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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 26 April 1919

i'amo no: TEXAS TOWNS riiV. DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 2G 1919 UU Lb uii L a f LTu ' lHj Li Li Lb ltA U I' 4 PARIS. Parts Texas April 24. The Paris Camp of the American Woodmen will -celebrate the eighteenth anni- versary of th order on Sunday April 27th at 3:30 p. m. attaint Paul Baptist church. Rev. J. W. Maye- will preacn tne anniversary sermon. A very interesting program will be rendered. I Hon. W. E: King editor of the Dallas Express will come to Paris Sunday May 4th under the auspices of the Negro Advancement League. Mrs. A Black underwent a very se- rious operation last Thursday at the Hygela Sanitarium. The operators in eluded Drs B. L. Boswell and F. D. Ramsey. The Sanitarium is now full of patients. I Mr. S. & Shelton left Saturday nlgbt for Ardmore Okla. where he will spend a few days with relatives and looking after some business mat- ters. The oldest sob of Elbert Parker suffered an amputation of his left arm. He had a fall three weeks ago which bro...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 26 April 1919

n TIIK DALLAS EXI KE.W DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY AdilL 26 1919. .! t - TEXAS TOWNS i;-.;.m:f 3.ovk. t -.I n-- Grove Th.ih April 24. Tin r p'rn'.r:t.n at C-t.stlantl Bap- d.urcn tmclrr the supervision !. Lewis and 5'iaH il(rle;i.H.' 'i..:i;i'.m inti.'i:;' us li:Jst rendered ru.ic fi rro'lit lo hiking part and ICa&l- i.'.ni! church. licv. J. H. t-Uvan.ry preached a very pMi i ..'1 cxicnUve sermon at li !n k. to an mlelliL-e'it audience. 'J ii Jvii.iicr program ut K'h M. K. imilf-r lliti au.-ipiri-tt t.f Madams Ice T;t!ir and - ! J'arlfer was cx- ccll.nt. Mr. Mattel Grant pleasantly gur-ni.-! ii Mrs. Cherry Gray .to a nix o'clock t:.i -c!ebr'ii ion in honor of her birth day. - Rev. W. K Witlthail preached u rviixfocttfn Hernum Sunday morn- ing at 5 o'cl'n It to a large audience. Mtn.-ir. tenuis'" Pollard Aiit.tin. llol- iin ami wife and Min Olilo I'ollard jwiioivii over Sunday evening. .VettHrs Clem John Smith and sev- 'ial others t-pent a pleunant day at ihtJ homo of Mrs Nannie Went S...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 26 April 1919

rACi. ?v.i::i U for Kansas Clty.Hhelr future home. Mrs. Ruble Lee Bailey end Mr. Dal- las . Denton were married Saturday night at her aunt's home Mrs. A. Wesley they k-ft tor Dallas thbir future home. We hope for them a smooth sail on life's sea. . THE ROAD TO SUCCESS WORK TEXAS TOWNS. )QJS M PREPARATIONS THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 26 1919. 1 : si rALESTlSK. . - several weeks ago is now able to be about Mrs. Sharkte of Houston lectured at the Baptist church last Sunday afternoon In the interest of educa- tion. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Campbell and daughter Miss Willie May of Nacog- doches spent Saturday in Rusk visit- Keels. ' ' - .1 ing relatives. They made the trip Kev. Mr. Dumirey eunaay scnooi over larid jn tneir car. Missionary was in the city a few JIlBg Wlule Maa Corki who hag Palestine Texas April 24. Rev. W Boliver Davis preached for ' the South Union BaptiBt church Sunday night to a crowded house. Mr. Ralf Keels of Longvlew is visiting his brother Mr. Johnnie...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 26 April 1919

