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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 4 August 1923

'I I ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE I. DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE raonden br W. a Klg. ' . . "Tht Republican Party is The Ship All Else is The Sea.mFrei Douglas. VOL. 34. HO. . ' ' " THK DALLAS KH'UESS MLUS TKXAH SATURDAY AUGUST 4 1928. PRICB FTVB CENT! mm .Mir8 UVJ WORLD BAPTISTS VILUMIS AT SWEDEN MEETING (By A. N. P.) Stockholm Sweden Aug. i. Rally- . Ing to the request of American Negro delegates Baptlste of all races In at- tendance at the third Congress of the Baptist World Alliance here elected the Rev. Dr. I K. Williams president of the National Baptist church In the world to the executive committee of the alliance. The Negro delegates were led by the Rev. C. H. Parrlsh of Loulsivllle Ky- and the Rev. K. Arlington Wilson of Dallas Texas. They were appointed by Dr. Williams as head of the Baptist convention before they left America. Other delegates were:. T. 8. Sande- fur. Camden Ark.; J. H. Hay Shreve- port. La.; C. S. Brown Wlnton N. C; J. W. Bailey Marshall Texas; R A. Adams Dermott Ark. M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 4 August 1923

;k two THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY AUGUST 4 102& of F. and S. M. T. Show Re- sources of $351675.90 at Fort Worth Meeting. (Continued from page 1) worker of Texan. . . Ha told of the demonxtratlona In cul- tivation canning home development the other phaae of farm life which the twenty-eight workers In Texas were seeking to Improve. He also epoko of migration as It had not also poke of migration as It had not affected Texas going as the reason that Texas farmers knew better how to make land pay than did others much. Much applause greeted his statoment that while the farming population of Texas had actually Increased. After a song by the audience Prof. It. L. Smith President of the Farmers Improvement Bank of Waco spoke briefly on the soundness of the finan- cial program of the U. B. of V. In Tex- as. He discusxed In detail their Invest- ments In revenue producing property Instead of In temples their investment In good mortgage notes and their policy of making women eq...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 4 August 1923

THE DALLAS EXTOES8 PALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY AUGUST 4 1928. f TEXHS TOiAZNS r. 1TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTITI1T HH HQ f y fffff j f f f fj ff f t 1 ttttt t t 1 1 1 t t t ft t 4) 1 1 t ttt t I tttttf T1 .M V - IMMI .' . HmIIb The doors of the Marlln lat Baptist church (Colored) are still open having: won thr Injunction suit. In the District Court of Falls county against her Instigated by the ex.pastor and others. The members of the First Bap- tist church are making- great prepara- tions for the entertaining of the State Sunday School Congress which is to convene In Marlln about Aug. 22. It will be the guest of the First Baptist church and they are (the members) sparing no pains to help make it a success. Prof. P. A. Stamps Is In 8t Louis Mo. Mrs. Dr. Lee of Houston Is In town for a few days rest Mr. Z. D. Warren of San Antonio Is here spending a few days with home folks ana friends. Delegates from Grand Lodge U. B. F. of Fort Worth reported a splendid session and a fine trip. The National Wood...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 4 August 1923

" "hiiiiii iiiin T jfe THK DAI.US EXrRKKS 1AIJAS. TUX AS SATURDAY AUGUST 4 1923. TUB DALLAS EXFBESS MtWRER first w MEMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday -morning la tha year at 2600 tiwlu Avenue by IDB DALLAS BXPKKHS rVllLISHIHO COMPANY. (Incorporated) Dalian. Texas. FOHRIG ADVK11T18INQ BEPHB- SElfTATIVBt s. B. riff Cespaay 08 Saatb Dear- fca Street hit III. w. h. .iff iriir 404 Worm JBalldinK 11 East Iliual Street lark H. f. Entered at Post Office at Pallas rxa aa second-clane matter under Act of Consrress March. 1871 THE DALLAS EXFRESS 8UBSCRIPTI039 IN ADVANCE. One Year Six Months.. ..$2.26 .1.25 Three Months.. Single Copy .OS IfUTICB TO THE) PUBLIC Any erroneoua reflection npoa the haracter. standing- or reputation of any person. -firm or corporation whlcn may appear In the column of The Dallas Express will be gladly cor- rected upon Its being- brought to tha attention of tha publishers. IMPORTANT. Ho subscriptions mailed for a pe- riod less than three...

