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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 17 May 1919

1TIE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. fEX AS, SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1919 FAGE JTCfE l n c Mm. AjliU 1 ji LlIsMU tats I llpll J IVL v i U u U L3 U U LJ LJ LJ LJ . LJ LJ I J U LJ LJ t-J LJ L ,J mm 1M ; ; - ' ' '- , I Wl 01 i Saturday, May 17th Is your Last Chance to See "The Fighting Roosevelts; One of the Best Pictures we Have Shown. SATURDAY IS THE LAST DAY. Sunday, May 18th, Big Double Bill, "TOM. MIX," Featured in 6 Syldner Love, A Big Western Comedy JACK RICHARDSON WEDNESDAY, MAY 21ST Our Thrilling: Western Serial, "THE TIGER'S TRAIL." i " J - ' -' 1 - '. . . . ... . w, ' J '! ' ' - VVith Beautiful Ruth Roland ........ . tl ... .; .. . . -i Also Two Reel Western Drama and Pat he News "TIGERS TRAIL" ' . Continued Every Wednesday. Ruth Roland o C? A PATUCSOUAJL ANNA LITTLE, Featured in a . Strong Westell Drama. Also A LONE LUKE COMEDY. This makt J a mighty strong Sunday Program. You are bound to enjoy. CDCriAT ITT D ATTTAXT i Jl LL1HL ill InALl IlIH HONDAY and TUESDAY May 19th and 20th TOM MIX ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 17 May 1919

TAV.B VEX TOE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1919. f FORT nOSTS HEWS ? . Jf n RW ANSON Reooruir Office, 1301 E. 9th Street 2 NEWS BOX at Brtxs Comet 'Print In Co. 905 Jones Street The Dallas Express for Sale. C ' E&r.loss check covertn. lo per word (or reading notices, sic, when you DROP your MESSAGE In the BOX. Trade Mark: GOOD SERVICE GILEAD MISSION ARI SOCIETY. Ft. Worth, Texas, MayJ5. Mrs. I B. Laoe, president and the following siators, of Mt Gilead Missionary So ciety: Sinters U B. Boone, Ella Mc- Clellan, A. Lemons, Leah Brown, J. F. Reece, A. U Maclcey, Lena Lock, Theresa Boone and Matilda Smith visited Camp Bowie, last Monday and presented the boys of the Y. M. C. A., beautiful banquets. Tbe Annual Thanksgiving of the Odd Fellows, despite tbe down pour of rain at one o'clock Sunday after noon was largely attended and a most splendid and able sermon was dolivered by the Rot. Mr. W. O. Upsbaw. All In all, a record breaker. Mr. G. R. Braggs was called to M...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 17 May 1919

DALLAS A7 ' ' J. ALBA AUSTIN M. A. 8. JACK805 GOES FBALBEE TIEW. , TO Tha District Superintendent of the Federal Administration of Railroads here, has Invited Dr. Alexander S. Jackson, pastor of the New Hope Baptist church, to preach a sermon In memory of the men who have died in the service the past federal year, at this church on, Sunday, May 25th, at 8 o'clock in the afternoon. This he has consented to do. The public is Invited to attend this un usual appointment Dr. Jackson has gone to preach the commencement sermon at Prairie View State Normal and Industrial College, tomorrow. He will attend next week the Texas Bap tist Foreign Mission Convention at Beaumont, to which work New Hope church has given more largely by three hundred per cent than ever before. He will return the latter part of the week. After the Porter's Memorial service, Dr. Jackson will baptise the numerous converts of the glorious revival meeting at New Hope church through which the pastor was so splendidly assis...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 17 May 1919

