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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 14 July 1923

THE DAIXAS EXPRESS DAI-MS TEXAS SATURDAY JXTLY 14 1023 1 Texas Towns Culvert Mr. Montgomery Powers left a few days ago for Okmulgee Oklahoma to visit his sisters MVs. LUUe Bullock and Mrs. B. Lavioletts. Mr. W. E. King of Hearne spent a few hours In the city Tuesday. News reached Calvert Tuesday of the death of Mr. Charles Derlco who died In New York a few days ago. He was laid to rest in New York. Rev. H. C. Brlshy once pastor of St. James A. M. E. of this city will preach In the city on July 24 the citizens will be glad to greet him. Mrs. Ross went to Waco Monday. He carried Mrs. Mar- tha Watson and her daughter Mrs. Hammond Hyder who came for her sick mother. Mrs. Martha Smith of Houston was called to the bed side of her sick mother Mrs. Mary Thompson and her sick sister. MV. McContly son and daughter of Bald Prairie stopped over a few minutes in the city on their way back from Cameron Texas. Rev. W. W. Whar- ton of Thornton is carrying on a big meeting at Morning Star Baptist ch...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 14 July 1923

) mew .mx TIIE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JCLT 14 1928 Local Biisimess Mouses Who Can-' Serve ' You Better. HIS TEXAS ISO KG AT NACOGDOCHES TEXAS. 1. Mr Ir. W. II. McMllllan. .every other business ko to tha front Nacogdoches. Texan July 13 or th lack of It makes It taka to tha The Tenia Nejrro Busings League (back grounds. Thrift meant In his ar- which held its sosnlon at Nacogdoches ' gunient that the individual man or July 4-5 with W U Price ot Ctinoy Tes. prouldlng; was well attended. The delegates from the local Negro BujsI- acss Leaguo of Lailaa. In the person of Mr. S. T. Simpson the tailor; Prof. W. M. Gordon District Agont of the Stand- ard I.ifo Insurance Company; Mr. Blaine of tlie Fulton County Produce Company and Dr. W. Jl. KcMilllan played well their part in behavior deportment usefulness and in every way of putt- tng a well arranged program over the r0 sanitariums are a credit to any top. Mr. Simpson while not program ione nd " reat et to our race; and mod to...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 14 July 1923

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 14 July 1923

TcK.i.i Fire Loss in Five Year is $13000000.00. (Continued from page 1) Smoking." Significantly enough" s:iid W. E. . . i . .. a . i KjUionul lio.-ird ir. commenting upon t"e losses "four of those five causes lopo in which he tncioaed his sow lung since were pronounced by fire white black brown or yellow. Let I'rei"ntahle.' for sheer Carelessness me also commend you the desirabll- ia some form la. of course at the ity of moving out of Carolina and go- f all blazes in dwellings as in every c.W type ot structure. "Mo. e appalling by far than even the enormous financial loss how- ever is the record of the thousands t '.un. i...iH. ...! lynrnouoiotia L-nHta nf lifn frnm which Texas unfortunately was not by any. means free. Stat.intics are not avail able to show what proportion of the 15000 deaths from fire- which In this country is the average yearly toil occurred in residences but a fair estimate would place It well above 50 per cent. That dwelling bouse fires are no frequently attend ...

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

ee Page 4 .. . V . J ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTTNCTIVE IN SERVICE rounded by W. B. King "The Republican Party Is The Ship All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. . VOL 81. NO. 37. ' - THK DALLAS EXPRESS PALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JIXY 21 1023 PHIOBJ FIVB CENTJ LOYALFRIENDS OF AMERICA SHOW Mexla Texas July 21 With one rap of the gravel the ma- chinery of the fortieth annual session of the Grand Lodge and Palace . of Loyal Friends of America was set in ' motion- Tuesday afternoon July 11 at S o'clock at Mexla Texas with Nation- al Grand Master J. W. Hunt of Dallas Texas at the steering wheel. The event took place at Antloch Baptist church the Rev. A. B. Deaver minister in charge. Noticeable prior to the opening was the appearance of the advance guards of the Order who had assembled early for an observation of the fraternal ho- rizon Personnel of the guards was as fol- lows: 1 Dr. A. F. Johnson presiding elder of the (Fort Worth District of the C. M. E. church he was a delegate; Dr. A. 8. Jackson ...

