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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 5 July 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS JUL? 191. PACE NOTE DALLAS J. ALBA AUSTIN PEKSOICALS. Miss Arrington or McAllister la visiting Miss Lula Davis of this city. Miss Jennings of Wharton Is vis- iting the Rodgers oa Thomas Ave. Master Paul Prince son of Doctor and Mrs. A. N. Prince of Shorman will visit Master John T. S. White son of Mrs. Slnah C. White 3G00 Boaeland Avenue. The young folks will he entertained Monday evening July 7. Miss Dora Welch and Mrs. Dun- ham of Fort Worth were ' in town Thursday evening. Mrs. Wayman Alexander of Hous- ton is a guest of Mrs. C. J. Island 3311 State street.. Miss L. M. Martin of Sellna Ala. is in the city and is a member of the stenography force in Grand Keep- er of Record and Seals M. M. Rodgers. Miss Martin will take place made vacant hy Miss Napier's resignation. Miss Marguerite IdlelettJ of Kansas City Mo. spent a few days In Dallas on business and visiting old friends this week. She was the guest of Dr. and Mrs. O. Roy Busch. Mr. and Mrs. J. R...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 5 July 1919

AGE TEN THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS JULY 6 1&19. HlSffllL II PITTMAN ! Vu.l Present Seme tsi Ker Advanced Hupi's in a Public recital at Ths Community Reuse Asse.-nbJy Room. Tuesday KvcniiiR " July & at 8 p m Tho public is cordially Invited The following program is to be rendered: 1. Duet Mazurka Brilliant Everett Ewlng and Teacher . 2. (a). Menuet in G Beethoven (b). Sparklets Xucile Gunter 3. Moonlight Dream Waltz Adalie Ewlng . First Movement of Mozart's Sonata Uo. 7 -LO' Jacmson CRAB HAS STRANGE GROWTH 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 16. 16. 17. IS. 19. 20. 21. 22. Cuckoo Song : - Reading Solo - - (a) . Rustle of Spring Bunding (b) . Waltz Caprice Newlands Silvery Moon Nocturne . June Twilight - By The Broclt ..... Selection ..; Gyksy Dance ...Eterline Bold on .. ....Bern ice Brashcar Ana Lee Lacy ZL Francetta ilTli . Vivian Scott Everett Ewlng Daisy Powell ShuberlB March Mlltalre (Duet) Scarf Dance Chanievade IjO Syplphs The Butterfly Duet "The Patrol" Bertha W...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 5 July 1919

PACE F.LETW II I I l I fa " " " " I f: P H" a ir a --JMa-iT.J;:J-:-ifcaaa:fV-.;. THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS JULY 6 1919. . . 1 -i . I III f I . I i -X I ) U LJ L 7V U - i i I! nm S f.' f. -i A V'' I SAT. JULY dIH SPECIAL ATTRACTION. Mon. and Tues. July 7th and 8th Special Attraction Extraordinary Tom Mix featured In "THE COMING OP THE LAW." A wonderful story of the western plains. Matinee Monday 2 p. m. TOM MIX Featured la a Western attraction "THE GOLDEN THOUGHT" also Jack Richardson and Anna Little in "THE REGENADE" a story of the foot hills and Western plains full of action from start to finish not a dull moment Matinee Saturday 2 p. m. SB 'lrH TfoHh2 S THE COMING OFTHEIAW'jJ J I. iiyivji j vjjuiamtox production x&L f- Ui)daijg 6 th DESMOND CAST AS YANKEE CABEFREE Screen Actor in Hole of American Adventurer DiHdalnfuI of Dignity of PonipouD Central American Ofll-clals. A 5IX-5H00TER C0E5 WITH THE f GOES WITH TH 6 J--.- JOB IN THIS ' 1 PRINTING ff J " Vi rFICE' "' ' '"I '...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 5 July 1919

