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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 8 July 1922

..::3Vlc;-,,,. n THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY , 1922. PAGE PEVI W -ojL. v.ifsa o o TEXAS Grapeland. Service was well at tended at general ML Zlon Baptist church. Dr. J. Johnson preaching a noble sermon, text found (Luke 4 : 16). Prof. O. W. Hicks hsa returned to Crockett where he and wife are attending the Normal after making a business trip home. Mrs. E, L. Den by has returned from Jacksonville where she apent the 19th with her sister, Mrs. Llllic Kerrod. Mrs. Leda Thomp son and Mrs. Sarah Denby made a flying trip home from Crockett where they are attending the Normal; re ports a splendid session. Mr. Islaab Walker of Jacksonville ,1s at home visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grant Walker. Prof. Hog and Prof. K. C. Klucks of Crockett and Pror. R. H. Hinds of Waco made a trip to Mt. Zlon, one of Prof. Hogg's appoint ed place's, June the 28th. They oaid so many good thing atsout demonetra tion until I' believe every one that heard them, wants ta be a demonstra t...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 8 July 1922

....... -A -A A . TIIKTMIXAS EXPRESS, PALLAS, TEXAS, KATTODAY, J&?2f"H, 1022. ScLccI Chorea Ezsl Sha !MBimiromoi!ii!iMinm jiuiiuuuiiiuiiiiiuuuiiimiuiiiuiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiuiiiuiuiiiwuiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiisiiuiiuiiiiau u. nr-!-V"-imi ii ii ..rrma OF THE STOMACH S 1 attend Program. in i (Continued from pane 1). .pi.-t tindnr very extenxlve cultivation hv both HuropHns and Nnfrroos. Ens ! .h In spoken Vfrry largely anion)? the ai'tlUTd due to tlie many yoara It was tiorlor KnuHuh rule. The Ni(?rn popu tn'i'in Im dowcendml from ,frf;rd slaves frr.ui the colony of Sierra La mfl that br-uii-h of the liantu Mock kcuwn an tt Hiihe composo tho native popula- tu-.n. Thiy are of a very low tcrade nf tntclliKcncn. small o statute and lii iu.Miriouii. The colony la now pro t -:.iiv, larrn farms of cocoa are iiipw )k in cultivated laborers are tnn.ortod from IJIx-ria to work on thwc fHiina. liarrlng the bloody rec ord of the .Spaniard in the slave trade, which lias t)ein linont dent-royftd in t.li -...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 July 1922

ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE A CHAMPION 0? JUSTICE I A MESSENGER OF HOPE I - , ,1 . , . rounded by w. B. Khg -The Republican Party Is The Ship, 411 Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. , VOL. XIX, NO. 89. ' , . " THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1922. PRICE FIVE CENTS - . t . , , M i i Lb Programmed to Address Bishops Council But Faction Declines to Hear Him. Letter of Apology Sent by Bishops. New York, N. Y., July IS. Bishops of the A. M. E. Connection, who were tn New York City last week for the Bishops' Council of that church, were placed In an awkward position thru the action of several member, of the "Lower House," made up of minister, and laymen of the church, who, for some rather indefinite reason, took umbrage at a proposed address which was to have been delivered before the Council by Dr. W. E. II. DuBols. edi tor of the Crisis. These men. It Is al leged, formed a conspiracy for the purpose of hooting down Dr. DuBol. when he appeared on the plat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 July 1922

',4 -j ' A - .-vat - , i-..r , IfEIE SPCDKTEMG WORLD If :t it V ? ! rf. i' ... i- A -S LJ J: .1 . tAAAJ..l.W...J..l.,..J.A,AAAA,A,,AAA,A,A .TTTTTTTTTT1 V T W I' T - ci Tv;o Frcm St Loss. POUT AHTHCH l DALLAS, S. The "Dalfns Block Giants continued their winning streak Saturday by blanking , the Port Arthur All-Stars In the fir.it (tnme of a five-game ae - ries, 6 to 0, with Ryrd Long, a veter- an of the locals' pitching- staff, doing the hurling-, I.nng was opposed ly I'ltcher Ducy, who was hit hard In the pinches. Hob Sloan, center fielder for lallas Iilack Glanta, drove out a hnmnr in the last half of the fifth lnnninr. The drive came after two men were down. The acores: Port Arthur Ab H PO I. Wlllluma, m S Curtis. 1 Lofton, 1 Calloway, 2 Khepherd, a 5'urney, S .. Dennett, r . Scott, c .... Ducy, p . . . . Totals 25 Dallas ' 24 Sloan, m t Goodrich, S Jones, r J. Williama, 1 .. CArlnKlon, 0 ... Owens, 1 Kami Hon. Harris, 1 Long. P Total i. Port Arthui ..... Dallas Huns Sloan 2, Carr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 July 1922

