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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 14 January 1922

THH PALLAS EXPRESS. PALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY. JANUARY 14, 192a. vsk Tims:?-: DR. CHAS. STEWART SPEAKS FOR "GO-TO-SCHOOL" CAMPAIGN. By R. L. H. Rice. It was an evident fact that the vlsitof Dr. Chas. Stewart to Dallas was""a pleasant event as demonstrat ed by the large audience to which he spoke Sunday evening at Mace- donia Baptist church, Good and Montezuma streets. He spoke in the interest of the 'IGo-to-Scbool Campaign" which has for its purpose, the decrease of il literacy among Negroes of Dallas. Proceeding the speech of the even ing were several solos and the ad dresses of Prof. O. W. Williams, who set forth very briefly the purposes of the campaign. After the address of Mr. Williams came the introduction of the speaker, by Dr. E. Arlington Wilson, pastor of Ma- cedonla Baptist church, who most fttttnirtv nADAnA rm o ....... .'.H"MJ VI . QIC n B.L L J his audience. In a most clever manner, known only to Dr. Stewart, he arose and announced his' subject "And the Pig Waxed Fat and...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 14 January 1922

'V fach rovn THE DALLAS EXIT.SW. DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 14. lMM. TIJE DALLAS EXPRESS NEGRO FAR'lERS AND THE BUREAU. , pUJl ' ' . PR.R.H.TR0TTER LU MtTf rJ.:R J I 1 . W ITPST Itf v ir- x . : --5 ji.ikVjc MEMBER NATIONAL NEGft-J PRESS ASSOCIATION.1 Published every Saturday morning In the year at 2:00 HwIbs Avenue by THK DAlXAM F.XI'HKMt I'UHMMIHIG COMPANY. (Incorporated) Dallas, Texas. : fORKIO ADVERTISING IIKI'RB SKMTATIVEi W. II. 7.1 ff ('mpnir, 908 Santfc Dwr kaa Klrfrl, I'hlmii, III. W. R. 7.1 ft Company, 404 Martea RulldlnK 114 Aauaa Ktrttl, Arw Yark. W. Y. THE DALtAiXPHESsT SlBMBirTIONS IJf ADTAXCE. One Year... ...., $2.25 Btx Months - 1.25 Three Months . 75 Single Copy ...... .05. JfOTM'K TO THK PVHMC. Any rronoiiii reflection upon tha character, stnmllng- or roputatlon of any person, firm or corporation which may appear In the columns of The Dallna Kxpresa will he Kindly cor rected upon Its being- brought to tha attention of the publisher. Entered at Tost Office at D...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 14 January 1922

TUB PAIXA8 EXPRKR8. PAMiAS, TEXA MTtltPAY, JANUARY 14. 1022. jo C hon. icD McCarthy. Hanker of Galveston, who In backing . the proposed $30,000 Hotel' and Hath House for N'cirroes to be erected on 28th and Hem h Houlevard at Gal-. veBton. . (f . Towns 1 1; Kiihk, Jan. 12. In spite of the Tyler, Jan. 12. St. Louis Cora cold weather services were good at munity. Sunday, Jan. 1., Sunday Mt. Ollie and, West Union Baptist School was well attended. Rev. M. churches. Rev. Sweet filled his ap- W. Whltlock preached a splendid pointment at Mt. Ollie day and sermon Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. night collection $12.04. Rev Dews Jh,n Moore of Plane, are visiting , their mother, Mrs. Mariah Wade services were gooa ac vest Union and tnelr relaUveB durlnB the holi day and nlfcht collection ?17.25. days. Mr. Luther Boswell, visited Sunday School at Mt. Pleasant C. Jacksonville and Kllgore, during M. E. Sunday, being the first Sun-' the holidays. Mrs. Jessie Lee Klour day and the first day the pupils n...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 14 January 1922

