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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 2 August 1919

' --.is TIIE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1919. PAf SOME T O W N S I N. TEXAS WE COVER THE STATE LIKE A BLANKET PROFESSIONALS. NEW METiiOIi LCFKIN. Lufkln, Texas, July 31. Rev. M. Eurd of Austin has been called to pastor Good Will Baptist church. Rev. J. J. James, Jr., of Houston was called to pastor First Baptist church and filled his second appointment Sunday. Rev. Dr. W. T. Reagor will leave the city Tuesday 28th to attend the 34th Annual session of the C. M. E. conference, Houston District The Memorial, sermon of Mr. W. Jones, one of the beloved neighbor of Lufkln Camp No. 7 American Woodmen was preached Sunday, 3:30 p. m., at the C. M. E. church by Rev. W. T. Reagor. The home of Mr. O. L. Williams was completely des troyed by fire, July 26. Messr. S. Long, R. D. Hollond, J. C. Hackney, H. Griffin, our leading farmers report crops in fairly good condition. Little Miss Vivian Henry left Thursday for Houston, where she will be the guest of Miss Dar lina Arrlngt...

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. — 2 August 1919

ft THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUG. t, 191ft, h , I; ,1 c;i '! on ! U't' ,H f f r. , . . A. 'f-.iton CorxtoaM, la ' .'.'.r-ia-law, h.lr H. ' A. -ll (!trk atreoL v . I .ry!Bt returned Tues- . i .J.'iii City, whore he i jL't.-namn th funeral of o f sf Kv. K. a Sparks. He ".f.cu ;1.. u Ifht for Lodl. to a I' i 'iit Conventions ' Tl.omaa. VAttib turn returned r wrviii;? oiio year In Franca, fit n i.T'.T days with fata mother t-u ,-!i.iirlrt. La., and a few daya i l.i i rti'.Jr , Solomon, here In iii, lnt row In In Lob AngcHus, ,i. ra-tlio Wi'llama la able to be i "."' .'wo w celts lllncs.-' sit T. 3'.. M. S., with her mother, . . 1. Coleman, 2SD4 Main St ii. J. (;aiar of EoevHIe, Tex-p;'i-r ft"id!n.n; a wertt rn Wmo . iar the Orand KoBRioa of K. :. f T of Yeco, arrived In Psl- r-...rnlns of ho STLh, rltiltinf Hr. i rn. T. I Cftinpbell of 400 Wfl- . i Amain F. MoKImiejr and Mlsa ' i C: .... t of Terrrtl are awced te vcf.k ta Dallas, Tlth Mr. T. i-fl. Cj!)1.B. . . VVVVVVV...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 2 August 1919

MAT" """" 1 1 fr -1 r i rlir i r''ill tin-V. i r' . i-ff-1 'ir Crttrr? trrnr'Trrr r"i T-rrffli tiirrr lull nws.m iw i mum n nn mi , nmmm mm in urn li" Wl "W. i'.S JUBHi.l "A-:.:.-rw:..:, ,1, fciaaiM)irM-!:tf-i'i',a3-r M HI 1 TM Tli rT"il 11 ill ' -Sto; :,.e.k ' no mmwmmm mmwmmm mmwimwm mmmm WW ir r n 3 U THE DALLAS EXTEESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUG. 1319. V fm iwpnii'nm!a'i!ii SWA r"""'" a i P Ik Of i r a u u u Saturday, Augest 2nd, Special Western Attraction "THE ROOT OF EYIL." Matinee Saturday at 20 p. m. If you like a rousing Western drama of the days of '49, In which the leading part is 'taken by a man whs baa made a notable reputation for himself In Western parts, both here and abroad, you will enjoy "The Boot of Evil," the Triangle success which is coming here on Phillip Yale Drew, known as "Young Buffalo," will be remembered as the leading man in such plays at as "The King of the Golden West," "The Texas Ranger," and others, In which he toured the United States and Englan...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 2 August 1919

