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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...

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. — 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 Ac...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 1 October 1921

THE DALLAS EXPRESS. DAM,A8, TEXAS, SATTRDAY. K?EPBER 1. 1021. PACK FIVB fOMiwiHiiiofiiHurii'nimHrt'mrnn! ""J illliaillllUIUIiaiUIIMHIIIDIIIMHIIillIHIIIIUIIlUaillin! i iHnDiiiwuiiiiOHiumiiuniiwuaiiiBiiniiumiDiiuiiitJ a nHinflnn ill OUR NEW HOME ooo Dig si PYTHIAN DRIVE - t ni il'. Pythian Temple, Dallas, Texas October 1st To 31st IU A Mi iiuiiniannniniioiiiiiniMiDiiiiMiuiaim iiHiirannaiiiimiiiiioiiiiiniiiiiniiraiiiimniniiiimiiaiiiniMiniDiiiiiiiiiiiioiiiimiiiiinniiiimuBiiium - .MiiiiiimiiiHiiMiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiininiiiiiiiiipiHKimiiiiniiiiunuiiniiiiiiuitftMiiiNiMiiii anwnumoniiiiw BockwaU, Sept. 29. Church Ser vices were not well attended Sun day on account of the rain. Rock wall Jazz Band entertained the Fra ternal Chautauqua- Mr. J. H. An derson of Calvert, Grand Supreme Visor of the Wonderful Workers of the World was in the city Installing , i m (- 1tl..tintt 1 rA rt ue omamm m- ninnrh Thnmaa organized by Mrs. Blanch Thomas. i w D1,4 wno In tnwn on business. Mr. U D. Boyd of Ter- ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 1 October 1921

TUB PAIXAS KaTKESS, PALMS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1. 1 02 1. I ,,k.iS-..a"''.fc..iiK, i 'if inr m IT TP II r 2 r -il i II II V kU aU, MM Si '.1 1 ft MKN'8 FALL SUITS Vl it MM m $27.50 II 1 I 6) if I" TERMS TO SUIT It's easy to buy clothes at Hoyle A Rarjck's. We'll gladly trust you. Select the clothes you want for yourself and family and tell the salesman to charge It. No Inconvenience. No red tape. Strictly confidential. $1.50 OPENS AN ACCOUNT We will arrange the terms of payment to suit your convenience Pay as you get paid. You'll scarcely miss the money. I.AJ.IIW FAM, SUITS flOODFOU Choice patterns and fine mater- tills. Well made In newest fall pl.DU stylos, some trimmed In beads, Th COupon will be ac. embroidery, etc. All slr.oa. copted the same as cash 1 5 0.00 values, at " Dart Payment on any purchase of $15.00 or $29.50 and up MOYLE & RARICK CLOTHING COMPANY 1810 ELM STEEET L Uk fcVw,. 1 i ll M' li mimmiromimiiiwsnifirasitw ieuiiimiMMUiuwmiutiuiiauuum.iwuiuuii A SHOE C...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 1 October 1921

THE DAIXA8 EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1. 1921. PAGE SKVKN. DALLAS COUPLE MARRIES. Mitccdotilii Iinplixt Clmrch Scene of Hrilliniit Wedding. Ring Ceremony Performed- .by Pastor. The marriage of Leon M. James and Miss Loretta Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thomas was 8olemnl7.ed Thursday, Sept. 22, at 8:30 p. m., at Macedonia Bap tist church, Rev. E. Arlington Wil son performed the ring ceremony. A vocal solo "Because" was sung by Miss Celesta Cole with piano ac companiment by Mrs. L. Gunter. Mrs. O. Montgomery played the bri dal chorus "Lohengrin" as the pro cessional and Mendelssohn's wedd ing march as the recessional. The bride was attended by four maids: Miss Solium Jackson was maid of honor and wore a frock of white canton crepe. Misses Erma Gaston and Gladys Bartee wore frocks of canary organ dy and Miss Ida Mae Smith, a frock of pea green organdy. Each carrying cornations of various col ors. Miss Esma Walker, wore a frock of flesh colored . organdy. Lit...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 1 October 1921

