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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 March 1919

TUB DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS, TEXAS. SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1919. page tuna;...?; Pythian Fro ic Has Been Postponed But (don't be disappointed we are 'earning back Notice! Don't Forget Date and Place K. of P. Temple APRIL 1, 1919 We, the U. R. K. of P. of Dallas are striving hard and co-operating with all the leading enterprises especially "Homo Enterprise" to get the young men and women of Dallas Interested in Music, Lit erature, Art and Gymnastics and to that end wo are going to lead In producing classical, refined entertainments that will appeal to and benefit the entire public. ... On tho Fourth Floor of the Auditorium. Beginning at 8:30 p. m. sharp, one of the most interesting liter- ' ary program ever rendered in Dallas by local talent will begin. At the close of which we will have addresses from one of our own overseas Lieutenants P. Li Everett and Seargent I. Mason. We will also present to you some of the wounded soldiers who have suffered and bled for our country. On the Third F...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 March 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 29. 1919. v . B. F. DARRELL, Who died at his home at 3025 State " street, Thursday morning, March 17. 1919. i L' MKMOUIl In Loving Memory of our dear Mother who died one year ago March 7, 1918. Ii a cold and Bllent grave yard where the trees and branchos wave, lies a kind and loving Mother in a wet and silent grave.; and so dawns one year tn our, lonoly thinking thoughts of Heaven are always near. 11 or lonely children. Mrs. Lena ' Adam. Willie Arthur and Eugene . Cole. CARD OF THANKS We take this method of thanking our neighbors and rrlends for their . kindness and valuable service during the illness and death of our dear huHband, Mr. W. brackens who de parted this life March 19, 1313. Sympathetically , yours Mils. W. UKACKLNrf. UKSOIXTIOX OF BKSl'iX'T TO MR. , H. BRACKETS. , "Whersiis God in his mighty power la the Silent watch of the U11 even ing of March l'.nh. gave orders to flying powers of death to go to Dal las and summon fr...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 March 1919

M . : : : ., . . , , tM k STREET COMMISSIONER MTP ITJI f VI,', iW ntu 5V A RE FINANCE COMMISSIONER These Cannidates are Pledged to conserve Your Interests WATER COMMISSIONER II. I'J. HARLLEE Heavenly Kingdom And The World Democracy Mew lllrth ot liberty. The horo-scope of time passes si lently over our beads in its onward sweep and vision writes itself in the ' deeds and actions of men and na tions, portraying and perpetuuting In bronze and granite tbe achievements of the. ages. Two thousand years ago, a remarkable event occurred in the annuals of history, a wonderful story, crowding out all previous nar rations, and Ailing the whole world with a new serial story that will never be completely ended but told only In part. A new dispensation told by the priests, and prophets, by angels and by the God Himself, made its remarkable advent into the very lire ot all history, sacred and pro fane, the fact, the one potential fact, a New Kingdom with New Govern ment ws'i to be established, an...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 March 1919

1 ; '. ; V V'v - 7 -- M ; DALLAS, EXPRESS, IH1XAH, TUX AH, SmKlUT, MARfH 89, 191 11 vvvvv ovvvvvvvvv VV ' .--CrfiQa VV U . - - MMnMMMHK TO cr o) AbvJ U Li - m i r i r i r I 1 r v r 1 l J I I 111 J XI J 1 l I , X U L UJ U . W . 4 A t : - ft tf vv . f f ft vv vv v ft vt VV vv ft vv v tf vf vf f vv VV ft VV tf VV ft vv ft vv vv Vf V V vv vf ft VV vv T Vv vV Y I V v JOHN HARRIS. 1 v Y v tV yA - t V vV v V vV T J V V . ?.v V v ? " V J t v : VA - t V ' 3 v v X v v Vv I ll'omaj . face 1 Breed o Men Ve V i 3, V , . . ; . x - V in An AETCRAhT Picture r v ':. X r: t, i 5 ff" it '7 1 ( f 7 ii;.. v:; V,- .7 fJ c V 19 v , SUNDRY HOUDINI, "The Hand Cuff King" Continued Every Sunday Featuring Houdini. minrTTI D T?T rT ATTl?,, Featured by Marie Walcamp, Thomas Llngham and JLHIll IXihU UfljU VlJ Alfred Allen. Starting March 30. A Continued story ' every Sunday running with Houdini. Monday March 31, "THE LIGHTNING RAIDER" Featuring Pearl White, big new Pathe Serial "THE SILENT MYSTERY" Featuring Fran...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 5 April 1919