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

THJ3 DAM-AS KXI'KKSS BAIXA8 TEXAS SATURDAY AUGUST 4 1023. PAGB FIXH f Texas Towns l'ulradnr Ming Cathorone Swanson : Shulby. Tho K. of F's. pulled off a bg nf Gilmer Texas la here visiting her picnic at the park July 28. Junior ulster Mrs. Gantt and "Mrs Howard ' from Dallas and the carnival band fur- and other relatives. Services were (food . nlnltod the music for the occasion. Mr. at nil tho churches. On last Wednesday j"d Mrs. Green of Dallas are theRiiest ... 'of Mr. and Mrs. O. I Banks. J. W. Rey- n jrht at Antloch Baptist church they. ... h . . .. . ' ' " nolds N. G. Ij. of the Ixyal Friends had record breaker prayer meeting 'brothcr-ln-law Mr. HurIv motored to Itev. and Mrs. Lee lost their little boy.oT Denton In company with his son and I ...... ... M..1t"lnnair Tiilv 9 fl ta vtaA - V. on the 26th mat. was burled on tne """. 27. Tyler Sunday School and B. Y. P. U. were 'well attended at True Vine. Regular services were carried out at Bethlehem Baptist church St. James C. M. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 4 August 1923

THH DALIiAS EXPRESS' DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY AUGUST 4 1028. President Harding..- Dies KBKKBS83 .8 ADA MONTGOMKE'S HAIR GROWER la Uu-m nontns win the Umi tons soft end sioeay. A trial wtt rove it. Wna la uuu City ear HEALER OF GREAT POWER Suddenly. TO ALL THE KNIGHTS and DAUGHTERS OF TABOR. Death Apparently Due To An Apoplexy. o ii F"" ' ; t ! ; $0 j f AS I A M X V . U .... y- 9 i - Presidential Headquarters Palace Hotel San Francisco CaL Aug- 2-Presidcnt Harding died instantly and without warning to- night at 7:30 o'clock. Death came to the chief executive while he was conversing with members of his family and according to an official state- ment. issued by physicians was apparently due to some brain cvolvement probably an apoplexy. The end came so suddenly that the members of the official larty could not be called. " kIt came after a day which had been described by Brig. Gen. Sawyer the President's personal physician as the most satisfac- tory day the President had had since his illn...

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

THK DAIJiAS EXPRES8 PA1AAS TEXAS SATURDAY AUGUST 4. 1023. PAGE SKYKtf PITTMAN DESIGNS FELLOWS' TEMPLE. ODD: Plans of Race's Leading Artist Adopted as Home of Dis- trict Grand Lodge No. 25 G. U. 0. of 0. F. of Texas. To be Built at Houston. Other Notable Buildings Completed. V..' 's5?. - SthgI D3 f f f hi tot) ?i4& HOUSTON TEXAS. Houston. Texan Colored Odd Fellows of Texas are going to have the finest and largest home office building that's now owned by any Negro fraternal Or- der this side of Atlanta Ga. when the founding as fully mapped out by Ar. chltect W. Sidney Plttman and approv- ed by the Grand Lodge building com- mittee has been completely built and finished. The lot for the building has been bought and paid for. It Is 100 feet square occupying one of tho most the Stato In 1912 he has been a tre- mendous factor in the elevating and dignifying of every effort within the race toward building in all of its phases. His home town (Dallas Texas) has given him her Stamp of appr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 4 August 1923