THE PALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS TEXAS JULT S 1919. Si WE HAVE' SOLD n V? BcALESTER GOAL T PACK TWf LYE r I!) 7s LIU Lfu FOR THIRTY YEARS. . Let us remind you that we furnished ycu last winter that gocd CEHUHJE r.l'ALESTER COAL WE ARE SELLING THE SAME COAL THIS YEAR CENTRAL ft JOHN HARRIS MQR -1 Li i - ORDER FROM US ND YfiU WILL BE SURE TO GET IT. OUDUi IT NOW PETM'IAN COAL CO. OFFICE and YARDS I Junius Walton and T. ft P. Ry. TELEPnOJfi:S Manual Basket 8 Haskel 9 Antomatlc T 1213 y g'f Among fele GhuPGhes EL BETHEL BAPTIST CIIUKCIL' Oak Cliff Dallas Texan July 3. Dr. B. Moore Pastor; R K. Jonos clerk. . Sunday wan an Idoal worship day. "Old Sol" withheld his extreme best and gave US tempered bright rajs which consequence wag the Coining out to worship groat number of church goers. The election of officers of Sunday school was as follows: Sunt. 8. C. Black Aitst Supt N. O Ponu Sec. Miss Martha E. Jordan Asst Sec. Miss Thelma Jamison Treas. C. H. Moore Librarian Miss Luclle J. Myers. The t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 12 July 1919

Only Negro Newspaper in the Southwest to own and oper- V- ate its own plant Founded by W. E. King. TOL. 2 SO. -69. no m t? si To) tim 11 ffinw p (ppr nn iw c?q NEGRO RECEIVES MGHE SOUTKERtlEH OP POSES HOWARD RAISES POINT OF ORDER; UNI- VERSITY LOSES SUM AG- v GHEGATIN3 $80360. (By The Associated Negro PreKS) wasnington u. c July 10. on a P I 17". "iXilrUta appearance In the congested sec :7.r;3: appropriations for the support of Howard University tbls. city car- nea in tne sundry bin were strlck- -en from the bill In the house today. Mr. Ragsdale contended that there la no legislation authorizing the ap- ' proprlation. Chairman Good admitted that there . is no legislation authorizing the ap- propriation but urged Mr. Uagsdale to let the item stand as appropria- tions had been carried In the Mil ' for many years. He added that there Is much charity In. the bill. ftf "That does not make it right." said Mr. Ragsdale. "1 make the point of order that it Is not carried - legally." The poi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 12 July 1919

PAGE TWO THE DAIXA8 EXPRESS DAlXAS TEXAS 8ATCRDAY JC1T 12 1919 iobt noam SEW8 U : V J J. H. SWAN SON -Reporwr Offlo. 1301 E. 9h Street Phone L. 2639 I stars was Prof. B. E. Berges who . delivered a splendid lectured on the "Bible" in one of h'.t points he em- phasized the Bible being carried moBtly by the EngllBh language and another feature of his lecture was the dramatc p rformance of Paul.- NEWS BOX at Bragg Comet Print- j lng Co. i 05 Jones Street The Dallas Express for Sale. 1 Enclose check covering lc per word ; (or reading notices etc.. when you DROP your MESSAGE Id the BOX ' Trade Mark: GOOD SERVICE ' Fort Worth Texas July 10. Miss' officiating. rmm t pi.kard iu Bercman St Mrs- Bertba Thompson Greer died Emma M. I ickard. 11 Bergman ssu at hef mother.g home CeDtnl ave. is an smiies over mo rcmiu ui nue( July 5tll The funeral was con- unclu Mr. Matthews Pickard who has ducted by Vr. R. S. Jenkins ot the for one year seen service on the house Tha funeral was largely at- .........