mh -.iiii , - V Founded by W. E. Klflf. lf publican Party Is The Ship, All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. $1.60 Per Annum i i ii 1 1 1 i , , ii i a, ..i i 'in i in , , ,.n.,,, , ...... ' ' 1 ' in i in " " ' - " 1 '" y ' TOL. 96,'KO. K. ' DALLAS. TEXAS, SATCRDAT APRIL (, 1910. - 5?lIWlr '-'- PWCE F1TE CE5T3. A GREATER HID UIIiVBISITY III PROSFECr' t ( BAR RE D 1 9 iiaifLUUlilL TIES OF THE SOU T pn? p y III UUi REFORMS, "EVOLUTIONARY AND REVOLUTIONARY" MANY RADICAL IMPROVEMENTS PLANNED IN SCHOLASTIC COUR SES AND IN BUILDINGS, Special to The Dallaa Express. Washington, D. C, April 3. Plan of a definite and far-reaching nature have been formulated by Dr. J. Stan ley Durkee, tlie new and progressive , preaidunt of Howard University, that will establish at the nation's capital ' a truly effective instrumentality for lor the higher education of the Ne ro. A comprehensive program was an nounced at a recent meeting of the Board of Trustee and unanimously adopted by that body, which la to be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 5 April 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1919. . v.'u.s.s rcivr. v, r.)iul.' ' Tv;::;, April 3. Mrs. .;'... i .l.-i:.;:ioit of Tyler is hero vlsit- j.:!" !;. !' (i;.CKJt.r, All'S. ClirtOHI. M, N. riuht made a busl ' rn' -s trip to Tfnvii Tui-mlay. .- ;:r. i'.'.l illUmin vmitod In Dal las Saturday. Mis. JoUie Mat Turner and Sinter A. L. Hunt wore litre on a busi ness 'n-iii?(1;iy . V.iss Kaf.o Cray of Canton Is here 1h.t 8itUr. Mrs, Bowles. livv. WUltite of Terrell was hen f.inday. In n: ito cl tbe bad weather, many people were out to hear Hey. Mrs. CUu k preach. She delivered, two oul utinins sermons. J.iPSHis. Archie ThonipKon and N. C. Siinnon of Longvlew pased thro ugh Su.jduy en route to Ft. Worth, fci'pning over a few hour with the Matter's muter, Mrs. Lark Mathla. MILt'OKD. Milford, Texas. April 3. Master Alfred Ilently, v.hn has been in Dal las several weeks has returned home Mr. Goo. Buckingham of Florence Ala., who has been vinltinfZ his bro ther, Frank our fel...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 5 April 1919

1 ' THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1913. vac: zr. 25,000 MORE PORO AGENTS WANTED Equipped with the Very Latest Apparatus for Teaching the Poro System of Scalp and Hair Culture and Terms Moderate Poro Corner Dept. A-12 TEXAS ( . PBAIEIE YIF.W. Prairie View, Texas, April 8. The Southwestern Y. M. C. A. conference which was In session here last week closed Sunday night after a very successful meeting. There were rep resentatives from fourteen schools, five Btates were represented and In all there were 66 delegates. Several of the "Y" workers of the United States were also here among them were Messrs. C. Craver, Nation "X" Secretary; G. H.- Tobias, J. B. WatBon, M. S. Davage, R. P. Gibble, E, U Graves, H. K. Craft, H. U Pat ton and J. T. Wilson. Mrs. W. A. Giles of St Louis, Mo., arrived on the Campus last week with her two children to join her hus band, Lieut. Giles. Prof. W, h. Davis of Houston, form erly "Y" secretary in U. S. army was on the campus last week a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 5 April 1919

