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

r good .viii intend 1 ALWAYS ROGRESSIVE j DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE 1 V4U UVU AVil Vt JWUti A MESSENGER OF HOPS -7 f i I i few -The Republican Party Is The Ship All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. reunded by W. B. King. 'J HE DALLAS EXTRESS PALLAS. TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 17 1923. PRICB FJVH CENT3 VOL. XXX NO. 21. n mmm u mm w m m m a s i e i h i i k '-s r j rxiiss i i j k 1 v. l 4 q p j i i U ill) liu yyy U IS UuJ iiiiibLy UVULUlOTn Call it "City of Freedom." Is Located on Seaside in Santa Clara Valley. Colony Contains 8762 Acres and is 100 Miles From Los Angeles. Ensenada Lower California Mex- ico' March 15.' (Pacific News Bu- reau) Thirty-seven miles from En- eenada in the beautiful Santa Clara Valley the Colored citizens of the United States hare established the first Negro colony and townbite Of record on the WeBt Coast of Mexico. In years past several unsuccessful attempts have been made to colon- ize the Colored people of the Staites In localities situated In the heart of Mexico bu...

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

2 4 f Tin) PAIMS EXrKKS3V.tU..U. TKXAS SATURDAY MARCH 17 W. I. - i nTv)U I J I i i (Dtp1 "p Hsiisi And Industrial School Building Program Have to Stop? It is up to the People of Dallas and Texas. I IT Tl 11 rr jffWa l i I v I i 1 t 1 mr mm mm'&xm i x i A li Y I C!(I! COLORED ORPHA OF GILLiEfl TEXAS APPEALS . FOR HELP Gilmer Texas Feb. 19 1923. AN APPEAL TO THE GENEROUS PUBLIC: The campaign for the Dickson Colored Orphanage will open In Dallas on Feb. 25 1923. We are asking the co-operation of every lav.' abiding American citizen. Orphan children are coining in every day the Institution Is growing larger and more expensive and we need a greater support Is It right to train and educate an orphan? If bo who will help? We lost by. fire this year three buildings the buildings and contents were more than $25000 loss. The girls' dormitory known as the R. C. Duckner and Phillip Sanger Hall. The office building the boys' dormitory known as the O. I. Hat- bert Hall was destroyed by fire w...

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

Tins PiATJJIS EXPRESS PALTiAS TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 17 102.1. patk rmirn 11 ' y tti tt TEXHS TOWNS It! zz JXX . . . JZJ J Greenville. Mr. John Kimble la " In the city from St. Louis visiting his mother. Matron S. club did not meet last week as Mrs. Rollins was ill but will meet with Mrs. M..A. Jackson this week. Rev. J. H. Hu- ghes is holding his first quarterly ' conference with Rev. Johnson. Rev. Greenwood of Jefferson is spending a few days in the city. Mrs. Ella Piles from Wolfe .City Is in the city. Lawton Okla Sunday School and B. Y. P. U. were well attended at the Galilee Baptist church; Rev. E. D. Parker occupied the pulpit. Services were enjoyed by all. Rev. F. W. Price of Guthrie preached at Bethelehem Sunday morning and evening. Sunday School was well at- tended at the A. M. E. church; the pastor Rev. Watts preached both morning and night. Sunday School at usual hour at Grant Chap- el A. M. E. church; the pastor Rev. Strowther occupied the pulpit Mrs. L. Ellison djed Sunda...

