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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 April 1922

A THK 1AU.AS EXPRESS, r)Al,MS, TKXAS, SATURDAY, AVKlh 20, IfKili. A . ' - KI, 1IRTIIKI, HAPT18T CHURCH. Rev. B. Moore, Pastor. The threatnlng weather had a ten dency to lessen the full attendance of all the church services.. However, the Sunday achoul enjoyed a Rood at tendance and the same activity pre vailed. The Supt. hag planned for a big membership drive for May. Prof. W. B. Green, reviewed the lesson in' a manner that Index liia ability as a well prepared teacher. Mr. J. M, Moore of Clarksvllle, waj guest and spoke briefly. The morning- sermon by Pastor on "Sanctificatlon," wan an Instructive message, we appreciate such strong; gospel. The B. Y. P. U had an Interesting lesson, and Itev. G. I White, Blind Minister of the D. and P. Institute of Austin, waa present and delivered a timely talk. The 7:30 p. m. service waa another logical message delivered by Pastor on "Willing Workers Have a Success," Nehm. 4:6. ' The Senior choir under the manage ment of Mrs. Katie Jones, is the a...

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. — 29 April 1922

. L ::: ,.,:--'. it' r.n l-:!i;UT TIJKDAIXAS KXPRFSS. PATLA3, JKXAS. gAintDAY. APRIL 29, 1022- f TT1 CUT! Tb QUICK, SAFE Ear Sti&xai ca Sab at a Real Bargain. Figure J. ?1 M liere 13 a wonaercui opportunity iw v ... ; J- 'i 1 - .' .! iF , . -V every member of the Negro" Hace a '1 v chance to get the world's only SAFETY j hair straihtcner at reduced bargain price. ? f Yoa have seen the famous Lee SAFETY Hair Straiffhtener advertised. Thousands have been I sold at the regular price of $ 3.50. But, doe to a j lucky purchase of mrierials, we have made up 1 several auiiaru meao jjoi-rai, hibijub. - which we can sell s.t a big reduction. Bead evsry word of this announcement and don't miaa thLj unusual opportunity to own SAFETY The Lee; Hair Slraiglitener iphi. viImm. r.nvifitM.tlia nrnlnet of a Nftirr 1n venor" gsnlus Is the oety and cleutlfl nalr tr?LBli" eher. ft quickly and easily nialiea the most tubborn. tangled hlr tralgnt aiM slilcy. ouca me pat ented safety guard, whioh is lif...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 6 May 1922

y 51 ALWAYS PROCRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE A CHAMPION OF JUSTICE A MESSENGER OF HOPE Founded by W. E. King. TAe Republican Party Is The Ship, All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. $2.25 PEU AXAC3J VOL. XXIX. NO. 29. THE DALLAS KXPKKSS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 0, t9U2. PRICE VWtii CENT8 0 HARRY M. WURZBACH OF SAN AN TONIO, FLAYED BY TEXAS PAPERS BOSS OF GEORGIA OER FARM" GETS NEW T j na p 1 10R FOR SPEAKING BEFORE A WASHINGTON AUDIENCE. (By A. N. P.) San Antonio. Texas, May 4. News papers and the democratic politicians here are. attacking Congressman Harry M. Wurzback, a republican who was' elected In the land slide from this district last election because he ad dressed a mixed audience In-Washing, ton last week under the auspices of the N. A. A. C. P., where the congress, man Is alleged 4o have said some things complimentary to Colored peo ple. As soon as It was reported In Sn Antonio that the meeting was to be held, Texans telegraphed to Washing tun and entraired Special ste...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 6 May 1922

TEXAS TOWNS I'j!rK, GiMmns 1 li"! Si'liool Notes: Tlie Oiiitol kill Annual Moot of the hi;. Is 1 took i I are on the twenty fuia Ui of April and it wub an evening (f rati eujoyiiii'iit to tlte people of iJiis city ami community. The annual v,us laiKly iiiicniicd. A ",ooi musical pn.nim interspersed with literary ranohers added much to the delight ot the larue audience. The following contestants were win iicrs of first arizes; Talmaf Kiptoe, 'lTielma Dcspnin, Thunna Clark, llelloiso Conley, and Georgia Iee llodse. Second prizes were awarded to the following pupils: Henry Bridges Krnnkio Wo'.lliam und Teresua Gray. The people of this city and commun ity are prcpafrln? to welcome the I'irlt University Juld'ee Singers who will pleaao the large audience on Friday eveninA ot .May i2th In the auditorium ol Gibbons High School. The following young lady students of the colored hish school of darks vil'e., Texas were welcomed recently by the pupils and teachers of Gibb ons High School: Masses...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 6 May 1922

