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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 21 October 1922

... ... ri..- A THE PALLAS EXPRESS, PALLAS. TEXAS, SATTRPAY, OCTOBER 21, 19$t, THE S PORT I BIG WORLDl '' y.' .... U 4.1 HAMPTON FOOTBALL MA TERIAL LOOKS PROMISING , (By A. N. P.) Hampton, Va.. Oct. 19. The Hamp ton football material looks very prom ising and a fighting team la the fu ture outlook The first game of the Reason will be played with Morgan College, Baltimore. Md., at Hampton on October 14. This la the first time that the "Marylanders" have Invaded the Lower Peninsula of Virginia. Keen competition and a hard battle Is ex pected. The Hampton Institute foot ball schedule follows: St Paul at Lawrencevllle . . . .Oct 21 Virginia N. & I. I. at Petersburg .... Oct. 28 Lincoln at Hampton Nov. 4 Shaw at 'Hampton Nov. 11 Howard at Washington, D. C. November 18 Union at Hampton, Thanksgiving j Nov. SO St. Louis, Mo. Oct. 19. The Bt. Louis Stars defeated the Detroit Stars in the first of a five gamo series. Seer. Detroit 000 010 6107 St. Louis 212 101 11? 8 Second Game. Detroit...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 21 October 1922

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 28 October 1922

i ,..-.-5 -, f ... ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE A CHAMPION OF JUSHCF A ItiESSENGER OF HOPE I r.unded by W. 11 XIm. "The Republican Pmrty It The Skip, All Else It The Se:nFred Douglet. . VOL. XXX, NO. 1. . :. THH DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBEH S8, 1922. PBICB JTV11 CENTS Q T 0. P 1 j li Q ? ' ' ' '' '"' ' " ' DELIVERS TWO SPEECHES AT SCOT TISH CHURCHES MISSIONARY CON GRESS. TELLS OF AMERICAN CONDI TIONS AND STATES HOPES OF RACE. (By Special Dispatch) GIJkSGOW, Scotland, Oct. 26 la what were probably hl most master ful addresses since becoming a figure of international renown, Dr. Robert Russa Moton, head of Tuskegee In tltute on last Tuesday reviewed the progress of the Negro In America during; the past years and aet forth their hopes for the future In two ap pearances before, the Scottish church- r ea Missionary Congress assembled bare. He waa the principal speaker at fcoth the morning: and afternoon awa. aiona and a large and typically dig-' Blfied - ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 28 October 1922

THE rI T.jf EXPP.ESS, . DALLAS, TEXAS, SATORAY, CM)REtt 28, IMA I'pi- -.vpif jiTjrm.-w f"" Y-jtig. wnw mwwwuwx.U jw I im i w jbww maim s i ijli ss i su -a-ss-a-a ' r. w jsaaara-aa't bm jwmwmbwwwwwwbmwwmwm sea-ar sanaaaea)wsai asas--- HAMMERLESS AUTOMATIC SELF- 'AC EJECTtSG REVOLVER "U. S. lYEHJGHJKSr i nu Vith This Issss cf tha Dallas Express, Ye Vish to Announce The Advent of cat, it 08 31 PBi" -111.75 $ THE PROGRESSIVE Mutual Fire Insurance Company of Texas, A ' 1 ;7 Operating under the Sup eir?f ion o! Department of Insurance and Banking of the State of Texas, Xli. K. J. CHAV'VOTU), The president of this com pany is a successful business ninn of the highest type. Has made the Crawford Undertak ing Company second to none in the slate. He la a race man and Is financially connected with several business enter prises of our city. He 1b a fraternal roan of the highest order. PKOF. II. D. YVTLNX, Frof..H. D. Winn, the treas urer of this company Is at the head of the Masonic fraternity ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 28 October 1922

