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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 6 January 1923

V AUSTIN ?iXS $ A CHAMPION OF JUSTICF f ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE 3 A MESSENGER OF HOPE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE ?! O itu Cfi aJ (a ebCa j U. oj ti tfJ Qi a) (A $nf mm reunded by W. B. King. "The Republican Party Is The Ship All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. . - ' VOL. XXX NO. 11. " 1HE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 6 1923. PRICE FIVB CENTS i v n Lb u M1M rn nn rn My f tj J y U U U v J LvJ till a . VjJ J V- - JVl Out of Total of 57 Cases of Mob Murder Lone Star State Leads With Total of 18; Lyncliings Occur in Only Nine States. Tuskegee Ala. Jan. 4. A re- lease on lynching on the United Slates Bent out by Dr. R. R. Moton nr-iw gives tne numoer or per- sons lynchett as 57. That this num- ber does not Include those killed In strikes riots etc. Is evidenced by the letter which Is as follows: Tuskegee Intitute Ala. December 31 1922. Dear Sir: 1 send you the following concern- ing lynchlngs for the past year as compiled at Tuskegee Institute In the Department of Records and Re- s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 6 January 1923

THE DALLAS KM'UKSS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 6 1023. ;criccn.uatica Itorissd To Lynching Danger Says H. A. A. C. P. Report For 1922 N.w York N. Y.( Jan. 4. The! American Nation is roused to the' honor ui;d clangor of lynching mob- lsni hs it has never hi en before according to the 1922 Annual Re- port of the National Association for the Advameniriit of Colored people 70 Fifth Avenue New York of ivhiWi the following nummary was made public today: In tlio South. In the South where ten years apo only a few solitary individuals dared oppose lynching and where the crime was commonly condoned hy influential newspapers public officials and ministers of the gos- pel there is now wide spread op- j)oition to mob murder. The oppo- nents of lynching now include such powerful organs us the Atlanta Con- Htitution the Greensboro N. C. Daily News the Macon Ca. Telegraph the Houston Texas Post and the Sau Anto:iio Texas Express. Power- ful i 'oups of white women In Geor- gia North Carolina South...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 6 January 1923

r1 . . f -'J - . TflU DALLAS EXPRESS PALLAS TEXAS SATTRDAY JANUARY 6. ll23. MMM'4 f ! TEXHS TOWNS 4444'44'4'4'4'' ft ) 4.4.4"tr4"rM 4.4-4.4.4 4. 4 4. 4 M44W44rt44 ft1 i o- i..... .. . FORT WORTH. Fort Worth Texas" Jan. 4. "Doings of the St. James Community BuptlHt Clinrch Pr. J. II. Winn. Pastor." All previous records were broken at St. James Baptist Church Sun- day Dec. 3 1st the last Sunday and day in the old year of 1922 nearly four hundred people gathered at 9:30 to take part in the mammoth Sunday .School under the very able direction of Prof. G. W. Williams it was a glorious period indeed vis- itors from all over the Htate were present and several from other states notably among whom were Mine. Dixon of Wichita Kans. the "nightingale" of the northwest. At the 11:00 o'clock hour Dr. Winn the very distinguished pas- tor preached one of the greatest sermons that this writer has ever heard him preach using for his topic "The Direct and General Bles- sings of God" the veteran pastor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 6 January 1923

