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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 31 May 1919

TOE PALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 31, 191S. IMG3 TTTE TEXAS NEYLANDVILLE Neylandvllle, Texas, May 29, 1919. Slater Cherry Nixon who was born in Ala. 1839, died here at her home May 12 and was hurried May the 13th. 1919. She leaves behind her three sons several grandchildren and a host of friends. The base ball game between the boys of East Ward School, Greenville and St. Paul School, Neylandvllle, here Friday afternoon May 16th re sulted In a tie. Prof. Jno. Dunlap and wife of Mt Vernon, Miss Zuma Thrash of Ney landvllle and sister McGlll of Mt Pleasant were welcome visitors of the school Friday evening. Mrs. C. El Atkins and Mrs. A. War ren and her little girl and boy of Texarkana are here visiting relatives and friends. Miss Grade Brlgham and Mrs. T. C. Fowler spent a few days In Green ville last week. The oil man Mr. C. H. Haney of Dallas is stopping with Mr. F. Jones. From now on the many readers of the Express will find It at Mr. Jno. Brlgham, the barber. The pri...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 31 May 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS. SATURDAY. MAY 31, 1919. XAiir: rn TEXAS TOWNS CALTEKT. Culvert Texas, May 29. Miss 141 lia llannlo of Sherman Is 'a " city viHttlng her relatives, Mrs. bm-; Bia Taller and family. , Enrlc Temple, Sisters of Mysterious Term gave an Ice cream feast Sun day st the home of Mrs. 0. C. Dog- Mrs. P. "Woodard of Mart la In the city visiting her sister. Mrs. Win. McCullough. Mr. Willis Roberta of Dallas and Mrs. Annie Clark- Lewis of Waco, were In the city a faa.y" the guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. Boberts. M ins 8. J. Rayner, one of Curort a best young teachers came homo Fri day after spending a successful school term at Ryle in Dallas count?. The people were glad to see Miss 8U8ergeant Fuiiiln Washington came home Friday from Prairie View, where be hart been In training for Milts Paille Hamner Is suffering vltb tonsolitls. We are glad to re port that she Is much Improved at this writing. ' . . iTje Odd Fellows and Ruths or Calvert and Branchvllle, are pleased ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 31 May 1919

k THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1919. rAcn rnvr:? a V I l 1 CAA3 I UWINJ5. I SA5 jLNGELO. San Angclo, Texas, May 29. After several years of hard laboring under oppression the Jamerson Chapel C. M. EL church with Rev. S. H. Wash ington, P. C, was able to pay the last note a few days ago, and Sun day afternoon a large crowd wit ness the burning of the notes by the trustees which took place on the churoh lawn, Rev. W. C. Samples, the fearless -young preacher who is a credit to this city filled his pulpit with delight, he preached from sec ond Kings and the 4th chapter and 7th verse, subject, "Thy Debt," after which Mrs. W. C. Samples, the wife of Rev. Samples sang a beautiful solo, which brought tears to the "Viw, nuivu UlUUSjUli MAID W UIQ vm nt tha iiurAn p,. tt v. Clemmons, the new P. C, of the St Paul Baptist church-was at his'"1. T 7 ..7 . M BB m9 aenjar post of duty Sunday. Rev. J. EL Herron, P. C, of the New Hope Bap tist church was at his best Sunday sigh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 31 May 1919

! ' 4 i P 1 t THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS. SATURDAY, MAY 31, l3lt. Wn ' IW'I WW-WMM j it GBOESBECK. TEXAS TOWNS )BAKGE. Orange. Texas, May 29. A storm etruck; Orange, May 24th accompan ied by wind and lightning and con siderable damage waa done, one life was lot, several reported Injured, all white. N service at the churches on account of heavy wind and rain Sun day. There was a double funeral at C. M. E. church. Mr. Jamea Lwls, who was shot died last Tuesday l 12:30 o'clock also Mra. Lizzie Jones, who has been sick for 10 months died at 8:30 Tuesday even ing both funerals wore preached Wed T,ni af. i o. bt.. by P. C Rey. H. I). Dannor. Rev. C. 8. Williams of Salera.. Iter. 8. T. Floyd of Sher man, Texas and Rer. ,81mon Thomas of Starlight No. z, were presmu uu An tared orvlcflu Rer. C. S. Wll- llAras loft Monday for Marshall to accompany his daughter, Mies Flor ence Williams home. She has been attending Wiley. Mr. Will Spencer made a flying trip to Lake Charles Sunday to visi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 31 May 1919

