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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 27 September 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1919. page mora 4 SOME TOWNS IN TEXAS WE COTER THE STATE LIKE A BLANKET' $ ; CALVERT. . rivert. Texas. ' Sept 25. Mrs, Mammle Wallace of Okmulgee, Okla., . is In the city tne guest, oi r ror. ana Upi MIitih. Mtas Louis P. Tlndall left Wednes day for Waco, to visit friends and relatives. She will leave in a few days for Arizona, where she will re sume her school work. ' Mrs. Emma Talley and daughter, Miss Effle Talley Is still Quite sick. Miss Effle left for Marlln. Hot Wells for a few weeks. -Mr. Benny Plckard came home Wednesday from Kosse, where he spent the week-end with relatives and friends, i .. - - Prof. A. O. Robinson spent the . week In Dallas, where he was attend ing the Grand Link of the Golden Chain of- the World. Mr. P. A. DeGraffen and wife were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Pearson. . Mrs. L. B. Miles left Monday for Dallas and other North Texas cities to spend two or more weeks. Mrs. Walton Stewart left Satur...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 27 September 1919

P1GE TE2I THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1919. 'J L II CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY. OUR NEW HOME Mr. Addle Smith of Meridian, MUs., neice to the late W. E. King is in the city and is stopping at 2920 Flora street. Mrs. P. E. Sneed, 2409 North Wash ington avenue has been very ill for several days. Miss Sadye M. Watson, 3614 Watts, after an extended stay in Boston and Winchester, Massachusetts, and other points In New England states has returned home to resume her school work. Miss Watson took a post graduate course while in Bos ton. She baa a brother there who made the stay more pleasant , Mrs. B. E. Reynolds, 2923 Flora street, is attending the National Bap tist convention now in session at New Ark, N. J. She left last Sat urday, Sept. 13. Mrs. K. , W, Amos has returned from Nashville, Tenn. While there she visited friends and relatives. Miss Clara Young Jeft last Thurs day for Washington, D. C, to Join her parents, Prof, and Mrs. 8. A. Young. . Mr. and Mrs. Chas...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 27 September 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1919. PAGE ELETE5 vau uo i to-a cy sjTrd to V00, tt STAGGERING FIGURES. Secretary of National Baptist Pub lishing Board Presents Encouraging Report at Norfolk. Norfolk, Va., Sept 12. (Recipro cal news service.) With a report brim full of facts and figures that were appealing, pleasing and com mending, the Rev. R. H. Boyd, was heard before the National Baptist Convention in this city. The twenty second annual report on the work of the National Baptist Publishing Board and its plant located at Nashville, Tenn., occupied the center of the stage when it was read. It is In pamphlet form and shows that about 1200,000.00 had passed through the institution during the past year which closed August 31st The business de partment alone representing tho man ufacturing plant where everything can be turned out from a postal card cyclopedia, or from a calling a Bible, hand handled $185,- an increase of more than 110,000.00 over any previous ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 27 September 1919

FAGE TWiaVK THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1919. UAFPElIIIGS AT 17. C. C. HOUSE From Sept 10, to Sept. 17, 1018. , Wednesday night, Sept. 10 at Hall and Central Park, two thousand peo ple gathered at a public Sing and aang themselves Into a mood of hap piness. Dr. Horton, who - Is president of this movement, entroduced the leader of the Sing. Mr. Jerome Wright, a young man of Dallas, Texas. The regular Thursday evening dance was given by the Alumni class of 1917, of the Dallas High School and never before was society es teemed higher. Quite a number of the club unit are meeting with Mrs. Shaw, who is supervising the Girl's work in this city. Things were a. little easy Friday flight at the Community center as Miss Lillian Tucker was entertaining at her, beautiful home on Carroll Avenue, for the manager and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Holloway. Sunday at 5:30 p. m., we heard that wonderful address by Rev. WH llams of Waco on the subject, "Power or the Ballo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 4 October 1919

'.1lR;r ..."A COASERYATIVE, IET FEARLESS CEtASPlOX OF JUSTICE." 4V MOST DJSTEfCTITE ;' . meekly nr ' ..' .. ; America ; ',' . . r . - ... ; . . - " . ' . , . . - .' .. . I Founded by W. E, King, The Republican Party la The Ship, All Else Is The StaSFred Douglas. 1J0 Per Annum VOL, 90, NO. 6L 4 THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, SATURDAY,1 OCTOBER 4, 1919. PRICE ITVB CE5T3. Y '3 jo) i n it3 nn WW M MlrM 1 Li ULiU CJUU R , L L-Z3 Lf Li iiiV- PROMIHEHT WHITE LADY 111 VESTIG ATES I CAPITOL More light Shed on Washington A fair By Prominent White Woman. (Prom the Nation, New York.) To the Editor of the Nation: ' -i ' " Sir;. On Tuesday night when so many In Ledrolt Park feared a mob ' and a general massacre and when ' most white men believed ' that a white woman who ventured into that section would be literally devoured,. I took it into my head to go there and go I did. I went for several reasons. One was to prove that a white wom an could do it; another . because ' I knew what had been done by ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 4 October 1919

