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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 21 June 1919

....... ....... 1 .' .. . Founded by W. E. King. TAe Republican Party J$ The ShijK All tihc I The Sea" Fred DourIn. $1.50 Per Anuurc YOL. W JTO. 8. . TILE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS; TEXAS SATURDAY JUNE 19 UVt. FRICE FITE CENTS. v.. a. ' ii Ew III ' if E PAPERS SHOULD Cordole Ga. June 13. Not all of the scoldings of the Southern whites come from this side and not all from the North. A news agency In Atlanta sent out a story to the papers of Georgia which made one. of our women say: "If the Germans had won the war our women would have been ladles instead of servants." Doubting that' anyone except the writer - said the thing the t'ordele Dispatch white says the "White man who paraded that used very poor Judgment" - Then the paper says: "The news Item out of Atlanta can do nothing but likewise foreign to his being but imbitter those who are willing and this Is a notable instance where to pay It any attention. That Is. a ' it was too much for one of the con- thing no newspaper man ought to s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 21 June 1919

PACE TWO LATE C. E. Sacred to the Mwnnry of our Be- loved Chief Grand Mentor C. E. W. Dav Who D'pa.TU'd tills Life Friday Afternoon at 8 P. M May SO 1819. "Death Is but the drooping of the flower that the fruit may swell." WHEREAS through the wlae deal- ings of our Omnipotent Father we the Knlghta and Daughter of Tabor are today called to pay our laBt ad rltea to our Chief Grand Men- tor who only a short time ago lived and worked among us WHEREAS In his death we hare lost a loader who ever stood ready to duty's call. One whose beat thought were for the advancement of the the true principles of our noble Order and one who for 19 years has successfully led us in the State of Texas.' There Is now a missing link. In our Chain ot Friendship a spoke taken out of the wheel of courage and another pitcher broken at the foun tain of bravery. . RESOLVED that death from a human viewpoint is an unwelcome Invader by the lives it leaves dreary but then we re inspired by heaven's voice to tho spiri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 21 June 1919

.....i . .... K . THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JUNE 21 1919. page Timn:: TEXAS TOWNS. PREPARATIONS - vf ex- COBTUS CHBISTI. Corpus ChriBtl Texas June 19. Mr. Ed Kinlock has returned from Marlin greatly Improved. He Bays "Marlia is the piece." Mr. Andrew Weekly of Glddlngs father of Mr. Walter Weekly motored over to carry home his two grand- daughters Miss Easter and Hattle May who have been attending school. The Catholic school gave its clos- ing on Monday night The program was good and was well rendered. The attendance was large . The Primary department of the public school gave Its closing exer- cises on Wednesday night. An ex- cellent program was rendered by the children of the first and second grades under Mrs. Will Brooks and those of the third and fourth under Miss Ruddle Hicks. On Friday night the pupils of the high school department gave their closing school exercises. They .play- ed to an over crowded house. This part oftithe program was under the direction of P...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 21 June 1919

i. THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS i EXAS SATURDAY JUNE 21 1919 pagt; four TZZ DALLAS EXITES3 NATIONAL ASSOC -MBEH I NEGRO PRESS I CIATION. I Published evrry Fatardar inorntnir in tha ear at 2C" Avenue. br tSC DAL1A9 BTPBF.M PCBLISHIHO COMPANY. (Incorporated) Dallaa. Texaa. Xw fork . Frost Froat tt N. JS'.h Stret. Chic. Onir. Front Froet Boy- AUBme Froat 4 Front. Can- Uvi'nom. Frost Fro.t X- impendent Lifo wuuomif. .1. W. B. KINO. Editor R. JORDAN MM"". vtrA Pin Ortlca at Dallaa ri cnnd-i.'laKi matter under Act of Conicreaa. March 18"- iMi'oiiTAirr. No aubacriptlona marled lor a leae Period than three months. Payment for uma uit be iO cunta. tJHSCRIPTlOMa K ADVANCE!. One Tr 1B0 III Month M Three Months 80 Single Copy REPORT THEM. The Federal Railroad Commission. Directory or whatever you may call !t. hag received official notice of the rotten accommodation (or colored pas- sengers provided by Texan railroads. Tbe powers that be have ordered these conditions changed to this extent: That th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 21 June 1919