1IIE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLA3, fEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 31. 1919. ACE SITS nnnn C3 IMJ Zy u J ' ' t ' ' ' ' 1 " 1 I ! II W Hill I ltl. p I WI II I II I I I ' 'I '"I . ' III -II. - nn EMIT Mi ill ' 111 J. 1 .fjll . Saturday, May 31st Big Double Bill, Anna Little and Jack Richardson In a Big Western Picture "The Law of Hate" Also SID CHAPLIN, the World's Famous Comedian, in a Two Reel Keystone. Comedy and Pathe News First Fun. Sunday, June 1st, Big: Special Western Attraction, "FRONTIER DAYS" A guaranteed feature film. We will refund your money If It is not the test picture of any Wild West show ever photographed 700 cowboy, cow girls and Indians competing for the world's championship honors. Roping and tlelng wild horses, wild steers, wild bear and the first time ever attempted, roping and Uelng a wild buffalo by COI WEIR. Stage coach races, stage coach hold-up by Indians and the scalping of a white man. The greatest broncho buaUng ever seen. Don't fall to see this most wonderful frontier ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 31 May 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1919. rAGE TE5 y y y y BEST VALUES EVER OFFERED IN DALLAS Ten Days Sale Only, Beginning: Saturday, May 31st. No Phone Orders, Mail Orders or C. 0. D.'S O X PHONE MAIN 7783 V V V V V f y v f y y V f y y y y y y y y y y y y Children's Dresses, 35c Size, 2 to 6, Three for $1.00 IT UL 1708 ELM STREET EXCLUSIVE LADIES STORE ' . ....................... . . z ' SILK HOSE All Silk & Fiber, 87c v SHUTS. Silk Poplin SkirU 93.08 CAPES Summer Capes In Sergei S5.98 Boudoir Slippers 91.50 Flowers for Trimming Hats 10 Ribbons for Hat Trimming 10 jari DRESSES Silk Tafftta Dresses with Georgette Sleeve 910.50 Trimmed Lace Hats white and black . 91.98 White Linen Colonial Pumps and Oxfords .. 93.50 Middy Blouses 98 Voile Shirt Waits .. 50 y y y y y t y V V y y y y y y y y y y y e:xe a mong til Ghupehes ST. PAUL M. E. CHCBCH. Corner Burford and Juliette Sts. Rev. J. W. Weakley, Pastor, Services were good mil day Sunday. Membra and friends are lo...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 31 May 1919

t THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALIES, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1919. FACE ELEVEN 12 PEOPLE TIME 30 TO 60 MINUTES: REAL WARDROBE Wallace M. Stovall & Mack Bil lie (BIZ ,) MANAGERS (PROD'CN'G) f t t t f t t V f t f t t t ? t t t f 2 GIRLS WITH PEP NOT MISREPRESENTED COMEDIANS TNAT'S FUNNY Guaranteed under The Pure Fwt Law ,? mail a s DALLAS J. ALBA AUSTIN Mrs. Ferlba Cobb, announces the marriage of her daughter. Ruby Loda Bell to Hon. R. E. Smith, Thursday evening, May the eighteenth, nineteen hundred nineteen at eight thirty o'clock at her residence, 823 North Fourth street, Waco, Texas. At home 817 North 4th street, Waco, Texas. Rer. W. Henry Scott of Beaumont, Texas, was the guest of Mrs. Eddie Lee Huff of Cleburne, Texas, for an hour or more, at her brother's home, Robert Thomas, 1005 Hawkins street last Saturday, he leaves for Houston on the 10: lu. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Adams en tertained Mrs. Ethel D. Howard of Seattle, Washington, Friday night, ' May 16, at her home in Booker T. W...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 31 May 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, C vvvvvv"tH"vvvvvvv Kvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv 1A rui o TAGS TWELVE "cr1 Ah iro) q 1, l u u zzj U JOHN HARRIS, MANAGER V : YYY YYY yyy yyy vvv tyy vvv vyv fyy 'yyf vvv y?y yyy yyy yyy vvv yyy yyy yyy .yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy X I T tVt yyy yyy yyy vtv YYY yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy yyt yyy . vvv tyy t vvv tt? yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy yfy yyy yyy yyy yyy vvv yy yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy Yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy vvv yyy vvv vvv fly - NV yyy yyy yyy yyy vvv jf V Y ' YYY VYY vvv i . t ! ; j . . . i i '. i i i JOHN HARKI8 Sunday, June 1st, J "THE RED. GLOVE" Featuring Marie Walcamp, Thomas Llngbam and Alfred Allen. A continued story every Sunday. Also Eddie Polo "A Prisoner For Life" Continued Every Sunday Monday, June 2nd Final Episode of "The Silent Mystery" Featuring Francis Ford, Mae Gaston and Rosemary "Tbeby Final episode shown Monday. ' m With Mae Gaston and Rosemary Theby Create,! and 'mod 'mysterious plot and wif teat action of any serial ever fi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 7 June 1919