-kr in .iiiii . ft. ,. jrri4, lW (r 'A . 'I iSlng the Family Iks PWH61E' weuuifeortV j VoO 5JT Puton'I Put em Sone.1 Nr. ouo wary ,J Jumejres Awr IKTtRNATIONAL CAHrOON COiHTW 9 FJews A dance was given by the Royal Art club at the Pythian Temple Thurs day nlKht. Many pieces of embroidery were on exhibit. A large crowd at tended the dance and everyone nao . nrt tim in 'The Land of Jax." President of the Eagle Mutual Bene-I ..... It would fit Association la a little 111. but bust. I delight to Interest others in nexs la Htlll boumlnn. i the worthy work of the association. Mrs! E L Jones. 2817 Thomas 1 Regular meetings every Sunday after avenue Is also on the sick list i n2" aJ J- m: ve,rr2ne Invited. Mr. Jefferson and family as moving! , The track aDd fieid day under th, from 2801 Thomas avenue to North B""plc of ,tnno Y- C. A. U Satur State street The entire neighborhood ?ay. May 20 on Hall Street Park, regret much to loose hem. ,yJUlr'"" alLthe. -cn,ools and others The Benroy Motion ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 6 May 1922

f -...i.-' ....... . 1Bv. 1 THE DALLAS EXTRE88, DALLAS, TFJC AS, SATTTtDAY, MAY 6, 1022. THE DALLAS EXfEESS member national negro press association. Published svery Saturday morning tn the year at 2C00 Swiss Avenue by THE DALLAS EXPRESS PUBLISHING COMPANY. (Incorporated) Dalian, Texas. FOHEIU ADVERTISING KErilK MJ.STATIVKl T. B. T.Ht Company, 608 Seata Dear bon Mreet, Otaleaca, III. W. B. Zlft Company, 4A4 Mortoa RulhllnK 116 East Naasaa Dtraet, New York, Jf. Y. Entered at Post Office at Dallas, Texas, as second-class matter, under Act of Congress. March, 17 IMPORTANT. No subscriptions mailed for a pe riod lens than three months. Payment for same must be 75 cents. THE DALLAS KXTKF.SS, SUItSUm'T108 L ADVANCE. One Year.. ....$2.25 1.25 .. .75 .05 Ux Months Three Months Single Copy...- NOTICE TO TUB PUBLIC. Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear In the columns of The Dallas Express will be gladly cor recte...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 6 May 1922

THK DAM, AS EXPRESS, PAMAB, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAT , 1022. t'AGSI FTP a Texas Athens. Inspite of heavy rain Sun. day service were good at the A. M. E. church, all other being out of town. At 11 o'clock. Rev. C. H. Pugh of the A. M. E. church delivered a oul stirring sermon, many were made to rejoice. At 8 p. m. another power ful sermon, purely he must be a man of God. The Sunday School of the A. M. E. church is proteasing nicely under the leadership of Mm. Anna Robinson, the efficient Superintendent. The senior and Excelsior Junior and Husy lieo choir with Mrs. Laura H. Miller, aa pianist ia making rapid progress. Miss Novella llrooks of Kaufman, returned home after spend, ing two weeks with Miss Lela l,ewls, accompanied home by Miss Lewis for a few days' visit. Miss Otolee Morgan returned home after a few days' visit In Tyler with relatives. Mrs. Elsie liarker died after a lingering illness. She leaves a husband .three brothers and a host of children and relatives to mourn her lost. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 6 May 1922

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS. SATURDAY, MAY , 1922. Jflexas tWkiomiu The body of Jim Jones, tun of Mr. nave Jones was burled here Suivlay afternoon from the Klrst elm: the Mr. : Sparl; due, hefn . iThc body was In charge of, ''V'1""'- ''"rtaKinr Company, iir(" C.iHpi-r, on of Mr. and Mm, , . ' . . ivm ci-r.tiffht home from Per. '(iturrtav nlirht, whore he had hwUv Wewt.f.M ni. The rpnnrtor was r"t of town Saturday and the pot. li" hnd h.-en trusted to deliver' he' :i'r'(, ovei-tooked quite a num ber ' nor renders. We shall see to It tl.nt Hiia does not happen aarnln. The miotic sclools are now making fre!'M rn ticn for clonintr exerelses. The cilv fchooU will close Miiy 2K. Thf N. A. C. met with Mrs. Dora WiMii'ini. east Crdlins stieel, a eoodly nuinh-w- was present, after business Tia held. The hostess served a two course m'mii N. A. C. met with Mrs. I'Oula Allen, April 25, east six avenue, the member met at usual hour with the president, Mrs. T. A. Burton, pre siding. X very ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 6 May 1922

