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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 20 September 1919

A XOST DISTCfCTITE WEEKLY IX AMERICA Founded by w. a King. . ' The Republican. Party Is The Ship; All Else IThe Sea." -Fred Douglas. 11.50 Per Annum as - ' " , ' , , T . 11 p , . 1 YOL. 26, NO. 49. . V ' ', ; V THE . DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS) SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1019. , PRICE FIYE CESTN H ll jli 'j I II. Ill ill .1 . . ' ' " ' . ' i . . . .. '. , ( . 11 'ill II 'ill I ,1 I ' SCHOOL FOR NEWSPAPER MEN RECOMMEND PLANS fO RELIEVE LABOR SHORTAGE. , ' ; St. Louis, Mo., Sept 4th Recipro cal news service) A school will be established in Nashville, Tenn., for the purpose of turning out competent linotype operators, type compositors, printers, pressmen, bookbinders.- This was made possible by a resolution which was presented at the execu tive committee meeting of. the Nation al Negro Press Association in session in this city, Aug. 13, 14, 15. There were members of the executive com- ' mittce present from twenty states, and in the discussion that followed it developed that some of the best n...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 20 September 1919

TAGE Twt THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1919. $ SO ME TOW NS IN TEXAS I f J( WE COVER THE STATE LIKE A BLANKET )( FOBT WORTH H2W8 J. H. SW ANSON, Report r $ Phone I 2539 " " o . X i. " " ' I I ' I 4 t I . ' 1 "I I " V ' X t THE MASONIC BAND CONCERT AND CONTEST ENTERTAINMENT GIVEN AT THE HERMAN PARK FRIDAY NIGHT, SEPT. 12TU WAS AS OVERWHELMING SUCCESS. Long before 8 o'clock p. m., the throng began to pour in the park gates to witness the first appearance of the 6 weeks old Masonic twenty three piece band. By 8:30 the park was crowded with anxious hearts but, in order that every one should hear the first rendition of the infant band the crusades In full dress were called out on the great pavilion to put ever some new features of the "Grand March" which the Grand Eminent Commander and Princess Captain, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Loving picked up at the Imperial Counsel of The Mystic Shrine a few weeks ago. When the grand march was over, the mighty host discovered the...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 20 September 1919

PAGE THREB SOME TOWNS IN TEXAS WE COYER THE STATE LIKE A BLANKET rA.A THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1919. , JACCKSONYELLE. Jacksonville, Texas, Sept 18. The city school opened its session here Sept 15, with a good enrollment Misses Lula Bush, Almedle Earles attended the Grand Lodge of Golden Chain of the World at Dallas last week and report a glorious session, Mrs. Dora Ragsdale after several months' stay In Muskogee, Okla., re turned home last week. Uncle Simon Mitchell died, Sept 14. He was one of the oldest Col ored citizens of Cherokee county. The Blues were defeated Sunday for the first time In the contest by the Reds, a score of 110.25 against 18.83. Sunday will be the last Sunday. Supt R. C. Cumbo and Sweet Union Baptist Sunday school will form a line at 10:00 a. m. and march to Ben son Chapel Sunday school In the inir vintaat. It will be one of the warmest contest ever pulled oft at Benson unapei. You are Invited to come In the teachers meeting Su...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 20 September 1919