-i.v: ir'orii THE DALLAS KX PRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 6 19i83. TUB DU.LAS EXPKES3 HTT'-.ri: t : t !'r""T tw 1 MfcMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. t'ublSshad " every Saturday morning In the year at 2600 Swiss Avonue by TUB DAl.LAfl KXPRRM PUHLISHIXa CQMPAKT. (Incorporated) Dallas. Texas. KOHE1CJ ADVKHTISINQ BKPBW-SSINTATlVKi W. B. TUt Campnay "08 Santh Demr- hvm 8lret tklrtWi HI. W. It. .Uf tmpny 404 Morton fnlldinK 116 Eu ' Ktreet hrrr York. N. Y. HOW SHALL WE EE JUDGED? Entered at Post Office at Pallas Teias as second-clans matter under 4ct of Congress March 187 IMPORTANT. No subscriptions mailed for a pe- riod I than three "Tnonths. Payment for same must be 76 cents. WOTICH TO THE) PCBLIC Any erroneous reflection upon the eharscter standing or reputation of any pernon. -f irra or corporation wMcn may appear in the columns of The lailkJ fcxpress will be gladly cor- rected upon Its being; brought to the attention of the publishers. THE DALLAS EXPRESS SUBSCRIPTIONS IN...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 6 January 1923

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY. JANUARY 1023. Page i a When One Thinks of Hair and Toilet Preparations One at The Same Time Thinks of ; "PORO" THE "QUALITY" PREPARATIONS KKOWN THROUGHOUT THE UNITED STATES AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES FOR THE GOOD THEY DO! WRITE PORO COLLEGE PORO CORNER ST. LOUIS MO. gin on the 15th of this month. It is an inevitable fact that no matter how impregnable seem the hearts of men old Dan Cupid's ar- rows with their flinty points find the weakest spot and break through. Rev. D. W. Calhoun of East Mexia and MIbb Carrie Powell of Longview fell under the deadly fire of the warrior of love a few days ago. Rev. A. P. Cookgey officiating. Miss May P. Jenkins now In De- troit Mich. wrote her father Rev. P. H. Jenkins a beautiful descrip- tive narrative of that city. Miss Jenkins Is a graduate of the Mexia high school and her letter because of its profound beauty and exact English is a credit to the school. The pupils of the East Side school rendered an excelle...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 6 January 1923

.. ...''' TUB DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY fl 1823. PMiMV i Mini nwiifc -I" -" .n ran: ft" 1 H " il';'- .-.;: i .M'1Uwu.JVi.iiH'!ru-!tM i .... ... I'Vi :."J L""1 '-i - ' . 1 - - 111-1 Wtl 1 I i .iti Tinifl 111 Km'"' 1 1 -na 1 1 .1 1 u f 1 iHpw it ; K-AJ i I!:-.;.. - 'i X V I 3 LJ LS t f- ' ' 'W U 4UU ' Ill b.1 I J i i ? y j; Ilention ! Mi'. Jennelt Smith the once pop- ular dressmaker of Dallas but now of Loa Angplcs Calit. is vlsiUng frif-ntln in Dallas. We loaned Mrs. Jiniiih to Los Anseles only tot a tc;;u.on but it appears that the Cal- Ifoniia city is unwilling to let her (turn homo. We hope for Mrs. .Smith a succesBful !fay in that far away ulato ylitiH. 1.1. j. filoore cnttrtaincd Mr.-i. C:. -S. Clark and Miss J. C. (arr nl Iif-r homrt Stmdjy afternoon. Mrs. 1. It. Mont.omt'ry pn sentod the luinf case. Mendanuw T. I." Thomas mid Homy Tinnloy vere speakers of (he hour. Mr and Mrs. Henry Grimes 3509 Myi-rK S( Wheatly otitertained at a luncheon honoring their sis...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 6 January 1923

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 6 January 1923

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DAI.I-AS IKAAS wvillin.ii j..Tiviiti n li'-.V. )Mv.iH'l! 1UV Ul'X laborB of Howard Carter all students owe a debt of gratlde for the most I Klt.U.NK JEW'S RAISE STItO.Nti ARMY Otrnnlzed for Self-Protection It If HAd to Number Now 500000 Sol- diers. per ENi"!roror.ROMS. Created in Secret it Has Protected JeulNh Live ami Interests From the Deprodntlons of Anti-Soviet Ienders. niM'Oiitonl I Ntrt Voter - (Ty A. N. P.) ' Ry tho Loolcer-On. AH:my N. V.. Jan. 4. Albany for the moment at Iwist.. Is the political I u. of the Negro vol?. Alfred Smith jtntiiocrat is ar.ain the Governor of Oii;t great Slate and. strange to ki-f'iff. Die Negro vJte has an abid- ing i.Mlerost as well as a highly ex- lv': nt hope lodged in the fact. We iih;tll now boo what we Khali see and in the meantime w can let our lulet roam wherever 'hey may chose to wa'ider. It WPiiia to bo the consensus of opinion here that thifl condition of altitude endcircumaUnce Bhould not Imvci been the situation ev...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 13 January 1923