A WORLD OF gPORf All Eyes Are Turned Toward Riverside Park, Dallas New Base Ball and Amuse ment Plant Which Held an Auspicious Opening Thursday;- Looks Good. Thursday was a Rata day In Dallas for local fang, on thin day there were two great celebrations combined, namely: the opening of the nineteen twenty Ibase ball season and the grand opening of Riverside Park, Dallas' new Base Ball and amusement plant' a representation of Pallas Negro brain and skill. The big gates of the athletic field swung ajar at 3 o'clock at which time many persons were there seek ing admission. Opening of the park had been de ferred from April 2 to Thursday, May 4th and thus creating Interest by this time to fever heat. Grand Chancellor A. S. Willis of Grand Lodge Colored Knights of Py thias pitched the first ball and Dr. R. T. Hamilton donned the catcher's mitt and played the part of a re. ceiver. The first ball pitched by the distinguished visitor fell a little shy of a strike, but what was the use of dif...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 6 May 1922

THE DAI.I-AS EXPRESS. D.VM.A'4, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 6, 1922. -r PRICE GUT! The QUICK, SAFE Hair Sireigbcsi on Sals at a Real Bargain. Figure Here is a wonderful opportunity for a every member of the Negro Race chance to eet the world's only SAFETY hair straightener at a reduced bargain price. You have seen the famous Lee SAFETY Hair Straightener advertised. Thousands have been sold at the regular price of $3.50. But, due to a lucky purchase of materials, we have made op several hundred of these patented stralghteners which we can sell at a big reduction. Read every word of thJj announcement and don't miss this unusual opportunity to own The Lee SAFETY lair Straiffhtener boiuets' nest In Hairy Clay Smith, editor of the Cievo.unu ja.ette. timi tl has aliways oueu a ttiora la tua side 01 tiepuucuna -.n this, ritate. Two years ago this same smith ran ror secretary oi State and polled bl.OSl votes lor more than the total vote cast for AV nils In 1S18 as candidate for renomlnat.on the Go...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 13 May 1922

.-. hud 1 ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE A CHAMPION OF JUSTICE A MESSENGER OF HOPE i 'r Founded by W. E. King. "The Republican Party Is The Ship. All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. $2A6 PEU ANXCM VOL. XXIX, NO. 30. TI1K DAM.AH KXPRKS8. DALLAS, TKXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 13, 10U PRICE FIVE CENTS 1) Representatives of Only Post in State Told That Invitation Implied That They Hold Convention Among Themselves. Hotel Management Says Presence Not Intolerable. Waco, Texas, May 11. The story of how representatives of the only Ne. gro post of Disabled American Vet. ernani of the World War were In vited to a conference of representa tives of all of the posts of the state In Waco, and then refused admittance to the deliberations, Is told In a let ten to the-Express written by one of the representatives. The letter Is as follows: Prairie View, Texas, May 1, 1922. Dear Sir: Preston Phillips and Bishop Dale chosen delegates to the Disabled Vet. erans of World War, (Prairie View Chapter No. ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 13 May 1922

THiJ DALLAS KX PRESS. PALLAS, TKXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1822. ri.- two DlA.il GRIGGS, VETERAN BAPTIST, DIES IN DENISON. v. - .. ' A i i ; . i i ! - ' i w w I those noted above, they are Just not able to pronurly furnlrh and provide I in a miiuble way to nl their chil- dicn to Hchool, and tLe no called United Charities docs but precious little for our people, in fact 'the "red tunc". incident to recievinR any ushIr tuuee from the United ('bariiiis is more embarassine than the value 01 their aBfXKtaiK'P, (I gather this infor mation from tlmfie who have, applied for afiRiwtunco etc) Vouiik men of, from IS to 21 jrars are Bi8t stunihMiivr bloeliK to the enfi'rc aienl of Urn Law. Yiiiing Men of, fro,n 18 to 21 ycara old who bnnK around t)ieae dives, moving pictures and parlis rontrlhnte in a moKt teli'ing way to the difficul ty of enforcing the Compulsory Law, for when a school age child observes these hunum "sores'' standing around on the street corners, they at once form an Idea in thei...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 13 May 1922