TIII5 DALLAS ' EXPRESS, PALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 5, m. C n. iK N.'"lCAL NECPO PRESS ASSOCIATION. tv.-r? Simnlny morr.inn c. I;.i-J If.;: i-i4l. I, A I f. 1:I1.III1NG i ii'i r.t v. ( ) it. ..ryt ii if A) r.'alWiH, 1-xhs. -n Vi!. uiiii', i rout A Frofrt S3 .'. I' Mi S. ,. , ,,! ;.. iii-r, KrcKt Front. Boy- C ii.Vp.i!.n iniu-r, Front & Front. Can (JI'T L1 :;i line. Aaktllr -mc Fr"t & Kroat, Ia-i-'Ipn.!.-r.t l'lilii'.'ngr. VV. V.. I I Mi, J. U. JIHIU.t, Mi". "r.tii.-Hi.l at lVHt Oldce t Dalian, T.-.a. a .oil-la-H inntt-r, undur Act of Ccmiiresn. fllarcn, i? IMI'OliTiXT. ... n,.t;t (or ft CM p,'r!..a limn three me'mtl.a. Payment . r nanio touai ie o" -,-ni.- o,e Venr t Monihs '? nrrt JHoiiili. ........ fc;iile -.!' " KOTICK TO TUB PtLlC Any prronm.ua reflection upon the flii,iKr, Miun.ling or reputation of ,iy prwin, firm or corporation wli n e.:v W-ir In Hie column of lha n lv.prr-H will be Kindly cor-r-rl.'fl upon Hn betnir brought to tlia atteutluri of the publisher. SAT...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 5 April 1919

p..ok my?-;' DER OIL AND GAS C0W1PANY OF KANSAS CITY. P10. ' t '; w ! i ! ij ABOUT THREE WEEKS AGO PURCHASED A FOUR ACRE LEASE RIGHT IM THE HEART Of THE GREAT B'JRKBURNETT TEXAS OIL FIELDS AT A COST OF 515,009.00. We couiJ sell our lease to day for 530,000 it we cared to da so, Read any Daily Paper for prices ot Burk Burnett lease. Our lease is on the Stephen Survey, which is adjoing the Hoffman Survey. The holdings of tbc Marine Oil Carripany were sold only a few days ago for S3.500.000, which was a part of tbe Hoffman Survey; and every dollar invested in the Marine Oil Company is now worth $17.50. Our driller, Mr.-C. M. Flickingar, who drilled three wells' for us last Spring, in the State of Kansas, is now on the ground in Burkhurnstt with his drilling machine and will begin drilling our well just as soon as arrangements can be completed. T7IK DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TlSSAS, SATURDAY.1 APRIL 5, iil'9. Our Special Offer To Texas Peopled ' 1 . ' :' ', "" ': ' ,-. ' : : ' "We are jel...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 5 April 1919

PA! THE DAI J AS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS. SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1919. rexAS KuKk, Tt-xus, April 3. Many sol diers 1ft fid around Huk aro return ing yUh bonorublo discharge paper. Atii-Rs; tlicitt arc the following: Pri vate Aiwa JU:tDun, from Camp Fuu t,tou; l'livatcij M. A. llamutoa, Otie Ila:::itin, J, V. Hampton from ("ami) 1 iui is tt'id l'rivuti; wayuiau Hicks, from iliUsoo CoiIoko. 'iUcao young jin n rulurut'd to iiunk, eaur for tuna lifo. 'liny buy they fcavo rcaluwi thu joiiutj Colored maa's oiJportuiuiy to become Kin.iiv.siul in buiiinens, should be based moa a thorough CUMCiilioU. Corporal Hamncy Jlonckr.sou re-ci-utly lei't for Dallas, cu route to ii:iUii)fcUm, 1. C, where he will re- tliliU'J U13 hlUUll'S Jil IUU IUIU1V, at Howard Univeraliy. 'Ibo many frumcla of k.r. A. T. Wood of i'oiita will regret to leara o t.hu d.,ta of lna wife, laut Thurs day, tiho waa a model young woiiian, and leaves a bo.il of relatives and lrlotids to mourn her loss,- Mr. Wood bus the sympathy of...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 5 April 1919

