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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 16 December 1922

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Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 16 December 1922

ftl KOI ft THE I) ALL. IS IXFHKSS MS.r-ftF.8 C-'n 1 l Ai..VlC MfcMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. - Publlnhtx! every Saturday moulns In the year at 2600 Swiss Avenue by THE DALLAS FXPHBSS prLISUINO COMPANY. (Incorporated) Dallas. Texaa, roitEIQ ADVERTISING BKPRH , SENTATITEi W. n. Iff Campaay, 0S Soatb Dar fcei hlr-r(a hlrnKO, III. W. B. 71 ff Company, 404 Marias KnllrilnK 11 Rant iaaa Street, ke lark. N. Y. Entered at Poit Office at Dallas, VexaB, aa aecond-claaa matter, under Act of Congress, March, 187 IMPORTANT. No eubecrlptlona mailed for a pe riod Ibh than three"Thontha. Payment fer aame must be 75 cents. NOTICE! TO THE POBLSC. Any erroneous reflection upon- the character, atnnrllnjr or reputation of ny person, - firm or corporation which Biay appear In the columns of The Pallas Kxpress will be gladly cor rsctcd upon its belnir brought to the attention of the publishers. the dallas express, subscriptions in adtasce. One Year - '. .... Six Montho Three Months Single Copy ...

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

THE PAMPAS EXPRUSS, DALIiAS, TEXAS, SATUUMY, DECEMBER 16, 1022 'Pass 5 TEXAS TOWNS Marshall. The ..South ..Marshall Progressive Club met at the home of Mrs. Theo. Banks. 408 Johnson St., with good attendance. The home was adorned with autumn leaves and crysanthemums. The ladies are all busy, making pretty holiday gifts. The ladies gave spaoe for progres sive spelling which was enjoyed by all. Refreshments were served. Mrs. Banks was assisted by Miss Luevada Branch. All present spent a lovely evening. Mrs. Bessie White, reporter. Born to Mrs.' Joe Holloway, a boy, Dallas. Mrs. J. C. Edward leaves for Dallas, Texas, Sunday on a visit. Mrs. Ida M. Johnson Is in Dallas with Mrs. Holloway. Mr. George Robinson, after a long illness was a deacon of M. Baptist chunch, fun eral attended from Galilee Baptist Church. Mrs. Eliza Rider died at Hamon, five miles In the country. Mr. S. ; M. Taylor came down from Little Rock, Ark., to attend his mother's funeral. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bell, a boy...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 16 December 1922

.'H 1 k . i'U.i SIX fHH PALI j H KXPRRNN, DALLAS, TKXAfl, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16. lQftl - :ii :u :ui;;ui;miii:i:niimiim(ii;i:ii,mi!!it!iii:ii!iii;iiiii;M .!d:.:)i,;!iij!!iirii!i!nii!iuiiiiiHiii!!c:iiii!ii!!!i(?i:!iii!iiii!iiiMiiiiuaiiiiiiiiiMiuHi!u BiiwiMUQiiiiiiiiimBiiiiHMiiiniitmiiiMOiiiiiM!!:tmiiDiiM TUB DALLAS KXl'KKS.9 i . . ' DALLAS EXPRESS ii n mvnivv Sal y ' ' " B S B PUB. COMPANY. . - ' ..IB 1E g S g Baa 2 S 5 gig ill I S B DA LLRS HDV B RTI SERS E D Mcritoi'iiiH lrliitprs and Designers and Deljners Meritorious Printers r i!iiii!iir.ii,imniiGi!:iiiii!iiiuiini!!!!iiiaiMi!iiiiiiiDmiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiHiiiBi;iiiliiiiiiKiin:uia j, :i;;!Kai!iiiiii;iiiPiiiNiiiiiiia;iiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiii!ii:iaHiiiiiiiiiioiiiim uiaiiiiiiiiiinniiiiiHiiiiioiiiiiiiniiiD J Keep Your Shoes Shined and let A. fl. AND FRED GUESTS IHNE PARLOR Tako care oi Them New, Modern, Clean Comfortable and Courteous Herv'ce for l adies and Gentlemen 1727 Hall Street. MUSIC AND XMAS. A HAPPY COMBINATION GIVE PHONOGRAPH RE...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 16 December 1922