FA C W 81 X iwtvvyyir wyvvifrvwyymwwtfiw thV District, rend In report follow- Lewis and Miss Carrie McGee were KP,.jKAji.KKJKA )n. education, missionary and Coun- ,iQ.- tw,.v- . ed. via: .Allen Chapel 1325.45 and Sapp ottl't- Their friends wish 36; Baiter Chapel, $176-20-36; 'or them a lappy said of the rugged Wesley Chapel. $110-15-24; Den- ship of matrimony. Mr. C. L. Stevens ton Station, $75-10 18; Cowanvllle made a business trip to Lufkin. A Circuit. $60 12, 10; Point Circuit, special dinner wan served at the $75 12, 18; Gainesville Circuit, $55, home of Mrs. M. H. Martin. Sunday, 18 14; Coffe Mill Circuit $40, 8, January 1. The guests were: Rev. 10: Dalworth Circuit, $50. 8, 10; E. O. Young, Rev.' C. H. Carter- J-adonla Mission, $30, 6. 6: Lake Prof. J. H. Howard, "Mr Joe Clem- .Como Mission, $12. 6. 6; Wendom mons and the reporter. Space will Lewis, vtt t, e. 4. uorney, sec- not permit mention of the sumptu ous menu a the table was very heavily laden with edibles. A fam- J v -...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 14 January 1922

TUB PALLAS KXPRKS8. PALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY. JATTCAItY 14, 1023. 0 o 0 s i I V Iv 0 TEXAS Wichita Falls, Jan. 12. Professor C. C. Trimble, National Supervisor f the American Woodmen, with headquarters at Louisville, Kentucky is spending the holidays with bis family. He will depart for Louis ville, on the 15th of Jan. Mrs. Julia Overstreet is the pround recipient of a player piano presented to her by her husband as a Christmas presftit. Mrs. Charles Swain .ac companied by her brother, Mr. Jo seph Brown, has returned from La Orange, Texas, where she was call ed to attend the sick bed Bide of her brother, Mrs. Riley Brown. She reports that he Is improving rapid ly. Mr. h. T. Flemings and Miss Ruby Carthon were married Mon day evening. Rev. Simpson, C. M. E. officiating. Mrs. A. J. King Is spend ing a few weeks with relatives a Pilot Point, Texas Rev. p. Mat thews and wife have retimed from visiting relatives. Rev. A. L. Wright and family left last week to at tend the funeral of his wff...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 14 January 1922

I) THE DALLAS KXFRKW. DALLAS. TEXAS, 8ATCKDAY, JAM7ARY 14, 1922. raUH eight Li 5 n WnminniiPi. 'Mi if a ; ;'3i 3 6' h i i i .... 1 . "-. ;i . " ".I I 1 V' Wlllinut a doubt, the best and most excellent article of Its kind a combination IIAJR GROWER and I LAIR STRAIGHT EN Eli. Give the hair natural soft and silky appearance. stimulating hair growth in come of the most hopeleR cases. oi.w-kt (I p V ; . WVmov! 1WA1.Y it tf '' J UwiMI" nnml wJf ' 1 M ;JrHM INTM( U U,, C 1 1.1 !l SOfT 111 .liiiiii. .'O V nAiRGRowtnj IV. OVEBTOM HYGIENIC COjj Our HIGH BROWN HAIR GROWER stands a one of oar highest achievement It In a preparatloa we look upon with pride. All we ask of yon la try it, If you don't find It the beat Hair Preparation yoo have ever used, we wfD gladly refund roar money. For Sale By All Dragglst. Asii! iscfsii3Jife' vmm nnrcnninnwBiiM ta a it t m ax " mm. 8HAMK OIV NKW YORK. New York City haa orfe of the big gest, If not the blKgest Negro popu ' latlon of aay town of the world, ove...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 28 January 1922