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

i hi f rovu THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS THY AS SATURDAY -MARCH 17 1923. lilt DALLAS CXrKKSS $100 TOR PLEASURE' KOW. KUai FOR A WORTHY CAUSE? Ffr ru r. . .. . Til& MIRROR of ..s Mm-T' MEMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PHESS ASSOCIATION. Published evfc. Saturday morning In the year at ZBl."' BwU Avenue by TWJ DAM.AS KM'ItlOSS FEUlaSUIXa COMPANY. (Incorporated) Dallas. Texaa. FOREIO ADVERTISING REFRR- REIJfTATrTEl W. B. 7. iff Company 008 Inlk Dear- lea 'rrt-t hirnno ltd. u. 7ir( oipnar 404 Msrtaa Pnlla:-- 11 f.ntt Numi Street ftew York. ST. T. Entered at Post Office at Dallas Texas aa second-clans malier under act or Concrreaa. narcn itrn If any one of us going about our duties should meet a waif black or white who who had no home no parents no clothes and ; no means of getting any other than through public chanty he would without hesitation give that child money clothes food and even a home if he had one. No one would need to urge him to it. Any one of us would do it of his own accord. Why the...

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

ft THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS. TEXAS. &ATIRDAY MARCH IT 1023. Taze a When One Thinks of Hair and Toilet Preparations One at The Same Time Thinks nf "PORO" wvvyvX) nl Mrs. Smith Mr. and Mrs. J. I xiWxAX Bricham. 'Mrs. Cullus Briehara. Mrs. F. Nixon and Mrs. G. Nixon Mrs. Miles. Monday while the school was dismissed for lunch the house in which school was held caught fir but by the quick work of the pupil and teacher the flames were extinguished. at Sweet Home A. M. E. Church; Rev. C. C. Calton occupied the pul- pit. Born to Rev. and Mrs. A. V jacKson. u i.uo 6.w. wuu a uu u- Brennam mother of Kobt. E attended the funeral of Rev. G. E. Staton. Mrs. Pearl White from Baileyvllle visited this week Mrs A. B. Posey Mrs. Susan Ronfro left for Houston Saturday to spend a few days. Mrs. Alberta Tyson has returned from Houston where she spent several months. Malnkoff. Sunday was pastoral THE "QUALITY" PREPARATIONS KKOWH THROUGHOUT THE UNITED STATES AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES FOR THE GOOD THEY DO...

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

TEXAS ; Hwnr' Ttiiro were no services fj Corolla .;hnpd. Kev. J. Dodd. p.'iil J.-'.1'. Thornton occupied their i.-r.rr(ivo pulpits Sunday. Presid- ing Cider A. '. Winn held qua eriy cirt-f Ki Woods Chapel. San- C .ii:Ui Miiry liol iiisott wa8 mar- . .! i.e. Mr. pom Campbell. Thurs- C. ' Vt'oifd CXljr'. rTha Imperial Sing- ers wsre in the city tl.ia week; they 8aiK Friday night at Ebenez- c imli to an intelligent audl- iirtd Sunday ewning at the iiilo Muthodint church to the rc- irwiinlalive cittwna of Wolfe City. ft; H. W. Worliiatn and Mrs. Susie t i.-x.re wore pleauait visitors In the city Sunday. Tho work 1b now pro- feresiiins nicely on die. school build- Ins; which will be f inched in a few) v.a. Mr. ana r.ira. ti. w. iHKf re-Uirned Sunday night after sev- en! dare in. Dallas. ltov. J. I. Gil nore reached at Ebenezar Church Ksmday night Mrs. O. C. Jackson of I I. Worth it in tho city visiting rrOMivea and friends Miss Paatoria v'svd was in the city Saturday frirt t.er Bdiool at...