PAG H TlIREls. .iDnnii i ...... t B ' 1 L.l THK'V. -'::t" MISSISSIPPI LIFE INSURANCE COM Graduating Class of Wiley University of 1922. UAD1E S I T I SINGS FOR Personal Mention. PANY OPENS DALLAS OFFICES. THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALIES, TEXAS,' SATURDAY, JTLY 15, 1922. I . j.--,:- F"1 "'H V V E ,J -7 B ? , nWi-T m-M i iU L.J Till i a .... I.i H . fi ! Mfc Bi 14 .. UJCWT"- A . A.iMiitfV T77T f . 'nil lr I ill utu l.!C rr 1 mi i I I-.. -T H;, u(Pltai;.JI l I IF- I 111 f. .-( TOi.-y" i r - . (J. ' i f! .1 I ,'1 r,.l'- i : E. W. Bailey, principal Glbboni high school, Paris .Texas and Instruc tor In Ancient and Modern Languages In the Dallas summer school and nor mal Institute Is in the city. Mrs. Viola Stevens was removed to the Baylor hospital, Tuesday, July 11, where she underwent an operation Wednesday. Miss Minnie Kclley of Cleveland, Ohio ,is in the city visiting her moth er, Mrs. Susie Kelley and sister, Mrs. Mattie Coleman, 3307 Munger avenue. Miss Kelley will remain in Dallas a few w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 July 1922

TIIK JKA1 IvKopj PALLAS, Mitiwaii "J' siw. THE DALLAS EXFBI.'SS y . -o-rf' lr MEMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Fubllgbttd every iturday morning In the year at 2600 Swim Avenue by (US DALLAS KXPRK PUBLISHING CO.MPAJIT. (Incorporated) Dalle. Texas. POUEIC) A1V FFtTISIfVQ RfciPftja Bl&.Vl'ATIVEli W. n. Tiff On.r, ees Math Deav k Street, t u !. III. W. It. Hff V,mmpmnT 404 ! Rnll.tli-K 11 Fast Jfasaaa Ktr-eet. Sew York, W. V. Entered at Poet Office at Dallas, Texas, as second-class matter, under Act of Congress. Marco. 1J IMPORTANT. No subscriptions mailed for a pe riod less than threeThontha. Payment far same must be 75 cents. THE DALLAS EXPRESS, SCBSCKU'TIOJiS IS ADYAJiCE. One Tear Bit Months Three Months 8ingla Copy ...12.25 ..1.2S .75 . .05 NOTICE TO TH PUBLIC. Any erroneous reflection upon the character, etnndlnir or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of The Dallas Express will be gladly cor rected npoa lis being brought to the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 July 1922

THE PAIXAS KXPItESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1922. PAGIS TIIUrTB TEXAS TOWNS fcMUIV 0 Hberaaaa.- Miss Lola -M. Douglass passes. After lingering Illness of sever al months, she succumbs to death at her' home on North Branch street, Thursday 11 a. m 6th Inst At the time of her death she was teacher In Fred Douglass school; and had taught for several years. Her funeral was at tended Sunday afternoon, 9th Inst., at St. John C. M. B. by Rev. Dr. O. H. Bell, former P. E.. Oak Cliff Dis trict C, M. EL, assisted by Rev. Rev. J. M. Fountain, the pastor and othe? mlnl'ters of the eity. Funeral auspices of Household qf Ruth No. 861. Reso lutions were read from Household by Mrs. B. V. Lewis and from Fred Douglas high by Mrs. Dr. D. W. Por ter: from Btewardeas C. M. B. broad by Mrs. E. M. Williams; From St. John C. M. E., a 8. by little Miss Geieve Forbus; from Denton House hold of Ruth, Mlaa T. A. Johnson. Beautiful florals were given. Mrs. Prof. Thompson of Dallas attended funeral of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 July 1922