5c PER COPY lit 5c PER COPY EYEKTIVHEiiE ETEITTIVHIBE A CHAMPION OF JUSTICE A MESSENGER OF HOPE ALWAYS PROGRESSi-VE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE ii i . Founded by W. E. King "The Republican Party Is The Ship, All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. $2.S5 PER ANNUM VOL. AM, NO. l5T XHKDA LI-iAH KXI'KKKS, PAIA.AH, TKXAS, S.ATl'HDAY, JANUARY 8H, IQtttt. - . ' . fRlCB FIVE CENT8 PUB III Hill LIBERIA HAS NED MUNI . 1 . v WHEATON, PROMINENT NEW YORK ATTORNEY COMMITS SUICIDE. FINANCIAL DIFFICULTIES CAUSED BY CLIENT'S DIS APPEARANCE THE CAUSE. New . York. N. Y.. Jan. 26. J. Frank Wheaton, a leader In the activi ties of New York, committed suicide In Ills home, . 208 WcJ 137th Street, because the absconding of a client of his own race for whom he had pro vided 110.000 ball had brought him to the verge of ruin. The Negro from whom he had gone surety waa Jerry Gorier, the nature- of whose alleged offence waa not learned last night. ' Garler" case had been called fre quently, but postponed out of con sid...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 28 January 1922

i .;: tv o TIIK DA1.MS KXritKHS, DALLAS, TKXAH, HATlTtDAY, JANUARY 2H, 1922. .'- !;:;;L1: I'M".. liiTii:: Mi: """" " 1 ' . ... 1 COLORED HIGH SCHOOL MID-WINTER CLASS COMMENCEMENT, MONDAY NIGHT, 11 AT CITY HALL The Dallas Colored High School Mid-luter Class which consists of sixteen graduating students, will hold its commencement exercises Monday night, Janum;1 30th at City Halt auditorium. . The following program which Is made up chiefly of musical and ora torical number will be rendered: Music "Blue Waves of Tranquil Ocean" (Bishop) ....High School Chorus. Invocation Rev. W. M, Wilson MuhIc "I'm So Glad" Negro Spir itual High School Chorus Salutatory "Trained Men the Call of the Nation" Edgar Allan Hawle of tho Nation" ; Edgar Allan Hawley Baritone Solo "MukIc In the Soul" Lawrence Wright "The Beauty of Nature" Personal Mention Prof. W. M. H. Parker, formerly of Missouri, now of Lawton, Okla homa, is In the city. He expects to make a number of lectures on education while in the cit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 28 January 1922

o THR PALLAS KXPKKHS. PALLAS. TEXAS. HATI'IWAY. JANUARY ZH. ina. PACK T1IIIF.I3 c 6) j. r. jordan tenders Designation as vice su preme KNIGHT OF THE GOLDEN CHAIN AND QUITS THE ORGANIZATION J. R. Jordan, former Vice Su preme Knight of the Golden Chain tendered his resignation, January 25, to become effective immediately. Mr. Jordan thankB those who elected him to the office but de sires the . public to know that he is in no way connected with the order after January 26, 1922. Mr. Jordan haB been connected with the Golden Chain since its or ganization and expresses best w.ishes for its future success. PYTHIAN MEMBERSHIP CAMPAIGN SUCCESSFUL IN MANY CITIES. That the drive for- new members of the Knights of Pythias staged in several cities has been highly successful is learned from an open letter to the Jurisdiction by Grand Chancellor Willis. A total of 4798 new members have been added to the Order during the past three months and the drive has n3t closed. For the months of October, No ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 28 January 1922

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY. JANUARY 2W. 1922. pau four , - 4 il' THE DALLAS EXTEKSS FITT m I MtMHFD L NATIONAL NEGRO PRES8 " ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday mornlng in the year at 2600 Swlaa Avenue by t'HK DAI. LAS RTrnUM I'KULIJtHISO COMPANY. (Incorporated) Dallas, Texas. FOKF.K1 ADVF.UTlftlta nEPRB MEJf TATlVEl TV. B. tut romvaay, SOS Seulk Dear k N)rt-l, ( lilrnK. III.. W. M. 7,lff (onpiny, 404 Martaa ItullUtnc 1 1 K.aat ftaaeaa Street, Kt rk, 1. Y. Entered at Put Office at Dalian, Texas, aa m-cond-Hana matter, under Act of CongreM, March, 1871 IMPORTANT. No aubm-rlpllnna mailed for pe riod I ok than three month. Payment for aame muit be 76 centa. the dallas express, sihscriptioxs in advance. One Year ... : -12.25 Bix Months 1.25 Three Months .75 81ngl C'ppy ' .05 NOTICK TP THK Hl'IILIC. Any errdnrniu ' reflection upon the character. nUnilln or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear In thn, columns of The Dallas Kxpress will be Kindl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 28 January 1922

