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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 21 April 1923

mirvYHSl'iTi 0? - i mT-v- or n'crrrr t. i ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE I A MESSENGER OF HOPE rra runded by W. BL King "The Republican Party Is The Ship All Else It The Sea."Frd Douglas. . VOL. XXX NO. 20. r THE DALLAS EXPRESS PALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 81 1022. PMCB VXVH CENTO Aviation Repair Assistant "Hops Off at Altitude of 2000 Feet and Makes Success- ful Landing at Love Field. Wants to Be- come Stunt Flyer. Will Jump Again Sunday To Louis Manning twenty-three years old assistant to B. Goode at the Love Field Aviation Service Sta- tion goes the honor of having been the first Negro on record to nrke a successful parachute descent from a moving airplane In (Texas. This feat performed by Manning last Sunday afternoon at Love Field be- fore a large crowd of curious spec- tators brought him much applause and no small amount of cash. Aviator Kays Manning Hub "Plenty of Nerve." Current reports had it that Mad-; ning got entagled in the cordage ' when he attempted to "hop ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 21 April 1923

Local Business Houses Who Can Serve Yon Better. CRYSTAL DRUG STORE ALLEN & JULlEjPTE prompt delivery servicej Phoned 11-0050 or Y-25C8 N. LANE Prop. 4-14-4t b. m. McGregor IValch Inspector for East Dallas. All kinds of Jewelry bought Thone X-78S8 2318 Klin St. Dallas Texas 4-7-4t Come To GOOD STREET GARAGE For Good Service. General repair- ing on all make of cars. Cor. Good k T'ryan Sts. Vhone H. Si.'.SI. 3-31-4t THE HIGH SCHOOL CAFE. THE HOME OP GOOD EATS and FIRST-CLASS SERVICE Fresh PIES dally Be The best chilli in the city. Regular dinner with 3 vegetaoles and de- sert only 25 cents. When you are n North Dallas drop In and get a square meal. MRS. L. W. WILSON Vrop. 8211 Cochran St. 4-14-3t THE DALLAS EXPRESS PUB. COMPANY MERITORIOUS and DESIGNING WASHINGTON HIGH STUDENTS AD- DRESSED BY LATIN PROFESSOR OF UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS. Miss Roberta Lavender of the Latin department of the University of Texas in a lecture to the pu- pils of the Washington High School last Friday told why...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 21 April 1923

pa f ; n r.tr.i i TEXHS TOWNS yyT 99999999999999999999 ?.f 4MMOM4teM tfl H JLJi !. THE DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS. TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 2t 1923. MM I O.K. .) ...... Cleburne. The Fifth session of the annual conference league of the ' West Texas Annual Conference convened with Cottrell Chapel C. M. E. church. Rev. J. Jackson was the guest of Mrs. Carrie Scott last week. Miss Hattie Mae Kinnard left for Dallas last week. Miss Nlckerson closed her school at Covington last week. The Mt. Zion Baptist church celebrated the third anniversary of Rev. Joseph A. Brown last Sunday with great success Rev. C. H. Pry- or and Bethlehem Grandvlew Rev. j. W. Ruff and St. Paul Alvarado; Rev. H. Wright and Nathan Rev. G W. Burton and Shlloh Rev. C. G. Smith and C. M. E. Rev. R. T- Godwin and A. M. E. and all joined in making It a glorious celebration. The Superintendent received some valuable presents. Money raised 9327.78. Rosser Services were good at the Mt. Olive BaptiBt church. Rev. W. J. Johnson the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 21 April 1923

