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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 30 June 1923

M ALWAYS" PROGRESSIVE : DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE t 7 t t founded by W. B. King. 'TA Republican Party Is The Ship All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. PRICH FIVH CENTS VOL. XXX NO. 34. THK DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY TOE 80 1023. iMlffiflfl! jlU fai III! lb UD L u Lb u Li y uuUCIa U Liu A 14 C v5 o ... CTT3 ru rnc3 IF m v mm i LbiUNJU w U U vy yJ i 1 n ) ; ! i r. i! i'j h IS it L M I' 11 BIG HOSPITAL AT TUSKEGEE TO BE MANNED BY COLORED. TWO KILLED IN BOLD ROBBERY ATTEMPT. (Crusader Service) New York June 29. A Negro sailor and a Negro cook were killed at sea In a Bleep engaged in smug- gling Chinese into the United States when they sided with two white sail- ors in an effort to rob twenty Ce- lestials of five thousands dollars. Only the Chinese lived to tell the others were better armed. Two Colored men . and the two white seamen with five of the Chin- ese were left at the bottom of the sea when the slop hoved into port yesterday and the bewildeded Chin- ese all of them well dr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 30 June 1923

J. c. i Ci tinned on l;ui 4). i !. i.H -ii and uj.j'.ft. At this time Mr. M.i j.-i busy. Jiio la a Tuskegee j-:! "wl and a n architect of great i.!.-.iu;. Jfus is tlio niaii who planned ti.u ;.M".ut bath house and sanitarium j(.r the Woodmen of Union and is now in harmony with many other thins. 1 am nuro thut Tuskegee is proud of her Bon. 't fcpokf of the development of this ; : i .a biiih'ine here. It was wonder l ut to me thi and to know that it in owned and operated by us and lunublK'H employment to many of our boyg and girls for our men Btid women. I Bee some of our young women writing in books ladger thun they nre but they are doing busi- ness for this great institution. They are trained bookkeepers. I wish you could Just gee them und talk with tli.-m for yourgeif. The members of this Order are given every considera- tion and are treated in great stylo II you are sick and belong to the Woodmen you are cared for and if you need the baths you are given special consideration but I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 30 June 1923

vagi; ik:;;:.i : MF . .. i . . .. . M . HO TEXAS TOWNS ' THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS. SATUKDAV JUKE 80 1023. (iunesvlllt'. All churches were well attended Suaday. Rev. B. J. Brown being but of tho city attend- ing the State Sunday school Conven- tion his placed was filled by Rev. Williams. Rev. Sutton is carrying on a revival at the Antlosh Baptist church in East Gainesville. Rev. J. J. Johnson pastor and others mo- tored otDalalGF FGF GFGGFW tored to Dallas Tuesday. Mr. B. R. Stone and family motored to Ft. Worth Tuesday. Miss Bertha WU- burne returned from Ardniore Fri- day. - Mr. E. L. Blackman has re- turned from Pilot Point Mr. and 4VIrs. Glenn and Athens motored to Dallas Tuesday. Miss Thelma Law- son and sister of McAlester are visiting Mr. and (Mrs. Jarrett. The celebration of the.:. nineteenth in Gainesville at Moffits and others joyable. Mr. M. Jones and others motored to Denison Sunday. Mr. R. Kindred left for Bastrop to visit his relatives. Piano. Last Sunday was a h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 30 June 1923

1 ? tiir pai.las KxniKss nus tbxas. Saturday june ao. 1023. nrK 1UI.LA8 rxrisrss -. . .. L NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Publlshod every ' Saturday morning in the year at 2600 Swiss Avenue by (nil IJ.VM.AS RXI'HKSS PUHMSHIfVU COMPANY. (Incorporated) Dalian. Texas. FOI1RIO ADVERTISING BKPRR-8ENTATIVB1 Or. B. 7.lff Compnny 08 South Dear horn rrr( (litrnKo III. W. 11. .Iff Company 404 Mertoa HailJInic lim V.amt Naaaaa Street. w orls N. Y. . Entered at Post orflee at Dallas f fixaB H aPontl-olaHa nmtter under Art of Conferees March 187 ' THE DALLAS EXrEESS SrCSCKU'TIO'S IX ADVANCE. One Tear filx Months Three Months.. Single Copy . 12.25 1.25 .75 05 MAKING A GOOD NAME FOll GEORGIA There are two Southern States which because of their lead in the numerous lynclnngs which have occurred m America during a score of years cannot be said to possess good 'name enough for lawful procedure to protect. These states are Georgia and Texas and they are almost matched by other states whose laxity i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 30 June 1923

