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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 24 February 1923

THE PALMS EXPRESS PALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY. S4 1023. Pace 5 ) When One Thinks of Hair and Toilet Preparations One at The Same Time Thinks of PORO COLLEGE TEXAS i ' " ' 1 "i i " rwt mi Fonti). Services were held at aKjhome of Mrs. Lulu Johnson Friday the other churches but at the C. M. E. church where we had no heater 'we failed to hold rejilar services as the weather was too inclement. Notwithstanding Rev. Benson was at his post. Services were hold at Elm Grove and Mt. Olive Baptist churches Tho influenza is still raging in and around Ponta the reporters' entire family was stricken at the same time and but for the timely aid of the good neighbors who came to his rescue that serious results wae - avoided. The reporter desires to ex- press a few words to show his ap- preciation for their timely aid and ask viod's blessings on all those who aided him during their illness. Mr. A. D. Cleaver's family was in bed at the last reports suffering with the "flue . Glad to report all conve...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 24 February 1923

THK DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 24. 1P23. V:K MX AL BUSINESS MOUeES. WMO CABJ YOU BETTER. ' Mi " A 1 lA U14k (J. liWUW V. ReMered Op- to nw-tnt Specializes la .... titling GLASSES Fine JEWELRY repairing In con- nection. tUVl N Ontral Aie at 1K1 St. U:'EDA CLEANED Cioanlng and Pressing I-adins' Work a Specialty Motto: "Others talk service ve We Give it." rtion u..wnt. i7si mn st 0. K. JACKSON Prop. 2-3-41 An'ue.etnm tfc re apf-alaa; ATLAMITA-OA8KV BH16 -STORK. . OIV . KIOBROART 1U tsa. .... will complete line at Irr I'l'itf Artl. i.n. k1m l imn Cltile". (miilln an Oala ItrlukH of all klaiU. e im.IIiU yeiir buolnnta ami aaaa" you o4 aervlce. Prompt frea a- i.WCry. I hoii B.WlUt 2N00 Case St. : OMTO STEIMIUNS j 0 4 "toe your home NOV7 ELHCTRIC'jrY means convenience. ELECTRICITY means comfort. ELECTRICITY meanB cleanliness. WLKCTRICITY means economy. For further Informntlon Call U-24SS W. W. tK'-liKN'rt Mectrlclan ml Hall St Delia Texas H'&sn Cc'.sred Orphanage Sta...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 24 February 1923

THH DALLAS KXPRESS PAULAS TEXAS SATURDAY FEBIUTAKY 84 123. FORT NLWS MESDAMKS CKOOK AND BROWN HOf 'XESSES TO A. O. & A. CLUB Fort Worth Texas Feb 24. The Alphin Charity and Art club met Feb. 7th. 1923 at 3:30 o'clock at the residence of Mrs. Bartley ( Brown 1008 Humbolt. Mrs. Ben Tnhnann i.rpnided. The resrular rnntinn of business was carried out I including the report from sick com mittee. Plans were made for a St. VntanKiiA nattv in ho HVDn fit thfl residence of Mrs. Matilda Smith ' on East Ninth street. A delicious luncheon was served. Each place was marked by a dainty valentine a menu of club house sandwiches baked apple on' lettuce olives and coffee was served. Sixteen ladies answered n roll call. 'St. Valentine Entertainment. The residence of Mrs. Matilda Smith on East Ninth street was the scene of a very pretty party given by the Alphin Charity and Art club Feb. 14th from 4 to 6. Each guest registered and made a silver offering for charities. More than (10.00 was realized...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 24 February 1923