f AGE FOUR ' ' Till! DALLAS IXTHPSS MLM8ER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. fubllifcMd every ' Saturday morning ti year at 2C0U bwlM Aaue. ly HK OA IX AM RTPRKM PCBLISHIlf G CO M J-A ft . (Incorporated) Dal In. Teaa. Hrm Yark 'UOin, roat Fromt II N. 2Stli Street CMrairo OMrr, Frost 4 Froat, Boy a buildinif. Atlanta O !. Front ft Froat. Can 4ler BulliilBK. !abrlll nfflrp, Frnt Front In liDmtPnt .If Building. " i. K. iHllIV. Muxn. liouiwt t Pot Omen at Dalla. r .. ..!t.on(t-',Uxi" matter, under :t of Conirrpaa. March, 1S7K. IPItHTANT. . No unciipuin mailed r a lra rlod than tlirw itwnlha. Payment tut me aiMut be 50 centa. . CBKCKII'TIONH IN ADACB. O,, rear ....... S ia Montha '" Three Momna.; --i Copy.. ROT ICR TO THIS PVULK). any erroneoua reflection upon the tharacter. atandina; or repuUtlon of any per.on, farm or corporation whtah naV appear In the columne of The Sella. Expreaa will be gladly cor Xcted upon It. bain -brought to the attention of -the publlabera. gATUBDAY 8EPTEMBEB ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 20 September 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1919. PAGE FIVE DULLH 63t 1 -ft n AWpwrw fcm ikipppimihimio I PROFESSIONALS. (ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT) J. ALBA AUSTIN, CITY EDITOR ' Mrs.' Frankle Piorce has returned rrom a visit to her aunt and cousin in Houston and Galveston. Mrs. Emma Smith and daughter, jeweu, 1S25 Allen street have re turned from a summer trip at Cuney, Texas. After an extended stay In the west visiting in New Mexico, Arizona and El Paso, Miss Willie M. Williams of 809 Allen street has returned and , has resumed her school work. Rev. D. P. Palms, a world war . veteran preached at New Hope Bap tist church Sunday night The choir reaacnng some very classy selections ,for the Bcrvlce. Dr. Jackson enjoyed a much needed rest. . Mrs. C. J. Island, 3311 State street, is back from n. mimmnr trln in Slant. Io, wash., and other clues of ,the Worth west . ' . Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Taylor of Ennls were the guests of, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Morgan, 3535 Dunbar stre...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 20 September 1919

PACK SIX - THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1919. ., r SOME TOWNS IN TEXAS I f 1 L WE COVER THE STATE LIKE A BLANKET TEAGIfE. Teague, Texas,. Sept 18. Sunday school was well atteadod at all churches Sunday at the First Bap tist Sunday school at south Teague had Quite a crowded house. Mis Mir rle Culton was at her Dost The T. C. B. C met Saturday night la iU regular meeting with W. W. Williams, president Julius Rutherford, secretory; Miss Mary Dorrett, assistant, collection amount paid for sick dues $42.00. Mrs. F. M. Lewis and her daughter, Minnie Lewis left last week lor Kan sas City, . ROCKWALL. Rockwall. Texas. Sept. 18. St Paul A. M. B. church had excellent services Sunday. Sunday school on time. Rer. J. W. Nelson was at his post filled the rostrum at 11:30. At 6:30 Mission meeting. Mr. O. T. llomas has returned home from Ok lahoma. TILER, Tyler, Texas, Sopt 18. The Dallas Express has been late reaching Ty ler for several weeks. We must ask the readers o...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 20 September 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1919. PAGE SEVET 2 p. m. - SAHJRDW. SEPTRMBER 20TH,' .,. a jl i Kl Pre-re-cneagemcnt of "ROY STEWART" in a western thriller - W C G 11 GSQ fly. (( 's&ty ! iffl ' "KEITH OF THE BORDER" ; - w . I : j ,' ,' f 19 yiy 2nd showing of this wdnderful picture a story of warm hearts and cold lead. Matinee Saturday aCpt. ZajTU (r . ' . - .ii I uUuli i ' ' mm "Triil i ty ":1 111 11 dll 1 II nf The ,v v . ii ii ' SPECIAL A T?i ,.r.i ,'.n SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 21ST Starting date for greatest of all serial pictures "THE MIDNIGHT MAN" Featuring the world renown JAMES J. CORBET T. This is the most unusual, most astounding serial ever made every moment ' a thrill action galore. Don't miss an episode. Running one solid week at Hudlsey's Hippodrome. Down town theatre. And it's bound to be a wonder 1st episode, Sunday, Sept. 21st, and continued every Thursday. THE SNEAK" WITH GLADYS BROCKELL SB PI A picture you will never forget heart Interest ac...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 20 September 1919

