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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 8 February 1919

r. '' 'A- 5? ft . Founded by W. E. King. "The Republican i'arly Is The 8hip Alt Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. 11.60 Per Annum TOL. 20 KO 17. DALLAS TEXAS SATIKOAY FEBRUARY 8 1919. PRICE FIVE CENTS. " ' ZZZZZZZUZZ ; -i 1 . 1 1 1 1 nn era c3nrnr2C"3 6-i i-J If JV y i M mm ft THREATENED UNKNOWN AND UNIDENTIFIED NEGRO ORDERS NO VIOLENCE TO THE WOMAN. 1 MEAN DON'T HIT HER" GREAT EXCITEMENT CREATED WHEN GUN FIRES. Birmingham Ala. Feb. 6. Per- haps the greatest excitement in the downtonw district of Birmingham was on the Owenton-Ensley car Tues- day night between the hour of 7:15 and 7:30. The trouble and excite- ment arose over a 6-cent fare. The car was overcrowded and perhaps this is one of the reasons that the trouble did not bring about more serious consequences. It occurred be- tween Fifth and Sixth avenues. The Owenton-Ensley tar operates under one of the special provisions of the Birmingham district where the white and colored passengers are separated by a little board stuck In t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 8 February 1919

ack rwo THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 8 1919. OLD REGULAR ! i i GOES FROM TOWS TO TOWX AM) RECEIVES OVATION AFTER OVATION' CLARKSVILLE JEF- FERSON TEX AUK AN A A.M HOI'E STEP IX THE SPOT LIGHT ON TO NASHVILLE LOLLS- V1LLE SOME STOPS COVILNU BACK DON"! LAUGH. Staff Correspondence. i Soiucwhore in Arkansas Feb 2 1919. tUukiivilie Texas. It was even 15 minutes after 11:00 o'clock am.. Tueuday January 28th when I unloaded from a Tranr.-con-tinental train (lound went) at the capltol of Red River County. Rev. r. O. W. Hill Lieutenant Coleman Pierce Mr. Jennings Armstrong and others formed a committee on recep tion which carried inc" to the resi- douce of Madams Pierce where I was to remain while in the town. From here in company with Kev. Hill I visited the Cbeathum schools of which Prof. U M. Becton is prin- cipal. Dr. U. M. Munchus put His '19 Model Roadster at my disposal and tho way 1 burnt the gas was a caution. Ills oillce Is busy Bpot and his new sanitarium will...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 8 February 1919

i . t I- THE DALLAS CTPRESS. DALLAS. TEXAS. SATURDAY FEBRUARY 8 1919 PAGE THREE OUR NEW HOME -dftfRwnra ISO ifp MABLIJf. 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 Poro Corner Write Today for Further Information TQRHXDLLEEI St. Louis Mo. Dept. A-12 TEXAS TOWNS ITASO. of Dallas la visitisg her parents Mr. and Mrs. H. (J. Johnson. Airs. Mar- tin on the east side committed sui- cide. She left eight children and husband. Itasca Texas Feb. 6. Rev. G. V. Burton was at his best Sunday morn- ing. Sunday school was well attend- ed. Class B 1st division still carries the banner. The B. Y. P. U. under the leadership of Bio. Geo. Norris Is progressing nicely. The Bethle- hem choir under the leadership of Mrs. A. E. Carter and the reporter are making wonderful progress. The pastor Ilev. G. W. Burton and choir have been invited to be with Kev. W. A. Be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 8 February 1919

YV"''- i v';.: ; 1 H PAGE FOUR THE DALLAS EXTBESS MfcMBER "TONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. . Published every Saturday morning ta the year at 1600 ttwis Avenue by TUH DALLAS KXPIIR". PUULISHINU COMPANY. (Incorporated) Dallas. Texas. Rrw Tark Older. Frost A Frost tl N. Itb Street. CMraus OlUee Frost & Frost Boy- es Hullrttng-. Atlanta office. Front & Frost Can- dler Building. ftaabtllle uflirr' Frost & Frost In- dopndent Life llulldlnK. W. K. Jil.Vi Editor II. JORDAN Msasarr. Entered at 'ot Olllce at Dallas. Ttxnit as tcond-trlan matter under Act of Uunwrrss Mulch. lkfU. IMPOHTAXT. No subscriptions mnlli'd for a less or ltd thuu three months. Payment for same must be CO cents. MJUM'IIIPTIOXH I.V ADVANCK. One Year ftlx Months Three Months... inKle Copy .11.60 . .76 . .60 . .05 KOTICU TO TIIH PUIILtC. Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of ay person firm or corporation whlvh may appt-ar In the columns of The Dallas lOxpress will be gladly cor- r...