HI A THE DALLAS KXI'RKSS. DALLAS. TEXAS. SATURDAY APRIL 26 1919. r s ' a C R nisei Texa. A nil 24. Easter v rarr' out nicely at Sunset Ni-.i Zum ami Rinimr .Sua. Rev. Vti!.:;is preached ta side ser.don at S-Y.il!" t ai. li:3i to an evxious con- :m : iiiiuii. Rev. .Mushy preached . a ui Hiirrhc; sermon at Hibin. Sun ul 1 l:"u. .Ho seotm-d bo ft Ms ! it. Collection $27.90. lie was call- ed t.i t'jft-i t!H tiiU Sunday evening to ati.-nd the funeral of c-:c of li it nuiiii.ti.i Mrs. Milium Hovvd who died ;ii lii-it Friday. A nicely arranged program was f.in i.-l out at New Zion tind Sun- sit Ir'uud.'-.y I .'.tit The gcliool closing ifi last Mtiuay lili-dit was wltiKMbtd by a multitude) of people. Ibere were uomo distinguished visitors from Mm l'.;t. Mr. J. II. People. in a noted bo Mst and loft a larding Impression on tho peoole of this community Also Mii'a M. V. Johnson Is a ex- cellent nniMielan who played for the exhibition and also I'li.n-.T ir.jxraiu. Mnt Ml.seiila Jackson was in W...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 26 April 1919

pace ::ne DALLAS LOCALS m Jr :l i; ALBA AUSTIN CITY EDITOR THE PAIXAS EXPITESa DALLAS TEXAS 8ATCEDAY. APRIL gt; 1019. QUEEN CITI. Queea City Texas April 26. Sun- day was u hlfli day at St John Primitive Baptist church. Services began at 11:00 o'clock alter a warm prayer meeting the paBtorvia the person of Rev. S. M. Brltt of Mexia Texas preached a stirring baptism sermon to a large crowd the con- gregation then retired the water side at the west end of Casey street near the Katy . bridge and witnessed a great baptism. Six candidates were baptised after being dismissed the great crowd returned to the church at 4 o'clock p. m. the right hand of fellowship extended to the candi- dates' after a few instructive re marks a long the line of discipline the pastor then preached a -great Easter sermon. Rev. 8. M. fcrltt Is a coming young minister. We are proud of him. Collection fifty dollars and sixty cents. At night a great Easter program was rendered in honor of the Sunday school and Y. P....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 26 April 1919

THK DALLAS KTlTtFSS DALLAS TEXAS RATllMlAY APRIL iti 1919. 'I i' '' J. t t (or THE KXIGHT TEMPLAR'S EASIER EXERCISES AT "STOP C WAS A CHRISTIAN FEAST. Ft Worth. Tex: April 24 1919 Yea the citizens ranie as they said and lined up plenty of automobiles to accommdate the crowds coming via Dallas Biid Ft. Worth oa the Intel-urban. Everything wan arranged for their coming a treat for which any city anywhere would have been proud. Arriving at the elation the big delegations at once took car for Cowansvllle one and a half miles away hut even along that short spaiul inhaling the fragrant odor of the Moral kingdom dispersed along the way one was vividly reminded of that memorable morn and those two godly women went bounding up the highway towards Jerusalem wnen tne aew was sun kpbikuhk l-pon the r.oral whirs oi creation the chirping of the musical songsters of the bow and as the f ran rant odor of nature's boquet pur- mcatcd the very air on that balmy Easter morning being the first nics- sen...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 26 April 1919

1 THE PALLAS FXHtESS. PALLAS. TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 2ft 111. vm.v. n ; t lete Housekeeping Outf i OOZING PICTURES ft New and REBUILT FURNITURE for every room in your house at figures far - below regular asked for prices. There's a page in our Credit Ledger for You r nn Mr Jul in Jll Ill) ! Say 5CI100L 4 3211 COCHRAN STREET lb LJ Charge '4- II ff Terms S 17.50 Cash ' S2 00 Weekly 6-Piece Mahogany Bed Room Suite Complete This big offer comprises large dresser chiffonier and nd dressing table with crystal quality mirrors and com- modious drawer room massive four post bed chair and rocker to match all for 1 -' -1 "''--"'-J t ;fe2SSi !f erasy'' ?50 Cash sl 50 Weekly 8-Piece Complete Dining Robin Outfit This suite includes a heavy extension table massive buffet and six chairs in solid golden oak. an exceptional value that cannot be "matched at the price elsewhere $ 'Terms.-.. $7 50 Cash" $1.50. Weekly 5-Piece Tapestry Living Room Suite For very little money this offer gives you the same mm...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 26 April 1919