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

TIIR PALLAS KXPRFSS. DALLAS TEXAS SATIKDAY JULY 21 1023 MMiiii5ITOgTOi i COATLSTANTS: THE 01! AM) Tliti' TO TUT. HOLY LN1 CO. MI ST. win-: itv 1 1. Rev. J. 0. Austin Pittsburgh Pa.' 2. Kiv. M. W. Austin .MeAlester Okla. 3. lU'V. M. V. Alien ...Hopkinsville Ky. 4. i: v. J. W. Allen ....Monroe La. 5. Kv. C. W. Abington - Dallas Texas f. Rev. G. n. Asliford Hot Springs Ark. 7. K(!-. A. J. Allen Coiumlms O. fi. Kev. O. J. Allen Statesvillo N. C. 9. Up v. James A. Alf'orn Coliierviile Tenn. 10. liev. M. Anderson CiseOi Texas J I. Uev. 11. P. Anderson '..Philadelphia Fa. J 2. Rev. Josephine Tobias Bufford New York City 13. Uev. li. A. Kiitt Cairo 111. 14. Kov. J. A. lHnfrhaman New Orleans La. 15. Kov. R. A. Byrd Niagara Falls N. Y 16. Uev. Puck Burns Lambert Miss. 17. Kev. W. II. Bm-hannon Enid Okla. 18. Rev. A. Anfiold Brown New Orleans La. 19. Rev. Arthur Booker New Orleans La. 20. President D. H. Butler Paducah Ky. 21. Kev. Chas. W. Brooks New Orleans La. 22. Kev. Henry Allen Boya Nash...

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

THE DALLAS EXPRESS PALLAS TEXAS SATTODAY JH V 1023 ! . 1 1 1 TOWNS TEXHS Taylor Mrs. Fields arrived from her visit to Houston from the bed side of her sick son Mr. Turner Fields. Mrs. Ida Phillips left Sunday night to visit relatives and her sis- ter (Mrs. Amy Fields. They had a big installation last week at the second Mt. Calvary for their new preacher Rev. Covington. Hev D. M. Cleaver the brother of Dr. D. T. Cleaver was in the city last week. Dr. D. T. Cleaver left Monday night for Jacksonville Texas on- business but he returned Thursday. Mr. Mer- ry Weather of Ft. Worth Is in the city this week. A fragment meeting of the A. M. E. church will be held this week with Rev. C. J. Anderson congregation. Rev. W. C. Richardson the pastor of the Murphy street Christaln church is holding meeting in Ft. Worth this week. Rev. O. W. Anderson pastor of Allen Chapel A. M. E. church Rev. Anderson took Rev. T. C. Johnson of Waco Allen Chapel choir and a host of his mem- bers and all went to Thra...

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

r.K- jo rorn TUB PALLAS EXriiESS ivifc.MSER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION THE TUSXEGEE MUDDLE. I!!bilibd BVtry Saturday morning In tho year at 2B00 tiwlm Avenu by BIDS DALLAS BXrrtKSSI PGII1.18UIJVQ COMl'iNV. (Incorporated) Daliaa. Texas. - KIIHK1U AOVKItTISINU RK'HB-SENTATIVEl r. B. T.ttt Caapaar 08 Sth Dear- boa btreet Chlrnnu III. W. . 'Alt Company 404 Mart PulldlnK 111 ftauaa KUreet t( Varh. N. T. Entered at Poat Office at Dallaa fMBii. ni aecond-clana matter under Act of ConRreaa March 1871 TOE PALLAS EXTEESS SUTJSCHirTIONS llf ADTANCE. One Tear.. Six Months Three Months- Single Copy ..$2.25 1.25 . .75 .06 NOTICE! TO TUB PUBLIC. Any orronooin reflection upon the character standing- or reputation of toy peroon.'firrn or corporation which amy appear in the columna of The l-Ua ExDrens will be nadir cor rected upon Its being brought to the attention or the pubiianera. IM POHTAWT. Wo subscriptions mailed for a pe- riod lexa than three "Thontha. Payment far aame must be 7t centa. ...

