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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...

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. — 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. 7,lff 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...

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. — 7 October 1922

THE DALLAS EXTOESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, 8ATTRDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1922. TEXAS TOWNS Marahull ThA criminal Hnnk.t In rtlutHnt ... ,. j ., - ,, also visited In other states. Mrs. Fan district couit closed down for thla ny w,lam8 aml daughter have re- t!rm with several conviction. The Civil docket passed. In the free ag riculture exhibitions of Harrison county under the manaKement of Prof. Benton for the Colored people covering1 Harrison county waa more than a success, the exhibits were fine and very fine speaks well for the Colored people as well as white It was a mixed affair. Many of the first pre miums were taken by the Colored peo ple. Miits Grace D. Gllmore. one of Marshall's most accomplished vounar woman finished music In Chicasro Uni versity of music was granted a di ploma of music Misses Delia. Lulu and Master Lee Joseph, motored to Shreveport. Saturday to attend the Circus. Miss D. M. Joseph left Tues day for Tyler, where she will ret aume her duties as one of the teach ers in East Te...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 7 October 1922

I 'J THK DALLAS HXPRKSS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBKR 7, 1022. Personal Mention BATED. . i'- Hi. -a ih!ila M. Steihmis-Wllburn , f 3S(il Yv'alt avenue, received a per--nanont primary certiflcte from the late few days ago, of which she I v-ry much elated. Mi9 Kva I'i. Vorni?. a former em iyee of the lSeaiunont Industrial h:r. Is with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Weems for an Indefinite stay. Mma Eva H. Voung and Mrs. Geo. Wnn were pleasant visitor at the lxita KKpieHS office Monday. tur. C. Dyke Hiker of Pittsburgh, I in the city vidititig mother, rela tives and friends, white here He was In'roiluci'd by assistant Pastor, Rev. !. tLewftit of Salem Baptist church and sang two selections from the and the n im of S10.08 waa con tributed to him. The members were Blatl to have him come again. aaisa L. E. Matthews, formerly of Terrell, Texas, has Just completed her rorH in nurse training; at HuWiard fefilal, Meharrjr Medical College, of Kitutiville. Tenn., and has accepted a position, at the M...

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

XHJii 1MLLAS K.l'iU'.hS, IMLLA.S, TfcAAS, KAlOtDAY, OOTOlifctt 1, ItfiiZ, m vf f TTf ft f f TTTTf t' Ki t THE (. IMC world! ' . - jj 2? BAN ON MIXED BOUTS IN NEW YORK STATE SEEMS ABOUT LIFTED. s (Treston News Service). New York City, Oct. 6. Tho fnr.t that Danny Edwards, the Colored bantamweight from tho Pactfln coast, has beon matched to fleht Irish Johnny Curton. at the Plonnnr Athletic Club soon has created an Interesting stir In boxing cinle. here. Many students of the gam believe that this bout will mark the litting of the unofficial ban against mixed bouts in New York state, and to this fact they are in clined to attach far-reaching- sisr nlficancn. For vhira there has been no on position to mixed matches n New expressed, in so many words, the actions of the entire boxing com mission, have led close followers of the sport, to believe that no mlxH bout would be sanctioned. Indeed, it appeared that all promoters fear ed the faivreachlng power of this Body of such an extent that ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 7 October 1922

THR PAMPAS FAI'KKSS. Pll.LAS, MTtraPAY. OCTOttER 1, 1022. ... .. .... c i n uuu Wlnat Is Your Ability f o Pay? With Every REGULAR Claim PAID, Resources Amounting to More Than vs.-? ': :lhin .MffF 1 1 i !i V . I N(-M nil it n IT' fTt fji;1 IT fill lllai isiyisL Ml (i36o.ooo.oo) DOLLARS AiuMhis IIAGIflFICEUT STRUCTURE Free of Any INCUMBRANCE. ir v: It it f.. r Attest the Ability of The GRAND LODGE K. of P. to Pay Every Character of Obligation Against It. JOIN The K. of P's. To-Day and Cast Your Lot With The Most PROGRESSIVE ORDER in the State THE PTTHIAlf TEMPLE TjimTii""""-1-1"8 1 I 21.' I H OO M ai TWQ.BOtkLARS Special Dispensation, October 10 to November 10. DALLAS FORT WORTH HOUSTON OO k, rts 3 : SAFE I SOPiD j ECONOMICAL I I l : ! " IIS Nvx 1 : illy J Pi ill 3,13. LOYAL FPJHJDS of AMERICA, THAT BRILLIAriT YCUKG QRDIS5. iZH TO EAY $1.50 JCISS FEE. '' " BEST protection, MOST LIBEBAL rOLIOES. More Ix-putles Wanted for Toxas and Oklahoma Address AU Communications To 2413 1-2 ELM STRE...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 14 October 1922