...Jk"V... THK PAIXAS'KXntESS PAIJAfl TEXAS 8ATVRDAY. FFBRT.TARY 24 1023. 1 ! ! I i j i 1 1 y i i " i '"V President Hardin Gives Clemency to Ilembers cf 24th Who Particip ated in Race Riot of 1917. Sentences of Ten Others Were Commuted to Life teiprisaameiit by Ex-President Wilson. Washington. Feb. 22 Although the offset over the alleged Insult official rcc.ont8.aro unavailable to and arrest of Colored women m agents it given out t the Mend of th troopers. Thl. was War eparlme.1 thai commutation aggravated by an order Issued Sim- . 1 ultanee isiy oy mo nuiuimu . yuucv . . .. ... ... . . A race that tne sowers mum u meimu of BPiitei.ct 4i.it in the Houston Texas. . riot caw of Auguisl 23 1917 has been granted to 20 or . more tnen now ecrrtnp sentences of lifo im- I Instead of "Negro trrops." What I exactly occurred during the Inter- l.rlitonmcnt at Leavenworth. Kan. It '5 "l ana int? uuuai vl not been explicitly learned. was reported here that no demoa- 4 ration was shown by -the pri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 3 March 1923

H-rt TTnntRlMi n t A CHAMPION OF JUSTICF A MESSENGER Of HOPE ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE B I DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE "The Republican Party Is The Ship All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. THE DALLAS KXVKESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 8 1923. VOL. XXX NO 19. ill! Tim mmmm mmm mm am mmmmmmmmmmMmMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm BIG BETHR HISTORIC A. H. E CHURCH GUTTED BY FIRE Atlanta Ga. March 3. "Big Bethel" A. M. E. church the sec- ond largest Colored church In the country erected at a cost $300000 and the pride of 'Atlanta as well as of the entire church connection was destroyed by fire last Friday. De- fective wiring was blamed for the holocaust which gutted the struc- ture leaving only the stone walls and the beautiful capacity of 1600 the largest floor space of any church in the city was started 30 years ago although some portions of It have just finished and has been the scene of many important gatherings a recent session of the National Negro Business League having been held there. Rev. R H. Sing...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 3 March 1923

THR IMM.AS KXI'RKSS PAI.US TEXAS SATUKDAY. MARCH 8 1023. (:'! TWO mmlw DEMI! Tfir.)U'; Rev. J. H. Smith pastor of Bel.ln-I A. M E. church; Hon. Win. McPonafd capitalist ot Ft. Worth. ....... Dr. R. T. Hamilton briefly re- counted thf civlc service rendered by Prof. J. I'. Stalks anI made public many of liis signal achieve- ments which had hitherto been un- known to the peneral public. Wns Anxious for Civic Improve- ment. Dr. Hamilton's remarks were in part as fo'luws: My Friends My heart ia deeply and keenly moved today and It Is with dif- ficulty that I find words In which to express the thoughts that come to me upon this Fad occasion .nd yet after such a lifei of usefulness i f unselfish service to God and to the people as was rendered by our departed friend whose remains are before us we rould exclaim with the poet: "How beautiful it Is for a man to die Upon the walls of Zion! to be called Like a watch worn and weary sentinel. ; To put his armour off and rest in Heaven! From what...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 3 March 1923

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAP SATURDAY MARCH 8 19JM. VAfiK TIIHI ij Uii ft. jm -Mti TEXHS TOWNS Hi 4 . . ' ..I.. Thornton. On account of incle- ment weather the Primatlve Baptist church failed to have services Sun- day. Mrs. Lulu Jones and ftjrs. A. B. Bolts made a flying trip to Calvert Sunday. Mrs. Lulu Fisher returned from Kosse Saturday where she visi- ted the K. of P. Lodge. Mr. Walter Wharton and wife are back In the city. Call every Sunday at the home of Deacon E. Kelley and get the Express. Prof. A. H. Mlms is prepar- ing a basket ball team for Jils school. Mr. Chas. Osborne and Mr. Tony Biggs made a flying trip to Calvert Sunday. Mrs. Ruby Biggs is In the city visiting her husband. Colored women stop talking so loud in the street Lampasas. Sunday services at the A. M. E. church was well attended. Rev. J. F. Knight preached in the morning Rev. J. F. Schoolby at night. Mr. Willie Briscoe left for Winston Ariz. Sunday. Mrs. Daisy Allen re- turned from Taylor after spending a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 3 March 1923