Xf X.. PAGE TWELYB THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1919. oo I .i. - - , WV ' ., : ...... ...;-,... . ; .t,... . i - - . N.. . n. .1 irm--' t ,j W . In- - kaauj lul ., J ''LM.. JS- M -rn ir- H 'i l" SUM , ; 7 . J.,... ,i J,....; -JiK '-' I - vvv vv - y vv y VV Yft vvv YtV yyv VVt vvv vvv vvv vvv YYV vvv t Vv vv x vv J vv V X X t vv V X X V X X x vv V J X x vv v X X x vv V X X t vv V X X X VV V X X X vv V J X X vv v x x X VV V X X X vv V X X x vv ! X' v x x X vv v X X V X X x vv V X X X VV v x x 'iff VVV vvy VfV VVV vvv V VV YYY vvv vvv vvv M YYY YYY YYY YYY yyv VV? rH FY Y YYY YYY YYY YYY IV 77) A fN JOHN HARRIS, MANAGER i t ; ii r " 1 I ) . I S 1 4 ., , , , ,JOIIN HARRIS Sunday May 18th, "THE RED GLOVE" Featuring Mari Walcamf, Tkomas Lineham Alfred Allen. A continued atory ereiT Sunday. AIbo a brand hew picture. ', "A Prisoner For Life" a4 Featuring Eddie Polo, for ten weeks. To be shown ejery Sunday it Monday, May 19th "The Silent Mystery" Featuring Francis For...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 24 May 1919

- HaV 3-' - .Founded by W. IC King. TOL. W, 50. 82 i? Tin nn 0 Jlin uvu an FflBE 111 161$ BLACKS ARE BEING ORGANIZED BY RADICALS; BAIT THE SOUTH. NEGRO PUBLICATIONS NULLIFY THIS SECTION. ' By L. T. Leech in Dallas Dispatch. ' Washington, May 16. Many south - ern Democrats are beginning to voice displeasure here at administration in termeddling with the negro question. ' These offenders are mainly under strappers of the Labor Department or the recently disbanded Creel bureau, and all these persons are of the lun atic fringe which the Democratic par ty has attached to itself throughout the North or placed in office in the effort to coddle and conciliate the "radical" element. The number of limousine liberals and parlor Bolshevik! now holding of fice at Washington is very large and very irritating tethe southern wing of the party, which has to bear all the odium of its supposed domination and at the same time stand for the radical stunts of its northern faction to the disgust of its so...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 24 May 1919

PAnr: rv.'O THE DALLAS EXPRES3, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY. MAY 24, 1919. OLD REGULAR . ..nnmiitmtt Shreveport, La TTTfTTTTT Explain ' Soma Irreflularttles Soma Observations on Condition Dem ocracy Explained Th Poetry Writing Soldier Goes to Shreve port Stop at Texarkana DeKalb, Annona and Pari Capitulate, Whlla Successful Attack Are Mad on Honey Grove, Bonham, . Whlte wrlght Discover a $100,000 Col ored Fanner at Bell Take a ,, bboirt V. th at Denlsoa and Sher man, and Attend A Devil Driving Protracted Meeting Don't Laugh, at Dallas Staff Correspondence. Somewhere In Two State, May 10, 1919. Tl rough no fault of mine and over a general protrst, the mechanical end of the Dallaa Express has li terfered with the ateady run of this narrative, in so much that recently my deliver ance being current literature, they have rather been glimpses of ancient history. I am on again, however, and hope to be able to give off a regular in stallment weekly, Just as things bap pen. . Some Observation. M...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 24 May 1919

. v ' TOE DALLAS KXPR7.33, PALLA. TEXAS SATURDAY, MAt 24, 1.31$. fat: lows: Samuel" J. Manning:, Vera Cook, Bernlce Centers, Ethel Jonas, Alice Thompson, Elmlra Larklns, Obefta Cornelius, Lawrence Ferril Jordan, Theodore V. Glover, Leonl das B. Hodge. Mr. Albert Fierce and wife of Chicago, IU., has been spending sev eral weeks in the city on visit to his parents, .. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pierce, East Line street WW4 OUR NEW HOME FREE! FREE!! FREH U Jwt nai as yew aAdrwM sal wflj sa4 ysa ay nail rBX3 turn large a4 ttantiful Catalog iVw kuj sU taa latest style Creole Eair Goods, Hair Nsta, Raw Hair, Waetrta Combs sad Hair Worker's T la, aU. Oar Hair goods have tts rspntatloa for ketag tfi hmt . sad we are the Urg-st mau re , lOTsst Hair Oeo4a How ka tfcs We lUta t Prof. A. H. Rager of Andy, was in the city Saturday on business connected with Jacksonville summer normal. 1 Mrs.- Hattie Brown and little daug hter, Leruca are spending a few 'X days visiting la Athens. ( 5 i i i 25,000 MORE ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 24 May 1919

