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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 20 May 1922

'-' '2: - t o THE DALLAS EXITUCSS DALLAS TEXAN SATl'RDAY MAY 20 1022. 3 0 Texas ny(jnagtw;nSnfynna; n ii McKlnney. Mr. Lee Oliver Mr. El- more Jtoujrlas of Denton were tht guest of Miss Gladys Howell Sunday May 7th. A lovely afternoon wan spent In kodaking-. Members constituting- the party were Miss O. A. Howell Mr. Lee Oliver Miss M. C. Duncan Mr. Floyd Sanders Miss" Christine Stewart Mr. Allen Thomas 'Mr. Elmore Doug- las Mr. Scott Thomas of Melissa if fastly Improving; his many friends ark Kind to see htm on the mend and ' hope for him a speedy recovery. The Odd Fellows and Households of Ruth had their annual strmon preached at the Second baptist church by Rev. J. B. Gentry. Sunday Hev. Holloway preached at the c. M. ti. cnurcn. nev v. K Thnmnxon. the new Dastor ol isjll. u av ma - v. . - . E. Thompson the new pastor of the Free Will Baptist church had charge Sunday Mrs. P. A. Shelby en- tertaintd the Senior Sewing Circle Friday. Mrs. P. 1. Perry was hostess to the Young Married ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 20 May 1922

VXCV. SIX Texas ftraaehvlllcv Service were well at. I tended at Providence Baptist church HiimJuy. Itev. A- L. Taylor pastor holl hit regular service. Rev. P. H. Henton pastor of Trinity Baptist church delivered the message. Quite a number of hi member were present. Mrs. Ijllle H umber died at Cameron TKa Saturday. Her remains was brought here for burial and services were held from Providence Baptist church 8uiday of which she was a member. Rev. C. C. Lott pastor at Kockdnile officiated. Mrs. Humber was formerly of lranchvllle. She was 7 years of a?e at her death; had been a ChriwUan tilt year: she leave two sons and one daughter to mourn her demiw. Rev. P. K. Humber Cameron: prof. C. K Humber of Marlin; Mrs. Hell Irtxon. Mearne. Cameron Grove Baptist Church of which Rev. Horn- fcor is pastor paid very hlph tribute t the deceased. Also Indenpendence church at Calvert. Among those who came from Cameron were Hon. G w Pledge l'rof. J. W. Ilartlett and Prof. O. M. Kelly and others space...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 20 May 1922

-4ast-.......l(t. .;-s. - .A iJMrtHI M ..THE PALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS. SATlTtDAV. MAY SO 1022. FAt. t 8r. HI WORL D OF SPORT BLACK OILERS WILL BE NEXT CARD TO TACKLE THE LOCALS. The Beaumont Oilers will be the next Base Ball attraction to grace the spot lights of local fandom and not the Bronchos as was previously stated in these columns. The Oilers have always been a hard club to defeat and this year according the line-up in hand are more dangerous than ever and will make the local entry skip to hold their own. The visitors will come to Dallas well fortified in every department for the local embroilment and prom ises an attraction well worth the time (merit in viewing. They will march upon the local charges May 20 and will conclude with games May 21 and 22. jit la a cinch that It will be no run away lor me cnarges oi nirater Sloan. Waco baa suddenly opened ita eyes to the fact that Paul yutnn really has a team and aa the Dallas Black Oianta are well know here the biggest crowd o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 20 May 1922

FUR DALLAS rTWUXH DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 20 1922. C- -r.r(rr vituT n"P Tl".T II request that those fund bo used from .!.itOf i.UCfi liuud II A I LI- to tin16 fr the sdvantaR of.' ce':;s have keclecteo fus- APPRECIATION. (Continued from page 1) ry tfmlr CArcocs to and from the Hampton Institute. Chief justice Tart accepted Mr. Peal.ody's grift and ill . ' . . AJ rrru i I mm s hf kitl?ti rim tikr ?."K""SoT. "Mm. and tS mV. Peabody. Uishop Bratton offered a We take thia method of oxpressln nravnr of hlrH.slnsT. our sincerest thanka to those wh All th Hamilton ibutldlnirs end showed their tender care by their classes were thrown open t" inspection assistance and floral offering- during and many truest passed tnrougn ne tne recenr. oner niness ana aeatn o niininrmii school deuartments. includW Mrs. Rosa Oby) Grams. Those wh inir the Whlttier Training; Hchool the contributed toward the lui.cn for the hips that atop out In deep and safe Trade School the agricultural exhibit children dur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 27 May 1922