.5 V L J JL H 0 ! ' I t p Organizer Dr. W. F. Bledsoe G. M. vJ V- .- " Tim DAIXAS EXPRESS PAMPAS TKXA3 8ATUKPAV AUOFST 4 1028. Kates of u 1 0 Admit You To Membership In THE o OF p AND O JJi O o TY7 Fa! i i-iO i.b Absolute Protection. Our Resources Now Total v. Value of Policy . . $345268.39 . ' . v $575.00 See Any Member or Write to - : PROF. C. H. McGRUDER Grand Secretary 4191-2 Milam St.; HoustonJ Texas. i Young Man Young Woman This Is Your Chance. "5T 00 Prof. C H. McGruder Grand Secretary.

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 11 August 1923

I ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE I distinctive' IN service I r.unded by W. B. King. " "The Republican Party Is The Ship All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. ' -- ' VOL. 84 NO. 40. " TUK DALLAS KXPRES8 DALJJ18 TEXAS SATUKDAY AUGUST 11 1923. PRICB FIVH CENTi Odl d. raow PLAN UNIFICATION OF METHODIST CHURCH NORTH AND SOUTH. (By The Associated liegro Press) Cleveland Ohio Aug. 10 Church circles have been keenly Interested in the Joint Commission on Unification of the MethodiHt Episcopal Church ind the Methodist Episcopal Church South which has been in session re- cently at the Hotel Winton in this city. This merger is ot significance to the Negro race because there are .169162 Negroes organically a part of the M. E. Church while the Col- ored Methodist Episcopal Church in America although independent is af- fected because it is being helped by the Methodist Episcopal Church South in its educational and home- in lesion work. A plan Iihs been worked out and is now to be presented first to the Gen- era...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 11 August 1923

IKE EXPRESS- DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY ATOVFg1 11 1923. r m:m two Red Tie To The Church And Hang He Up In Ihz Church. RKV. W. C. BAUNE8 Modorator. Modrratvr'i Annnal ' Call to the 201k Aaaual geniloa t the .Ion Hct Mia. alonnrr Baptist AH-latloa ami Ita A.xlllarle. which will be held with the Pilgrim Valley Baptist Church Fort Worth Texas August 1.1-20 102.1 Her. fl. W. Bay Pastar i . . . : Our Motto: A saved soul In every churches of the District ooc. All mem. services for the Master's Kingdom and.bers from the .churches who will pay $5000.00 to help share our part In great needs of our schools orphanages mis- sionaries and other needs which be- long to our Christian obligations. Arise YOUNG DALLAS WOHAH SHOT DOWN. Hrs. Agnes Kelson Falls Mortally Wounded-A Victim of a Revolver at Close Range. i Early Thursday night between the hours of 7 and 8 o'clock at 2407 Coch ran street Mrs. Agnes Nelson a pop- ular young Dalias woman was shot down and mortally wounded while act- ing In a roll of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 11 August 1923

THE DALLAS EXPRESS PALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY AUGUST 11 1023. 'mm:-- f t .. ...... M tt TT' TEXHS TOWNS tt Hill imilllllll "T-TTTTT".T MTTTWTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTtTfTtTTTTTTTTTTTTTI iT.TtttttTTTTTTTTttTtttttWtttWHttttTttttWttTttTTTTTtTTm w w ! I Rusk. Rev. H. H. Harris pastor .of the New Mount Olive Baptist Church 1b now in the city. Rev Harris in ac- cordance with previous announce- ments began his summer revival or protracted meeting on Sunday Aug. 4th. The.C. M. E. Juvenile Society of Rusk Texas is putting forth every effort available to royally entertain all Rusk and adjacent towns with a program on Friday night Aug. 17. Commemorating its anniversary on Saturday night Aug. 18 the C. M. K. Church will present to the masses a "Young People's" concert the spe- cial features of which will be "Grab Bag" "Candy Drawing" and "Cob Race." Sunday is contempluted as the paramount day of the program. Dr. S. H. Bradley pastor of the Mt. Pleasant C. M. E. Church will preach his celebrated sermon the sub...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 11 August 1923