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 12 July 1919

PAGE THREE MLLfl 63 lOCUL IWPCNINQ ft (ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT) J ALBA AUSTIN CITY EDITOR THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JULY 12 lira. Wm. Jackson 1336 McKenzle street her daughter Cora Lee and little William Jackson Jr. left on the 28th to spend the Summer In visiting relatives and friends in ruilnt nt Ark an Ran. Their friends in Dallas wishes them pleasant stay. Mrs. Lilly Cooper 914 Bogel street will leave July 19th for a six weeks' stay at Kansas City Mo. Mrs. Delia McKinney of Kaufman came Sunday with her Sister Mrs. Hattle Brooks 1001 Hawkins street Mrs. Rosetta Akers of Lehigh Okla- lahoma. Is stopping In in this City with her cousin Mrs. James Shan- non 829 Allen street with prospects of permanently residing here. Rev. Wm. Mclveen assistant pastor of Macedonia Baptist church will All the pulpit all day Sunday at El Bethel Baptist church. Rev. Moore newly elected pastor Is In Shreve- port. La- attending to church busi- ness. Mrs. Alice Clark of Hot Springs...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 12 July 1919

TIIS DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JULY 12 J919. THE PALLAS EXPRESS NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. lMlUntnd evory Saturday morninir in itie your at zeon hwle Annua by Vila DALLAS F.I"HI' ITBLINHISfU 4'OMI'ANY. Ono.trporaied) . liullnM Texas. Xri York omr Frost 4 F"roat IS N. 2Uh Strict. iMiirno Otili'r Front & Froit. Boy- iiiuims ii intuit oilirf Frost & Frost. Can- dr Hiiildins -v-ofcvlilr iiflKf Front & Kront In- ii. t. -Mli-iit l.W liiilldlng. V. R. HI Mi. r:iiitr It. f- meted at Pimt OHIcm at lalla. T(H(t.i fi A''oncl-rlaHK rnnttr under Jk'-l (it 0ntrrrwi. March 187. IMfOHTANT. N.i nhrlptlinii mailf-d tor a period than three uiuntha. Payment r -f nnii muni be SO cent. MIIM'HII'TIOIVN l!f ADVAHCB. One Y er 1.M tlx Month 75 Three Months 60 buiKle Copy... .08 NUTICU TO THIS I'll BMC Any erronooue rellactlon upon the character standing- or reputation of aoy pTMon hrni or corporation wniui may app'-ur In th coluains of The umtnn l-;pre will l Kindly cur- rr:td u...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 12 July 1919

it THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JULY 12 1919. PAGE FIVL' TEXAS GAINESVILLE. Gainesville lexas juiy jury has brought us its usual amount of heat and sunshine but it has not stop the progress of the church work here. Services the well attended. Mrs. Lou Hamilton la home from El Paso where she has been visiting her daughter Beulah; Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Brown spent Sunday at Ladonia Texas with rela- tives. Quite a number of the Gainesville populace spent the fourth in Sanger Texas. They reported a very nice time. Mr. and Mrs. Winchester left last Monday night for some point in Mich- igan. The wedding of Miss Ruth McNeil and Mr. Calvin Nicholson which took place last Monday night at Mt. Olive Baptist church was a swell affair. Everything was on the dart. Rev. B. J. Brown officiating. The happy couple left Monday night for Bonham Texas which will be their home. We wish for them much Joy. CAMERON. ' Cameron Texas July 10. Many of Our soldier boys returned home last week. A swell ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 12 July 1919