fAfJM EIGHT a w w ma nmv ct n a rnmi a r yv'nyv-yrr v.- at l . . . ... . . ........ iM..ii.iitaiiikikjiijt.iiiinjiiiiMi:uiiiiittmiiiiiuiHiiniuiiifii 'I'niiiun L i1llll(illlltl!llllin.'MIIHIIIIiailllMIUIIDIMIIICIIIMQIIIUIIIIIIIUll.ilMI!iimi..iiti."w....,..H.,i- - " - . - iauiiuiM.aiwuiiMijiium!io 6 3 Texas Towns.' c a E3 I? jiMHirmwrtoiimiimt t PedesUtMi, Sept. 29. The Ztoa Hill AsaoclaUoa Just closed Its session last week, also Palestine Association closed 1U session. The New Mt. Vernon A. M. E. Church Jiist receiv- Della Polk, daughter of the late Jim Taylor, was reared in this city until she was quite a youod lady, then her mother and she moved to Montgomery, Ala., there her mother d $100 bill for the church fromdlefl n ene cam6 t0 m com the K. K. K.- Mrs- R. Graves Is still munity and married Mr. Frand Polk. .. ii.t Miss Blanche Watson will teach at VIA UI0 BILK link " Terrell, Sept. 2S. Rev. D. A. But ler is In the city this wek. Mr, G. W. Townsell, Mrs- M. B. Flanlgan and Mr. H...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 8 October 1921

ni..n ii ii MMw,'fc,,.rta " " ... - i Jib... , ;.. ; " GOCDVJIIJ libhas:;.h a us 7 ie rs 5c PER COPY 5c PER COPY L EVEimVHKUE EVERTWHEBE ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE A CHAMPION OF JUSTICE A MESSENGER OF HOPE ! ', I x ft n Founded by W. E. King "The Republican Party Is The Ship, All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. $2.23 I'Klt ANJfVM VOL. XXV1U, NO. 52. THE DALLAS EXI'RESS, DALX.AS, TKXA8. 8ATUKDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1021. , PRICE FIVE CENTS BEST BRAIN OF BLACK RACES OF THE WORLD ASSEMBLE IN FOURTEEN SESSIONS HELD IN THREE COUNTRIES. MEETING THE RESULT OF AWAKENED CONSCIOUSNESS OF CLOSE RELATION IN ALL REGARDS. DETAILS OF THE LONDON SESSION. , (ThiB ia the first of the Tan-African Series. The others will be con tinued for the next two weeks). By WALTER F. WHITE, for The Associated IVerro Press. London, Eng , Oct. 6. So many interesting- persons from all parts of the world attended the second Pan-African Congress, so many Important mat ters were discussed, so much valuable inform...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 8 October 1921

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, PA KM 8, TEXAS. 8ATTBDAY, OCTOBER 8, 192U FAKE TWO. FIRST COLORED WOM ENTERS LAW SCHOOL New York. N. Y., Oct. Kordham Vnlveralty I .aw Hchool, which holds Its sessslons In the Woolworth Ilulld infr. registered thin wet-k the flrnt Colored womnn student. Hhe Is Mli luuh W. YVhaloy of Oolilsboro. N. C a graduate of Livingstone College at Salisbury. N. C one of the oldei-t Ne-g-ro co-educational Institutions In thla country. Minn W'halcy, who Uvea at 57 Went issth street, waa elected after alio received her L,lvlnKtone di ploma, to teach at a deaf school In Ra leltrh. N. C. , , Khe took special training at the North Carolina Htale Hchool for the Ii-af. While attending Livingstone College ahe waa awarded a medal for argumentation and debuting. Thla aue cess Inspired her to study law. Hhe expecla to apeclalxe In domestic, re latlona and to undertake sociological research work. Her parents are both teachers. BLACK SWAN ARTIST CHARMS HUGE AUDIENCE (Ity A. N. P.) New Yor...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 8 October 1921

