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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 2 September 1922

THB DALLAS KyPRKflfl, DAIXAS, TEXAS, BATITRPAY, SEPTEMBER fl, IMML mm Texas News. M Grevlle.r-Sunday S U attended. Lemon taught by Rev. R. Rucker, reviewed by pastor, ir Is brlnelng things to pass with i th. Tittle children in the afternoon. fLun day. The church i eIOW--? .nLk children marching, ,n,n M In A Grand entertainment Klyen . by Rev. Rucker. refreshments of all kind, at night, our pa.tor brought to i tmriilnir menage subject:- "What Have fou Poner Mm. Mollie Oarner of Coope" Texas, worshipped with u. Sunday. Slater Garner spoke ma"yv,e?i couraglng wordi to the Sunday School. ' Mr! and Mra. Nash entertained ..V ral of the Greenville person, at her nome In Dallas, la.t Friday evening with a swell banquet. It will long be remembered by those who were ,.( Qod blest Brother and Bister aVh Sick listed" Dr. N. J. Atkinson, ohe corner of Mill nd Boi..d Arc street; the wife of Rev. Huse I. on the sick list Visitors to the Dallas la.t wfk ReV. V u.,.ir Hlii Naoma Nash Mrs. Eu Irene M...

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. — 2 September 1922

TUB DALLAS KXntFSS, DALIES, TKXAS, SATURDAY. KKPIEMBtiR g, 1022. fit a Dallas cxr.ir.ss .x ! NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Fnturdar morning lo the year at ZtiOft .SwIhs Avenue by VnK DAI. I. AS ICXI'HKS ITll!.iSIIIfJ COMPANY. " (Incorporated) Pallas, Texas. roHKia AovEnTisiwo reprb- SKVPATIYKl nr. n. i.ttt Compr, 8 Sent Dear, bo Mi-rrl. t lili-nuo, ill. V. It. .Iff tnmvHny, 404 Wortoi fiiilldliiu lis Kh . ftaaaaa street, Urit lark. jr. Y. Kntwed at Pout Office at Dallaa, Tx!. bii necond-olHSR matter, under Act of Cungresa, Ataixh. Ul I M POUT A ST. No nuborlptlon mailed for a pe riod lena thon threo'TKiouth. Payment fcr game must be 75 cent. notice to ma ruBiac. Any rrroneoun reflection upon tbe eharaotrr, MBmling- or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which riftjr ap;ar in the columns of The Dallas Kirpreaa will he indly cor rected upon lta being brcugfcit to the attention of the publinhera. TUK DALLAS LXri'.LSS, SIBSCKIPTIOXS IN ADYAN0K. One Year ......

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 2 September 1922

HIE PALLAS KXTHESS, DA IX AS, TEXAS, SATTODAV, SEPTEMBER 2, 122. Taj, MOSAIC TE&IPLARS ARE GUESTS OF BEA1I0NT IN 14TH GRAND LODGE.1 0 .0 GRAND OFFICERS MAKE SPLENDID REPORTS. NATIONAL GRAND MASTER S. J. ELLIOTT PRESENT. J. J. BURNETT K. W. McMILLAN, T. W. PRATT AND J. WASH INGTON BECOME GRAND OFFICERS. GRAND ORDER HAS $250,000.00 IN CASH IN TREASURY. V licaumont Texas. Aug. 31. The most, enthusiastic and heated of all form-1 er sessions 01 the Mosaic lempinre oi 1 America, Texas Jurisdiction, met In the j fourteenth annual session at the St. James A. M. E. church as the guests of the Temples, Chambers and Palaces of that great oil city. The church was filled to capacity and in uny rushed to obtain seats for the opening program. After some general remarks by the 8. O. M.., A. W, Wcatherford, of Texarkana, the pro clamation was read by the S. O. .8., Mrs. N. A. Williams of Texarkana, and approved by the lodge. Th official roll of the Grand Lodge officers was read, after which the ...

