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

PAGE F1VK SOME TOWNS IN TEXAS JFtf COVER THE STATE LIKE A BLANKET CORSICANA. .settlers that such a co-operation of has gone to Galveston with her sis- I the races meant a closer and better tor who Is to undergo an operation. i understanding between the races and Mrs. Matilda Brown spent the day In Corslcana Texas Sept. 4. Miss V. I better conditions to be expected. I Wlldhurst The series of services at First Bap- Mrs. Arnena iteece case reiurnea tist church closed with success last from Forest after spending a few Snnrtnv t?pv w. P Prnrkptt had davs with relatives and friends. Mrs. excellent services at both morning Minerva Penson has returned from Pcrkln and her brother Mrs. C and evening meetings and preaching Sacul after spending several weeks Miller. a most excellent sermon Sunday with relatives and friends and bring-1 .Mrs. Kva Mae (Jimison) Williams ight. The A. M. E. Sunday school f lng her niotlier wun ner. M. Hogus and Sister Katy New are visiting their aunt and uncle Mr. a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 6 September 1919

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 6 September 1919

THE PALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS. TEXAS SATfRDAT. SEPT. 6 1019. PAGE SEVEN mm 9 I 1 I I mm Monday it i ' i "V t . HI " f ' ' Mi iiii yli III 118 M m 111 ik In :yf I Inn ill III (Pi inn ftn nivw n ilftfi IP kip v? SmPi urn mi tell ill Pill iiii ROV STEWA12.T TIITA' MaUDE WaYNE 7JV Scene from Triangle Play "By Peoxv- WtfJiam iJcsmoni M Sui( Bruah Hamlet." SAT. SEPT. 6TH Pre-Engageruent of Roy Stewart Featured in A Big Western "By Proxy" A Wonderful Western PRODUCTION Matinee Sat. 2 p. m Sunday September 7th SPECIAL ATTRACTION! Featuring WM. DESMOND In 'A SAGE BRUSH HAMLET' The greatest western picture ever made. Talk about a wild and Wooly pic- ture when you see this picture you will say it was the best you ever saw. Plenty ot action fiatitingivith tist guns rustling cattle and a bang up story all made in one. Sunday only. Open I: p. m. Wednesday September 1 Oth 2nd Episode of "Our Girl Reporters" Ceries cor.ti wad each Wednesday i!s3 "Ths Law of The West" and a Rip Roaring Canedy. MATINEE 2...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 6 September 1919

PAGE EIGHT V (ALL Mrs. Gladys D. Washington teacher i k. n..v.llA o.Hruil a nf Houston. Texas is visiting Mrs. C. J. AusUn u v. -- S711 State street ix oiaie sirecu Mr. J. B. Ransom of Fort Woorth was here Tuesday. " ' - T J.. Rev. U. K. sienson oi liis"j. ; en route to Cincinnati. Ohio called . at our office Tuesday.l Mrs. Mary James of Shreveport Is visiting her daughter Mrs. James Al len 1500 Patterson ti7 mw WW vr - -- - Snrtn. Texas spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. W. C Turner at 830 N. Betterton Circle- Mrs. R. 1 Gulnn and son R. 1 Jr. of Denlson Texas and Mrs. B. Stephens and Mrs. 8. B. Turner and daughter Miss Alphretta of Fort Worth were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Turner Sunday Aug. 31. Mr. John H. Hudson son of Mrs. M. E. Hudson arrived from over seas August Mrs. H. E. Green of Houston Tex- ts is visiting Mrs. M. E. Hudson 1010 . Boll street Mrs. Eula Moore or Oklahoma City daughter of Mr. J. S. Burns! 2915 SUite street is visiting in the : city. Mme. Mae Caesar ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 6 September 1919

14 it X 3 '' Bishop College Marshall Texas Session of 1919-20 Itlnhop College will open on Tuesday September 23 1019 and will contiuae for a session of thlrty-four weeks ending- May 19 1920. The Course of study Is tip to date and In line with the best modern practice in the educational field. ' Bishop College is not operated as U money-malting Institution. The fees paid In by the students go to provide for the living ex- penses of the students. The instruction is practically free. This is made possible by the large contributions from the American Baptist Home Mission Society chiefly and the Slater Board which cover almost completely the teachers' salary pay roll as well aa the re- pairs upkeep and furnishing of the institution. At the suggestion of the Home Mission Society all its schools are requested to charge each student a fee of $3.00 to be placed in a permanent endowment fund for the school. This new fee will be collected 1.50 at the beginning of each semester and is not subje...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 6 September 1919