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

1- " 3 THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 8 1919. PAGE FIVE artl!?'. 0. P. POLLARD Ml tin FARMER PASSES AM Mr. D. P. Pollard was born In the state of Louisiana about the year 1855 on the 8th day of March. Came to Texas in boyhood where ho spent his entire life. Was married Ausj. 5th 3886 to which wedlock there were born six Rirls and one boy of whom five girls and the boy sur- vive. Hi was a successful business man and made comfortable provis- ion for his lamily. Was especially interested in tho educational welfare of his children Eivins to tae'i ad- vantage which were happily improv- ed. Ho joined the Mt. Ziim Uap- tist church about twenty-nine years ago and maintained his faith in thatjty regardless of race. He owned doctrine until his death. The first j 1400 acres of farming land besides marriage was broken by death about other real estate. Ho also owned eighteen years ago and for livj year j plenty of tho finest live stock of he filled the place of both father and...

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

PAGE SIX THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 8 1919. (V it' fcv. I.. i TEXAS MINERAL WELLS. Mineral Wells Texas Feb. 6. Ar rivals: Rev. P. 1L Curry Utile Rock Ark.: Rev. J. Burleigh Hunter Shreveport La.; Rev. W. S. John son D. D. P. E. of 101 Paso District .Mrs. K. Tallcy Hillsboro. Tho many friends of Mr. Henry Lacy are glad he liaB returned to us. Rev. Men organ was hero this week. Miss Kmrrlce Thomas of Cleburne is here Mixs Lizzie Stephenson of Terrell 1 Jure visiting her sister Mrs. Salll Jones. Rev. C. 0 of Weatherford xi)cut a few days with his family. Mrs. Lucy Haywood left for Dallas to visit her mother and son The Mothers' club met with Mrs Joule Mc.Millon Friday evening afto tha usual business was over. W listened to some very timely re- marks from Rev. Hunter Curry an Johnson visiting ministers which was enjoyed by all. A two-course lun cheon was served by the hostess Adjourned to meet with Mrs. Perry II lack Friday evening Feb. 7th. The rally at Little Il...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 8 February 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 8 1919. TEXAS TOWNS RISK. Rusk Texas Feb. 6. Miss Lydia McKellar la improving after a severe illness. Mr. Caesar Bradford has received the sad news of the death of his Ron Private Henry Bradford who died in France January 12th. Miss Buttle Konncdy who teaches in the county bcIiooI has Iteen quite ill for tuo past several days but is now able to be out again. Her mother Mrs. Lueinda Kennedy was called to her bedside. Mrs. Millie Sartain who has been seriously ill at Port Arthur is re- ported to be better. Mrs. Martha Davis was called to the bed Bide of her sick mother Mrs. Kate Owens. At this writing Mrs. Owens ts much better. After a month's illness Mrs. Annie Hanks seems to be recovering. Mrs. Dovie Timnions and children have returned to their home in Man- ning after a few riays's visit with relatives. Master Eddie Jackson the son of Mr. and Mrs. Matthias Jackson die I with influenza after a short illness. He was a favorite among hi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 8 February 1919

it ' .X ft .u i ? I i ! f 1. 1 5 IAGE EIGHT THE ENDOWMENT DEPARTMENT OF THE UNITED ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS THE WORK OF THE LATE HOX. II.. C; ..BELL BE- YIEWEH. By N. W Harllee. We once visited Nlagra Falls. It was mid-night when we reached the Utile Hamlet on the America side. We could not see the gigantic leaps of the waters; but we could hear the thunder like roar of their fall ot the rushing waters making a howling" and hideous noise coming down on the heads of the mad and ago worn rocks defying and ob- structing the passage through the tony gates that had reared their heads for conturics past. The night seemed long and l lie roar of the waters seemed louder as the night grew a pace. But the darkest night Is followed by a day; the keenest despair is followed by hope. So day came to us who were waiting and watohing for it. f The next morning we arose with the un and with the lark and hurried down to the scenes of the mighty raws. Here we saw one solid sheet of water as if made of pol...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 8 February 1919