iwc.k vovn THH KAU.AS KXl'KKHS DALLAS TKXAS BATCUDAY At'UVir 11 1928. THE DALLAS EXrBESS FIPST IN ii-itvici; NATIONAL N'iGrVJ PRESS ' ASSOCIATION. Published evtry Saturdaf morning la the year at iitSOO Swiss Avenue by CUB WALLAS KXPItKHS I'l'llI.IMlINU COMPANY. (Incorporated) Dallas. Texas. toyr.ia auvhhtisinu bephu- SKNTATIVEl . M. TAtt Company 608 South Dear mmm 6ret ( IiIiuko III. W. B. . .Itt Company 404 Mono ulldlnK 116 f.mml tiHti street. Hew ork N. V. Entered at Pot Ofrica at Dallas T'xas an second-class matter under Act of onKreaa. March 187 THK DALLAS EXPRESS SUUSfRIPTIONS IN ADYANCE. Pna Year .. Hj Months Three Months . Bingle Copy ..2.25 1.25 .;s .OB KOT1CK TO THH PUBLIC. any erroneous reflection upon tbe character standing or reputation of oy person firm or corporation which niv appear In the columns of The tl)as Express will be gladly cor- rected upon Ha being brought to the ttontlon of the puhllshera. IM I'OXITANT. Wo subscriptions mailed for a pe- riod less than three...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 11 August 1923

o THE PALLAS EXPRESS PAIXAS TEXAS SATURDAY AfUUffT 11 1923. PAGE! FTVB TEXAS TOWNS kniiiiiaiiiiHMiHaiiiumiMaiiiiiiiiiiuflim iiBiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiniini iniiiiiiMiiiininuiiiiuoiiiinHiinaimwraaiiiiin U?iiiwiaiiiHiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiHiaiiitiiiMuaiiHm biimltniiiiiililiiiniliiiiimiiniiiiitimiiniiiiniiiiiiniiitiiiim ..... .iiiifiiiiiimimiiiiiiiiuiniiiiiiitiiitntimmiiit - .......H.......H....M.t.M wtiH.imniMHHiiw - - "Mmimillliwillllllll llUIIIIIIIIIIIIUHIimil!IIUIf llllllllllUIIIIIHHHIUIIIlllllllllUIIHIIIIUIlUII TlllllilHlllllllllMlllllllimiinmiii."HM -... .....iMiimmmiM iHiiMiHllM"...niiMilMn)iMnitluiHllt ' OF i i 9 : a i s ! o o o Corsicana. Miss Eliza Love of Aus- tin is the pleasant guest in the home of Dr. and Mrs. F. T. Moore. Mrs. J. A. Brooks is visiting her mother Mrs. Malissa Ivans Rockdale. Mr. and Mrs. VV. E Griggs of Rice were here last week. Mrs. Rosetta Harris attended Sunday School convention at Denton last week. Mrs. Jno. Williams of Richland visited relatives here las...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 11 August 1923

o PACK THE PATXAS EXTOLS PAIXAH TKXAS. 8ATFRPAY AVGVFfH it 1923. i ' 3 ! 1! 53 53 C3 iiiiiaiiiimnitiaitii:wiiiiBHiiW)iiiiaimiiiniiiBi!iiii!iii!iBuuiiii!Maiiuiiniiiio iiiiiiiaitiiiiinniQiiriniiiitiaumimiiioiiimmr ! l?r?;j.:LTI52S . P314"1 irnuorjiiiiiii nArrinraii! ADUn- dHnt success Is assured if you will promise io muuiuiiy iohow instruc- tions and advice that will be so free- ly offered you. Write now to 'Grace Gray DeLong "The Little White Mother." Amerl- TEXAS TOWNS. iiiiWMiHiiifflwii !Ca'g Illustrious Adviser; tell her of nmiK tpAiiKlaa tanlnaa A amWiaiAa and Mr Upshaw. Rev. Hammond C1 rT" vice and about her system of relief. Do not send her any money or pos- tage unless you care to do so of your own free will. ll.-nr-tta .Services were well attend- ed Sunday at Providence C. M. E. Chur.'h. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Steward have moved to Corslcana Mr. M. S. De- Journott baa moved back to Henri- etta. Mr. M. A. Go wen la back from tennis where she attended M. E. Con- ference. The C. M. E...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 11 August 1923