THE DALLAS ESrKESS PALLAS TEXAS SATTBDAT SEPT. 1919. SOME TOWNS IN TEXAS WE t'OTEK TIIE STATE LIKE A BIAXKET ri.NEI.AND. rinoland Texas Sept. 4. Dr. S. S. Vanhington of Waco. Texas has conducted finite a great revival at the C. M. K. elnirch during the past week. His sermon have leen strong al. He ban aluo made a financial drive for the pastor Rev. I. Ii. Kuflin who has been In had health all tlii 5 ear. Collection $122. Men. Harris wan called to Lufkin nn nrcnunt of the death of her mother. Kev. I V. Bolteri of Nacogdoches and ex-paHlor of Evergreen church was In town Friday and met many friends. j Mr. W. T. Kennebrew retunied Flidav after 18 days' vinlt in Indlan- ola Centei-Bville and VIckHburu Minn. to. nee his mother and slaters. He also spent some time In Baton HoiiKe La. and reports a great trip. Uev. Mark Harris was also with his church Sunday and pulled off a (treat rallv collection $24. Kev. and Mrs. 1. B. Kuffln were stormed Thursday night with a handsome sup- ply of the ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 6 September 1919

TAKE ELETU SOME TOWNS IN TEXAS WE COTEB THE STATE LIKE A BLANKET. v THE DALLAS EXTRESS DALLAS TEXAS 8ATIBDAY SEPT. B 191g. m ATHENS. Athens Texas Sept 4. Miss Roet- ta Stovall has returned- from Corsl- cana Mrs. Boggers Is visiting her Inter. Mrs. Waldon. Miss Ola Mae Richardson died last Tuesday after an iiinpRs of only a few days her death was a shock to the entire com- munity. Resolutions were red by the following person in behalf of the American .Woodman by Ella - Loake; Sophomore Class Alonzo Sim- mons: Junior choir Anna.L. Leake; Sunday school by Will McDonald Rev. L. J. Sanders officiated. A large procession followed the remains of Ola Mae to Its last resting place. Asleep in Jesus blessed ever wakes to weep a clam 'and undisturbed re- pose unbroken by the last of foes. Miss Johnnie Burns and Maggie Smith of Forth Worth attended the ' - funeral of their ousln also Miss Moore of Corslcana. . Miss Lela Lewis Mrs. W. T. Rich- - ardson and Miss Morgana Stclls visit- ed Kernes. Mi...

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

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY SEPT. C 1919. JO -II: TOWNS IN HiXAS tVEK lilt STATE I IKK A !M ANhhT V W.I M i.K. be up aftetr several days indisposed unh a swollen fooL Mr. Bishop Dull Is able to bo up j Pner; I fur llousttoii. I Mr. Charlie Jordan "s returned . from Colorado. ' M AI.! r OK!.i. Nit. 4- me UrB fot(a walker left Saturday !" ' ' ' "i ;-"':- liavef0r Henrietta. b-. . lit s..-f.-..n at the l..:st .star Hap- Mr Willie Stones has returned n. t. 'J '.if V e:-t UelU.-l liunlmt Church j a viu from tue caBt b.s !..s.d i.s n-vivul. i j jr at s. DeJournotto in able to liil' J J'lllllil II JlillHlSil louioMliution service Sunday night. H wus qi'ito silnt'-isful. Mrs. Klir-n VhKalur la tiow In Ti:i:-i. visit in tr her daughter. Mr. la- tin irvin of Kansas City was In the citv Malting relative. Dr. Home l.:t Butimlay nifcht for Kansas City to brim: tho remains of lorenza Kicli.udson bore for burial. Mrs Carland of Ujoootuh Okla. is now tlio tiUi.it of Mr. antt Mrs. Sylve...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 13 September 1919