7 THE DALLAS EXPUESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, J919. DALLAS, a'lrOaps "'UOCflL IWPCNINQ (ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT) J. ALBA AUSTIN, CTTY EDITOR i i I ,l T CHAEXKS IC J S. 0 P. IS- Wi.-dnoday nlfjht. Jxiy ?X The Hwtt't strains of lnniiic by the Whs u;.lo Montgoniory Orchestra, clinrm fJ the firrav concourse of Pythian kinsmon, and the Invited gvost of PL Charles Ixtdge No. fl. K. of P. It won the mid-year annual banquet end the brilliant Illumination from Vua cloctrlct lights with the sparking run puncn beading as diamonds In w groat chalice, tho choice refrosh-mc-aU) nutce Oie banquet superb and uioRt delightful the woaUior waa Ideal and put Brnilco upon the officers and members of the greatest K. of P. Joel iti the Texas Jurisdiction. &Tr. i. II. Bradxhaw. the Chancellor Coin- rtip.n.lor in a prince of cntortjilnora, ho aim ins most efficient Hew of Ite- cords and RoaL Mr. O. !i. CluHwne welcomed tho guost as t' ojr arrived and nufcors Attending to the- seating...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 2 August 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1919. TAGS CU5ET. , ; ' ' OUR NEW HOME i s i i p i ' , i uv i i in xxx i ii i,m ii. 'i i i eh i r- ii ! Liri, t: ir r r in rrr m r.rra n ' in l 1 JL"UUi!K IU lUwN I If-M I I' iliU i-f"i r, it I. i:W E IKOOTil Lisal ea.: BVlsr Sf.HU. 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 Dept. A-12 NG AT 111,1 THE UNITED "-STATES By N. A. THE BUBIfllfG OF JUDGE J0HJT- CaRfleberry, Florida, Starch 4, 1919.1 (Headline and news item, reprinted, from the Chicago Plaindealer, March 22, 1919.) Hob Burns One ... A delegation of prominent, clti Eens called on the county officers early today. They Informed them that they composed a reception com mittee appointed to entertain Judge Johnson, a gentleman of color, iu their custody. The county officers claimed...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 2 August 1919

TKB DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1919. SOME TOWNS IN TEXAS I WE flOVEH THE 8TATC LIKE A BLANKET t ! TEJiriE. u Temple, Texas, July 81. Mr. Lula RatcliXf in L'nruo again alter speed ing a month in Galveston. The fol lowing persons are attending the St Johns Association at Austin this week: Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Lott, Rev. A. C. Buncess. Rev J. II. "Winn. Mrs. Kva Alexander, Mrs. Mary Hamilton, Alias pieman Evans, Miss Eura I'lev son and Mr. Alfred Kvans. Mrs. Mary O. Taylor is back after spending three months with her Prof. Kufus Sampson of Kalamazoo, Mich. Miss Bessie Westbrook, A. B., is visiting in Waco, and Gilmer this week. Mrs. Ida Dawson visited Wa co, Friday. Dr. 8. J. Thompson, our popular physician and surgeon end prominent citizen Is planning to be In Sherman at the Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows and is a candidate for District Grand Medical Director, a worthy man for the honors. i Rev. J. P. Barber, the popular pas tor of Eighth Baptist church 1s do ing gre...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 2 August 1919

THE DALLAS' E3iFRES jAiLATSitA SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1919 pics r:.ivr t' PLAY and m BASE BALL AND BY J. ELBA BEAUMONT TRIMS XEW ORLEANS IN FIRST GAME OF THE SERIES III XIIE SCORE OF 6 TO 0. By Wm. Ross. Beaumont, Texas, August 2, 1919. The Beaumont Black Oilers de feated the New Orleans Red Sox here July 19th by the score of 6 to 0. Ross, who pitched Monday's game In Hou ston against the Buffs and was de feated by a score of 1 to 0. Started for the locals and pitched one round after which he gave way for Lofton owing to a sore pitching arm which he received in Houston. Lofton who relieved Ross was In fine form. It was his first time out, he has been playing leftflold for the locals and had plently of speed. He held the hard hitting Red Box to C well scattered hits and once with bases drunk and none out, he struck out two batters and the third was retired on an easy roller. The fea tures of the game were the hitting of A. Williams, who in four three clean drives.one double and two sin ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 2 August 1919