pan r rTf m -rf irj f T7 f Of) r 77f T? r 1 tk r I ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE' I A "CHAMPION OF JUSTICF i A MESSENGER OF HOPE Ills Ni: VK JIM MKVILK faunded by W. B. Klftg. VOL. XXX NO. 12. J. H. Eason is Shot Twice From Behind as He Leaves Church Services. Says Assai! ants Fear Hjs Testimony m Garveys Com ing Trial (By A. N. P.) Eason was able to tell the police New Orleans La. Jan. 11.- "I am 0' the attack upon him. He attended positive that my assailants were BZT J?.6 " r Fretet streets he said and was acting on Instructions to put me outWalklng nome aIong Firgt Btreet of the way and prevent my appear- when two Negroes stepped out of Ing as a witness against Garvey at a alley after he passed. He heard ho trial i liavA already hfinn i the men and turned as one of them threatened several times." Thno .nnVo T tjtr IT Paonn v ' """"" "on unmun ea wnen DB W88 a CU1IO living in Thus spoke J. W. H. Eason who Sunday nIght. Ho told tne poUce that j Fountain city and at the age of was to have left...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 13 January 1923

tcA two rrr .iUaJ.a.tfilLUid Willi UJXO AT HIS IIOLIE IN ALLEII STREET. a. g. a:;dhey73 iiigii churchman .aid crnzei answers final summon. Il::.rl End feme PcaccfuOy New Years Mormn?. Funeral Ser- vices V'cre IIcIJ Wednesday From Bethel A. M. E. Church. Citizens of Pallas were pained to leai-n v'i the death of A. G. An- drews a pioneer jpuldent of this city who died at Lis home 1724 Allen Klreet about 11 o'clock Mon- day morning. Mr. Andrews had boon In 111 ln'.Uili for tQveral months but was n.Ul-e to be up and at his post; an rarcntly he was doing fine until a few .days prior to his untimely de- parture he contracted cold that quickly developed Into pneumonia. Mr. Andrews was born in Elmo Texas December 27 1875 was 47 years and 6 days old when the final summon came.. He came to Dallas t the tender age of 14 and has since lived here." In 1899 he met MIbs Larnlta J. Slaughter the woman of his choice they wooed and were married and since have lived happily together until separated by...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 13 January 1923

'XI'. IS I 4v 4. 44. if- TEXHS TOWNS J!? 4 . - r-w-w rTTTTTf TTI'TTfTf Tf J THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 18. 123. Rusk. Sunday School waa at-j New Yeara- tree which was a very The paator remembered each mem- Board. Mra. B. Jamison; No. 9. that "The Way of a Transgreaaor BtiHnd t all of the schools to a nice affair. 'ber of his church with a present on Flnancea. the Kingdom Mr. H. Kldd: tenaea ai ail or ine Btnuuiu m i ... . !.. . . xt in r-ioti-. rjnniinn Prnf 1 . . mra. buna iiiuge cute imucu un -ThrlHtmftR tren Thn HYP U. """.u jv-v.h.. maximum degree. At 11:30 a. m. blrth(1&y party dlnner n n0nor 1 I n? F- H- KlDK- The pastor- Rev' Dr' Sunday. Rev. S. H. Bradley took f Un j Mf plerce acted with the president T. H. Rhonea j w wiuiams will attend a meet- as toastrmaster; guest present were is taking on new me. ine pastor jng at central Texas college in great treasure In introducing to his congregation the M. T. Pleasant C. M. B. church. Rev. A. W. Walk- er p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 13 January 1923