THTB DALLAS EaTRESS, PALLAS, TEXAS, rMTURDAY, OCTOFiKB 2, 1022. in ? ' IM ...I.. "on ( ... IMM . M , M n.O I"( ...... 4. 4. TOMNS t: TTTtt WttTyTtTtt - TEXMS ...... .!. 1 ...... Q Caraeroa. Splendid services were held all churches Sunday. Rev. Sher ron of Dallas, pastored Lights Chapel Sunday. Rev. P. R. Humber ha re turned from convention, bringing a splendid report that the school, St. John's Institute la In clear of In debtedness. The rally at Cameron Grove, Sunday went over the top. Busy Bee's raised $315.32, Willing Workers raised $236.66 all toll $561.97. Much Interest was manifested In this rally. The earnest workers -e worthy of praise. "dengue" continues to exist. Rev. Prof. B. F. Btewart of Chicago, delivered an able address Sunday to appreciative audience. At S p. m. he' gave special lecture to men, an today Monday three for wom en. It Is always with pleasure at his lectures are heard when in Cameron. Much can be said of Prof. Stewarts ability, few to compete and gione to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 28 October 1922

'-V '.jjM . ' '.V "iV.-'''' 1 ' - '. jr. -CVj ;,--- rfaii-i."-'' W - '' ' 'A' '' ... THE IiAIJ.Afi 1EXPRKSS, PAMPAS, TEXAS, SATTOiOAY, OCTOBER- BS, 1ffl. . ..''.-. those who r.:ovFD imm MfcMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every (Saturday morning In the year at 2600 BwIh Avenue by fHB DALLAS EXPRESS PUBLISHING COMPABfT. (Incorporated) Pallas. Texas. FOREIO ADVERTISING EBPftB-SENTATIVBi W. B. t.Ut Coxtpaay. 8 atfc Dear- bl Mree, Chlcas;, 111. W. R. .Iff oantnar. WaHaa ralldJn no Fat Ksaaa . ttncd Hew rlr. S. Tf. Entered at Pout Office at Dalle Texaa, a second-class matter, uoder Act of Congress, March. lS7i IMPORTANT. No subscription mailed for a pe riod less than threeThontha. Payment far aame must be 76 rnt. NOTICE TO TJTB ' PUBLIC Any eironeou rOeetlon upon the character, stnmllng or reputation of any person. 'firm or corporation which nay appear In the columns of The Dalit Express will be gladly cor rected upon It being; brought to the attention of the publisher. T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 28 October 1922

TUB DALLAS EXPRESS, PAIXA9, TEXAS, RVTCRPAY, 0CT03EB 86 1920. Blaseem. Sunday ws a very . sad day, Mrs. Minnie Wallace who ha been in bad health for 18 months departed this life Saturday morning, Oct 4th and was burled Sunday, Oct 15th. Funeral conducted by Kev. M. L.. Lewis. She was a member of the Knights and Daughters of Tabor. A baby was born to Mr. and Mrs, John Thomas Wednesday night The moth er and baby are doing fine at this writing. Mr. Edgar Urown of lietrolt, and his friend, Mr. Vlts were Blossom visitors Sunday. The wedding bells will ring soon, I think. Mrs. Mary Green who has been visiting her peo- le in Blossom has returned home. Irs. Fhealla Lockett, who visited her sister-in-law, Mrs. Allen Jackson returned to home, Boswell, Ok la., Tuesday, her sister, Mrs. Mixle Conley accompanied her. Win, There will be a Style Show at St. Paul A. M. K. church Oct. 18th 19th, and 20th.. A special baiby con. test will be the program for Thursday night, six of the famous babies of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 28 October 1922