"'V.. r .f ;i; six Texas Abflimv-The K:sirn Star gave u 8.:-i--:;ful banquet July 4th. Hero ine: of Jericho had as their visitors, Mrs. J. S. Foster of Denison, Tex., Jut; sth. Mrs. farcy Ixive of Crockett T'c niter two weeks vitfit with her mater. Mm. John Ilowaid, returned home Sunday morning. Mrs. O. I Jael;on and grand-daughter of Me Kinney are visiting Mrs. James Jones. Krv. S. It Alexander has returned from th Eendeavor meeting at Mineral Wells. Mis. M. Ciinimings and Mr. Fcp Savage were quietly married July 6th. Mrs. BiiHsell and party have ret ailed f om a 3 weeka visit in sever Eastern Cities. Mrs. Howard gave a lovely reception in honor of her .sister, Mrs. .Love, July 7th. Mr. M. T. futility and fa illy, Mr. 'Unry Cumliy and family motor ' to Kan ford Sunday on business. Phone your news to till). , I'nniri. Rev. Rogers preached' a vci interesting sermon at Indeperd ent B.ipUst church Sunday morning and left Monday evening to attend the Orand Ixvlge of the Royal Family whK...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 July 1922

THB DALLAS EXVUKSS, DALIES, TEXAS, SA'J VltDAY, JULY IS, lft22. WWWW" ! I aaW-aa..WaaaaSP " . l;' f V o o ill Chicaga News. .... .... .. I w Mrs. Gertrude Dixon has returned to her home ln St. Louis, Mo., after spending sometime in the city the guest of Atty. and Mrs. Walter M. Farmer, 4751 Champlaln Ave. Mrs. Dixon came to the city to be present at the graduating exercles of the Uni versity of Chicago on June 13th at which time her daughter, Melba Dixon received the degree of B. S. Mlfs Mel printinq iih at ih Inseperable I Companion of I Achievement J Like r " fight ning Ln service. ba Dixon Is now visltlrvg friends at Cumberland, MD. and Harper Fevry, W. Va. Mrs. Luclle G. Robinson, 3727 Elm wood Ave., left the city the latter of the week for Ironington, Ohio where she will remain Indefinitely. After transacting much business In its regular meeting on June 30th at the residence of Mrs. Lou young, 4114 Cajumet Ave., The Cornell Charity Club of which Mrs. Elizabeth Thomas is preside...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 July 1922

1 .:: - j Tvm '-.n-KSH, PAIXAS. ?;XAlL SATVRDAlri , XX V 15," 1922. $,:ii fa mn olvelgp- (i;iitinued from pagti 1). inif.tcsHifm (hat finds exnrecnlon in ft rA'.-f of lutrh half breeds which con tmjos until this day anri make id rmmni'r of the e'Mployes In minor jKiMliiuns in thft r.rltl.n Govoriv-rH-ii ritontf tht k.ld and 8lavft Coasts. Tmy chaw th-. Iin CM-Uvtn thomnflvos Pn j tho liim'iked natives fftllnir i um h il vi tntich superior. There has Iiii-n fluoh a fiiKliin of blood anion tlu coilos of Africa that the real M;iok raM has larpely piven place to a hrov. n r.icc noticed how fow ro-tl bltu-k people you find in an au (lii nfo In Africa. The variety of com (iluKinn Is not as Breat as you find in tins country, but you will find very few that are simon pure. I not".! this firat In Senegal, next In Si"rr Leone and finally in Liberia. In the Canaries you find no real Afri cans In coloi if I had 'jeen told be fore (tot.iK to Africa M-at there were pmrl.i of that country, where a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 July 1922