THE DAI-LAS KXPHESS. DALLAS TEXAS gATTIWAY JUNE 30 15)23. v i: in j; Texas .3 Towns WestRev. A. L. White preach- ed' the K. of D. annual sermon on last Sunday. Mrs. Ada Harris Is visit- ing In Waco. Mr. John Ross is on the sick list. Cooper Sunday School was attended at all the churches. Frankle Crowder and others well Mrs. from CiiMwel! Sister B. E. Freeman de- serves much credit for her devotion to the church and its cause. She is there each Sunday and stays until its close. A great 19th was cele- brated here with parade showing all the periods through which we have come. Prof. Theo Brown delivered an addraRR. Mnnv others rand and nntad commerce were guesi iu uiuuer who with much credit .Crops are showing Mrs. Savannah Bunnett on the six- up for a great harvest this fall. A teenth. Miss Glinnia Lockett is invest day was at Dabney Hill re- Paris on business. Miss Llllie Wll-j hearsing the past life of the late Hams of Paris returned home after Deacon Mlneo Kemp. Many were pre- visi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 30 June 1923

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JUNE 3ft 1923. imess Mouses Who Can Serve You Better. J ) O - nTH nrsrn snmor PHTI'If PHY T?M ilLallUlAKHa uuitdfi iiiviHu anxu- B S2RVICE; GVEN PERMANENT AP- iiEIEijr BY DALLAS TUBERCULO- ' V M ill ir:;ro;iT tost the .month Ot-1 MAY. Splendid efficient service is be- ing rendered by Miss ttuth Chambers Coiors-d Tuberculosis Nurse of Dallas. Offtmis of The Dull.is Tuberculosis Association commend nor highly for the manner in which she took hold of th work and is pushing It. The mouth of May eujea ner wree.pie permission to asK any inrorma- months of probation and she was im- mediately given a permanent ftppolnt- HM'llt. One-half of the salary of this nurse is being paid by the following Negro losis Association and the other hair la belnz naid bv the followiii Negro Itusiness concerns and individuals: KxceNor Mutual Benefit Association; Eagle Mutual Benefit Association Lone Star Mutual Benefit Assocla- tion Mississippi Life Insurance Corn- Pun...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 30 June 1923

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 30 June 1923

IMS TOURS ' ;' tUIvot Alhei tr.i Robinson Nashville Tonn. is visiting her son of VV-.ico !g in (Ik city the guest ofjDr. Davis East Sixth avenue Mrs. Ii .'r brother I'rof. a. O. Robinson Hazel Powers visited In Chenenbor- p.ii'J f.unjly. Nowr reached Calvert . ough last week. Misses Thelma from Waco that Mr. Win. Nash had ' Stroud Queen Ethel Dover and El-brc-ithcd his lusl in Monro La. and nora Dover Bent the nineteenth of bia liiivuiii'i KMO.lioil the city on the! Juno with Mrs. N. A. Ross. Mlsgos HM of J une and wafl laid to rest. J J. D. Taylor Elizabeth Woodard Mr. N.ish w;m born and reared in this j Bryant. Mr. Dupree and H. B. Hall cily. Do- leaves thrco brothers to of Fort Worth were the gtlestB of mourn his low:. Mr. Grant Nash and; Miss L. D. Jones June 19th. Miss V. IV. N.wli of Waco and Mr. S. N. jWilmcr Dellum was presented with N.i.ih of tins city. His remains Wits 'a new Rtuderbaker touring car a gift shipped anrl buried in the Calvert ot her father Mr. S. J. Dellum M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 7 July 1923