3 THE DALLAS KXPIIKSS DALLAS TKXAS SATlItD.W AUGVTp 11 1983. rAGE SEW! ! - K : Texas Towns f Wnrn Mr. and Mrs. McCoy of East on early date. Mr. Beans has recently Waco left the city for Los Angeles opened a first class cafe and doing1 their future homo. Tr. J. W. Strong I gl)0(1 business. oanquet was rendered accompanied by Coach Chiles of C. T. i - .... " . . . ' .. r.!.. the citizens lat Tuesday night at Pll C have Joined his family In Chicago ' to spend the rest of the summer. Dr. srliu ball which was enjoyed by all. J. W. Frldla writes from Chicago that On laat tiunday the St Matthews Bap- he Is feeling fine and enjoying tho tist Chinch had a splondld Sunday cool breezes. Dr. K. E. Clommons Is school. Starlight Band. B. Y. P. U. and leaving the city soon for New Jersey Missionary rally; Rev. H. McCrane pas- City and other points. Mrs. Willis Per-; tor of St. Matthew church was at his ry-Waite underwent an operation last best. The bazaar given by the Congre- week at the Colglns S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 11 August 1923

. i-r.wTT.-- p x:sj! ia" wi VUBJ THK DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TKXAS BATUKDAY AUGUST 11 1923. DR. WILSOJT TO OCCUPY PULPIT CLAIM ECONOMIC CAUSES UN- DERLIE ATTITUDE OF TUSKEGEE WHITES THIRD 817 If DAY llf AUGUST. f' 'iiunMiiiiiiHtiiiMittiMHtinnnimtnmniiiMUiimniHirtiiiinniinifmHimtltmilllinilllimillinim - lUnitH'UIIISnmMIIIItMUUIMMitUinuiMIHIIIwmiMiiniunuiHiMHiiiiniwiiiMi sawmiHwawtuuissimssMitHHiSMfMiiiiiiitw r:a ivight s. " w ill - pi SS I PERSONAL MENTION Iff If 5 e s as 59 I I S 5 n 55 R s b a S3 r siMitioiiniiiniiinmMtiiiiiDiHM f. 4 HimiiitnHimt.iiurMuniiiminimiiiMitnittiniihiinimiiHiinninnm g' I NiiiiiiQiiuiiotwDJism MU Irma Kawls. 3026 Cochran St. is visiting her sister In Chicago. I1L She will remain with her sister until the opening; of the University of Chica go there to take up the study In Med- icine Elsewhere will be found the program to be rendeded by the Gray family at St. James A.-M. K. Temple Sunday night Kalher mother and all the children HlnfT and play come and hear th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 25 August 1923

rt 1 ' 1 ALWAYS PROGRESS 1 I DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE 1 t ... ....... i. ...-i.i .I.H.. . ' "' i .i ... .- j . " reunded by w. B. King ' "The Republican Party li The Ship All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. . : ' - : : .. . VOL. 84 NO. 42 . " " THE DALLAS KM'RESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY AUGUST 25 1028. PEICB FIVH CENTS PYTHIANS LOSE $2500 ON CAMP SITE FOR SUPREME LODGE. (Crusader Service) New York Aug. 24 An attempt to erect a camp to accommodate the delegates here during the twenty-second biennial session of the Knights of Pythias ended in a financial loss of $2500 when it was discovered to- day that the officers of the Grand Lodge of Mew York State in charge of arrangements had failed to ob- tain permission of the Borough of Queens and its Health Department for the enterprise. A farm of five acres had already been obtained and $2500 paid down when white residents of the section began to pour objections into the office of the Borough President and the Health Department with the re- sui...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 25 August 1923