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. — 2 September 1922

TUN nAIXJ KXI'IIMRS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATTWDAY. SEPTEMBER & lS. .- . S TOWNS a fttt'TTyrTTTT III. Miirlln. Mr. Ben Ly, died last we.:!;, aged 80 years. He was burled by local undertakers, Delegates frum tlilvfston, .Sunday School Congress (, !.! t a pplendltt session. Mn, White j on Wiley street, haa been nick, bui it better now, 100 Cotton pickers j left 'or the cotton fields of Cilia oimty last week and others are still! going. Key. MeNeuKe had a baptizing; iMKt rUtmiay and nine soula were bur. ried beneath the healing waves. Oil and cotton are the only two things that you can hear talking on the street of Minim now adaya of much Importance. M'irlin Is the nweca for the oil men from the Kosae Oil Field. The road Is crowded all day from frinrlin to the Kosse oil field with while and Colored. Mr. Harvey Hum phrey 19 the biffgeat Colored man on andy. lie's being treasurer of the big riandy oil Company, brings liim in the lime light They will noon have on depoHtc the 11.000 000 or m...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 2 September 1922

THK DALLAS KArMKSS. DALLAS. TKXAS, SATlUPAy. SEPTEMBER 2, 1022. vagk Kr., ; T.V A A A A. A A A A . . . A. . . ... A A A A A. ... A. A A -A. A A . i ya 5 I THESFOKTING-.WOELD 1 AAAAAAAA ... . A A A A A. A A. A, A. A. A, A A J, J, A, A, J. J, A, A. A A A A A A A A A A A A A, AJ ,V ' - ', A A A A A LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA,,! AAAAAA. A , AJ T0TTv::-JACKSOrivS-:HOPE IMASDED BY--. DADDY I'JILU "BROWN PANraER" SENDS CHALLENGER VIA KNOCK OUT. ROUTE EARLY IN TfflRD ROUND WITH HARD RIGHT TO JAW. BASE BALL AND OTHER SPORTS. xi. v,u An- J1 Marry Wills ! that Treadwell went the full route firmly established hla right to meet! for the Bacharachs. while Rile and Jack Dempsey for the heavyweight I Pave Brown, who had won Tuesday's Kumnlnnnhln nf the World by knock, ins; out "Tut" Jackaon In the third round of their acheduled fifteen-round bout at Ebb-ta Field Tuesday night. "With a hard right hand to the jaw, Wills flattened Jackson for the count after two minutes and fifty seconds of the third round....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 2 September 1922

1 ' but one Colonel Archinard, celebrated iiw.it, ViC;fr his military nkiil finally defeated lU Pdicy ia Decl- . , 1 VT r1 ,iLi l.ative inbes. (Continued from page 1). v.itej gent out In the year 1697, a cry able man to admini.it.er the af f.x'.'.i of tn Vt African holdings Aiulte d lirue, wm the name of thl nvtv ndmliilxtratoi', soon established headquarters at Si. Louis, founded by the fifrhtlng king- and occupied his capltol, ltinaiidugu, near the IJborlen 'boundary, later the king was con quered' and aent into exile. Hp to 1881 the French and many of the other Kurepean powers had been ablt timid In their effort at conquest in Africa, but at that time a mighty scramble oeuau anion the powers for holdings there, ait Ht.oriea of its wealth filtered through various channels to Europe. The 1' rench followed the lead of other nations In Its greed for conquest in recklens disregard for the rights of the UHtl ve only might was consid ered right In its policy. She began a might v .war of...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 9 September 1922

is SeptembeFlSth. Is Your CMM I M i-V. A J .A .f'--f, i'-r star ' f J ? ' ' V V ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE t. DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE founded by W. B. King ABYSSINIAN KING'S INVITATION READ TO GARVEY CONVENTION. New York. N. Y., Sept. 7. Liberty Hall waa the iicene of a wild demon stration, when a message from the King and Queen of Abyssinia wan read to the convention of the Universal No gro Improvement association. Men threw up their hats aiM women their handkerchiefs. Marcus Garvey usually the personification of dignity, led In the cheering. ' The message was delivered to the convention by H. H. Topakyn, Persian Consul General, who represents Abys sinia In this country. When the part of the message was reached in which the Kins; and Queen invited members of the asociation to come "back to home land.'! the delegates yelled themselves hoarse Consul (Irarrnl Quotes Kins, Parts of the message delivered by the Persian Consul General partic ulary pleasing1 to the delegates were: "During a recent...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 9 September 1922