1 4 TEXAS Jucksboro, Oct. 6. Sunday School was well attended at both churches Sunday. Rev. H. Brown at Mineral Wells and pastor of this church is conducting a revival this week. Mr. Birch Lew la at Mineral Wells was over for a few days. Mr. Claude Shelton, Misses Line and Clara Mos ley. Miss Lockle Lewis, Miss Jewel Shelton spent Sunday In Mineral Wells. Mrs. George Brunley sells hot tamalles. George Means, Reporter. Calvert, Oct. 6. Mr. J. A. Ander derson of W. O. W. fame is back from North Texas, where he reports big things for his order. The re mains of Mr. Will Scott arrived In the city Friday evening, via I. and G. N. R. R., from Mart, where he died. Remains were laid to rest by Willing Workers Local, a home or ganization headed by Mr. Frank Ewlng. Mr. Scott leaves a large family to mourn his demise. The Reporter and Dallas Express extend their sympathy to the family and friends of the deceased. Prof. Mlms is back from Rockdale, Cameron and Rosebud, where he lectured to the Odd...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 8 October 1921

PAGK FOVH THE PALLAS EXPRESS HIWBM F1PST IN MtMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. FublUhed every Saturday morning In the year at 2600 Hwlas Avenue by TIIK DALLAM RXfHKdS I'lHMS-lllSiU COMPANY. (Incorporated) lallaa. Texaa. lOKKIO ADVFRTII!' RKI'KB NKNTATIVHl V. B. y.lff (mr, 608 nth Dear- ben MKH, I btraKo. III. W. H. .Iff (oatpaay, 404 Mortoi nnlldlna 11 F.aat Naaaaa direct, e ark, N. Y. TEE DALLAS KXrKENS, SUBSCRIPTIONS IS ADVANCE. One ' Year $2.25 Six Months.. 1.25 Three Month.., VE Single Copy 05 SOTICB TO TIIK PI'IIMC. Any erroneoua reflection upon the rhararter. atnndlna; or reputation of any peraon. firm or corporation which may appear In the column! of The Italia kxpreaa will be irladly cor rected upon Ita bring brought to the attention of the publisher. Entered at Poet Office at Dalian, Texaa, aa wcond-rlami matter, under Act of Cong-rear, March, 1S7 I'MI'OHTANT. No aubacrlptlon mailed for a pe riod than three montha. Payment for eame muat be 75 cents. THE DALLAS EXPRESS...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 8 October 1921

VAGK FIVB o uiiiuiintiiiiiiiiiiiBiiiuitiiiiioiiiiiiiiiiiiDiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiitiiBimiitiiitiaiiiiiiiiiHioiuiiiaiiiioiiitiiiitiiiBiiiiiiiimtaiiitiiHiiiti GH,: A riiiiiinHHmiifMniiMtiiiiNinMiiiimHiniHmifim jiiiitiiiiiiiaiiiiiuiiiitaiiitiiiitiiiDitHitiiiiiiaMiiitiiiifiaiiiiiiiiiiHaiiiiiiMMiiaiiHiiiiitiiaiiiiiiiniMtJiMiiiiiMiiiJiifitiiti(MtaiiiMttM) IimiiuiiDik:miiiiHnmmiuiiiamuimmauiiiimiiinH I I si s g 3 "!w inti'nniMmmuinitiinmninimmmnnnMmiiiMBiiiHH 1 S3 II is S3 THE DAIXAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 8, 1021. ii II sb is L iiiiiiiiiE3iiiiiiiiiiiiatiiiinitiikC3ibiiiiiiiiiiaiiii(iiiiititaiiMU)iiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiit3uiMMMiMC3inu ticsiiiiiiiiinioiiiijiiuiimr niir jaiimiiiiiiioiimiiiii'ioiiiiniiminiiiiiiimiiaiiiiiiiHiiioiiw Wolfe t'lty, Oct Mr. P. Gordon of Tails was In the city Sunday. Mrs. Annie Thompson and daughter left for Muskogee, Okla. Miss Ellen Wilson . is home after a visit in Greenville. Mrs. Mary Jane Mc Kinney is able to be up again. Gilmer, Oct. 6. Rev. Smoot ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 8 October 1921