? '- THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JUNE 21 1919. PAGE JUS a HIS DREAf.1 FADED Soldier's View of Pure Delight Abruptly Dissipated. Officer of the . Day Had Hi Own Idea Concerning the Win Cellar and the American Fighting Man. How would you like to have sis prisoners whom you were guarding and who apparently had no means of escape suddenly disappear from sight and to all appearances from the fuce of the earth? . Such was the experience of a Sev- enth Infantryman on guard nwt long ago. " According to the guard's own story he was In charge of six prisoners who were digging a hole near the rear of the Liberty hull at Andernneh. On three sides were walls of such height that It would be impossible for the prisoners to scale them. On the re- maining side was the guard bayonet fixed and ever on the alert for disor- ders among his charges. "For an' Instant" said the guard "I glanced away from my prisoners. When I again looked In their direction . they were gone. For a few minutes 1 ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 21 June 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JUNE 21 1919. FACE TEN FOBT Wdtf.TH KEWS X .... j! J. H. 8WANSON ..Reporter Office. 1301 E. 9th Street Phone I 2539 NEWS BOX at Bragg Comet Print- Jig Co. 905 Jones Street The Dallas Express for Sale. Enclose check covering ie per word for reading notices eic when" you DROP your MESSAGE la the BOX. THE EIGHTS OP AFBICAXS AJfD OF TEOI'LES OF AFBICAJT ORIGIN i.'as3.- .pistes .ji i ii ii i ir-if i I Strangely enough tie papers seem to give little publicity to a recent gathering at the French Capital in ' IS '!4 the interest of Colored people. The W w 1'an-AIrican Congress held February j H N 19 and 20 at the Grand Hotel Paris.' S n j relates materially 10 the future peace A i of the world. It consisted of Repre-I FA aantutivAfl fr.-iTn tho Ilnltiul Ci..inn f ? MOYINS PI CTTJRES High ehool Theatre Trmde Mark: Fort Worth Texas June 19. Mrs. Alice Smith of Marshall is the guest of Mrs. Liila Jacob W. 7tn an! Lake tit root a Mrs. D. M. Battean and c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 21 June 1919

THE DALLAS EXPKESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JUNE 21 1919. I VVILL"MAKE GOOD" 1 Spirit That Animates the Return- i ing Soldiers. Men Who Gloriously Finished the Greatest War In History Have i Now But One Idea: Their Country's Good. ' Th American soldier In the prrent war dedicated tils life to the establish- ment of justice freedom and democ- racy In tbo world. Analytical wise fuys have been busy ever since Amer- ica got Into the war furnishing cyni- cal explanations of the American flight- ing man's Impelling motive. In spite of the complex arguments of the analytical psychologists who can understand anything but the simple sincerity of an honest man the Amer- ican soldier did fight In war for the . establishment of those principles and has every Intention qf working In peace for the preservation of that for which he fought. I talked of the purposes of the Amer- ican Legion with Colonel Koosevelt. In his conversation as he explained them to me the word "crystallization" oc- curred agai...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 21 June 1919

1' rAGS T LLTE THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS. SATURDAY JUNE 21 1919. r flmeng fel?e Ghupches Grand Central ST. PAUL M. X. CHURCH Corner Burford .and Juliette Sta. Rev. J. TV. Weakly Pattor. The Sunday school is making rapid progress In attendance Interest and enthusiasm. A mora loyal set of teachers could not be found through- . out the district Above everything parents should see to It that their children come to Sunday school. The morning worship was splondld and pastor Rev. Weakly delivered a burn- ing niess.vge. Epworth League every Sunday evening at 7:30. You are es- pecially invited to be present at all of tho series. The night services vices were graced with the presence ot Mrs. Island and Mr. Chas Brae;:- ens representing the N. A. A. C. P Mrs. Ireland's remarks were well taken and the appreciation was shown by giving her 18 names for wnmberslp to this splondld organiza- tion. The pastor is In Columbus Ohio attending the great Centenary movement. A. M. H. Reporter. EI.' BE...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 21 June 1919

SXAS SATURDAY JUNE 21 1919. PACE SEVEN "WITH THE 351ST IN j FRANCE" 9 Just off the Press -by- SERGEANT WILLIE 0. BOSS and CORPORAL DUKE L. SLAUGHTER M LA COUETINE! 0 LA COURTINEJ 'I I COULD HAYE BEEN SO BIFE & m s i ii . hi j tiema now luey utuueu against Influenza while In training at the La Courtln France. Orders will be filled by phoning M. 3791 or H. 1958. U Order A Copy To-day Price 51.06 I I Postpaid. n . - MRS. A. J. SLAUGHTER. 2611 Trinidad St Dallas Texas. D. L. SLAUGHTER 1231 Druid Hill Avenue- - - - Baltimore Md. !5ai.itfSs3j ipii'ni nmHirti TEXAS DEJTTER. Denver Colo June 19. Mrs. Ern- estine Stevens of Fort Smith Ark. died in St Joseph's Hospital from a minor operation on May 30th. Her remains were sent to her former home for burial. Mr. William Kelly a musician In Morrison's Orchestra dropped dead from heart failure in Cheyenne Wyo. on June the 12th. There are many visitors from the East coming to Sunny Colorado to spend the Summer vacation. Bolden Brothers Base Ba...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 21 June 1919

