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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 July 1922

THE DALLAS KXFRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1022. OUR TELEPHONE - NUMBERS Hare bera, changes ta H. 2-1-5-8 H. 2-1-5-9 PEOPLES UNDERTAKING COMPANY, 600 GOOD 8TUEKT. ' iAAAJ AAA AAA A A A AAA A A i TTTl TTTTTTTTTTTTTf 1 LATE NEWS; NOT CLASSIFIED. (Continued on page 8, Column 2.) Wills Polnk Services at atl church were well attended. Mr. and Mrs. Las cora Alord, Miss Estella Alford of of Dallas and Mr. Otlia Alford of Fer ris, motored to Wills Point Sunday visiting relatives. Mrs. Clorence Ran dolls and little son are at home after a plesant visit to Dallas. A number of the members of the Holness church attended he convocation of Ft. Worth report a very profitable assembly. Mr. Jim Faulk 1b on tho sick list, we hope for him a speedy convolesance. Mrs. Little Sonders received a mes sage from her daughter of the death of her husband, Mr. Perrat. They wore residents of Alcus Okla. Mr. Z. Frank lin also received a message tatlng the death of his brother of Homer La. Mrs M. Sharke...

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. — 29 July 1922

.tVY. lAI.LA3 ESTHESS M tMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. riihllahod every Saturday nvjrnlng la the year at 2000 Swiss Avenue by tub daixas ex prbss puulishing coMPAsy. (Incorporated) Dalian, Texas. , Koimia ADVF.RTisiwa bbpbb- oKKTATIVKi W. R. T.lrt Compnnj, M8 Beath Dear- ban Mreet. t Uii nue. III. W. B. '.Iff Company, 404 Morten fluiMlnat 114 Fust Kama Mtreet, IttHr ork.N. Y. li'ntered at Pout Office at DaHa, Texas, an second-class matter, under Act of Congress. March, 187 IMPORTANT. No sub.iorlr-tlons mailed for a pe riod los usn three "month. Payment f.,r same must be 75 cents. NOTICH TO TUB PUBLIC. Any erroneous reflection upon the character. KtAndlng or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which niay appear In the columns of The La)las Kxpress will be gladly cor rected upon Its belna; brought to the attention of the publishers. TI1K DALLAS EXWESS has never hoisted Ike whit feather, neither has it been dis graced by the yellow streak. It is not afflicted K'ith t...

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. — 29 July 1922

THK DA LI, AS KXPKES8, DALLAS, TKXAS, 8ATURDAY, JULY 20, 1022. TEXAS TOWNS c? TEXAS COLLKGB CONCERT COM l'ANY. The Texas College Concert Company has had a very fine week for render ing programs. They had a very pleas ant time" In Van Alstyue. the people were very benevolent and strained every nerve to make things pleasant for them. They also enjoyed a pleasant stay at Sherman. Many students now are Influenced to attend Texas Col lege by the concerts. The boys are all grateful to Dr. McKlnney of Denl son for arranging things so wonderful for them in Denlson. The people of Bonham are still talking of the two concerts given there they are begging that they come to them again before school opens in order to appear at the Court house. A few white friends came to the program and were pleased very much. The play "The Man and the Job," Is receiving much praise and comment. The quartette has the name of being the best one in the State. Members: H. D. English, pianist; and student manager; C....

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 July 1922

TUN 1AIXA3 KXPUESS, DAfXAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1022. Texas :l j ( i.Kunlm KcRular services at Pro viitmuo I;ni.'tlHt were hold Sunday, whirh was the beginning of a revival thnt .vill bo conducted by Pr. A. A. l.ucim of Waco. The church ia putting forth crf..tt to build a $35400.00 bride church; 41, POO bricks have been placed fn the ground. Prof Fred Ar- tis left on business Sunday. Services fit Union l,e Itnptlst wore (rood. Uro. i. W. Kdwarda, Jr., spoke at 11:30 iimi I Mother J. H. Parrnmore spoke at niirht. Tim ch'rch Ih plannlnir to lay jr.00.00 on the tablo In a rally on the till Siindny in Autrnst A play entitled the "Nubl.) Outcast," vendercd by Hnne talent was carried otit at h.'elve O'tt-ra liiiKi. Mr. N. li Jones ,id Mib. . M. J .-men left for Marshall to . nl'end thj eiend lodge of the U. B V. find K. Rl. T. Rev. J II lfollaway. pantor nf A. M. R church closed his revival Sunday night. M-xlu. Mm, Omuls Carter has Jimt returned from an extcnitva trip In Colorado. H...