J; ' U. ,. IvV-V :' H - i n ALWAYS phogressm: DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE A CHAMPION OF JUSTICF A MESSENGER OF HOPE rounded by W. H). King. "The Republican Party Is The Ship, All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. VOL. XXIX, NO. 81. THE DALLAS EXTKK8S,: DALLAS, TEXAS, SATVRDAY, OCTOI3EH 14, 1923. PKICH FIVE CENTS J3 M n rn ' - L " in m1 LJ ' Li V ' IS Era mm? ?nnrno WILL ADDRESS SCOTTISH CHURCHES EHSSIONARY CONGRESS, VISITING LONDON AND OTHER EUROPEAN POINTS. (By A. N. P.) NEW YORK, N. Y.. Oct. 12 Dr Robert R Moton. Principal of Tus kegee Institute and president of the National Negro Business Hen's League, sailed on the "French liner Paris, last Wednesday to address the Scottish Churches' Missionary Congress which will he held In Edinburgh the latter part of this month to discuss mis sionary and educational activities In Africa. While In Great Brltlan. Dr. Moton will also speak before the Christian Endavor Convention which will be held In Glasgow, and before the Brit ish Institute of Intern...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 14 October 1922

... l TJIK DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1923. TWO nnnn i I iiiiiil Uiilvl W. 8. WILMS, O. C. The blir Tythian Drive, for the pur ptMO of keeping the KniKlits of Py thian in the foremost rank an a se cret musnlzatlon, was launched Tues day, Ot'tohor 10, In the cities of Dal las. Kort Worth and Houston, and, Irmn the lare nnnrflrt-r of men whj applied for iiimlpi ship the first day, the Indira' ions me that an army of men In Ih'iFj three cllli-s will Join, and the speelal Imluccini'.iit of giving each number i I I'M who brings an ap plication is eahuilatd to cause qu'.to a iHimher of loyal I'ythiups. to puil off their coats and w.rl huid for the great drive whl--h eni cn Novomler loth in those three citi.-i In Dallas, Doctor H. T. Hamilton, the Grand Medical Director, has offer ed a prise of Twenty Dollars in (fold to the. person who brings In tho lar tt number of applicants over twenty five and all the brave boys who are working in the ranks at Dallas are putt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 14 October 1922

TV-"' .4-,' v 'YtX... , THE DA LiaS EXPRKRS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1922. PACK T" ,"''- tit T mm ...... M ... .. MK TEXHS TOMNS ) Bartlesvllle, Okla.. .Mlsa ..Emma Jones, D. O. M N, O. District Grand Household of Ruth No. 23, Oklahoma Jurisdiction of Oklahoma City, were called to this city by the request of a sick member. Mrs. Lula Hall, who is very ill. Mrs Hall talked very freely to the reporter. Miss Helen Bassatt of Chetopa, Kans,, is visiting her sister, Mrs Edmond Morrliion. Mrs. John Allen of Muskogee, ia visiting the sick In our town. Mr. Joe Coleman, made the first showing Id the new addition by removing his residence from Rogers to Virginia avenue. The stolent goodss of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hanks were found hanging on their front gate. If you have not registered, you have from Oct. 18 to 28 to do so. Do not fall to register and do not fall ' to vote. The Georgia minstrels gave this city a fatnlng laugh on Oct. 6th, with Mr. Jack Johnson as stage manager. Mr. Chick ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 14 October 1922