PAGB iTVB I - jgggg. jAl 5 Towns x i TIIK FOLLOWING OOIUUSSPON PENCK IS OF KKCENT HAP " PKNING, WHICH ARIUV ED TOO LATE TO BE CIA88IFIEI. Cisco, Jan. 26. Rev. J. W. Wash ington, pastor or St. Mark Baptist church hold services Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. L. Hopkins of Parks wor shipped here Sunday. Sunday school at A. M. E. church every Sunday. Every one invited to take a part. The public Installation of K. of P. lodge conducted by Prof. T. H. Brawley of Dallas. Hot choc olate, salad and cake were one of the enjoyablefa oab T8 8 8 82282 the enjoyable features. Arrivals: Mrs. Mattie Phillips, Mr. Eugene Barnes, Mr. Ellis of Plainview, Texas. Miss Byrd, parents of Mrs. Ninnie Culberson. Depart tureB: Mrs. Etta Jackson, Hugo, Okla. Mr. J. J. Sneed, now oc cupies the stand formally run by R. V. Jackson. Sick listed: Mrs. Viney Mclnlyre, Mrs. George Al len. Mrs. Imogens Randall enter tained the W. H. and F.- Mission ary Society Monday evening at her home 401 9th street. Join the popular list of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 28 January 1922

- 1 t - it-.. V11 I'AfJR MX THK DAM.AH KXPRKSS, DALLAS, TEXAS. HATIRDAY, JANUARY 88. 1022. TEXAS TOWNS r. . w. . d a a m h Marshall. Jan. 26. Rev. J. B. Grundy, ono of the leading preach on of the C. M. E.,dled at his home after a long Illness. Ilia funeral was attended from the C. M. E. chnrch of which he was a com-mnk-nt. Laid to rest In the Powd-l-rville cemetery. A wife and child mourn his demist, besides a host of friends. He was a leading citi zen. Rev. Lucus attending funeral. Mrs. Henry Rhodes, died at her home, after an Illness of short du ration. Her funeral attended from Caliiee Baptiat church. Laid to rem In the family cemetery. She lives a rout of friends to mourn her lotss. Mr. Henry Rhodes left for Tulsa, Okla., where he will live with his chlldreu. Mr. Rufus Rhodes, Mrs. Walker Rhodes and Mrs. Sarah Moore of Tulsa, Okla.. attended the funeral of their step-mother, Mrs. Harah Moore. Phone 775 f6r the Express, Mrs. George Turner of Dallas Is in the city the gucBt of he...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 28 January 1922

THM DALLAS KXPKKSS, DATiLAS, TEXAS, SATITtDAY. JAX1TARY 2H, 1B22. PAHB KKVKH I iQRAND jl CENTRAL THEATRE I ft f ' fx it UwHwUwHwmwowt ft " ' f . 4 4f J... 4" i.. 4" 4" 4 4' 4 4" 4 4" 4" i:: 4 4 4' ' 4 'I. . 4 4- 4 i.. I fr. C.- -iv f jvl .. ii. . ... "" I H 4" k . ii Yl ft K, 1 I "t ' 4" -'-vc ::t i:: jrwvj? v $,- ;;t 4;; I' Ir "! : t 4'; "t t" - "V - i Better I' 4 ' : :: S k & I ff v V if if J :i it ::t JOHN H.MIIUS, Sole Owner and Manager 14 HtM4 Sunday January 29th RUTH ROLAND IN "White Eade" Continued Every Sunday . M'ffff f f f ff f ff ff f4f 44fffff ff ffff f ff 4 iii..ti..i4MHiHt t Monday and Tuesday, Jan. 30-31 "BY RIGHT OF BIRTH" Featuring CLARENCE BROOKS, ANITA THOMPSON, WEBB KING in; A Colorful Drama of Racial Lights and Shadows A romance of laughter and tears. She lived as an Indian with foster white ft parents. As an allottee of wealthy oil lands, the grafters were af- rt ter her wealth.' She loved a Colored class mate, a lawyer; but she dared not admit it until: th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 28 January 1922