PAOK fiX THK DALLAS EXPKKS3, DALLAS, TEX. , SATritPAT, OCTOBER 28, 1022. ... v i, ... fj, MtFtemtsi fs-, ig i -.,n iiib m r-4zr , ii VC ... ., ...-V1-. ! , .. : : : ' ' ...... i-i : : -r f: i.- in i,;:.:,:;- iiiUiti'j UJm .jLj:uHJv'h 4 LlfEU tei :J lttll"'l ass Pepaonal rju-:-..,...... mi 1. 1 i J M - m Mm. Ruth Mason of Fort Worth la visiting hwr counin, Mrs. H. T. John son. 1S27 Watkins. Mrs. Lizzie MoClondon of Cunejr, Texan, la hero visiting her daughter, Mrs. M. A. Johnson, 8410 Fuqiia street. Prof. H. L, Price founder of the N'pprro town Ouny, Texaa, was in the City Satuiday en route to Waco to be pieent at the corner atone laying of Hcpe iSaptlnt church of that t'ty. Mr. and Mm. W. P. Walllck and lit tle daughter, Ituth visited Waco, Sun day. Dr. 'Frank ,1. Hnwklnst aftur having vialed hla Bister Mrs. C. B. Hendricks, corner Hoil and Cochran streets .re turned to his home tn Chicago Wed nesday evening. Mrs. Knana Handle. 2811 Hallavllle, who underwent an operation In a lo cal...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 28 October 1922

TKK DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 0 1 TEES PORTING W0RLD.1 SIKI TO FIGHT IN LONDON. (By A. N. P.) Paris, France, Oct. t. The fight between Battling Blkl and Joe Beck eta, English heavy-weight, will take place in London on December 7, it waa officially announced last Wednesday by the International Boxing- union, under whose auspice the battle will be held. The articles all. for a twenty round encounter and will be for the official heavweight title of Europe, as neither Becker nor Blki are able to make the light heavyweight limit. The Senegalese, who recently defeated Georges Carpentler, will fight around 185 pounds, which Is ten pounds hea vier than Iho weinrht he fought In the Carpentler struggle. The fight Will be staged at the Olympia. HAMPTON DRAWS FIRST BLOOD FROM MORGAN COLLEGE 6 TOO. (By A. N. P.) HamDton. Va.. Oct 28. Hampton Institute football team won its first fame of the season on Saturday, Oct. 14, by defeating the fast Morgan Col lege team Ibv a s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 28 October 1922

THH D.MXAS EXFRES3. DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1022. "TV J ' t st rj H W l V 7i- i;.r:'is..i ; ; ; : - : MssM&sr ' - " i . i I. ' I tiklin'fr H V m it t 1 o ..; 5.3 ! m a ' f ( m. a a a :',) ; I ( aataatBStai A .Golden Opportunity Is within easy reach of 175,000 men who are without the PROTECTION of the $2.00 Knigh ts of Pythias Join today and enroll your name with the 25,000 men who ; are striving hard to make conditions better for the race Two Dollars ,,'":l ; - Is All It Costa To Join $2.00 ASK ANY PYTHIAN . ;- rji-2 .:.. sM' -i l4 : t II If i; . !.! U I lr J l- T iT ' f f tn1-' THE PITHLUT TEJTPLE ' . ww . .ifatiiiiiialiiialaflii(a.iii a V'ijr -' . . afi(iafifiaaaafaaiiaiaaakakvvawww MXUM)UUU(MMMXKMAAMMMM MaAaAMWRWMJllWMJlWMAMMMMaAMMWAWWAMMaAajl a am speaks in SCQTLOOnEGHO HOPES AO PHCSHESS. (Continued from pag-a t) rises not because of ny Inherent ntagonlsm between different races, but because of gross misunderstanding on both atden of the alma and aspira tions, t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 4 November 1922