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

THE DALLAS EXPRESS PALLAS TEA8 SATURDAY MAPCH 17 1023. j V.Tvyrrr copyrighted ; rrTT-- - v' 1'irriuAN instruction clib ORGANIZED ir BEAUMONT. Get Carried and Buy a HOME A Beautiful Home Puts Sunshine Into The Heart. A Beautiful Wedding With No Home Puts Sunshine out of the Heart. Love is a Masterpiece But Marriage With Nothing to Subsist Vpon or a Home of Your Own la a ' - "Knock out lrop For Love.' .'v JjCl Tk.l. u Vt-. T. n riarV nit Mn M VI Tnton onnlreH frnm lh "SOUTHERN MARRIAGE . ENDOWMENT A880CIATION" its United States Copyright and privileges to handle its COLORED fJflrnPfl DIVISION in Texas for COLORED FOLKS. ' hiuiiwb Upon the marriage of one of its members the ASSOCIATION pays $1000.00 9Pf1 If both of the contracting parties are members of the ASS'N 92000.00 will be paid. OiiU . Get married and buy a home and put sunshine into the heart. i Agents wanted all over Texas most liberal terms. Write today for particulars and inform- j'jj g tion and go to work. Address all commu...

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

r TEXAS SATURDAY. MARCH IT 1023. VAtiW J.lfilJT THE AIXAS K-v iVONDERS OF THE HOLY LAND AND . . . 5Staai(K0 5 AIIKAHAA WHY EVERY INISiliK SHOULD SEE THEM. flEWS ( . -.-lL . . fjAjhaAMaHltflMllfeffellllllIkNllltjlVIIII .ajOcaa.A.ail.a aB XAAAO..MAaAAM v. v s f t. X ft ; .- a; '1 S- ' x .' ' ' ' K . ' C K '' .( ' !( i a n ' . ( W .;( ) . u K ) "K r; r ... 11 UK prof j: p. starxs. THE ' FOIiTiOWIva NEWS AR- RIVED IS OUR OFFICE TOO LATE TO BE CLASSIFIED. By Mrs. Leila Walker Wilson which it is Bald covera the opot Vm. fm- r t Walker where Ji?uk Christ's body Wag President The Mme. C. J. Walker . . . b Nicodomua ..wa8 . A. 1 . " 3 DON'T LET THE CAMPAIGN FAIL:" J. P. Starb a few Jays before his death The 'Starks "Memorial Campaign To . the Local Lodges and Households of Ruth of "the Grand United Order of Odd Fellows Jurisdiction of Texas. ' ' CUBETING: Brother Starks our Grand Secretary is dead. He was laid to rest with the highest honors that hia lodge hia church and his friends could co...

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

Sa ivPHtifi. F;iV;-i-.iifK yf'i'-U" . I ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE 1 DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE A CHAMPION OF JU3TICF A MESSENGER OF HOPE M tTT mm jij r.unded by W. B. King "The Republican Party 1$ The Ship All Else It The Sea." Fred Douglas. . " VOL. XXX NO. 22. ; " T!lK DA1XA8 EXIRllSS DALLAS TKX.IS SATURDAY MARCH 24 1923. PRICE FIVE CENTt lippy If lifiira f 1 LUMBERMAN SAYS "SWAMP ANGELS" DROVE OUT NEGRO LABORERS. " Caruthersville Mo. March 23. A graphic account of the methods of white mobs that .have driven 2500 Negroes from PemiBCOt and Dunklin counties in the last sixty days was given by Ambrose Young 37 years old a Negro who was flog- ged and driven from Pascola. The authorities believe that the attacks were made by white workmen who object to their replacement by Ne- groes as cotton plantation workers. Young ' who is now In the Ne- gro quarter in Caruthersvllle told this story. "I came to Pemiscot County last July bringing my wife and children with me. I was born and raised in Mississip...