THK DALUS KX Pit ESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, HATCItDAY, JANUARY 28, 19gg. nuit riant Without ft doubt, the best and imut excellent article of 1U khid a combination IIAIH GROWER and HAIR STRAIGHT EXER. Gives the hair ft natural soft and silky appearance, stimulating hair growth In tonit of the nioist hopeless cases- (NO) tHl 1 C.HOWTH MA I a SOFT Hair 1 CROVS YJMranm V:t!!lfil riff. H n i " 1 1 ;TI I ' UJJ'1 Oar HIGH BROWN HAIR GROWER stands as one of our hlglieat achievements It Is ft preparation we look upon with pride. i All we auk of yon la try it. it yon don't find U the best Ilalr Preparation 70a have ever used, we wUl gladly refund your money. For Sale By All Drtrggisu, M;;ir-. sn7t;iiMt' iIfrtc.is p f 1- ) Texas q THU HM,OVVINJ OOKKKSPOX DKNCK IH OK IlKCENT HAP rr.MNi, WHICH A1UUV- Kl TOO l,ATI: TO Mi ciiA.ssii'inn. lauri, Jan. 26, The Reporter is on the Job attain after a week of llness with lugrlppe and influenza 'J'luire 18 an epidemic of laKrtupe colds in thin vicinliy and muny a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 4 February 1922

i..Ie fV TEJC AS 5c ?ER COPT UfllVl IVJJ- ,r nu15 EYEBYTVHKKE ETEBIWHEKE I I I always progressive distinctive in service Founded by W. E. King. "The Republican Party Is The Ship, All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. 2-2a VKR AJTNTJM VOL. A lil, .U 16. ' THK DALLAS EXPItKSS, DAEXAS, TKXAS, KATl'KDAY, FKBKVARY 4, 1922. PRICE FIVE CENT8 mm FIVE MEMBERS OF LYNCHING PARTY -THREE WHITE AND TWO BLACK, CAUGHT, TRIED AND SENTENCED TO LIFE IMPRISONMENT WITHIN 5 DAYS. (By A. N. P.) Oklahoma City. Okla., Feb. 2. Lyn ching received a set back In Ok lahoma, last week. Five men, two o fthein Negroes, were sentenced to life Imprisonment when they pleaded guilty today to charges of complicity in lynching Jake Brooks, a Negro. The trial was one of the speediest in the history -of the state. Governor Robertson, who has won a reputation lor defending law and order was ac tive In seeing justice done. The white men are Lee Whitley, Elmer Yoartal. atrlklnir members of the. Butcher Workmen's Union, and Char...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 4 February 1922

1'A;k two THK PALLAS EXPRKSS, PALLAS, TEXAS, SATCRDAa', FEBRUARY 4, 1922. , ' ,, uij. ii i" 1 L II - - - - . - - i ; " " ii - ii. G0-T0-SCH00L CAMPAIGN TO CLOSE WITH MAMMOTH MEETING FEB. 5. The Grand Finn. The Go-to-.School Campaign will rloao with a mass-meeting at the Friendship Iiaptlst church (Queen City). Dr. M. H. Odom, pasfor, Sun. Feb. 6th, 3:00 o'clock p. m. Hon. Wrn. M. McDonald, venerable stateman, banker and politician will be principle speaker for the oc- CHHion. The Go-to-School Campaign (ac cording to reports filed with the School Board) have addt i 367 chil dren to the public schoolB Blnce the first of the year, a strong, fav oralle sentiment has been created for a fuller attendance In the pub lic schools In every section of the city, while this Is quite gratifying, It Is to be regretted tnt there re mains about 2,000 children yet out of school that should be reached, of course the recently appointed "Truant Officer" will do all he can to reach, these girls and boys,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 4 February 1922