PAGE EIGHT THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1919. Iff i "-fc v r v v tr -m. jp r a w tw w t w s r a n b b z a b a la lAi ini LvlAJJ U 5, LvJ U b A LL, U Lai 19 A U uii IS 4 fff XXX XXX fff fff ddd ffy fff fff fff .ffy fff JOHN HARRIS, MANAGER f YY ffy ffy fff ffy fff fff fff ffy fff fff fff fff fff fff fff fff fff fff fff f f f fff V .V X ' X I t d X X X d X X x vv d X X iff if? d i Y fY fff fff fff fff fd "I f f f f f f f f f f Al d 4 f f f f f f d f 1! If f I- f V f iff iff V r "1 0 f . Sunday Sept. 21st THE ir.: i ( I- "Garter Case Great Craig Kennedy serial. The greatest Detective story ever filmed, co-starring Herbert Rawllnson and Margaret Marsh. Other popular favorites In "THE CARTER CASE" are "Walter Jameson, Ethel Gray, Gene Baker and Donald HalL Continued every Sunday running with "THE GREAT GAMBLE." . CTHE. Great Gamble ' Great stunt serial of death defying stunts, features Anne Luther, Warren Cook, Edith Thornton, Charles Hutchinson, Richard Nell...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 20 September 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1919. riGB rant Preacher Dickson Joins The Flock of Race Adjusters Gilmer, Texas, Sept. 8. It has been my pleasure to be a constant reader of your paper for the last twelve years. Your editorials for the last four weeks have said many things in defense of the negro, for which we beg to thank you. Your editorials a few days ago on this race proposition were the best I have ever read. I am traveling and speaking to our people all the time; I have never witnessed so much unrest in the country in my life. But I am appealing to our white friends throughout the country those of you who have demonstrated friendship for the negro at any and all times. I appeal to you at this critical moment to continue your faith in the negro. The negro is just as loyal today as he was the day he was emancipated. When you were fighting in the Civil War, he cut the sprouts and tilled the soil, and protected your wives and children while you were away ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 20 September 1919

PACE XE3 THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1919. THE GRAND FRATERNITY OF TEXAS NOTABLE INSTITU TION HON. H. D. WINN, GRAND MASTER AND TEACHER Financial Membership Nine thousand Eight Hundred Seventy Three Representing Four Hundred and Fifty Lodges. The Work Of the Fraternity The Maxonic Temple By N. W. Harllee. Amonfr the ageniceg that count in the social, moral and civic uplift of the black people of the south and throughout the country, the secret fra ternities may be counted as a source in which much good work is being ac complished. While nothing can ever take the place of the church and the sc hool, the secret orders and the strong men ana women at their heads, per haps, come third in the advancement as octal center from which radiates that fellow feeling and racial help fulness without which, we should be at a los lor much mutual helpfulness in our iorwara trend. Aglam, the center of the secret fraternities are the only institutions where we may (rather...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 20 September 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1919. FIGS KLEYE5 GOP OPENS DOOE TO DISSAT- ISF1ED DEMOCRATS. Fort Worth, Sept, 18. Pleading for all Republicans to come forward and send their names and addreses, mem bers of the Executive Committee of the Texas Republican Council, today Issue a statement to all "republicans and near-republicans" in which it Is pointed out that "when a govern ment does not please the people" it is time to change. The statement says in part: "When we see Democrats of talent and learning who have made extra ordinary progress in the affections of the people and who are rated as the most accurate thinkers within the state and the nation asemhle together and use their utmost abil ity to convince their fellow citizens of the perils which the proprietors of the Democratic party have thrust upon government, it is sufficient to make every thinking man tremble jajtid merits the- most thoughtful at .Centicm of those who have a fond attachment to the ri...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 20 September 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1919. PACE TWELTE BOOSETELT MEMORIAL ATIOtf. ASS0CI- New York, Sept 18. The Roosevelt Memorial Aaaoclation, of which Wil liam Boyce Thompson is President, and which i raining funds for me morials to Theodore Roosevelt, yes terday called attention to a signifi cant speech hy the former President at St. Louis before a Colored audi ence. The speech read In part as follows: . "We art engaged at the present day In a (treat struggle for social and Industrial justice in this country and our chief opponents in this strug gle are the powers of pillage, the powers that profit by privilege at the expense of the rights of the plain people as a whole. I advocate genuine, popular rule in Nation, State, in Uliy, in Lxmniry, as onenng me best possible means for eliminating special privilege alike In politics and in business, and for getting a gen une equality of opportunity for every man to show the stuff there Is in hlra. I do not demand eq...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 27 September 1919

t - f . I ' , ' i r i. - n T' " (1 H ' -A COXSEBYATIYE. YET FEAB.',ESS champiox or JUSTICE." MOST DISTDTCTITE WEEKLY IN . " AMERICA Founded by W. E. King. YOL. 26, No. 60. WHITE PARENTS CHARGED WITH CONSENTING TO MARRIAGE OF DAUGH TER WITH REGEO. John Grayson Pleaded Guilty to As saulting 11-Year Old White' Girl. John rayson, Negro, charged with a statutory offense, entered a plea of guilty In the district court Sat urday, and was sentenced to serve seventy years in the state peniten tiary. ' - In the information filed two months ago by County Attorney W. W. Cotton, it was charged that Grayson assault ed Elizabeth Fackler, a 14-year old white glrL Later developments, how- - ever, tended to show that the mother and father had given their consent , tthe Negro to marry the girl. 'jV" has been said that Grayson, ob tained the consent of the girl's pa rents, after he had promised to mar ry the girl and to present the mother and father with a farm in Missouri. Shortly after Grayson was ar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 27 September 1919