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

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, PALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 0, 1922. VWJR kkvi;v o AKIlKlAIV MISSIONAUY STIDIKS CONDITIONS 1ST SOUTHWEST. OUR TELEPHONE :aes:,2sci:3!s!:ss L . J MP lluv hrem rhunKwl I. 2-1-5-3 II. 2-1-5-9 "printinq iuhu. utha Inseperable ' I Companion of I Achievement J PEOPLES UNDERTAKING COMPANY, mm BOO OOOU STREET. MM iii -" he - ; Bill I it if ill 111 Hi y y y y J.ff . K . II Mrs llll llll . 11 11 Like- III :.. La Tl (0) I nl mi -jam i u.u.u. mm error mmnm v:skNr"r. i i service. 1 I I L ! llil' II MM . MM mm IPPP !!!! v iiii iiii iiii llll . . illy - -; : . . . ' r ll 1 ""liSfcll ''Kill" ' 1 SHI mUBmiimW lit - n 'W I . . . i 'IF MT ROSE BAPTIST CHUKCH Services were good all day Sunday school was well attended, 136 be- i - i ii .1 , r n a m Among PEin,r i T r. m1 supported by some of the best musl Each department is doing splendid ,";, ,,,, 00 Pr, r work. Class No. 6 in the Intermediate department took the banner from the i .... i n.i.j.- i.. i on J junior uaicuns, lonmi t....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 29 July 1922

TirfJR 1V1LLA3 KXPKKSS, DALLAS, TKXAS, 8ATUKPAY, JULY CO, 1022 LI2f.r,i ER LECG.'t'E THE EIECCa F01 THE OPPRESSED LUCKMtfM QI HER PARIS OF t;:e vv:::lc? (Continued from page 1). Kritaln r!h.ii.uI1 Spain 400 000 pounds for a plrdgt from the Spanish to eoa' to buy Nogrooa In Africa. These contracts were aerood to by the rov. crrtmcnta, but wore often violated by tfiftir subjects. The Dutch and Swodes reKixictively prohibited the traffic to tlicir subects. The Dutch and Swedes respectively prohibited the traffic to their subjects a few years later. It aems thAt Hlavory was abolished by tho South American States as they gained their independence. It was abolished In the West Indies In 1833, In all parts of the lirltlxh dominions In 1840. In addition to what England puld l'ortugral arid ftpaln to prohibit tr move traffic In their dominions, tills government !strlnuted twenty mil lion pounds anions; tho slave owners or the Went Indies for the liberation of their slaves. When we consider t...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 5 August 1922

i A t : " V' io Hl v u ' ' " ... r( .1.1 c lis yyhc 0 ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE Founded by W. E. King VOIi. XXIX, NO. 42. (By A. N. P.) St Louis, Mo., August J. There la a political unrest In this state which presages no good for the Republican party. This Is true among all classes of "voters; but the outstanding; phase of the whole thing Is the attitude of the Negro voter, who has been as Immovable as Glbralter Itself, when the question of resenting Republican shortcomings have formerly been broached. This year things are de cidedly different. The whole thing has been given Impetus by the Presi dent's Birmingham speech, failure of the party nationally In tho large ap pointments, catering to the "Lily Whites" In the jouth, the hesitancy of the United States Senate In the pas. sage of the Dyer Antl-lynchlng bill, and the desire to tinker with that In strument, and countless failures local ly, both In the state and city. These things have not only affected Colored Repu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 5 August 1922

TIUS DALLAS K.YPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST B. 1922. TWO J, ' t icxr;s iov;r.s. 4 . t I .J. -r f'?VtTTTtTTTTVTTTTTTT t rK'nton.r Services were well attended at all the churched, Sunday Rev. W. II. Durden of Ft Worth wag In the city and preached several nights. Mrs. Rev, P. F. Jackson and daughter have returned home from Branchvillc where they have been visiting rela tives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Burr and family have moved to Muskogee. Oklahoma, where they will make their future home. Mr. B. F. Crawford and Mrs. W. M Jones, left Monday for Dallas to attend the Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows and H. H. of R. Mr. Blackmon haB returned from Wichi ta Falls. The Tonntf T-ndles Jewel Art Club. The Young Ladies Jewel I Art Club iet with Mrs. Andrew Clark Fi dav at the usual hour with presi dent Miss B. O. Taylor, presiding. The club was honored with the pres ence of two male The "visit were the Revs club. The Tney botb ...ade Jackson and D y jnunestliig 8ome ,VeryMch wire responded t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 5 August 1922