. I .4 Awl.- .. Jim:.- . V.f 4 ?Lf SC., of P. urand Lodge Meet 919 ( ' t 'V 5? .0 Founded by W. K. King. VOL. 20, HO. 84. KELEY MILLER CITES INCIDENTS IK TO FIGHT AEAIIIST BICE CRITICISES THE BOARD OF EDUCATION AS BEING "NOT RE SPONSIVE TO PUBLIC OPINION." REFORM NEEDED. Prof. Kelley Miller of Howard Uni versity, has today written for the benefit of the Colored people of Washington, a review of the Incident leading up to the fight against Ros ooe C. Bruce, assistant superinten dent of schools, as he sees It During the agitation among the Colored residents of the District, which has resulted In an order for a hearing by the Board of Educa tion, Professor Miller has been list ed as a defendant of Mr. Bruce. Tn liia artlcla today, however, he criticises the Board of Education,1 saying that the board, "by the very nature of its Tonstltution la not re sponsive to public opinion." Professor Miller makes it clear that he writes the article, not as a repre sentative of Howard University, wh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 7 June 1919

PAGE TWO TIIE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1919. TEXAS TOWNS LUFKIX. Lufkln, Texas, June 6. The W. O. W'e had there anniversay sermon preached at Long Chapel C. M. E. church, Sunday evening. May 2Pth by Rev, Merrltt, ex-pastor, collection $50.00. . Good Will Baptist church ha been recently painted which adds flulte an Improvement to that part of the town. MA Mrs. Ellsa Daniels Is confined to her home, seriously 111. Miss Annie Sleet returnod to her home In Nacog doches, Thursday, accompanied by her Sister, Mrs. J. M. Wright Mrs. Hobt K. Blair of Moscow, Is the guest of her Sisters, Mrs. T. Butler and Mrs. Llllle A. 8cott Prof. W. A. Heaglns of Moscow was the guest at the commencement ex ercises Monday night Mr. Frank Wilson Is a regular reader of The Pallas Express. HOJTEX CEOTE. homa City, has Joined him here where they will reside with his mother, Mrs. Ann Hadley. Mrs. Hattie Williams of E. Mag nolia Is convalescing. Mr. Win. Sykes, one of, Sherman's highly res...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 7 June 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 19 19. PAGE THREE 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 Given Write Today for Further Information Poro Corner St Louis, Mo. Dept. A-12 TEXAS TOWNS Marlln, Texas, June 6. Mr. E. I Gibson, has bought a five passenger Hudson car. Prof. I O. Black, principal of the Colored high school of Rosebud, Tex as, has closed out a successful term at that place and Is now home for the summer. Mr. Felix W. Barnes has bought another $600.00 lot He Is a successful business man and reads the Express at Jthe same time. Mrs. M. L. Covington of Calvert, Tex as, was seen in the city Saturday and has been elected to succeed her self as principal teacher of Excel sior school. President M. A. Mc Neas of the Burial Association had an annual sermon on last Sunday, F. F. Martin, officiated while P...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 7 June 1919

THE PALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1919. THE DALLAS EXTBESft MEMBER TioiAL NE0R3 PRESS ASSOCIATION. t-j itmin-'i ry fat'irday vrnln a r.- yar at 2e'" Afenu by run iii. f.M'H(. rorfiMwHinc tinvrportdi rn. T'ii. w rfc nrOM-. Krort From II N 21 lu Mrt (tin tm OMer. front A frt. Hoy- ftflanca I'trirf. front A Frt. Cao- ir iii4iiik aatllfr (iOW. Pr'rt at Proat. ! J .udnit !.'' HiilMing. V. K. Kl3, Editor H. JOKDU, KnBn. n'-rnl at Post Ofltra at Dalian. r-re. a rnd-'-lA matter, under - ,f f'oxre. March, l$7t. IWroHTAKT. S" r'.tfMTtfc:;r' n?tf tor a jtI.uJ thn thr moniha. Payment f-,r jam mma l M r-nta. -incnip-rni in loriMie. Ow Y.r 11 5 I'll Uontha It ft rot M.ntns .tt 4ibI Copy tt KOTICK TO THE PUBLIC Any erroneuua reaction upon th tmrnrtf r. manning or rrputatlxn of or pron, firm 'r corporation whlb o,v p r in th" coluain, of The lai)a Upraa will fce gladly cor rrtd upon it tntlnir brought to tlie att-ot!oa of the publlebera. 8 ATX EDA I, JUNE 7, 1919. Co to cburcb Su...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 7 June 1919