-p In) j p-I Hi JAGE Twt yyy YYY yyy YYY YYY YYY YYY YYY YYY YYY YYY YYY YYY 1 .VVmVVV!mVVWmV!hVmVWmWhV J I .IIaaa v f.uiP ! "tP li O H ' "tF M f? 'if R ? JOHN HARP IS, MANAGER 111 YYY YYY XXX v X X V X X X 11 v X X X !! V X X X !! v X X yhf yH Y? tuj n . Lis Regret Will Pierce Ycm If You're Late, fit any showing of PERILS THUNDER MOUNTAIN Starring Antonio Moreno and Carol Hollow Set Snow Scenes to Coot Yout ."js.Stunt$.to Electrify Youl TKUHSCAY, OCTOBER 2K0 yy Jfcvf "PERILS OF THUNDER V MAI IMTA lf 3 W X Antnnin Moreno and Carol Hollow a v. stars in Vt this big new thriller, continued every Thursday General Admission vY YY ADULTS 20c, TEN YEAR OLD CHILDREN 15c This includes war tax Sunday Sept. 28th THE "Carter Case" Great Craig Kennedy serial. The greatest Detective story ever filmed, co-starring Herbert Rawllnson and Margaret Marsh. Other popular favorites In "THE CARTER CASE" are Walter Jameson, Ethel Gray, Gene Baker and Donald Hall. Continued every Sunday running with "THE GR...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 27 September 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1919. f J. X (or t 1,1,0,1 ACTITITIES AND WORK. Fort Ytorth, Texas, Sept 25, 1919. Sine the - permanent organization of the T. M. . A. as a branch of the Central Y. M. C. A. (white) there aeema to be a new awakening in the varied activities of the Y. M. C. A. Men along all lines of human en deavor will have an opportunity to nJoy the benefits of the Y. M. C. A. through the organization of many clubs perfected this week. Next week, the boyB' work will be organized. Much is being worked out that will prove reactlonal and beneficial for the boys. Many Jobs and positions are being filled dally. The only price is per sonal effort to come and receive If pleased. Our friends and visitors are wel come at all times. We are always pleased to have you read our stand ard magazines when ever you can make it convenient while down town. We hope to add a business course to our Y. M. C. A. in short Those who desire to begin with the class pho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 27 September 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1919. TUB DALLAS IXTRESS . MEMBER NATiONAU NtQRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. ; Published every BBtufr morning la toe yekr at 1600 bwlt I Avenue. bv fHB DALLAS RTPHKM MJBLMH1KQ COMi'ANT. (Incorporated) Tork otlice. proat Frost at w 21,1 h Htrot (Mnn OlSce, Fi-ot A F"rot Boy- u Hiitidlne. lilanii ufflee. Froat & Frot, Can lr Hiilldlnu. ffaahvlllr nmrp, Frost Front, In ependnt Life iiulldlna;. J. H. JOHIIAN, Manager. Rntnsed at 'ot Office at Daltaa, riaa. a wond-'la matter, undor Act of Cungraaa. March. 1871. IMPORTANT. Ho eubcrlptlone mailed tor a leaa eerlod than three moniha. Payment (or aame aiuat be SO cents. SCUSCIUPTIONS II ADVANCIS. One Tear i W-JO IX Monthe J J Three Montha. ........ i -$2 (male Copy ...t. ...... . BOT1CB TO THB PUBLIC . Any erroneous reflection upon the character. tandln or reputation of auy peraon, firm or corporation whleh nay appear In the coluaine of The Dense Kxpreee win o (isuij war ranted upon Ite be...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 27 September 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS,' DALLAS TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1919. PACE FIVE MJJ15, LONBOH,"' LOQIL'tMPPCNINQ ,1 ! P PROFESSIONALS. . (ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT) J. ALBA AUSTIN, CITY ED110R ttrt'ttlllt4tA www ??f tf f ff f ttttf t Dr, P. M. Sunday, who has recent ly returned from a vacation trip . to Kansas City and St. Louis, Mo., is very busy these days looking after the sick. The doctor has a large practice and his many patients -gladly welcome him back to the city. . Little Miss V. A. Braggs has re turned to Dallas to enter school. She has been' visiting her parents .at Cuney. ; '' Miss Edith Lee entertained at din ner in honor of Mr. Jack Donaldson, who left for Tusgegee Institute In stitute, Ala., covers were laid for eight. . ' " . Mrs. W. C. Patton lies very sick ' at her home, 201 Huffman street - Her sister, Mrs. John Mitchell from r. Fort Worth was called to her bed i sido. . ". . . - Mrs. Gussle King of Longview, Texas, is visiting her nelce, Mrs. Gussle Green of 20...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 27 September 1919