PACK THIlftfl, PROFESSIONAL. Raising the Family- If Pa Really told Fisher Sophlo Ms. Opinion he'd got "In Dutch,' JjIC GEO. M. Ml MCI!!.'. MEDICINE and SUROlHtr. Offle 12th and Calhoun Btrccti Fert Wertk, Texas. l-25-t . nm-rrw 1 1 ii Wii u t THE DALLAS EXPRESS. PALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1923. " 50 iYA seJpS& h-owW' INTERNATIONAL CARTOON CO.S.V I ,-, SWi T f i W. L. A WORD TO THE BAPTISTS OF AMERICA. A Great Man Has Fallen. Dr. A. R. Griggs, who was known among the Baptist of Texas, as the father of the denomination, a strong and uncompromising Baptl.it. pure and sound In the doctrine, faithful nd true to his belief, has fallen. It has been the wisdom of the Ah mighty God to call from among us this very worthy servant, who has done much for mankind. Dr. A. R. GrifTflrs WAa wllhnnt mimtUn 4 V. strongest Baptist preacher in Texas. ime 10 rve ana ao gooo ro ii man He has been a helper to every preach- I kind. There are many of us Rev. A. er who occupies any position in thlsi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 13 May 1922

Tins puxas expkksb, naUAS, tkxas, Saturday, may is, icaa. t'ACT! FOS.TI me pallas txrurss TIFT Itf MtMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday morning In the year at 2000 Swiss Avenue by THE DALLAS RXTUKSS rt'IlLKMIING COMPANY. (Incorporated) Dallas, Texas. FOHK1G ADVFIT1S1! KKI'HIS tlK.NTATI Vlil ' VT. n. 71t Company, 608 Soith Dear- mm btreei, hl Ko, 111. W. It. 7.1ft Ompany, 404 Hortaa Building 1J6 V.amt Nuua Street. Kew lark, N. Y. Entered at Post Office at Dallas, Texas, as second-clans matter, under Act of Congress, March, 1871 IMPORTANT, No subscriptions mailed for a pe riod less than three months. Payment for same must be 76 centa. THE DALLAS EXl'KKSSj SUItSCItirTlO.NS IJT ADVA ATE. One Year.... . $2.25 Six Months . ...11.25 lln-ee Months .75 Single Copy , 05 NOTICE TO THE PSULIO. Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of ny person, firm or corporation which may appear In the columns of The Dallas Express will be gladly cor ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 13 May 1922

THE DALLAS EXPUESSi PALLAS, TEXAS, SATCTlDAY, MAT 13, 1022. . ADA MONTGOMERY HAIR GROWER In three montna will make the hall rang, soft and (lossy. A trial will prove It. When to Kansas City eaU Texas Towns Ollmer. Gilpal Unptlst Sunday School was filled with children Sun day. Bring the classes to number 6. Special program for Mothers' day will be executed Sunday evening by the K Y. P. U. Service at the C. M. K. church Sunday morning were good. The Precious Home Court H. of J. held their annual Thanksgiving ser mon Sunday afternoon. Rev. Ed W. Johnson officiated. Miss Myrtle Atter way of Tyler is in tho city and will inntruct a class in music this sum mer. Mr. Henry Miller has opened a pay school in the school building. Mrs. M. M. Bobo and Miss Ulanche Wright have" returned to their homes in Dallas and Texarkana. respectfully. The people petitioned their return as teachers for next term. Coney Sunday School and B. Y. P. U. were both well attended Sunday. Rev, I M, Chafer of Frankston...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 13 May 1922

SIX TIIK DA IX AH BXTBJKSa DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1923. TEXAS f r f i rarxli'imn. MIkh Jl..rtene Arnis Ironsr Ih snaking an evtend. .1 visit in Kort Worth. Mrs. Willie "haw h8 returned. Mm Wilson Is 'p ami (Joins c unnt. ft rN. im.ii"! v . i ti.n hom.ital wherf she un der went n successful operation. Mr. M J Fallon has returned home from K1eJi.o"linl whore ho w. tii-on. ho lx doing well, her. tsiale president of I no ' ... services Hurt at n;lVM,rn-e b"isld of ,.y ,,.1,-Kram ,M.;'k'br0ther officer.. or t- death of 'tn on su- trcil .'il sceral Net" mvestiBa .ieim nore last we ' "",,,, and gro. tlon showed that an y t, away certes had to"a and elsewhere in several places ' " . r,., over "y ?"-" and Min o( J'Js ed. Chief Knl,ihLn 7-Htd on eastslde lCn ,ade a ,"aUviel9 containing and took """'"gu A you OK Ph'" I lrc water. No rrl.?nPr wore arrest tographer and his pat checks on id and iailod J'man here. well known btisinei-n . ifn of inside wood w ork o i of Cal at the carniva...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 13 May 1922