PAGE SIX y 'if R 4 mm.'- w-f -v I ht'O CV - t- ' '-''A . I-' " iiwif hmiyVai N ' .'.Tk fc- J W f i rii SOUTH'S FINEST COLORED SHOW SUNDAY irN CHANEY In "NOMADS OF THE NORTH" BUSTER K EATON in "THE SCARECROW" MONDAY LON CHANEY In "NOMADS OF THE NORTH" BUSTER K EATON In "THE SCARECROW" TUESDAY A nKGUI.AIt 8ICIUAI, I.V 5 ICKF.LS BATTLING KID, ELMO LINCOLN in "ELMO THE FEARLESS" (Last Episode) WEDNESDAY- "THE MOONRIDERS" (Episode No. 4.) CENTURY COMEDY "IN AGAIN" A TWO-REEL WESTERN "SHADOWS OF SUSPICION" THURSDAY "RUTH ROLAND" in "THE ADVENTURES OF RUTH" (Episode No. 14.) AND A FEATURE "UNSEEN FORCES" where a conference was held with R. 8. Abbott, editor of th Chicago D- fender, Dr. M. R. Bibb, Hon. W. Fields of St. Louis, Mo., na: ;;al grand master of A. U. K. and L. of 'A., Charles Gilpin, the great actor jand many others. The evening a: ! spent In the layhouse where fhoy isaw Emperor Jones, In wlrich .Mr. Gilpin took the leading part. Mr. Mitchell and party were delighted with the pl...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 8 October 1921

X. W. DIUTIMCT MISSIONARY WOMAN'S CONVENTION, WILL MEET IN DALLAS. North Western District Mission ary Women's Convention will hold a three days' session at Macedonia Baptist church commencing Thurs day, October 27th, through to Sun day, October 30th. The meeting will comprise church es of Dallas county. A large dele gation is anticipated and a Bplendid program now under construction await those who will attend. Mrs. J. M. C- Amos, Missionary. COLORED Wild STORK HORDED; CASH REGISTER, AND $200.00 WEHE TAKEN. Using an auger for boring around the lock in the side door, a burglar Monday night gained entrance to McMakin Bros.' drug store, 820 Bourbon street. About $20 in change and $30 in checks were taken from the cash register. The prowler also stole the cash register, but it was found at 6 o'clock Tuesday morning on a vacant lot in the 2600 block on Eakins street. Finger-print ex pert will attempt to obtain valuable prints by examining the cash reg ister. The McMakin Drug Store is amo...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 8 October 1921

THE DA IX AS EXI'REKS. DALLAS, TKXAS. SATl'IUAY, OCTOBER 8, 1021. FJLGB riO-'T "Miiioniittmniaw w iiNiiiiHiRioiiraimiiimiHiimiimiiiminioiiMiHiiiiinimmmiiBiiiiiimiiiBiiiiimHiiDimitiiiHioii'i 1 uiiuiiiitiiiuiiiii!iii 'jiiiiiMiiiqiiiiHiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiamiiiiiiiiiDiiiiiMiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiioiiiiiiiiiiiiDimniiiiiiauiiii'e L . .Lh.iuiiiiii.uiciiiiniiiiaiiiiiiiiiii ..iiiiiiiiM.uiiuiuuiuai)iiuiiiiiiuiuiiiiiuiioujmjiiiaiiuiMiHiiauiiuiMHiaiuiiti"iuii:j. ro-3 3 , II If JFexas 51 ' E3 3 S3 a stoiitmiiininMinuiirmtiiTiirm'rSrfflM MtKstimniiiiijirMiittiauuWHiaMiwnu IlonKtan, Oct. 6. Mn. Willie May Tompkins, 3012 Hudlcy street, left Saturday for Bay City to begin her cbool work. Mina Kflle Orange who kaa been spending the summer in Houston vlHltlng her stater, Mrs. Bennle Venters, 400 Richmond St., - left last week for her home at Haltiuvllle, Texas. Mrs. Carrie Cor don returned from Waco. Texas, Sat rday whore she was called to at tend the official Board of the U. K. T. of Texas Juri...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 October 1921