TIU3 I'M LI. AS EXIiUSSS, DALLAS, TKXAS, SATUIPAV, SKITKMBEn 0, 10 2a. i! i ' ' . : f ' t if.."- it." ' inn-1 '&ii!liLZX :V; Ihi : '--vV.? art. H " IhViftAT Kf,f-" II I, I, s ' VK .....til Arf "' A.. : . .V, . , i&.'pv-ii-- U IL'.: .-": - - Ifj-iiiHulf Jitol.Mi-w UJA"'.. 1 Ja. t-tiu: a'WJJUilumiiJlliiUllU.t.ttUl4itUhulli lUa.iliiirl-li'.'i' ,!.' i ;,..!;. i i l'i.li;.l'it--Vir-H-4""''":i'" 'il (I l( ii"' If-,, r: ii I'1!-1 kji.... ... i i i i -k.i,LI. nil v l ijik. j -- F.l '."i'.u-l'e uitr!mi!ii:ij; Hili.:ndor 'a.-it a j'iy(-UH niarnination iipon Oak 'Iiff's soclctr. tliat l"ilr.-i(ii'(l nny past i-.l.liiiL- i-ifin, nnil B'.nt .irlli a ; ! it i fi i it ay far int.i ahi' . tuture. Tfi.it vtif Utc soi-kU ,:utumcnt for n-ihH I ii'n '. .'. ... on Wrilucetlay, Aug. ' ai). 1922. a ti iitii ii'nl jiiwt ttKMlwfiiyi- ciiurch wviil ini; i.f" Mish T.iH'ilti .Myci'ri arul Jvlr i'' c'd liri'Wn w iiji .Holomtiixet.. . by I ,it.T. Iti v. H. Mooit, et. 'KUiU 1. m. Tim announcement f tlio ,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 9 September 1922

?ff ' Ala.,.,, ... . ...,.... W .V u.w. THE DALLAS KXTRESS. DALLAS, TKIAS, SATT11DAY, BKPTEMBKR ft, 103. 1 .. MM . T EXH'S; TOMNS $ t lit Temples-Mr. S. A. Stokes, 68 years old ot 711 East Avenue C. passed away Tuesday evening Aug. 28th, at his home. Funeral services were held Thursday evening Aug. 30th, from the 8th street Baptist church ot which he was a member; Rev T; E. Geo. officiated. The" deceased Is sur vlved by a wife, one daughter, two sous, and other relatives. Interment was made 1n the City cemetery by Undertaker E. L. C. Branford, under the auspices of the Supreme Union Grand Lodge. ff Mrs. L. E. Payne entertained with a social in honor of the Temple Cho ral Club last Thursday night at the home of Mrs. N. E. Hornsby 408 So. 11th street Games and music were the features of the evening; cake and cream were the refreshments, and a nice time was enjoyed. ' Mr. Cbas. Westbrooks a well known citizen of Temple, left last Tuesday evening for Okmulgee, Okla., to live with his si...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 9 September 1922

TIIK IJ.UXAS KXPItESS, PAM.AtS TKXAH, BATIUDA V, SKITHMUKTC 9, 1022. f litis tixria ) i rT'TM - -ifci.m.ici; ' ' 1 ivl lYi Li E NATIONAL NEGRO PRE ASSOCIATION. J'ubllshiril every Saturday moraine lu t i vpar at 2t.(lo Swim Aveoua by TiiK DAM.A.H kapwkss nui.mii.va (Incorporated) Dalian. Txa. F0E1J AllVKllTISINa RKiytB- , SKNTATIVKl Mr. II. IH fonipney, I0 South Deuv hom Mrtft, IiIikicu, III. W. Hi. y.jff (inpnr, 444 Marias Bn'iU"K 11 Frint - fmuia ktrrat. Entered at Post Office at Dallaa, TVhah, an sftond-ola.Ha matter. under Act of Cultures, Alarch, ItIVS IMPORTANT. No aubncrlptlona mailed for a pe riod 1 than tlireelhontha. Payment far aene j)iut b 75 cenU. NOT1CK TO TUB FCBLK7, Any erroneous reflection uoon the enaiiu:tr, tumiding or reputation of any peroon, firm or corporation which may appear In the column of The Jjallas Kxpresa will b Kladly cor rected upon Its being brought to the attention cf the publishers. THE DALLAS KXPIiESS. SniSCRIPXIOXS 15 AVACK. Ono Year $2.25 iix Mo...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 9 September 1922