PAGE SIX THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JUNE 21. 1919. . ; I Mll.li I I III Mrs. Pokle Price of Tyler spent a few days vlalting Mm. Mary duller. Miss Lb M. Latlinore of Rusk baa a music class of 15 pupils doing nicely here at Mrs. E. N. Ragfrfale's Little Tbelina Francis spent a few (lays viBlting her aunt. Miss . Rosa Battles Iolma Battles Delma Mrs. Josie Jordan of Palestine spent a few days viBting in the city. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Kenady are visiting in Galveston. An elaborate dinner was served Sunduy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe demons the invited guest were Mrs. Mattie Martin of Dallas and the reporter. Sanders and Tenerson have recent- ly installed three new up-to-date chairs. A new solid mirror combi- nation front and beautiily lighted three chair shop. To-morrow Sunday Rev. J. H. Moore of- Holly Sprlns. Miss. Gen eral secretary of mission will preacn the Masonary sermon at the C. M. R church you are invited to come. CALVEBT. Calvert Texas June 19. Prof. A. IL M...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 21 June 1919

i. THE 'DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JUNE 21 1919. PAGE SEVEN tMttwMwttwmHmmw FREE! FREEH FREE 1 1 f OUR NEW HOME Jost ssM m ;w addrMS aa w wUl mbU you y mall TBXS mm Urgs aad bMnuful CatatogM show 1st all ths UtMt styles of Crtoto Hair Goods Hair Nsts. Raw Ualr Blaetrie Combs Has Hmir Worksrt Tools tc Oar Hair goods kava ths rspuutlos for ksutg ths kat sad ws ars Us lsrcsst aiaU srdsr Crl Hair Goods Hons la taa DalUd But i X a til t a k r I ; 1 1 r 25000 MORE PORO AGENTS WANTED Eqifipped 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 T-iRKCn.LLEEE c . M Poro Corner St Louis Mo. Dept A-12 TEXAS TOWNS ' GAUDALUPE COLLEGE The following Interesting story 1b taken from the Seguln Bulletin: A short visit to Gaudalupe College last Tuesday evening at a time when every body was busy in the activities that go with commencement week brought somewh...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 21 June 1919

"1 THE DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS. TEXAS. SATURDAY JUNE 21 1919. Ro-eloctei HON. W. 8. WILLIS Waco Grand Chancellor K. of P. of Texas. yikfil GRAND LODGR DELEGATES FISrr DALLAS EVPEKMS AND LVSrECT PLANT. Mini A. J. Cumbo went to Jackson- ville last week on business. Mrs. E. A. Blanton has returned from a Wit to her sick sister at Jacksonvlllo. Mr .and Mrs. H. C. Cumbo Mrs. L. V. Brown and Miss Eulac Har- rison motored to Alto last week. Mr. Henry Cook is convalescent Pres. Andy Harris of the Farmers Club attended the Jacksonville agri cultural meeting last Saturday. Mr. Pat Egbert Is attending the Grand Lodge of K. of P's in Dallas. The Presbyterians Rev. McKellar pastor held services at the school house last Sunday. Mr. Dick Owens is convalescent Messrs. Conlcy and Boon are hav- ing a success with their moving CWANSVILLE. Following delegates were In at- tendance to Ui thlrty-firth annual nslon of the Grand Lodge Knights M Pythias and twentloth annual ses- aioa. of the Grand Court of Ca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 5 July 1919