NATjONAL NEGRO PRtSS ASSOCIATION. L l'i.'i;bi-d viry Saturday morolBf Jo In year ail 2600 l-win Avmus. by ISHI DALLAS r'TPIIK PUBLISHING i-a.n nr. Onrorporafd) DhIIbk, Toxh. IVrti York -Ofllc. t'rort at Frost II N. 2uh Htre-f-t. oilier. Front Frost, Boy c FiilKlintT'. Atlanta ititlr. Front Front, Can A'.ir i'mlilina. Vu.li.lllr om-. Front ft Frost, In 4ilnrVnt l.lf Hullilinit. MltOf J. R. JOHDAIV, Moaaacr. FnMrnl ot Pont Oltlre at Dallaa, T?a, nn a-cond--laii matter, under JUt of CnnKrraa- March, 117. IMPOItTAHT. No atinncrlptlona tnallwl Vor a lass period thta three months. Payment for nam Biuat be 69 centt. tUHSCHIPTIOlVS II ABTANCR. One Tear Ciz Month , It Three Month , Single Copy..,. , , 01 XOTICB TO TUB PUBLIC. Any erroneoue reflection opon the rhra-ter, standing: or reputation of any person, firm or corporation whlah roar appear in the coluain of The l-allaa Kaprer will be (ladly cor rjt(xj upon II bsina- brought to tba t,i.Uon of tb publisher. SATURDAY, MAY U, 1019. Go to ch...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 24 May 1919

T r-y THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY. MAY 24, 191S. PA tig FITS TEXAS HEARNE. Hearne, Texas, May 22. Rev. Ma hon of Houston was here last week on. business. Rev. Womley of Caldwell was with his people at St Paul Sunday. Rev. E.-A. Ayers and his good people worshipped at St Paul Sunday. Prof. A. D. Lewis and Miss R: B. Canaway married Wednesday. Rev. Glass officiated. They received many nice presents from many visitors. High School Notes. Juniors entertained Seniors Thurs day. School concert Thursday night was! a success.-' All children carried out their parts well. Friday night Gradu ation exercise was par-excellent; had three graduates. ( They received many presents from church and friends. Graduates: Miss Artella Brown, Miss Tennie Stamps and Miss Savanah Car ter. Commencement address delivered by Dr. J. W. Strong, A. M president oi uentrai Texas College. He was at his best. Diplomas issued by Dr. H. W. Cummings, president of the school board. Music was rendered by Pr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 24 May 1919

, . frfTv rsiir a a irYPntnc;a DAT.T.AS. TEXAS. SATURDAY. MAY 2-1. 1919. " AAJM IJU..U spFf - y -r y ' i I 1 1 . an-1 TEXAS TOWNS LUFKIS, TEXAS. Sunday BthooU well attended at all churches. Rev. Brantford, pastor of Good Will BaptlBt church, being ab sent, bis appointment waa filled by Rev. Patten, one or the city tnluta tera. Rev. ReaRor, pastor of C. M. K. Church, left Wedncaday for point In Houston County, to be absent a week or 10 days. Mr. T. I Chapel a promising young man of tbls town has opened up a moving picture ahow in Knights of Pythlaa Hall and is doing a profit able business. Rev. Austin of Beaumont was In the city all of last week. The Christian denomination la con ducting a revival at Good Will Bap tist Church. Mrs. T. Butler went to Mayotown Sunday to visit her brother. Mr. D. A. Starlts wado a flying trlD to Nacogdoches Sunday. Rev. V. A- Bowman, 'one of our city ministers, baa been seriously III but In much Improved. Mrs. Uvlca Spikes of Trinity Is a city visitor, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 24 May 1919