TKB DALLAS EXTRKSS More About Harvard and The Jews, X, lii .-- NATIONAL NE.GRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday morning In the year at 2U0O fc'wlss Avenue by THE DALLAM RXPKESS PCBLISIIINQ CUMfASY. (Incorporated) Dallas. Texan. FOItEIQ ADVEnTISIMG REmB SKNTATIVHi yr. It. 7 lit Company, 008 South Dear bo Strret (ihlrnuil, III. VV. II. '.iff Cviupunr, M Mrto r.Tli.Iinlx 118 f'.nst kuui Street, Dew York, S, Y. Entered at Pout Office at Dallas, Texas, as eecond-c!as mutter, under Act of Congress, Marcb, 1871 IMPOItTANT. No subscription mailed for pe riod lexa than three'Ttiont ha. Payment fer aame must be 76 cents. NOTICE TO TIIH PUBLIC. Any erronooua reflection upon tbe character, standing or reputation of ny perxon, firm or corporation which may appear In the columns of The Italia Express will be gladly cor rected upon Its bring brought to the attention of the publishers. THE DALLAS EATRESS, SUBSCRIPTIONS IJf ADYAXCE. One Year J2.25 filx Months 123 Three Months...,. - .75 S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 14 October 1922

THE DALLAS EXTOKSS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1822. 9 TEXAS TOWNS i Sherman. The dengue fever has Dlack. Mm. Marzle Housdon and been raging here for over one month, daughter have returned home from The reporter wag hit by It ibut thru several weeks' absence from the city, the medical skill of Dr. A. N. Prince . Is up. Mrs. Itufus Murphy and little 'Athens. Sorvices at the A. M. B. children Alma Oilcan and Gladys church was well attended considering Krlce left for Fort Wayne, lnd., wherefh ,,.., f- tm .im0st they go to live with her mother, Mrs.lthe aenu ver still raging almost H. Lyons. Rov. J. W. Williams of Pro- every home too numerous to mention, gresnlve Baptist church has returned Rev. C. H. lugh took for his text from eeveral weeks1 vacation to his ..Peac, t ,ave you .. 0ne ad. old home at Troupe, also health at ' , " AI Marlln feeling much benefited. His dttlon. Miss Beulah Bmlth of the A. wife remained for present at Troupe. M. E. church reported 22 30 Sunday Miss...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 14 October 1922

IHARLES SATCOELL IIORMS, JR., Cm of the Yorld's Greatest Orators, A Relative to the Late Frederick Doughs. Will Deliver Vis 'The Blocks On an 41 thadult Bjptist Church, Di. E. Arlin(ln Wilson, Piitor. IIonday'Night, October 16. ADMISSION - 25c THE FIRST BITER - iM.!PERAKCE, PUBLIC LIORALSAND LA17 EivFORCElENT CONFERENCE III3LD I IV WUSTIVILIE. By REV. R. S. JENKINS. Official Reporter and Correspon ,' dent of the Dallas Express. , In reporting this great meeting. We skall only be able to rive excerpts from our note book. , J. caving- Dallas. Texas, Sept 19, Ultimo for Memphis, our first sched uled stop, wh-re we filled the pul lil of Avery Chapol A. M. K. church, itit. before rcaililng Memphis, while sieuring Hold Knub, Ark., the rods on both sides of the driving wheels were lUoKtn, hence a delay of five limns and a half, we reached Mem i'tiia Ion late for the morning: service, but preached at the evening service, Jtt-v. W. A. Smith, the paHtor is s'ic aciHtliiir grandly but would li...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 14 October 1922

THE DALLAS KXTOKSft. DAMJV3, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1023. IP: "1 , "I WW Hi THE Sl . A A - - - - AAAA-AAAAA SPORTING WORLD! j . ft ,, flft jmk NATIONAL MfGKO BASE BALL LEAGUE. Funs Criticise JlanaKcment. KIBE FOSTER INTERVIEWED, By Clias. A. Storks (For The Associated Negro Press.) There are at least ten cities In the country that may boast of. being thriving baseball centers for the clever pastime as played by Negroes. Chicago, New York City, Detroit, Indianapolis, Cleveland Pittsburgh, St. Louis and Kansas City, are in cluded as members and associates. Kansas City, however, ranks foremost as beneficiary of Negro National League Baseball. This town was saved from a dangerous lethargy in the matter of some engaging amusement or sport in 1920 by the introduction of the League. At once it was apparent to the observant that here was an Institution, not only to provide amusement of the progressive sort, but was to provlle a great field for the expression of athleticism by Negro at...

