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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 10 February 1923

I. L . A CHA?.IPION OF JU511CF U A MESSENGER OF HOPE PI i wve nfnrrrcfnn? fc-a !l r t y i HLWAIJ IiUJlE01VE. DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE i rnded by W. H. Kin. TA Republican Party Is The Ship All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. YOU XXX NO. 16. THE PALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 10 1923. PEICH FIYB CENTS f i II A. B 1 I I A A. . M m1 liAljE Memorial Presented to Attorney General Daugherty Containing Evidence of Anar" chistic Tendencies of Movement. Cite Death of Eason as Reason. Washington Feb 8. Federal In- vestigations of the alleged nation- wide activities of the Universal Ne- gro Improvement - association and Marcus Garvey its president will be undertaken by the department of Justice as the result of sensational Information to be presented to At- torney General Daugherty by eight editors and educators prominent In Negro organization work. Garvey who now is awaiting trial In New York for Illegal use of the .mails In connection with promotion of the Dlack Star Line In his ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 10 February 1923

i:uc:;l gc::fehee gall cr kelly ciller fayg1ably rrrr'vrn I w w is Cut (By A. N Washington P. C '!. 8. Agi- tation for a nationwide conference for Colored America continues and prows apace. The agitation is spread- ing not so much from the "withins" us from the "withouts." The "AVithins" refers to the Church-Johnson Howard Co in n aiul KoiiK'times Matthews and others combination which ior three year.3 h;is assumed control of the po- litical destines of the entire group in national politics. Starting !th "everything their way" and a iie loyal following in- cluding leaders in various sections and a vast majority of the news- pa pern thl'-i group according to charges of their opponents ''has "isiv- cn up the rights of the entire race in a selfish quest for Jibs." Then it is pointed out that all except Church tried to get Jobs. Thus far only one Howard has succeeded. Henry Lincoln Johnson after saying he would absolutely re fuse a. position was named for Re- corder of Deeds falling for ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 10 February 1923

PAfiK THIS KM T . O ! ! TEXHS TOInZNS THE DALLAS KXPRKSS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 10 1923. 'T T T . . i .J. . . ...... .. t ...... ...... ...... HI Mineral Wells. Rev. Robinson at 11 o'clock related the experience of Jacob at Bethel showing the church to be a monument erected to the kingdom blessing . Previous to this great sermon Prof. G. A. Sheppard scored a victor with the Sunday school forces. Sister A. Sibley was honored as being the banner teaoft- er of this session. Sister Ida Wath as usual at 6 o'clock p. ni. rallied the B. Y. P. U. for us to the point of amazing satisfaction with brother Elijah Haze as her vice. Sunday night. Rev. Robinson preach- ed "Give Christ Due Honor." This service closed with one accession. Collection $66.58. Dr. Robinson has been recently called to Sherman Texas to run a series of meeting. Bethel is sparing no pains to re- port favorably next week in the St. John's Land Mark District board of Dallas Texas. Mr. Ben Burleigh who has been in the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 10 February 1923

t .-it' Tim IMLLAS EXTEESS MEMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. hiibltuhed every Saturday mornlnn t tut year at 1600 Swiss Avenue by ft DiLUO RXFRES9 r CBLISUIStJ COMPAXT. (Incorporated DaJiaa. Texaa. FORKIG ADVEUTISWa REPRB" SENTATIvlS" r. B. f.ltt Caaaar 08 gatk Dar- aa Mrrrt ( kU'aaa. 1IU v. M. y.l'f .taay. M tnildlna Il Faa aaaa Kw tark. W. Y. MartM ttrali Entered at Post Offlca at Dallas. T'aa aa aoond-claa matter under i't of Consrresa. March 17 77f DALLAS EXPRESS 111 aycar koislti tkt wkitt leather meitker kas it beem dis- graced by tkt yellmm strtak. It is t tff lifted tcitk tkt flemntt mmmtk. It it a pirn every day. temsiblt ttmstrvativi nttcspm- per mkitk trims mm tmil tm ctttk tkt passing brttst; ftiet ft donbtful flag: It prtfm I patriotism at brd . i cmmmtry. lit lov tilt i td jmitict cmvert mil tkt terri- fry tccupied by tkt rmct. Tkisis prttty kik frtmrnd bat wt livt tm it md mrt prtt- perimf. Bays af tkt prist ttmt up mmd stand ttritk i. Tkil franad It kly. W. E....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 10 February 1923