UBIWRSITTC OF TiS.US AU3TIB T-5XAS n ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCnVE IN SERVICE : 1 : : . ' . Founded by W. E. King v'- "The Republican Party Is The Skip All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. . aM PKB ANOTM VOL. XXIX NO. 82. - TUB DALLAS EXPRESS DA Mas. TEXA8 fiATtHDAY MAY 87 102-. ' rRICETFFvE CENTS 11 JV V7 Widespread Discontent at Administration Methods Causes Drift Toward Democrats. Leaders Charge Deceit and Failure to Re- deem Pledges. New York. N. T. May 25. Charr- ing that their race has been Insulted deceived and discriminated against by G. O. P. leader. Brooklyn Colored Re- publicans are in open rebellion. Coming as It does on the eve of a great election and on the heels of the mighty drift throughout the coun- try toward Democracy the Colored revolt is causing; considerable alarm In Republican high circle. Republican "best minds" Indicated recently that some effort will be made to appease the warring Colored men and women. - They admit that recent elections around the country ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 27 May 1922

V.(fii TWO THE DALLAS EXPRESS JiALIiAS. TEXAS SATl KD.VT MAY 27 IttSSS. BED MATT $2.00 CASH $1.00 WEEKLY f r 1 I 1 . ' ; y This is a real Home Value. Outfit comprises 2-inch continuous post metal ted in Verm's Martin and White Enamel finishes. Full sizes all cotton linters mattress and an all steel coil sprint. Many other specials are offered this week that will interest you. Buy the ;Home Way" and have longer to pay. HOME FURNITURE-CO ELM AT PRESTON TEXAS TOVNS. ( .Marlin Miss Attral Black will leave for Flsk University Nashville Tenn. in a few days to begin her studies In music mathematics and Latin. Miss IMxie L. Calloway goes also to begin her studies in the same University liev. Fleinmings has reurned from Orange where he hus been for two weeks assisting Rev. Hubbard In a big revival He reports a successful effort with many accessions. Rev. P. A. Arm- strong held the charge last Simdayat the First Baptist church and his sor- mnns were well received The Pontoon Odd Fellows Thank...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 27 May 1922

XAS SATURDAY MAY 27 1022. pa sin TiHirm TEXAS TOWNS. Houston. Mr. Walter P. Benehley died Sunday. Rev. T. M. Jackson officiated. Mr. Earnest Abercrombie died last Tuesday and was buried Sunday. Mr. Julia Surrell died Thurs- day at his home 1101 Summers St. and was buried Sunday. Rev. Branch officiated. Mrs. Jane Riley died last unursaay at ner residence 2613 Folk Avenue; funeral was held from the Boyton Chapel M. 'E. church. Revs. J. James and J. W. Johnson offlcated. Mr. R. W. Mays of the Houston Gas Co. left last Saturday for Marlin to spend a three weeks vacation. Mrs. . Geo. H. Guyton 2210 Valasco St. after spending three weeks in Galveston is at home again. Grand Master H. G. Goree of the Odd Fellows of Texas Jurisdiction was In the city and left last week for Dallas with plans of the proposed New Odd Fellows home. Express for sale at following places: Little Queen barbershop; or Wm. Archibald 422 San Felipe Street. Cooper Rev. Davis returned from St. Louis Mo. after attending ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 27 May 1922

X -W A'..s ' rnUl DR.R.H.TROTTER LJT THE DALLAS KtritfirtS; DALLAS. TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 27 1022. o THE DALLAS EXPKEPS 'AHERICA IN HAUL MtMBEH NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. PublUhud every Saturday morning In the year at 2 GOO Swiss Avenue by rtlK DALLAM EXPRESS PUBLISHING COM PANT. (Incorporated) Dallas. Texas. t'UHKIO ADVERTISING IlEI'RE- BKNTATlVEl : tr. B. Riff Company 08 Seath Dear- boa steet hlraKO 111. V. it. 71(1 Company 404 Mortem Building 11 East Nassau Street. ierk. HI. Y. Kntered at Post Office at Dallas Txas as second-clans matter under Act of Congress March 1871 IMPORTANT. No subscriptions mailed for a pe- riod lens than threeTtionths. Payment for same must be 75 cents. THE DALLAS EXPRESS SCBSCBirTIOXS IJi ADVA.NCE. One Year Six Months Three Months... Bingl Copy .-12.25 ....1.25 . .75 .06 JfOTlCK TO THE 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...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 27 May 1922