THE DALLAS RXPRKSS, PALLAS, TEXAS. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 4, 1922. PAOR THREE 3 0 O IARRAINE GINGHAMS. . " . . ... . . u Id 18 Deautllul Ulngnam IS ai Jw In. wide and is In all the most Aeharmlne nlnlda unri Milnrinira. They sell for 75c most every- where and are very good val- ues even at that price. Our Special Price for the Slaugh- tering Sale 80c Knit Petticoats , Big sample lot of Ladies' Knit Petticoats. Many styles and colors. Values of $1.00 and $1.60. Marked in two big lots i for Monday 69c 0c LAWYER CRESSMAN; PRESENTS DI PLOMAS TO MID-YEAR GRADUATING CLASS. A crowd of parents and friends which taxed the seating capacity of the City Hall Auditorium witnessed the graduating exercises of the Mid Year class of the Colored High School and the presentation of di plomas to them by Lawyer Cress man, member of the Board of Edu cation who acted for Vice President Russell. For the first time in the history of graduating exercises In Dallas, numbers were so pleasing to thejaB&'n to lo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 4 February 1922

THE DALLAS KXPRK88, DALLAS, TEtAB. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1922. PAGR FOX It THE DALLAS EXPBESS J MtMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday morning In the year at 600 Swiss Avenue by TUB DAILA F.XPIlItaS PCULISUINQ COMPAMY. (Incorporated). Dallas. Texas. FOilEIO A OVERTIMING KKPIIK-JE.NTATIVKl XV. B. Biff (empnar, W8 Sen la Dear- m Street, f hlvaK. III. W. II. 7.HI ChhiTi 404 Mrt BmIMIbk 1J V.nmt Nsuaa Street, new lark. If. . Entered at Post Office at Dallas. Texas, as second-class matter, under Act or Congress, March, 187 IMPORTANT. No subscriptions mailed for a De rlod lens than three months. Payment lor same must De 70 cents. THE DALLAS EXPRESS, SUBSCRIPTIONS IX ADVANCE, One Year $2.25 84x Months 1.25 Three Months i .7 Single Copy . .05 NOTICR TO TUB PCIILIC. Any erroneous reflection upon the character, stnndins; or reputation of ny person, firm or corporation which may appear In the columns of The Dallas Kxpresa will be gladly cor rected Upon Its being; bro...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 4 February 1922

THTC DAI.L-A3 KXPKKSS, PALLAS, TKXAS. SATURDAY. FEnnTJAItY 4. 1922. paob nv o TEXAS TOWNS ralextine, Feb. 2. The Second Executive Board of the Palestine Association convened with Rising Star Baptist church, January 26 to 29. Reverend ' W. A. Alexand er, Moderator. Owing to disagree able weather the Board was not well attended. More than $70 wau raised. Mrs. Emma Francis died, Jan. 28 after a few weeks Illness. Rev. C. H. Carter, officiated at the funeral, at the C. M. E. church. In spite of the cold and disagreeable weather, a large crowd was present to pay the last sad rites to the de ceased. The remains were laid to rest in Rapsdale cemetery. Mr. J. H. Wallace and Miss Lizzie Jinks were married, Jan. 19 at the home of the bride. Rev. C. H. Carter of ficiated. We wish for the contract ting arties a happy sail of the rug ged sea of matrimony.. Miss L. E. Ragsdale was called home Saturday to attend the funeral of her aunt. Mrs. Emma Francis. Miss N. E. Cantley of Frankston spent Satu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 4 February 1922

THK DALLAS EXPRESS, DA MAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 4, 1922. n or wr craf r r w w p n F w w w S.nco, Feb. 2. Cisco In still visit ed wllh cool damp weather. On account of weather conditions no services were nad at either church. IJev. L. Cornelius, 'pastor, of A. M. B. churcheu of Cisco and Eastland CTircult held Joint services at East land, Texas, .Sunday.' The A. M. E. and First BaptlBt worshipped to gether at Daptlst church. Evening services conducted by Mrs. Bertha Ijine and Hattle East, presidents of respective Missionary Societies. A glorious time was had. Iter. Cor nelius preached at night. Mr. Tom Johnson left Monday for Itrecken rtdge. Mr. Eugene Barnes made a trip to Ranger, Texas, Saturdny, and returned Sunday. Mr. Bug by and son Realty Co., Muskogee, Okla., ' was In the city last week on busi ness. The grand ball which Is to lake place at Columbia Hall, Hum ble town vicinity is anticipated to he a swell affair. Mrs. mogene Ran dall received news from her sister, Mrs. L...

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