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

( TUB DALLAS KXPRKSS PALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 24 J02;t :uvniiiin:nritiM!ni!ai!ii!iiiiinntiiii!iii;Biii!!ii!MiiuitiiiiMiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiniiniiiiii!!Ui;iiii!ii:HDHiiiin aimiirHiCiMrauomii'iuni - 1 : l . s c: ; ui u i . . . 1 : i h j i 1 1 ; n j i : i ; i u m m u m i vn o i m n i u r?n n in i r a u i h u i m j r q ni u in u m cs ni ii 1 1 i 1 1 1 n in Liitiiitic3H i til iiJUtrnDii MiNiir iiai MrniMiiiaiiciiiiuiii QtuiHiMniauiMiuuiics i(i)UiiiiiiaitMiMMtiiC3iniijuiiiic3MiiMHHticai iiiiii "iTZtt ..-.'MH.i: iHiiariiiii! LZ3 ItllUlitlliir.illCi U!l!ID!lUIllt!IUIIIIIIIIIIUa!IIIIII!"IIQ!llll!ll!IIICIIIIIIIHIIIDIII!IIIIIIIIO"'llll!l!iaillUIIIIIUDII!IIIIIIIIIOII!illl'IIIIIUIIO A STATEMENT ot the Financial Condition of the N Grand Lodge Colored Knights of Pythias as of March 11923. 5 5 g a 1111 5 a 5 5 I 1 I 1 1 lill n d a a 5 H S lill S B S S 5 a u i s - s c & s a ill! u g o u lill long 3 S iiii eiie I I IS 17 'A u si r v a ::. n u n ASSETS: :? rj a ju a a or u u n n o a a a a a a a ana B...

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

PAOK TUT! KM ft f . . .OO MM .KM. K.. ...... TEXHS TOWNS Ill THE DALLAS EXTRESfl PALLAS TEXAS BATt'ftDAT MARCH 24 1923. I Terrell Sister Caroline Pyers'of the laundry of which Mr. Sam of the oldest members of Bethlehem Church died Saturday March 17. She was an active member of the church Sunday School B. Y. P. U. Home Mission Society and also' member of the S. M. T. lodge of i which she was chaplain. The last (guest. Mrs. Ed Henry Is very 111 at named lodge administered the last! her residence on North 7th Street. funeral rltee at the grave in Oak wood cemetery. The fixing of the sidewalks is going along nicely. We hope to observe Negro Health Week here; let the Civic Improvement League lead out Sunday night Mr. Andrew Page lost his barn by fire. A new cafe and confectionary open- ed to the public on corner Adelaide and Newton streets. Bishop J. E. Martin of Jackson Tenn. will preach Easter sermon at St. Luke C. M. E. church Easter Sunday- Big Sandy C. M. E. Quarterly was poorly att...

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

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TK.VAS SATURDAY MARCH 24 1923. ll't. DALLAS LXI'EIS.H -. MtiVIBER. NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. L Puollsiht'ii every Saturday morning la the year at S600 .Swim Avenue by IAl.LA RXPIIKSH rUllLIKKINO COMPANY. Uncor5orated) iDallaa. Texaa. FOHKIO ADVERTISING RKFRB- SEXTATIVBl nr. n. 7Mt Company M8 8 eat a Dear- Va Strr. hlcjieo. 111. w. H. 7ff ompanr. Mrta pqliiUnx 11 Fas Maaaaa Street vr lvrk. If. Y. Entered at Pout Office at Pallas Tf m as aecond-claKs matter under 4-t o Conarreiia. March. 187 JfJTICK TO THK PVnLIfl. Any erroneoua reflection upon the r-baractfr atnndlne; or reputation of any person firm or corporation which oiy appear In the columns of The (alias Expr?na will b gladly cor- rected upon Its belne; brought to the attention of the publishers. TIIE DALLAS EXMESS firr.scRirTioi s in advance. One Year : Six Months Three Months BlDKlfl Copy ..$2.25 1.25 .75 .05 IMPORTANT. Wo ntinserlptlons mailed for pe- riod lexg than three Thontha. Payment 'r...