THE DALLAS KYPRES9 PAMPAS TEXAS SATURDAY ATOTL 21 1022. THE PALLAS EXPEESfl HARVARD AGAIN BECOMES FAIR. VrvL t'ty MEMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. rubllHhpfl every Snturday morning la the year at 2600 Swiss Avenue by tub dau-as RXPHHS9 ruuLi.Hiujia COMPABTT. (Incorporated) Dallas. Texas. FOKEIQ ADVF.KTISWO REPIU8- SEJTTATIVEi W. n. T.ttt CompHny 60S Sonta Dear han btrrrt. ( l.lrno III. W. M. - '.Iff I'ompmiy 404 Mortra finlMInK 11 riant Naasau Street Rf-w Vrk W. T. Entered at Pnnt Office at Dilli Texas as socfm1-claaa matter under Act or uonirresg Marcti NOTICB TO THE PCI1MO. Any erroneous reflection upon the Kr"-(r standing- or reputation of it pcrHon urni or corporation which i-.av rn?ar in the columns of The I'Aiias Express will be' gladly cor- rected upon Its belnsr brought to the arttntlon of the publishers. THE DALLAS EXPRESS 8C11SCRIFTI0XS IX ADTANCE. Cny Tear .. Fix Monl.hu Three Months .. flingle Cory $2.25 1.25 .75 .. .05 IMPORTANT.. No subscriptions mailed for a p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 21 April 1923

r'lK f r " i a n " "A" 1 n a TEXAS Ooolidge.-Mrs. A. Davis was at home Saturday and Sunday from Elm where she Is teaching school. Mr. and Mrs. Davis are a great help to our community. Mr. S. J. Murphy of Wiley University Is doing work in the rural district near here by organizing Glee clubs and other Christian organization for the up- lift of the young folk. Prof. Mur- uphy principle of Rocky High School with 160 pupils. Elder Par- ham had services all day Sunday with the cooperation of Revs. Grace and Carroll.The alter was crowded with souls for prayer. Contribution good. The Cooledgites motored to (Tehaucana Sunday to be In the ser- vice there with Dro. Dan McClenton and pastor Rev. O. C. Carroll who are planning a great rally to be held at Tehuacana the 6th Sunday. Mr. A. Davles Is attending P. V. has been on the sick list for some time but has recovered and is back to his government post. Mr. Joe Jones and Mr. Henry Rusely have up-to-date cafes In this city. Cleburne. The Mother...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 21 April 1923

THE DALLAS EXPRKSS DALLAS. TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 21 1923. FORT WORTH i NEWS Aincrioui Beauty Club The Y L - A. B club mot Fri- was the address given by Mrs. W. day evening April' 13th with Es-'H. Harvey president of City Fed-ti-ll Hull; club '-nened at 4:30 "ation of Colortd Women s club. . in The members present respond- She spoke upon "Women's Clubs." c-4 with quotations. The club mem-1 The address won much applause Iw-rs spent the evening sewing. Miss; from the husbands. Mrs. Harvey Washington was a plea.'a.ut visitor. After one hour of work the hos- tess served a two course ment.; fcostesu tiiiiukerf by Miss Robinson; -i..k .riinnmiwi tn meet neirt. week with Miss Adams 712 E. 3rd band" should feel proud. The in- voiin strumental number given by Miss Alien Chapel Note Si i ml ay School nicely attended; tfguhir morning service unusually Well attended with a great number of visiting friends present.- Rev. H. S. Jinns pastor filled the pulpit at oloveu o'clock. At 2 p. in. the last ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 21 April 1923

THE DAJJxAS EXPRESS DALLAS. TEXAS. SATVTIDAY APRIL 21 lOZ. PACK skj:v n II f.i 1 1 ? M ' 1 t"nii'0"iiiNimiaiiiiiiiiHiiaiii.iinima!iiiiMiiiiioiiiimiirjniiiiiiiiiDiiMiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiniiiBH KMUIIIItnillUIUIIHDIIIIIIIIIIUnillllim III m III spwm k s: B i a a a viv ill w u u uuuv4 iiiiiimiiiiaiiiii!uiiiiniiiii!iiiiiiaimimi"ioiiiiiiiiiiiBiiiiiiiiiDiiiiniiii;aiiim KIIIIIIMIIIIDIIMIIIllllOIIIIIIIIIIIIOIIIMIIIIIIiailllU SyiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiHiiDuiiiiuiiiioiiiuiiiiiiiBiimiiiiiiiaiuiiii niiiiiiiiiiiioi:iiiiiiiiiiqiiiiiiiMiiBiiii.iiiiiiiDiiw MY TWELVE YEARS IN BASE BALL By Wm. Ross A. B. C.'e Iltcher. Article No. 8. Indianapolis Ind. I spent the winter of 1914 In Shreveport and the fans of that city certainly treated me royal. So when the Spring of 1915 came I was already in town and did not have to report. In 1915 we had al- most a new clujb. The club was com- posed of the following players: Johnnie Stewart lb; Longware ss; Hanady 3b; Llgrjans lb; Tar- ver cf; Robs rf; Scott c; Sump- ton c; Bro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 21 April 1923