PAGE SIX THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1919. SO VIE TOWNS IN TEXAS J WE COVER THE STATE GILMER. I Gilmer, Texas, Sept, 15. The peo ple around Gilmer are enjoying a hoavjr rain Quite a number of Gilmer citizens have gone went to the cotton patch. Y. W. A. had a nice banquot at Mrs. U. C. Marables the CounBellor lor the girls alo the B, Y. V. U. and g. C of Gllgal had a line banquet Saturday night both entertainment very good. Slater KaUe Smith died last week, quite a number of teach er are searching the communities In pursuit of better wages. Mr. Whitt Hill subscribes for the Express. ATLANTA. Atlanta, Texas. Sept. 25. Mrs. L. WUey left Saturday night for Bal llnger. Texas, to Join her husband, Mr. Henry WUey. They will make Bailing their future home. Mr Jannle D. RlchardBon died last Bight at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Richardson. We sxtond eympathy to the bereaved '"rcV. Jake Washington, formerly of this city and are now residing in Longv...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 27 September 1919

PAGE SEVEN WWW Oj THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1919. hzj r rr j J InJ. r1 Ln t Y ? ? t t t f Y ? t ? Y ? t ? Y Y t t ? Y Y ? ? ? Y ? ? f t t t f ? Y Y t f t t ? Y t Y Y ? t t ' t $ ?' : t ? ? Y ? Y t Y ? ? t ? Y ? ? V Y ? f t ? Y f ? ? Y ? f Y ? t f 1 Y ? ? t Y f Y Y t t ? Y ? i 4 SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 27TH SPECIAL ATTRACT! THE GREATEST WESTERN STORY THAT REX BEACH EVER WROTE ON This wonderful story will live forever in your memory. Will thrill tug at your heart strings and make you glad that you saw it. Shown at all theatres at an advanced admission. Our price same as always. One day only come early matinee 2 p. m. ' Sunday, September 28th " A Big Western Thriller "THE RHNGER" Featuring . "SHORTY HAMILTON" action fighting heart throbs and thrills galors. The great roll ing western pictured in days of yester-year where cold lead settles all arguments and the six shooter lays down the law. SUNDAY ONLY MATINEE AT 1 P. M. , Monday and Tuesday, September 29th a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 27 September 1919

THE PALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1919. PAGE SIX SO M E T i.VVNS I N T E X A S WE GOVEIi THE STATE LIKE A BLANKET MeKINNKT. McKlnney, Texas. Sept 25.-r-Sor-vl'-es were good at" the different churches Sunday. Rev. W. Taylor (white) preached at the Colored Christian church at 3:30 p. m. Mm. Mary Gibson has returned home after several weeks In Denlson t tha hut aifl of hr slater. Rev. and Mrs. W. U 8mlth are at home from Kansas City. Mr. P. lockhart of Dallas was hero Bunaay visiting mother and 'father, Mr. and Mrs. Lockhart. Mrs. Jessie Lyons and children left for their home in Fort Wayn, Ind. Mr. Will DHlard from Nogales, Aria., is visiting . his mother, Mrs. Jane Franklin. HOCK WALL. Rockwall, Texas, Sept. 25. Sunday school at all of the churches. Rev. Randies being ill, Rev. P. Gamble filled the rostrum at 4:30. At 6.30 8tarllght band was called to order by its president at night Rev. P. Gamble spoke to a crowded house. Rev. G. W. Nelson left to fill his out...

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