inn. i..1 j ...... N A CHAKPION 07 JUjHC 0 . i" i'" 4 i - r 4;i o M ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE J DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE r.nnd.d by w. Kim. 77i Republican Party Is The Ship All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. VOL. 84 NO. 85. i I S $ 1?fTttXltiniIEZlXia THE DALLAS EXTKKSS DALIES TEXAS SATURDAY JULY 7 1923. PEIC3 FIVS C-.-.'TS T2 bil U TULSA NEGROES SUE CITY FOR $3035235.) Tulsa Okla. July 7th. Colored citizens who lost property in the race riot of May 31 and June 1. 1921. have filed damage suits against the city In the local district court and In the federal court at Muskogee totaling 13.035235.87'. Approximately 125 suits were filed before the state of limitations expired Friday. Friday and most of Thursday the court clerks' office was rushed to care for the flood of riot claim suits. A rush to file suits was made Thursday and the clerks worked until late at night drawing up all the necessary papers as 86 suits were filed during the afternoon. The 86 suits filed Thursday the 25 filed Friday ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 7 July 1923

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JULY 7 123. ?0!lT VORTfl HEWS. A. .A.A.AAAXWMI.XlJtXWlWlXAAAAAAXXAAA sr jusi:s r.irnsx cmiau. ...'In. Ziil.i Brown 1"(J5 Josephine tiv.it ( (lils city nut sudden death :i!!i;.y June i'-Un in U;iy View Midi 'i!s. Brow n was a devout christatn woman at the time: she was killed uho was tsatbering worshippers for the "Utile Mission" Hay View Mich which she wa a member. Sho W'as well known lure having been a lov- able member of tho St. Jumps Bp-ti.-.t church for several years. She haver o mourn her Ions two (laugh tors and a son all of whom live in this city. Her . body was shipped to this city and she was funeralized from the St. James Baptist church Friday Juno 2!tU. Dr. J. H. Winn nfllciated a great crowd gathered at the church to pay their lust tri- bute of respect to her on the occa- sion of her funeral services Mr. Walter Parnell the devoted husband of the UluBtrous Mme. O. I'arntl the sweet singer passed away Saturday morning at 5 o'clock J...

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

vagi: th w4 V ' . 'i 4. 4 4 .f t i 4 5 5 "M ................................ . ........ . - T .-- . . ..tAXJtJ41XXmmilXt.ll THE DALXiAS EXPRESS PAMPAS TEXAS SATURDAY 3XTLY 7 102.1. Brenham Brenham la yet alive Sunday School and churches are do- ing nicely. (The Jubilee singers dis- played their musical talent at St. John's A. M. E. church last Friday night. Rev. O. W. Ballard pastor. Mr. Willis Blgsby an aged citizen . of Brenham -died last Friday about 8:00 a. m. Funeral at the residence. Remains laid to rest in the New cemetery Saturday. Rev. O. W. Bal- lard officiated'. Miss Shely has ask- ed that the Express be left at her home each Saturday also Mr. Geo. Paris. Rev. Wm. E. Ford of Bryan was here Saturday. Wolfe City. Sunday School was well attended at both churches Rev. Fuller preached at Ebenezer Baptist church. Rev. W. H. Hamilton was at his post at Yeager'g Chapel C. M. E. church. Miss Pearlie Weaver is home from a pleasant stay In Oklahoma City. The president conference of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 7 July 1923