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS. TEXAS. K.TVItfAY. MAY 27 1022. r"AGB CTVB o 9 PRESPIR ATION AND BODY ODORS Will Make You Unpopular Perfume and highly scented talcum powder will not disguise or hide perspiration and body odors. Even bathing every day will not destroy these disagreeable efforts of perspiration. A French chemist has invented a delightful cream by the use of which you can keep your body as fresh and sweet as a flower. It is called Mon Secret which in French means "My Secret." BLACKIssWHITE Prion Secret Destroys All Body Odors Mon Secret is truly a wonderful toilet cream. Applied under the arms and other parts of the body it not only prevents perspiration but kills this and other body odors. Black and White Mon Secret will not irritate or injure the skin; nor will it soil your clothing. No woman who de- sires daintiness and per- sonal charm can afford to be without a jar of Mon Secret. Get a jar today If your druggist cannot supply you large jars for 25c a package or two will...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 27 May 1922

VMiK S'K Texas .---'"---- .-r!?"Uv..3. ww.s"IB"' The. UV B. V. and S. IS. T. held their annual thanksgiving aermon at Lights (Impel Sunday 8:lii) p. m. Rev. G. W. HttiiiKf :'llow officiated. Mra P. C. Robinson of Temple waa pleasant rui'Hta of Mra. II. M. Robinson Sat- urday and Sunday. See Mrs. A. B. Smtllie for leather batra and rain- coats. She has a complete lino. Quite a f'iw attended the Rosebud high !i.m.I ra'itiatlnfr exercises pice and iiU game last Friday and enjoyable time was had. Cameron won over Ro.si btn'i 13 to 4. Prof and Mrs. Theo- dor yVYlKlit and Mrs. R. A. Covlng- ton are brinKlnt? Rosebud to the light The work they are doing- la worthy of praise this being Rosebud'a first com- nn neemnt. The Cltlaena of Cameron and other adjoining towns and com. munllles lof Milam County are pre- pairlna; to entertain all visitors with a IfUh of June celebration that has never before happened In the history of Milium County. It each person make himself a committeeman and h.'lp ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 27 May 1922

WORLD OF SPOMf Qiants Orab Three In a Row j ' ' ' I Beaumont Black Oilers Suffer a Stinging Defeat at the Hand of the Local Squad. Dallas Pitchers Showing Class. Monday's brilliant battle concluded the three game series with Beaumont Black Oilers. The visitors dropped three in a row to the Giants. After Saturday's game the Oilers were troublesome until the very last. Pitchers Bell Daniels and Ming were the winning cards out of the local stable. Hunter Story Lofton and Dockins were contributors to the Giant? string of victories. Below is a synopsis of the whole dura affair. HKAIMONT 5 DALLAS IS. The victorious tribe of Sloan again triumphed Saturday afternoon at Klv- erside Hall Park In the opening: melee uouipuoa B3Xi(l em oj enp uoniqp of a three Game series with Beau- mont (Illack) Oilers. The entertainment was a farclal ex- of the birds who substituted day coaches for Pullman sleeper In their ride from the Oil City to the Mecca. The visitors started the fire works In third by ann...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 27 May 1922

THE DALLAS KXPRKSS PALLAS. TKXAS SATURDAY MAY f .22. r;re right- 1 t II PICTURES! PICTURES OF THE LATE Colonel Chas. A. Young U. S. A. Highest ranking Colored Officer In the U. S. Army and 0 Bert Williams. WORLD'S GREATEST COMEDIAN. Also 19 other subjects of world-wide fame as follows: C3lMi3B ALCOHOL 20 A VEGETABLE PRESCRIPTION RECOMMENDED FOR. THE TREATMENT OF THOSE DISEASES FECULlARTOWOMEn Price $122.. PREPARED ONLY BY THE GERSTLE MEDICINE CO. MEMPHIS.TENN. m When your back aches you have pains in lower part of your stomach "bearing-down pains" headache whites painful and irregular periods - You are discouraged half-sick tired all the time and can hardly drag through the day - You need a reliable tonic -a tonic that is made especially for suffering women. V .'V fa I 0; StJesepKs fefefable Compound i CUT OUT and MAIL Mrs. Martha Caneer Box 1507 . Memphis Tenrt. Please send me St. Joseph's Book and sample of Liver Regulator. I would like to have more information about G. F. P. My t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 3 June 1922

