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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 12 April 1919

THK DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS TEXAS. SATURDAY. APRIL 12 1919. TEXAS CALVERT. Calvert Texas April 10. Prof. Robinson of Palestine and manager of this district American Woodmen spent Sunday in the city. Mra. Mary A. waiters of west is in the city the guest of her aunt Mrs. Geo. Robinson. Mrs. R. L. D. Roberts wife of Mr. Ed Roberts left Sunday for South Texas to spend a few weeks for her health. Mrs. M. A. Blackley of Houston is in the city the guest of her father Mr. M. 8. Fair. Mr. Johnson Bust met with a valnful accident last Tuesday morn' inK while repairing some machinery at the city plant falling some 8 or ten feet catching his trousers and swinging him in the air for one hour till relieved by some one pass lng. Mrs. Luvenla H. Wlltaker was in the city Saturday. She had a sue cessful session at Mt Zion after 6 months' term. Mrs. Whitaker is a strong teacher. Prof. C. C Piatt left Saturday to spend a few weeks with his old friend. Mr. Tucker of Milam County. Hon. W. E. King editor o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 12 April 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 12 1919. TEXAS io:t;vu: v. JstuKvl'-; Texas April 10. The ( lam lics reported good services Sun-ri.'r- iirst. lirhhcr the District Vre- i.j nt of Uio Mlwiouary work of the At. K. church iu the Longvlew liy .trii t a1ilrtxt tho Minslonury ln- iws oT .st- Mark C. X. K. church j'.'.iririay cveni'ig. .Mr. Jainfa Tucker of Murahsil Tex- as jut'i A'.i.ss Ida Mao I'atrlrk of Jx.m;.vU'W wrre tiniU'd in wedlock on the ili'V. S. U Uwrrett oill- t-UUxl. A largo number of ihtkoub were j)i'-wnt from Marnli.'ill. Mr. J 0 ha lukott and wife lt.-rt for Min- eral Wells. Ji'iii Nina Boll lias returned from lVairic View whore he bus been at.usKlinjr school. Mrs. I.atha Groae tia reurac4 from Sai Antonio l'LELASl. rinnland. Tciaa. April 10. Snlen- di t .Sunday srhool arttll the churches diuw.'ay. Kev. I. V. Uolteu has been muducUng a revival the past week at f ve-rjTlfen. Uev. Salter is making quite an iiu- prew.iina In I'ineland. Mrs. Martha llarnm fc-is ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 12 April 1919

TUB DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 12 1919. TEXAS THURttER. Thurber Texas April 10. Sunday school was very well attended Sun- day. Rev. T. B. Banks was on duty Sunday .morning and night. Mr. Pink. Carter visited DuMin . and Stephenvllle . last week.' Mr. Fred Carter visited 'tit. Worth last week and entertainment was given on April 1st in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Jame Hawkins. Mr. Harry Haskins Is back home from France. Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Hoskina wno has been niakjng their home In Malakoff attended the funeral of their father Mr. H. H. Haskins. Mr. H. H. Haskins an old resident of Thurber for 30 years died Friday night aged 63 years. JACKSBORO. . Jacksboro Texas April 10. Sun- day school on time Sunday Mission at Sister Mary Barnes in the after- noon a crowd of young people spent Sunday afternoon at Mrs. Ethel Al- iens. Mr. Will Hodge of Mineral Wells the guest of Miss Ruthle Brun- ley last week. Mr. George W. Means was seriously burned on the hand. IIILLSItOKO. Hillsboro. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 12 April 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS. ? EXAS SATURDAY APRIL 12 1919. e;aiesi of p i ? liM 1 ? T7D ii u Thousands of Dollars ot Tangible Assets. This Company Is write us aiiiask (or one of cur booklets which wiil explain Ycj Ever ht cr Prctztly will ever tava to bystcck !nia Oil Co. orced and operated iy Kepces. We now ban fc::!rJ p ty sia cf tli3 nest prominent ms.i cf cur race. Clip "oat 158 Cccpoi fcte and order some of cur stock cr dot tlly tn iL;s "al" tie wcndcrfcl opportunity we are offering yea. ' - . ' . - - ; i I i f H Si i! Our Special Offer To Texas People f zwwo8LDraAZDixoiL & i ca We are selling to the public B0.000 Shares of our Stock at f 1.00 per share par value and we have allotted 20000 of these Shares to Texas people as we want the Texas people to belp share in the large profits that are to he derived from our production. Our President Mr. S. 3. Allen Is now in Texas and has been there for about two weeks and be has already sold over one-hair of the Stock allotted to Tex...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 12 April 1919