t 71 THE DALLAS EATRESS DALLAS TRXAS SATURDAY JX'LY 7. iQgS.. ci-iH v. j;Ju.viu; ELAINE m FREED Ivi t il t! E K NATIONAL N EURO PRES5 ASSOCIATION. t'ubllphtsd evtry Mitur.lar momlnit In th year at 2600 Hwiau Avonuo bf tUU UAtl.A KXI'IIRSS 1'UIILIMUIAU COMPANY. (Incorpomted) ImllHS. Tu.iHn. AUVKurisina SENTATIVEi KJBil'KH- IT. B. 7Mt C'ompflny 08 South Oni- 1 hli-nutt. 111. '. ii.. .Iff Company 404 Martaa JfullllInK ll V.Umt AlHH tltMI Entered at Post Office at Call txft an 0e-coad--Harifl mutter under Act of Cunxreaa March 1871 T15E PALLAS EXritESS gnsscnimoss is adyance. Cng Tear fix Months Tliree Months tingle Copy ..12.25 i.25 . .75 .05 MUTICH TO TUB rCHLIO. Any mroneoua reflection upon the ehs-rncter tnnllng or reputation of tiy pernon firm or corporation which f.y appear in the columns of The I'&ilas Exprese will bo Kindly cor- rected upon Ita bHnir brouttbt to the Uentloo of the publisher. IMPORTANT. Ho aubfM'rlptlnna mulled for a pe- riod Ichr than three "thontha. Payment...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 7 July 1923

THE DAIXAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY .TtXY 7 1023. TAGE m iJ Texas Towns i Kerens Sunday School was well attended at all churches Sunday. On account of the Illness ot Rev. Mc- Yoiing Rev. P. L. Llde preached the sermon In the morning. The spirit was high all day. New Hope Baptist church was closed on account of the Pastor attending the grand lodge at membrance the spiritual enthusiasm ran so high until it resulted in the death of Mrs. Mosley- her brother Rev. Blue was the expounder of the sermon. Mr. V. J. Mickle is a wide awake secretary of the A. C. E. League and choir. The League atten- dance Is worthy of commendation. Beaumont. Mr. Laysol Prince and i The installation of the American Miss Opal Goodlow were queltly mar ried Saturday night at Rev. McYoung. You can get the Dallas Express at Powells barbershop. Sherman Mrs. Martha Houston of McKinney visited Mrs. Nancy Jones and Mrs. Pleas Williams. Mrs. Silas Woodmen will be held at Lone Star July the 11. The State Right Masons...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 7 July 1923

PA;;; six THE DALLAS EXTRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JULY 7 1023. Mouses ' Who Can Serve You Better. s f AL FRIEK At ttie second regular meeting of Auntin'8 Pride Palace No. 97 Loyal Friends of America held at their ball Wednesday night June 27. the following officers were elected: Mrs. A. J. Malone Worthy Mis tress; Mrs. Kffie D. Austin vice Worthy Bishop; Mrs. S. Anderson Worthy Scribe; Mrs. Farmer Worthy Messenger; J. C. Voiles Worthy Ad- visor; J. Shackles Worthy Banker; H. J. Polk Worthy Inner Guard and Jess Maon Worthy Outer Guard. Quite a harmonious meeting was held lifter several good speeches were Worthy Mistress; Mrs. Bessie Dodd 'made by members for the good of Jhe Fast Worthy Mistress; Mrs. Davis Order. 1 ii " lll.lt' ymiE Al BLUE SOCIAL CLUB. The club met at the residence of Mrs. M. pities 2514 Trinidad. Mem- bers answered to roll call. Mrs. L. Holmes president. HJMTON AKT I'Ll'IL Irhe Halcyon Art Club met with Miss Irene Lynch 2210 Allen Street June 21. Hostess served a ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 7 July 1923

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 7 July 1923

THK DALLAS KXPRKSS. PALLAS TKXAS MTVKDAY JULY 7 1823. ' r r .i. p I i . l1 L'hv.ijUi lullS 10 (CJiiaued from page 1) f .-iter I'ipy sjirmul. Isaylng that money had been held by In mnukints of the condition of the scribe several days before being de- cii'infry and the Negro race he said: posited and that some definite time "From wlrtt fs road daily andoe designated for the closing of ie (lis outstanding appearance of j Auditor's Report Storm Center. public sentiment ajid the friends off The auditor's report was the cause jiewiii.t!.Ts and Magazines ana irom;0f 0ne of the tenseBt moments of the personal cotiti:t trom a National ro- clal Kel'gious Educational and I'o litical point of view In this Country the Races are coming together slowly but surely on more friendly and amic- able terms wtere they feel and real ize they should all regard the rights of each other. I may be all alone and my f H-m Is may feel that I have many pernicious ana strange meas ia my position or contention but ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 14 July 1923