tMiVS E1KT TEXAS TOVHS. i.-ylor Ton Mrs. Walker of Itrenhnm anil two little sons Clar- ence Jr. and Lawrence are visiting mother Mrs. Jenkins and sister Mrs. Handle and Mrs. Clay and friend frhe woathor has been aw- jtul bad but the revival is still go- ing on at Mt. Aria Baptist church Ifev. P. H. JaCkson and Rev. Mar- 6h.! of Austin. Rev. J. D. Leonard preached his farewell sermon Suu- day nifjlit at Mt. Calvary Baptist chinch. Mr- Nickel and family left this morning for tllo Alto Cal. Uev. P. H. Jackson made a trip to Aimlin this morning on business. l'if. T. H. Ilrawley spent Sunday In town with his brother Rev. W. B. Brawley who is now in Snilth- viilo. The quarterly conference is in ftettfiion at Allen Chapel A. M. E. church. Hev. G. W. Anderson has returned from Galveston where he went for medical treatment. There was no Sunday school or church V'sleiday on account of the weath- er. JtuJci The weather was very In- clement Sunday morning but the inclemency did not prevent the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 28 April 1923

p ti p r i 7i ti i ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE 1 i A CHAMPION OF JUSTICF 3 I DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE i A 'MESSENGER OF HOPE is? 1 rr m. rounded by W. B. King. "The Republican Party Is The Ship All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. ' ' " VOIi. XXX NUMBER 27. ' " " THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 28 1V13. PRICE FTTH CENTS 1 1MWMWMMM1BMMI1BBBBWM1WMMMMMWM WWBBMWBJWWWWMMHMMMW1 Resolutions Passed in Legislature to Di- rect Adjutant General of State Mr.ke Pre- parations For Committee to Be Present When Body of Famous Soldier is Returned to America For Burial. (By A. N. P.) Columbus Ohio April 27. Col. Charles Young Is to be honored by Ohio his home state when hts re- De interrea rorever in Arlington tne final resting place of the nation's soldier dead. Resolutions to this effect were unanimously passed by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Ohio Legislature being Introduced in the respective bodies by Senator' McCreary and Representative Harry E. Davis the latter Colored. The...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 28 April 1923

THIS DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY . ATRIL 28 1028. ess Mouses Who Can e You -Better. WW XL Serv CRYSTAL DRUG STORE prompt delivery s.yavicEi 11-0050 or Y-2SCS N. M a'E Prop. 4-14-4t n. m. McGregor Watch Inspector for East Dallas. All kinds of Jewelry bought Phone X-7858 318 Elm St. Dallas Te-jis 4-7-tt THE HIGH SCHOOL CAFE. THE HOME Of GOOD EATS and FIRST-CLASS SERVICE Fresh PIES dally 6c The best chilli In the city. Regular dinner with 3 vegetaoles and de- Bert only 25 cents. Whin you are in North Dallas drop in and get a square meal. MRS. L. W. WILSON rrop. 3211 Cochran St. 4-14-3t .121 DALLAS DISTRICT N.frES. Rev. R. S. Jenkins D. D. LL. D- Presiding Elder. Wonderful and great has been the progress of Smith Chapel A. M. E. church under the moRt success- ful pastorate of Dr. W. E. Bailey In fart and deed Smith Chapel stands at the head of the column for this the second quarter they have paid the pastor $363.15 this beats all. and 16 persons joined the church with 16 Infant...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 28 April 1923