CI 1HB DALLAS 'EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1919. . t cr.cnciK HALL teacups a 'L I N J.r. HO ART E Jf ICS TWESTI 11:13.3. siaki c ura rcras r.3X'C"J5 KEJ AND VCttES C AJiarrr. jvk are act be. fcTlSE THE DAY CF l.ITTLE TtfJNGS. . Doiv.Ihs and the Peg, Booker W&sh- . trijtoa and the Bonnet, Woo&row liln In the Country School In S'cxiut, IJnoela the Rail SputUr, the Manger and the Realm of the Hiss. By N. W. UARLLEE Miss Georgia Hall, after teaching a lundergartua school for twenty odd yearn la (bis city, has 'done the re snarkable thine of writing a serial etory with a fair eequenco with a moral effect and dlrcctivencss. Few women have the pluck and pub of Miss Hall to work In their profusion under all conditions aa she, forced ahoad with the nursery work for years In the training of the young and in set ti ns up a Ktandard of Jicr overanca Mm Hall did Dot falter In her purpose, though ai times ghe was dismayed. She. however; seemed ' to have gathered courage wi...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 9 August 1919

Most Distinctive Weekly In ' . America, Circulation this Issue . 1 7,220 i 7 " ' i V . : t ?'?'-"' . ' r.a I,..'.,' 't'y,,,.'j It ..;.' J If ': Iwafl!.: ! la :' tart a l f.-'u' '.- ! .1 r. f :-' i f s,": ? .- j- -'St 7f -n - i . . . . '.. ' y I. ,. iV The Republican forty la l'e V. I" ' tiri.' J Prrti i -tu)h$- j Founded by W. 8. Eta li.ou l'er Aoouni TIIK DALLAS EXTEESS, DAIXAS, TEXAS, SA1TRDAY, "AUG. 9, 1019. price fitk .:tsm YOL. 20, Ko. 43. to iyr?n Qf r r r rv ran rarn 3n nnfR U LjL. 7! JliLj 37 trrk nLT? n nn IT '1 r M nil in llr.' Win u r "in n r -i r n ri m T f7" 'r"S ." V: I r IBfitJi : inU L ' W 7lV7ll -II 'IZ.il ...lit iil t W I v . J J - Hill- U r , m ; I 1 I I L rOT. M UULZ3 UXJUU U U WUU I J UUil U UUUU Li kil y 3 usi'nl i-v f v ni a n r m : n - u WOT J J .&;sm?-u:-vto.Ldmuy ... I I n - I V J Chicago, Aug. 4. After the calmest night in the "black Tielt" for more than week, work was begun Monday of Se lecting a grand jury before' which will come the case of white me...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 9 August 1919

PACH Two THE DALLAS EXPKESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, 8ATCBPAY, AUO. ,1919. HJKT MOUTH NKW8 4 H. SWANSON, .'Keponir Office. 1301 E. nib Street Phone U 2539 I . X t X J i v I. i 1 4 4 7.-, :- ,-: : 4 NEWS BOX at Bragg Comet Print- ?- 4. iu o. 4. 905 Jonc Street . . 4 X The D.illa Express fur Salo.. Enclose check covering lo per word for reading notices, etc., when yo flOf your MK.S5AOK In the BOX ! Prade Mark: good rrr virp SCOTT-CAYE JflTTlALS. Fort Worth, Texas, Aug. 7. Last In thi3 month at one of the churches. Mrs. Henry, a popular resident of Dallas is visiting her sister-in-law, Monday evening at 8 0 clock, 9X6 i Mrs. J. V. Stevenson on Pniltt street Oiiander street, was the center of Mrs Hallle Milllgan, 803 E 9th attraction long before the hour anx-1 Street Is visiting her aunt In Klon lous souls had gathered on he beau-1 dike, Texas. . - tiful lawn as the bungalo pleaded Miss Gertrude Jones of Uouston, "not suJUy of being able 'o noiUjWho has been visiting Mrs. Ruby the crowd. When th...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 9 August 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, PALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUG. , 19W. 4 CRAM) TEMPLE AND TABEE5A. CLE HOLD JUXUKD BUEAJUAU SJthSlUJS AT AVACO BfctaAALNU JUL 991, 1K19. XOIAli DiSULU-'Mos' OEM Kill iUll IE AH i:to,4aji7. monumjsnt to bk LHMIlLU IN DALLAS TO THE ' LA I E C E. W. DAI1MP0KT KEGUXATIONS ADOPTED ALL PKOPLKTK OF ORDKK SUBJECT TO SALE. Silt J. 8. A I) ALU, C. G. M, 8. 8. KELP, C. G. 8. (Continued from last week) Dealth Claims i - $69,11.50 Burial Claims 21,900.00 Real Estate Expense 6,061.03 Salaries Officers 2,840.92 Int. on Real Estate Notes 3,645.00 Printing and Stationery 154.20 Postage 276.64 Leeal ExDense Kj,zei.60 Traveling Expense (Offlcers).307.41 Tel. Tel. and Express ..100.61 DeDUtv ExDense ..178.00 Special Examination Refunded Dues 651.69 -.4.20 ..68.30 Reserve Cash Items Paid by C. Grand Tr. 1.049.30 Checks held ud (Jarrett) ui.67.00 Checks turned down 188.55 $$108,744.86 $8,689.93 64,986.06 612.49 Balance Sept 1, 1910). Endowment Dues ..... Burial Tax, Grand Dues .1,331.22...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 9 August 1919