THE DALLAS KXK'RKSS, DALLAS. TKXAS, SATURDAY, DKCKMBKR IB. 1022 TEXAS TOWNS. Ferris. Rev. Trower was at his post Sunday. The cold spell Is en Joyed by all. Several killed hogs. Airs. White went to Dallas Sunday to see her niece who ,1s In the hos pital. Mrs. Jordon remains poorly. The following are regular readers of the Express: Mrs. L. Cox, J. Bur leson, Mrs. Chas. Johnson, Rev. M. Manard, Geo. Walker, Jno. Blvlss. D. Brooks, .Mc Clark, R. Turner, Mrs. J. W. Wade. These persons know the value of a good paper and al ways come for the old reliable Ex press found at D. L. Littles groccrv store every Saturday. West. Services at Emanuel A. to. E. church Sunday was well attended. Rev. L. L. Holt pastor was at his post. His members are all smiles as the conference Bent him back again. Sister Leyla Shaw Joined the A. M. E. church Sunday. Rev. Holt prea ched at Abbott In the evening. Rev. Sam Williams, Mrs. M. N. Williams, Mrs. Leala Shaw and Miss Earmer Willis lire back from the Annual Co...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 16 December 1922

;?sr THK mi!.ii I..VrKIXS, PAIJ.AS, TEXAS, SATVRIUY. DIX'EMBKR- 10, 1023 ... u. IJ UUx--J c r.rt f.i.oftj'to. C'.'oul.Milc'I lvoni I'iino One) ?!- wi'ii t lie l:iw on the part of o:': .i t1' :? m' making an-PHts, both in luivlinont of iirisoriern and iu t!i.j .s.-. .ft-h of houses. "We ri'coinrnond the eat iblish-im-iit .i f a system of mental physi cal examination of all prisoners be fore trial. "Wo ask for the Heid enforce ment cf the law us to ju.enlle of; fenders. """e iimlst upon the enforcement of the law which declares that there r ant ge a segregation of prisoners -while and black, male and female, juvenile and adult. "We InniHt that Jaili be made p;iniary, clean, and that wholesome food bo served the prisoners. "We advocate the establishment of the office of public defender, par ticularly for Negroes, especially so 8 long as the present system of pub lic prosecutor exists, "We beg to call to the attention of our courts tbi practice of many lawyers who BUbject witnesses to i...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 23 December 1922

"jr 'V .;" " ' Sj r so cdjU " Kiramtf AU32IH TJSXA3 f'r' We: Wish- For Yon a Fierry Chriotmas arid, a I 'always progressive I TTOTTTTn n- m croinn? S3 l131JTil,llVCi ill auwiic. funded by W. B. Klni. "The Republican Party h The Ship, All Else It The Sea." Fred DousUs. VOL. XXX, NO. 9. - ' THK DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TKXAll, 8ATVRDAY. DKCHCMBKK 23, 1023 . . ' :. ; , . PRIC FIVB CENT! M VIGOROUSLY CHALLENGES SENATOR PAT HARRISON'S CHARGES IN LIBER- IANMAN MATTER. RI AFilFQ NFf.Rfi iruiuvnn mniiui, viixuuuu iiuuiw POLITICAL LEADER. Washington. D. C, Dec. 21. Dr. Emmett J. Scott, in order to hare his denial ot the unfounded charges made on the floor of the United State Senate by Senator Pat Har. rlson, has sent the following letter to Senator Charles Curtis of Kansas, in charge of the Liberian Loan bill, for insertion In the Congressional .Record: Washington, D. C. Nov. 27, 1922. Hon. Charles Curtis, United States Senate. Washington, D. C; Dear Senator Curtis: On the floor ot the United...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 23 December 1922