UNI VL-3 IT 0? .'VjiL.a ' it : ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE A CilAMPiON 0? JUSTICE A MESSENGER OF HOPE , Founded by W. E. King Republican Party Is The Ship, All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. VOI XIX, NO. 40. THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS', SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1022. PEICJ3 FIVE CENT 3 frl fn (J? ir J L r Ml I I Mill' '' i 11 hi ZA I Z3 LJZ3 L.Z1 V..J U LI J (J Ij , ii J Vj o 0 HARLEM 10 $370,000 BATH HOUSE TAKES BASE BALLG TO ABYSSINIA. Washington, D. c., July 20. Miss Isabel Blair. left this" week with a large party of mission workers to take up the work In Abyssinia under auspices of the Presbyterian church. Mlsa Blair la a highly educated and cultured young woman and an accom plished athletete. She can fill any suc tion on a base ball nine with the ex pertnes -of many professional men j players. lS . ' Dr. Tom Lamble, Just returned from : Abyssinia where he has long been engaged In missionary work. He gave glowing accounts of his success among the Africans and to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 July 1922

TUB DALLAS EXTUESS, DALLAS. TEXAS. SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1922. OUR TELEPHONE NUMBERS x Have kca change t- 1 fi ROYAL LIFE, HEALTH & ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO. ;v: ;y Q- ) j; J !.. .La LaJ La-" VW' 'VJi " n Safo Jii3t Played Was Transferred From Ft Ucrlk Parsli- Return' Sat urday Fcr Fczr Gam es, DcnMs Headar One of the strange things in base ball happened here last week in the Panther-Giants series. Cob Sloan's champion Black Giants were guests of Lowery Jones' Herd of Black Panthers; the Jones men were hosts of a four game series at Riverside Base ball stadium, the permanent home of the Giants. Here is how it happened: The Paris and Cleburne Clubs (white) of Texas-Oklahoma League secured Panth Park, Sunday for two games and these dates were formerlyarranged at this Park for the PantherGiants series but since these date3 were for feited to the white club, the games that were to have been play ed, at Ft. Worth, by the Colored clubs were transferred to Dallas. Hence Fort Worth had to fil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 July 1922

TUB 1MIXAS EXPRKW.S. PAMPAS, TEXAS. SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1022. fACTl r:. Texas Jacksonville. Biuhop J. C. Martin of Jackson, Tenn., preached a wonderful sermon to a packed house at Benson Cbapel C. M. E. shurch Sunday night Collection 126.75. Mrs. Wlllla Cumbo and Little Pauline after a two weeks stay In Dallas, returned home last week. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. BlBgers of Henderson were the guests or Mr. ana Mrs. Jim Griffin on last Sunday and were delighfully entertained and was served a splendid dinner. Mrs. Ttshle Vaughns are attending the Grand Lodge Heroines of Jericho In Fort Worth. .Mrs. Taylor of Beaumont is in the city visiting r.ev. ano sn v. VV Crouch. Mrs. C. H. Carter Is visit, in her neonle In Lufkln. Mrs. Ton mle McALee returned after a two weeks' stay In- Fort Worth. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. McKlnney and daughter after a month's stay in the city left lnat week for L,onKVlew. itev. A n. Mitchell, pastor of -Rising Star Bap tint church filled this regular appoint ment Sunday. Servic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 July 1922

THE PALLAS y.xrnKss, Dallas, tbxas, satvrday, jxxy 22, 1922. 1; U.I AS F.TJJ!:SS MtlvlBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday morning In the year at 2G00 t-iwlsa Avenue by rum DAM.A8 FxrnEsn ri itLismsiQ COMPANY. (Incorporated) , Dallas. Texas. KOHKIOJ ADVKKTIKHia IIEI'BB SBftTATlVlil 7. B. t.Hl Cnmtmur, 0S Seatb Dear fcon fttrct I'hlrnitM, III. V. H. Hit limr, 4M Mart HullJltiK Jl Cut turn Slreet, lark. N. Y. Entered at Post Office at Pallas, Toxhh, as nenond-cloxii mntter, under Act of Congress. March, 187 IMI'OHTANT. No subscriptions wailed for a pe riod le than threeThnntlis. Payment fr same must be 75 cent. TUB DALLAS EXPRESS, snsstiurrioss is aovajsCe. One Year Sir Months Three Months.. Single Copy . . 12.25 1.25 .75 05 NOTICE! TO TI1H PUBLIC. Any qrroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of 7 perHon. firm or corporation which nn.y appear In the columns of The Dallas Kxpresa will be gladly cor rected upon Its bolng brought to the at...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 July 1922