TUB DALLAS EXPRESS. PALLAS, TEXAS, SATTKDAT, MAT J3, 1923. FAt. t. rtPVf WORLD GIANTS CELEBRATE OPEN IMG CARD WITH A VICTORY Panthers and Crabs are Trim med in Regular Order. Giants Pitchrrs are Rounding into Form. Bronchos Next At traction. .Thursday marked the openinK of the Texas (Colored) League Bane Hall Peamm In Dallas, and local ians in. dulircd freely In the ceremony. Riverside Park, Dallas' new base ball field, (bred and borned In the Negro mind, planned and erected by him) was all aglow Ions before the lid formally opening the nineteen twenty-two base ball season was pull, ed oft'. Fans assembled from far and near to lamp the new base ball stadium and to place their, stamp of approval upon same: Judging from trie amount of applause received the venture was well worth the time and money in vested. The opening attraction was tho fells leopardus, or pardus, an English de finition may make it more palatable to take Just say. the Fort Worth lilack Panthers, Duke Carrlngton's he...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 13 May 1922

IL. TUB D.UXAS KXrKICH8. DALLAS, TEXAS, flATTODAlf, MAY 1. 1023. IGK r.K.llT " 7 v A':'5r.?eyByTy'"ri"" n ii - m s- ' cr on i ! i i t i St i-f o j d . I IT. 1 ft I D ALCOHOL 20 A VEGETABLE PRESCRIPTION RECOMMENDED FOR THE TREATMENT OF THOSE DISEASES PECULIARTOVOMEH Price m PREPARED ONLY BY . THE GERSTLE MEDICINE CO. MEMPHIS.TENN. V Those who suffer the aches, pains, irregularities and weakness known only to women, can find grateful relief by taking- VedetaMeCompoimd -i r I i i a MIX Mrs. Martha Caneer, Box 1507, Memphis, TerM, Please send me St. Joseph's Book and sample of Liver Regulator. I would like to have more information about G. F. P. My trouble is ( t I M M M I M I M I I M i M I I I I Name Street or R. F. D. .......... . City State G. F. P. is made by the use of those roots, herbs and barks which doctors and medicine men of long ago found relieved the aches and pains and Strengthened the female organs. G. F. P. is also a fine tonic. It will increase your appetite and make yo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 20 May 1922

tJUlVL'RSm OF WAS AUSTIB TBIUS 1 -X o ALWAYS PROGRESSi-VE' DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE A CHAMPION OF JUSTICE A MESSENGER OF HOPE Founded by W. B. King "The Republican Party Is The Shipf All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas.' 1128 PER A5NCM VOL. XXIX, NO. 31 ' THK PALLAS KXl'KESS, PALLAS, TKXAsT SATtKDAY, MAY 20, 1022. , PRICE FIVE CENTS lb Sensational Tale of Frenzied Finance Told in Court by "Negro Moses" Charged with Fraud, New York. N. Y., May 19. Garvey, -president of the Universal Negro Im provement Association, and the lead. I rig- figure In the Black Star Line Co. Inc.. admitted last week in court that practically all of the 1600,000 Invested in the line by thousands of people from every section of the country had been wiped out The startling admission came while Garvey was on the stand, under severe cross-examination on a charge of fruad brought against him by Edward Orr. Decision on this case has been re served. - Garvey also admitted that he was not a citizen of this country, hav...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 20 May 1922

....T1IE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 80, 1982. rv.ir, mo . "1' y&2ZjiOiSia$ZZ Ci3sC.3fcCSsfcS V" ODD DRESSING TABLES, $22.50 $ $1.50 CASH III ii mm mm t v i i 8 Y 3752 T 1455 -HOME-FURNITURE CO $1.00 WEEKLY I A Dressing Table is one of the most con- y venient pieces of Furniture a woman can f f have in her bed room. This week we will u start closing out aiS odd dressing tables at from one-third to one-half off. About fif- if teen styles are shown. Can be had in Ma- U hogany. Walnut, Golden Oak and Ivory. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD WITH US COME vnu nav p vnn lice T TUC U IUU r hi Hit luu Uiitm mi. II II I J Q ELM AT PRESTON the charity wagou but the churches so we will say come churches get in the charity wagon with us and let hi all ride, what say you. We knew ihe race was alright only a little un tboughtful. Hoping- that we all will unite together in an effort to care for our needy, for where there is union there Is strength.. . The Citizens of West Hal!. ST. 31AKK BA...

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