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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 23 September 1922

i v r - it U 1 v- ..... I ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE A CHAMPION OF JUSTiCF A. MESSENGER 0? HOPE T founded by W. BL King 'TA Republican Party Is. The Ship All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. VOL. XXIX NO. 4. THK DALLAS EXTUKSS DAIXA8 TEXAS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 23 192A PHICB FIVE CENT? nnnn rxnrrwinn.r. J l' c9 J aa uy Lr C0037IS XCjjy '. - 7; - am 1 Jr I i o) o) I if m . ' ; - -I .... i rrrinn u uu uu uu A 'St EXCITfflENT ALLAYED WHEN POLICE GIVE MINERS STRIKE AS CAUSE DE- LIVERED IN LOAD OF COAL MEMPHIS ; ' MED .SO X WM DIXIE 'SEMEi New Tork N. Y Sept. 21 Consid- erable excitement was can Bed In the manufacturing district of New Tork Saturday by the finding? of a bomb In the coal delivered to the manufacturing- plant of the Pace Phono- graph Coroporatlon. makers of Black Swan Records at Meadow and Creek streets. Long Island City. The bomb was of the shrapnel type heavily loaded and capped and capable of blowing: up the entlr plant. The fire man (Uncovered tho ibomb afte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 23 September 1922

XII K DAU-S EXPRESS DAIXA8 TEXAi SATVRDAY SEPTEMBER 23 1922. '4 .s mm. Sherman -Mr. and Mr. Carru ('.'Mum have moved. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Ilerrnn have movtd to 723 Kurt Juiu-H Kt. Mrs. Melissa Collins ' :.s rciuriicd fro a trip to Coolrado j S-rinss Coio. Fred Douglas Hi Kb Kucully anil Lower tirade: Prof j .lliitvuy F. K:.!K the new principal I f-ailuate of Prairie- View 190j attend- ed New Orb-ans I'nlversMy 07-'08 and r vni'ston l.'iiivtu-bity at Evanstoti ' III. lins taught as principal In Crock- fit 1 J If.lt nnd Oakwood itifch. Has-do-I urtmeiUMl wrk Chhir of Mathe- matics; l'rof. K. il. Bakes- Chair of Science and Pedagogy; Miss Aliamay i.cwtH English and Latin; Mtos Ethel i;i'twcll of Dallas assistant in High school and 6th grade; Misa.T. A. Johnson 5th grade; Mrs.' N. S. Ever- ett. 4th grade; Miss Irene Jefferson Srld grade; Miss Clenniu . Ham 2nd grade; .Mis C. W. Johnson High First; Mrs. K. E. Porter Primary; MLiB Lorile Mitchell Uomeatic Science; Misa Nora Brailey steno- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 23 September 1922

pace Tirr?rE- a. rwwww V v w TTf f V TEXHS TOWNS ITITTTTTTTTTTTTTVITfTTTTTTfTTTfTTTTTTTTTITTTTfTTITTTTTfTTTTTT. TTTT 7 " T I I I T T ' T THE DALLAS BXPHKSS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 88 1923. Marshall. Mr. Caleb Smith's tuner al was attended from Bethesda Bap- tist church of which be wag a deacon; laid to rest in Oakwooa cemetery of which he wag owner; waa a member of F. A.' ft M. Masons Mosaic Templars of America and Ancient Order of Pil- grims Knights of Tabor; was burled with their honors. Resolutions offered by the following: Pilgrims Mosaic Templars of America F. A. & M. Knights and Daughters of Tabor East- ern Star Bethesda BaptlBt Church F. A. ft M. Masons. Pall bearers: P. F. Dennis Jas. Pippin S. Johnson Neal C. Barlow John William A. Triplett. Several made remarks. Rev. Jno. Hud- son S. M. McClaln Harrison William Mrs. Dr. Coleman Mrs. Lucas Rev. O. A. Peppenor Rev. J. O. Campbell at- tending. Mr. Phil Callaway an old citizen of Marshall died at Mrs. M. A. Rice's ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 23 September 1922