THK DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 10 1923 Tage 5 o o o When One Thinks of Hair and Toilet Preparations One at The Same Time Thinks of m PORO COLLEGE TEXAS Westv-Rev. A. L. White pastor of the Baptist church and Rev. L. I Holt pastor of the A. jM. B. and the Presiding Elder of Waco District were all at their regular services Sunday. Mr. Frank Totten died Fri- day morning. The debate at the Liberty Club last Tuesday night was a success. The subject was "The Negro will be further apart twenty- five years from today." Miss Ethel Lee Evans and Miss Alice Nickles took the affirmative and Miss Ear- ner Willis and Mr. Melvl.i Williams the negative; the negative won. Ranger. Sunday school was only meeting of service Sunday owing to the heavy snow fall. Rev. .V D. Davis went to Abilene. Mr. Sam Tur- bon has returned from San Antonio. Mrs. L. Kidd of Eastland visited here last week. Weatherford. The Rose Mae Club met at Mrs. Blackwells" at 4 p.m. There were two new members; Mes...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 10 February 1923

v -. jyL u-'- -f THE DALLAS EXPRESS PAI.Ii.4S TEYAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 10. 192SI. ru;i" s.'v BIEii MOUSES WMO CAN SEUVE A. IS . IKUI K I' V' 0 t.a V 4si-' 1 YOU UkEEDA cleaners CloanlnB and Pressing " ' Ladica' Vork a Specialty . Motto: "Outers talk service we We Give it." n.0 H .Ka74 173t Hall St. (J. R JACKSON I'rop. 2-3-4t Come To GOOD STREET GARAGE lor Good Service. General repair- ing on all ni.ilie of cart. i Good & Ilrjan Sis. Phono II. SMJ. FRANK S. ROGERS 0. D. JU-f;iHored Optometrist. Specializes In fitting glasses. Kitie jewolrv repairing in connection Worth Central Avenue at ItoII 2-3-4t LINCOLN -DANCE PYTHIAN TEMPDE Monday livening. Ibruary 12. Dancing Florida Jazz Band. AIKnSSIOtf .40 Cents 2-10-lt IfK IIAltOMUN CAFE Jtirhmd.'ien'n Onto at 1800 Jackson street u the plnrn to K for a Rood meal ami amum.nient W fJfi 1?" far a Hi.i-'lal Kiinilay: FRIED CHICK- EN lONNKIt for only 0(1 cents. Every- body coin and enjoy yourself. Jems .EDDIK (riit- "iOxiireHs" iH pleaned to...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 10 February 1923

1 .." THE DALLAS EXPRESS PALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 10 1023. rA;H hHV I. o Prices Cut to The Bone in The iU W nni? M Buy it the Home Way On Easy Terms Sllll J ' J W A I J y vU Lnl Lb s nnn r? Ann crz raw Prices are Low arid Our Terms Easy (Continued from page 5) KXCTIISION RATKS AJNOrNCkl). A KOINB TKII OF ONE AM ON K. 'HALF FARK ON THK Itf KNTIf'I. : CATION KIUIHCA1E PLAN A.NTHOaiZKD. CHIPFOROBES Now you can buy that Chlffo- robe. Everyone In our big stock has been reduced. The one pictured in Ivory Wal- nut or Mahogany Is cut from $37.50 to $29.75 92.50 Cavil $1.00 Weekly - - " ' i 8-riECK SETTEE Sl'ITE One of the many exceptional values we are offering In our Reed Fiber Department Is this attractive suite of three pieces including fi6-Inch Settee with three spring-filled cush- ions and two Rockers to match. May be had in nut Brown Frosted Brown or Old Ivory finishes covered in your choice of many fine patterns of Cretonne Upholsterlngs. Regular $93.50 value. Sale price -$59.7...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 10 February 1923

TUB DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 10 1923. W FT 95 A Beautiful Cabinet $ Phonograph ONLY 10 ind no Mars Juat look at this picture and convince yourself that never In your life had you an opportunity tike this one. You can buy this Wonderful Phono- graph at such a ridiculously low price besides grottlng AX)SOLUTE!Y FREE t Columbia 10-Inch selections and 200- needles. Is this really not a (treat barxainT This Phonograph is a very beau- tiful stnuiiKly made mahogany color machine it Yihm the best muti.r with an extra strong- steel spring that plays 2 Columbia 10 inch records Vou can regulate the speed of the motor for the different kinds of music. Has a soeclally patented reproducer which given a clear loud tone entirely different from any -other Phonograph. It repro- duces the music and voices so beautiful and nat- ural you would Imagine the world known artists were rfially singing and playing before you. You will not only have the service of an expensive Phonograph bu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 17 February 1923