' ' PART TWO PAGES 9 TO 12 TOL. 26 SO 17. DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 8 1919. PRICE IT YE CENTS i ff5 fa h I P 1 I ! '- N M 8 8 I? i CELEBRATE DAY OF LINCOLN'S BIRTH Great Emancipator Said "Get Ready and the Chance Will Come." Today U. S. Treasury Offers Chance of Emancipation From 'Debt Through Government Securities. f i ; v r ' - hi V;vOfiw W W ' '"'i ' M1 1 11 l n i 1 ii "I'll ' i ii inn Ml II Mm ii I I J THE LINCOLN MEMORIAL FROM THE BRONZE STATUETTE GROUP BY THOMAS BALL. "And upon this act I invoke the considerate judflment of mankind and he grafclous favor of Almighty God.". . . . . i . . . Abraham Lincoln whose clear under- standing of. right and wrong whose greaf qualities of heart and mind and character finally succeeded In liheiat- lug an entire race was horn-Just 110 years ago February 12 TS09 In a cough log cabin in the i)ndevehied farmland of Kentucky.' ' m The commemoration of his birthday will this year as In every other- e marked especially by the recollection of ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 8 February 1919

Vit it.-?'- THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS SATFRPAT. PEBBTJABT S Hit v it t jr. 1 N- FOET WORTH SETTS J. a SW ANSON Reporter Office 1301 E. 9th Street NEWS BOX at Brass Comet Print I ing Co. 90S Jone Street The Dallas Expreaa for Sale. 9 Enclose check covering lo per word X X (or reading notices eic when you I t DROP your MESSAGE In the BOX Trade Mark: Ft. Worth Texas Feb. 6. Mra. E. U Smith and Mr. B. J. Jones 1204 Galveston aveuuo were called to Dallas to the bedside of their niece Miss Bernice Jones who died Jan. it. Mr. Nelson Lee the well known pulliiiun porter died Monday morn- ing Feb. 3rd. He was a member of tbe American Woodmen Camp No. 138 who paid his beneficiary $500.00 Monday evening the same day be died. . Mr. Cal Smith 1107 W. Belknapp died Feb. 3rd Influenza. Mrs. (Watley) Davis has been in- doors for several weeks Influenza. Mra. Irene Hill 1124 S. Calhoun was taken seriously lit last Sunday. Sylvester son of Mr. Oscar Davis austained a very painful the ankle a GOOD SERV...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 8 February 1919

resolutio;! for home creditsei;grossed GRADUATED LAND TAX AMEND- m: MENT AL80 ORDERED EN- GROSSED BY HOUSE. - 8enate Austin. Texas. There" were forty- four bill on the calendar Tuesday but Tery few of them were Teached. as the greater portion of the morning was spent in reading and amending the free textbook bill section by sec- tion and it remained unfinished at adjounment. Among the measures acted upon was the bill providing for the ap- pointment of a Joint committee of five to investigate the subject of taxation. This was called up by Its author and was finally passed by unanimous vote. Senate insurance committee killed house bill requiring payment of in- ' surance losses within sixty days or suffer penalty of 12 per cent and attorney's fees if suit is brought. " The bill applied to all classes of In- surance A senate bill has been introduced which will permit cities of 26000 pop- ulation or over' to Impose a tax of not more than $2 on each automobile permanently using its street...

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

k S- J' - - - - ... - . . ..-.W-V u.-.M-yB. . -Aft. ... .... w.-nfcM ... .aw '.W V-- -. ..-M " -fr--"---- .wiW r ""- .Mfliw-!-- 'Minimi t PACK TWELVE THE PALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS 8ATCRDAT FEBRUARY 8 1019. CHY LOCAL X ? u u i i i mi mi a r i u a mi i 1 m n m ii r i 1 ra j mm Mf lU.IUU THE HIGH SCHOOL THEATRE 3211 COCHRAN STREET Sunday Feb. 9 I "Lure of the Circus' and the "Lightning Raider" Two of the best pictures f ) in the Movie World PEARL WHITE ' in the 'Lightning Raider Monday Feb. 10 'THE SOAP GIRL." In S reels. Friday Feb. 14 "GIRL IN HIS HOUSE." Tuesday Feb. 11 "WOLVES OF KULTURE." and Bis V Comedy. . Saturday Feb. 1(1 "THE IRON TEST" and "THE HAND OF VENGEANCE." ! Come Early To Avoid the Rush 1 HERBERT BATTS - - PROP CARD OF THANKS. Wo wish to thank our many friends for their aid and comfort during the illnes And death of our daughter and alMter Bornice U Jones who was taken away January 28 1919 at 3215 Thomas Avenue. "Wo foel very grcutful for your touch of sympathy and condo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 15 February 1919