THE DALLAS EXPKKSft DALLAS TEXAS SATCRDAV. APRIL 28 1023. PACK THKMfJ TEXHvS TOMNS rtUHUAA...l. ...... TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTmTTTHWMV ...... . AAAAA AAA A A... A A... A ... . ......... ...... . a i . IMMI MM (MM! I MMt OIM. H I n "ix - ' j Center AU services were good and well attended at the different churches Sunday. The women of the! Bright Morning Star Baptist Home Mission Society with Mrs. C H. Daniels president and Miss Verd Roberts secretary are due much praise for their faithfulness in do- ing missionary work. The society was well entertained at the home ' of Mrs. C. H. Daniels Friday even- ing. Those who appeared on pro- gram were: Miss Cora Dixon Mrs. Mary Franklin Mrs. Ida Bolton and Mrs. Fannfo Garrett. Following the program the regular routine of business was carried out after which peanut butter sandwiches cake and cocoa was served. The literary exercise at the C. M. E. church was quite entertaining Friday night. j Mr. Paul Jones of Conroe Texas was in town the early part ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 28 April 1923

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATVPUAY APRIL 28 1929. THE DALLAS LXrTU'.SS 1 NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Bnturflay morning In the year at 2600 iiwiiis Avenue by HB DALLAS KXPHKSS rUELlSHIJiQ COMPANY. (Incorporated) Dalian. Texaa. FOKEia ADVEiiTisraa rephk- SEKTATITBi T. B. 7.1ft Companfi 08 Dear- Street Chlt'MKO. III. W. B. 7.lff Company 404 Hartn rwllrtlnK 11 Km (Street. Iiw lark. W. Y. Entered t Pout Office at Dallas Texas an aecond-clasa matter under Act of Conicreaa. March. 187 1TOTICHS TO TUB PUBLIC Any erroneoim reflection upon the ebaracter standing or reputation of ny person 'firm or corporation which oy appear in the columns of The Ial!as Kxpreaa will b gladly cor- rected upon Its being brought to the kttontton of the publishers. I HE DALLAS 1CXPKKSS BUBSCJlirTIONS IN ADYAXCE. Ono Year fclx Months Three Months Eingle Copy ..$2.25 -I.25 . .75 .05 IMPORTANT. Vo subscriptions mailed for a pe- riod less thHn three Ilium the. Payment fer same must be 76 c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 28 April 1923

THE DALLAS EXTRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY ATOIL 2 1023. rnj'B & I si . TEXAS TOWNS 'MM .S . . ' SV ft ?'Syi??fe'TTgfg! Cleburne. An excellent program was rendered Sunday afternoon by the American Woodmen at the A. M. E. church. Messrs. Archie Davis and Johnny Carter are In. the city lisitlng relatives. A large number of Booker T. Washington school went to Ft. Worth Friday evening to appear in a Radio recital. Mrs. Gertrude Gordon of fTexarkana is at the bedside of her father Mr. Ed Gordon. Mrs. Eliza Fotdate Is visiting In Sherman. Mrs. Carrie Kay has returned from Hot Springs Ark. Mr. Wilson Williams was the guest of Miss Addle Lee Wilson Sunday. Mrs. Marie Lightfoot of Oklahoma City was called here to her sick father Mr. Ed Gordon. Prof. Dean Johnson of Paul Qulnn College lectured Sunday night at the A. M. E. church. Mrs. Mary Chandler left Sunday for Wichita Falls to visit her son. Mr. Ed Gor- don died Sunday night. Mrs. Lillian Harris of Dallas Is visiting relatives. Mrs. Wil...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 28 April 1923