THE PALLAS EXPRESS, DAUAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY. DECECMUER 23, 1023 - ,,i,.,i,B.,rtjTurTT.rr - r - - afft If31- " " " ' ' " " 1 " ""' ' y" "uwu . : - mm tOOOOGV : "I ohi hail di-ci.ii'i-d lint I must tur v,i,i ,.!ifi v.ii.T koiis out. I nn-'an. tha ii ui'i nit fooliith Piiuutli to want ): f: your inlet ivks and me you are fi'" (n go.' My mo her went, taking in mid i-h.i cut down trees with wiiich to build our first houso. Those vvi r. ,iav of suffering. Lner my iMi.ihi.r h. urd of i s liool t'ltit had ht-.-n 'ipt-ned 1 for iwslaves and she , io iii it. We had no iii-a.'.. uf trn"sioi-tallon and we walked 3t0 mil'.-a to Atlanta Ln.ver limine conduct i d 'in ft box car. While In that school no, nua iinli til and niy aeiur ... ,i riv..f) tlmt the sufferings .i,..,...i wiiir-li mv mother went should not he in vain. All Negro ..in.iw.o nf that. Dcrofl suuereu They puttered greatly and In the feht of our knowledge oi mm bui U Ting we bhould wonder deeply that suffering ' as made us anx'ous eno...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 23 December 1922

- -I'- -, " . 1 ..." . . j..,.t . ..c5k- ... THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY. DECECMI1KR 2.1. 1023 ?'.-.f-K VUV.l .1 tMt0W . v TEXHS TOMNS - II: Hi I TuiiiiDmmmmaiHiuuHiinmimiimQwiiiimiiBliliiimmoiiMH Wf !MWiiioiiiMuiiiininiuiiinHiHiiiiw J tT i,,i A,... A,,,. , , f f ., A i , iii Taylor. Rev. P. H. Jackson was j called to Bastrop last week to attend j the funeral of a relative. Dr. A. E. ' Hughes - left Sunday afternoon to make his usual rounds to Elgin, Smithville and Glddings. Miss iMaud Vauzandt has returned from Stanford to be with her mother, who has been 111. The "One Day Revival" at Mur phy St. Christian church was quite a success. The Murphy St. church, Allen Chapel A. M. E. church and Mi. Calvary are preparing extra pro grams and services for Xmas. Mrs. B. E. Campbell and llttl daughter, Vivian are expecting to spend Xmns in Dixon. Rev. Meyers, pastor of Christian church in Austin will be in Taylor this week with Murphy St., church. Air. Levcnta Hendricks son of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 23 December 1922

TUli DALLAS EXmESS MtMBER .NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday nornln la the year at 2600 Bwlsa Avenue by TKH DALLAS RXPRKM PCBL1SHING COMPART. (Incorjorated) Dallas. Texas, FOREIG ADVKRTIlIa BKPRB 8 ESTATlTKl W. B. t.Ut Cnaay, e mt Dear- txta Street, :htraa, HI. W. H. y.lfl Oataaay, 44 Hrtma fnlI4ln 1J rut A'aaaa Htreet. lew lerk. . 1. ' Entered at Poet Office at Dallaa. Yexaa. econd-c!aa matter, under Act of Cocgreea, March. 18? IMPORTANT. No aubenrlptlona mailed for a pe riod Ima than threeBiontha, Payment Cer lime must be 7$ cent. NOTICB TO THK PUBLIC. Any erroneoua reflection upon tbe ahararter, atandlna; or reputation of ny pron, firm or corporation which my appear In the column of The Dallaa Kxpri will be gladly cor rected upon Its being- brought to the attention of the publishers. THE DALLAS EXTKESS, SUBSCRIPTIONS I ADVANCE. One Year... fitx Months Three Months... Single Copy .12.25 -J.25 . .75 .05 THE DALLAS EXPRESS hat mover koittti Ike wklt feather,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 23 December 1922