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

THE DAIXA8 EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS. SATVKDAY JIXY 21 1923 tack mn Texas Towns 1 MJiirHn The Good Hope Western West Key. A. L. White was at Association which convened with his Pst Sunday; all services were a t.i. nu.. good. Rev. White preached two in- if h eIteBt sessions In the history8111 "ermons; there were eight persons added to the church and two were baptised. Mr. Roy Mason's moth er wag Duried Here Saturday. HJIlsboro Mrs. J. C. Frazier D. G. of the Association. Several distinguish ed visitors were present; more than $1000.00 was raised at this session. Rev. W. O. Bell of Ennls has been n!" n R- N. G. of H. H. of Ruth made her Oil U IB till 11 Utll T nvttliuu e.wu uss church at Ennls; he preached a splen- annual visit to both No. 614 and No. did sermon Sunday at First Baptist 3G45; she was entertained by Mrs. church. Several relegates auenaeo. i Love and a reception was given In grand Pilgritn lodge at San Antonio I honor f lM A-i-JiTJlC - Jhnson Dr. H. B. Orr and Mr. mulgee. Okl...

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

THK PAM-AS E.YPRKSS DA1X.AS TEXAS SATVRDAY JULY 81 1923 - s ; ' ! ' i : t MlllllllllllllllllTliM Ml M I I II I I 1 1 1 111 " I ' " ' 1 ' " I-LAH-IJU-H-U aJ.J.-... . J - . VT y Your Question How can I a woman without training and experience earn the money so necessary to the wel- fare and happiness of myself and those I love ? Our Answer Become a Representative of Poro College V V - E. J- CRAWFORD National Grand Secretary Loyal Friends of America. Loyal Friends of America Show Great Gain in Meet at Mexia. Continued from page 1) aid: The group of which the Loyal Friends of America l composed with the vir tue they posses will inevitably lead to victory conquest and high achievements with such traits as mercy humility and forgiveness Ho further added that he had search- ed history very closely and had failed to find a black traitor to the flngr eto. "Honorable Judge all of those who have received your welcome are loyal to the law of the country and the Or. lor" he fald. Welcome address ...

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

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

T4GH EIOIIT THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JULY 21. 1023 Coi. j. o. Midnight's Weekly I ' Mai PuMic Notice! Letter. ' . ' We "The South Muskogee Town Co." wish to recall your attention to 1 a careloHg publication made by the (Continued fsom page 1) South MuBkoKee Development Co.. in J. the last two issues of the Dallas Ex- Building." The Auditorium has a con- P8' hlch "wa tted1 the ventlon hall with seating capacity of S0"th Mu.kogee Co. had withdrawn 4000 and is famous for its acoustic properties. The Mahogany room all their property at South Muskogee from the market. Now we The is a part of the building. Now this lnfr"1 the pubIc th w have t otlu-r thing Campanile 300 feet in height contains a chl bells donated to the city by various me of twelve J?"' ?UL.?..? "e original town of South Muskogee. organisations and citizens. It affords Vh Suth( lu8k$f ut f v'fiCelt V16W f th0 8Urr0Undln dt; A C. Cal'lowkyV treasurer and I do not need to montinn Vareat E'mo c- Calloway was ...

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

r GOODJIU ULRtiRV.ll " as la immm MU sM.1 U l A CHAMPION OF JUSTICF ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE I DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE r A MESSENGER OF HOPE N t Li 0 teaiUft.K2tjcAaUMLMji . i F.uaded by W. H. King. "Th Republican Party It Th Ship All Eh It Th Sa.mFrd Douglat. VOL 84. NO. 38. THK DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JULY 28 1928. PRICB FTVB CENT! Tuskegee Situation Unchanged. All Parties Silent. Hines Non-committal on Policy in Regards to Personnel of Vets Hospital. 90 Patients Registered. (By A. N. P.) Montgomery Ala. July 17. Soma one has Inquired why the atorlei of th. Tuskegee Institute hospital difficulties for The Associated Negro Press for the most part come from this ancient city of secession fame where on the steps of the Illustrious capltol build ing there has been reverently nlanted fold star commemorating; the spot D1bu"n offce PP1 t Col. where Jefferson Davis stood to be In- 8tanley or Protection the Col. turned augurated President of the Confederate Calhoun down nat nd forbad...