n MOST D1STENCTIYE WEEKLY DT AMERICA. "A C05SEBYAT1YE YET FEAB- LESS CHAMPION OF JUSTICE." Founded by W. E. King. YOL. 20 NO. 48. THE WORD WHITE SCHOOL TEACHER ARRESTED FOR FORGERY AMOUNTING Miss Norene Littler graduate of the Teachers' College of Columbia . Unlversoty is being detained in the matron's room of the county jail pending action by the city detectives department in the Investigation of the forgery of checks totaling approxi- mately $11000. While Miss Littler admits having signed another person's name to checks no charge has been filed against her. "I thought I could got the money to take care of the checks before she could find out about them" she said "Now I cannot realize that I am in such a position that I could have such a step. And like all my other troubles they have come because 1 loved some one too much it was be- cause I wanted to be with her and I thought I soon would be making the money to be able to take care of the checks." . . . Telling of working her way t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 13 September 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1919. PAGE TWO v;-i 1 i I v I. 1 - i 1 '7 t ! V i t Ft Worth Texas Sept 11. Mrs. I A. Dorn 609 E. Terrell avenue and Mr. Lewis E. Williams; 1222 E. Pecos street were quietly married at the home of the bride at 7:30 p. m. June 19th Dr. G. R. Townsend offi- ciating. The bride left Immediately for Grand Rapid and Traverse Mich. and Chicago returning Aug. win ana Teported quite a pleasant trip The bride and groom loft for Waco! 1!V)rta nieht. September 12th to visit her brother Prof. Jas. W. Bart- lett and wife. Mrs. L. A. Dorn-Lewis Is a very prominent member of St Andrews Chapel M. E. church and a member of St Andrews choir and Mr. Lewis Is also a member of Mt Gilead church and choir. They are both loved and respected by all Fort Worth. Miss Gladys Wilson the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Wilson left Sunday to attend Prairie View State Normal. Mrs. R. H. Wilson accom- nanvlnr her a Dart of the way. Mrs. I B. Jones has returned fro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 13 September 1919

II THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1919. FACE TIKE J! t f Sunday Sept. 14 C0! Salmlay SeptemSsr 20ID The Great Gamble Running with Elmo The Mighty Continued Every Saturday. MOVING PICTURES "Tiger's Trail" Continued Every Sunday . 14 Perilsof Thunder Mountain" Continued Every Sunday "The Carter Case" Continued Every Sunday Sehoo heati COMING SCCN! THE THIRTEENTH CHAM" 3211 COCHRAN STREET Watch for day and date. High HP ' Tt ?? Tf vv vv fv vv- vv vv vv VV vv Vt vv vv V5 vt V? vv vv vt tt tf ft ft ft tf vv ft ft ft vv t$ ft ft vv ft ft vv vv ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft vv ft ft vv ft ft ft ft Thursday Night SEPT. I8TH "Red Glove" Continu ed every Thursday V3 Iflli THAW NY mm tim Saturday September 13th Elmo The Mighty Continued every Saturday THE HOUSE A PUNCH DALLAS LOCAL Miss Naoma Lewis Dean. 2411 Clark street left Tuesday for Prairie View to enter school. Miss Lillian Mitchell of 2904 Thomas has been ill at her home for three weeks. Mrs. Fannie Hunter of Navaso...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 13 September 1919

AGE FOUR THE PALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1919. 4 THE DALLAS 1XPRESS i MEMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS - AesociAnoN. Publlahed vary Saturday morning a tha year at 1600 SwIii Avenua by C8B DALLAS EIPHK" FTTBLIBHIHO COM FA NT (Incorporated) Uallna Texaa. Krw Yark (nik Kroat Fro at ft N. 26th Ktreet CblruK Office. Frost Froat Boy- Building. Atlaninl office Froat Froat. Can- iftlrr Building. JTaakTlllr om-v Front Froat In- F(xnilnt (-If ttulldlng. i. H. juttUAfl. Maaaaer. Bnterrd at Pout Otllne at Oallaa. Txaa as aBcond-olawa matter under Aov of Conicreaa. March. J87. lUrOHTANT. Ho aubacrlptlona mailed tor a leaa period than three inuntha. Payment for iimt muat be SO centa. SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ABVaSCK. tfn Tear .' HJJ l'x Month J Three Month JJ r"nle Copy TOUCH TO THE FUBI.KJ. Aar erroneous reflection upon the character standing1 or reputation of any peraon firm or corporation whlen nar appear In the columna of Tha Lmlle Bxpreaa will be aladly cor- rected upon ita belnff b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 13 September 1919

II THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1919. PAGE FIVE t CLEBURNE. riohnmo Tcvna snf 11 Pro. Biding Elder Johnson held his quar-1 terly conference at the C. M. E. church with success. Rev. S. L. I Gates of Caldwell ex-Pastor 'Shiloh Baptist church preached last week at Shiloh Baptist church. Mrs. E J. Mosely Is visiting her relatives 1 .. .. . . .. r. HT HI tin!! rfl TV. n rH. I.IHTIIIIIIK JUCH ' son and children who have been! visiting relatives at Troupe have re- turned homo. Mlssc3 Linnle and Ida Mosely and Mss Lora Belle Barnes of Jacksboro were gueHts of the Misses Alexander. Miss Hallle and Thellva Atkinson of Brenham were here visiting their uncle Mr. C. W. Brooks and friend Miss Hortense Burnett Prof. and Mrs. J. A. Dykes and the Misses Alexanders have returned from Wa- tongo Okla. Mrs. Annie Tyler and children MIbs Clara Grimn and chil dren have returned from Ios Angeles i Cal. Mrs. Helen Hall and daughter; of Fort Worth were the guests of . her mother las...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 13 September 1919

.viV.V Wit PAGK SIX THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1919. i A. JOHN HARRIS MANAGER :1 n -r i 1 Ytt ft? vvf lit III It I tit 4 44 44 4 III ??f ?ff ??? ft? ?ff ft? t ft ft? ttt ttt. ?tt ?;:b: Y 4U4 t$t tt tit ff Hf ?!? Tit Hf f$t ?f? ft 4?t 'ft 4ft !?? $f t A?? P. ' Sunday Sept. 14th THE "Carter Case" Best production now showing on tne Bcreen. Herbert Raw- llnBon and Margaret Marsh are co-starring In this great Craig Kennedy serial. The greatest Dectective story ever filmed. Other popular favorites In "THE CARTER CASE" are Walker Jameson Gene Baker Donald Hall and Ethel Gray. Continued every Sunday running with "THE GREAT GAMBLE." Great Gamble Featuring Anne Luther Warren Cook Edith Thornton Char- les Hutchinson Richard Nell and Billy Moran. Great stunt se- rial of death defying stunts runs with "THE CARTER CASE" continued every Sunday. JOHN HARRIS EVERY THURSDAY ' "PERILS OP THUNDER MOUNTAIN" Starring Antonio Moreno and Carol Holloway. nig New Thriller con- tinu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 13 September 1919

PAGE SEVEN u W W 1 m. m XUVit Mm . Saturday Sept. 13th Special Attraction Thursday September 18th Specia I Attraction MM Featuring 9tf mm mi THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS URDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1919. TWSfcSff-: Wjj:- . - - - - ill f f CD) CI ill! U N p' Ul U U U Lzzz hm mu m w m mw m u w m u m m yp yy . . 1 5 fa m fg m Mi m Vy'A! H. M iT. m mi I AV.v .vie- vi-vv... iv x T v f Sp! In a Five Reel Western Production The Wilderness Trail" Matinee Saturday 2 P. M. THRILLIN'G MOMENTS. (In a photoplay which thrills throughout these points still are marked by an emotional power which lifts them above all the others. When Tom Mix and Sid Jordan engage In a fight to the death In the deep snow of the wilderness each armed with a knife. This battle which required half an hour to film is one of the most realistic and hair-raising ever seen in a motion picture. When Tom Mix finds his sweet heart at the mercy of two drunken ruf- fians in a cabin in the desolate snow waste and attacks the men killing...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 13 September 1919

PAGE EIGHT THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1919. a74M MM ttt- ( ( V (ALL The banquet given in honor of Frank Johnson who recently return- Ad from Prance won greatly enjoyed by his many friends Tueeday night at the home of his mother Mrs. Julia Artkus's on Lemon avenue. Mrs. Queen Esther Drake makes an appeal to the women of Morning Star Charity club to come together in love and work for the Master's cause. Mr. Raymond Thompson 3108 State street who waa striken with paralysis about two weeks ago is muck Improved and his many friends hope for him a complete and speedy recovery. Vacation time has oome and gone. Next Mondav. so to school. Many a heart is aching if you could read them all. Don't be a "gink" get wise read read and re-read. Reading is know ledge and knowledge is power. Se- cure a copy of The Dallas Express from your nearest news dealer. What about a Colored dry goods store in Dallas? Why not buy the tore and brains to operate It Mrs. Dora Cain of Bren...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 13 September 1919

It THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1919. page rare A- 1 SOVIE TOWNS IN TEXAS WE COVER THE STATE LIKE A BLANKET GAINESVILLE . Gainesville Texas Sept. 11. This city Is among the live towns of Tex- as last week was full of pleasures nd amusements. The Cooke County Colored Fair held at Moffet park was a glowing success. A glorious time was reported at the C. M. E. church yesterday. Itev. Robinson filled with the Holy Ghost preached to the re- turned soldiers and took down the service flag. The general health of the people is good no sickness of any serious- ness reported. MEXIA. Mexia Texas Sept. 11. Tuesday 'night at the city ball was given a grand banquet in the honor of the soldier boys of this city. It was the greatest social fete that has been pulled off here. Music was furnish- ed by the Corslcana Jazz Co. The affair was given and managed by Misses Willie Pearl Foreman and Elnor Glasco. Mesdames Nora Kelly and Annie Barnes were the guests of Mrs. Mat- tie Str...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 13 September 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1919. PAGE XE3T a at a a m M f" I I laBP I 4" 1 NA I IUNAL nLbrUlNblDlLI I T rUH TUT FnilRATIDN DF THE NEGRO. Ill la aBtaa' Wl a " " " " " Reprinted from the Educational Re- view Vol. 68 No. 1 June 1919. The Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution made the Negro a citi zen of the United States. By flat of law the status of the chattel was suddenly transformed Into that of the citizen. 'The National Govern ment is wholly responsible for the creation of Negro . citizenship a re- . sponsiblllty which Involves the obli- gaton to prepare him for his new function in the government Car- ried away by the beat and hysteria of war the statesmanship of that period did not consider all of the conseauencei growing out of this momentous act It was deemed suffi- cient to Invest the newly emancipated slave with a garb of citizenship with out preparing him to wear the unac- customed garb becomingly. His edu- cation was left to the afflicted stat...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 13 September 1919

P1GB ELSTE5 SOME TOWNS IN TEXAS WE COTEE THE STATE LIKE A BLANKET. THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1919. mm i FORNEY. Forney Texaa Sept. 11. Sunday School was well attended at all churches. Rev. L. W. McKey filled his pulpit Sunday morning and left Sunday night for New York New Jersey to attend the National Con- vention. The revival which was con- ducted by Rev. L. J.-Brown of Dallas was a success total added to the churches 37 total amount of money raised $125.00. The meeting was en- joyed by all who attended. Miss Viola AVhellcr has returned from Ft. "Worth where she spent several weeks. Mrs. Ida Spraggins and daughter Miss Edith Spraggins and Mrs. Vir- gina Hlner and sister MIsb Bernice Love have returned "from Mineral Wells where they spent several weeks. Miss Fidelia D. Yard and Miss Ince Mae Hill were the guests of Mrs. C. A. Smith. Mr. Dave Gillis of Fort Worth spent the day with his wife and mother. Mr. Wheller of Terrell spent the day with Mrs. M. A. W...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 13 September 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1919. PAGE TWELTE HELMNO THB HEGBO BFRAL C'UUBOU. Dy Wm. Anthony Aery. Wile the Washington race rlota here recently being reported on the iront page of American newspapers and were-cawing the nation to be- wail the fact of racial misundoratand- lng and lll-wlll a significant Negro rural preachers institute lasting lour days was being quietly held at Bet-J ' tis Acadomy which is situated on a sand-covered hill some 6 miles from Trenton S. C and about equidistant' froir the cities of Aiken and Augusta. Dr. James Hardy Dillard of Char- lottesville Va. formerly dean' of Tu- lane University and now president of the Jcanea and Slater Boards with the assistance of a group ot white and . Colored co-workers conducted a most helpful institute for the bene- fit of Negro rural preachers who are unquestionably the most Influen- tial of all community leaders through- out the South. Tea-m-Work Brings Result. In spite of the torrential rains whi...

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