4 rv The Republican Parly Is The Ship All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. $1.60 Per Annum Founded by W. EX Kins. PALLAS EXJXESS DALLAS SATUBDAY JULY 6 1919. PBICE FITE CENTS. you no. ss. nn m narvn i3rzjrn i S U 1 uuuu LfLi ! 1 Ill mimtam nr UUL V 1 1 U uilu v. if 11101 SPEAKS Oil ECOIlOORnTi THE NEGRO WAS ONE. HUNDRED PER CENT IN WAR-MUST BE ONE HUNDRED PER CENT WITH HIMSELF IF HE WOULD RISE By N. W. Harllee. 1 M doen and there would be no difference between the type-writer Kelly Miller the author teacher plowman ' both Bhould be and race' pleader for Industry and galled. Manhood Is like electricity thrift lectured at the Pythian Tern-1 stored In a battery this dtnymo of pie on Friday night the 27th ult earring his arm in a sling. The ed- ucator and leader of higher education haying wounded his hand by a fall aaid that his hand being wounded and painful that his whole body sym-1 fcut con8ldered tne man wn0 wore pathlased with his hand and that the tnat 8Ult man arrayed m that Negro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 5 July 1919

PAGE TWO THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS. SATURDAY JULY 5 1919. I) v. 1 L TEXAS ITASCA. Ilas'.a Texas July 3. Miss Hazel McM.::!vn who have teen with her aunt. Mm. M. J. Sanforrl all winter loft fur homo. Port Ollwon Okla. Saturday. i. Mrs. Willie Steele who has been vi.sitiiif? her Grand parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. Cirandlwrry left for home Dallas Texas Monday. Fror. J. w Sanford left for Waco Sunday to attend the summer' normal. Hon. David J. Abner D M. N. G. of H. H. of Ruth spent Thursday and Friday liere in the Interest of the order On account of tho heavy rain we could not have the meeting planned on however the few enjoyed the talk and Information Riven. Little Jewel McGlnnls in company with her cousin Mrs. Lulu Hunter left for Pauls Valley Okla. Friday she will spend the month of July there. Mrs. Reed and daughter Knima of Burtlette is the truest of Mrs. Fulcher ' her daughter. Mrs. Reed is here for her health Mrs. F. M. McGinnls made a fly- In? trip to Hillsboro Wednesday to M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 5 July 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TKXAS SATURDAY JULY 5 1919. pace Tinir TEXAS - JACKSONVILLE. Jacksonville Texas Texas July 3. Rev. J. K. Rains P. K of the Tyler District held his 3rd quarterly conference wltn. - Benson uiiapui . M. E. church June 2IJ-29th. The el- der was at his best and preached an able sermon at the noon hour ser- vices to a large congregation and at night preached a splendid sermon to a large audience. The quarter was financially and spiritually suc- cess total collection $41.61. Mrs. Fannie Arnwlne left Sunday evening to spend the summer in Tulsa Okla . The church carnival of the A M. B. Church was well attended. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Kanady after a week's stay in Houston and Galves- ton returned home last week. Mr. T. L. Lewis was called to marshal last week one account of sickness and returned home. He has opened his cafe and market owing to the large circulation of the Dallas Express arid other business of important. We nave secured the services of Prof. Milas Jones...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 5 July 1919