.JX. V ''' - ft . Founded by w. R Kims. " 2Vie Republican Party Is The Ship All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. $uo Per Aiuium ; VOL. 28 K0.1 PALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARI 15 W19. " .-. ; . PEICE FITE CEKTS. ; 1 n II DONE I MOST IiaC- IIVE IN THE HISTORY OF ORBAHIZATIOn SIXTY-SEVEN PUBLICATIONS REPRESENTED. C J PERRY ELECTED PRESIDENT NASHVILLE A SCENE OF SOCIAL ACTIVITY DURING THE SESSION. Nashville Tcnn. Feb. 8th. (Re-1 ciprocal News Service). After de-j liberating three days the National i Negro Press Association adjourned ! here last night. Representatives of the press were In attendance from various states in the Union and the work done at the Association for the highest development of Negro Jour- nalism has been regarded as perhaps the most constructive in the history of the organization. The Knights of the Quill as they have been styled deliberated upon matters of vital im portance to the newspaper fraternity' covering every line of publication. The first session held Wednes...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 15 February 1919

page rwo THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 15 1919. TEXAS LADO.MA. Ladonia Texas Feb. 13. Mr. and1 Mrs. Arch Terrell received a tele- gram stating the death of tnolr dau- Khtcr Mrs. Lizzie- McKlnney who was burled at Muskogee Okla where she was at the time of her death. All churches were well attended Sunday. Mr. Tommle. Bells received $3iK'.00 policv from the Courts of Ca- lanthe on the 9th. The Express is always at the BiiHy Bee cafe. Miss L. M. Bagby has returned to school at the F. I. 8. college after spending a few days with her mother Mr. George Carr. Mrs. Mattie Joneo was called out of the city to at- tend the burial of her cousin. Miss Millie Dickson was married to Mr. Brown of Gainesville. ATIIBNH. Athena Texas Feb. 13. Services were well attended Sunday Rev. S. S. Steven of Ml. Providence was with his people Sunday. Mrs. Sarah Haze has returned home after two weeks' visit In Texarkana Ark. with her brothers. Dr. Humphrey of Corsl- cana was called here to th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 15 February 1919

PAGE THREE the monthly contact with employers on 225705 calls for women and 99- FREE! FREE!! FREE i ! f OUR NEW HOME 663 women workers lie many oppor- tunities to further the safeguards to wages hours working conditions and industrial relations frame In the best interest of the workers the industries and the. citizenship of the country." Joat tad u rnr addnM aaf wa will by mail rRKS our larg a4 beautiful Catalefu show- ing all th lateat styles of Creole Hair Goods Hair Nats Raw Hair Iflae trie Comb and Hair Worker's Taola ate. Our Hair goods hava th rapuutlon for being the beet aad we are the largest mall erder Creele Hair Goods House la tae Ualta4 States. Mreaa SAM WILLER H J VI VN II Wl GOODS CO. Box 298 Shreveport La. ! I ! i i r THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 15 1915. x -i - p Mii It straighten TT I tfv KlMiT IIAlR aM wMm dressing N-tSiy 1 : 25000 MORE PORO AGENTS WANTED Equipped with the Very Latest Apparatus for Teaching the Poro System of Scalp and Hair Cul...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 15 February 1919

PAGE FOUR THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS. TEXAS. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 15 1919. Ml. t. 1' THE DALLAS EXPRESS MEMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION.' Published every Saturday morning tm uia year at Z6uu swing avcduo. Dy TUB DALLAS RXTOKM PUBLISHING ( COMPANY. (Incorporated) Dalian. Texas. Krw York Office Froat A Froat II N. 26th Street. CKIraii Offire. Froit Froat Boy' iiuiidinr. Atlanta ufflrf Froat A Froat Can- dler Building. NamUvllle umrf Froat Froat In dependent UK liunuing. V. K. KINO. Editor J. It. JORDAN Maaaa-er. ui..n..i .t Pnat nmca at Dallas Texan. an eecond-claaa matter under Act of tonicreae marcn i.n. 1MPOKTANT. Ne aubacrlptlona mailed for a leaa period than three months. Payment for aame nmat Pe ftu cenia. subscription in advance. One Year .11.60 Hlx Montha Three Montha J!' Bintfla Copy uo noticu To tub pvulio. Any erroneoua reflection upon the character atandlns or reputation of any person firm or corporation whljli may. appuar in the columna of The i.-ii.. iXvr.r.. will b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 15 February 1919