lilt iULLO CA.rnr.iv UAJUfcAS. WAiXICIAT APRIL 1 DICKSON'S mi 1 ORPHANAGE Ml? inn r"3nn nn MACEDONIA CONTRIBUTORS. Brothers V. L. S. Booker 1.00; scrlptlon was taken by the Mayor who spoke in high terms of the wovt being accomplished. 7no'. ?' f:11""9!' NWES FROM MT. ROSE BAPTIST 1.00; Richard Stewart 1.00; S. Walker 1.00; Robert Ashford 1.00; Joe McGinthy 50c; C. J. Norsworthy 1.00; James Toland 1.00: F. M Brown 1.00; William Moore. 1.00: W. C. Clark 1.00; M. E. J. Skinner 1.00; Thomas Flowers 1.00; 8. A. .Hawkins 50c; Mosley Matthews 60o; D. G. Shaw 60c; Ira Watson. 25c: D. Winn 1.00 s N. Williams 50c; D. Gross 60c; Sisters Bertha Allen 50c; Lena Gilbert 60c; Lucy Jackson 1.00; Rosa Dudley 1.00: Tennessee Hughes 1.00; Lucile Parker 1.00; Henrietta -Thuaton 1.00; Sallie Wil liauis 1.00; Ellen Story 1.00; Moore 1.00; Hattie Tucker 1.00; Lottie Richardson 60c; B. E. Reynolds 60c; Myrtle Rose 50c; Esther Jones 60c; Estella Wooten 60c; A. M. Miller 60c; Brother E. Grice 50c; Dr. Wm And...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 12 April 1919

THK MIX. EXPRESS. DALLAS. SATITtDAY. APRIL 12. 1010. 1 1' .A. f J. y f Trade Mark: Foit Worth Texa April 10. A reception for discharged Colored sjI-divfs-(Jreat Interest Is being niapl- fistcd and (.'real preparation made for the coming reception for dls- claril Colored soldiers to be hold at the Chamber of Commerce on the evi iiliis of April 21 1019 at which time .Mayor Day) and noted Col- ored jfaker whl make addresses. I'recccdlnR the program will be a noted street parade with decorated flouts autos uniform ranks cadet companies. Colored soldiers etc. The city churches lodges schools busi- ness concern and other organiza- tions are akcd to unite it; ono great effort to make this one of the grand- est and most patriotic demonstration of its kind to ho had for the boys who braved the perils of tho sea endured hardships privation and at times near starvation. The Famous K. of V. Hand will be tho leading nnd attracting; feature in the line of march. The Viur for the parade and the li...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 12 April 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS. SATURDAY. APRIL 12. 1010. JUST SAY "CHARGE IT!" 23HWSi Credit is your Purse. Open an account here and have all the home furnishings you need at astounding savings. Don't loose a minute in coming to see. This Big 4-Piece Dairehette Suite XX ft 4 TERMS $7.50 CASH $2.00 WEEKLY ALL COMPLETE FOR ONLY 52.50 This big bargain offer for your living room comprises a full size bed ' Davenport 'Which makes one room aa good as two together with a massive library table and two upholstered rockers to match. The moat for your money in all Dallas. BUY A REBUILT GAS RANGE All Connected and Set Up in Your Home See our big line of Gas Stoves and Ranges comprising many famous makos all put in perfect baking and cooking condition and all better for slight use and tuning up. Four-' Burner Gas Stoves as low as Elevated Oven Range . . $15.00 $27.50 A REFJNISHED Refrigerator Will save food supplies and ice Just as well as a new one at a fraction the cost to you. Our display Includ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 12 April 1919