UD1 1ATXAS BXPKKSSf PAIXAfr TEXAS SATURDAY AfRIT 26 im. ..AaVV? AAA ??? ??? V?? VV n V t c ' " !"' I s " f ; ' i i i 1 . i L - - " ' -Ai.' ' A A .V ..a .1 a a' A . .ALA A. J K AA'AA'AA'k a . aa. VA. A'AA'AAA 4 A A . A A aA A 'aU .a. a a V aaa'AA'AA Am mm . mW-WWWWy V 'a U .-InJ 1 bk u bo b : 4 ..;"' " A r t' " f ; v t- ' 41 V V I vv w V w t VV vv VV VV A- VV " VV i : vv. A VV r j. A A VV W 4 i i t i 4' n ; . x : V X i. w i t M r v 'V' A VV i vv Tc V v '. -; f f V v AV I A z ' 4 s 5 - .1 ! V - v V . 0 "-.A 5 JOHN HARRIS MANAGER JOHN HARUI3 Sunday. April 27th The Bed Glove FwUiu-ing Marie Walcamp Thomas Llngham and Alfred Allen. A continued Btory every Sunday. DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS . IN ' ' . " .' ' ' .. r-r . He Gfiines Up Smiling One of his latst five reel-western dramas; featuring Marjorle Daw Kathleen Klrkhum Frank Campean Herbert Standing Albert McQuarrle and Bull Montana. - v Douglass Fairbanks In the role of Jerry Martin a tramp or rather a young chap who tires of existence as a ba...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 3 May 1919

' .inn' I f i iff . ( ' . v " . - ! V f '"'-'( rounded by W. E. King. "The Republican Party Is The Ship All Elss is The Sea.' - Fred Douglas. TOL. 2 KO. 29. TAB DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS 8ATCEDAT MAI t 1919. r-.'.a " f ta 1; j N !j h f !. j i I M I F!h Ml! f r 1 1 1 fte f Li 01 p p fl II i i La LJ Li i I J i : - h- I 1 41 f. . f V. i M s 1 5 1 1 - IILill'SFBCH MKIIH III CHICAGO ;Cns Race Man Shot Trouble Arose Over Attempt ot Colored Eoys to Protect a Little Race Girl From Interference ot White Rorts White Dailies interested. (The Associated Negro Press.) - Chicago HI. May 1. A young riot -was staged last week which caused the shooting of one man of the Race r William Eppu 23 who is lying at the point of death in Provident hos- pital. The daily papers declare that the trouble started when two white boys were passing on bicycles and were stoned by Colored boys. The boys went to get other boys to "clean up the gang" and wore in turn Joined by older persons and their parents with sti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 3 May 1919

TV. at Si. - THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JUT . it A'.M. '"A.- TEXAS LVncy Orovv Texas May 1. Sua- i'.iy kAvvA at riu'Ji of tLa churches woie iiorSy attouded on account of im U !ru:iry f the weather. Mrs. Florence K.'fehy 'as pleas- ant caller nt tho lmmo of Trof. ami Mrs W. J. Taylor Sunday. Mrs. Flora Scarlet' after a few days' visit with her Mcr left for Dallas Sunday. The Bradley high school pfenle at Gaiildins Park served as quite a treat to boys and girls after the picnic the boys crossed bats with Paris high school boys scores 4 to 3 la favor of Bradley hij:h school Honey Grove. Miss Nina Loggln and Mrs. Lula Sntll were called to ClarksvUlo Sunday to attend the fun- eral of Mm. Tllla Llndaay. . Rev. J. R. Swanccy was called to SL Mark to conduct the ordination of the deacons. Madams Farmle Humphrey Flora Scarlett Allle Jack-pen- and Jemima Taylor . motored over to Koxton to Tialt the school cf Mins Vivian Iliurs. Mrs. Mary ' Richard and Mr. Sam DoRdson were united...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 3 May 1919