PAGE FIVE CLASSIFIED "ADS" " 1 TEXAS TOWNS Canary Birds For Sale Males.' $3.00 each; females $1.00 each. Per pair $4.00. Ring Haskel 4325. Mrs. Mary Fuqua 3510 Fuqua St. Dallas Texas. 4 THE DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 15 1919. GAINESVILLE. Gainesville. Texas Feb. 13. Mrs. Sallie Walker who has recently un- dergone an operation In the Booker T. Washington Sanitarium will re- turn to her home lu Tulsa Okla. Mr. Moso Alexander and Mrs. Frankie Steward were- quietly married at the home of Mr. and-Mrs. G. H. Leathers with Rev. p. J. ofllciatlng. Mrs. It. A. Kansom has returned from Guth rie Okla. where she has heen at tending the bed side of a sick rcla tive. Mrs. E. Chiles a nurse of the Book- er Washington sanitarium has return ed to her work after having been afflicted with a slight attack of in fluenza. Mrs. Mary Chestnut Is in the Booker Washington Sanitarium where she has undergone a major operation. LONUYIEW. Longvicw Texas Feb. 13 Prof. W. h. McMillian Misses ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 15 February 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 15 1919. PAGE SEX ? Y Y Y Y Y Y Y f Y Y Y Y r f Y Y Y r Y Y X Y Y Y Y Y Y Ho MID-WINTER GRAD UATING EXERCISES. (Continued from page 1). The race has moved from lower to hlxVer heights and from these heights . Lbe lights beam forth and enilgnten ' the nations. Was thore ever a nation or a race born more like the lowly Nazarine? Although no star appears ovor the place where they were born the great and living word of j ifi..MnnA u'wv unit hut llfrht UUU UlUBilUIHl o - of truth ana grace has been the star that has kopt our faces toward Jerusalem while we prayed three times a day with our doom opened and this has been our decree and creed that has enabled us to tri- umph both In material wealth and inoral precepts as now our children enter colleges and universities the learned professions although thoir ancestor? had servitude as a basis. Then no authors no Inventors but they are many then no lawyers now they are available; then no teach...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 15 February 1919

ia.tlW i t THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 15 1919. PAGE SEVEN Texas Towns t MINERAL WELLS. Mineral Wells Texas Feb. 13 1919. Whereas the Great and Supreme Ruler of the Universe has In his infinite wisdom removed from among us one of our worthy and esteemed co-workers Mrs. C. A. Dement and whereas the long and intimate re- lation held y.ith her in the faithful discharge of her duties in this club makes it eminently befitting that we record our appreciation of her there- fore Be it Resolved that the wisdom and ability which she has exercised in the aid of our organization by service contributions and counsel will be held In grate'ui remembrance De it Resolved that with deep sympathy with the bereaved relatives of the deceased we express our hope that evL-n so great a loss to us all may be over-ruled for good by Him who doeth all things well Resolved that a copy of these reso- lutions be spread upon the records of this club. A copy sent to the press for publication a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 15 February 1919

THE DALLAS EXritE&S DALLAS TSXAS SATURDAY. rSSSUABY 15 191S. Orphanage Campaign Drawing to a Close 8000 ! 1 i J. ! f i Some Interesting About the The Dickson Colored Orphanage I located In the town of Cilmer one mile from the Court House and is situated on the Cotton Belt railroad It owns 1U land In foe ulrople at the site of the Institution. It was organ- lzed In 1899 chartered In 1900 and dedicated to the Lord Jan. 4th 1901. The charter forbid any Incumbrance of debt against the property. The charter perpetuate iU own existen- ce. This Institution bas been run- ning successfully for 19 years and during which time It ha enrollel 4000 children the greater number of them placed In Christian home of both white and colored families. We have placed a number of cooks and bouse girls Into some of the best white famlUe In the state. They have made a splendid reputation so far as we have been able to learn. We have never had a boy or girl tried In the Courts for theft or any misdemeanor...

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