.0 '.v v...' I ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCnVE IN SERVICE A QIAKPION C? JUSTICE A MESSENGER OF HOPE V, -lit, ( 0 Ivtr km? rud4 fcy W. 9. Klmi. "Tht Republican Pmiy Is Tkt Ship, All Elst h Tkt Sa.mFrd Dcmgles. VOL. XXX. NO. SL ; THJB DAIXA9 EXPRESS, DAIJiAS, TEXAS, WTURDAY, NOVBaiBER 4, 122. , . PMC3 FIVB CSffTt WO M M! WU u H I em SS Bl o o 0 SIX PAY SUPREME PENALTY IN LOUIS IANA IN one day; love of woman SAYS "SWEET WORDS LED FilE ASTRAY." NEW ORLEANS, La., Nor. i. With a final admonition to Oiom who stood about, not to "let the sweet words of a woman lead you astray." William Green followed the woman whoa "tweet words"' had led him to the hangman's noose and danced hla dance of death upon the air of the Oreen county Jail. - ... , Six Haaajtaca la Day. Green's hanging, which occurred last Friday, marked the climax to the blg-g-est day of reckoning; eTer had In Mississippi and Louisiana. For be tween the rising and the setting- of the sun, six persona, one of them a woman, had been le...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 4 November 1922

V:' ... .? . 'V " f :a . i T ,9 TUB DALLAS EXPRI-SS, DALLAS, TEXAS, 8ATUHDAY, XOVKMBER 4, 1022. " V. o ........ j., 4.j.$.h. T T X X .f, . ? ' ' L ;. vv -5- j Hi of Soda Water w. IlL which operates a modern bottling works, bluing and candy manufactoring company whose products are being sold in ten Texas towns. .'-'.''-. . It Plans a $60,000 Plant in Dallas. Plans arc now boing completed for the installation of a plant modem in every detail in the city of Dallaa at a cost of ?,-0,0o0.00. ' . Slock Selling Will Cein at Once. Watch this Space for the Story of How this Idea. Has Taken Hold cf Texas. i For information address: Iffl IBB .IKIII CiPIl .IfflM. ; A U n it V. P. FHILLIPS, President V. B. JOHNSON, ....... . ... v.. - . f T . tVTTVt . 'TT tVtTTT . TTTT7TT I TVTT V V r " , . , . . TEXAS TOWhS. ; - e --'.1! 3. u-. "-.--?.?' ;A,M:.8 VILLI). Services were, well attended at St. James C. M. E. church Sunday. The pastor, Rev. J. E. IUiInes is bringinR things to pass. His sermons are gr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 4 November 1922

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, PALLAS, TEXAS. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, PU T T" 'I ( ' vt v 4"- i i 4 t. i l4n ! i s TOIMMS Tartar. Service! good all day at Mt Arle Baptist church, pastor Jackson wii at hla beat Sunday and Sunday night, collection $30.00. Mri, E. B. Jackson spent the week-end at home from Smlthvllle. Mr. Wm. Bryant and wv. nii Hall, motored to Austin, Sunday. Mr. A. B. Williams, who Is teaching at Holland spent Saturday and Sunday at home with friends. Miss Love of Austin has arrived and 4u,n nn vnrlr hnra In the city school. Services good at Allen Chapel A. M. C church, pastor Anderson, preached hnth services. Collection 145. ou Two accessions. Dollar money is the word now with Rev. Anderson., Rev. Anderson visited home folks in Waco last week. Many are turning; out to hear Mr. Morris to night Rev. J. D. Leonard la In town on a return trip from Dallas. Services were good morning- and evening at Christian church. Most of the sick are up and out from dengue fever. Grapelaad Sunday ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 4 November 1922

TTTE DALLAS KXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATVKDAY, KOVKMBEK 4, 1088. THE DALLAS EXI'BESS NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published, every Saturday morniuir In the year at 2C00 Swiss Avenue by Til 13 DALLAS KXPRICSS PtTULISIIING COMPANY. (Incorporated) Pallas. Texas. rORF.IQ ADVERTISING REPHE BENTATIVEl . b. 7lff rompany, 608 Santa Deal Waa Mrrer, hli nBo, 111. vv. n. ?.lf Company. 44 Marfan (RnHllK 11 V.nmt Kaaaaa Street, liew lorfc, N. K. Entered at Pout Offica at Dallas, Tens, an second-class matter, under act of Conpresa. Marcn. i IMPORTANT. No subscriptions mailed for a pe riod leca than threerhontha. Paymont far same must ba 75 cents. BTOTICH TO 'RE PUHLIC Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of ny person, firm or corporation which nev appear in the columns of The Iiailas Kiprews will ba iriadly cor rected upon Its being brought to the ctteutlon of the publishers. THE DALLAS EXPIi ESS has never hoisted the white feather, neither hat it been dis grace...