THE PALLAS F.XritESS DALLA. SATTKDAY APRIL 12 ltfl9. 1 T ATTAD WHAT WHITE PAPER SAYS OF COLORED SOLPIER. imi i: 'nvri-YE j JU j AOII HEROES r.'LLfS CCLCHEO CIT!2E::3 TO CELEC"ATE RETULH CF HER win KAiFKSLi:AYArr:L2i. c:s stkfet pageant at h:ch r.zzi c::::it':::;.i vm cia free'carskue. axd basket csn- t:zs. t:::t. vm. McD3::ald to deliver an adssess. ccca- to le at state taih csauxss. all ssldiers ajjd sai- LCI3 TO CE ( L'.'.ircr.M ' A few of the Citizen of Dallas and Vicinity met on last ' Fri- day evening and- perfected an organization by electing M. M. Rodgera Chairman and It. I-ee Jones Secretary for the purpose of celebrating and' commemeratlng "'THE HOME COMING" of "THE OVER SEAS and draftees of the United States Army and "Navy." Tho day designated for this occasion Is on "SAN JACINTO DAY" April 21.st; and in to be celebrated with a grand banket picnic and free barbecue in which all may participate. This event Is a laudable one and la hoped to be long remembered. It is desired ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 19 April 1919

'V 5? i Founded by W. B. King. ;'A Republican Party Is The jShip All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. 11.60 Per Vjuium TOr 2 XO. 87. DALLAS TEXAS SATUSDAT APRIL 1 WW. PRICE FITE CEIfTS. mM U Lru ZD Lr U liii U u L3 Li kD Ui illlJ in IU isi liJ uO Lb Liii U U U U 0 O 1 ....... ;.; . - - .: . m Flffll'S I ilETl IIS 10 SUPPRESS LIB MEMORIALIZES CONGRESS TO PASS FEDERAL LAW JO DEAL WITH THIS COURSE. DECLARE STATE LEGISLATION INADEQUATE. EXPECT WILSON'S SUPPORT. The Feedmen's Aid Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church was or- ganized la 1866. Its purpose is the Christian education of the Negro. It has a theological seminary at Atlanta- Georgia for the training of Colored ministers; a medical college at Nash- ville Tennessee . where 600 young men and a few young women are being trained as physclans pharma- cists dentists and nurses; and In addition It has eighteen other Insti- tutions for the training of teachers industrial and other Christian leaders for service among the Negro people....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 19 April 1919

1 i '14 V . ... . '0 THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 19 1919. DALLAS PBOFEMIONALa LIGHTEN YOUR TEXAS TOWNS ATTACKS IIERVES NEW METHOD II i A CAM !;!(). Cameron Tem' April 17. Rev. 3. Cordon McTlifrson paxtor of Cam- won Grove lSaptlst church spent a tVw days here last. week. Ho de- livered out; of hia famous lectures at his church on la.st Friday nlptit tn tho inlercKt of the lil'h cuool. Dr. An I'horsoi' left for Temple on Sai-nr-'i:'y vlu re he opened his Rrent : nice! in K last Sunday. Mr. Jim Jones bpys the old home place of Mrs. lia.mati Johnson a few days for the coi . tdderatlon of $450.00. Little Marjio Davis daughter of Air. and Mrs. Robert David of Okla- homa City was buried here on last Friday. Dr. J. Cordon McPherson ofliciatlnsr. Mrs. Ham Allen and her son Robc- velt returned from Marlln last week where they spent several days. Born to Mr. and Mrs. WUJIs Harmon Jr. April 10 a baby girl mother and bary are doing fine. Kev. XL C. Coleman after an Illness of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 19 April 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS HTXAS SATURDAY AI RIL 19 1919. OUR NEW HOME 25000 MORE PORO AGENTS WANTED Equipped with the Very Latest Apparatus for Teaching the Poro System of Scalp and Hair Culture and all Branches of Beauty Culture Terma Moderate Diplomas Given Write Today for Further Information Poro Corner St Louis Mo. Dept. A-12 J TEXAS TOWNS PUTELAND. Plneland Texas April 17. Rev. L. V. Bolten closed a ten nights revival at Evergreen Wednesday night col- lected $130.00 Pine Grove Missionary Society raised In their rally .$90. Services were good at all the churches Sunday. Rev.. Brown of Center preached for Rev. Ruffln Sun- day at eleven o'clock. On Saturday morning Prof. C. H. Daniels brought about twenty of his pupils accompanied by a number of friends from Center Texas to enter into a friendly literary contest with the Plneland school. Long before the program begun the people be- gan to gather. Evergreen church was soon filled to Its capacity and many had to stand on outside. Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 19 April 1919