r G00D7I3 UBSAHI.'v. AU2TIB SjSJCAS : I. I i ALWAYS PROGRESS DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE A aWvIPION OF JUSTICE A MESSENGER OF HOPE I ; 1 I ... ... rounded by W. B. King . "The Republican Party Is The Ship All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. ' 92JU Vs&l ANXOI YOU XXIX NO. 83. " ' THK PALMS EXPRESS PALLAS TEXAS. SATURDAY. JUNE 8 loag. - paicEFI VFC KN f a" I iyi El lull. rigl 1 p OPE- . u 'O 4".il -o 'J. t i H - i 11 '. DR. J. W. ANDERSON ALUMNUS AND LARGE DONOR TO SCHOOL IS GIVEN POSITION AS TRUSTEE; HAS JGIVEN $11COOTOINST1TUTIONRECENTLY. Dr. J' W. Anderson alumnus of Me. harry Medical College and one ft its largest donors haa been elected to the trustee board of that school. The election took place during the an- nual trustee meeting held at the col- lege recently. Nashville Tenn.. June 1. Dr. J W. Anderson physician buglneaa and religious leader was born in Mis- jourl. received his literary educa- tion in the public schools of Kansas and came to Nashville where he fnfEol Medical Co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 3 June 1922

Texas 11 M V. t .nul.iy school and Jl. Y. P. U. was Ik Us yell !ill?ii.l.'(l yesterday. Rev. 3). II. K;iii3 tilled Iiih reiuiiar appoint- ment ::mfl:ty and preached two noble si-rnliai:! ;uld lee!1. T'Hl U) lliO Jl. V. 1'. I! (Vllettiim was pimd. J tt.ii. II. 1'iicf t.ii i.l the week vn home with fansiiv a d siiys that the drive is . 1 .Ill Ui'fn:.. y c-mni riieely lulu mere w in tie li sio-.it JMO more mumiiers auieu to the folds al Knighthood in ui-b Cnve. Jii:;s S. L. Collins and Sinter returned to their home at I'lano Tex. after Kpendinc; several months here. Mr. Fines Montgomery of Mt. Enter- prise Texas left for his home Saoltir- iiy evening. Miss Lula N. IlolUs of Nacogdoches spent a few days in the city this week said left for her home Sunday morning. Kev. J. 15- Dunbar f.pent Friday and Saturday in the city this week. Mr. Robert Johnson of li'i'l! Texas who have been attending mhtiiil left for home Saturday morn- in f. Miss U-lla D. Mclilover of Bill- iard and L'ltlo Miss C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 3 June 1922

T . 5 THK DALLAS EXPRKSS DALLAS TEXAS. SATURDAY. JUNE 8 192a. 6 o 5. WATCH At last a tall to the Insurance men of Texan. This is the first time In the hls- capitalixe an Insurance company with it's home office at Fort Worth Texas THE) ROYA 1j LIFE HEALTH and ACCIDENT INSURANCE COMPANY. Bonds have been made and in the hands of the Commissioner of Insur- ance and Banking: of Austin Texas and a permit issued to sell stock on the 12th day of May 1822. The stock la selling at One ($100.00) Hundred Dollars per share and the sale of It has already passed our expectations. There is the first time in the his- tory of Texas to the knowledge of the writer that the Colored people have had chance to buy stock. In an Old Line Insurance Company with Its home office in Texas an enterprise . organised by Colored men with and for the Colored people. We need not say to buy stock in an Old Line Insuance Company is not a safe Investment for the people. The country knows better. There la no reason why an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 3 June 1922

A. A 0 THK lAiLAS EXPRESS. P.UM8 TEA AS. SATURDAY JUNE 8 1928. TOE DAILAS KXrCESS HAVE FAIIIL I " fT .'." -rrt I fTl Jl DR.RrtTROTTER n ; : lUl NATIONAL NKCRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. ruhllshed every Saturday morning In the year lit 2600 Swiss Avenue by THE DAUAD EXPRESS PUBLISHING COKPAXV. ' (Incorporated) Dallas. Texas. FUltrUi ADVPPTISIXO ItEI'RH-SENTATlVEl W. II. 7.lff Company 08 South Dear- ln Mr-rt IIiIi-hko 111. V'. R. 'iff 'uipuoy. "" Mortasj Hull. line 110 l:it Street. ttm York H. I'. Filtered at Post Office at Dallas T'-xaB h second-class mutter under Act of Congress March lilt important. - No subscription mailed for A pe- riod loua than th.eeTiientha. Payment for same must be 75 centa. THK DALLAS KXTBKSS . snssuurTioxs in advance. One Year ..... ?x Months -.. I'Ure Months Single Copy... 12.25 1.25 73 .05 NOTICE TO TUB PUIILIC. Any erroneous reflection upon the tharactor. standing or reputation of any pernon firm or corporation which mav appear In the columns of The Dallas Kxpre...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 3 June 1922