I A QIAMPION OF JUSTICF ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE I 3 rccr'.TrrT nr- iinnr1 3 i tanded by W. H. King. "The Republican Party Is The Ship All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. ' VOL. XXX NO. 17. "" THE AIXAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 17 1923. PRICE FTVB CENT! ends Mil mm Innocent Man Taken From His Car on Trumped up Charge by Fake Officers; is Nearly Lynched Before Release Because of Sheriff s Pleas. New York N. Y Feb. 15. "ilia- taken identity" is what It would be called but George Blair. Pullman porter living at 132 West 139th St. New York Ctty. will hardly foigel the experience that carried him to within a halrshreadth of crowning the Invlsable line between life and death. Blair bus only been In the Pull- man service about three weeks and his trips have not ebben many. Whether he continues in the service or not It is hardly probable that he will voluntarily go again Into the state of Florida for it was in the "Land of Flowers" residents of which state hav...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 17 February 1923

THE PALLAS EXfRKSS. DALLAS TEXAS. SATURDAY FEBRUARY 17. 1023. JMT.H TWO Li i rriOiT fTml'l NO NEED TO HAVE FORT WORTH l fjp tfb l j nlws notes II II St. Luke Church services were welt attended all day. The paslor is preaching a se- ries of sermons on religion. Text was taken from Luke 11:27th. Un- ion km well attended. Evening ser- vice text Matthew 14:8 collection 15.66. Rev. J. M. Cadell Pastor. Mary Garrett Reporter. St. James Baptist Church. This church is the center of na- tion wide commendation a great dual anniversary now being celebra- ted. It marks the 28th anniversary of the Grand oM historic St. James and the 12th anniversary of Dr. J. II. Winn the pastor evangelist the winner oi' souls the teacher of teachers the man In a class by himself as a church builder. Feb. 11th was a record-breaker the Saints of dear old St. James were on hand In round numbers 9:30 a. m. 626 persona met Supt. Williams In the Sunday School the purpose of the Superintendent la to fill all vacant se...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 17 February 1923

1M.GH T1UIF.H TEXHS TOiAZNS MM. ...... .. M' A A THE DALLAS EXPRESS PALLAS TEXAS 8ATURPAY FEBRUARY 17 1023. i - ... - ...... IMHt III Cuney Sunday school and B. Y. P. U. were both well attended Sun- day In spite of the unfavorable weather. Hon. H. L. Price made bus- iness trips to Palestine and Dallas Texas this week. Mrs. G. E. Har- nilton returned Sunday from Corsl- cana Tex. where she was called to the bedside of her daughter Mrs. Mary Lee Ingram whom she - left improving. Rev. D. D. Evans made a business trip to Palestine Texas Friday. Mrs. Anna Payne of Franks- ton is a visitor in our town. Mrs. Mary McClendon returned from Dal- las Sunday where she has been visi- ting re'atlves. Mr. George Vaughns of Calvert. Tex. is in town on bus- iness. Mr. Frank Jackson of Neches spent Sunday here. Tne Y. W. C. A. will give a benefit social Friday night. Much activity' manifested by the young women in Christfan work. Hon. H. K Price and Mr. John Bragg are in Rusk Tex. today on business for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 17 February 1923

4. .... Jv yr.R F..l"B TUB PALLAS EXPRESS PAf J.AS TEXAS 8ATURPAY FEBRUARY 17 1923. TUK DALLAS KXPHESS MtMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRES3 ASSOCIATION. Published ever Saturday morning la ti rear at 2600 tiwlsa Avt.ua by THE DALLAS RXPRK9S PTJPMSHIflO COMPAHY. . (Incorporated) Dallas. Texas. rOREIGt ADVERTISING REPBIB- SEltTATIVBSt T. B. rift Cmpy 008 Saath Dear- boa IHreet Chlcaia III. W. H. TUt Osapaay 404 Mart flalldlnit lie Raat Naaaaa Street. Row Terk. K. . Entered at Poat Office at Dallas Texas aa eecond-claaa matter under act of CoDKreas. March 1871 NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Any erroneous reflection upon the character atandlna- or reputation of any person 'firm or corporation which nay appear In the columna of The Pallas Express will be gladly cor- rected upon Ha belnr brought to the attention of the publishers. tiie dallas express subscriptions in adyance. One Year. ?2.25 tx Months 1.25 Three Monlhs. .75 Single Copy .06 IMPORTANT. Ro subacrtptlons mailed for a pe- riod less than three 'Th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 17 February 1923