! ... ''., THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATVIIDAT, SEPTEMBER 9, 102S -j . TEXAS TOWNS Curthaffv Miss Lula Woods, who has been visiting in Ixmg-view and Gilmer, has returned. Reported a very pleasant stay. Mrs. N. E. Jones haB returned to her home at Gonzales after spending several weeks with her daughter, Mrs. J. H. Pendleton. Henderson came over Monday and crossed bats with the Black Legs of tannage.. Monday the game was 4 8 - - - in favor of the Black Legs. Tues - da? the game wait 2-20 In favor of Henderson. Mr. Lee Addie Chand wlck and wife are with us again. Sick list: Mrs. Lucy Wilcot, Mrs. Co ra Boyklna. Mrs. Millie Bonner left Sunday night for her home In Wichita , Falls. Mrs. Lena John's , is still on the sick list Mrs. Laura Brown has returned to her home in Carthage after spending a few days with her mother near Tatum. Hr. Henry Mit chell is reading the Express again. ;rabjim,-Rev. P. M. Miller of Breckenrldge was In our midst Sun day it being his day here as pastor...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 9 September 1922

TUB PALLAS rsXI-RKHS, DAM-AS, TI.X.IS, SATURDAY, SKWI ,?H'KR 9, 10 Texas P if 1! Icrr; -Services and. Sunday school S:k,1 at nil churches. Rev. Miller was at his lio-st a usual. Mesdamcs. B. Tt:i.;is and Lula U-ratton Binding Uio Wf-k villi Mm. D. I- UtUe, Mrs. Kitvp. m! ii..!iter- nave returned troiii , , ; , .r.t. Mr. Addle Roach of t. Worth Is visiting home folks Sir, listed:.' Mrs. Amanda Carter and Mr UUie Waikcr. Mrs. F. A. Littles ntartu a f lying trip out of 'be city 3t week. Tha DiiKlon at the A. M. 13. church Sunday morning was qu'te iuteresllng. Revs M. Manard Sht-p-V.trf.1 Wade and Thomas, vli.ilois were j: ulic!?tita. Mr. Daniel Brooks re turned Sunday with his little daughter faiiSitie. Mrs. Alice Fair Curner, he, has been visiting Mrs. Luke Atkins has tetuiTsd to her home. The Tem pi lumber company defeated Ferris ixiy., Saturday. Sco'es 7. In, favor of iVie Temple lumber Co., 6 in favor Tiler. Prominent . ministers., are Arriving, bore daily to atloud Uie Tt-a;lies i...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 9 September 1922

If i &--'v V THK IMI.T.AS KVPllKSS, DI,UH, TKXAH, RATlllDAY, SKITKMllKIt , 10.12. 0 0 0 I Ji I TMES STAE ALL SET FOR DIXIE (WORLD) SERIES. CROWNING FEATURE OF BASE BALL SEASON WILL SWING INTO ACTION TODAY. Lodal Club After Days of Practice in Tip Top Shape for the Gassics. Champion Red Sox Gab Will be Tough Nat to Crack. Many Visitors Expected to Witness Battles. Riverside Baao Ball Field Sept 7. The stage, la Bet for fit-In the first guns In the opening - game of tjie Southern Base. Ball Classics. The contestants, Dalian Black Giant, two Union champions of Texas Colored League and Memphis Red Sox Cham pions of the Old South. The place of action Riverside Park, the time 3 o'clock, the occasion, to battle for tha championship of Dixie. At the hour abov- stated the thun derous roar of the umpire will be heard and the firing of base ball's big Berthas will commence with a In these clashes every phase-of the national pant time will tut brought Into play, Sloan's men are being drille...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 9 September 1922