Vi. K PUI.AS KX?KSS .' N 7 NATIONAL MtuRO PRESS . "ACSOC!AT!ON. Published every Saturday morning In l!8 ytur at 2600 Swlaa Avenue by t'HF DALLAS KXPIIKSS Pl'ULlSUISG COM PAST. (Incorporated) Pallaa Teia. f'UKEiO AUVP.RTISIJfQ REFRH- KISK'TATIVEU pr. B. V.ltt Company 608 South Dew hum Klrttl hW'nuo VI. W. It. .Irf iumr 404 Mortoa jHHfiillnH lie Haat rfaaaaa fclreet km lurk N. V. Kntnrpd at Poit Offlca at Dallas Texas an scoud-claH nintter under act of Congress. March 1879 KOTICIS TO TUB rCOLIO. Any erroneoua reflection upon the character standing or reputation of iny pemon firm or corporation which may (p'nr In the column of The i-Riloa i;xrBa will be gladly cor- rected upon lta being brought to the attention of the publishers. THE - DALLAS EXPRESS si HsntirrioAS in adyanck. One Year.: : J2.25 Pis Months 1.25 Three Months - .75 Ciuglfl Copy .05 THE DALLAS EXPRESS has never hoisted the while feather neither has it beea dis- graced by the yellow streak. It is vt afflicted with the flan...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 13 January 1923

i?-rinu'oa mine TP.Ta.S- sTniinv nvrinr -n When One Thinks of Hair and Toilet Preparations. One at The Same Time Thinks of - "PORO" THE "QUALITY" PREPARAIIINS KNOWN THROUGHOUT THE UNITED STATES AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES FOR THEG00D THEY DO! WRITE PORO COLLEGE PORO CORNER ST. LOUIS tSO. She had bt.-en a faithful member of St James C. 'SI. E. church frr a number of years. Her funeral was attended at the above church Thurs- day morning by Rev. Thurkil. She loaves a husband two children and a host of relatives and friends to mourn her. loss. The high school will render a musical at Bethlehem Baptist church Friday night Jan 12 th.' The public Is invited. Miss Ivy Jackson has returned from Dal- las. The concert at the East Side School last Thursday night under the direction of Miss N. White was a success. Mr. John T. RatcUff has purchased a new Ford. Mr. Fred Weems has returned from Oklahoma. Mrs. ftf. Calhoun has retuited from Terrell Dallas and Ft. Worth. Dr. Dee Taylor is In Fort Worth. Ma...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 13 January 1923

" t'arwrrrvtiirzrmm' ' 'Mug Ml Personal if ienucn tlr.'). E. B. Williams entertained x ih an nnto ride in honor of Mrs. of Galveston. Ai'er motoring uNuil J.;x miles tho car was stopped ... itu: kuomIh worn nm'vtd on the i"mdNide with hot chocolate and with a Christmas dinner at Mrs. S. Mr Mr. Searcy VU-.Uers ' acted ub'B. Campbell 2430 Clark street ci:uilfciir. The guests were MIbs j f0Urteen guests were present. Giiiwo and Mrs. Canandy l.lr.i. L. T. Guest 3801 State fclieet who has lit-ea absent from t!u city for four months visiting lohilivea and friends in Chicago and j:rui:iMV City ban returned to Dal- J-.h. fllio reports a very pleasant trip. All Dallasitea lu the two cities fro doing well. JTi'N. Maflio Jefferwon' of 3403 fFjiuua' f.treet save lior husband a juiipiiw Kins parly cm the 6th of January of which dat was his :AmK:!AlI'5 OPPORTUNITY. I'l'oni iieienllfic investigation and w.l. iw. ill.. 'int.. 1 in .ffi.r tn I an il V. u vj . v. v.. v.. b energetic women of our race...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 13 January 1923