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

THS DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS KATl'RDAV MARCH 24 J028. 5 Nelson's Hair DressmF 5 5WKwyi vvwrioriOnonono'M) jal ' " j ata. iJHk. ' ill QmCi 1 will make you Proud of Yow Hair When One Thinks of Hair and Toilet Preparations One at The Same Time Thinks of ' y. riy J O Cm. IS 3 m PORO COLLEGE tf WWW TEXAS !l Cooper. Sunday School was at- tended Rev. A- E. Burley was at his post of duty and preached a splen- j dld sermon. Mme. Ethel Mitchell and Miss Annie Derrltt were visi- tors in Paris on the fifteenth. Mrs. Maggie Sauls was very successful with supper on the 16 th. Mrs. Betty Murphy of Greenville Is here visiting her daughter. Jacksonville. The great Sunday School rally will be pulled off Eas- ter Sunday by the following classes of Benson Chapel Sunday School. Mr. Joe Clemmons teacher of Mag- azine class No. 1. This young ener- getic leader with his helpers are doing their best to come up with the assessment. Mrs. T. L. McLee the teacher of the Senior class No. 2 is working hard to ...

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

( ! V THTRJ PA 1X4 A KXPItKRS PAMPAS TF.XAS SATURDAY MARCH 24 lt!25. TEXAS TOWNS. (Urneroit. Services poorly attend- ti !i(re .Sunday. Uev. Number was on C-'y in CaU'prt. Kev. G. T. Uurlo of Korkii.ile preached' t Ms church at l.iiJits tluipol Simony; held solcu- lld inorniii.'; service. Itev. Hardeman tfetivcrcd pn Phle pennon 11 a.m. to tn nj.)rpitive audience. The rallj t-twe-ii m- iixu and the wcion at Ur.hts Chanel resulted In the women niiiiiiR f .2ti and men $8.02. Tht i nii honored the ladles l.i.'it Monday tiiM with .big banqwtt. Wr. and Mrs. It. J. Nelson of Galve:tfo;i are gueM f Mr. find Mia. S. C. V.'tlxlard. J.lda. I Hardeman spent Satnruny In lxinston Miss J. 0. Icoy rlosel her ti-t.oe.l at Sharps Friday. Circle No. 1 met with the president Mrs. Kranm llrown; after a pleasant meeting the circle was served cream and cake. The circle entertained quite a few Ho r..iiii-i.r nl Mr .and Airs. Tom V00d3. The Ullaiu V Comity Jicholastlc league held Us meet in fcyo-kdale Frida...

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

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

THE D.UXAfe KXPRKSS IAM.AS TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 24 1028. HEALTH W APRIL 1 r vMfc-' a- at v:e (light 0 vr V. Via W .nS J Ilotliers Tlade Hzppy by Return of Three Stolen Babies. (Continue! from pasc 1.) ios:'ct who had worked on the other cws answered the call. So "-newly- did tho deneriplion of the - woman tally with those given in the other tvo c;im-s that thoy were convii.cwl t!at tho same woman had agam taken a child. rriiey phoned the Terminal Sta tion then went there and questioned tho matron. The woman had been een n.inl questioned about the young baby which fiho was carry ing. M had told the Blation ma- Iron that her BlHter mother of the tmhy had Jui;t died and she waa carrying It to her home. She bought a tiei;et to Ferris. "The officers nibbed to Ferris Only to find that she had gone back !o Hulchns and there had signed A paMH for traiiHpoilalion to El Cen- Iro. California. The authorities of that iItj were notified and when ihe alighted from' the train Bho was ial:en into c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 31 March 1923

SmKsm CP VU3TI3 ?S if T f RA- & rA r&T$i m A champion OF JUSTICF I i ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE & KJ A MhXSHMihK (fr Hurt'. DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE I a II eauioi T ' r " 1 ' reunded by W. B. King. "The Republican Party Is The Ship All Else Is The Sea" Fred Douelas. ' " 1 ' ' VOL. XXX NO. 23. TltB I)AIJjAS KXPRKSS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 81 102S- FRICB FIVE CENTS urpn (By Atlantic News Service) Special to the Express: Atlantic City N. J. March 25 That the proposed hotel Fitzgerald the new million dollar hostelry to be built by the Fitzgerald hotel and Development Corporation of this city will become an actual accom- plishment. Is the statement given out this week by the officers of that company. That this hotel has not been started before has been due to the long twelve months bat- tle in the Courts which the com- pany has waged to get possession of the property bought for the hotel site and to get tno title to the larger tract of land cleared up. The fact that land in Atlanti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 31 March 1923