-4 TUB PAMPAS EXPRESS, PAIaUg, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1923. ff'Af.n viva: o 0 o ) o ) 0 ) ' a t. TEXAS TOWNS Wichita Falls. The railroad strike has caused many persona to miss a number of pay checks, while a few of our people are yet taking; a chance. The little Infant of- Mr. and Mrs. Grover Oladis died Saturday evening ana was Duriea Hunaay afternoon by Hynes (white) undertaking comtmnv. Mr. Will Nelson's family of Paris, Tex-i Mrs. Sue Harris and Mr Jim Scott as Is out here for the summer. Mrs. motored to Fort Worth Sunday. . Nelson says It Is nice to be here witlvi , dad," but the dust-storms are num-j -Sherman. Mr. Fred Younger of Ok . eroun.. Rev. -A. Manorgan, pastor of mulgee, the photographer, has return1 Flrst Baptist church visited our pas-1 d t th domiciied . hostelry tor Rev. A. U Wright of St. John,6?'0 tn" c,ty tt " V Ilaptist church, Monday and preached Mrs. James Delton. Ir. A. M. Car a wonderful sermon to a large aud-1 penter and family of. Okmulgee will IgWItU;...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 July 1922

V I V " J.K. " .- V. . THE DALLAS Ji:.lKKS, PALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, fCLY 83 1922. V nir n n a r n 'ur , ii i II I L t iU NU ODGE LOYAL FRI is of mm is EALTHFUL CONDITION. r? , 1 &niil Master and Secretarys Reports Show Remarkable Gam in . Itlem- fence. Nearly $4,CC0 Paid to Beneficiaries at Fflineral Wells Me- m, IM Llcethg Place, ' - . . ; V " ' . , ' 7 , . : V ' I v J ' ' - v .. J- ' : v K 1 ' OUR TELEPHONE NUMBERS Have beem ckugel to a ? aa; im i ten it v u;'t - 1 iniLUfriyj II 2-1-5-8 H. 2-1-5-9 PEOPLES UNDERTAKING COMPANY, BOO GOOD STREET, J. W. HUNT. Dallas, Texas. Founder and National Grand Master of Loyal Friends of America. ' .y . . . V-:. . ' ' V :-: ! I . ' . : : '. E. J. CRAWFORD, Dallas, Texas. National Grand Secretary, Loyal Friends of America. I " V"- I XliH. O. R. THOMAS. Dallas. Texad. illoIlHl Ilraml IiiiHtresH, Loyal l'iii:miH of America. o.' standing ard reputation was present a' tlio opening. k National Grand Master, J. W. Hunt st 'anw a surprlso by hold're...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 July 1922

mm km ipi yyyy 111 IIS mm W. ( Vr J Pill My I I ill 2111 MM iifl PI! iill fi fi Fi fi yyy i mm mi mm mm 1 11 YTr ftW MT Iill pus Iliy. 1111 PIS I fin fin ill won f i .. . Iill 111 liii i a as II ill in III I n n H M SB SB tit nnnf mm urn mm pi w Jyyy w v w r w w THE WONDERFUL-WORKERS OF THE WORLD IN SECOND GRAND SESSION, MARLIN, TEXAS, JULY 12-15. mm mm rintinci withuuiho lnseperable Companion of Achievement J ri-ar Editor: Please allow me space throuirh the ! columns of your paper to toll of the splendid session, lui hold, of the W. W. O. W. Grand LoiR-e. The second session of the Grand Lodge of the Wonderful Worker of the World opened Wednesday at 2:30 p. m. subject to the call previously Issued by that matchless vlsionlxer, J. H. Anderson, National Supervisor of the Grand Jurisdiction. Calvert. Texas. After due form of opening the Nr.. tlonal Supervisor who has recently undergone an operation, was not able to preside but the Order Was not to suffer loss. Brother Anderson had care...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 July 1922