THE DALLAS EXTCKS3, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1919. WHAT r", she r i ' TEXAS TOWNS. I' is I 8 8 1 ITASCA. Itasca, Texas, April 3. On account of rain of last week our Sunday school was postponed until a week later.- Born to Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Calhoun, a girl.- Bro. C. B. Barton aud family moved to Holland, Texas. Mr. Wm. Standifer and Mrs. A. Hay den and little Miss Lonnle Standifer visited Mr. Ben Standifer and Bister, Mrs. U Norman, Thursday lastMrs-. Lucy Sadberry left for Dallas, Mon day to be under the treatment of the doctor. Mrs. Ida Bates of Dallas, was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Amanda Ross laBt week. The rain of Saturday night and Sunday hindered- service. Bethel A. M. E. Church. Dr. 8. Moten, B. D.. P. E., held his second quarterly conference of the Itasca station, March 28, 29 and 30. Notwithstanding the rain and mud Morning services were a scripture feast. Rev. Brisco preached at 3 p. the P E. at night, total amount raised $25.00. Revival services starti ed. ...

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. — 5 April 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1919. .... LLliill H f ' fi f ..;;!..UI lilts ffi III TC APPEAL CASE IF IJEIV TniAL IS ce:'iei iTiia Associated Negro Frees). Chicago, April 3. In. Leroy N. VuxAt, dentist and proailticnt in civic inlivr8 in bis former home at East i".L Louis, Mo., was declared guilty mul sentenced to llfo imprisonment bf the Circuit Court In Waterloo, VL. Friday. The conviction is the out come of charge preferred against Dv, Bundy iho result of the Kant St. Louis rofjj in July, 11)17. It la certain that t?ure will bo a motion for a new (rl.il and the cuse will bo appealed if fJils 1h Oi-n'fd. TJa KiiHt "Cl. Louis riots in July, ft Is certain that . there will be a motion for a new trial and the case appealed If this is denied. The East St. Ixwls riots, in which more than 100 occured, and resulted in lii devastation of what auction ot i:.tst tit Louis, where the majority of Colored people live and the black tv,t npot on the escutcheon of the ji-'...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 5 April 1919

' f t i TI1K PALLAS EXrB.ft3S,T).iLL,48, TEXAS, g.VTnuUT PRIX 6, 19119. TA(.F, SHE r ML MB IN NEGRO ' HIGH SCHOOL OF DALUS. Three rreceptors Hake. Becord ITof. Odle Furry, Prof. Jerry W. Towns, and Prof. T. II. Britton. The Band Lever In .Civilization. - Uy N. W. HARLLEE. Prior to the great Civil War. or the war between the states, school wan in the right plate. Mr. Brit tain is a practical carpenter as an instructor and is of great service to the boja intrusted to his care. His work In the department as viewed from time to time by the writer speaks the language of skill . and hand craft. KUS GEB AVE Ji IU B AFf 1ST CBIBCH. Tha .tint time, mud and tain did not retard the progress of the Mun geritcs. Sunday school as usual 8:30. Preaching at 11:35 by, Rev. J. H. Robirs,n, subject "Call of Samuel." A'l day was observed as Missionary an Wl ra il yb JVllti fin nn m uvu i JL JOE TRAMMEL, MANAGER -.5 . . 1, aim ihi hv.l - siny program was renoer- w. -wv. .-v... " ert In the afternoon. B. ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 5 April 1919

THE TVHMS EXrUKSS, PUT .AS, TEXAS, SATrftTUY ATTtTf. S. 1919. - -:-r:rmiAiA"w4 ' " v ' $ & ' $ x 4 Wit. WALTER I.UU.INKK PASS IS A IV AY. Fort Worth. Texas, April 5. Last Friday morning, .Murch 28lh as the old Kill" anC cruel monster, death wes trudging and surging and tugg ing away on the chain which protects the home by warding off hunger, privation, and their Hat'.crlights, the chain which drawn the heavy loads of adversities to the cret of the mound of prosperity and honor. He I.roke another link not only In the companion ar.i parental chain of the home, hut the lap rlnK which held Kev West 'No. 6 and her proud mem bership together for many years. Waller Berliner fell, he died. He was a good and peaceful ci'iien, Kkillul aiiifit tr. Trtlch line he erected his own monument 'while iul'e llve upon the beautiful walls of Mt. )isKah church, a dreamland for the ulnd. Walter Berliner was an important factor in winning for the Panther City Band, its wide, wide fame; ! was a loyal an...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 5 April 1919