AC.:: .six THE DALLAS EXPKES9 DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JULY 12 1W ;n!:rsTHJE. Greenville Texas July 10- n.yn were Rood Sunday aul oach .rVmday school vai wall BtUindod. kcv. Parker F. Johnson who ttm ?Hrn dolus ev:uiKol!Htlo work In Ok- lahoma for three months or more .A nnw in the city. It is out of the rrinnrr to write coficnrnlnj? the ' i. it Til-. vnt U In Dot Ollt Of T lniio to say that white citizens of tJno city muke a feast for the soldiers 4 S r-t nio arove oaie noi w wn- f.H rs not black soidlers but O. H. .Jtliein. When dlnnor wan made iv -".iy fliiu boin Willie ana ixuot bi rred all eolfilors niarobed j -it tal.lfl at tke ramti timo 4 u uilu evuryltilns gooa io w -!;l.?ken not excepted. Tker thoy i'MiaUod themselves. We all Ktorl- (h d God Baytng we never M fi. on VJt f Bullion. W ra. IJ. U T(er spent a few days (ti Emory Txas last week on' fcmi- noiw. Rev. W. II. Hampton has re- turn od from Grant Ok la. MiHB Mtnnlo Baty bag returned fuoin a tkree weoka' stay I Pnlos- iSii...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 12 July 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS 8ATCBDAY JULY 155 1910 PAGE fij 4 Hi? I Jill! teffi2iSKS22asli in- -W -trsrW -.r." -si-". I i 4 . . . : . .1. P I i .1 i f I .If t Si Vi SATURDAY JULY 12th Crane Wilbur in a Western Production "DEVIL McCARE" mm .- .. If I J "IX 0 1 tr3r a rancher pursues his flseing sweet- iv 'f uaxi. uc niaoco iuo iiiiuicu in ills oia. tviiuuci auu '.fft jumps after her through the pullman car window as the train and auto plunge along at break neck speed This is only one of the exciting moments in "Devil Mc- Care. Full of action from start to finish. SATURDAY ONLY Matinee at 2:00 p. m. ;?-: K ' 1 fTv:. : . ; I & ' l J ' ' 1 '1 J IJaAAJM fini-ni'ir j ''.'V ? -V' ' '' " "' " Crane "Wilbur m 'DevjlM'Care' WedM July I6th Our Smashing Wonderful Serial "THE TIGER'S TRAIL" Also TOM MIX in a Two Reel Western Drama and Keystone Comedy Matinee Wednesday at 2:00 P. M. MM Thurs. July I7th Rex Beaches' Greatest Story THE SPOILERS" Featuring WILLIAM FARNUH This production has ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 12 July 1919

PACE EIGHT THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS' SATURDAY JULY 12 1919. r n u TEX A3 ! MEXIA. Mexia Texas July 10.-Sunday was tlit. biggest day. Mexia has aeon 8iin;o the signing of the armistice. The rr.initlve Baptists had Uiotr an- nual ooinmmilon Mid washing 'eath ithor's foot Great sermons were jirtvachud by Revs. L. W. Thomas N. Jiicknoi Sam Brltt and Parhams. The Uexall club oonipoaed of tie most prominent and leading ladloa if the city entertained Mrs. A. Mo- NMl at the beautiful home of lira. J. Stroud. Saturday tiiphL Every thing waa served in zOUi Century style and merriment ruled supreme. r'rof. Chas. Chatman ia la the city from Dallas vlaitlng Ms wU'e and two daughters. Mr. Willie May Cooks and Robert Medlork came Friday after spending 17 months with Uncle 8am oversea. Rov. Miller District Supt and Rev. Woodruff of Doyle are vtaitora In the city on business. Mr. Hubbard Alexander la visit ing his sister trs. Sam Brltt after winding nine mouths acrowi the sea with the A. K. F...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 12 July 1919

V. 1 ; 55 V X. X THE TM TT DALLAS TEXAS SjTURDAY JULY 12 1919. TICS KLfS SI FREE! FREE!! FREE 1 ! I J mat sens ynr address aal wlS sead yM y ataJl TBLX31 mm tarrs sac kMuuful CatsJogaa show tag all Us latest styles C Omois Hair Goods Hair Nets. Raw Hair Beetrla Combe ana Hair Worker T to. eta. Oar Hair goods aava taa rssntaooa for ketng tit MSt aaa ws ars tie largest BaaO. str Creole Hair Goods Horn la tfttt Oattaa ItaUsv. m ' 5 i-i" - : ; OUR NEW HOME ' gj B 3 l15' Di. Fv 1L 'unPtiui ' and 182 fi5! ifl&S HI'wLI Hi ffiffBnl 019 iTSOn" Room 210. Office hours to 11 s ':m1I1P rtfflfllfl t F HS3 IHlftSrl H iflKfflffl fcfttftllf n.: 8 to 5 p. n.: T to 9y ny Offlcf i --.n 1 3 it ; 25000 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 TPHHEEDIU St. Louis Mo. Dept. A-12 TEXAS TOWNS IIEARXE. i sister Myrlln...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 12 July 1919