THB DALLAS EXPRESS DALIES TEXAS 8ATVRDAY JANUARY 13 1023. m churches. MT. OLIVE HAl'TIr CHURCH. M. A. 0. CLUB. The M. A. C. Club greets the New Year by saying good will to all men. There was never witnessed such a happy meeting coming from every quarter of the globe as the one given In honor of the Munger avenue. Community at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Polk. ltOVAL ART CLUB. This club met at the home of Mrs. Bulah Turner 2911 Trinidad street the club was opened with song by our chaplln prayer and scripture . reading 13 members an- swered to roll call with Bible quo- tations. We were pleased to have Mrs. E. Webb as a new member and Mrs. Jones as a visitor who after the business session 30 min- utes were spent In plying the needle. We were dismissed with prayer. The hostess served chicken salad saltlne flakes and whipped cream and cake. We will meet next with Mrs. J. W. Ross. Mrs. Bulah Turner President. Mrs. J. W.' Ross Secretary. Mrs. J. E. Holland Rept. THE CECELIAN CHORAL CLUB...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 13 January 1923

XI IK PAMPAS EXPRESS. PALLAS TEXAS SATURPAV JAXUARf IS 1023. r.t.: i:.'.. ir iects lyck::;3 iditcisals. ' (i nnti-ancd irom r.'ip One 4. ..Tor lined. la MKiritnib counterfeit a JCnoifviMff Tribune. ilif riifdy . the States lut nquefclioimb'y. t tliey do not .vni; their lights anil moot their futics in putting dowu mob vto- ( imo their nvfrs will finally be (..rle'lcl "d those who nay that fcinoeratic government in only a 1-ar.limr itireaM v. ill 1m justified 1 the r;l:lillMl.mfnt of a monarchy tit form v.batcvcr may Ik its name. Anh'-villo Citizen. In (heir r.Shatilts on the Dyer nii-Iuchini.' J'-ill (ho Southern .1 icinlxrs of Congress ai.i.'rtod that Vio fcoulh la able to coiu with the iot) evil. The fcouth cun put an cad to lynching once it nots it I :. mis determinedly to (he task. It f-hoetd tirblo I hi:; i.rol.Hmi in dead earnest and fhow that if sj states- t.!in!dn) la ctii'al lo the situation. We caimol hope h;il IHIlnihters will Hwaya be effective ia defeating the Daclftici...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 20 January 1923

If -' V AC' .-....Jfc. i'i - V J 1 CO flD2tH T.TTt w nr w M - m . m.vc DOnTDCCtnT "EI"- if: A CHAMPION OF JUSTICE ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE J &7E IW3 4 ..5 rounded by W. B. Kln. "The Republican Party Is The Ship All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. ' .: ' - VOI- XXX NO. 13. . 15 THE DAIX.AS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SAT TODAY JANUARY 20 1923 ' . PKICE1 FIVE CENTS q n o s i n urn x ii r: i Moorf ield Story and Scipio Jones Made Plea and Present Brief in Behalf of Elaine Farmers Under Death Sentences. Washington D. C. Jan. 18. Moorfield Storey former president of the American Bar Association and now president of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People on Tuesday Jan- uary 9 th appeared before the Unit- - ed States Supreme Court to argue appeals in - behalf of Negro peons condemned to death in connection with the Arkansas riot of 1919. In the course of the brief appeal- ing against sentence of death im- posed upon five of the Negroes sen- sational c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 20 January 1923