THE DALLAS 12XPKKKS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY. DKOECMJ5ER 23, 1023 Fa -re S When One Thinks of Hair and Toilet Preparations, One, at The Same Time, Thinks of THE "QUALITY" PREPARATIONS KNOWN THROUGHOUT THE UNITED STATES AND F0REI6N COUNTRIES FOR THE 600D THEY DO! WRITE PORO COLLEGE PORO CORNER ST. LOUIS, E30. . TEXAS TOWNS Center. The body of Mr. Willie Gardiner, a victim of the train wreck on the E. & W. near Humble, Wed nesday night, Dec. 13th. arrived here Saturday morning and was carried to his home near Shelbyvllle and held In state till Sunday. The fun eral service was nem irum iyu iwius Spring Baptist church and enter ment made in the McWilliam ceme etery. Mr. Gardiner had been to Houston attending a Masonic Grand lodge and was on the return trip home when his train side swiped a witch engine that was standing on the siding - near Humble . station, the steam line was bursted and the hot steam that filled the coach liter ally cooked the bodies of many pas sengers. Mr. ' Gar...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 23 December 1922

: M v. ... ... . iw-W.'vii 4 Jaw -... 'V tr. 7' ' THR DA LIAS EXPRESS. PALUS, TEXAS, SATURDAY. DECECMDKIt 23, 1928 MR. HERBERT DUDLEY, Mr. H.TtKTt Dudley, formerly of Iullus, Texas, and thn son of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Dudley, 285 5 Coch ran street, la uow pursuing liiH mas ter's den res in corporation finance in the Wall Street Division of New loik University after having com pleted his high school course at the Dallas hish. Mr. Dudley went to Howard University,' Washington, D. C. and from this University received th bachelor of Arts degree and also a commission as Second Lieut, in the Tlesene Officers Corp of the Uniled Slates Infantry. As Mr. Dud ley Is contemplating specializing In corporation law he will in all prob ability locate In one of the New Yjtk corporations who make snec l4l offers to student entering such a field. tOK MONUMUNT . TO MAMMIKS. Si-nntor Williams Asks Memorial to ; .Old Colored Servants. 'Washington. Dec. 21. The mem ory, of "the faithful Colored mam mies, of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 23 December 1922

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY. DlTECMBER 23, 192J Mrs. Virgin Goree Jones Passes Away at Texarkana, Musi cian and Teacher. In the early hours of Saturday morning, Deo. 2, Mrs. Virgle Goree Jones, vife of John J. Jones, prom inent undertaker and daughter of H. O. Goree, Grand Master of Odd Fellows passed away. The entire Colored citizenship of Texarkana, feels keenly the loss, and also the citizens of Atlanta, Texas,' Mrs. Jones' birth place. This was indicated by the immense num ber of people that filled the largest church auditorium in the city. Oak Street Baptist church to overflowing. Orders for flowers exceeded the ca pacity of local florists. The half dozen girls appointed as flower girls had to be reinforced by many times to handle the numerous floral offerings. The funeral program consisted of: Funeral March Flower Song Miss Dovie Fearonce Sons "It Is Well With My Soul" Sunset Choir. Prayer and Scripture Reading Rev. P. W. Wesley. Sketch of Life....Mr. Anthony J...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 23 December 1922