TUB DALLAS EXPRESS, PALLAS. TKXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 8. 1932. pack inrvr. o Twenty-one Years 1901 to 1922 PdFwffln 'Arw''M(iil(Sifninn r n Steady Permanent Growth DISTRICT GOHUEHTIOn AUD ha a fn r"7 r?nnn nnnnnr?nn nn I w III III rf In I I I I 1 1 . J I . II- LivJ L3 III i " j i ' " : 7" r I 1 " : 1 M;1 - i . o to 5, h ! I 1 W "j i C. M. WHITE, Supreme Commander A. L. WALTERS, Supervising Deputy for Dallas, Texas. SPECIAL TVl Mgr Mf""TMi it 1 l'fc' i i afc i'" " " r " ' I W" ""i lH " ffTli ' A L.. i i i jpfc ii i 1 1 i Tyler-The Rev. E. Thomas Demby, D. D., S. T. D., the first man of the race to be ordained and Consecrated a bishop witness Jurisdiction in this with the Rov. John B. Boyce, B. ., country in the Episcopal church, was the rector of the church of St. John Baptist (Episcopal) church who is doing a most excellent church and parochial school work among our people In this city. It may be of in terest to the readers of The Dallas Express to know that Bishop Demby, the distingu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 5 August 1922

FACT. FOUR THE PALMS KSPRESS, DALLAS, TKXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 5. 1022, THE DALLAS I" XI' KISS rWr-rnTB-'-.J I '. 1 STATE RIGHTS AD FEDERAL ENCROACHMENTS. MfcMBEH NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. THIS DALLAS KXTIIKS PITBLISIIINa COMPAHT. (Incorporated) Dallas, Texas. F-OHEIQ ADVKR1ISIRO REPRB SK,VlA'i; VMl t B. fclff rnmitnnr. Santa Dear- awn Street. Chicnwo, III. , W. H. 7,1 ff Company, 404 Morton Builillnn llfl Knit Naasan Street, Mew lork, w. Y. Entered at Post Office at Dallas, Texan, as second-clas matter, under Act of Congress, March, 1879 Such a decided stand against further Federal encroachment upon the sacred rights of states has been caused in Southern newspapers by the presentation of the Pyer-Anti lynching bill and the attacks upon it by Democratic Congressmen and - the press generally that we had well night given up all hope of even seeing an editorial or individual expression showing even a mildly commendable generousness of thought. We had been led to feel that it was...

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

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY. AUGUST 8. 1022. ) ) ODD FELLOWS HAVE CASH BA LANCE OF $264,833.48. WILL SCON ERECT TEMPLE IN THE CITY OF HOUSTON. (Continued from page 1). ..i,ini l sense, of fair clay. finally this will work In our be- nair. , rn thlnir will hclD ua Immensely, and that la to reach the point where we can command attention of the business world. We - must produce om eminently successful business enterprises. To do thia we need but to buck toKetner ana earnestly Biippun the businesses we have among: us. We must give to the Negro in busi ness our patronage: we owe it to him for many reasons. First, if one Negro makes a success in any line of busi ness he reflects credit on the whole of us. If he faila he brings to the race more of acorn and disrespect. Then we owe It to our children to support Negro enterprises, for in so doing Is our only hope of providing them with a dignified livelihood. We owe our support for the reason, it Is the only support the Nogro...

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. — 5 August 1922

PAC. 3 f.IX TH DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST.' ff. 102a. ' y y A".'- M- --f f rfg fjj tiittlHtiHMtiMitmUiHIHHlllOtWttHMHiimmWMl --- ''fliini i -I, it -i iriii i - -iiiiiiiii iMiiini iii ii 1 1 m inn m ii im iiimmni-ntiriiAnnt - WTO ! i HiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiliiHitk. i mrnuf. ITP-KT V a 1 V V --.. .. V V Your scalp seems dry, you oil it up and are satisfied. When your hair is brittle and hard to comb, you fret and pull and lose a lot. When dandruff comes you regret it and want relief; when your hair begins to fall out you look and wonder why; when your hair is short and stubby you sigh and wish for long thick tresses. ijQ) liaJ U. . . - - A dry scalp is usually a diseased scalp, which should never be. A diseased scalp can never grow hair or keep it oiled. Dandruff is the first step to baldness, falling nair the next. Short stubborn hair and baldness may be prevented. Your scalp and hair need daily attention and the best preparations. Cheap, inferior,, untried prepar...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 5 August 1922