THE OATJJIS KXPKKS3 DAM-AS TEXAS SATOtPAY MflPTKMBRIt 23. lftM.. Tj x4t aspw i eh; ii vi i as :xrm:ss . i Hi -'TP V V rT Ttf HIE BAPTISTS. ncN..:: .negro press ASSOCIATION. The deaths within the past three weeks of the two leadcis of the opposing forces of Baptists must have caused many observers of that church in America to wonder whether or not they now cannot find a common ground upon which they can again unite and thrive again as a united church. i Miss Nannie T. Burroughs. hirh in-the councils of one divis ion is the first to publicly voice such a sentiment as indicative of the existence of such a desire at least among some of the laymen who compose its splendid membership. The general public realizes that the history of these forces divided though they have been is splendid and replete with marks of difinite achievement. Neither of them can on this score be justly censured. But the very splendor of these achieve- ho"8ye'r iriMwinvllt menta must.serve as the basis for at laast ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 23 September 1922

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 28 1022. TEXAS TOWNS l'li'bnrn(v One of the most delight- ful affairs of the season was the par- ty given by the Misses Phillips at their home in honor of their brother. Hiawatha Phillips who left to resume his studies in Bishop College. The afternoon ' was spent with a clever and very unusual programme the guest being unexpectedly called upon to participate by Miss Erma Thomas who presided at the piano. This pro- ved a most novel way of passing the time and was thoroughly enjoyed by all. Fruit punch was served through- out the evening and before their de- parture the gusets were served with an ice course. The invited guest were: :lises Annie Webster Ruth Jones M-linda Bouldin Theldabol Funchc Mattie Oliver Otholla Odoms Am- mie Laws. Blanche U Davis. Paulino. V ' " " Davis. Lizzie Fuler E. Hortense' at ck. Rev. P. F. Jack- Burnett Bettie M. Lightfoot Ollie came to Friday from Cameron Davis Thelma Mae Gee. Lois Lewis ' Tex8 a"d Calv...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 23 September 1922

I .'. MX TUB liAIXAS EXPRESS DALIES TEXAS 8TOROir SEPTEMBER 28 122. v 1 ; ; VSmSSmSmm ll'dDO feteg bl;i)FQ88 ' . -9 ! i - - ' ifii ai I f .1 ftk W 11 i : II h ' I ri I " i- i J ) I i Last Saturday an announcement for High School pupils appeared in the Dallas Express. It was to be found in NO other paper in Dallas as a result of it on Monday morning 400 pupils gath- ered at the place designated and 348 of them said that they got their information from THE DALLAS EXPRESS. There are only about 500 Negro High School pupils In Dallas. This is only another proof of the fact that THK DALLAS EXPRESS covers Dallas even as it does the State of Texas like the mellow beams of the autumn Sun. Get the habit of reading it weekly. v. ; IT'S "YOUR" PAPER. Published every week in the year by The Dallas. "Express Pub. Co "Meritorious Printers and Designers' 2600 Swiss Avenue Telephone Haskel 5761 m i tj .-.a i City Hews. A f i itrci'"T vimtiiiih ro the Dallas I The honor guests ' ' ..imik.. j Buttle L...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 23 September 1922

THE (LTAS EXT'IiE'-S TMIXAS TKXAS SATURDAY SEiV91iUlEIt 1925?. ' ffllTHESPOKT 1922 BASE BALL SEASON RESPONDS 10 CALL OF THE CURTAIN DIXIE SERIES BANISHES FROM ACTION THE GREAT AMERICAN SPORT LOCAL- LYTHE PRIZE RING AND OTHER NOTES. BASE BALL AND OTHER SPORTS Sixth Game Thursday September 14. MEMPHIS AB R HO A E D. Glass m 3 0 0 1 0 0 Lowe s 5 3 3 0 1 0 Russell 3b 5 3 3 1 2 0 Cooper lb 4 2 1 10 0 0 Stearns 1 m 5 2 1 7 0 0 Griffin 2b 5 14 14 0 Norman r 4 0 3 2 0 0 Hampton c 4 0 0 2 1 0 doling p 3 0 1 11 0 C. Glass 1....- 1 0 0 2 0 0 Totals ... 39 11 16 27 9 0 DALLAS AB R HO A E L. Jones lb 4 1 1 11 1 1 l'ryor 3b 1 0 0 0 2 1 Sloan in 0 0 1 10 0 Williams 2b 4 0 0 0 1 0 Gee c 2 0 0 6 1 3 H.inipton s 3 0 2 3 1 0 K. I ones r 4 0 2 2 0 0 Harris. I 4 0 0 2 0 0 lolm p 0 0 0 0 0 1 fravis. p 2 1113 0 Goodrich 3b 110 12 0 Miller 1 0 0 0 0 0 Total 29 3 7 27 11 6 Miller baited for Sloan in 8th. Memphis 2U1 140 201 U Dallas 001 000 Oil 3 Two-base hits R. Jones 2 Lowe Russell Griffin. Three-base hit...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 23 September 1922