TUB DALLAS KXPRESS DALLAS TKXA8 SATURDAY MAKCH 8 1923. THE PALLAS EXTBESS PROFESSOR J. P. STARKS. XHE MIRROR M t il B R IVI.;.NAL NEGRO PRESS SSOCIATION. Published every Saturday nwrnlbg Vs tbe year at 2600 Swiss Avenue or THE DALLAS I PIIESS PDBLISUlJfQ COMPANY. (Incorporated) Pallas Texas. roitEia a siiTisisia rei iiK- BEJJTATrVEi r. n. 7.ift rompnoT eos sut D-r hn Street CMciik IP. W. H. Iff Conpaur 404 Bfor ralldlnK 1 Rut iiM htrwst. ht terte N. If. Entered at Post Office at Dallas Teisn. second -cIiAh matter under Act of Congress Marco. lilt NOTICE) TO THE PCBLIO. Any erroneous reflection upon tie character standing- or reputation of anr person -firm or corporation which may appear In t 'i colun ns of The Uallas Kxpress will be uladly cor- rected upon Its being brought to the Attention of the publishers. THE PALLAS EXTRES8 - subscriptions o advance. One Year 12.25 eix Months Three Months... Single Copy .1.25 .75 .05 IMPORTANT. No subscriptions mailed for a pe- riod less than th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 3 March 1923

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 3 1023. l'Z"9 ft VXXyyxxwyworxvy Llllia Burnley and Miss I hundred regulars by .March the 1st. AM&Mfi. Taylor were guest of rela-Uw re-rf.r fnr .hi. mi When One Thinks of Hair and Toilet Preparations One at The Same Time Thinks of HB 1 THE "QUALITY" PREPARATIONS KNOWN THROUGHOUT THE UNITED STATES AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES FOR THE GOOD THEY DO! WRITE PORO COLLEGE PORO CORNER ST. LOUIS E30. Maw rl ft f a fnp I a .. ill. UIdj uvea ion iuuci oi me ween. .. . . The Lanes Chapel Base Ball Team'Edna Williams J- E. Vaughns by one score on Chapel Hill Campus Mr. Ira Grant Mm. Mary Williams at the Lincoln-Washington celebra-'Mrs. Sarrle Arnwlne spent a few tlon. The W. H. S. of Laues Chapel duyg wUh hcilie folkg a Ponta ia8l WW :::::: M TEXAS TOWNS 1 ' imi 1 1 h" i i ! am i" in ii " mfc ' 'a i jT""1 I fcaa.ieawssiis;s.iu?.is i Ing was the program for the evening. Out of town guest were: Mr. and I Mrs. P. M. Roe and (Miss Edwards ! of Grandbury. M...

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

'' " vV -........ if.A.' ... ft'-i:' TKR DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXA". SATURDAY M.RCH 8 1923. iM!.t: six eUOMEOS MOUSES WHO CAPJ SEVE ; YOU BETTER. ii 1:2$. p. b. ccoies Ic Trca'nicnt of the i.n't Wacom rtljtcourftfred of the flu li:ta played havoc with your hair tint brace UP. write m rfnult will Ii an - to follow. Will promote lull jrrowlh of beautiful hair. To lho.i oV.'iinnfr to try my wondnrful hmr preparation will moil on request n full WN'k'a trial treatment consis- tmsr of Shampoo Hair Grower and i-irJeong OH with full inxt) jettons i-.iw to tii- the name for only $1.35. n- tni1 treatment will convince you of lU value. 1 also teach my method by mall or In person. Write for infor- mation and terms. MRS. P II. COOK k- .il all rtl-r 41KW1 Dallaa. UT.'ZEDA CLEANEPJJ Cleaning and Pressing Indies' yutk a Specialty Matto: "O 'ters talk service we V.e Give it." Pliona H..82Y. 1781 Hull St. Hat cleaned mid Blocked O. K JACKSON Prop. 2-3-4t ATLANTA CASEY DRUG STORE. 23d Cer Klmt W are ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 3 March 1923