TEE DALLAS EXPBESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY MAY .S. 25000 MORE PORO AGENTS WANTED Equipped with the Very Latest Apparatus for Teaching the i Poro System of Scalp and Hair Culture and Terms Moderate Poro Corner Dept. A-12 TEXAS . SOUOff LAKE. Sour Lake Texas May 1. The Mt Hose Baptist Sunday school were largely attended Sunday and Quite an Interesting discussion developed $4.38 was raised. The Tyrees A. M. E. Methodist Sunday Sshool reports a good at- tendance. B.6V. C C. Reed the wide awake Baptist minister was on duty at Mt. Rose BaptlBt church preach- ing at 11 a. m. and at 8 p. m. to an appreciative audience at both meetings $117.00 was raised. Rer. C. L. Leo filled his appoint- ment at Grayburg Sunday and re- ports a good meeting. The Royal Sons and. Daughters of Progress had their annual sermon preached Sunday and Rev. Harrison A. Young Methodist 'preacher con- ducted the services and preached an able sermon $14.50 was raised. Mr. H. : N. Renson one of Beaumont prominent business ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 3 May 1919

a r- - ' a i ti 1 tvry -1'iJn morning (.PSV. ( Ire. Oi poi alt.'U) I'll II ft Texan. . 1rk Or!i-- Frost & Front J l'4. il.i.h .-' n 1 hjjii.io o;i.i-. Krot & Froet Boy- - l-'uiioms- Atlanta inm-. Front Frost. Cao- . r l.'iiH-ii. Mii-viit- cillif l-'rnat & Front In- ! I'm dent I.lf'J liiitiumg. w. k. Hisn Editor J. It. JORUAK. Xiua. Kntr4 at tort Offlco at Im!l T'-Att. pn i'H'oiiE'!lH mnt-r untirr of lonareaa HRh IMIOHTAKT. No eoh-rtpt1ona malted tor rrui4 Ui&u three Month. Payment tor umi aiunt b CO oenuu aipMSCIUFTIOK IN ADVAflCK. Co Yar $150 Fix Months 76 ir-e Months..... tnele Copy OS KOTJCH TO THE IT-UHC. Any rroneou reflection upon th Kiaiaeter atandinft or reputation of ttj' peitotn turn or corporation whf'ih rmty upp'ar In tlie column of The 'ictiaa Kxurf" will t gludly cur- r -i t upon lt bflntr brouiut to the Ututiou of tho publltitivra. i SATURDAY KIT & Tho league of Nations child la at orphan. It will soon find no one t- clflrn kin to It Co to church t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 3 May 1919

TffE DALLAS EXTBJSS PALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY KAY JU " PLAY and PLAYERS TEXAS TOWNS DALLAS fROFESSIOHAL. BASE BALL AND OTHER SPORTS m . COrELASP. Copeland Texas May 1. The clos- inir exercise at the Counland Citv school of which Miss Elizabeth Wright is principal was a grand tiffair. The picnic was attended by people from Elgin Bices. Crossin Thrall Littig Say ersville Taylor and adjacent community. N Taylor and Coupland boys crossed cava iu uie vwruuva auu ug game resulted In a score of 5 to 7 in favor of Taylor. . The basket ball girls of Taylor and Coupland played friendly games. The closing exercise was rendered In one of the largest white buildings In Coupland and It was crowaoa to its uttermost capacity both white and Colored. There was ' tint Anniirh rrnnTn and Mni wtr in Coupland to supply the demand. During the day. Arithmetic and Snell- Ing contests were had and 8. T. Brown of the 4th grade of Coupland won in the Arithmetic while Willie Lee Lewis of Taylor won In the Spelling ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 3 May 1919