(V- 4 h- 4 - - so v-'-?'. - a-a i .'. V'.- '" iL NtOHS PRESS . SOCIATtON. h mi jfc v (-uiii 1 : t4"..J.A " ri'ULI.HIIIMO I . ' : i I ' . Si ' . (IC. .. I-ITAIV..)) I . i i i 'i e . HH. --. -.-. h .... J-rout & Frost 1 i. ? nr. .-I. . )- 1 lout & Front Boy- v. ... r'.-r.i-e Frot 4 Kroft Can- !;! 'fr.mt fe Frost In- . . :.t. Il.tr.- l.i.ii.i.i-vr- . r. hi .Ma. J. I'.. Joii il.i.N Mmtmtt-r. i.jin.-.l t F. I ilUi-i! nt lnltan . .i.rt. ih h... otm-'-iaiM nottli-r viui.r l.a Olt'l'AM f. -. u-il.s.-rlptioim innll-d lor ft 1o -. I'vin H.ne month. I'ayuioiit r .r n'lro- uotxt k DO emit. M HMKII'IlOJiS IV AOVA.SCIi. ". Y-ur li t" i Mwi.ll.s -J" tnukt ( .i.y a .06 JVOTICK TO TIIK VVULW. t.ny f-rror.c-Mis rsfi . Ion upon the r ( i !. hiuii'iiiiat or ri pniauon of .:y i'-. r.- "U. In in or roi ooriiliou whlh y i.j " .r Iri I!-. n.i.imtoi of Tli . oi fir--H . ! i bo fcliolly C'.r- ..t. i o.M.rt iti l.'-uii brought to Die ;i.oiLIOU ol' lli puliiuiiei SA'Il I.I AY M'VM ID lOi'J. Ju.'.i.'f "...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 19 April 1919