.V ' i i . I.r. .h KXV-tiKSS DALLAS -"PX" V HA'rCTUAT. SEPTEMBER. 23 10JS3. "yagcjC.W. .v. 15 -T:.vSsS7 TZJPZ: ZsX r "v" I Rome were anlma. who wer t i ' : i .' ' ;-. -'O '. .'-SiikVfC-.--.l'-tO'r"''8f'' ' '.1 I " mesa people to other animal and you have had year of teach- ing of civilization to cause you to know better." Fred Morrla ti e cook who was as- vaulted by abr.ut 16 or 10 men after j '''.. sm: ' sorxi I iliiBSFI7 ii H 4 : 1 ' .... - ' I ECONOMICAL i 1 i-1 LOYAL FRIENDS of AMERICA THAT D3ILLIAI3T YOUSQ ORDER. ' -. JCZ3 TO-BAI- $1.50 JOUIIQ FEE. 11KST PB0TKCTI0X MOST LIBERAL POLICIES. More Deputies Wanttd for Texan andOU.ihonm Address AH Communications To 2413 1-2 ELM STREET DALLAS TEXAS. j. W. HUNT N. 6. M. E J. CRAWFORD N. 6. S . . mM "m I I -i m awl m IS yyy II ?i M M M he had appeared to Policemen Steer for protection. tetifed the Policeman had "turned him o"er to the mijb" Po- liceman Steer asset ted the crowd took Morrla away from him a he sought to draw his revolver b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 30 September 1922

X . f I I .1 Vtll ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE A CHAMPION OF JUSTICF A MESSENGER OF KOFE Pounded by W. B. King 'The Republican Party Is The Ship All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. VOL. XXIX NO. 49. THE DALLAS KXPRE8S DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER' 80 10S2. PRICE FIVE CENTO. 2 E3 r3 T3 3 A. M Of 1 mm 0) u) 0 RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED AT MEETING; PUT MINISTERS ON RECORD AS FAY- ORING UNIFICATION. NASHVILLE VENTION HOLDS MEMORIAL. Now York N T. Sept. 28. Local - - ' i Negro liaptist ministers It wa slearn- ed ere trying to bring together two 1 factions of Negro Baptists in this J i i i i a. i country having been prompted byivct.tlon which has been in session : the death of the Rev. R. H. Boyd of. hire. In addition to the local delega-j .Nashville Tenn. and that of the Rev. tlon the delegates from other sec- R. -..5du(....MHpMH MH MH FWFtlons of the country attending the . K. C. Morris of Hnlena. Ark. the two nmlnnnl convention Amhisil at T?v. 1 mosi prominent menioers ot me a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 30 September 1922