V THE PALLAS EXPRESS, PALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1919. PAGE E3VET1 ft r4 t : 1 V. TEXAS WHTTEWBIGHT. WWtewright, Texas,' May 21 Sun day school was good at both churches Sunday, Rev. G. E. Patterson with his people preached to a crowded house. Maud Wren and Eva Hamil ton have returned from Dallas. Ger trude Kindrex from Oklahoma Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. McCoy. Mr. Clyde Holley is sick. Mr. Sherman Henderson and Miss Stella Galbert were married at the home of Mr. and Mrs. , Henderson. Mrs. Mary Lee was In Sherman, last week when you want the Ex press you will find it at W. C. Earle's fountain. Mr. Jesse Andrews has built a storm cellar. Mrs. Pinkie Henderson is visiting in Oklahoma. When you want the Express see Cecil Gate wood at W. C. Cole's foun tain, Northside. CLARKSTILLE. Clarksvllle, Texas, May 22. Ser vice was well attended at all of the churches Sunday. We were enter tained on the 16th at 8:30 p. m., with the jubilee singers from Paris and Clarksvllle. Mr. W. M. Dyer, m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 24 May 1919

TIIE DALLAS EXHIESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 24. 1919. pack r.icrx i ! i ! TEXAS rouU. Texas. May 22. Service at Fl&lnvlo C. M. B. church m well attended. In the Quarterly con ference here. Dr. O. W. Benson rained Prof. W. 8. WTJis ot Waco, waa (n Fouta, Saturday and Sunday.' Sat urday nlett he addressed the Py thians In the CasUe hall and Sun day be spoke the speech of his ability in the interest of the Negro In the morning. . Frof. A. T. Wood was in Ponta, Monday and left Thursday for other points. Rev. P, M. Rhodes of Nacogdoches filled the rostrum at Elm Grove, Sunday. At 11 a. m, subject "How to be Great." So much was his eloquence that he waa engaged to ass let In a rreat revival at the Missionary Bap tist church here in the summer. Col lection $20.00. Rev. Williams of Overton, Tras here Sunday at Elm Grove Baptist church. Rev. Rhodes left Monday for Beaumont to attend the State Missionary convention. The Woman's Missionary Council will convene in Ponta, June 6 and in...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 24 May 1919

1HE DALLAS EXPRESS, PALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1819 , , , I IS: n! .1 til as Ennrp nn n nnnr Ma Uy liiil lis- nil mut LJ LJ LJ LJ LJ LJ I J KJ i 1 iJ LJ L-i I J (: 1 1 P ml mi m M I Wit 1 by 1 m m Ami IK ft ill m 9f IB Pill if I ill .1 mil m mmm II lm 11 lill Ail! I .:V.f t:it ' --;.:. 'i..', i 'v' 5 - ... ii v:;sx Hi) , vrv,! 0 SDeeial Attraetion Saturday, May 24th restern Featuring Jack Richardson and Anna Little, jn a Drama of the Western Plains. "WESTERN HONOR Also Two Reel Keystone Comedy and Pathe News "TheForfeitVr;-; A" May 25th, VItUAM fCX VRODUCTlOHf Sunday, A Western Melodrama of Texas Range Life. This picture was made at San AntonioTexas. Every foot of Film being: made on the Texas Range. This picture is jam full of action fr'cmjtart to fiimF. Tte only Western Picture ever made by a Texas Motion Picture Company. HOUSE PETERS and JANE MILLER have the Leading Roles in this Production. CHEAT M1STERX DB Uf A . . Each had been reared in luxury, but when Bob's father dis...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 24 May 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRES.VDALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1919. TXV.E TEX 444 If ) 1. f Trade Port Worth, Texas, May 22, 1919. Mr. Editor of The Dallas Express. Permit me to say that I believe that all Negroes could well read The DsUas Express. 1st. because It's a Negro enterprise fostered, financed, printed and handled by Negroes, and 2nd, because it Is a source of much valuable information which 1 at tainable only through the channel of Negro Journalism. We should be proud to got such paper The black man's paper The letter from home paper. Our agent Is true and loyal on the Job. Rain, sleet or snow, The Dallas Express U laid at our door; and to refuse to pay that paper bill would be a high type of ingratitude A subscriber. On Wednesday evening June 4th, iflifl. th CosmoDolltan Club banquette the Fink, Prairie Vlw, Bishop and Wllov fttiMfontfl. Thls club is wldoly known for its liospitallty shown the young ladles and young men upon tnoir return home from school and on this oc casion the ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 24 May 1919

1. THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1919. PAGE ELEYKN Why You Should Become A Hember of The N. A. A. C P. I f ms ' i'k I : " 'J I f 1 . III I I 111! ' You Don't Need The Ready Cash At Farley's Everything for the whole futility. Clothes that will more than satisfy, as to fabrics, styles and prices. Wonderful selection. Ml We don't just talk values we show them. Arguments on the $9fl flfl tongue or in the newspaper are not so strong as the real evidence VfaU.UU that you get when you look at the suits. Mark that down I Then get - AND UP here quick 1 New things, too! Not just new, but very new! Up to the last tick of the clock all offered on easy weekly payments. All the newest waist line, and coat skirt models, with the very latest new seam styles. Unfinished worsteds, striped homespuns and (he now flannel weaves. All the new colors and new fabric patterns. . t DALLAS R9S COO J ALBA AUSTIN .... CITY EDITOR Mrs. Nettie Regona and daughter, Frankle visited Mrs. Venn, ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 24 May 1919

PAGE T1VELTS TIIE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1919. JOHN HARRIS, MANAGER -,:-.. ..... , AAA vyy vv : : yyy 4- yyy j yy yyy yyt 4 vvy yf? yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy J yy St V X X ' X V V V t J v x X X !! V X X V X X : X vy X 4 41 V X X x vv V X X x vv v x x X vv v X X X vv V X X x vv v X X x vv V X X t vv V X X V X X x vv v x x J V V V X X x vv V X X Vv t YY vyy yyy yyy yyy vyy tyy yyy yyy vyy fyy: yyy yyy y y v yyy yyy Vyy VI V :YY yy YY : yyy YYY ? " " " l ' f ' ' - i " ' i L-. . J john harh'ih Sunday Alay 25th, 'TEE RED GLOVE" ' Featuring Marie Walcamp, Thomas Lingham and Alfred Allen. A continued story every Sunday. . Also Eddie Polo ' "A Prisoner For Life" Continued Every Sunday for 10 Weeks. . Monday, May 26th" "The Silent Mystery" Featuring Francis Ford, Mae Gaston and Rosemary Theby. . Continued every Monday , IT" " '"" .. I With Mae Gaston and . Rosemary Theby Greatest and moit mysterious plot and swiftest action of any serial t)var filmed. f NAME OF THEATRE. E...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 31 May 1919

V. . ', kfr TV. rsT Founded by w. E. King. . Republican Piiriy .Jfi The Hhip; All MJlae Is The 8ea." Fred Douglas. U0 Per Annum YOL, 26, KO. 83. .'.':' TUB DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, " SATURDAY, MAI 81, MM. . PRICE FIYE CE5TS. " i ' T ' ' r . . ' ' 1 i ir HI T I Willi PASSES TO THE "GREAT BEYOHD" MADAM C, J. WALKER, BUSINESS WOMAN AND PHILANTHRO PIST DIES AFTER BRIEF ILLNESS. HER ONLY DAUGHTER TO DIRECT THE BUSINESS LEFT. FUNERAL FRIDAY. . ....,,. .r,,.,..."l" Mt IIHII I 111,1 ": " v ""-vO (By the Associated Negro Press). Now York, May 28. Madam C. J. Walker, business woman and phil anthroplst regarded as the richest woman of the race, died early Sun day morning at her beautiful home. Irving ton-on-the-Hudson. . . Madam Walker took sick, during . a recent visit visit to St. Louis. Thar she has attended by noted physicians and aa soon as possible, was removed to her home in New York, where she was attended by her family physician, MaJ. Joseph H. Ward of Indianapo lis, recently ret...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 31 May 1919