tags Try THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLA TEXAS SATURDAY. JULY 12. 1919. C HATER l""n'fc m SIZE OLD BELIEFS STILL SURVIVE Extinct Volcano of Hateaksta In H w.-iiian islands l One of the World'a Wonder. i The Hawaiian Islands possess an eitinct voU'imo so Immense tluit a large oily could be ft down Inside the crater. It Is rrnety M'vin mil"S around the f.109 of !!nltiikiiln. twenty miles urmiml t he crn;r wnll. Htid 1P(X)0 feet to the top. Tlie cnst wm fiR' ti&i b l st Ml out 'to a depth of 8('()0 feet and titui aside In a scries of eruptl-ms ftrcwitiK ihe uiuuntuln with liowidtT Itivti and ash. Within the crater thus formed a jrreBt conp and a nimther of smaller one enn t'e wen. It Is far down to thp floor or the crater that a howler itisted In seems to fall In empty space Th crash of It landing Is never heard. Tho view from the crater of Mt. Haleakala la accounted one of the most wonderful In the world. The : grwn fields of the Islund and the blue Pacific are spread out before the ol s...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 12 July 1919

TIIE DALLAS EXPRESS PALLASTgXAS SATURDAYiJULY 12 1919. 1ACB rLF.TES TV -A OLD REGULAR If AMES CUSET AS TIIE PLACE SEl'T. 1 AND 2 TIIE DATE STAXE BLSISESS LEAGUE rKOUIlAM LEAILMJfG THE WAI TO t'MTE Sl'OB 3LAKLSG FUN OF TIIE DIFFEIIANCE BETWEEN BRAVE AND DULLY DONT LAUGH. Staff Correspondence. Dallas Texas July 7 1919. I arrived in Cuney Monday even- ing nearlv nlL'ht. June 30. so as to be ready for the meeting ot the State Business League July 1 and1 2 1919. 1 was not the only one there for beside Hon. R. L. Smith' the president from Waco; represents tlves came iroin rort Arthur Dal- las Texarkana Grapeland Pales- tine and one or two local points. We did not bold the meeting because the hlghwater made the attendance f the people near by impossible. The doggone roads had in them no bot- tom. After conference over the sit- uation President Smith announced a postponement till September 1 and 2 1919 Cuney Texas. The follow- ing program will at that time be carried out unless duatb. stops...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 12 July 1919

4 i IMU:: T1TELT3 XriAgALLASEXPRESS PAIXAxa gATURDAY JfTTY f jfc ?; saist johs BimsT ijvst: 'UlUrA .-. tlitllCit lJMS'lUTlOK i ! UT JiV S.U.Vl' JOH.X iHl'lJS tSiliXll AX iSSTmiiO.V HIT It VN 11 I'AlUJtK&iS JLV COA lir. C. C. !Iurr. 1'n.stur. The Jfv !? .iiiiil. 'i'k Church end the By N. W. Harllee. If wo build beneath Uia aun we t-aild too low. liut. U w bulla with In soul-growth and soul-expansion wiililn lu domain of UDlltnpted poa isibihttos. we build a laddoc by wblcn wo mount above Uie stunt round by round e reach a kingdom ot even greater activity and far reaching poa eibiUUes. We roach Uiat higher power which by it very divinity ll luminatos our path of duty In the uuward and upward marofa. IT we u:ld in thia manner seeking the present and future good of man to broaden lis activity of Kreatci UH4 fulncBB In that spirit wliich kindles with the fervor of earn recurring &Ko; we thus reach the maa farthest (flown and b'd him stand upon hla f.t take ur his bed and walk. H ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 19 July 1919