THE DALLAS EXPHESS rAI.I-.AS TEXAS SATIUDAY MARCH 8 1023. PAUfc r.KVl? IMiiiiiHnmMiimioiii.iiMmniiiiiiuii ifiiiiiinmtmiiMOimm! IS'UWIIIlllllllfUllliiil1iiiMMiiin ";i4iiiiiiiii"iMiii miiw - - S 3 a a Es5 5 a 1 s a s s S i s 7TSHIIII0ll.ftlHiUlQlmW JiMiiiiiiiiiiamniiiiiiiaitin (ll(QI(HlDIUltHHHIDHlllIIMiauiiiiUiiPiiHM MY TWELVE YEARS IN BASEBALL- By Wm. Ross Pitcher for A. B. C.'s. Article 3. Indianapolis Ind. March 1. HOW THEY FOUND OUT I COULD PITCH The following Sunday we went to Fostoria to play we were to play two games one In the morning and another in afternoon. When we arrived that morning one of our pitchers was sick and we had only one pitcher left and that was Miller. Pullam and Dude 3tn were all up-set; Miller was to pitch the afternoon game but the QuenMon was who could we find to pitch the morning game? Pul- lam didn't know what . to do he asked the bunch if there were any one of us who thought we could pitch. All of the boys were willing to try I stood there and listene...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 3 March 1923

I. " .t f i v.. .- - -- .. . iHK PALLAS KTPRKSa. DALLAS '-KXAS SATTRDAY. MARCH 8. 1028. ll:lzr:t2 YaiLer Prizes Are Trips To Holy Land. (Continued from page 1) ttilli prohibits the use of Intoxl- chuIh and believes in more than one wife Faithful Mohammedans pray 4tv limes daily and wash their feet . .-ucti time before doing so. Their women wear veils which cover the lowc part of the face the eyes alone being exposed. Among them mr Tiaee is eaay and so la divorce a word with a little tuoney being fHiar.li to consummate either by a d(V irine huubaod. Yhe real cities "of Palestine are tow and prescRt a sight t. r different from our cities and the scenes may toe contrasted to the qiicfc simple liK(eral Ufa of the email towns and back-hill settlements of that land. In ttietn may be found all the pictures of the Orient. A succession of narrow crooked streets always filled with brilliancy atiired peo ile: low stone damning: a row of disarranged but Wfcil stocked shops; cooiitiena minarets ...

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

UNITS' OF ?CS g vJ. I ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE I DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE A OPTION OF JUSTICF 1 A MESSENGER OF HOPE I I funded by W. B. King. Tft Republican Party Is The Ship All Else It The Sea." Fred Douglas. : VOI XXX ' NO 20. ' . THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 10 1923. PRICE) FIYB CENTU Explosion of Lamp in Kitchen Supposed Cause of Blaze Which Cremates Child and Forces Inmates to Jump Through Win- dows to Safety. Charred Body of Baby Found In Mr Gutted House. Mother Away Man Ksoae Through Window- Elder Child Forces Way Through Burning Mass to Safety. Two badly burned' walls stand- ing many articles of burned fur- niture and personal effects a char- red floor and a pile of burned de- bris were the only evidence of the humble home of Mrs. Annie Brooks 3619 Fuqua street which was con- sumed by fire early Monday morn ing about 6:30 a. ra. In which her baby girl lost her life. The most gripping scene in this fire eaten area came after extin- guishing the blaze by the firemen...