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

k-a! V. .s Xfvif ' . ?;"-''" ' ' - .? ''' i .--accvfe TUB DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, J 922- IV re 5 Commandments Not , Need'em; ; "HAVE NO SOULS." United Press Leased Wired. . , London, Oct 29. "Have women souls?" -; If they have souls there Is no evidence of it in the Bible, according to the interpretation of Anibassadore" George Harvey, who audsessed the Authors Club here last night. . Colonel Harvey on the premise that women have no souls, deducted that 10 commandments apply only to men. "The fact Is of course," he said, "that women are not only bound by but freed at last, by Inference, of any obligation to observe the require ments of our fundamental religious law." , He said there was no recognition in the decalog of the possession of souls by 'women. ' J The Colonel suggested that the Authors Club assume the responsibility of writing a list of 10 commandments for women. "The Ten Commandments were written exclusively for men, the amr bassador declared....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 4 November 1922

THE DAM A3 EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1922. (Deceased) If f1 irican Ktthodlr.t 11. '4'.an(j ' few visitor ministers of Texas conducted Milonary meeting at St. a inim nMier narta 1 aul Free ellwlon vaptl.t cnurcn 8 rroiU OlUer pailB s,.nil- Mr. Waton 1. vi.lttnir in of ihe country. It opened luooday Hu.inn. Mr. and Mr. Ennla Scott night Willi a reception and banquet and Kev. J Miles and wife .pent Sun- l,itl,a l.iin.h on, I .!tlTn at which rruvmnno opun cniirtn. i , , . ' ev. Curry of 8an Antonio, was time ad'Ir usfs of welcome were de- the city Saturday. llvered Amid the at cecum's or laiiurea im rtaimtinna m reDruacne., me nexfl or 11 - iP-ia; two great powers, The ipenlng Sewtion Of the COn- i .rti. and i.-otn. enur "" . "y ; o(-l fcrence was Wednesday morning. jxs';;:x; ? rr N. a. youg H,d th!rn: cIi.m- fie operations i" n-".. , ins nyinn Jiuu mo re ci auis. was made In PROFESSIONAL. oxlaiio:ia towhs; Lawton, OU lav-Mrs. Leona Rich- Johnson. "read the scripture...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 4 November 1922

,:jss- -...-4 THE PALIAS EXPRESS, DAIXAS, TEXAS, SATCTIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1922. r:i!iMiiniHiHHinioniii!iniiiDiiiiiiMuiouiiiiiimiiiiiimMlii'.i!a.'iiii'mDii ;i?-.;rHMiMffliiO-ii!Mmi!Bm'Mminoi! i.a.i jHumiaiMMUiwuiwiuiiiauuuuuiaM i INGWORL0iil THE ';JL.' J II w eaaaaw-as TTTTTTTTtTWTTTTTTTT E E s -a i. i r 5 i 14 3 SI i ail. .T:! . . ..i .ititiiiittnttittiitttuttt lwswewwwwweVi ffffffftfVtffffttftffTfTffffyTTTfTTTTTVTf rfFTflTT?TTT?TTTTTTTfTTf?TTTTTTTTTTTTTTyyfyTTTTTT "TTTTTTTf , 1 NATION LEAGUE TO OPER ATED ON BUSINESS BASIS. Chicago. 111., Nov.2. President Andrew Rube Foster of the Negro National League will call a meeting of the league directors and officers .to be held in Chicago the first 'Thursday in December at which time strenuous effort will .bo made to place the league on a strict business basis. The biggest item to be handl ed during this meeting, according to official information, other than the UBual election of officers, etc., is the shortening of Jumps between cities who a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 4 November 1922