THE DALLAS KXPKESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST B. 1P2fl. PACK BEVKM LOUISAKA FAMEBS STUB! BET. TEtt WETODSf. Baton Rouge, La., Aug. 3. Last week there began in Loulsana a forward movement of vital significance to the progress of the race.. Dr. W. It. Per kins, head of the extension service for this state and other prominent agriculturists, invited T. M. Camp bell, Held Agent, for the United States Department of Agriculture, with headquarters at Tuskegee lnstl tute to give., the state the benefit of his experience. That thousand of Negro farmers in the south are seeking the best me thods for the solving of their pro clems and citizens were strikingly attested at meetings held at Delhi Monroe, Grambling, Dubberly, Ope lousas and Shereport, where over 6,000 farmers were addressed by T. M. Campbell, Dr. Perkins and seve ral other prominent white extension workers. The outstanding feature of the week's event was the reception ten dered Field Agent Campbell by the farmers. He discuss...

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 August 1922

TIIR DALLAS EXPItKSS, DALLAS, TKX'AS, 8ATUKDAY, AUGUST 6. 1022. ill SATISFACTORY INVESTMENT BEAUTIFUL HAIR AND SMOOTH SKIN Guaranteed by tbe use of French Preparations which have stood the test of time. UJMltsr Direction of Major General Jiio. Ij. jones, iriKut.-r & Auu.-tus A. I'mrlcMMt and Assistant A1J. General jno. u. u. rau.y w PARISIAN PRESSING OIL CAtfP GAPfAIH PEOPLES, IiESillllliEIIIIIlM! aoisr a r i A ft y of An Ihi. Texas. AMERICAN WOODMEN MILITARY EfiCAOTW, AUGUST 8, 9, 10, 11, 1922. i( i.uoim; tiiw entihh iiauk LAIU;iT EVENT IN THE HISTOUY OF DAIXAS. Attractions liy and NiRht Amusements for Doth Young and Old. A Koliil Week of Pleasure nikl Instructive Attractions. ri:.. a . wnr.Hmn Ttnnila. Over Five Hundred Men and Women clad in gay uniforms. Dancing each night. Best of U U,US llosiimiiiR Toewlay Night, August 8 Prize Waltz Contest end m Ball, Admission 25 cents. U Wodiiosday ?,ight, August D Grand Military Ball and Prome- . nado De-Woodmen Skating Rink, Auditoriu...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 12 August 1922

J - V at. "Unto ThFourt' Generation," Beginning Next Week The Greatest Story of The Year. ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCnVE IN SERVICE Vol mm A CHAMPION OF JUSTICE A MESSENGER OF HOPE rounded by W. E. King - "T Republican Party Is The Ship, All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. ' VOU XXIX, NO. 42. " TIIB DALLAS EXTBKSS, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1022. PRICE FIVE CENTS P ? 1 he iM.ua mim if. five states DEPUTY SHERIFF WHO FOUGHT Macon, Ga., Auk. 10. Coming aa an aftermath to the famous "Jim Damon" attempted lynching case, John T. Stan ley, a deputy iiherlff, who was wound, ed by members of a mob on May 22, while defending: the Wilkinson county Jail, last week filed a damage suit fur 120.000 In the United State Dis trict Court against 14 prominent white Wilkinson county men, whom he al leges were members of the mob. This damage suit, one of the most unique and believed to be the first of Its kind ever filed Is a practical ap plication of the principle of the bit terly debated Dyer...

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. — 12 August 1922

v. I ...J. TUB DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1922. it i r'.t (' y two m. TCOLIAS GPd'JAN, Sr., OLD AND RESPECTED RESIDENT PASSES. MB. THOMAS ' Sunday afternoon at 4 p. m. Mr, Thomas Orman well known church man and fiaternallst died at his home, 2:103 State street, after an ill ness of nearly one year. His passing removes from the church and fraternal life of thia city, one of Its most highly respected and beloved members. Mr. Orman was born In Waco, Tex as, March IS, 1860. Before reachli? his majority he moved to Hot (Springs, Arkansas, where at the age of 18 he married Miss Annie Jackson, Feb. 24. IffKl. He and tils bride made their home In that city until 1880, when they moved to Dallas, where they have resided continuously. Eleven cMldren were b.rn to thorn of whelch number five H11 survive. They are: Mr. Maurice Orman, Chlc bbo; Mrs. Estella JHalton, of Seattle Wash.; Mrs. Lilly Murphy. Seattle, Wash.; Thomas Orman, Jr., and Sybllla Orman, both of Pallas. F...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 12 August 1922