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

Wlhh WORK-:0N n -y r i t i iirpjnimsi And Industrial School Building Program Have to Stop? It is up to the People of Dallas and Texas. a7ooo pan E DICKSON COLORED ORPH OF GILMER TEXAS APPEALS FOR HELP Gilmer Texas Feb. 19 1923. AN Al'PfcAL TO THE CENEHOUS PUBLIC: The campaign for the Dickson Colored Orphanage wlil open in Dallas on Feb. 25 1923. We are aBklng the co-operation of every law abiding American citizen. Orphan children are coming In every day the Institution la growing larger and more expensive and we need a greater support. Is It right to train and educate an orphan T If so who will helpT We lost by fire this year three buildings the bulldlngB- and contents were more than $25000 loss. The girls' dormitory known as the It. C. Buckner and Phillip Sanger Hall. The office building the boys' dormitory known as the O. I. Ha- bert Hall was destroyed by fire with their contents. We are appealing to the generous public for $107000. For buildings $60000. .'or water supply $10000; ...

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

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS. TEXAS SATURDAY. MARCH 10 1028. iff -v ttt II T .. .. ' i 4 (' r TTTTTTTTTTTTf T TTfTTTTf 1 i EXHS Athens. On account of the down your race enterprlseEE.'' closed Sunday night with the excep- tion of the church of God. Sunday morning service at the A. M. E. church was largely attended lira. Emma Richardson -died after 3 years Illness. Funeral held 'from church of Ood of which she was a member. Burled with A. 0. of Pilgrim honors. Rev. C. Davis officiating assisted by Rev. C. H. Pugh of the A. M. E. and Rev. A. O Oarman of Mt. Providence Baptist church. The A. M. E. Senior choir rendered services for the oc- casion. Steward-Carlton Undertaker had charge of the remains.. Mr. O. W. Tucker manager. Mrs. Lorena Overton and Ruby C. returned tto her home in Kerens after two weeks visit with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Richardson accompanied ' by lltttlG Bettie Lee Postell. Mrs. Mary Pranks of Itasca former resident of this city is here visiting relatives and fr...

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

THE DA IX A 8 JlfPRESS PALLAS TEXAS BATTRDAY. MARCH 10 1923. t;:h mixas exfki:ss CORE HELPFUL SIGNS. L C ' . M B E R NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday morning In tha year at 2D0O bwisa Avenue by f'HB UA1.L.A9 FX PRESS rCIILISlUHG com pan r. (Incorporated) Dalian. Texaa. FORRIO AnVKRTISIIfQ BKPRB- pf:ntativki W. B. r.ftt Company 608 Roath Der- kaa Street. ('hlrnuo. 111. W. K. 7.1ft Ompatiy 04 Martea ri.tl.Hntr lia Kut Kaaaaa Street Dew Vork N. V. Entered at Post Office at Dallas Tftxai hi aecond-clnflM matter uader act or I'onurrenn Marcn koticb to Tno rriiLio. inv errnneotia reflection VDon the character. Btnndlnr or reputation of any person firm or corporation which wn.ny appear In the columns of The Ijailas l'Jxprens will be gladly cor- Tected upon Its belna; brought to the attention or me puoiianers. THE DALLAS EXPRESS sruscRimoxs 15 adyance. One Year $2.25 Btx Months 1.25 Three Months . .. .75 81nele Copy.... .05 IMPORTAKT. No "subscriptions mailed for a...

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

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATTBDAY MARCH 10 1028. 12 rs 6 When One Thinks of Hair and Toilet Preparations One at The Same Time Thinks of Ilk PORO COLLEGE ms 5M TEXAS Milford. Sunday school was well attended at all churches Rev. G. L. Coleman pastor of St. James A. M. E. church preached excellent ser- mons both morning -and night. St. James A. M. U. church has organized a Junior church and it is doing nicely. Rev. J. J. Thompson uastor of Mt. iMoriah Baptist church prea- ched at this church Sunday. Madams Emma Hall Lula Prison and. Mr. George Malona went to Pittsburg to attend tho funeral of their sister Mrs. Angle Wright. Ladoniiu -Services were well at- tended at the C. M. E. church. Rev. M. Mallard preached to a crowded house at 11 a.m. text John 4:25. At 3 p.m. he preached a special ser- mon to the men. Honey Grove.-C?-M. E. Church; services were well attended Sunday. S. S. lesson was enjoyed by all. St Paul A. M. E. church ; ser- vices were well attended Sunday-at the A. M...