THK DALLAS EXI'IUESS PALMS TEXAS. SATTRDAY JUNB 8 lOita. JFexas feiwallSiJlggUIWirf3'fc'- l.afklnk The Christian Advocate held service at Now Zlon; beginning Thursday and continued through Bun- day. They held a street display Bun- day which was participated In by many members. The American Woodmen stormed Mr. and Mrs. Will Davis with about $12.00 worth of goods of va- rious kind. The K. of P. has a drive on and succeeded In taking In about one hundred members. The American Woornen sermon was held at the C. M. K church preached by the pastor. Dr. J. M. Martin dentist and his re- rent bride formerly Miss Ellle M. Knighton of Cherokee County are now domiciled In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Swagerty. The Iucky Wood school olosed Friday and rendered an excellent program at the First Bap- tist church. nonhnm. Rev. Williams pastor of the C. M. K. church preached the oac- ealaureaUi sermon Sunday morning to quite an appreciative Uid?C J?i sermon was timely and full of timely 1VfTai1?Th "ifT...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 3 June 1922

i V TOWNS injcr-t. Mr Jiit-i- Jones of fiouth fc roct tit rpi"'l detd Thursday ii;i-.t Hi Ills home. Funeral services i pt8 and faculty of the Uonzulea hlKh ..- . i ;.... evenlnir from tht school and a few parents last Thurs- In .-.'. V: UMt Vlmr." Pcv J w dy In the Davis park Mr. Estelle. .... o'ii.i-n...i The uocoanr-d 'la 'aur- vho u "nger uf te Kstolle Under- ; a wife. . brother three takn'. tabliahment of Waco wt; In .;.'roi. i.vd other relatives. Hia re - laid to rest In the city ry. A 1 tor three wecha' itincss i l i.ota mi of at. avenue i (... . I W8y Saturday nMit The a.! n-:.i i i ih iv H.ii.ircn : Uf" brother two sifters and other retnt ve;i. The elementary deimrt- tfl.'.rliit prourain at the. Kink theatre j various churches. Rev. N. O. Garnian Thursday niKht. which mnrk-djof Mt Providence was with hi people. he clot of Hie 1'ity School. Friday . eit the graduating c.ercie were I JlcVi c" -""" l '''lurch of God u-iii in ttie Munii-ipu! Auditorium. A vry atiprecumve auuien...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 3 June 1922

THE DALLAS KSTRKSS DALLAS TKXAS. SATURDAY JUNE 8 1022. WO GIANTS LOSE DOUBLE TILT Black Panthers Rally After Saturdays Game and Grab Both Ends of a Double- Header. Jim Liggins Work Shows Class. Byrd Long Turned in Visitors Only Victory. After breaking the season's record by annexing sixteen suc- cessive victories the rapid firing machine of the unconquerable Dallas Black Giants went down in defeat Sunday to Lowery Jones' herd of Black Panthers. Both games of a double bill going to the kittens. Invasion of local haunts called for threegames ; the visitors grabbed the first one Saturday 4 to 2 with the veteran Byrd-1 Iiong in the saddle and the speed merchant Reed laboring on the mound for the opposition. And the Cats came back and the rej- sult of a double win followed. First game of the double bill was 5 to 4 and the second was; 6 to 3. Alexander and Liggins were the winning heavers for the Panthers while Pitchers Ming and Long were the pilates of the ill fated ship Dallas Black Gia...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 3 June 1922

7 i i KU'MXS. RAM. -TiSXAS. rUTllUWY JCNK 3 1922. &ire xreir. Aire Yon Going With Us? 3 CORPORA! so PJIJ V ft A -at;-. ill ION. I 111 - 10 ON 'pF pTfTR i - i kit .. I U1I I E CI . s t ' ! '. ! "i s J MiWaimitkowraminwiflR.. LIED PEOPLE HAVE 111 ffilllliG FOR. I -TKI -(.'. BENROY IIOTIOn PICTURES CORPORATION 1D31 Dm STREET DALLAS TEXAS j are orftniss ica the Fouowsxa cppcsrain:. 1 Read This Carefully. I I A producer of fifteen yean' experience will have pergonal charge of all productions. 1 Capital Stock $50000 Shares Each $12.50. Oalr MOO Saarca W (SOO left). Onlr 2S00 eple ea t.ntaae ef this "offer. Now lr lM hundred turn . . . "COI-ORED POPULATION OF DALLA8 80.000 Wlfl you be one of those In- side this company or are you Just g-olng to look on and see.' your neighbor mcke the profits. - It's your new- field. It's for you the Colored people BOOST IT MAKE DALLAS THE COLORED PRODUCING CENTER OF THE U. a Tou the Colored people will profit In many ways. OVERT DID YOIT THINK IT HKN ...

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