THn DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, lEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST S, 1919. 19 TiS I) ALL A TXTZlV.-i NATIONAL NfoflO PRESS ASSOCIATION. pwftiinhwl vry fur()f morning ib tue yar t Itcu bwtna Aenue V ()8 Dal.l.A F;lPRr1 rCMLIMHIWti tOHt'A.W. (IniMHpurntwd) ball . Ta. Hi York iii-e, float Froal ?1 N. ZMh Ffreot. Chlfu OUlvc, Krost Jt Froat, Boy c li'iilil.riK i dire, Froat ft Frost. Can- hnktin MIrt, Front Froat. In-Jpi-nilcnt l.lfe l'.ullihntf. W. fcriltor J. K. JOIIUAN. HMrff r.otr"ii a( f'iiBt Oltlre at Dalian, fern. ccinl-tln matter, under let of O.nnrrvn. March, IMI'OIITANT. N iubi'rlitlina mailed tor a leaa -ilod than three montna, raymenl ?..r naino HiiiHt bo 0 c-ni. lUfrt'HIITIONN IN ADVANCE!. C'r.e Tear. ix Muntha.... lbrea Muntha. Single Copy... ....$16 7 .... .60 OS AOTlt'R TO tiih pi'Miio. Any arrooaoua reflectlun upon tha character, atamllnt or reputation of any pwruon. II rm or corporation whlah mr app'-ar in tho olusnna of Tba lal!aa l-'xprena will bo gladly cor-rm-id upon lta bolna; ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 9 August 1919

V, THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1919. PACK nvn SOME TO WN S IN TEX AS WE COVER THE STATE LIKE A BLANKET ' ' PROFESSIONALS. 4i NEW METHOD ; WEATHERFORD. ' "I large crowd was in evidence at the Weatherford, Texas,; Aug. 7. Isaac' dinner' hour, and there, was plenty Jacobs was married Saturday night eat, atMrs!,CMaUnda Huffman has been Re.v' N. W. Lewis filled his appoint very sick. Mr. Frank Cassuberry ls'f6111 ,w eB Uon A la8t Sunday. here visiting his old friends. . Mrs. Addle Wyatt left for Calif or nla. Mrs. Eva May Hall Is very sick. Mrs. Marian Wooden is here visiting parents, Mr. and Mrs. Smith. . - MART. - v Mart, Texas, August 7. M. E. Church Notes, Rev. W. B. Lott was -' on bis third round of Quarterly meet ing which was held Aug. 2nd to 8rd at Spring Hill. Quite a number , Irom here attended. The meeting was a success both spiritually and , financially. The revival begins Aug. 8th at Spring . Hill. Come every Christian. Bring some sinner with you. ...