V UKivnsm or iss-s 1 Col. Midnight Sees Rev. E. Ariiiigton Wilson Sail-See Page A I ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE . 1 I DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE b A CHAMPION 0? JU3HCF M I3 M faunae by W. King. . "The Republican Party Is The Ship; All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. YOU 84 No. 80. " TUB DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JCLY 14 1928 PRICE FIV CXOT 7 n ii ANCIENT ORDER OF PILGRIMS BOASTS SOLVENCY OF 11U7 PER CENT AND $155000 SURPLUS. San Antonio Texas July 13. Second in importance only to the reading the reports of finances of the Order by Worthy Recorder Jas. D. Ryan was the statement of State Ac countant Slgtenhorst to the effect that the percentage of solvency of the An- clent Order of Pilgrims was 111.37 percent. the highest of any fraternal organization operating in the state of (Texas. These high points in the forty-first annual Conclave of the An cient Order of Pilgrims came on Wed- ' neaday following a grand opening Tuesday night at which Mayor robin of the City of San Antonio spoke an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 14 July 1923

TlWi DALLAS EXPRF-SS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY J1LY 14 1023 ' 1 mi wjj. mwm GOES AVISITIKG IN IIOUS- iOI IT PORT ARTHUR MD ' I 'T T T ) ( ' ii MIT H ? i - a Trwi-linc in Mrum:.- plnct- Is not a finery In the world and where BOO l.l il. lUil jm uiil. sj. 1-atured by contact lnlt hlm-U mm with heniil ifnllv mua. cled bodied and a skill uncanny load the ships that go down to the sea. Te scribe liked this last experience ao much that he was loth to leave. And with as vilonnant and pgn'oa:bJo people as ye Ki:r;ln found on his short trips to tin fihcve mentioned places. Some times li hnppcna tnnt the more one vixltB In ran home town but the experience 0t Incidentally let him say that Jefferson this withe do not fall In that category. ' nd Gildcrslelve are official in the Vnr instance there "JTeavenlv ilotinton" I hinffshoreman' union which own $15- in wnieh lii.i play of two (layw in ep-i)00 worth of property. Yes Port Ar- airtie week was made moat enjoyable : thur la on the tall end of Texa ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 14 July 1923

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 14 July 1923

torn THE DALLAS EXPRESS DAMAS TEXAS SATVnn.VY JILY 1 1923 "HiE 11VM.-AS KXPRK8.H U ; : The form Conference of Negroes. published evsry Saturday morning ia tlio year at KHOO Kwisa Avtnut I) 7 tUK BAU.AS KXIMIKSS FL M.IS11IAJ COMPANY. (Incorporated) I 'alias. Ttxaa. KOllJEKi ADYKIl'l'ISiNGi REPHB-BKMTATIVEl T. B. ST.lff Company. i8 Saath Dtif iMa Jtre . Itlcnita III. W. M. 7.1 tt Com pan y 404 Hortoa FmSln 1 IS Fast Aauaa street lurk. N. Y. Fntered at Poet Offica at Pftllaa Texas a aecond-clttBS mntter under Act of ConKroaa Alarch 187K THE DALLAS EXPRESS ei'CSCKU'TIOXS 15 AUTASCE. One Year . fix Months Three Months Eingle Copy ....$2.25 1.25 .75 .05 JOTIC'M TO THR FUULIO. Any erronou reflection upon the rharaeter atandlnir or reputation of ay person firm or corporation which may appear in th culumni of The Ijalias KxpreBa will b" frladly cor- seted upon lta belns brought to the attention of the publishers. IMPORTANT. Wo aubsfi'lpttona mailed for a pe- riod less than three Thontha Paym...

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