face roun TEE DALLAS EXTBrSS MtMBEfl NATiOTAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. FubHphed ryt-ry Fsturilm morning- l the yar at 2600 8wl Avenue ffHSD DALLAS r.'.f'IIO rrDLISHITl ( Inrororaid) tmlln T-"K.i. .. Anrh oittcr Kront A Front J W. Jtith .-'rc-t Vtim'-'ii.11 tHn.r Front A Fropt Can- .l.l!lr 1. 1 V-nnt A Front In- (".-..nil.T.t I" KuiMlnic. Editor JOHDAlf. . r.t..M( i Oltlti at 1". Sun. reml--laii mnttr. under i-l t.f i.'oniirorii March 187. IMPORTAHT. to siihucHpHortB mullfd lor a le p.il'.l than threw month. Payment T. i nmr must bo 60 cent. M. IIM.HIITIO' l!f ADTAKCBt thrt Ymr ft Montha 78 Tbr Monthi s" Cnpjr M SOTICB TO 1'HB PUBLIC . .. AvvnMaia reflection n no n t.H oharaoter. atamllnn or raputntlon i of nf p'ron. flr-n or corporation whlh in ppfiir In th roliimna of The iiln Uxur will bo g-ladly cor-r'l'ti'-i upon f boln brought to th fruition f the publlnhcra. SATURDAY JULY 6 lWt. THE WARE OF WAKES Midnight In Stillson's bar And one clear call for beer; Let teardrop not the mome...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 5 July 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JULY 5 1919. PACE FIVE 1 S ' X 1 J. .... ..I Ft worth Texas Juiy i.A swell reception was given at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Klrkpatrlck ! 1108 New York Avenue last Fri- day evening by the Samuel Huston club in honor of Mr. L. Covington; and Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Sneed. Both onnnlnn are nnwlv married and bpb ' couples are newiy marnea ana are members of that club. Words of greeting were given by Miss I. B. Robinson and Prof. G. W. Jordan teacher at Wiley University. Mrs. W. R. Echols city school; Mr. Wheetly Sam Huston College; Mrs. M. Richardson and Miss M. E. Cobb president: W. D. Klrkpatrlck served as toast master. Notice. 1 have moved my Offices from 608 Main street to 411V4 E. 9th street Dr. Will Taylor foot specialist Th lorn Mannnlc Lndtres met. in a mass meeting last Sunday after-! noon at the Masonic Temple and perfected an organization which shall be known as the Fort Worth Masonic ' Band with A. E. Smith; President a S. Hemph...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 5 July 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JULY 5 1919. AGE SIX ATTENTION TO ALU C. M.N and II. P.' of the Jurimiictlon of Texan: Your at- tention is onie more caJ'ta notify all Sir Knights and Daughters of Texas that tho 31st Grand Session 's near at band and they can help bo much by obeying the edicts of the proclamation of the C. G. M. concern- ing the collection or Grand dues Tn-annuul Tax. Endowment and Mem- bership r9 and Bend all to the C. G. S. Frof. S. S. Reid of Vanhall. Texa-v I hope each presiding ofneier will got busy at once and collect all of their Grand iuen and fcuve the name in the C. G. S. office by July 1. 1919. It will save time and money at the Grand Sesnlon. We should not go to the Grand SphbIoii to call Endowment and Grand Dues. All members who have not paid all their assessments are requested to come to the Grand Session square on Prof. Reld's Book. Each C. M. and H. P. or their vice are ex- pected to be in Waco Monday. July 21. 1919- All Committees will be ap...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 5 July 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JULY 5 1919. PAGE SEVEN ment griven by the Young Ladies of Pleasant Hill Baptist church. Mrs. Nora Wilson had several visi OUR NEW HOME FREE! FREE!! FREE 1! tors last week Mrs. Carlisle her mother and her sister Mrs. Rogers .both of Kaufman also her daughter Mrs. Agnes Skates of Canton. M(fl. E. J. Herd Mrs. Aquerman Jones of Cleburne Texas: Mrs. Miller and daughter of Temple tfelcas were all the guests of Mrs. W. M. Wllsort for several days' including her brother j Mr. Chester .Miller now of Dallas. I Mrs. Smith of Terrell spent last ' Wiwlr UMfh hot tallfrhta. M... 1 Jnat mi u addrM Ml n will eaU you by maU FRJC3 oar lrg ud bMutlfal Catalecns a?vov las all tha latest stylet of Crtole Hair Good. Hair Nets Raw Hair. Bactrle Combs and Hair WorksCs Tols ate Oar Hair goods sat th reputation for being ths kaat aad ws ars the largest mail srdsr 'OtmIs Hair Gaods Hsm U Daited BUtM. A I Illl Ml '. . J. 1 I Ws.t&m tit is j ; i. ' ' ? 'v ' r .... ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 5 July 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEAAa.SATUKIJATt JUL! S St Louis -Wednesday Aug. 18 returned home from France among ih number were Chas. Galea. Claude Chicago . .sunaay Aug. u Greenville- Wednesday Aug. 2T 1 Townsell and Will Orange Mnnriav A rut Tuesdav Mi s. Ova Brooks not return ea irom NashvUle Tenn where she has been taking nurse training. .Sept 1st and t r wviTiinvaU Cuney Nacogdoches Chapel Baptist m m.iirrh--aturdav and Sun- jay Sept 20 and 21 Nacogdoches Zion Hill Wednesday .t nj ftpt 24 Card t Thank. Va winh in thank the friends and HON. W. E. KINO cltlzenu of Terrell for the kiadness shown our brother Mr. J. M. Cren- shaw. Your kindness wil! aever be forgoUra. Center ...Thursday Sept 25 ..Wednesday Oct 1 Waco Pittsburg! ..Friday Oct 3 Tyler Marshall Wednesday Oct 8 Thursday Oct 9 Mrs. jonn sman. Miss Cora Long. PROF. O. 8. MEADOWS Commerce Texas. " Prominent Odd Fellow and teach- er In the public schools also agent for the Dallas Express. TEXAS I. WARLI5. Marlin Texas July 3. A...

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