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. — 14 October 1922

THE DALLAS EX.PI.GSfl. DALLAS, TL'iA 8, SATTRDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1022. . - r- nvwwvww .- v . , f-. ... . 5 i rl ' ,4 ' 1 (0 . f, t CI . (.' p f V o ( J. r; a jp l i V ..). ) 4, . 4 Tn,fTTATiNV. vi v h. vr jvi V Jl J J L Van a I v! U ) I ))! a aa i ii S3 ' . 4 -( af i n'" 4 x s 4 "sr'sT ." Is r a. alar? 4 . F 4 tew In the School of Experience we have learned that combination is the key to success. Combination of our strength in man-power and the proper conserva tion of our funds are the things necessary and requisite for a membership of Fifty Thousand and the accumulation of One-Half Million Dollars. Help us accomplish this wonderful achievement for the race by inducing race men to join the Knights of Pythias. r ion'1 :::::: SPEGiflL DISPESAIOn 68T. 10 TO HOU. 10 r Q? ' -Hi; Tj.j;.j - - L L-i----..v-.'. wf.ci .... I, It1' a I. - n! a r u. r THE PITHIAIT TEMPLE IT COSTS ONLY TWO DO TO JDM. ASK ANY PYTHIAN ill MM 5 "3 (5 VV' iiiiiiiiiiiiiimrtFiff llllllll K M ML WLM tLtkMLM l-LMJLMJLMJ-. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 21 October 1922

'I '-i ,v ' a. -Xi'.:' A X- 1 ,Jl - .- V-.-' . ,tiv'-v v ?..v .N r G00D7IU LIBRARI.,.E uurwism of t&v.s .USTI3 TJSXAS I r ALWAYS PCOGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE A CHAMPION Or JUSTICF A USSSENGER OF HOPE ; i t tt .- 6 I r Founded by W. B. King. 'The Republican Party Is ThfShip. All Else Is The Sea" Fred Douglas. ' VOL. XXIX, NO. 02. THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1932. PEICB FIVE CENT? J G urn "w 3W. fill iJlil I 3 TREASURERS OFFICE UNDERGOES IN VESTIGATION BY INSURANCE COMMIS SIONER WHO FINDS AN APPARENT DEFICIENCY. KANSAS CITY, Kans.. Oct 19. Ao examination of the affairs of" this so ciety wato recently made by represent atives of this department. At that time, an apparent shortage of some $11,000 existed, which shortage appears to have been b -ought about through the manipulators of the Treasurer. However, the Mr. 'Williams who was then treasurer of the society has given bond In the sum of $20,000 with the Massachusetts Bonding and Surety Company a...

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. — 21 October 1922

'I v; ) THK DALLAS EXTEES3, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATTTSAy, OCTOBER 21, 1022. t,d i Iminu until W, S. WILLIS, Grand Clianeclor. Tho fig Pythian Drive, In the cities of Dallas, 'Kort "Worth, and Houston, la far in excess of the most snulne in point of the acquisition of new members' to the ranks of the Grscd Lodge K. of P. In Pallas, the Drive Diiector re ports that men are coming in by day and by night and that it la his aim and purpose to excell the record made in the drive of 1921, when the Local Jdi;ea acquired 1,345 new member. Word caifTe from Ft. Worth that the r.g Drive in the Panther City this year is, in every respect, far in ad vance of the ahcievements of 1921, at the same time in the course of the campaign and Drive Director Regis ter hopes to lead both ' Dallas and Houston in the campaign for the ac quisition of new members te the K. of P. Army, - Down at Houston it is reported at headuuarters that Drive Director iirawley has in the neighborhood of six hundred new applicants d...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 21 October 1922

. -3 ' . V.; THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, 8ATUITOAY, OCTOBER 21, 1022, fa; -' i . c , H l M. M t I' ll" TOIaZNS 1 1 .It HS 0 o Atlira.. Services were Rood all day Sunday at the A. M. K. church with Rev. H. Pugh aa pastor. Rev. L. Li' Holt of Wacoj Paul Qulnn College with the A. M. E. people and deliver ed two powerful sermons especially Sunday night his text waa the Blood Many soula rejoiced while he expound ded God's word and cried out I know that my redeemer lives. Mrs. Crls tena McDonall of the A. M. E. re ported $23.00 with the Van guard book. Mra. Will Jackson of the Sand Flat Community died after a short illness, leaves six children, one bro ther, Dr. Percy Cobbin of Virginia, to mourn her lost. Burled with heroine honors. Mr Geo. W. Tucker of the Steward Caiton undertaker had charge of the body. Mrs. Rena Belvry and two children returned to their home In 1 oakum, after a weeks visit with her sister, Mra. Janle Johnson. Little Miss Lilllo Pugh of Kansas City is here to m...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 21 October 1922