1 ' r - :;';' 4 '. ,.'' f. .."- --''ta. - .'Mi r- -v-. . f.i w-,u--?-ieK'J-nw' ' rAl1.:rJwfWIWKtPCB1I';,l - - - - C.tZ? Lwjii , ivt-.ijf lliigiSOfcifil THE DALLAS EXl'iXH. DALLAS, TEXAS. SATtHDAY, SKlTEMHEIt 9, 1923 ' ( V Are Ycu A Ilernber of The . Kl'lB 0F -ALlErJCA? II Ilct, Yhy net? Dcst Order in Texas. Join To-Day. r,:emhers!;rp Tee SI .50. RcliaLls Cspat.es Wanted for Texas and Cklanoma. -WRITE- j, vnawj. g. m., 2413 1-2 ELM STREE1 E.J, CRAWFORD, N.6.S,, DALLAS, TEXAS. MINNttt'Hf I.K:lo:t HAS HEATED CvCvfi. ' "' I I OKBATB.OS KU KLl'X KLAK. ;o-- (Preston News Ssrvlce) Hannibal, Mo.. Snpt. 7. Pressure of hUHlnsss forced a night session at the fourth tnnunl convention of the Mis souri department of the American irlcm on Monday night. The question of the injection ,of the Ku Klux Klan propaganda Into convention matter caused the heated discussion and ex tended session. Tho Ku Klux Ban matter wu taken up the resolution committee on Mon day afternoon and wu found to be a difficult ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 16 September 1922

T--'- -m, 'a'9i4 -Aft 4. chool Starts 'Monday.': Dallas Wants Yon To Go. 5? A CHAMPION OF JUST3CF A MESSENGER OF HOPE ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE fl. : mil m e, A rounded by W. B. Klni "The Republican Party Is The Ship, All Else h The Sea." Fred Douglas. ' VOU XXIX, NO. 47. r T THK DALLAS HXTIIEKS, DAIj1A8, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1922 PBICB FIVB CENTf r n nnnn n n U HI C J t o FAMOUS RICHMOND RACE INSTITU TION CLOSED BY EXAMINES; CLAIM $29,000.00 SHORTAGE Richmond, Va.. Sept 14. John Mit chell, Jr., and hid associate, Albert V. Norrell, president end cashier, res- Fectlvely, of the Mechanics Saving: iank, are under arrest and tholrbank. ins; Institution has been put into the hands of a receiver. This unexpected turn in the rather muddled affairs of the Mechanics Bank has thrown the otherwise orderly run of things among: the Colored people into a state of actual confusion and dismay. The arrests followed the discovery that two checks, one for $10,000 and another...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 16 September 1922

tvi; two TILE DALLAS KXi'V'-oS, DALLAS, TKXA9, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16,' 1933 n!49TH ANNUAL SESSION OFWILEY UNIVERSITY BEGINS 7rs5viiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiBiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiuiioiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaimii oiiim iQiiiiiuiiiiiniiimimiiaiiimiiimoiiiiiiiimioiiii 4?nlli.iiiiD1miimuiamiiiiiuiiDltUiiiiimouiiiiinmoHiiiTHK (JOLDEN CHAIN OF THE WORLD Personal tlention. .3hiiiiiiiiohiiiimh """ r,f SEPTEMBER 20, 1922. il s y a isi M THE SOLDEH CHfllilOF the ujodld conriEn Watch fur tho Oliighs n Dress Style. Mrs. tjueenle Wordlow of Omaha, Show S' t. IS, at Uet:.el A. M. 13. Neb. enroute to Coralcana, stopped Church. ' Monday with Mrs. James Carter, '4rs. J. K. lingers, wife of Dr. J. ; 2428 Clark street K. Rodger. 1). 1)., l.U 1)., Ohio Evan- ! Ml.p A Armstead, 8031 .Juliette, has gvll.-'t in.a arrived in the city and is b,,,,n ,n st. "Paul Sanltai him, under now ni the bed ido of her husband. a operation, la no home doing: l.r. HoiiKO-a la speedily recovering and f(ne- ix e.xp-c tin,? to bo up ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 16 September 1922

IKS DALLAS EXPRKSS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBEIt 16, 1022 4-444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444 4 444 4 4444'- 4 -e- 44444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444' TEXHS TOJMNS 44 44 T444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444 Gilmer. A large crowd of frtendi and fellow students of Summerfield community were at the station to meet the remains of Tbeo Cuby who was killed by a train at Merkel, Texas. Funeral was held at Suffolk cemetery. Rev. A. W. Kennon officiating. His teacher. Mis. D. H. Watson, and stu dent body of Summerfield school adopt ed and read resolutions of respects to his remains. Rev. B. H. Howard was with his people Sunday, although un expected as he was to have attended the National Baptist Convention in Uis Angeles, Cal. He with deacons J. P. Montgomery, Joe Cregg and John Cregglor went to Hours Chapel Chris tian church Community and received old alstor Nancy Elder back into the ISaptlat church from the above named...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 16 September 1922

