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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 24 June 1922

THE DALLAS KXPKKSS, DA1XAS. TKXAS. SATURDAY, JTOB 24, 1922. VAC'll 1'" ". . " Mr. C. H. Wright of Itrowder (treat, pent a delightful Juneteenth, because of the visit of hla brother and family from Calvert Mrs. John P. Walllck's baby (laugh ter, Ruth has gone to , Pltsburg; to visit her father and will spend the summer with him. Mn. flUMile Perry i residing with her brother-in-law, N. Fleming street. Oak Cliff, until-she receives notice to Join her husband in Omaha, Meb. Mr. W. 13. Morgan enjoyed the week end celebrating a recent marriage In the family of Dr. Taylor of Ennis. Mr. C. Waters Is on the sink list. Mrs. Kdward Johnson left Monday, June Hth to spend vacation with friends and relatives In Tulsa, Okla. The Eagle Insurance Co., has taken on some new and experienced agents and la doing a rushlna; business. Get In' touch with them and be protected. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Stephenson left for Waco, last Sunday evening, June 18 to spend the 19th with her sisters. Miss Beulah Simpson, ...

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. — 24 June 1922

the Dallas express, daixas, tksas, Saturday, junk 24, 102a. nil vzs feially ez a iiatioiial ego pahty? 5f TH& 0R A' 1 1 DR.R.H.TRCTTER r. ' ... -' M L Wt B E NATIONAL NEGRO PREB3 J ASSOCIATION. Putjllrtbod every Saturday morning Ik the year at 2'iilG hwiss Avenue by THR DALLAS EXPItKN PUKMSJIIXQ COMPANY. (1'oeorporated) Dallas, Texan. rortrcio Avt 'itkivo itEPKK- Sfc.N 1 AllVtel W. B. y.tff Compiiny, 08 South Dear- tan .street, ..I.-.. no. III. v.'. u. y.iff (iinipr.ur. 404 Mortoa PH.Hr,it lid I ant Kussan Street, fcew lurk, N. V. Hntored at Post Office at lalla. Tt:)iH. a. fcecontt-clane rrmtter, under Act jf Congress, March, lb ,3 IMPORTANT. No subscriptions mailed for a pe rtoj less than threeTuonlhs. Payment lor same must t is cools. THE DALLAS EXPRESS, Sl'i:.SKU'TI03 IN ADVANCE. One Year.....' filx iiontbs Three Months Single Copy .... $2.25 . 1.25 .73 05 NOTICE TO TUB PUBLIC. Ay erroneous reflection upon the chaincter, standing or reputation of any person, firm or corporat...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 24 June 1922

Tim PALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JOKE 24, 182a. Excelsior Mutual Beaet;! Association t'bliaj, TexJt; 0 Q . n ii. i n RfllSlng th6 Family- Thai pcrycmoticMwinghasbitMatoo. " ' FSh61 ; ' 1 " ; .... - . I TEXAS 9 TOWNS Marshall. On Thursday. June Uth ' beautiful home wedding was aolemnlt- ! ed at the home of Dr. and Mrs. J. O. Williams. The occasion belag the mar riage or their daughter, Fannie Mae to Prof. H. K. Robinson. The home was beautifully decorated and a host of friends were present Promptly at 8:30 o'clock the bridal oarty came In to the strains of Mendelashon's wed. ding march, played by Mrs. Luclle Do San Tycer. Mr. Hobart Reld was bent man and Miss Lillian Williams, Ihe bride's sister, was maid of honor. The bride came In alone and was met by the groom. Dr. C. K, Brown, pastor of Ebenczer church performed the cwnmony. Tney left Immediately on the Sunshine Knecla! fnr RnctrHai.. i Texas, their future home. They were ' Rev. A. Mason preached an excellent accompan...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 24 June 1922