i'.v; TJIK DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY MAT 8. TEXAS WACO. Va .- Ti-xaa May 1. Three coah- vb oC ;iu rt went to HiHslioio l.ist .Suml.ty to celebrate the aniil- v.Mt Hiy of Key. Mr. Bells c'uurch on Clmivh ntr.ut. A very enjoyable lime it. w.ih. Mrs. OHiO Ijever Mt Vvdl-ielay before host for Wichita to rtxirlo. Tlic Iiiiih school Kavo a recital at C. T. C.; lat Mon- day ziinl.t for the benefit of the Ath-l.-Uc clul). Mr. A. H. Andrewa of I'Uiladolphla- has bei u iu tow a on IniKlnoF.s. He loft liixt Friday for b's homo. North NlfchUi Street Waptlut church went "over the top" la finance rais- ing $101.02. Kcv. Mol'honwn and coiiKrefire.tllon doHerve much credit and praise for their effective team work. Old brother Vrcseott passed away recently. In recital at St Jan. H. K. c'.vucb. Samuel Huston Choral club lat Monday night. They drew largo HiiulimcPM wherever they are. We are sure Waco did her beat In tU'a way. MrH. t Suiiler ran over to Dallas to visit her sloler Mrs. MofTnt...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 3 May 1919

TEE DALLAS EXTEESS I ALIAS TEXAS 8AH7BDAT MAT a. TEXAS ' ponta ' Ponta Texas May . 1. Sunday acbool.was well attended at all the churches Sunday. Plainview C. M. E. church will pull off a grand educa- tional rally here on the first Sun- day May the 4th. Woodvllle C. M. E. church pulled off a a grand timo on Easter with Rev. W. M. DouglasB' as pastor who preached a powerful sermon to the largest congregation here from many years. Bro. Douglass is a very able speaker. Collection $40.71. Services were also well attended at Pine Hill Christian church Rev. William J. Henry filled the rostrum collection 1 14. 20 at Mount Hebron Presbyte- rian church a lovely crowd was as- sembled and enjoyed a soul stirring sermon delivered by Rev. F. Hill P. C. . ' Mr. Sterling Nelson of 'Cuney was here 'Saturday on business returned Sunday. Mrs. Laura Hollingsworth of Terrell visited In Ponta last week the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Walker returned home Friday. Mrs. Alzena Nelson of Cuney Is visiting r...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 3 May 1919

;... ;.:.::v'n.M !.'. rvUl T.-xna. Mar 1. Kev. . j-ivt.-l.rtt Rev. IUll't annl- .:(ry si ri .on Suni'.ay. i.v. irirriioa preached oxcciKmt (.. ;"i -ii.in kt i'i. Paul M. D. chur; n v.iy. Hm members are working !. i d to make this a banner year. i;.-v. lwU is conducting & revival h(. I t. J;um-i r.a;ti!it church. The . . . .-i .Up la getting together for i-:':.-r woik in the future. ...( . .vi's report nlee corn crops ..l a re busy planting cotton. Mrs. Ad Kidd ha returned to Cr'-envl)!o after three stay whh relatives hero. Tho klndergar- !a behool cbv.ed laiit week. The j:aver.ts are. well pleancd with the Interest M.H8 Hush-ea baa taken In t'wir little cb jir:': several were li ;;: iivt. A prrm was rendered. Death: mii.8 Vi5:4 Lindwy. She wis Christian yowc; lady. A de-voti-d if of St. James Baptist church. Eevu. IJIark Harrison and Lew la ofilcialed. Interment " P.aptist cemetery. Mrs. M C. and Mis A. B. Hughe "! have Tuesday for Gershorn . . 4. and t!:er points In Missls- f.i...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 3 May 1919

1 1 THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS ft VT CURAT MAT . DALLAS LOOAL !3 IMC 31 KT"J ET li J. ALBA AU8TIN - CITY EDITOR SZ ' EH AEW ADM INI ST RATIO S FOR3H3TG A STROM LUXE-IT. ' Swimming Pool for Colored Will be Built - . - ' 'A Mayor Wozencraft and Board of CommftislonerB are getting together clusters of fast teams for th admin istration of the city's affairs for the next two seasons. . New appointees ' are replacing va- cancies made by the outgoing admln- ' latratlon's annointees. The new Park Board made VP ' business men and .only one member of the old - Board " remain and that Is Emit Frets who has been a mem- oer of the Board under four adminis- trations. . Yhe new board held Us first meet- ing Monday . morning and presented a request to the Mayor and Commis- sioners to issue and i sell 1150000 worth of the $300000 park bonds voted at the April election. Three swimming pools wUl be the first ' Improvements. . One will be built In Fair Park one In Lake Cliff and one at Cochran str...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 3 May 1919