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. — 9 August 1919

I. v- 'V' THBDILIASI Yl'fiESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, 8ATUEPAT, AVO. 9, 1819." : I 'ci,!t: of I.ln'xilii, Manor, fS'-tl ivi ' cm Tuu.day evening YYY YtY vvv YYY' 4 XXX YYY . xxx Y Y Y YYY YYY YYY it. Urn rciiiauncfi cif K'v. and Mrs. Mo.-iet: y wish a lawn foto, by tie -1 . ..''j; .'jo'.ii Manor Community club and luiri. An Mij'yuljle time wuj bad f y all iti Ci'iiit. Jet cicai.i and other lis in;iit) were fit rvinl. J'rR. I'oote Iibv.-h for Cblnaso. The Great Uihes s: other Northern l'oliits. Mrs. Aibcl Martin of California furnished iii.s o for the occasion. So lot us itl join ia aiiiKins pralno for the ikioiiioinity club of JJnooin llauor of which Mrs. Lva liinca. Is pr;i if.'iit. Mra. Mary Jones, secretary; fUj.i. V, Joiner, treasurer. 1 Hi ,4t MS 5 0C00mV Eft I f" u i n i i U Mrs. il. C. Craft, 2213 TauiUc jivf-nue Rave a birthday parly. Aug. f. in honor of her hiiKb.tnd. Quito a ri-w were present Mr. Clarence Ar nold, recently ever sea; I'rof. Harry V. Miller, Michigan and wife of JMi...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 9 August 1919

THK DALLAS EXTSESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUG. , Mfc nn a nn yt ir I u Saturday, Aug. 9th Special Return Shocking . OF r . . .-. -. i V i. .... . .v - .if vr " a VA , fitmiftuMWi mm n ii n hi nnn tTWiiniiin'-if i nirrniiTrT-ifTrr--fii''iiTiirirrinin-fri""itrni ti ra "Deuce Duncan" "featuring Wm. Desmond, By request of our inony relrt 1 8' Matinee Saturday at 2.C0 p. m. "DEUCE DUKCAN ''.'... William Petfinond la Western Role for One Day, Beginning Satarday, Angnst 9th - , The MAMMOTH THEATRE Is fortunate In being able to present the versatile Triangle star. William Des mond, In "Deuce Duncan" on Saturday night. - . "Deuce Duncan" offers Mr. Desmond a role of unusual interest He portrays the character of a dare-devil cowpunchcr'who fears neither God, man nor devil. Tho little bar-maid of the "Half Acre of Hell" saloon wins' his' heart and he turns his guns to good purposes. A unique element in this picture is that in which the cowpunchers of the UK ranch grease their cattle in orde...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 9 August 1919

(ALL Vn.t. Xi Y. .Avc.ock, nx.kdal, D. 3. T. of Grand United Order of Odd !'''!' was in ptllua Sunday en - to Sherman, to a'Vnd Co An i i Kotuikm of t'-.i 1 trict -Grand U Kot Shrevepo' '.. Liu, motor- ! Dallas' In Riilciii. i ilo and was i ;;.Kt of Mr, and A. Morry, Swum avenue. Uo returned " f. - ' . " I .. A. Lewis, 2409 Thomjon Mmn-i., left Saturday night for New (.;: : and from there to JJnovo I'iui. .She will he the guest of Lit In t iwo sinters at tho alKive named ; . nil M. RalcliXf of lading, me of : ti prominent and H;;Uly fd i ! 'cd teachers of tiio wool accom .' d by br aoa Kwoll Ellis, after h;xh:s fcpont two Tory- pleaaant "TZZP hor ',',h,,r .,ym- .. i'i 'ht, 21)09 Thompson, loft for tftior - .wuiiuay wun uie uniiao uoie - r for tha annual eraaion of ii- lirand iJxltio of Odd VoJlowa. i here ho cpont ft few day r-i'-u )ior aintcr, Ma Cloo Clayton, 'ti I'olby atroot. . 1 J. Xi. Hardin, Uio aklllful young Ii...';iau of McKtnncy waa In "Uig Jx.M-!on" Monday on buatneaa an...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 9 August 1919

.THE PALLAS" EXPRES3,lAfcLA3,'TEXAP SATURDAY.TAUGUST :."191X V rac:,;.:.. SOME TOWNS IN' TEXAS WE COVER THE STATE LIKE A BLANKET CLABKSYILLE. . i h birthday with a party, many Clarksvllle. Texas, Aug. 7,-Ex- ww. reoeivea, ellent services all day at Zlon Trav eler Baptist church Sunday. Rev. Hill preached two-soul stirring ser- MEXIA. Mexia, Texas, Aug. 7. The follow- ; toons to large congregations. Com- ing named ladies: Mrs. Roxle Car- rminion was given. , 'roll, Mrs. Marie Caruth. Mrs. Isidore weeks In Hot Springs, Ark. Is visiting her mother, lira. Johnson. . Mrs. J. W. Neal scent the end. In Dallas. . Mrs. MInnia Craft from over sea. spent six weeks visiting her mother, Mrs.. J. E.' Harris and D. S.Ander Mrs. M. J. Johnson? Masart U B. "on spent Saturday and Sunday with ll . . . . rt M ... S.S..V.A fnll.a ' ' I inmwo ana m. irawiora nave re- """" turned . from a tileaaant visit at Miss Ella May Richardson. John Lullng. 3. Hugh and R. I B:.dley and Miss - Mies Emma Donald and Mr....