I A3 - SHCriMAil A' iicliotl, ;. . and u'aUKh I J. 'lid, I?; ( i.l,y 1 " l U lor ... Ha' tie Carson in Chi : v, ine Mock of Com hi ii in;; i. mi :! i;: I Wi.i ;,smr. tiood.son. I.K 'i' Jn.-tf! IJ'ju!, il-T'V.io ki:i J: . Or..:ii ' ( ,v!r. i.;;--. Kie.idle Mitch ell "n:l J, !'. 111'. i iiKiK'fl to l.'en Itltitl I': t'TTHic., ill' lljifl ,1., J V, (,n."l' ni'-t i.-?r jirl Mr'. ,T. l.V (.ioutlwon l" ii c ly linn ilcfl co'iiil" w!ij mar ( iiii?i i.) i.'iiiK-b n-nCM, liev. husI u. ii v.':'hi.,'i:. mth in.t., (') .111 ;;'!,';, llll'! 1:0 F.I'll St.. iVi'.IM I'Ol.ci:, Ol.ia., Ill- :.... (.). V. MtOi't 'J hey v.eie ;iImi a.; o;i p:' i: ; -i liy the liri(! i.iii ;.; !,, Miou M-iry Klliott, of liti: 10 1) .(( i;:ioin;.riri, .r. Zuck iiiiir.le'on, i l-i.-i city i.r'. J. J. Ji t,e.i f 'J'o.irli.tr.'i, Te;i, -ironic to Col oimld ;:i.-iiii48. Culo , r r-cMperatioii, Viiiidi! her Hih.'nr, Mm. 11. I,. Crown nud fr.iriily. Mrs it. f. lioiij-on and tioyn, Porter end Oii'iRim I n.;un, and I.Uhh Lj.:.t...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 24 June 1922

TRW TMlIjLAS EXTREtiS, PAMPAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY. JVKK 24, 1923. fa.',:; f gwwMwiiimiiHiWBiBuw umnwwminmHniicmiiiiMimii I The House Divided Against Itcel'i Contest at Saint James A. AI. E. Temple. fl NEW RECORDS I I pi FOR YOUR M l I f'f '- 1 ' I L133rJsE33SI ! i Whitewrisht. Sunday school wan well attended at all churches Sunday Rev. W. T. Bartlett, pastor of tthe First BaptlHt church was at his post and delivered a noble sermon Sunday at 11 a.m. At 3 p.m.. Rev, Bartlett preached the Knights and Daughters sermon one of the best sermons ever delivered on such occalsion. Rev. Pickard was at bis post at the C. M. E. church. Miss Alice Yalta Is In Sherman for the week. Mr. S. A. De honey is in Dallas on League bus iness. Mrs. M. K. Wren is in the city visiting also. Miss Fearce Lane from Dallas Is visiting her mother, Mrs. Mlnervie Lane. Mrs. Delia Raddle was operated on last week and and is reported Improving at this writing. Little Miss Babylue Lizzie Yates visited the sick last week. ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 24 June 1922

,' 4 ;.c" . THK P.tMiAS KXTKEtirt, DALLAS TEXAS, SATURDAY. JUNK Zt, 1922. .:.::.; Gives Degrees TION 0? AFRICA WE FOTEirT L'.TLUEiXE OF T.IO (.'nt mui-d from page 1) fji-ii -u ( from the pret address of 'r t''s.-.n liviy wi; e clmson as vorr cou-s iMcU- "It is noliler to be moved ly n pull than a push." The I', HI of I he invtothltt w lln greatest at lr a 1 i . ii Imowii to fccieiice or l rell ;ifo IMf-y.-tJ ero tliose who have i;i.H tlir-ir rojHieoti'XiH rind turnod on lm: lower, llit y ;u(! ttie cono,ucrers of (lie new nc l. i'ki e that ate ap-f.i-ar. The luifpinrp of that power a a iny.Hlcry. will ei cr remain one. A un DiiLh.sh i'ict. whone death Ih anoHicl nflt'liliK "1 ts "R' to the C xi ol V ar. voirtil it lor us thus: - '1 V'On'K'l' how Irolll H'tlC 8l'C-d There erew an 1 tti?li.h troe; li'in fiwiniiurii to fioni .Sl.olly'a up Tim kins of poetry. 1 "LoiiKfcllnw haiit In his 'Hyperion, ((nit tiu-re are secret iiiismhbiis bo- (nili tin; foot tft ureal men by tueens of whio.li ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 1 July 1922

