfiE TVTO. ' '.3 i..iir. '.li Mmn- 'L I ) tllt"'i(Mlll5 PHI1ibl'i.1(tPM!llliil0illliJMIH0nllllHlHD.IIHtlMlllQilHlllH!ltlhll! 1 S jpexas T .. ." uu..1.n............H..l.MMmitiiiMiiiintiitiMi iiiMiiiiiiiiiiimriiiiiiiniifiiiinmiiHnirtii V ' M'LJlMllMlKinitMH1l(inMllHHt(MD"MlinHMaiiniiMliFiuiiHiinii"Miii'i''i'iMiHirMiM.wHiiiiii."'MM....1- L m. ..1.1.. ..imliiinii.iiLi.;.iinui.iill....Ultl..jm Hawi Sept- 22. Services were good At Bethlehem BaDtlst church. Rev. McCoy of Little Bethet was not in town 8unday. Rev. M. B. Bris- coe who died in Ennls laat week was brought here and buried Friday. Quite a number of members and friends from Ennls were present; also people from Brandon Hillsboro and Waco were there to witness the last of the noble divine. The sisters of the Bethlehem Baptist Church are hard at work raising money for the building. Miss Gertrude Bold and Mr. Lonnie Vanzondf. were mar- ' Tied at the home of the bride's pa- rentsrents. Only a few Intimate friends were present to witn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 24 September 1921

THE DALLAS EXPUESS. DALIjAS TEXAS SATURDAY 8EPTEMB.KH 24. 1921. PAGE- THItEB 7 Reverend William Mcllveen won the prize for the largest amount of New Business written last monthe for THE EAGLE MUTUAL BENEFIT ASSOCIATION. Rev Molllveen knows how to Ret the busi- ness for he 4s a hustler honeRt courteous and dependable. Ask him about the splendid features of THE EAGLE MUTUAL contract. He will truthfully tell you and take pains to show you that "Honesty is the Best Policy" ever written. The EAGLE MUTUAL is glad to have Rev. Mclllveen represent it. Remember that he works for a company that is liberal to its policy holders and gives "INSURANCE THAT PROTECTS." EAGLE M11TAT BENEFIT ASSOCIATION'. Home Office Boom 200 Pythian Temple Phone T 4C97 W- A. RUSSELL Pres. niitiiiHoiiHiiNniioimiiuiiiiDimiiHiiiiainiinniiianiiHiiiHiaiinnim SB a 3 SPORTS S 5 3 B I 3 a S 11 nouiiuuuiiaiiiiuiiiiiioiiiiinuHiBimniiuiiaiiiiiiiuiiiaiiiiuuuuaui CRICKS GET HONOR IX FIRST TILT OF DIXIE SERIES. Many local fans Jo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 24 September 1921

PAUW FOUR THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 84 1921. THE Di.LAS EXPRESS nirr w MEMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PKE88 ASSOCIATION. PuMlshed every Saturday mornln. In Iho year at 2600 Bwlsa Avenuv bv THiV DALLAS FVl'IIKM rCIIMSMINa COMl'ADV. (Incorporated) Dallas. Texaa. Im Vark CIHIre ' I'ml a4 Frmmt 12 N. Mill Mrrt. Chlrasa OIBcr Fraat and FrMt 0r- - r liulidiHcr. Atlanta timet Kraat and VtU Cmm iirr llulltllll. Hashvllle ofllcc Front aad Frost la-aVawariU-at I.Ira llnlldlaa. SUBSCRIPTIONS IH ADTUCE. Or Year.. ... Bl Months...........- Three Months........ Single Copy .13.00 . 1.60 . 1.00 . .10 NOTICK TO TUB FI'IIUC Any erronaoua reflection upon th charm-tor mndn or reputation of any peraon. firm or corporation which may appear In the column of Ths Dallf. Exprea will be Kladly enr- recteil upoy In betiiv brouKht to the Attention Sf the publisher. Entered at Post Omce at Dallaa Texas aa aecond-claa m.itter under Act ' CnnKrasa. March 1879. IMPORTANT. No subcr. prions mailed fo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 24 September 1921