Tint DALLAS EX1-KKRS, DALLAS, TEXAS, PVTCTtPAV, N7TOBEB 21, 122. S" 'J "! fT3 NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday mornlmr aci, OI revenge against me uwiicia ui nic iwua, uiu wiuo, ta tiie year at woo bwie Aenu by the execution of their designs, cause the death of innocent and eh oallas RXPHEsn FCBLigmsci helpless passengers, should be heir1, to be beyond the pale of hu compajit. ! man mercy. No punishment could be sufficiently severe for the (Incorporated) I . . " , . r, Dallas. Teiaa.- 'criminals Of thlS ClaSS. . , - ' FOKEHO ADVERTISING! RBPHB- SEKTATITEl w. n. 7. iff rtmpur, s st Det fcaa Street, C.'lilt-K. 111. W. B. .Iff UbumT. 44 MH P:mtrtc H Kl HUH! Hureet, k rk. N. T. ' Fntered at Pout Office at DallM. Texas, as econd-clae matter, under Act of Congress, March. 18J IMPORTANT. No subnorlptlona mailed for a pe riod less than three"niuntbs. Payment far same must be 76 cents. NOTICE TO THE) PUBLIC Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing: or re...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 21 October 1922

7 - THK DALLAS EOCPKim DALLAS, TEXAS, 8ATTKDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1922. o ) o ) o o TEXAS TOWNS 9 Whltewrlght Mra, Fr&nnln Shadock en Mra, Townael of Sherman wu in the city Sunday. Bunday School waa well attended at both churches. Rev. W. T. Bartlett filled the pulpit at First Raptlst church, uaator. Rev. J. D. Plckard waa at hia poat at C. M B. church. Mra. M B. Wrenn and oth er are reported better at this writ ina Mrs. Delma Colman of Dr.nlaon la vlalting her mother, Mra R. Conley. Mlsa Klisabeth Talts and Mtas Mo Mum Conley and Mr. Archie Conley spent Saturday and Sunday In Dallas. Mrs. Dellia Dolarl of Sulphur Spring;, Is flatting- her daughter, Mrs. R. Con ley. Boat Mexia. Maater Prince Edward Tatum, as newsboy for the Dallas Ex preaa went out Saturday on his firat trip and sold 35 copies in leas than that many minutes. Mr. V. P. Phil Hps, preaident nf the West Texas Manufacutring Company, spent the week end In Pilot Point with hla wife and aby. Prof. B. C. Tatum, our local elocu...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 21 October 1922

THK PALLAS KXPRfWS. DALLAS. TEXAS, KATCRDAY, OOTOr.SIi 2'., fit.'- --.i.t-y, . Wl . .V7 - Ui".m Hin.UMl in., I uW ,0... I" . t-- ,. teifc.. M'Eftlir.l.-, : ' " I Of .u PRICES 406 K3RTH i off ' i$25to$65 y 3438 DALLAS y 3438 $25 to $65 i i If'. a.; 1 4CT tejr 1 . -he-'' t: , 'i Personal I ..... Mrs. Adell Bowers of Teayue, Texas, j was In the city last week visiting! Mrs. Kstle Wesley, 3402 Thomas ave neu. Joel B. Washington of Terrell, was In the city last Saturday and Sunday, visiting his grand father, J. E. Long, 6130 Victor street. Hon. Chas. S. Morris, Jr. famous young; orator left this week for Hous ton, where he will fill an engage ment. Dr. D. Over of Denver, Colo., who occupied the pulpit for Dr E. Arling ton W ilson at Macedonia, Sunday nlwht returned to his home this week. Messrs. Autrey and C. S. Urumley of Jacksoboro, Texas, were visitors last week to their sister, Mrs. White, Himth Carroll. They were also Dleas- ant visitors at the office of the Dal-1 las Kxpress, and e...

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