TWO THT3 PALLAS KXPKE88 PAUJS TKXAS SATURDAY MARCH 81 1923- Now It's April 1st Read This and Act t. s. i r The Garden 0 Gethsemane one of the countless vondcr3 to be seen on the trips to the Holy Land. i Capital Prize Winners will have an invigorating voyage on Palatial 'iVans-Atlantic Liners. 1 J . fy: 4J M -A f ; ; ! r : r i 1 f l t FX A 1 "7 1 f I PpbN UN! fcidJ . I Mill! Pi II fmm EH3 t L'3 V 61 FSJ Y R-'S M V r I UNEQUALED IN THE HISTORY OF NEGRO BUSINESS A Veritable Give-away to the Winners Most every one who has read the Bible and learned of the magnificence and enchanting lore of Palestine has had a strong wish to gv there. Great has been the desire to see the land where Christ lived. No Bible student has felt his education complete without walking among the splendors of Jerusalem viewing the spots where Christ was born was crucified was buried and ascended into Heaven. Great has been their yearning to visit the Holy Land. No church official has felt he could not better serv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 31 March 1923

THE PALLAS EXPRESS PALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 31 1023. MMtHfc4.i J i .j ... J. A A. A AAA A. A .at.... A . f ft ttt Hi it? n 1k . ik i A i . - . w 3 Big . Siunly Mr. John B. Green and Mias Bessie L. JackBon were married last Sunday. The Heroines of Jericho had their annual pro- gram Thursday night which was furnished by Jarvis Institute; re- ceipts $22.50. Saturday night the Sisters had a program with Mrs. P. H. Hill acting as Mistress of Cere- monies. Sunday's program was a largely attended. Miss Izell and Olen Greenwell have planned a Easter trip to Shreveport Saturday. Mrs. Estella Gipson made a trip to Big Sandy. Temple Knights of Pythias Cele- brates Big Anniversary. The Mag- nolia and Hub City lodges of the K. of P.'s and the Courts of De- light and Progressive Link of the Courts of Calanthe celebrated their annual Thanksgiving anniversary in a joint meeting Sunday evening at 3:30 o'clock at the Eighth Street Baptist church. The official cere- monies were executed to order wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 31 March 1923

THIS PALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 81 1923- ruK isu.i.as ExntEsa i 1. j NAIiONAL NEGRO PRESS J ' ASSOCIATION. PiibllHhi'il every Saturday morning la the year at 2B00 wls Av.tnue by TAB UAM.AM KVrillJSH CU1IIIING COHP1KT. (Incorporated) Dallas. Texaa. FOKKIO ADVERTISING BEPBB- SBNTATIVEl W. m. V.itt Company 608 8ooa Dear- fca htn-rt hlraaa III. W. 1 Zlrf Company 4M Mortoa ftnllillna II Kml Kasaaa street w lark. If. T. Entered at Pout Office at Dalla. Tra as ?cond-clas rnatter. under t of Con mem. March. 1878 NOTICE) TO TUB PC 11 1. 10. any erroniv reflection upon the hararter. atm. lng or reputation of any person firm or corporation which w appinr In the column of The ral!fte Kxpreca w''1 be gladly cor- rected upon lt beinflr brought to the ttnntlnn of the publlahura. THE DALLAS EXPRESS sruscmrTiojrs in adtance. 4"me Year fitt Months . Three Months fiinirle Copy ...12.25 .....1.25 .75 . .05 IMPORTANT. mibsrrlptlon mailed for a pe- riod le.Hg tlmn three Thontha Payment fo...

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