THE PALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS. TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 28 1033. TEXAS TOWNS. The Rocker T. War'.iing- .... i.ii.i fV.nul nvA a ronri-rt 111 HjUipI A M E. church on Satur- day niiht the MhjBlonary Society g-ive a tacky party in the interest of (lie Missionary assessment. Sun- day vcm a very T0bl' but v.e wore blessed with a very 0. ! attendance. Sunday school was En- "Itnce u kr srV KatcMff Fred Collins Mr. Biggs 'pastors filled their pulpit Mrs. -t m 1100 At 11 i m our pastor Misses Erline Fields-Tucker Opal Gertrude (Baxter) Raze died after 10 TJrZ' of Rev u' 8 Franks McC.endon and her guest. Miss ''Z'"?9" ! ..readied from the 37th PBalms. At 3 p. m. the A. C. E. League net at K-30 Kev. Franks preached another soul stirring sermon from the 1st v m. we are nreoarin to meet " .. . . . tha a r. k iieacue net ai. our District conference at ' r" ' Rose- bud Texas at his post; 70 schol collection $19.10. Mr und Messrs. T. Harris motored to Greenville Sunday. Mrs. J. Neesle is visiting in Paris....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 28 April 1923

THK DALLAS EXPRKSS DALLAS. TEXAS SATOiDAY. APRIL JW 102.1. PA OR KXVK DOVGLAS8 NATIONAL WINS NOMKNAL GROWTH. IN AFRICAN RACES 5 13 ) Ma 111 B' Ml miinilllll'lllliaiMIIIIIIWBmlllllllllBlllllllininillimllllinitM (''jiiiiiiiiiiniaiiiinHiuinniiiiiHiiiaiim r. fVA. . .......n.ii.n. .hiiiniiiiii 5.;iiiiiiiuiiiiti!iiiiiniiimiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiioiiiim MOXROK GIANTS HKIU3 THREE GAMES. FOR WrecUln Cw Ruly For Actio Next attraction to be held at! Riverside Park Base Ball Stadium will be the Monroe Southern Giants a stinging good card. According to advance notices this! club is under new management and Brown and Shanks facing V . tM ov00 each other on the Mound both men has gone to considerable expense havng the CftU from thelr gtables in assembling together a strong and BPPeared to have been equally mat- formidable array of base ball talent ched. Shanks gave out of his store to represent the ancient old city of house of slants seven hits. Brown jwas souzed for twelve. Shanks Louisiana. whiffed t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 28 April 1923

l.HkUT . otv a rta in' THE DALLAS KXr;KS!4 DALLAS. TEXAS Snnt'. "-" xas Towns. M.ir.-.h!ii). Wiley University and I tirie View crossed bats In what was thought would be a great game; it was noon tb; I Prairie View had not ft ghost of a show with this giant tm. The Wiley team Is one f t!i( toughest teams In the coun try. Out of bIx fiames played with Mrs. Gussie Cooper of Muskogee la visiting her slater. Mrs. John Bel- fry on Rockwall avenue. Rev. T. E. Neal of W. Frank street was on the sick list last week. Mrs. Ida Sprog- feins of Forney was a Terrell visi- tor last week. New Hope Baptist church closed Its revival on Mon- second anniversary with a splendid know how to vote. "I hava ' Just nZrZm 1 Anril 7th under the ben In this city a little over two annorvlHinn of the Board Mrs.-Ella G. Perry has returned to the city from a trip to Harvey 111. where she went during the week on officials business for the L. M- Robinson of Morgan Park who last fall for the third time lost his home b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 5 May 1923

A CHAMPION OF JUSIICF (j ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISnNCIWE IN SERVICE A MESSENGER OF MOPE l Pi ) r.nnded by W. B. King. "The Republican Party Is The Ship All Else It The Sea." Fred Douglas. . . 1 VOL. XXX NO. 28. THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY MAT 5 1923. PRICB FITS CKNTH u I ll if l- ilia Critic From Virginia Says Emmett Scott Ignorant of Southern Conditions. Reply to Criticism Refutes Claim and Repeats Be- lief That Negro Labor Should Supply Nor- thern Shortage. Washington D. C May 6. As a result of the telegram sent by Dr. Emmett J. Scott Secretary- Treasurer of Howard University to Honorable Elbert H. Cary Chair man of the Board of Directors of the United States Steel Corpora- tion a heated communication was sent him by Mr- John M. Glbbs Secretary-Treasurer of the North Carolina Pine Association Inc. of Norfolk Virginia objecting to Doc tor Scott's statement that the Col- ored people of the South are in po sition to supply any labor shortage in the large industrial plants o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 5 May 1923