THE DALLAS K'A'rm IMFXAS TEXAS SATCRDAY SKTTEMBER SO 1022. f fr- v? - - - - - .yTTT!: -"- - . .- li : v; ' i " . . k:::?''L :j r- f u n .Kh . j 0 t U ) K.iH h ft f:1 ft ft & "SfiS fefe & f-j B ft grift q$ f nf iS ' ' 'I H i.n'"' Ht U :U ....in : .t't ' . . .la!.. : -: ..i. J'd....;--...:-.iiH)i;.:;''.l...ii.;!i'';!1i;ii.l''l:H.:..l.iM'i.U;i l...i:.::d.iiu:wit-;:l:l.. u-Ki'.;:n:ili.t!!i1h;':-r.ftf-.H!'UiiaJtj FOR SALE! ' g::e cr the eest gf its kiko m texas A C330 CHANCE F08 THE E?5HT MAN. GAINES . PKS;E U 3803 r ?3 15 820 CENTRAL DALLAS TEXAS Personal Mention Mr. and Mrs. Enrm't Amos also j gue fever in the city that it would Mrs. I.. Mttthls made flying trip w ... 1 .VU11J In enroll tlie namea. One-half of the Mrs. Itpulab Gray who hn boon pnllns all (.tiiiimer fn A visit to her I)allas Express force is down with i.uKhand will return to I.on(Vlew. will ri'slde during other half i being th . it -and the threatened. i The Mothers Home and Ind. Club w hero !e vi liter. Mrs. Wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 30 September 1922

PAfJK TUT"' lf..AAAAAA.AAAAAAAA -A- A. A A A A A A A. A A A A A A A A A A A A A A. A TEXAS TOWNS J"' i ; MM THE DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER BO 1022. 4.... . M . . no oo Calvert Mr. Files Love of Ham- mond Texas is in the city at the residence of his daughter Mrs. P. L. Payne; at this writing he is much Improved. Mrs. Dr. R. E. L. Holland is in the city the guest of Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Doggett old friends from N C. Miss Martha Riley the sister of Mr. Josh Riley died Thursday even- ing after a long spell Woodiey Undertaking Co. handled the body. Mr. Wade of Dallas passed through the city enroute to Biunchville where he was called to be present at the burial of big relative who died Satur- day at 3 p.m. The body was handled by Woodey Undertakers of this city. Mrs. D. Coleman is quite sick at her home in East Calvert; two of her daughters of Houston Ethel and Otom are here at her bedside. Dr. Lucas of Waco motored through Calvert Wednesday enroute to visit his mother ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 30 September 1922

THE DALLAS KXI'ltKSS DALLASKXAS SATIKPAV ftKlTl-3IPFJ30n)ag1 THE RACIAL PROBLEM AS DISCLOSED BY A RIOT. m r x a a 1 0 N A .";3iO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published everv Saturday morning In Hj year at 2000 Swiss Avenue by VHK OAM.A1 RIIII2SH riilll.lMflNtJ compact. (Incorporated) Dal la. Texas. FORE1G ADVEUTIS1SO REPRE3- (KffTATIVJBi ' tr. B. 7lff Company. 08 death Dear- Ktffl ( hlVDKO III. W. is. .Iff Company 404 JHortea AnlldliiK 11 Kant Nassav ' Street nrvr lurk J. 1. Entered at Post Office at Dallas rexas as second-class matter under act of Congress March 187 IMPORTANT. No subscriptions mulled or pe rtoa less than three Tnunlha. Payment lar same must te 76 cents. ROT1CB TO TI1K PLIll.lC. Any erroneous reflection udoo the caaiacter atnntllng or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may appear In the coluntna of The fanes uxoress will be icladlv cor ret ted upon tta being brought to the attention or tne publishers. THE DALLAS FATKKSS SI1!S( ItirTNXXS IN AHYANTK. One Year 12...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 30 September 1922

THE DALLAS KXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 80 1022. TEXAS TOWNS Greenville The Friendship Bap- tist church Rev. J. F. Forater pas- tor Sunday School on time with good attendance. Supt. Davis is the right man in the right place. Our pastor preached two soul stlr- ing sermons morning ami night. Our hearts were made to burn while he talk wis us by the way. The W. H. M. meets at 6:30 p. m. Pres- ident M. Hann presiding good at- tendance. At 8 o'clock p. m. Mr. Willie Patterson and Miss Alberta Whaley were united In holy wed- lock by Rev. J. F. Foster. Mrs. E. B. Taylor has returned from Los Angeles California where she spent the summer. The public schools of the city were opened Monday with bright prospects of a splendid year's work. The attendance for the first week will be small owing to the number of children who are yet picking coatton. H. D. Culberson Athletic coach for. the schools be can working with the foot ball i team Monday and says that he ex-! . v-.- i. nhomninmhln ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 30 September 1922