ft- - ; ' ...... .. ftfl'. - -v A 0 r.i -,. Vi-"r..i' T!IK DAIMA KXriU'.SS, DALLAS, TE'.CAS, KATniVDAY. PHCKUMREIt 2, 1923 m .. . '"'J1'.'!'!!.-'"'!!''.2L""!,:M1..- ! ... X3SS2PMaUfiml .. p, . ( rt . - m m i, (i II V Vi E.3B I At tM Yuletlde Season when we consider the trials and tribulation tbtt have come to u by reason of the ravage and Inroad made upon the human svstem, first by the "Inriuensa" and later the "Dengue Kever," which visited pot-slbly every family, and In many cases each individual member thereof, we tike pleasure In expreHnPi-g to you how deeply we appreciatei the pleasant relation existing between ua, and trutt that they may long continual. TUB EX CKUUOll MUTUAL, UENEKIT ASSOCIATION sincerely wish you "A MERRY CHRISTMAS" and "A HAPPY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAH." The officer "regrH It I not possible for them to have the privilege of a hearty hand-ahake, kindly word, and appreciative smile, and a roatheart. warm holiday greeitinn with each member individually. - . . Wit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 30 December 1922

r COOD'JIB LIEKARIAH ' ' A137IN TJ2XAS 1 TTY ".O-t ? If I ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE I DISTINCnVE IN SERVICE J traded by W. B. Ktag . VOL. XXX, XO. 10. JV Iran HOB LAW TO COST CHICAGO TAX PAYERS $5U0,UUU M MZi. (By The Asociated Negro Press) Chicago, III., Dec. 28 It is now es timated that "mob law" for eight days during the Chicago Riot, in 1919, will cost the local taxpayers more than $500,000. in addition to their share of the expense of maintaining an estimat ed 6,000 state troops in the city for nine) days. This estimate followed the council finance committee's approval yesterday afternoon of eighteen death claims aggregating $81,000. For five other deaths the city had previously paid $20,800, and probably will be forced to pay for fifteen other killings, which both the coroner's jury and the lowden commission charge to the race riots. On the basis of recent settlements. $4,5(X) per death, recommended by a sub-committee, composed of Aid. flncrnsey, L. ft. Anderson, Crowe, Schvartz and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 30 December 1922

i Cunt iniK'd from iiipft ii!i-Htii)H nT.'i tiiR t!n bigger int'-r-i . s I r i ; i -, 1 1 1 out for our general i'l;li.-!:,l'rHtillH. I:t th ).imju;u;e of a local was, "lt'a u nifvry httic win'. Maybe 'Jim' will I'c.rry down for Tin? coTlnt and in:i le 1'i-rry will hit 'Jim' on the sobir iili'xus ami liriiin the baton home." In the me;tnU.ie there are rumors tlo--itini; nntmt cvorywlwre lit t!ia air that the Hill will be brought tip in the m'U Congress, Well may- lie so. CASKETS STOLEN FRCri GRAYES AND iCLD AGAIN BY CRAVE K CODERS. (( onl inueti from page 1) Hhadcw of the Federal prison walls The officers hid behind a tomb when they saw a beaise approaching; in the moonlight. The hearse stop ped beside the grave of a man buried the day before. Two negroes, equip ped with spades and picks, began to dig into the grave. Three other members of the party proceeded to another grave and be gan to dig there. The men had a ground cloth and worked in real grave-digger style. They drew the two...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 30 December 1922

IV' i ill MAAIimiilil If TOMNS Hi AAA T tl,ai iliiiliiiiiiiAAAi PT f TfTffTTfftf fTTTT' TTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTyTTTyTTTVTTTTVrni A A A AAA H.t..-4,., f j ,MH iAAAAAAAAA Ml I TEXRS Hubbard. Mr. S. H. McDowell la j plunning a trip to Kansas City. Mo., to visit his brother, whom lie hasn't I seen since be was nine years old. Airs. Viola Lawson Johnson died Pec. 13th at 2:25 p.m. She was a pioneer of tbis city; member of Lovely Hope Buptlut church; she was burled with honors by the Courts of Culanthe and the Heroines of Jericho. Services were very interesting at Lawson Chanel M. church; we are proud of our new pastor,' Rev.. J. V. Stone, Jr. Mrs .Dewey Bradford who was burned very severly Nov. 1st is improving. The High school, under the leadership of Prof. C. M. Blanks and Mrs. V. W. Duncan are doing excellent work; we are pre paring to entertain the county meet, which is to be held heie. Taylor. Dr. S. E. Hughes made his rounds to Bastrop. Smithville, and Giddi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 30 December 1922