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

it " . ' .' ' ' . .'.i.jt' .... .J-..ii.-aij-' " ''' .... . t n . ..t.V..U..-. i .. . w ..u -a .a . ir juma - - THE PALLAS EXPRFSS DAI.TiAS JRXAS SATURDAY. MARCW 10. 1023. oslnes. Mouses Who Can. Serve; You Better rr i i i p. n f : P. IX COOK'S Treatment of Sci:.i.ifo -. .:. m m. write me results will f.e sure to follow. Will promote a ' i..u .. v. .r if.u.if.i hair. To 1 liust il.-.iinnff In Iry my wonumur nn P' ' ...... . .im !ii mi nmft will man on iedei e. full wckn triwl tretuineiit- eonsls- in' nf f hm(ou. Hair tJ rower and ! i.-.l.i Oil with full Instructions Imw t.i use the name for only $1.35. On tri.i' treatment will convince you of Its ' c ue. I bI.ho lenrh my method y niil r lii ieron. Writ for lnor- naliiir and lt-jm. MIIS. p n. COOK Mnll nil order 4&St Jio Italia. I r S-S-4t ' I WiliE YOUR HOr.IE NOW. KMOCTRIOfTY mean convenience. lOUOCTniCITy meaiiB comlort. '.MM f V IILKCTRIC1TV nieana cleanlinesi . IJLKCTRIGITY meana ecoaomjr. lVir further information -Call ly r...

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

DALLAS EXPRESS PALLAS TEXAS. SATTRDAY MARCH 10 lfttS. pa;k : V.V '( "5 1 TEXAS Gilmer. Prof. Phillip of Dallas Hlirh school is now a member of the faculty ot Dlckdon Colored Orphan- aee Prof Philips' made a strong talk to the student body Monday morning. Miss Irene Choyce the principle of the colored school at Summerfield was in Gilmer Sutur- day on business. Prof. Alex. Ingritn is still making good selling grocer- ies. Mr. Alfred Henry the brother of Prof. Henry passed through eu- route to Tyler. Dodd tUjVS. S. well attended. 11 a.m. Rev. Stephens occupied the pul- pit Mrs. Mary Johnson was buried here rMday. Mrs. Johnson was a great church worker and also a member of the Daughters The Dodd City Svhool closed with an excellent program. Henderson. Mrs. Wary Waters died March 1st and was burled with Household of Ruth honors. Mother Zlon service was good; all depart ments well attended. Dr. Sears occu- pied the pulpit for the day. Services well attended at Wesley Chapel C. M. E. churc...

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

Tire DAii?..ia exprf-ss l.illas texas Saturday mauct 10 1023. rih Charred Body of Vzhy Found ia Ruins of Fire Gutted House. (Continued from page 1) Road Department here was shot to deaf?- in a store last iturday night 'ay a Negro believed to have been tne one he brushed against on the street a short time before. Johvjon after was arrested and hold for the killing. He was spirit- ed away from the Clalnesville Jail Sunday after officers had expressed fear of mob violence. Warrants Are Served. The warrants were served on Wesley Fowler Robert T irner M. A. Reeves V. A. Cowan C. E. ... 'Smith V. I ' Arnsta. Jnhn Ttfltim- y au:(!oa was nrs'. attracted . 7 " 7 i o by the .mashing of window panes. S ''c; Vh I ran to the door and I at r Mr. T. IAI1 ".L J o mi'T. Mr 1 1 . u... Davis. All or the men are employes W. Walls of 30J3 luque going . ... 0.-- t v ..... .. i. . .. ' . or tit State Road Department ol toward the fire alarm box run- ... 4I . .... T.. hi. 1 . i . ..IGainesville Fla. and th...

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