J i 1 ; ' ) t ( 5 5 S -1 . t f W1 'ill ; v n o Nil 'AAA V V V 4 i v iH I- '" Sit ! ;i;f 1 if ; ' i . 4 q v J. I u h'i :' t . t V .' i .V - ' ' -. JtV'."5' ' ' 1 THR PAMAS KXPKKSS DA I lAS TEXAS" SATOtDAY RKITEMBEH 30 1922. U Last Saturday an announcement for High School pupils appeared in the Dallas Express. It was to be found in NO other paper in Dallas as a result of it on Monday morning 400 pupils gath- ered at the place designated and 348 of them said that they got their information from THE DALLAS EXPRESS. There are only about 500 Negro High School pupils in Dallas. . This is only another proof of the fact that THE DALLAS EXPRESS covers Dallas even as it does the State of Texas like the mellow beams of the autumn Sun. Get the habit of reading it weekly. IT'S "YOUR" PAPER. Published every week in the year by The Pallas Express Pub. Co "Meritorious Printers and Designers" 2600 Swiss Avenue Telephone Haskel 5761 " " "( .-mis' j - '!v::rw:c o-.;-;. 11 lip! ill' mm 111 i I y if 3 m ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 30 September 1922

niW JPALLAS KXPT'KSS PAUjAK. TKXA8 SATVUDAV SKPTKMKKK Bo 1022.. mam ' i1 iwiWiT.Tirt u imtf- d ii m IIKHOIC liriOIUiK IS I'VT TO SI.KHP WIIKN SIKI LANDS ON CHIN. rarln. Sept. 28. GeorKca the Mag- nificent. Georges of the Eighteenth Century Movie Flowing Locks Geor- ges Carpentler none other la whip- ped. Slkl the Senogalone knocked Geor- ges for a row of cognao bottles In the sixth round of the so-called Eu- ropean championship encounter here Sunday night. Whether Georges was butted tripped or hammered Into un- conaclounnnn may always be a ma ti- ter of argument in fighting circles in Frame but whatever happened Carpentier lay stretched upon the canvas longer than any champion ought to linger and then after be- ing carried to his corner was unable to respond after being given a three- minute rest. It was a grand fight if you like the sort of fight this was. In Amer- ica It would prolbably be termed a burlesque. Two Derisions. Two separate and distinct decisions were given. The rofer...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 30 September 1922

(7 -. J" V 7 . v 1 V.lM!;n.' TUB DALLAS EXPKKSS DALLAS TEXAS. 8ATIKDAY SEI-'J.WUBfcH 8ft 1092. I j 1 1 i I The Wonderful Hair Dresser and Grower. LOYAL FRIENDS of AMERICA THAT BRILLIANT YOUNG ORDER. .013 TO -DAT $1.50 JQIMQFEE. ni:ST PROTECTION MOST M UK HAL rOLICIES. More IH jnitlcs Wanted for Texas and Okliihoinn Addtt-8 All Comimiiilfalluiis To 2413 1-2 ELM STREET DALLAS TEXAS. J. VV. HUNT N. G. Mv E. J. CRAWFORD G. S. -'-nzszzA Republicans Get Gold Brick. (Continued from pagff 1) thin by " KxanipU-a of what has actually been done 1h thn kind of 4 treatment our Ngrro Kurul Inspector - of Hchools has rt-celved as to salary In comparison with white rural In- anAotars luttinir down tho Negro In- dustrial OommlHslon with an Inade- quate appropriation and the bun- conib appropriation for Lincoln Uni- versity carried in the niodjfett Senate Itill which has di-nled the school half a million dollars the people thought would be forthcoming. The plank thiit year too had t- be demanded; tha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 7 October 1922