,4V ' V 17 W" ...... ,.-.'J i . e T . J 1 V , r A CHAMPION OF JUSTICE I A MESSENGER OF HOFE j -j- ALWAYS PROGRESSiVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE rounded br W. B. King , v "The Republican Party Is The Ship, All Else Is The Sea."Fred Douglas. - - J " I ii i i ' - I I I I I IP. I II I - l I III in i I . I I I ' I t il I . n VOL. XIX, NO. 87. T -W . - THE DALLAS EXPUKS& DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, 4ULY 1, 1922. - PEICB FIVE CENTS tBMn - - -B-aaHM-mMHaH-i COMMITEE OF ALUMNI INVESTIGATES CHARGES AND CRITICIZES ATTITUDE OF PRESIDENT LOWELL Cambridge, Mass., June It. Harvard University scarcely having recovered Its salm and self-satisfaction following the flurry over the admission of Jew ish students, was called upon to face another charge today, that Negroes were barred from her million dollar freshman dormitories, "Harvard Is turning into a Southern Institution, the Colored man Is not wanted, and every distinction that can be made to make us drop out Is be ing made," declared Oeorge McKln non...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 1 July 1922

r.M.i. -i u'O TIIE DALIES KXPRESS. DALLAS, TKXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1022. ;;. :; :;. t 11 T3 Tl i m i .nak "T-aaaf. O : I ! i CO am sf :m ' It t I 4- -5 Jt it t . f . ia $i.OO Delivers Your Cabinet. Balance in Hasy Payments; . Ranging in Price from $10.00 to $69.50 New and secondhand CABINETS. You must not miss these big values. We tarry a complete line of new and used 7urniture, will rent you Furniture by wek or month. Across the street from the Pythian Tmple, orange painted front. " ' . i a!'.'. ' . , 1 All The Credit You Want. Dodson-McConndl Furniture Co. 2544 EM 1.- m 4tMtTTTTTTTTTTi r T ....... - - ..... Y 4476 J 4." .... .... .... .... .... ... .... .... .... .... .... .... ... . .... .... .... .... .... .... .. f. .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... ... . ... . i... .... .... .... Towns w'n' VjnT""" 1 "HT uSir3w''.su L i Corsicana. Kiret Independent Church servicva were well attended Sunday, Kev. A. L. Moore being present, hut not able to preach on account ot bin ph...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 1 July 1922

THE DALLAS EXPRESS. PAULAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1923. page: tufs'Jl r.y -'"'''i' i i - . ' Inn . 0 HUM'S I j ........... h'lyis j.-.j in - i P t Jii rs t pi. . . i mm lite iry- v, ,.r?v wtty;' -,,vrvft. wv3r "y-. ; Personal Mr. Samuel Butler of Choteau. Okla., U In the city at the lick, bed side of her daughter, Mr. Frankle Crawford, 2007 Flora street. Mrs. But ler has been In the city alnce June 20. Mr. Clara B. Albert and Mr. L. J. Edwards of Houston, are visiting; Mr. J. W. Mitchell, 212 Worthlngton street. They also visited the office of the Dallas Express, Tuesday after noon.. Mrs. J. A. Mitchell and her mother, Mrs. B. D. William, 2212 Worthing--ton street have just returned from an extended stay at Galveston. Hon. Wm. H. Parker will start on his tour in Interest of the Oolden Chain of the World. Mrs. Mallssa Lewis of Sherman Texas Is a guest of Mrs. M. K. Mitchell We pay death claims as soon as proofs are presented, Progressive Mutual Benefit Association, Jackson street....