THE DALIES EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 5 1023. AN APPRECIATION TO A REASONABLE RELIABLE EFFICIENT WORKMAN. CAN vou I l.ulit a liousrt and I NEEDED AN ELECTRICIAN TO !o the WIRING FOR ME. And one man two mm three men four men FIVE MEN; ALL eail AS WITH ON.J VOICE "EMPLOY N. W. PICKENS He Is O. K. will do his WORK WELL and will TREAT YOU RIGHT" ' And I sent FOR HIM And he came to Bee me PROMPTLY AT THE AP- POINTED HOUR. Instantly I was IMPRESSED WITH HIM He appeared not to be over TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OF AGE; Honest face clean cut BUSINESS-LIKE. And I showed him MY PLANS and told him what 1 WNfrED DONE And he LOOKED THE PLANS OVER And uala WHAT HE WOULD CHALGB. His PRICE WAS REASONABLE aiid I GAVE THE JOB TO HIM. And ho DID NOT ASK ME TO GIVE HIM MONEY to buy Material with an SOME CONTRACTORS DO Before they BEGIN TO WORK BUT HL HAD CREDIT and he went and WIRED MY HOUSE .... And HE DID IT WELL ' And the INSPECTOR CAME and saw It and FOUND NO FAULT WITH IT ' And SPOKE WELL OF HIM and...

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

TITS DALLAS EXPRESS PALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY MAT 5 1028. PAGE TUP.m t A .1 A A . . . . ...................................... . . . . ............. . ........AAAA.... . TEXHS TOWNS I ' .XM ... o ffff'f!f!tttTff?'f??f A. Grapeland The Bowens Baptliit Board meeting of which Rev. J. Johnson Is moderator was held at St. John Baptiot church last week quite a number of people attended and it was reported It was one of the best board meetings held In many years. Rev. Tenny and Judge Aldridge (white) of Crockett deliv- ered inspiring and encouraging lec- tures at the board Sunday. Rev. Johnson Is putting things over the top. Zlon Hill Board meeting was held last week in the Mt. Zlon Community. Quite a number attend- ed. It was reported quite a success- ful meeting. An excellent program was rendered Saturday night Rev. Atkison Mrs. Neely Prof. C. A. Williamson of Palestine and Mrs. Stella Nelson Miss Zona May Gary and Mrs. Bettie 'Scott and others of Crocket attended the board meeting at Mt. Zl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 5 May 1923

THE PALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 8 1A23. THE DALLAS EXTBESS FI!T Iff fUtVlCE MfcMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Publlabed ver Saturday mornlnff in the year at 2600 Bwlu venue by TI1B DALLAS EXPRESS rVBLISHIRQ COM PANT. (Inco -porated) Dallas. Tsxaa. rOREIQ ADV& ITISITTO REPRB-SENTATITBl W. B. Klff ronpiiT. 041 Deaf k tret Chlcaaa III. W. B. rift Omaanr 4M WoHem IPalldlma- ll Fnnt Naaaaa lireet lew Ytrf-k. X. Y. ART AND COLOR PREJUDICE Enteied at Poat OlIca a' Dallaa Texas aa ae. jnd-elwaa matter under ci or conKreaa Marco lai THE DALLAS EXPRESS SUBSCRIPTIONS HI ADVANCE. One Tear- fix Months.. Three Months Single Copy ..$2.25 1.25 .75 .06 IMPORTANT. no cubacrlctlona mailed for pe riod lens than threeCiontha Payment lar aame must be 7 cent. THE DALLAS EXPRESS hat never hoisted the while feather neither has it been dis- graced by the yellow streak. It Is not afflicted with the flannel mouth. It is a plain every day sensible conservative newspa- per which trims no...

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