PACB mi 4x ffiiHiaiummnniimiiiiinnimmn TRY THE MENTHOLOW HAIR SYSTEM' If your hair la short thin and beginning to fall out by the roots use the won. derfur MENTHOLOW HAIR ARTI. CLES. Montliolow Hair Grower ........52o Mentholow Hair Tonic ...S2c Mentliolow Hair Bbampoo ................820 Mentholow Greaseless Cream .BZo Mentliolow Hair (double strength) 87c Mentholow Temnle Grower 26c I AGENTS Wanted Write or Call at once I THE MKNTHOLOW MFG. CO. B 3 Mine. I). SAMPSON. - I 1 232 Bryan St Phone H. 087. f DALLAS TEXAS. 9-10-26t 1 WlllllDIIIIIIIIIMIOIIIINIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIIIMailllllllllllDIIIIIUIIIIIWIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIIUIIIIBIIIIIUIHIIBIIIIIIIIlin i 1 i B i s i Institute held a very successful ses- sion at the Fred Douglas High School beginning December 5th and the' .following persons were elected to office for the ensuing year: Prof session at the Fred Douglass High i the following persons were elected I to office for the ensuing yeir: Pro. B F. D- Moore president; M'ss Beau- f lah Taylor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 24 September 1921

V t I1LWSIII I'll If "IMtT":-- 11111 "" TACK BIX THE DALLAS EXPRESS DAM. AW TKXAB mAtTRIH Y REPTKWBEIl 34. 1021. Lt 1 : I mum daughter of hiram McGAr is harried. r.' life! Decorations and Gorgeous Apparel Mark Fort Worth s Greatest VeddLng. their church second to none in the Okmulgee Sept. 22. City schools state. Watch St. Paul xrow. will open Monday. All the city The chief aim of this campaign teachers have arrived .Principal Fort is Increase the membership of the announces alt tilings in readinesB. leagues to the number corresponding j The city is rushing to complete the with the number of Sunday School j concrete side walk which will make scholars reported in the convention ' it possible for the school pupiu to Wednesday evening September ?. 1921 Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church Fort Worth 'Texas was deoornipd as never before. Mr. James Biown the artistic decora tor villi deft fingers superintended tho ciccoisition. The wedding cere- mony was brought from New York by the Rev. It. 8. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 24 September 1921

PAGE SETElf. i U i THE DALLAS EXPRESS VALIiAS TEXAS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 24 1021. "r . 1 riir-) nn Ttum i i I I n 1 1 11 I I '1fi- I m r 1 r rr i l 1 I 11 m m ' Bff' " ""HHjJ ' "" ' .ihmu""W . ' I". - ju v R s. . x W. ... U " K I " " r I r . 'rB.i 1.. -J w..VI IHVIH-K .-..'.V M T A I .1 i a it. it -V 9 Were you ever a Ma- jestic Patron? If you have stopped going write a card to the "Amuse- ment Editor Dallas Ex- press and state your reason for so doing. It is to your interest to do so. LOCAL riTHIAN LODGES STAGK DRIYE. Members of local Fythiun lodges are busy with a membernhlp drive which will last until Oct- 31t. Placards announcing the special dispensation have been posted in various parts of the city and special solicitors are examining applicants. ODD FELLOW POTENTATES HOLD v CONFERENCE L DALLAS. Grand Master H. G. Goree Grand Secretary of Endowment. J. II. Rid- dle and Grand Auditor G. S- Mead- ows have been in Dallas for several days engaged with Grand Secretary J. P. Starks in ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 24 September 1921

OH KiaiTT mn MM THE DALLAS EXPRESS DAIXAS TEXAS SATURDAY SEPTEMBEIl 24 1921. L u u ill n Mint U U W V u u Hp mm It's a Service that You Need Of Pay. Why Not' Get Yours Now? MA Is The Actual Record of YOUR PAPER" Fi73 TUTTO JuUDi IT A IN -TEN 1 EUEDYl'MRE Hailed Anywhere in America One Yew Six Months Three Months $2.25 .$1.25 .75 II Tear out Coupon below use as Order Blank Subscription Order Blank DALLAS EXPRESS PUB. CO. Dallas Texas Gentlemen: Please send HE DAI1AS EXPRESS forl MR. .Street and number. State Sricr 1 .months to -City or Town Cash Enclosed $.