jiESS, DALLAS, TEXAS. SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1919. PACK FITS r, TEXAS WACO. Waco. Texas, June 6. St. Paul A. M. E. church, Rev. J, B. D., pastor. Sunday vened at the regular F. Williams, school con hour. Supt E. J. Hardin and his corps of teachers in charge, attendance good. The graduating exercises ot the high school were held In St. Paul A. M. E. church, Friday night. Prof. J. A. Kirk and his corps ot teachers deserve much credit for the work done during the past school year. The class consisted of 22 graduates. The graduating exercises of Paul jQuinn College were the best In the history of the school. The class was composed of 12 members. The grad uating address was to have been de livered by Rev. J. T. Carey, D. D., of Chicago, but failing to make train connection to arrive In Waco Thurs day, wired that he could not come. Wn dare not nasa without nun. ' tloninev the rreat financial rail which amounted in cash on tables to S2.10M6. The trustee board made full arrangements to build a n...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 7 June 1919

PACE SIX THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1919. -- r 1 - i V ! TEXAS AMU! If E. Abilene, Texas, June 6. Rev. F. 0. Brown of Dallas and Hon. W. E. King were distinguished guest In our city last week. Roy. Brown preached the memorial sermon of the late ftev. Mazon, Sunday night the 25th ulL A great crowd heard him. and erery one showed by their con tribution that they enjoyed the ser mon, he was induced by the pastor of the C. M. B. church to remain over and speak at his church Tues day night. The Negro .Business League had called a meeting but they gave way and attended the ser vice in a body. Hon. W. E. King who happened j en route to San Angelo, and was among the crowd. Let's go on an occasston, amen now and then, Hon. K. B. W., spoke for a few minutes ' before we left the house of the Lord and he eald a plenty for us to think on until his return of which he proralsod us wouldn't be long. Tho Negro Business League, is meeting with great difficulty In try ing to ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 7 June 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY. JUNE 7, 1919. PAGE SEVEN TEXAS CLAKKSYILLE. Clarksvilie, Texas, June 6. ser vice was well attended at Zlon Bap tist church and St. Paul M. E. church. Prof. O. A. Fuller, Dean of Bishop College preached at the M. E. church at 11:30 a. m., and at 3:00 p. m., he preached the baccaulaureate ser mon to the graduating class of Chathem High School of this city. The class composed of ten, seven young men and three young ladies. At 8:30 p. m., he ascended the stand and lifted his hearers from their pews with the pure gospel. A Clbanquet was given In honor of the Yboys and girls who attended Wiley and Bishop College at the K. of P. Hall on last evening which was well attended. On last Sunday, May 25th at 6:35 o'clock death camo and car ried one of our best citizens away In the person of Prof. L. B. Brown rlggs, Red River County, one whom everybody knows. He left wife, mother and son and a host of friends to mourn his loss. Gone, but not forgotten. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 7 June 1919

1 THE DALLAS KXFRES3, PALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1919. ALL VISITORS TO DALLAS WELCOME ROYAL CAFE- TEXAS TOWNS , BOA n AX. JJonham, Texas, Juae 6. Mr. Jamea Hyneji of Jopila. Mo., and MUs Cbarlie Johnson one, of Bonham's best young ladles were married Saturday at noom and left for Joj.Un, Mo., to make It their future home. Mrs. Pauline Beaally entertained the Clover Leaf Club and their hus band at her residence Friday night two-course luucheon was served. Music furnished by Xale Brother String- Band. All enjoyed a good time Mia. JoHh ho' A, entertained the graduate at her residence last wek. Hon. Kelly Miller of Washington will lecture in Bonhtun, Jane 24. Ret. T. E. Higgs loft Monday for Clarkavllle. Mr. J, D. Locke and wife were tn Paris last week. Mrs. Mitchell of Dallas Is in the city with her daughter, Mrs. Wm. Coleman. Mrs. Carlisle of Pittsburg- la In the city, visiting her sister, Mrs. Willie B. Crurapton. : The public school closing at the C. M. B. church Thursay night...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 7 June 1919