i3tiV.. . . .... -.iS-.. .-.v.-.-v ...;wv.. i- . ' ' " ' : . . . ' ' . THE KAIJiAS EXrUKSS lAl.liA IT-Vi-S mmhhh'i oiii.iix - . 1 ? rAcT r:03LE GOVERNORS CHAMBER NO. 109 A P TU F riADAH JULIA CALDWELL-FRACIER C-l'flEF GRAND FLER AND. MRS. . PETER RIDGE r IC3T rXILE GOVERNOR OF HOUSEHOLD OF RUTH H3.C37. (; N. W. Harllee). C.diKt I-odsc No. 3134 United Orie: of Odd Fellows gave a lun- rlieon Tmsthiv night lo the ii mates nf Ttio Fust. Most Noble Governor S Chamber No. 109 with M.'"!am Cahlwoll-Frazier Chief Grand Itu- ler also to fie Household of Ruth .No. C87. with Mrs. I'eter Ridge Mont Noble Governor. Thesa tv.o orders were the special guests of the Comet Lodge with C. M. Wade Noble Gra. J. The . Guests. The inmates were gowned with ashlonablo robes and mpde the hall one rav of beauty filled with the ' - ' jS" The bevy wai compile ' 'anVr nelded only tl be seen to be ! enjoy -d. Kvery seat in the spacious hall was filled. The Installation. Miss Eva K. Weems conducted the installati...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 20 January 1923

THI3 DALLAS EXPRESS DAU-AS. TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 20 1023 l.WiiQ.4.. TO ii lV 'ft Y i t-4-i4t4- ' ...... ...... (Mi" : ' ' - . 1 1 rsrs J. ' TEXHS TOWNS M maMM'- J M mm44 rTTTT ' ... ....I ..... ..... MK ..... . ..... lJyl Tf TTTTTTf TTTTTTTTTf TTf TftTf ?T f ' 1 IrTTTTTT? TTTTTTTTTTf f ?T? tTTtTT? f TTfTf TTf T?f TTf f TtT? T? TIVT V Grand Prairie. Sunday Schools were well attended last Sunday. Mr. Geo. Jones of Dallas was a visitor to Mr. and Mrs. A. Jones last Sun- day. . Mrs. Katie Holmes mat's a flying trip to Dallas on business last Saturday. The following per- sonB visited Dallas last Saturday: Miss Leola Shelton Mr..T. Jackson and Mr. M. O. Tully. Mr. W. M. Shelton of Grand Prairie went to Terrell) on - the 13 th on business. Church services were good at the A. M; E. church last Sunday. Mr. W. Talley has moved into bis new cottage in Dalworth. Prof. A. Moon of Fort Worth was a visitor to Grand Prairie laBt Saturday. Weatherford The Supt. of Prince Memorial C. M. E. church I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 20 January 1923

tiik dallas express dallas texas SATURDAY JANVARY 20 10g3 Till DALLAS EXPRESS i ; "- ttX?rTJt' J "riVST MtMBEH 'IQ.NAL. NEGRO PKESS ASSOCIATION. PublUtied every Saturday morning .In the year at 2000 Swlsa Avenu by Til HJ IIAM.A KXFIIRSS PPIILISHINO COMPANY.' (Incorporated) Pala. Texas. tOKUlG ADVEKT1SISQ KBPJB "I-SENTATlVEl W. n. ytff Company. 6'.S Booth Dar- A Mret "i1-hko 1)1. W. It. ZlfC oirpBBy. M Mii ttiiildlnie M F( HiM . bree ork N. If- Knteicd at Pot Office at Dallas. T-.-xan a swond-i-las mutter under Act of O-nKreaa March 187K ROTICK TO THE PY.&LIO. Any erroneous rejection upon the bara-ter stumllng- or reputation of ny person firm or corporation which Ituiy appear in the columns of The Jinllas lSpre will be (fladly cor- seted upon Its beinur brought to the jutentloy; of the publlshors. TUE DALLAS EXPRESS SlliSCRIPTIOXS IN ADVANCE. One Year - .$2.25 H Months 1.25 Three Months..-... -75 :ngle Copy -05 IMPORTANT. fo sobecrlptlnns mailed for a pe- rt. ..1 If-s than three ...

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