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

!'.'. TWO TUB DAIXAS KSPHKS8. TU l.LAS, TKXA3, SATt'RPAY, JULY 1, 1922. KILLING THE EOOTLEG APPETITE a ' 1 ' ' I ' ' - rr. r:::: Dallas i-xrur.ss "HiI! ' DR.R.KTROTTR ' , IfcsdJ The Volstead act, first received in America a3 a huge joke is fast becoming a reality and a "dry" America in very fact is immediately before us. The removal of legitimate liquor traf fic gave rise to the illegitimate but the spee'ly control of the il legal manufacture of such beverages by the destruction of the ap petite for it seems by no means impossible. Close upon the publication of the high degree of poisonous ness of such beverages comes the announcement cf the unsanitary conditions under which it is made. It is enough to kill the most robust thirst. The following is a sample of how this thirst will be made to die a natural death: ' "Most of the whisky is made from rotten grain, blackstrap l i i . I . i i Ai ..i . I .. " v nii P.il.lll,..rl Kntr,l rnnrnlr, ' mOiaSSCS. KnOllS. CHOPS. (J IC. UU5 fCUOI I,...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 1 July 1922

TACK TIUIKi? Excelsior Mutual Benef? Association Dallas, Texas Raising tne Family TUB DAIXA8 l.XTCtESB. PAIXAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY. JTTJly j, jo2a. . .-v ;. l; It siucKy PaioiinotneCuspKiorwnBnMo dld. ' ' ' 3' - ' FlSrfel J "1 . - L- , Ji J TEXAS TOWNS Lufkla Rev. P. F. James, pastor of 1 were ho quests of their daughter First Baptist church conducted a re- Miss Alberta Arnold. Mr. Lyons . left vlval last week. Rev. Skinner was s"nda? ,!?rT?!e..M.'L?lail IS ,te Cliy VlHIUIlg III. UftURIIlOlO, ...in. lian Flewellen. Mr. I-orlnzer Davis of this city 1ft for Dallas, last Sunday. Mr. Patent Taylor of this city will leave soon for Dallas and Fort Worth. Mrs. Hickman Is in Dallas. Mrs. Cath- here and helped him In this meeting. Rev. Tensley, pastor of New Zlon Baptist church conducted a revival last week and closed out Friday night. Rev. T. n. Johnson of Jacksonville. pastor of Sweet Home Baptist church helped Hev. Tensley, Rev. W. P. Hun- riim Slmm. Miss Ora Mae Power, Mrs. Fannie and Mrs. ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 1 July 1922

HE PALLAS RXl'MSS, PALM 8, TEXAS. SATTKPAY, JULY 1, 1923. A ; !' SIX ONLY TWO DAYS LEFT OF THE ANNIVERSARY SALE COME ON THESE LASTTWO DAYS-YOU WILL bAVb MUNtY BUNGALOW APRONS COLUMBIA RECORDS New 10-lnch Double Disc Records that have been demonstrated only. 75c and 85c values. Special 26c or 5 for J; NEW VOll.M 1U.OVKKS WV h.ie Just unpacked some very beautiful Voile 1:Iubob of the newest styles. Charming em broideries and dainty Va lenciennes Laces serve as the trimming. These are worth $2.50 and $2.00. tip'-cial for the Bale Sit HITS Men's Blue Work Shirts of trood chambray. Anniversary Special. BIG ANNIVERSARY SALE" DOMESTIC Extra heavy 'sHEETINC 9-4 HOUR SPECIALS 9 TO 1 1 A. M. 3 TO 5 P. M. EACH DAY Ipalmolivb soap Made of good grade Scout Percale. Neat stripes, checks and plaids Worth $1.50, Special far full width HHEETS Pino Roomless SHEETING 81 Inch lp.nnnf.ll TTnK1aanTa ChunL n. . . I 'ni I 1 TAnAA11 QnnAtlner Vanntna PolmnliVA thfltflalln nnhlparhpd The kind that F uww- en ...

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. — 1 July 1922

try TUB PAXAS EXITvESH. DAIJ.A3, TKXAB. SATVTtDAY, XY J, 1022. T"T stWI TiTi" ' ifc-f Texas Progressive Aid Club. Met June 13 at the palatial home of the president, Mrs. Minnie Hamilton, on the South End on the beautiful shady lawn.' All was nicely seated and opened in a unuul form of opening. This being the birth place of the club, also the begin ning of the 2nd series. All wore over joyed fleemlngly. Fifteen members answered to roll call, one out of town. After completing a routine of business the hostess served a regular 5 o clock 1 5ifr9ss' - dinner, consisting of fried chicken with bread and lemon pie, Ice cream witn cherries and assorted cake, cocktail and Iced peaches and nuts. Adjourned Next meeting with Mrs. U H. Miller. Mrs. Minnie Hamilton, president; Mrs Nicy Larkins, secretary; Mrs. Mattle Walker, treasurer; Mrs. Laura H. Mil ler, sewing directress, and reporter. The Progressive Aid Club met Juno 20th at the home of Mrs. Laura Miller with the president In the chair. Aft...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 1 July 1922