PICE Kin MOYING PICTURES High Schos! Theatre Home ot fte Best Pictures High School Theatre Home oi the Best Pictures pn n 3211 COCHR An STREET THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 191. DIG. Mf,IE! Sunday, June 8th Silent Mystery Thursday Night, June 12 th Houdini in the Master Mystery ............ r,. 1 A VITAGRAPH Super-production of the Stage Success That Set the Whole World Talking! . ALICE JOYCE in "THE LION AND THE t - ANTONIO MORENO la the Vlturiph BerUI "PKRnOFTHTINDEB " MOUNTAIN" Coming Next . Sunday, June 15th MOUSE From CHARLES KLEIN'S Famous Dramatic ' Success WITH m other waapoa than WomanY wit, Lj ntafwd th arena agaiaat Ik Boa of bit bannata who wu ruining bar father for hi owa elfnh intoraita.' TWo nmrt-thera kaJ to b mm' way out Yet how? How could the, aloao, maitUd break tha strength of this man of power? The very height of drama arrtd)t4Ja Jluft compelling play of life and lore. J! - , V II f.; ;' fl .'l' V" ill 1 Special Attraction Monday and Tuesd...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 7 June 1919

. - "t. TAGE TEN 1TL3 DALLAS gXPRESa, PALLAS, fEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1919. M nn n nn nn fn n n 57-3 n n rp n rrr Tr3 III l JVL LnJ 'UlL ul LJ fi Jl nJ "JU Jl ' ill km , . . wm tttu ( ' If filt fLs ill 1 " ft ' ; ' ' :' ' I ' V.-, ' ': j! " j William Desmond One ef Fifty StfisatiMicd Scenes in . KMh. - - te t 1? William Fox proJwcticn f?Atrinrf I of tl rw ; ' v rt is, 15 i . SEE Ferrets attack waman- Battlff witliBrtlls cfFirr Mo oiilUht SxiviT Scenes ) Sensational tie seizes at Sa- THURSDAY AND FRi DAY, JUNE 12TH AND 13TH Special Western Attraction With Hellen Gibson IN "THE SECBET PEBIL Iso 8YD CHAPLIX In a KEYSTONE COMEDY SATURDAY ONLY : ; , SUNDAY, JUNE 8Th Special Sunday Program "The Mints of Hell" Featuring the Sterling Screen Actor WILLIAM DESMOND, a gripping story of the Alaska Gold Fields see the life In the Snow Blizzard Klondike see how the Canadian mounted police get their man throughout the picture. Positively the -best Sunday program we could secure. 1 " , CAYE-JLUT B...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 7 June 1919

V..V, TUB PALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1919. PICE ELITE it. i J. I I : V Z Trade Mark: Fort Worth, Texas, June 5, 1919. Mr. Sam Hill and family, 1209 Luella St, have returned from Chap el Hill where they were summoned to attend the funeral of Mr. WilliMa - HilL his father, who departed this life May 28, 1919, after two weeks Illness. Mr. William Hill lived to the ripe old age of 84 years and was the father of twelve children. He was a quiet and peaceful citizen, and a member of St John A. M. E. Church. The funeral services were conducted at his church by Rev. I..& Pender graff, the pastor. At the beginning of the services the choir sang, "Flee as a .Bird" and, after Invocation by Rev. Osborne, his christian life was beautifully and vividly portrayed by Messrs. A. Gar ner and I R. Boulden. Following the timely solo by Miss L. B. Leon ard, Prof. C. H. Hogan presented the citizens resolutions. Then followed the sweet singer, Miss L 0. Winn "I Do not Care to Live...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 7 June 1919

TAGS. TTfELYE THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 191?. the (wnresciarEirr AT coesi- CAJA 81TT. J. E. BLAIR HAKES STRICTURES 05 BOTH GOT. BI"ASE A5D SENATOR YARDA HA5. HE VIEWED THE IB OP POSITION TO THE EDUCATION 01 COLORED AS UKPROGRESS-1VE. The Graduating Exercises Combined with the Literary and the Practical, Handicraft and Mosle A Feature. N. IV. Harllee Delivers Principal Ad dress Governor Bleaso the advocate of low standard for the education of the Colored people of hia state, crit icised by a southern educator, a school man of wide and exalted Ideas nit IriMil vIaw in thn Hv,w,iipv nf the higher and practical education of the Negroes of the Southland. The pervous who holds these views as opposed to the radical and reaction ary views oi uov. Biease, was no other than the Hon. J. E. Blair, Sup erintendent of the Corslcana city schools in an address before a nixed audience of both races at the com . mencement at the Douglas High School of that city. He was eloq...

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