v jff ' ( Only Negro Newspaper in the Southwest to own and oper- ate its own plant . Pounded by W. Mux TOL 20 SO.. 40 In Ma a mM 231 (SSHaT THE OTHER NAME FOR T flOW CL0S1UG IT) BtBinning With The Lynching of a Colored Man Some Time Ago Fo!r lows The Shooting of Marion Bush And The Wounding of Four White Men; Houses And Kalis of Colcred People Given The Torch THE CITY UNDER MARTIAL LAW Rangers And Soldiers In Evidence. White Men Pass Resolutions Con- demning Prof. Jones And The White Men Who Took The Law In Their Own Hands. Sixteen White Men Under Arrest Staff Correspondence. Dallas Texas July 14 1919. "Race Riot at Longview" was the message received at the Dallas Ex- press office Friday noon the out- break having taken place Thursdiy night July 10 and early FYiday morning July 11. I might add that there his been more or loss rioting and raiding every Jjy since and I now write this story- more thin 300 soldiers are camped in and around the town of Lonsview and the afore- time peacef...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 19 July 1919

IK... THE fcAIXAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEX. SATURDAY JULY 1 si 11 it" . r O KT tlOHTH BEWS J. H. SWANSON.. Reporter ' Ou. 1301 E. fl'a Street Tbona L. ts;i NEWS BOX at Bragg Comet Print- ing Co. ' 905 Jones Street Tbe Dallas Express for Sale. Eoclose check covering le per word for reajlng notices etc.. when yon DROP your MESSAGE la the BOX J Trade Mark: GOOD SERVICE I so many gooa pointos unui be surrea Y. M. C. A. WORK AND ACTIVITIES Fort Worth Texas July 17. We are delighted with the great number of vlHitors visiting our "Y rooms weekly. More than 250 roistered with us last week. Many s;ent their few momenta In a very edifying and entertaining manner by reading the pages of onr magazines papers and other Journals. Many exnservlce men are being placed In good paying Jobs through our employment bureau. About 36 men were placed the past week. Our weekly entertainments In each Thursdny night at different churches are really enjoyable and largely at- tended. The previous week our sol- diers ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 19 July 1919

T3H DALLAS EXFBES3 DALLAS TEX 8ATUEDAY JCLT 19 1919. DALLAS. "LONDON'Um -llfflTOnNQ. (ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT) J ALBA AUSTIN CITY EDITOR THE CABTFB CASE." At Grand Central Theatre. . The Carter Case" a Craig Ken- nedy Serial to be shown at the Grand Central Theatre commencing July 20th and continued for 15 weeks. Shelby Carter's Immense fortune has been made out of the Carter Dixon Coal and Iron Miners In Ten- nessee. Competitors are mysteriously stealing Carter's trade formulae. To elude his enemies. Carter has fitted up a secret room over the huge lpe organ In his New York man- sion where he lives with his daugh- ter Anita A sinister hand seems to reach forth out of Carter's dark past hounding him to his doom. The very day before Anita's eighteenth birthday he receives a message tell- ing him he shall die. In order that the Carter Dixon fortune may be restored to Its rightful owner. This message Is signed "Avion." Carter is killed. No one knows how or by whom. From that m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 19 July 1919

iv.tK'-JE R NATIONAL NEGRO PftSS ASSOCIATION. luuiiHti'il every Saturday vaornlns; in the year at 3'"J ewlmi An. CHJS DAIXAI KXPIli:" FUBLISB1WQ W !.. (lrH-r;ried) Italian 'li-xas. Hri- York Oru Krunt Frost IS N Sflth Stret. .i. -k;o Oiiu-e front A Frost Boy- es lM.ui.JinB. AtJnnu omco. Frost Frost. Can- llrr Kulltlliuc. ftaaavlile trniff Frost at Frost In- dependent Life building. Editor t. R. JORDAN Manasrev. tcntered t Po.it Olllee at Dallas Tf.-.m as scond-clana matter under Act of Congress. March. 187. lMPOHTANT. Nn subscriptions mailed tor a less period than three months. Payment lot same aiust be BO centa. sVuM-HU"TIO!. II ADTA5C& One Tear........ Ix Months T Tare Months Ingle Copy .01 MOTICK TO TUB PUBLIC. Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation whln mar appear In the columns of The Dallas Kxprens will be gladly cor- rected upon Its being- brought to the attention or ins puonannrs. SATCBDAY JULY 19 1919. Too mu...

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