IV . !i.ii'i.: ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE' IN SERVICE A CHAT.TION 07 iJldlCT A R5ESSENGER OF UGH- .-....-'.-.M.il. ill IWOl.' 1 rounded br W. JD. King. "The Republican Party Is The SMfi All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. VOL. XXIX NO. 60 " ' . TICE DALLAS EXTKES8 DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 7 1932. PRICE FIVID CKUtt n ir jl 7? t3 n CTTl n J U ll yd 1 1 -3 U3 - Lru u o La V 3 ONE SLAIN; SCORES ATTACKED iN RA- CIAL DISORDERS. Montgomery Ala. Oct. 6. One Ne- gro was killed ft score attacked on street and one white man was shot iu disorder here Monday night and early today following the arrest of Joe Terrell Negro charged with the murder of George Wilson a game warden who'wo'i shot Saturday night while searching for a Negro who was alleged to have killed Albert Sansom city policeman - Judge Leon McCord. presiding judge of the circuit Court ordered the grand jury called into special session here to Investigate the killing of Wilson. Terrell according to the police has confessed -t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 7 October 1922

t -J W. S. WILLIS G. C. During tlx- rocent session of the Grand Iodge Colored Knights cf Ivythia3 of the Grand Jurisdiction of the State of Texas which con- vened at San Antonio last June the representatives to said Grand Lodge voted unanimously i to con- tinue the Pythian Dr.ves which had been inBtituted by the Grand Chan)- cellor W. S. Willis at different points In the State of Texas diirjng the last Grand Lodge year. Now since the Jurisdiction has spoken in terms of approbation of eatd Pythian Drives the Grand Chancellor W. S. WllliB by and with the consent and approval of subordinate lodges at Dallas Fort Worth and Houston will on Oct. 10 1922 put forward the first sec- tion of the great Fail Drive for membership. Ths success of the Drives of 1921 together with the fact that the Grand Lodge of the Colored Knights of Pythias of the Grand Jurisdic- tion of the State of Texas has paid all of its claims promptly and In view of the fact that the showing of said Grand Lodge financiall...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 7 October 1922

PACE TlSTin. ' Jit j !!! EXHS TOIyZNS THE DALIjAS KXPRKS9 DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 7 1)22. ' u MM -. ; M '. y'i' "T MM I I -- .. I . ... I MM M. urn Hint Athens. Service well attended considering the dengue still raging among the various members. Rev. C. H. Pugh of the A. M. E. tilled his pulpit all Sunday and 1 ad- dition to the church. Rev. C. Davis of the Church of God was with his people Sunday after being away two weeks engaged in revivals. Mrs. Ef- fie Ware of the A. M. E.. reported $16.15 with the Vanguard book. Mrs. Viola Bynum of Aliens Chapel reported 117.76 Sept. 24th. Mrs. Laura H. Miller pianist at the A. M. E. church was unable to render service Sunday being a victim of the dengue for several days. Miss Wilburn filled her vacancy. Miss Ottolee Morgan leaves to enter Paul Quinn College. Mr. Sank Crlnr ner and A. L. Simons spent Sunday with home folk. Mr. W. M. Williams came home sick from Jacksonville. Mrs. Minnie Hamilton returned af- ter spending a few days In En...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 7 October 1922

t'Ottl THE DA1.1 TArlESS DM.S TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 7 J822. mllas ornss NATlOtsiAU NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Piblls'ii'd every Snturday morning In -ui tear at 2ii00 Swiss Avenue by Tnu DAI I. AS BXPRESS PniLlSUISO company.' (Incorv?. ated) Pallas Ttas. FOHEIG ADVEIITISINO KEPRB. SKNTATIVISl T. D. 7lff Company AOS South Dear- mrrcf iiii-HKo. 111. W. It. 7Ht (ompair 404 Mortoa Pnll.llnu li F.n.t jSumi Street Jei lork W. T. Kntered at Post Office at Dallas. Texas as second-clans matter under aci ui congress Aiarcn. luvt IMPORTANT. no suoscriptlons mailed for a pe- riod less than threeTnonths. Payment er name must De it cents. KOTICIiJ TO TUB IUHLIO. Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of ainy person -rirra or corporation which ciay appear In the columns of The lianas express will be gladly cor rected upon Its being brought to the 01 me puDiisnera. TIIE DALLAS EXTBESSJ srnscBinioss in advance. One Year $2.25 Six Months J.25 Three Months .75 BIngle Copy .05...

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