TUB D.U.LAS K.Vl'UKSS, DAIJ.AS, TEXAS. SATTOPAY. JIXY 23. 1023 srw " VJFfr t 1Svvtl,1tlS .1,, , .i i J, t -TLE tVvHS CF HIE r;.r,v.:.3 m t;:e ucee!;.:! .:sn:.'Jn3CESSALLU!FT. (t'oiltiHlh'd from pHtfO 1. slc. T win mire notne will tlilltlc of Ali j !iiia, but while that Umpire In i ! iiHH'h In r-i: fp it la not nearly bv niiMif: nn m im:-Iu of labor. In h'.' fnM itliK-p Liberia i.s a ltopuhllc b ihI in (hi n".t pi;iv, il Ih a (,'liri. tinn rtMin'rv" rind tiu.n in it fin ele i.,cnt thul int.i continued truo to the 4i:nM!';i of lh founders in it oon cfoiM'i! of rt'iiKto"- Tl'o writer wit ni"!i.',l vlillo in Monrovia h revtvnl ihe liUo of which ho liad ii"t w.n ii HiSm tciiijlrv fllnon liis ohitilhood it wait iiiniiliiir day ami niKht, irorn- liiiiijiu almost. any hour of the ninht Iho strtM'ts fdwiulinff anil arousing tntir friotolH to tell tin-in of the nt'w life that Kr.d come Into their r'-:eri'.irc While in Monrovia i vi.ilicl a different churi'h at every pinion y cerviee. In the m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 July 1922

Tj-:r-.v::v.'!:v; of tjz:,3 i; s on all Rail Roads For Odd Fellows (SEAM: uce ir.H mi ; ., o )' Red cmate 0 i . t ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE Founded by W. B. Kins VOL. XIX. NO. 41. NEAR RACE Mannington, W. Va 'July . 17. 'into the car where five Colored pas. Charged with rlotou. and disorderly sengers, two women and three men. conduct while riding on a train from w.er fitting. Two of the men dropp Ster City to Fairmont laat Sunday -a Into seat alongside the women, night, twelve member of the McCloa- began to us abusively familiar key Carnival ahowa were arraigned language. before S. A. Posten, Justice of the The Colored men defended the worn, peace at Morgantown, Thursday and en with the result that a free-for-heavlly fined, along with an admonl- all fight was soon under way. The tlon that If they were ever brought carnival men, It is alleged, overcame before him again, they would be given the three Colored men, and then threw heavy sentences. them off the train while...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 July 1922

THK DALLAS EXPRESS, DAT X, A 8, TEXAS, SATUIUAY, JULY 20, 1923. ''RUTH' Thursday, August S. 8:80 p. m. Pythian Temple. Don't mill It ROYAL LIFE, HEALTH & ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO. Haskel 2168 and llskel 1169 the new telephone numbers at PEOPLES UNDERTAKING CO., Good Street. are T thai "1 .J it 1 1 it: 3 (""1 600 it 1 Mrs. Rachel Coleman of Chicago, III., is In the city, visiting her sinter, Mrs. D. W. Harden in Hoseland street, whom she hasn't met In thirty years. Their meeting was a treat of a life time. 4 .. . , . . . . . .A.i.Aj..uj.iAUUUUjHtU4AUIktM4 " t iiiTt Si ,..,. J. US. ,t. J. A s, J, ,1 J. J ' f " n tr rm i i Tiiiiiivirn an Aim liliLlM 1 ilfSyiliiiLiJ n Dr. I 111 Chits Anna Tbir Usual IfcaferTkea Out cf Fern1. Pimibrs are Victims in a Fczr fcr.3 Series. Llcnrcs Ike for 5 ir " r 'I.THI5KS l GIAWT8 5. Lowery Jones' scrapping Black Pan thers, won tho opening game of a Hcries of four frames 6 to 5 here Snt urdny with Miller on the mound. Mil ler was Invincible in the pinches...

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