TirK DALLAS EXPRESS, DUXttLXAS, S4TT RHAY APR Hi 8, 1911). Z.;:.. vKKXivv a , JUST SAY "CHARGE IT!" n nn nn fa) i Credit is your Purse. Open an account here and have ail the home furnishings you need at astounding savings, Don't looce a minute in coming to see. This Big 4-PiecG DaTTeriette Suite 3 u. vv fv itVt A A IVt&-& at J. A A AAA j. a a 'I HIGH i 0 3211 COCHRAN STREET q S73 nn in) r f.j lb D iMo Kc:) M SCHOOL I iiiiii iji I li iLi t is I 1 p H b- II 1 i 1 1 TERMS $7.50 CASH 52.00 WEEKLY ALL COMPLETE FOR ONLY $2.50 This big bargain offer for your living room comprises a fall size bed Davenport -which makes one room as good as two, together with a massive library table and two upholstered rockers to match. The most for your money In all Dallas, BUY A REBUILT GAS RANGE All Connected and Set Up in Your Home Lr-k .ilC 'a j I ill ' A REFINISHED Refrigerator Wll save food supplies and ice just as well as a new one at a fraction the cost to you. ,. . ,. . Our display includes ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 5 April 1919

T1IK DALLAS KXT'ii V.SS, . P U I AS, TEXAS, SATURDAY AI'BIL 6, 1919. 5. i DALLAS LOCAL .! AI.VA AUi'UN - CITY tDITOR i trtTJ. Ansli alia DaMjs i Outers 1101 po. h. r lot with lu. vlivs yearly sub- 3 O'l n-.v, liiU.M.u at St. John rinnvh lomorrow evening at 11 HUMS AKK YOU UOINU! her-' visitiiitf :r-!n-iaw, Mr. 1712 Maiilla y,i-:,. b.'..v,-,Ht i!.h-ar. Route 2. Box t'iiy. n uev.d bT subscription n 5Ue i':xi--.-a this week and says "tr. Aunt iu I must I.uve the Dallas KvplVhS to keep II i y couijiauy oil .Suixi.'ty. j'l'U'O lilidcrWOC.d is liis brother and nist iiiid Mrs. Uiidemocd s'rc.et. vato t'onio l-.'niory, whtse reg iment was a part of the Famous JKinI. Division, IS back to good old Dallas looking liiiR ami dandy. Prl v;,u Kniory says ho never though! liu would got buck to tlio old born Si! III!. A large crowd greeted Mr. Dun James lu his reception to tlio return j-w!ii;i;rs at tlio .Mt-troiiolil an- Hall "I'l.urtday Jiild. Owporal Jas. Lawshu la at liowe ai'l id- being Jiouora...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 12 April 1919

ffe ' '. ' ..." ' '' ... I ! I ,. . Fooaded by w. e. Eng. , 2'Ag Republican farly J8 The tihip. All Mse la The tiea".Fred Douglas. fUrt Per Amnm TOL. 26, 50. 2C ' v ' ' ' ' DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1019. , PRICE FIYF CENTS. o no m nnunnMnn pcoti w r fi " M t j ?i H i ; i i J fc.i iio iu. TO LUIHMOUUL U IILOU ml Uiuljiiii 1 s f i I! I IIAU OUIED 10 JME FAIR PLAY MOTOR MAN MISTREATS NEGRO SOLDIER AND MOB FORMS ' TO GET REVENGE, COLOR PREJUDICE MUST GO. . (The Associated Negro PreBs). New York, April 10. New Yorkers, of both race divisions, are getting their heads together, in a frank and open way, as the result of the re cent occurrence in Harlem, where a crowd of more than 300 people 'waited for a motor man, who had flagrantly mistreated a Negro soldier. There is no Intention to minimize the effects of this state of affairs. In talking to the Negroes of the Harlem .district. It Is learned that there is no disposition to permit Greeks, Jews, Italians, Irish and other foreign...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 12 April 1919