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 9 August 1919

THE DALLAS EXPSSSS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY,jVUGU3T 9, 1919. : E iVUXAS F0I3 1VH0 EOSE tee bottom axd igcm) lcgx at the top. ionna'l Jiutson lowery, II on. A. 8. Wt.tt, Dr. I. Y. Hooper, Br. 5'. C. Coopi-r, Mr. F. C. Eu'Ju rford, J'. . Jir(inD, I). Kowt-n, Bowen Ilrojiiors CranJ Master U. I. M inn Si-rvd Thirty-Years as Principal of Oue School, I. 0. Minn Sue oeds II-.T Father as Principal. Some Iiooni SHU at the Top, Boys. By N. W. llarlee. . Stonewall Jackson Lowery, the re tired merchant, was once a bell boy and a waiter at a hotel. Ia the course of time, be exchanged position and vocation. Instead of a bell boy, lie entored tho mercantile business, Instead of waiting at the hotel, he wait on customers in bis own store. Instead of passing delicate dishes of edibles, he handed the customers packages; Instead of ringing a bell lor a hotel, he rings a bell telling the price of staple and fancy goods, such was the progress of the boll boy who did his best In the things Etven to do th...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 9 August 1919

TAV -1: , KOTICBI The Northwestern Baptist District Association will meet with the New Jerusalem Baptist church. Greenville, Texas. The week embracing the 6th Sunday in August, 1919. The Lay men on Tuesday, M. D. Inst Wednesday, Women Home Mission So ciety Thursday and the Association will be called to order Thursday morning at 9:30. Take notice nd come prepared, to do business.' Dr. B. B. Stroag. who is the pastor will make It pleasant for us. Collect your Association due now, as it Is i . i. i i i -J ' t j less than (0 days until we meet Fraying ueas Diessings upon you. PROP. A. J. KIRKPATRICK. Secy. .B. J. BROWN, Mod. THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1919. T HON. W. F. BLEDSOE, Re-elected Grand Master, U. B. of F. of Texas. I'. B. F. AND S. M. T. GRAND TEXAS, JULY 2S 81, 1919, 8CTH ANNUAIi SESSION OFr'ItEKS ELECTED LEGISLATION PER. FEC'TED PROGRESS HADE OF FICERS FOR ENSUING YEAR. gy, , Rev. w. F. Bledsoe, Marshall, O. M. - n P. White. Palestine. D. O. M. Pr...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 9 August 1919

'THE PALLAS -BSPRES3,- DALLAS,TEXA3, SATURDAY,? AUCtfST 9,' 1919. - t HON. C. H. McGRUDEn, Grand SocreUry V. B. of T. of Texas. U. B. F, AND S.M. T. GSflKD' ' 1 LCD2E MEETS W V.CTCKS1 (Continued from page 11.) BflpUut Church about 0:10 an du- cational pograin wu rendored. The following persona making addrenaog, Prot C. H. MrGruder, Victoria, Chaa. A. Dudley, Wakom, Wm. Tears, Austin,' who Introduced1 IA.' Ncaly who JuHt returnwl from France, with the 82nd DlvlKlon. lie told r part the hlftor; of the great wur and encourfiKflt) our pooplo to ro forward. Grand Master W. P. lllodaoo made oiii timoly remarks ; after which a coIlocUon to the amount of $40.00 was taken for Uoutcnant Noaly. Thursriur 1 t Wlh the coming of the morning the Grand Lodge entered upon i (lar of committee worli hnd lotdnla- tlori. Prouilnen men,' like ' Newman Questions' attv tin the aoldior el emont, the property Tallies, the wo Uudlojr, MorrlHon, J. W. Jamlnon, I'rof. AuBttn, J. T. mil; Ptv T. T. McKInrtoy, Tom...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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