.ft '$. -v good-:jiii 5c PER COPY 5c PER COPY EFEItYWIU,KE EVERYWHERE I ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE A CHAMPION OF JUSTICE ! A MESSENGER OF HOPE Founded by W. E. King "The Republican Party Is The Ship, All Else- Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. $2.25 rER. ANNUM VOL. XXIX KO. L THE WALLAS KXI'ICKSS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOHKU 13. 1921 PRICE FIVE CENTS i . r A 8 X MOB FAILS TO GET MAN BROUGHT TO DALLAS COUNTY JAIL. Sheriff Hartson Foils Mob Without Resorting to Force. Prisoner Killed on Return Trip. David Bunn, Negro. Indicted for the sensational robbery of a camping party at Lake Worth and for attemp ted criminal assault, remains In .the Dallas County Jail after two unsuc cessful attempts on the part of Fort Worth mobs to remove and lynch him. Rumors that a third party was forming at Fort Worth Friday after noon, bent on taking the Negro from the county Jail here were discounted by deputies of Sheriff Dan Uarston, who said they are prepared for any trouble which might ri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 October 1921

THE DALLAS HXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, 8ATTODAT, OCTORKIt 15. 1921 fAGE TWO. 1 WOMJD o liOli VARSITY WIN INITIAL GAME DALLAS TOILS" FOOT BALL SQUAD. Battle Panther Aggregation to a Six to Six Tie. l'ottl Knve Mitine Darnell; Score. Tic, By C. Russelle Norswoithy, Student Manager. Who nays Dallasltes are not loyut to their High School, when more than (300) live hundred lovers of clean athletics turned out to nee the Dallas "Devils'" tattle to a C-C tie with the mighty Fort Worth "Panthers"? We are expecting one thousand people to witness our next name on Saturday, Oct. 29, with "Preaching Brothers'' from the Jarvts Christian Institute. Shall we get thera? , By scoring a much needed touch down In the lust five (5i moments of play the Dalian team forced 'the Invincible Fort Worth team Into a J-6 tie. Fort Worth Jumped In the first Quarter, scoring a touch down on a punt and a fumble, which put them on Dallas' (5) fl'e yard line. It then took three (3) downs to force tho pigskin across, for...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 October 1921

1 ," .v r , . .... n, v '-onnMI i 1 1 jfi THE PALLAS EXPRESS, PALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBEIt IB, 11)71 T(iR THREfl. DR. A. S.JACKSOH, Commissioner of Education of the A. M. F. Church. N 4" ", J v Mt. Morlah Sunday was Supt., P. B. Hicks and family, Rev. E. Lecey of Nacogdoches, Mr. E. D. Christian and family, Mr. A. D. Christian, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Lacey, Mr. Alvin Hern don, Mr. James Herndon, Mr. X. A. Pierce and Richard Hill of Jackson ville. Mr. T. C. Cleaver paid Jack sonville a business trip Sunday, Mon day aud Tuesday. Rev. F. B. Brown of Alto passed through via the T. and N. 0. enroute to Mt, Enterprise, Saturday. Mr. J. R. Lamb went to Sacul Saturday. Mrs. L. C. Cleaver who has been in Kerens on a visit to relatives some two months re turned home 1st instant. Mrs. Dovie Cleaver who went on several days' visit to see her sick mother in Jack sonville, returned and reports moth er not much improved. Mr. Ben Gray is forging ahead with his Cross Tie business. Miss Florence Gra...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 October 1921