.ft" 7 THK H.WXAS EXPRESS. P4LI.AS, TUXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1922. c.:::.icrc:;::;T n:::s uzikx tjsf.n.i.a.c. p. tldsits fsest cc:;fere?;ce kewasx. TEXAS. TOWNS ?llCS8ElUSftn r c t ' ' U t:3T FHUTJCAL 04 s r2ir2v' OF THE STOMACH r r 3 1 IS ! (''oittlnuod from ige 1). (Continued from page 1) reached ly Prlnco Henry in hi pro grew, i! ' -.m the cost.' Under his direc tion ft lint was conwiruoted on the Hay of AiBuin, to- the ouUi of Cape Ular.c.i. and a few ytara later a Por luguea I'ompany was formed to carry oo traiie with Gult-na coast peddler. In t, lives and gold. The first expedi tion mmH out by thin company 4roiiRht back 100 Ni'kxo alave to Portugal, which brought i flattering price and from that time or the African slave 'samnm-il first place In Portuguese wmmci.w From this Incident the f.HKului i'.ti was laid for the awful sPa.vo ti.;d(s that brought the African on the jtuitltet to aupply Kurope, the Inlands nd the 'American with their slitvt'st. Aiti-r the death of Prince He...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 8 July 1922

? v. ..4tv4 -i . .-t. AUSTIN ;, ! 5 ALWAYS PROGRESSi'VE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE . i . o - rounded by W. B. ' King - . ' "The Republican Party Is The Ship, All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. ft X VOL. XIX, NO. 88. . : 7. . ' THK DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, 4vM 8, 1922. "UL"' PRICE! FIVE CENTS .. ' ap- -Ha-H-HH-f r MORDECAI JOHNSON, GRADUATE IN Matt SAYS THAT AMERICAN NE GROES STILL TRUS1 FOR BETTER DAYS. Cambridge, Mass., July 8. Harvard University conferred 1,401 regular de. grees and thirteen honorary ones at Ita two hundred and elphty-slxth com mencement. The exercises were held outdoors In Seven quadrangle for the first time Instead of In Saunders Theater as In past years. The honor ary degrees were conferred as follows: Doctor of I,aw Oscar Wilder Un derwood, United States Senator from Alabama: John Weston Allen of Bos ton. Attorney-General of Massachu setts; John George Mlllburn of New York, lawyer: Frederick Jesup Stlmson of Ronton, lawyer, author and first Americ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 8 July 1922

r.u;u 'rive THS DALLAS EXPRESS, PALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1922. 'Ha VteWtWtpMrWtr) T 2$ Friendship If MS SPORTING WORLD II ! (Rarity Benevolence tit it it t M444M"M P-JA TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTf TTT V WWW ....... ' vrm mm Y?rr njn njz rzr i ri in z in in, ri i,r? iiff? ni &ii ill H f!0 Record Brealimg Crowd Witnessed Tues days DsaMs Oil. Black Giants Split With Visiters In Two Hard Fought Battles. Pert Ariliix Is Next AllrEctioa. Concluding with Tuesday's double bill the Monroe, (La.) Giants closed their engagement here with the Dallas Black Giants. Sunday's twin bill was rained out, the playing field at the hour shcduled for play resembled a site for Water polo. Long before the hour of play there were more than a hundred fans having assembled, braving the storm like clouds that hung heavi ly over the city a few hours before playing time, eager to wit ness the second start of the visitors who showed on a previous day to have been a very tough nut The hand full of fans present we...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 8 July 1922