THK DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY AI-STL 19 H:5. TEXAS C1LTEBT. Calvert Texas April 17. Garrett Grove Community Mr. Willis Ed- wards reported very sick at his home in the Garrett Grove Com- munity last week died at 12:30 Mon- day after an illness of several months. Uncle Willis as the Com. called him was a member of the M. E. church a ' Uniontown Ala hut coming to Texas he never connected himself with the church of his choice yet. Rev. Johnson . ex-pastor of St. Paul M. E. church visited him on several occasions and buried his wife Mrs. Edwards his wife about 9 months ago. He leaves three grand daughters on the cold charity of the world to mourn his loss. May heaven protect these dear children is the prayer of the Dallas Express report- er. Rev. Taylor reached Junction Sat- urday and preached Sunday and Sun- day night and opened a battle against sin on Tuesday at 3 p. m. Rev. Tay- lor in an able manner delivered an able eulogy over the grave of Father Willis Edwards. Our day...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 19 April 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS TEXAS. SATURDAY APRIL 19 1919. TEXAS ...'. :. r ' 3i a. iv r. Mart. Tens. April 17. Services iud .S.-in-t.-ir lu-twHil were well attund- t.l S-illlKi.. Jiun t l;o come early next Sun- day. jKfv. A I). A) us ley was at bis j.imt ri itsunl ami preached three t-XMi-u-iil Ri'fiuoHrf. . 'Itie scries of jimy r im-'.iii-'s r)o:-;i Siimiay Iilllt. dir. ll.-il Miwli-y of San Antonio in Utt K'itit la tlif homo of his brother Mr. Aaron. VVxKliiri Mrs. n. Wood- tud ;unl Ali; OMio w ere In Waco on biiK'nx'-MS A!otU.y. airs. J. ii. Jones Is rejoieins over tn rrlum of hi-r Bon Ivorson Jones f.-om utfr wa. He is now stationed at . ami Howie Kt. Worlb. His many friends hope fr Mm an early m tliarii". Ho h.iH been in over sea fivr niiitix a while. Ills nln Ui-h. Hiks liin nd Lola went to join hiiti in Krt Worth Saturday ac- cii.unitI y Miss Zona Ilrunson. T!ie MiurT.(Kn:xl rally closed at the int l;:uui;t ;hurch Sunday night. Kev. AVillianm. the wxrter failed fa .ft the amo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 19 April 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 19 1919. pag1:; f.v.yv:: r TEXAS GREESYILLE. Greenville Texas April 17. Sun- day was a beautiful day and all of the churches report good services. Tha leading men of the city will organize a Merchantile business soon. Next Wednesday will be opening day of an uptodate drug store to be op- erated by Dr. h. W. Taylor and Mr. M. S. Durham. These men are to be congratulated for this splendid busi- ness undertaking. Mrs. Mary Dur- ham the widow of the late W. H. Durham has returned from Como where she went to vuiit nor daugh- ters. Mother Julia Williams accom- panied her both report a nice time. The New Jerusalem BaptiBt church under the leadership of Pastor E. E. Strong raised last Sunday $118.00. Mrs. Adel Kldd and little eon A. W. are visiting her mother-in-law Mrs. Morlah Kidd of Clarksville. Rev. A. L. Wright B. D. the popular pas- tor of New Hope has been called to the pastorate of the First Baptist church of Wichita Falls Texas. Eev. W...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 19 April 1919

THIS DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS. TEXAS. SATURDAY APRIL 19 1919. -: ; : -j- v -; -: i t .J. t 1 l X Trade Mark: H. T. r.IlOHjV r ASSES A WAT. i ; t Worth. Texas April 17lfll9. Mr. 1;. T. Brown died laat 2un- t" y April Iff a- about 2:09 p. in. at Liu lain rmiliJcuco corm John street zr.i Eleventh avenue following a long Illness. About two months dko Mr. Brown and hla wife wore run dawn by a run-away overmr.tmt team as they ht'.ipvi from ft sum- miu avenue ear between Main and I'otifton street on JlaHt 9th street. 'I wy were txxSi injured and It was thoucht tliut Mr. Brown sustained intraniitl Injuries. H Rraw worse and worae until tho end came. Mr. Brown wrs a peaceful citizen public bene- factor and a Christian worker. His last publio work was 8Mnlntlng In the arrangements Air the Knights of Py- thian Annual ThankHglvlng exercises In March. In discharging this his I'iht public duty ho pled with the public to contribute to the maintain- ing and upkeep aud beautifying the cemetery where o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 26 April 1919

. 4 . . . . - ffe f 1 H A A . ' 1 Founticoi by w. b. King. v. "The Republican fatty Is The Jhip All he Is The 8ea"Fred Dougum. tuo rer Acnu-a YOL. 2C KO. 28. ":tr . ' DALLAS TEXAS 8ATCKDAT Al'ML 20 1919. " - miCB' FIVE CE.TT AG AiriSTL A 17 Lf SSf I ESS TWENTY-EIGHT STATES AND THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA ; REPRESENTED IN CALL. MANY SOUTHERN STATES IN THE LIST From the headquarters of the com- mittee In charge 70 Fifth Avenue . New York announcement is made of the call for a National Conference on . Lynching "to take concerted action against- lynching . and lawlessness wherever found" to be held In New York City May 5 and 6 by a group of 120 leading men and women of the country. This call for the conference which la being sent out extensively Is . wldoly representative of the country twenty-eight states and the District of Columbia being represented by sign- ers. Twenty signers are. from eight southern states. Among the signers are Attorney General A. Mitchell Pal- mer former Attorney G...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 26 April 1919