1, i THK IH1XAS KAPKICSS, IAIXA9, TKXAS, SATIUDAY, OCTOBEn IS. 1021 THE PAT.I.AS EXPRESS 4LitVlC MtMBEH NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. PublUliml every Saturday morning In th ycr t Zfiflft Kwln Avenue by THK DAI. I. A P.XI'IIKHS I'l HLIMIINO COMPANY. (lncorportd) liallas, Ttixan. KOHKIM AIVKHTIMNtt HKI'HE- V. H. .Iff roiatnnr, WIS soath Dear ban MKrl, hlrKH o. III. W. II. '.Iff (ompanr. 404 Horln llulldln ll K.t Nnuaa tttreel. New fork, ST. Y. THE DALLAS EXPRESS, SlUSCRIi'TIOXS IX ADVAYCl One Year 12 25 Six Months 1.25 Three Months..- 75 8lngle Copy 05 mitii h: TO THK I'l III.IC. Any erroneniia reflection upon the character, etandlnn or reputation of any pemon, firm or corporation which may appear In the column of Tho Italian Kxpre will be Kindly cor rected upon Ita belnc brought to the attention of the publisher!. Kntered at Pout Office at Pallan, Texan, an vecnnd-i'laaa matter, under Act of Congrena, March, 178 IWI'OHTANT. No miburrlptloni mailed for a pe riod Iom than three mon...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 October 1921

THE DAIXAH EXPRESS. DAIXAB, TUX AS, SATIIUVW, OCTOBER 13, 1021 PAGB FlVTi n iiniiiiiatiiiHiiitiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiHniiiiiiiimioiiiimiiiHBiiiNitiiiiiiaiiMiiniiiiBiuiHiiiiittiiiiiiitiitiiaiiiuiiiiiiianHUHiiiit;. jiiiMiMMnriiHMifiniiaLMiiHiiiiicauiiitMTiMcaiHiMiriinatuHMiiinDMiittfiiiiiaiiiHiiiMiiannHiMutLjiniiiiiiiiiaiMiiuiiiiiatiiMnii a If Texas Towns a B I LltllMIIIEllUUIIlllliaHIHiniMIDIItllllUllinUllllllHliaUlllIlltlHCIHlllllltllBHUIIIUIIIDIIIIIlllllMDIIIIIIIIIinBMUllUI1llDII mil JaiiiiiiuiiHDiiiiiiiHiiifliiiiiii i g Hanger, Oct. 13. Sunday was a high day at Smith Chapel A. M. E. church. Sunday School at 10 o'clock. Our good Supt., Mrs. Hatcher, at her post of duty. A beautiful les son well discussed by her pupils. After Sunday school services were turned into prayer services, after which Rev. T. A. Robcrtnon of Ham lin, delivered an able sermon, which was enjoyed by all. A nice con gregation, also visiting friends from the St. Paul Baptist Church. Ser vices were conducted b...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 October 1921

ia ' ;.drti .1". PAGE SIT THK DALLAS EXPRESS. DAM.A8, TKXAS. SATIUDAY. OCTOBER IS, 1921 1 4 ,4 li ill! k? SOUTH'S FINEST COLORED SHOW SUNDAY WILLIAM KARNTJM In "THE ORPHAN" EDUCATIONAL COMEDY "DOUBLE TRUMPH" RIONDAY- EDDiE POLO In "THE KING OF THE CIRCUS" (MpVorie No. 1.) WILLIAM S. HART In "THE APOSTLE OF VENGEANCE" TUESDAY- SliSSUE HAYAKAWA HE WONDERFUL JAP ARTIST" IN A POWERFUL FEATURE ATTRACTION, UfTi 1 WEDNESDAY ART ACORD In "THE MOONRIDERS" LEONARD CLAPHAM In "BEATING THE GAME" AND. A CENTURY COMEDY A CLEAN UP THURSDAY ruth ROLAND in The laat Episode of "ADVENTURES OF RUTH" Also ELAIN HAMMERSTEIN In "THE DAUGHTER PAYS" FRIDAY- jackie COOOAN In "PECK'S BAD BOr The widest rend story In exl ii ;nce JOB RYAN In "THE PURPLE RIDERS" SATURDAY- JACKIE COOOAN In PECK'S BAD BOY" ATTKXD THE PALACE OOl'RTKHY AND SATISFACTION IS ' VOIIW. M 1 i FORT ff J Fort Worth, Texas Oct. 13. Come to St. JiiiiK S Church, corner Hurillng ami Second streets, Oct. 27, to hear Prof. Moore npenk, and also a...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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