. V.. ' TJ'K 1UT.iS Fri?T'RR IHTXAS TFXAS P4TI.BI)AT MAT 8 1919w FCi"T 1VCHTE tttV.'S Jlmong fcie Ghui?6hes J. EL SWANSON. Reporter IT Office 1301 E. 9th Street ill flnnrA'-: - ( AOo 1 lllf I lb i 4 l'irt Worth Tcx; Mr.y 1. Miss Belle Burton onti of the partus In tho unto wrecked on South Main T. & P. Crossing near the round uou. on tho 12ih insL In which two wom- en were killed l eUU in St. Joseph hofpital but reporti-4 ut dong as well as could be expected. Mies Bell Bu.sialned several painful and daa- ricrous wounds about tho head and body. Last Sunday nilit a party of Joy riders were knocked clear from an. automobile at the railroad crossing on K. Sth street near the Henley's Kh-vator Co. It was reported that no one was injured but the the au- tomobile was broken smashed and KpUiUered beyond recognition. A string ot box ears which hi'.d been "kicked" by a switch engine unob- served by reason of another string or cms on a sine iraca cianueu ww the automobile. News contributors...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 3 May 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS PHLAS TEXAS 8ATrEDAY MAT 8. ueliee n nOVING PICTURES U -nnnnnm New and REBUILT FURNITURE for "every room in your house at figures far below regular asked for prices. There's a page in our Credit Ledger for You .JS III I 1 . I I ( school L . n l i 3211 COCHRAN STREET Charge 99 Terms $17.50 Cash $2 00 Weekly 6-Piece Mahogany Bed Room Suite Complete . ' This big offer compriBes' large dresser chiffonier and and dressing table with crystal quality mirrors and com- modlous drawer room massive four post bed chair and rocker to match all for .. . II. hi C l;ik. HQ Li. J"-. -TV-.1' rr-iCiJI' J Terms $7.50 Cash $1 50 Weekly 8-Piece Complete Dining : Room Outfit This suite includes a heavy extension table massive buffet and 6lx chairs In solid golden oak an exceptional value that cannot be matched at the price elsewhere. 50 Terms $7 50 Cash $1.50 Weekly 5-Piece Tapestry Living Room Suite . For very little money this offer gives you the same quality shown In bigger stores at...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 3 May 1919

i)Ui .Hn r:.' - rx: rs tkxas. s itubpat mat ma.- 1 t r- L "'""ZD nnr ' J V.J I i JOHN HARRIS MANAGER V f 'I .: gF3 ASPo) - i - . U LI u i I i j i ! ! i i I i JOHN fl ! ' I I- I.I - - III I.. 1.1 II. IIll 1 1 I 1 1 II Sunday May 4th "wrm tbb GLOVE" Featuring Marie Walcomp Thomas Llnghain and Alfred Allen i A continued story every Sunday. Also a brand new picture. "The Border Haiders" A western play featuring Neal Hart running Sunday with Adults 17 cents; "THE RED GLOVE." AIbo a two-reel big Bee Comedy running with "THE RED GLOVE." V' Monday May 5th TIE SILEilT :f YSTEItY Featuring Francis Ford Mae Gaston and Rosemary Theby continued every Monday. Also "HONEST THIEF" - a two-reel drama ruifning with "THE SILENT MYSTERY." ' 1 " " Children 10 years old !1 cents ; . V ' ' Jzsso LLasky Presents n An ' v ' M l An Vv ' v ...... . ... ...... p-. p-"- V ( i i j j j V - i i t i y 1 .... x L . lJ t ... " B x if .f in F ft . ; J . - m c . 'Hi1 i -i Lj .-. ' " TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY MAYTH and 7TH ...

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