' f .' . : TV. a THE PALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS. SATURDAY, APPJL 12, 1919. WHS! YOU SUFFER FROI.I IlIIEOUATiSn DALLAS PNOPKSSIONALa LIGHTEN YOUR TEXAS TOWNS NEW METHOD V 1 il.VSCA, Itasca. Tf va-, April 10. Mr. and Mrs. Oua I'm, a were failed to l'ult Mine, Te.tas, Saturday to fettend tin; (imiisl of .Mrs. Ili'ijtt'u's nephew. Mrs. J. W. t-:t ni oi I ami neice, Hazel .Ve.Miiiivrn. 'eft for vYhiteroek, Fri day ! P.-. i ni'.'lhir H rid i; rami uml her, ?'!'.(. MiMullin, who ifi very sick. Mrs. Anna ll.liir sixi;t tl.o week-end in U.lh;!,on, last We k. The wonp miles w (-ildin;; uni. April foul party vm.-s quite a suceeiti, a neiit sum was r.;Jin''-d. Tlio mm hindered our last work's program. .Mr. Boa Staudlfer and daughter, Maiszee, left for Me riillan, Texas. Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. McKiuley and spent Saturday and Sunday. Church Notes lteihleheiu liaptist church, Sunday school wan well attended. SupL Wlim is hustling to raise the $50.00 for educational rally. Mil all Join In tl.o ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 12 April 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, vflCXAS. SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1919.J aaaa4aa4aa4aa4a4iHOTCV4t 5 ? i . OUR NEW HOME FREE! FREEH FREE i I i 25,000 MORE PORO AGENTS WANTED Equipped with the Very Latest Apparatus for Teaching the Poro System of Scalp and Hair Culture .and Terms Moderate Poro Corner Dept. A-12 TEXAS WEST. West, Texas, Apriy 10. Sunday school at 9:30. Those on the sick list are improving. ' , JACKSONVILLE. . Jacksonville. Texas, April 10. Mr. Clarene White and Miss Martha Ann Jordan were married, Rev. S. A. Ben son officiated the rally at Sweet Union Baptist church Sunday, April 6th was a financial success the pastor preached at the noon hour services. Rev. Newburn (white) pastor of the white church preach at 3:30 p. m. total collection $90.50. Mrs. tucenda McCulla 4s in the city, visiting her daughter, Mrs. Maggie Ragsdale. Misses Genenva and Bennie Crouch have closes their school and are at home. ' Mr. u. a. scoi o lu6 the guest of Miss J. M. Sanders. Mrs. Mr. O. A. Scott of...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 12 April 1919

I: ILL AS ESXriS i M t, E R NT, NAL NEGR3 PRESS ASGOCtATlON. l'ii)lt".H(l '?ry Sniiir-'itr mornlnB to tn .-ur fct Stun twis Aveaua. by ran ihixah mpm-: raiu.isiUMJ (IIIIM.VI'. IWw York Oilier, i-'roat & Front . N. 2i.lb Street. ",i.bu. (Milor, Frost A Front, Box es i.iinmnf:. Aii'-mri tnsirc. Front & Froat. Can- j,.r ilMicllIiK l i,'..iiu- im-', Fr-Rt A Froat. In d, l,,-n,l.-nt I. He liulkilntf. W. I KIJiG. J. II. JOHOAIV. Mcamrrr. lnti.red at Font Oltl: t Dallaa, Ti.ibs. m cond-clai-n mutter, uoiier fcet of Confcieaa, March, IS'i. IMI'OUTAST. Ko autacrlp'lona mailed ior a leaa period tlian tlireo mor.tlia. Payment for aam man', be SO ce.nta. frJjl!SC)!mTIO!8 I! AUVAWCM. One Tetr H (j Fit Month.... Ihrea Alondia fci us la Copy " AUTICH TO TUB FCBLKJ. Ary erroneoua reflection upon tha character, atitinllnn or reputation of my p.-rson. Ilim or corporation whlan Inav appear In tho columna of Th Gallon iOxpro-a will ba sladly cr-ceet.-ci upon it bulnir brought to tha attention o...

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