rA;u too THE DALLAS KXPKKSS DALLAS TEXAS HATTRDAY. AUGUST 25 1023. iiijiiiiiiiiijiiSn f j LADY MARY ART CI ATI). The club held its regular monthly meeting at the home of Lady Geneva Thomas 2120 Routh street July 28. (The meeting was largely attend- ed and wag presided over by Lady Carrie C. Gaston lady of the sceptre. Lady Carrie C. Gaston rendered her report of the sessions of the State Federation of clubs which held its annual meeting in San Antonio Texas. The report was an excellent one and a standing vote of thanks wag tendered her for the splendid report. Lady Mattle Jefferson's piece of art needle work won first prize and highest score at the State Exhibit at the State Federation. The club is looking forward with preat anticipation to its entertain- ment in the city of Fort Worth by Lady E. E. Williams August 25-23. Lady Carrie C. Gaston Lady of the Sceptre. Lady Geneva Thomas Lady of 1 of the Pen. WHEATLUY I'LACE CIVIC LEAGUE. HIGHLAND PARK SOCIAL CLUK. The Highland Park Soci...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 25 August 1923

TUB PALLAS EXPRESS PALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY AUGUST 25 1923. 41 I tt TEXHS TOWNS ... .... .... . . . . M ..... ..... . if 1 A A tfftffTtfttfttTtTWtTTTTTTfTTtTTTTTTTTTTTTT .V' IvT Z . A A A A ... A A A. A A A .at. .sV . - m. . - . AAAAAAAA "'ll?"l?"''l""lf1"11111 Crockett The banquet given Wed-1 nesaay night by the Missionary bis- ters at Miles Chapel was a grand success the Carr and Gray wedding on the 26th was a swell affair the out of town guests attended were 9. Presents were very numerous and expensive. Piano Good services at all the churches. Sunday School. was extra good we have had revivals at the C. M. E. church. The Shlloh Baptist and Mrs. Riddle carried it on and with much success with 18 additions and 14 persons were baptised some of them were old. Holland Mrs. Edna Boyce and Mrs. Fannie Gray are visiting in Eastern. Sirs. Vela Jackson and Mrs. S. Stevenson have returned to their home In Texarkana after spending several days In Holland. Death visited the home of Prof. J. H. P...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 25 August 1923

rvu;M rout THE PALLAS EXPBESS PA I Ma TEXAS SATURDAY AVGCST 85 1923. urn ! H h OU.I-AS EXrBESS fru-Jj ; - .. . WOMEN TAKE A STAND ON LYNCHING. The Commission on Inter-Racial Cooperation has again spok- en and the most baneful practice engaged in by the American peo V' .6 ' Nc:'.:vipif MbMBER i NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published evtry Saturday morning la the year at 2600 8wla Avenue by tllS DAMAN EX PUBIS ruin.iniN COMPAWY. (Incorporated) Dallaa. Texas. VOKKIG ADVERTISING RKPKH- SENTATIVEi W. B. Klff Company i8 XoHta ei- iiam MrM CMrnKO III. W. It. '.irl Company 404 Morion WvlidinK 114 Knat aia.sau Street flew York X. T. Entered at Post Office at Dallas. lxas ea second-class matter under Act of Congress. March lilt THE DALLAS EXTBESS SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADYANCE. Year.. One &lx Month" Tbre Months.... Single Copy ..Ji.25 ..1.25 .1 it .05 NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. Any en-oneoua reflection upon the character. atHmltng or reputation of joy person firm or corporation which jr.ay appe...

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