I -'A t i v. 4, i THE DALLAM UXPRRSS. DALLAS. TEXAS. SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1922." CD 0 INDEPENDENT COLORED VOTERS LEAGUE ORGANIZED. GREAT MASS MEETING AT FT. WORTH, AUG. 1, WHICH APPEARED TO BE BLOC MOVEMENT. PI.AW FORMATION OF 1NDEPK1V UKUT VKA.VUKH IN KVEUV CITV. MOIIK THAN 200 LEADERS FROM AM. POINTS OF TEXAS I'llKSKNT. iion. wm. m. Mcdonald givf.4 MOVEMENT IIIS HEARTY APPROVAL Corgress making disfranchisement a crime by the United State and punish able In the Federal District Courts, For election of the President and Vice President by direct vote of the people. The local league was made the unit of the organization In every com munity, ward and precinct A great mass meeting; was held at night and able addresses were de livered by prominent speakers both ltd. mihi ituiiinui (tiuiiiiuoii. ciii'.i.Q i whnm wArA Dra. HiiniiAniA. Anhirrv. ' Punche and Prof. W. O. Bundy and Rev. G. W. 81ms, pastor of the A. M. E. church. Fort Worth. At the close of the "meeting; funds were liberally co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 12 August 1922

THE DALLAS F.XTEESS - r MfcMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Fiibllohod every Saturday morning tn the year at 2600 Swiss Aveou by rna DALLAS RXFRES FtfBI.ISHINO COMPANY. (Incorporated) Dallas, Tela. KOUEia ADVERTISING HBPRE SKN'rATIVHl .'. B. riff Company, MB Mntk Dear- ban street. ChlmKO. III. V It. .Iff 4 Mrtea BoIUIIkk- 11 ; laaaa street. hew lore, I, Y. Entered at Post Office at Dalian, Texas, second-class matter, under Act of Congress, March, 1S7 . IMPORTANT. No aubscrlntlons mailed for A pe rlod li'8 than tlireeThonths. Pajment ter same must be 76 cents. KOTICK TO TMH PUBLIC. Any erroneous reflection upon the character, atnndlns; or reputation of ny person, firm or corporation which may appear In the columns of The Dallas Express will be gladly cor rected upon Its being; brought to the attention of the publishers. THE DALLAS EXPRESS, SUIS.SC1UFTI0AS IS ADVANCE. One Tear , 12.25 Six Months . 1.25 Three Monlhs. , .75 8ingle Copy ; .05 THE DALLAS EXPRESS has never hoisted th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 12 August 1922

THE DALLAS KXTRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 1U, 1B22. Ta?:e 5 TEXAS TOWNS Mineral Welles Rev. Mn, Smith was here last week and preached at the A. M. E. church. -The Rev. J. M. Dolding, P. C, of the A. M. B. church and hie loyal member are preparing for their rally Sunday, Aug 13th. Rev. H. C. VV. Robinson being- attending the association in Austin. Rev. Bhep pard filled the pulpit at Bethel. Mm Callle Hardon of Sherman, Texas. Is here the guest of Mrs. Isaac Upshaw. Mr. J. Wyatt of Ft. Worth, was here last week visiting his family. Master A. V. Brown, entertained a few of his friends last week with a birth day party on South Oak street. Mrs. Laura Tollver has returned from Dallas, where she has been attending the Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows and Household of Ruth. Mrs. Amanda liall who has been visiting her mother and father, Mr. and Mrs, Gilliam in L-al. las. has returned to her home here. Mrs. Kosr.11 Glenn received a tele gram that her brother was killed by his wife In Cors...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 12 August 1922

i fix THR PALLAS KXTOKSS, 1)AI,UH, TKXAft, 8ATUKBAY, AUGUST 12, 1922. Hi Texas r ..(JwutlUe-.Miss Javie K. Jackson of Sulphur Springs was" In tho city fur three days last week. 'Many enjoy - able entertainments -were given in ber honor by her friends. Sunday morning Itev L. B. Mobs preached an able aud inspiring sermon. New Hope Sunday school opened at 9:45 by Sup't B. W. Lamson; and teachers at their iwst of duty. Sunday school was well' nonaea. uut oi wa cuy. ivev. lm he prote8ta nlg innocence. White stat Brittoy. Sunday morning, but yas that because of ni8 rcCntment to back on duty Sunday night. Mr. Dou-Cure8 and abusive remark8 made by gles Richurd of Wichita, Kaas, wasjthe officeri ne was Btruch over the the guests of his uncle, Alexander head by one of the thrce by whom Richard. Miss Alberta Arsn'.d passed hlg arre8t was mnde- Mr ig through enroute to Muskcgce, Okla; !not beiiel.e(j to De seriously wounded, Blent the night wl'.li her auut, Eveline ;however he BU8ta4ned tho los...

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