TIIE DALLAS EXPRESS, PALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY. MAY 31, 1919. page nvo f 3 t! ii n The BIG-SEVEN Oil Company Capital Stock $60,000 WJTH OFFICE FCRT WCSTH. TEXAS Are offering a limited number of shares to the public at 15 par value, tolly paid and non-aa-eoshable. Our holding is In McCuIloch County, the County that hu more deep test drilling and con tracted for than any county outside1 of the known producing fields. Shallow oil li found In thla, county at the depth of from 207 to 416 feet Wella producing from 10 to 65 barrel dally. We hare 20 acres located In tract 26, on one of the most promising domes In the county. The Moore Brothers , are already drilling in an adjoining tract so you can see our holdings are valuable. We are surrounded by big companies and expect to start drilling ourselves In the near future. So buy Big Seven now at ?5 par for this stock Is sure to go to, two for one In a few days. Liberty Bonds taken at par. The Fort Worth State Bank Is our depository. The office...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 31 May 1919

TUB DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 31, J 919. LUHKI2T. OUR NEW HOME 25,000 MORE PORO AGENTS WANTED Equipped with the Very Latest Apparatus for Teaching the Poro System of Scalp and Hair Culture and all Branches of Beauty Culture Terms Moderate . Diplomas Giren Poro Corner Write Today for Further Information is inT if? fin n.n i n?fi St. Louis, Mo. Dept. A-12 TEXAS TOWNS KAUFMAN. Kaufman, Texas, May 29. Mrs. Caaton Knight (Julia Cosby) and Mies R. S. Smith left Sunday for Columbus, Ohio, the latter going to spend the summer. Arrivals from school: Miss Pauline Love, B. a; Mr. Bailey Pyles, Prairie View. Mi M. Shannon. Jlmmle J. V. McKlnney. N. L. Darty. N. Burleigh and several others which time will not permit visited the board at Kemp. Mr. Clarence Lyons of Shreveport, LaV spent a few days In the city from Bishop Colloge, the guest of Miss Virginia Love. " Mrs. Ella Jackson and Rev. 0. C. Carroll attended the conference at Mexla. Mr. and Mrs. H. Love had their home remo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 31 May 1919

T.:a rixxAs tir-.:rs3 "I RESS I 0NAI. NE3RO P ASSOCIATION l iit'liiilicd .ry arurdiif morning la ma ymr at X6(0 fcwiaa Avunue. ty ....! A .N t'. I'al.n, Txaa. Jf-w Trfc ou.r. "roat Froat 8 N. IBlil Htri!t. C 'ti- oaioc. Frot ft Froat Boy- iiuiniiPir. UnMri mH. Front & 0t Can dler l'-ilKlm. . I: ,briUf ue. PTof ft Friat, in- arpi)dnt IA lititlilhiff. V. K. KIWU, Kdltnr Jl. R. jftKOAN, Haaalrrr. Rntcrcd at Poat Oftlce at Dallas. Tio. a aecond-claaa matter, under Act of Conrreaa. March. 171. IMPORTANT No subacrlptlona mailed tor A lea En.-xi than thre montha. Payment for sancia mint ba it centa. StTBSCBIITIOIl FTf ADValfCn. One Tear .11.10 Mix Montha , 76 Three Montha Jt Klngie Copy , .06 aOTlCJB TO TUB TVM.K. Any erroneooa reflection anon th aharactur, atanUin or reputation of of purcon, urro or corporation wmin tnar appear In the columna of Tn Dallaa Kxprena will . ba a-ladly cor rected upon Ita being- brought to tbe auvntion or to puouanera. SATURDAY, MAT tl, 1919, Don't talk so...

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