Till DALLAS EXPRESS" DALLAS TEXAS. SATURDAY APRIL 26 1919. &r ate m DALLAS rROKMlONALa i YOUR OWNS YGin PAIil REEF NEW METHOD II ligItI (n;-.n:M:. Clrlninic Texus April 24. 19 13. '!'!! e-' i-i-s ss fi Jl.illy ;ih a glorious ;--i- '1 !;-.' p-. (.'!'"- had a Iiilurl !! t iont tli i n i a and they IU). "V. J. V.'. Ixi' ing- anil Rev. M. J : Mii .. !l pastors of Hie White liap- .1 ) H!v!.s i.rrch' fi :ro."it pennons . T. C. J'.U-i! si of Tyler preached h i.!' M'l'meii Sunday morning. 'iii- ( .-t;iiii:! vwre In great expert- amy tiiroit boot the day and w hen Cic "vomit was m.ido they put on the (!.!-.' $1176.12. Mins I-. T. Phillip won th honor which was a ban- u t civiii Thursday niijht who hud S.:VI.;!S. Too much can not he said r tlio noble young woman. She is 11EV. JOKKni A. BROWN of 'irt Baptist. PaHtor. (.".eat power in the community. All tit captains went over the top. Mrs. Maekrv Davis 1181.03; Mrs. K. J. Mosley 1154.04; Airs. C. D. Hunt 4115.00; Kev. Joseph A. f'.rown 11M....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 26 April 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS iiA'XAS TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 25 1919. Ac:: t: OUR NEW HOME ; ;;; j A f : IJJvyMr iGP" Wf' till bU bed&watE : 25000 MORE PORO AGENTS WANTED Equipped with the Very Latest Apparatus for Teaching the Poro System of Scalp and Hair Culture and all Branches of Beauty Culture Terms Moderate Diplomas Given roro Co Write Today for Further Information IGHEQ.LLEiE rner St Louis Mo.' Dept. A-12 recently returned Mr. Brown has from France. Mrs. A. O. iVInn the District Mis- sionary was in. ih city Thursday and held a very successful meeting. Mrs. Carzetta Mitchell ot Dallas Is spending a few days In the city with her sister Miss T. M. Brown. Dr. O. B. Williams pastor of Sul- loh Baptist church spent a few days In the city. -1 - Mrs. Kay who has been confined to her bed In the Booker Washington sanitarium was able to be moved to her sister Mrs Graham's. -S. M. Brown has bought the Hat tie Minima Grocery Company' Mills and Games street Mrs. Polk has moved to Tyler Texas. On l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 26 April 1919

p r . . 4 T i I. A S l'' V '.. 'MK.IMli.'VU I'l'tiilt (;'!-r Fr-.i't Kr.iat -t. r frost & front. I.loy- Frowt A Fru Can- ico. Front 4 X" rout. In- l.miiliCK. - Mill' ;! I r . lit l.ll W. R. 5vlSi. Editor J. IS. JORDAN Maaage. i.r"l t Foxt Osric t mum I- ft mi- irti-M rnfrtr under r.' llbKrrip!nn mailed Vor ft -. id tnttn liM '-n month. Jnymi-ut i ;r nanifl Itiuct &0 coiilf. M i:f-t UiPTI?i IW ADVANCE. f OA Vr-ar.. ....$I.fiO M-r fclwiilis 70 ' !- n()n f'i UsiRie Cny 05 MlfltK TO TUB VVULIC Any irrnnTum rc-nortJ.in ujien th rimr hi 1-r ttHilirw or reputation of i.v o. !( n fl-m or rurpoimlon whluh t v ir In thp column of 'j'ne '"ti limn will ho giuilly cor- - ' ! upon in beim- tniiKht to the iwiuk'U of inn publinheia. en n:AV An; it so ma. Behave mid io ood. do to Church tomorrow. Spend some of your money with j our o n enterprise. Kii k well of the man who is out of : -il some time. K doth not yet appear what re f-i.tll net out of the war. A hog 11 k( another hog because the...

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