'.u,-.3 i it TUB DALLAS HXFREM, DALLAS, TFJCAS, SATURDAY, NOVJCMBER 4, 1923. . aaAM.ai(aa4 j c Mo3oii(;n0 a a n a mA a ,;-; w vw w is vranrei vnn;M)rxWX)nrwprn;wx)ro a,. ,, iiimi.H.n,'","m.' a,R if w V 'jjisiai i yAA rSSwVsty .:-..J. .APAAAA rxpAlA ..ajtSiaaTX 0 . November i o, Last Day For those desiring to take advantage of the Special Dispensation. DELAYS ARE DANGEROUS. File your application and join the great army of men who compose Knights of Pythias of Texas $2.09 The Big Drives, after the date above mentioned, will be discontinued indefinitely, so JOIN TODAY Dollars Two $2.60 Is All It Costs To Join,' l li Mv. 1.'; ii . i MIIAn wf -vj .-0 pB.- M "ft ;1 ft1 i1 3 S J r 1 1. THE PTTHIAX TEMPLE : . -. j .. .. ' ; 3 Z Zaaaa777Taaaa J Dr. Hcisrce N. Ycrk Presents Siatldics ca Ilcgro Progress to Atlanta Audience. . . (Continued from pag 1) three, A. H.. Robert, lawyer, re-elected; Warren Douglan, lawyer, re-elected; S. IS. Turner, lawyer and editor, re elected; to Washington Legisla...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 November 1922

iC V: O 1 '.r -" si? ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE HI?; U I A CHAT.SPION OF JUSTICF A MESSENGER OF HOPE 15 11 t : -S J ' o V T -J 1 rBdt by W. BL Klg. "Tht Republican TertyhTkt Ship, All Els Is Th0S:m Fred Doutlat. - " VOL, NO. 8. ' " THE DALLAS KXPRKSS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, XOVEMEBER, 11. 1922. PRICB FIVB CENT M Hi! 0 576 ACRES TO BE USED BY L. W. THOM AS, MADE RICH BY MEXIA OIL BOOM, IN BULIDING MODERN NEGRO TOWN. Muskoeee, Okla., Nov. 9. If the plans of L. W.. Thomas, Negro, are realized, 10 years from now the town of Summit, eight' miles south west of Muskogee on the Jefferson highway, will be a model Negro city Thomas came to this coutry from the raecca of Texas the oil fields of - Mexla about six months ago. and Invested over $100,000 in Mus kogeee county real estate. In all, he bought 676 acres of land adjacent . to the Jefferson highway in the Summit neighborhood. It Is the Intention of Thomas to divide and sell off in plats of 40 acres most of this land. The...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 November 1922

- TiJK DALLAS KVIUUCSS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATVR-DAY, NOVKJCKHEH - .1. 1033. m 1 ' SPECIAL CASH FOR XMAS CONTEST l.IHKRAL COMMISSIONS No Lom of Time $i7-VrO IX ( ASH 1' ") luxly Wins Woman's Voice, a monthly magazine edited for women, o. wo-ifii and by women, positively guarantees to give the following prizes to the successful contestants in our special 30 days Cash, for Christinas" Subscription Contest. $100.00 for the largest number of yearly subscriptions over GO Kent in within 30 days beginning November 20, 1922. 150.00 for the 2nd largest number over 50. $25.00 for the 3rd largest number over 50. Fifty cents for each subscription over 25 and not exceeding 50. , Twenlv-flvp cents for each subscription leBS than 25. Woman' p Voice is chock full of good live reading matter. Stor ies feature articles, editorials and humorous opinion, a crack-a-jacK magazine for $1.60 a year. It is not a new magazine but 80 months old and backed by sufficient capital to guarantee Its con tinued and cons...

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