-iV.n.-.- '.'.v THK IXUXAS EXPRESS, PALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, BKlTEMBEjt 16, 1022 M'f.I.AS E CRESS ,-sA ! M t M B P NATIONAL NEGF;-3 PRESS ASSOCIATION. n u.e year at 26oo swiM Aenue by ma dam.au kxires fuBiiisniNG Compact, (incorporated) Dallas, Texas FOHUIQ ADVERTISING REPRE SENTATIVE! r. B. TMt Compnmr. J Kuih Dcaf MI Strret, t hlcasr. III. W. B. Stiff Vommmnr. 44 Wrtoi MuUaW U4 Ks.l Naaaaa afreet. new v ark, a. . Entered at Pout Office at Dallas. Texas, as second-clans matter, under .ct of Congress, March, Hit IMPOnTANT. No subscriptions mailed lor a pa- rioa loss than three months. Payment (r same mut oe it cents. NOTICES TO TUB PUBLIC. Any erroneous reflection uu.in the character, standing or I -pututlon of apy person, rirra or corpo.auon wmcn o;ay apu-ar in ths column of The Uallas Imuran will be Kladiv cor rected upon Ita being brountit to the uenuon or tne publishers. THE DALLAS EXPRESS, c.n.SCKU'TIOS.S l. ADVANCE. One Year .2.25 Kit Month". 1.25 Three Monlhs 7? Single Copy ....

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 16 September 1922

THE DALLAS KXPHKSS, DALLAS, TKXAS, SATl'RDAV, SEPTEMBER 16, 1024 r&S it TEXAS TOWNS 0 Pittsburg. Sunday school" at all .churches was well attended. The dis trict Sunday school convention was in session last week at St. Stephen A. M. E. church. The divine services were good. A special dinner was ser ved at the care of Mr. V. M. l'hoxx Sunday. Many customers enjoyed the leaBt An entertainment was given at the homp of C Dyke Bakers Mon day night under the aunplcea of St. Beulah CM. K, The missionary board pf St Beulah C. M. K. church enter tained at C. M. E. mane by our pas tors' wife, Mro. A. L. Whitlow. Mr. William Booker died at bis home Saturday morning and remainsh was ken to Winnsboro for burial. Those who accompanied the family to the burial are: Rev. S. Whitlow, Mesda lnes U A. Henton, Alice Johnson, Sallie Crawford. The funeral services took place at the home at 5 o'clock. It was officiated by his pastor. Rev. S. Whitlow. Quite a number of minis ters of the C. M. E. church...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 16 September 1922

THE PAM.AS KK1H.IiyS. PAIXAS, TrtXAS, SATCBPAV, SCTTKMBEtt 1. IPga , , - --- '- ' -"i ?c,2ith Annual Message of Chief Grand Hentcr. You Can Buy Your Children SHOES For Less 91 m AT THE: WME TCADE SHOE STORE, 1020 ELM 1020 ELM hit 'i SIR J. S. JlDAlIt. C. O. M. Ta he Vle- Cr4 HmlM , Grand (Kfinn, lil-f Neater, Hlh Hrtn--, llorrn Mother, Knlht and Dltuahlrra at Tuer, Tflnn Juiia- CiltEKTING: It ha once mine become my pleas ant duty, s well ax a privilege to ap pear before yon in the way of deliver ance of my Fourth Annual Mnnaasre. An we are MemlniR on Die atalr steps, and facing th mo.it crucial period aa ever was kni.-.-.n in the world's hl 'nry. wt nil .xhuulrt count ouruelve ' liiwhly honored through the many clls euitera and OioiiKundx of no-called crimes that have been heaped upon tia false accusations and the Iron heela of oppteuaion of all nations of the earth tht huve conjoined all of their forces in every direction against us. let Crod has been mindful of us in the fe'age of...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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