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 17 1023. Pajc 8 When One Thinks - of Hair and Toilet Preparations One at The Same Time Thinks of 883 PORO COLLEGE 11 TEXAS V San Augustine. Owing to unfa- vorable weather church service was postponed at the C. M. E. church. Rev. Langrum pastor returned to his home at Tenaha Sunday even- ing. Mrs. Bob Jones returned home from Nacogdoches Thursday where she spent several weeks with h r daughters Mrs. Henry Waters Mrs. Cal Davis. Mrs. P. J. Cook the District Deputy of the Heroines of Jericho left Sunday evening to visit the different Courts in her district. Prof. J. W. Barrett principal open school Monday having been closed for a week on the account of slck-j ness. Mrs. Francis McCoy daughter i of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Jones left for nine where she and her husband) will make their future home. Mr. A. D. Smith barber will be absent from his shop for several months on the account of his health. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Garner arrived from Silsbee Su...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 17 February 1923

if" 1 ! ... ...j. . u.. - ---- .. ....... . r .. .1 1 1 Hi "tr n - i - '' y- THK DALLAS EXPRESS BALMS TKXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 17 1023. jnr.i- AL BUSINESS: HOUSES WHO CAN SERVE YOU BETTER. 3 FRANK S. ROGERS a D. KegKtered Op- tometrint. Specializes in .... fitting GLASSES Fine JEWELRY repairing In con- it txt ion. HXl N Central Ave. at Roll St. UNEEDA CLEANERS Cleaning and Pressing Ladles' Work a Specialty Motto: "Others talk service we We Give It." Ifione 11. 8274 1731 Hall St. O. 14. JACKSON Prop. 2-3-4t Announ4n- th rr opealas; ..A1XANTA-OASKV DIUO STOKE.. ON W3BRUABT 11. 123 vMfc a Mmnlrie line Druica aad Toilet Article aluo Clarnrs l.inare Cun end Cola itrlnka mt all aiada. We uollclt your bunlnwui and you of good aervlc. ITonipt trre de- livery. I'lioae E.0aS 2-'H Casey St UTTO RTEPIIU&S l-10-4t "He profit moat wlio serves best." N. W. PICKENS Electrician When your fuses blow out don't cuss call us. All kinds of Electrical Wiring Globes and Appliances. We ppocialize In cond...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 17 February 1923

I V-.. . tv- .... "V -1 TH3 DALLAS EXPRESS. PALLAS TEXAS SATCRDAY FEBK17AHY 17 1023. -a;h SKVRn "..4 t i O .1. ( f'- ' "i i i i-.i ij I i fl I EVEfilHG CHAPEL NOTES. Edited by 5IR8. M. P. PENX. Ji. V. CLARK D. D. Tuetor. jMIKEaBaMK Drowsy MIbs Winter wno naa slept sounaiy Bince mo aawn oi ner sea- son awoke Sunday morning January 4th visiting Texas with snow sleet and rain. The visit of the snow especially children and grown-ups also revelled But evim snow Is essential to life. As a result of the recent snow visit millions of crop pests will be frozen out the winter wheat will be benefited immensely and the hardy old farmer was made to rejoice for his soil will be put in condition for Pnr vpB.snnn irivpn. church nervlr.es were sparsely attended. But since so many blessings came with the snow we should accept uncomplainingly and submit all to our Creator who doeth all things for the better. Notwithstanding tne fact that the gloomy weather continues and some of our streets are almost ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 17 February 1923

- i - THE DALLAS EXPRESS DAUS TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 17 1923. FAG.! EIGHT I i Takes Exception to Da Bois' Criticism of Garvey. (Continued from Page One) whmi the Carvey debacle became . a reality tt; attempt would be made lo fasten the responsibility uiioii West Indians particularly Jamariaiui. TliiM was Inevitable; but fortunately I anticipated this nml in the interest of truth vill m.the lio facts available to those who art- interested in accuracy. Gamy ism never gained any kind of a foothold in the Islands. Such Wt-Kt Indians who have embra- ced this egregious folly are those who are living abroad or have lived abroad and these gained racial consclouuness. The kest proof of this (s the fact that Garvey failed to make good in Jamaica and was laughed at by the "peas- ants" as a huge Joke. It was In the 20(h Century America that his insane Ideas ' fructified numer- ically and financially. Hero lie raised money and hired his paid intellectual assassins. Especially was his success gr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 24 February 1923