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 1 October 1921

4 ... r- Austin izns 5c PER COPY 5c PER COPY i EYEimVHERK I - ETEBTWHF.KE ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE Founded by w. b. King. The Republican Party Is The Ship All Else Is The 8ea."Fred Douglas. . f2-M rKR anxcm VOL. XXVIII NO. 81. ' 1 THE DALLAS EXPRESS DAX.LA8 TEXAS SATURDAY' OCTOBElt 1. 1921. PRICE FIVE CENTS SAYS HE IS HAPPY AND ELATED BY EXPRESSIONS FROM ADMIRERS BE- CAUSE OF DISMISSAL FROM VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE. WLLL STAY IN SOUTH. (By A. N. P.) Lexington Va. Sept. 22. Col. Rob- ert T Kerlin former professor of En- glish Virginia Military Institute who was summarily dismissed by the Board of Governors for exercising his Constitutional right of freedom of speech has Issued an exclusive statement for The Associated Negro Press. In his statement Col. Kerlin praises the newspapers for their gen- erous response of service and good will. He 'declares that the editorial expressions from our newspapers "go to my heart to cheer and strengthen Kerlin I declares that he...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 1 October 1921

THK DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS. SATURDAY OCTOBBIaa..lPgl. page two. BLACK GIANTS DEFEND TITLE AGAINST CITY CHAMPIONS. DALLAS FOUNDERY RECEIVES DRUBBING AT THE THE HAKDS OF TEXAS LEAGUE CHAMPIONS. Daniels and Richardson Were Twirfor? Cards; Coleman Hurled for Rushers." Final Cocci 10 to 4. Remnant end of the Black Giants Dai- base ball machine played the las Foundry Nine (local champions of th. Sand lot) Sunday at Sears- Roebuck park. Bib Fred Daniels premier hurler of the Texas League Champions was assigned for mound duty. Well ' It would be useless to relate the out cornel The big right bander was "right as a fox" and had his fast and slow ball working with clock like precision and pitched shut out hall up to the last of the seventh Charlie Brooks got a me ning combination on Long's wild heave to W Jones; ' Mr. Whltaker remarked to a Dai- Brooks advances to middle station ins Express representative recently on the play and scored on "Fat that in spite of the speed and . class Papa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 1 October 1921

( "it??? 'St 1 f -.. ISZSSS TEXAS Cisco Sept. 29. Last week Cisco missed tue Dallas Express and many Prairie View. The discussion ite- anxious readers were disappointed solved whether it is better tor the The reporter Mrs. Imogene Randall expected to leave the city and up to then no reporter had been found. The reporter thank the subscribers lor their past support and wish the successor a larger business. Sun- day was regular service day at St. Mark Baptist church. Rev. Wash- ington being at his post. News ol sadness reached our cty of serious illness of Hev. P D. Yoakum one of the A. M. E. church's Able pioneer ministers. We hope him a speedy recovery. The Negro business places should insert their ad in the adver- tising columns of the DallaB Ex- press so all can know what you are doing and what you can do. Negro business men have the same talent the other races have. All they need Is the same support you give the white man and he can buy modern machines of all kinds and keep stock...

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

.11 III nr J " r THE PALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBKB 1. 1921 PA POt R 'jf' vV THE DALLAS EXPRESS MtMTBER fipst w MfcMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRES8 ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday morntn. In tha year at 2(00 Swiss Avenue bv THE DALLAS KXI'ltKSS rUUMSIll NCI CIIXI'AltV. (Incorporated) Dallas. Texas. ' New Yerk OMee. Krel mm4 Krel 13 N. S6lk Mrrcl. ChlrK OWre Fml d Fro. I lley- Hullrilae. Allantn olUee F'reet a ad Frost Caav ' dlrr llulldliiic lfasfcvllle offlre Frast aad Frat lav VpeaMit-nt Life IlulldlaaV SnJSCRIPTIOSS Df ADTA5CE. One Tear... ........ Sis Months Three Months.. ....... ..13.00 1.(0 1.00 .10 Single Copy .... NOT ILK TO TUB I'l'ULIC. Any erroneous reflection upon the character rtnnilinK "r reputation o any person tlrin or corporation which may appear in the columns of Tht Dallas Rxpress will be Kindly cor- rected iipou Ms bcmtr brotiKbt to the attention "f the publishers. Entnred at Pout Office at Dulles Texas as st-oonU-clnss mailer undei Act i.' Conarres...

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