.... v Y,-''''.;,' V, .-, J' --- -.ia' ..J-it ' " 1 ..-. ni!j.'i iffi: dim as uxrarss THE PALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 80, 10? THE Mi IV YEAR. MAIIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every .Saturday mornlns a th year at 2600 Swing Avenua by TUB DALLAS RXPRKSS rWHLISHINQ COMPANY. (Incorporated) Dalian. Texas. KOHIOIG AUVKHTINIXO BEPHB-SESTATIVBl W. n. r.lff rmaay, 08 gaath Dear- Im tr-et, CbU-aica, 111. W. B. r.ttf Comaaar. Meriol Pi.njln ti Kaaaaa . alrMt, m Vork, nr. V. Entered at Pot Offlca at Pallaa. Tsxaa, a accond -class matter, under act of CongreBj, March, 18I IMPOnTAHT. Ko aubacrlptlona mnlld for a pe riod lexa than threeTnontha. Payment far aatna muat ba 75 c-nia. .HOTICB TO TUB FVBLIO. Anr erroneoua reflection upon the character. atRndinir, or reputation of any pereon, firm or corporation which Km? appear In the columno of The I'allaa kxprexa will bo gladly cor rected upon Ita belni' brought to the tleDtlon of tha pubTlahera. THE I) ALIAS EXPRESS, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 30 December 1922

TUB DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DKt'KMBKR SO, 1022. When One Thinks of Hair and Toilet Preparations, One, at The Same Time, Thinks of PORO COLLEGE TEXAS TOWNS Ranger. Mr. R. L. For a of Mexla, Tex., visited here this week. Those spending holidays ont of town: Mis. Mary Wiley at Madlaonville; Mrs. Kleanor Crump at Ft. Worth; Mrs. ,M. Plumer at' Chickasha, Okla. ; Mrs. Myrtle Williams at Chapel Hill; Mrs B. J. Smith at Ft. Worth: Mrs. M.-C. Watklns In Dallas; Mrs. Lee Winston In Dallas; Mr. Sam Turbon in San Antonio; (Mr. Harry Wyatt of Kauf man is visiting here this week. Rev. Mcdrew of Waco, Tex., presiding Elder of A. M. E. church Is holding tpuarterly conference here this week. Cisco The pastor of the A. M. E. church left Tuesday for LampassaB to spend the holidays with bis family. Services were well attended and en joyed by all. There was an entertain ment given Friday night; a trip around the world; a prize was given to the oue that caught the pigeon, and the lucky ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 30 December 1922

THE DALLAS F.:;PItK.S. DALLAS, TrVT.AS. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 80. 102?. . -' " " ,, V; VVv''ik w' "W V. 'W M;f:iBiagi!i1!i':;..jl 1,1 " WWI'M 1 0 Personal Ilention Mr. anil Mrs. B. F. Tyler moved In their beautiful new lioine In loRiia St., recently. The new struct ure) hts fit.e rooms anl built on most re.o-iern plan with hard wood .floor:. The .Mistress of the $! i busy planning ard arran ging the ia'erior decorations. M-it. Numi Moses or C.iddlnes, rx., o.nd little son are in the city iisitiiii! Mrs. Modes' sinters. While -re i;hi! stooped with iMadam B. Sampson. 911 Good Street. tlm. Virginia Archie, one of the b. land owners and water melon Kiiiwcis of Hempstead (Waller Coun ty) TjK.ta wa In the city during llio hr'.id.iy.i Hlting- her daughter and Hintr-in'-!aw, Mr. and Mrs. J. A Au.;im, Allen Street. ? Don't tomH the "G" Clef Club at jjm .Ruler's 'Institute 2018 Allen St. i . in nary 5 -. ' Benin tno New Year right by rea IliiiS the D.'llart Express. Subscrtdp now. j Jvn n. Elll...

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