V .'-Hi THH DALLAS EXPRESS, PALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY , 1922. PACE Tiinsau Cia3 liil &'i",fS; lit, Pi 'I I if i , ti i 5 i. ! II i.i .i M, B! ; . n .. i : .11 H'l" U Personal Every true Knight .nd every loyal Calanthlan In Dallas will be at St John'a Institutional Building; Wednes day night, July 12. Grand Chanoellor Willis will be the principal speaker. Mrs. Millie Pace and hereon. W1K lard Pace were visiting; her brother, D. Wynn, 3111 Flora street. There are a great number of Colored men and women In this city who don't give Colored enterprises any of their business. Borne of them have never been In a Colored moving pic ture house since here they have been. We have three shows in the city that are owned and operated by Colored - and they need your business and if you are a race man or woman you ought to go where people own and run business for you. Mr. Kd Arwine of Rockdale, Texas Is In the city the guest of his son-in-law and daughter. Prof and Mrs. Sidney B. Walton, of ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 8 July 1922

v- THE DALLAS EXTKKSS, PADAf, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1022. 131R DiTXAS EXPRESS TEXAS. MtMBEH NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday morning In the year at 2600 bwlu Avenue b THE DALLAS HXPHESS PUBLISHING COMPANY. (Incorporated) , Dallas, Texas. Texas, our state, again leads the nation in lynching. She has again devoted herself bo assiduously to the task of taking human life without due process of law and in intricately barbarous ways as to rank first in the nation and probably in the world as an ex pert in breaking the laws which her splendid people through their representatives, at great public expense have enacted. Is she proud of the fact? Dcos she glory in it? It would seem so. For if she felt otherwise long before now I il'lll Mi ailMti ? ttBUc OPINION THE RACE QUESTION L Ol'E MIDST. cooks, washerwome and scullery maids riving lives of FOREIU ADVERTISING Hfil'HK-SENTATIVEl tr. n. riff rn, 08 South Dear- on Mr-ece, ( hlcnKO, III. W. IS. .Iff Company, ' 404 ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 8 July 1922

THK PAIXAg KXWRBKS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATXTWAV, 1922. TEXAS D1 TOWNS . Late Towns. Kerns. Service at the A. M. E. church wan good. Rev. Mrs. Young preached two stormy sermons. Three were added to the church. Money raised $8.85. The amount raised at the board of New Hope .Baptist church was $217.77. Mrs. Kyerina Stanley left Monday Morning for Tyler. Mrs. Eliza Brown went to Corslcana this morning to the rescue of her son who was stabbed. Rev. Thomas and wife were visitors here Saturday. Rev. E. Powell mado a flying trip to Corslcana Saturday In car on business. Sunday evening, June 26th a little suprise party was given at the home of Misses Ouinna Shurelle Dunn in honor of one -.of the Seniors of Navarro County Trw fil ing School. Miss Fannie B. Hei rln' Music wns furnished by Misses Kurh and Emma Powell. After being served, the rest of the evening was spent in kodaking. The whole evening was spent very pleasant. Mr. Matthew Li-no. left Saturday .vninr for Cleve land, Ohio where he wil...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 8 July 1922

! ' IK?. Texas News. Weatkerfonl. -Sorvlcea good at all churches Sunday. Rev. O; A. Newblll preached an excellent sormon. Mr. and Mrs. Lock left for Valley Mills. Bune day ulmo they will upend a week. Mr j K 1. Alexander and aon have re. turned from Kansas.-whore they were r-.vaMv entertained by Mrs. Ward. Mr. James Youna; spent Sunday In Miners! Wells. St. Francis Tabernacle No 171 had their election of orfieors. Mrs. S. P. Alexander Rave a four oVIoi-k luncheon In honor of her mother, Mrs. Williams. The menu was backed chicken, dressing, beans and iwua, potatoes, fruit salad on brewn lettuce leaf with oranite dressing, anow with Ice cream: Dinner was served by Mrs. Ella Ward in the late stvlo. Mrs. Flora Rlarkwfjll pre sented ' a beautiful bouquet. Those crcscnt were Mis. Henry Ward, . Cal lirt Strickland, Mrs. Flora Black wfdl. Mrs. M. B. Kins. Mrs. Mary Young. Mary Alexander. The evening was hifrhly enloyed by all. Weather-T.-J and Mineral Wells played ball v-dnesday. Weatherfor...

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