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

PAtSJC TWO THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS BATC'RDAY JULY 28 123. niversal Royal Family of Heroes and Heroines of Friendship Held Grand Session at McKinney. McKinney Texas July 28. I'nlon of the Royal (Family Heroes of Heroines of Friendship tieid one of the bent Krand lodges in history of the organlza- tlon at McKinney Texas July 10th to 15th inclusive. At 11 o'clock Tuesday morning the gavel wan sounded by 3. R. Newaome Universal King- calling In session six- teen ulnversal oflicera and one hundred delegates and grand deputies. This num ber answered roll call Illtualiatic opening was followed by many lot leal and Interesting talks by officers duis gates and visitors. Appointment of committees repot u and general work of the Kingdom luU lowed. Harmony peace and unity niai ti- ed the entire holding of the session. Financially the reports show that the Union of Royal Family is in spleu- did condition. All beneficiaries havo been paid and the Kingdom owes no one. This organization wit...

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

THE DALLAS EXPRESS PALLAS. TEXAS SATURDAY JULY 28 1923. pa;e tiikkk te"""""""" 'MH..nMf?M?MMM.?.m ...... M inn ii 1 1 1 1 i. Mii.i..;;;;;;;;;;;;;:7:TTTT:::::!:?r??T??.;;;?;?ryr r - - -- -- - - - - - m a a .j. - - - - - - - A . . . . & - - - - - - - - - - - . . . V V-v ww v w w w w v TEXHS TOWNS V HWHftt?timitfttMIMMMMttIIMHIHIII .-tt....l.....l.mJ..........A.t.t.lAAAA..J.J.J...J.J... . . . . ( J ..TTTTTTTITT.TTTTTTTTTITTTTTTTTITTTTTTTTITTTITTTTTTTTTTTTT 0 Beaumont The Oil City Medical. Dental and Pharmaceutical Society held it monthly meeting at the real. dence of Dr. W. A. Roberta Beaumont Texai Friday night. July 13th. The - meeting- wis well attended by local doctora and doctora from Port Arthur and Orange. There was an ex cellent program rendered that night Dr. Roberta read a paper on profeaaion cooperation which waa a very inter tereatlng one and it waa well dlacuaaed by all. Dr. Jeter of Orange Texaa read a paper on Oral Sepsis which waa aa Interesting to the phyaiclana an...

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

r.M'M rorn THE PALLAS EXPBESS MEMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Jftibllshed every Saturday morning la the year at 2600 Swiss Avenue by ma DALLAS KXPKRHS PUBLlgHIHO COMPANY. (Incorporated) Dallas. Texas. rWHEIO ADVBHT18INCI RBPRJD- SENTATIVHi m. B. f Iff Caaspaay 08 Seat Dear aa street Chtcaaa III. W. H. fUt tympany 4M Martra rallalnK 11 Fast Maaaaa "treat ot lark. If. T. Entered at Poat Office at Dallas Texas aa second-class matter under Act of Conarress. March 1S7 THE DALLAS EXPRESS SUBSCRIPTIONS W ADVANCE. One Tear . Months.. ..$2.25 1.25 . .75 Three Months.. Single Copy .OB sTOTICB TO TUB PUBLIC Any erroneoua reflection opon the character standing or reputation of ny person.firm or corporation which nay appear In the column of The allaa Express will be gladly cor- rected upon its being brought to the Attention of the publishers. IMPORTANT. Ho subscriptions mailed for a pe- riod leas than three'Thonths. Payment far same must be 76 cents. THE DALLAS EXPRESS has never Hoisted...

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

TUB DAIXAS EXPRESS PALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JULY 28 1023. VAtili FIVT5 Texas Towns i Athena Services at various churches Pilgrim Rest M. E. church was in his g-ood Sunday. Rev. C. H. Fuegh of the pulpit and preached a noble sermon. A. M. E. church delivered two able ser- Mrs. Sarah Marshall of Okla. Is In the city visiting her daughter Mrs. Man gle Carter. Miss Marie Buckley went to Is the guest of his sister Mrs. Bessie 1 Sims. Mr. J. L. demons went to Dallas. Mrs. Helan B. Rogers of Fort Worth was In the city on business.' i GroMbeck Mr. Philip Davis of Mus. Greenville to attend the funeral of his mother. Mrs. Minnie Cal of Brookshlre Is visiting her sister Mrs. E. McCay. During the North Western Convention In session at Jerusalem this week the following representatives were enter- tained royally In the palatial boms of Mr. and Mrs. John Lindley; Rev. Felix Jones Waxahacble; Dr. D. A. Scott Dallas; Rev. F. Rivers Barnwell Fort Worth; Dr. P. W. Wesley Texarkana; Mr. Arthur Williams De...