T GO 035.7IH IJDKARI .MI Jsitstisiwop Tfi5:.s n A CHAMPION OF JUSTICF j ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE I 1 II A MESSENGER OF HOPE mm Wp7 Founded by W. H. Klnt. - "The Republican Party Is Th Ship All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. " - VOL. XXX NO. 18. THE DALLAS KXI'KESS DALLAS; TEXAS SATURDAY' FEBRUARY 24 1923. ' PRICK FTTH CENTS 1 IB ID T I ! I M I Tia Juana is Scene of Wild Confusion Fol- lowing Killing Caused by Quarrel Over Auto Smash-up. Tia Juana Mexico Feb. 22. While gay crowds were cheering the races at Tijuana and throngs were parading up and down the main street of the gay border town a duel to the death was fought on the Tijuana bridge nearby follow- ed by a small mob scene threats to lynch and burn. When the battle was over George Monteverde Jailor at the Tijuana caurtel was fatally wounded his brother Porfirlo seriously wounded and two spectators slightly hurt. Chester Carleton Colored who participated in the shooting was chased to the Caaino by Manuel Monte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 24 February 1923

iHK DALLAS KXPUKS8 DAIJ.AS TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 24 1923. uul suffered measly $20000000 loss in 1921 ec::::::3 to matiom eo'ed of fibe underwriters: TuEE-RuilfBS CF TTJS WASTE CLEARLY PREVENTABLE. Can it be "hat resident of Texas pally are not much couoerned about thf porsialeiitly mounting coat of living? That of course is highly unlikely; yet It appears that from f'.guree compiled by the Actuarial Bureau of The National Board of Fire Underwriters and made public today $19934268 vorth of prop- erty was burned in this state dur ing 1921; and this is a -waste wmc& Turned to una Instead of to smoke such a sum as Texas lost In 1921 would have built no fewer than 9S modern fir restrictive school houses at an individual cost of $200000. Applied as- much of It might have been to construction of good macadam roads to erection and maintenance of hospitals or to any one of a score of public works this amount of money would have d .finitely and substantially affects served the two-fold ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 24 February 1923

PACK TlfH .!: 4- j ttl is TEXHS TOWNS in Y4 LJ THE !AIiI'A8 EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 24 1923. . Dodd City School at the A. M. E. Church was well attended. Little Miss Blandean Brouder and Master Kenard Brouder went to Windon to visit their sick father. The Church of God has had a week of meeting they report agrand time. IJrenham Sunday School and churches doing fairly well. Revs. Jackson Bullard Ellis filled their places Sunday attendance very good. ' Mrs. Emily Carmacker died Tuesday Funeral at Mt. Rose Batlat church of which she was a member. She leaves a husband relatives and a host of friends to mourn her. We solicit your Fire and Life Insurance. Calvert Little Miss Matlene Ross is up after a. hard attack of pneumonia. Mr.- Ben Thomas was home for n few days but left Sun- day for Corsicana. Rev. M. L. Cov- ington is back from Dallas. Miss Dovie Sanders left for Houston. Miss Susie Sally is In the city. Mrs. Edna Redmon of Fort Worth is in the city visiting her sist...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 24 February 1923

'THE DALLAS EXPRESS PALLAS TKXAS SATUIWAV. FEBRUARY 24 1023. tuan four KEEPING THE SPORTS CLEAN. the Dallas r.xriu:ss MtMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Publlah.-d every .Saturday morolnt In tti year at 2000 tiwlaa Avenua by TUII DALLAS RXPUBSS rt'ULISUIKO COMPANY. (Incorporated) Dallaa. Texas. FOKEIO ADVERTISING RBJPIUB- gENTATTVEi T. n. T.lfl Company U8 gaatk Daa- fcta Mrc klc-aaa III. ... W. B. y.irf Company 404 Marfan ftuitr'tnK 11 Faat ftaaaea Street trie tark N. Y. . -. .. tt t Dallaa. Lnivrvu l m Texas aa Becond-claaa matter under Act of Conttreaa March. 1S7S NOTICE) TO THE) PUBLIC. Any erroneous reflection upon the character atandlnir or reputation of anr peron.-flrra or corporation which iay appear In the columna of The Lalla Express will ba gladly cor- rected upon lt beltiij brought to the attention of the publisher. THE DALLAS EXPRESS SUBSCRIPTIONS IS ADVANCE. One Year 225 fUx Months.... 1-25 Three Months... Blngle Copy ; .75 .05 IMPORTANT. r atiharlnf1nna mailed fo...

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