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

MM W rft ll J ra FjA I ll.riLK1 Fn III mtTTa A I'JUi - - - - r i iy p. A .lliinlawful measure . ii.sA A. C. Tilt Tukece MmlJlc. (Continued from page 1) vour news relesjja that the N. A. A. C. 1 was "projected into the ploture" br i.Virnr for frtiliiral troops. The N. A. A. C. I was "projooUd Into tho picture" b smltinnr for federal troop The N A. A. C. I had been n the picture for Ak to tho diflicuUy of acclne? the -lt uation cloarljr from New Tork or Chloa- to be pursued. Some men who OvCT thought of the matter actually bellevsd the associauo telegram was gnnwin a a means of obtaining first-page pub licity In white newspaper! the end be ing recured by asking for protection for Dr. Robert R. Moton auccessor te Booker T. Washing-ton. who at the time was In New Tork. These oplnlona do not Interest the Associated Negro Press father than as and frlenda In the aoutb and will be away several month. Mrs. Cary B. Lewis Cary B. Jr and Mrs. Jane Hammond 4841 8L Lawrence avenue are at Idlewlld...

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

T1IK DALLAS KXl'ItKHS PALLAS TKXA8 BATFKPAY JULY 28 1923. pack tan a j. iBimiiMm-mmmni-iiHiiiiuiiHiiHiiiw f7"i ?KE.5!ft m DR. & Mm. rnlrnwcwnM nrnnn ii m iiiiiuiiiiiimi.iuiMimmiiuilimillllluiinimuuujillimillin IIIIIBIIMIIIIIIIDIIIIIUIIUIOIIIUIIIIIIiailtlllUllliaiM BIG PYTHIAN l pDRIVE!! t:: 'M .339 t 3 5 5 1 5 ill g I gig E S I J GROWER Grows Hair in T emnle I rfi..!hl" wonacrf"' Hair Grower which Is made out of sixteen Ingre- dients and containing everything necessary to GROW hair 2reventi hairK? bket ':W4G 5li' hffi stra ght without pressing but you may pres. it If you desire. I guaran- imuflirHg gas i U H 9 & I II! IB) Hi W III r l a . .... .. .. .. .... . .... ... . . .... ... . . ... ... ... . . .. . 11 533 'lis' 11 lillUliriUDIIItllulirifatl1IIMIiiMCIHMIHMIMainitlllllliaiJIIJIIMIMC3IIUUliniltaillMinilltanilltllttllC3lrlllllinMailll1illltnC3MII itiiiiiraiiitifiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiim iiiiiiinintiiimiici iiiiiintuiiuiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiBiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiii...

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

0 THB DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TKXA8 SATURDAY JULY 88 1923. I TEXAS TOWNS. ' I I Tylrc The PhilUs Who tier club n- frrtttiiied Tuofc-lajr ntght July 17U hones-ins; Dr. and Mrs. T. C. Bledsoe and . Mru. ICatherine Pinkstoa recent visitors I our city. Mrs. 'Plnkston vu presented silverware cleaner prizo far high euro. A delicious menu wa served rnllliu Wlieatley literary and Social Art club met with Mr. U A. Water Live Oak Street Friday. July 13th. The usual hour was spent for Art work each monitor answered to roll call with qaolallon. A delicious menu was acr ved ty the honteas; next meeting; will e with Mrs. H. ThreUteld. July tOth. This city was over crowded last week with delegates and visitors to the East Texas D. T. P. U. and 8. S. Con- . vention which convened at True Vine felUt church with Rev. H. C. Alex- ander as pastor and president of the aneeting; over flowing crowds were resent. The greatest convention ever feold in Bast Texas. Rev. Alexander and (ncinhers deserve praise fo...

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