TUB DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1919. f J. !- Fort Worth, Texas. Oet. 2, 1019. Mmo. Anna Griffin, who has Just returned from several weeks' vaca tion, la Denver, VaIo., wtu to an nounce to her many friend and pa trons that she ifl no longer con nected with the Limousine Beauty System. Should any of my friends desire my service would he glad to serve you. Phono Kosedale 6748. MMfri ANNA B. GRIFFIN. Y. M. C. A. WORK AXD ACTITI THS. ratifying results are obtaining In our adult club work, composed of jnen cn:ploycd In vocational pursuits, professional aclivitieo and bUBincss endeavors. Our Y. M. C. A. service club consisting of chauffeurs, garage men and auto-machinists set the standard high in their Initial meet ing laiit Tuesday nlfeht Jn keeping with their professions they declare they must pass all others In their tMub work encounters. After a very Inspiring opening a query box was conducted relutive -to their work which proved quite Interesting, which they de...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 4 October 1919

TIIE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1919. bbedbah Brenham, Texas, Oct. 2. The weather Is a little better to day for farmers and cotton pickers. Mr. J. H. Crawford and friends were up from Chapel Hill Saturday and pur chased a copy of the paper. Mr. B. T. Thomas of Independence stopped over in the city Saturday en route to Somerville, to be the guest of Prof, and Mrs. H. T. Uaynes. . He also purchased a copy of the paper. Miss L. B. Kills, will leave Sunday to open her school. We pray for ber a successful term. Lookout Mr. Peter, there Is some one knocking at your door. Sunday school and churches were very well attended In view of the scarcity of the people. Lesson was reviewed by the pastor. Tke charity collection was taken and all joined in singing and prayer. The sermon was powerful. The statement relative to $500.00 rally at Mt Rose, Baptist church was changed to a direct rally to pay the back debt on pastor s salary. The Herald has been asleep for two weeks w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 4 October 1919

V i c:; THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1919. r. txri.i::3 NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Fubllatird v-ry F-turday morning la las year at 2Ci'J twl Avenuo. by WLV DALLAS PUBLISHING OVil'AHt. (Inr-irporftied) Ijallao. 1ea. Hrm irk Oilire, Frot it FTOft tt N. 2illl Street- CMh OiiK--, Frost Froat, Boy- AiViiin OB1-. Frot A Frot Can- N.1ti- lcr. frost A Froat, 1B 4IMindnt r.II i'ullcHnft- J. H- JKBDAJi, MmiW. Kntirod at I'o.t Offlw t Pall". Act of Conni"""- March. IMI'OHTANT. ubcrlptloui. mailed tor. rl.I U.an thr- months. Payment t ,r lame must b- 50 cent, WBScluTTfoSlTlN AUVAMOB. -n Tear. tlx Monthe Ihrw Month.... . " " 18 c' py- --" """VoTJCK TO THH PUBLIC Any -rron-ou refl-ctloa upon -h.r.ct.r. -Undlo or ' j;Pu.,l"Bhl2f ny terwn, firm or corporation wrMn appoar In th- column, of Tna Kiui PLprM will b. 'adly eor-rVt-d ion 111 b-tnr brouBht to th attention of th publUbw-. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1919. l ABOtt OUtl ASIZATI05S. Ubor unions and confederations were...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 4 October 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, UALLAS TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1919. - - t F l! .ft . II . t TlA. Jl - PB0FESSIQ3AJA (ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT) J. ALBA AUSTIN, CITY EDITOR 1 1 Mrs. Jane Hoard, an old and re spected citizen died Sept. 18. Her funeral waa attended from New Hope, Dr, A. S. Jackson, officiated. Mr .and Mrs. W. H. Hunter have returned from their summer trip and report a grand time. Mrs. Susie Whitby has returned from Lawton, Okla., much improved. Rev. J, W. Hendricks is on the sick list Mrs. Lulu Perkins, who was hurt In a runaway Sept. 13th is still at the city hospital, but is much Im proved. Mrs. Lena Cunard, who has been on the sick list for three weeks is on the mend. Mrs. L. T. Guest of 2819 State St, after a very pleasant trip to Kan sas City, 8t Louis, and Chicago visiting relatives and friends return ed home Friday, Sept. 26. A Colored carnival will be given here beginning Monday, October 6th under the auspices of the Negro Business League. The revenue de rived ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 4 October 1919

- (j V 4 '. I ,. '.' "j v. V .1. t- . " ' -t .1. !" '. v .' '.,' " ," V -1 to if ,' ' "'. V 11 t A A i ll H t r v t ) I i 0; !nlJu u LiL LfU LZI fr n Li U IT JOHN HARRIS, MANAGER Sunday Oct. 5th THE "Carter Case" Great Craig Kennedy serial featuring Herbert Rawlinson and Magarot Marsh supported by Walter Jameson, Ethel Gray, Gene Baker and Donald Hall. Continued every Sunday. ALS0 THE. JOHN HARRIS Great Gamble Great death defying stunt serial, features Anne Luther Warren Cook, Edith Thornton, Charles Hutchinson, Richard Nell and Billy Moran. Continued every Sunday running with "THE CARTER CASE." 4 m time: Mo aday, October 6th "JEA mm" Al Jennings and Texas Guinan Series,. All finished stories, a different one every, Monday. Something: New, worth seeing, Regret Will Pierce You If You're Late, Ht any showing of PERILS THUNDER MOUNTAIN Starring Antonio MoVeno '. . and Carol Holloway SeeSnou) Scene to Coo Yoal t'ke Stunti . to Electrify Yoal - TKURSSAY, OCTOBER 9TH "PERILS OF THUNDER MO...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 4 October 1919

THE DALLA3 EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1919. PAG" f'lV f ? t v f t Y ? V ? ? ? ? T t t ? ? t n n c rui -6 f ! 1 "A f 1 uu UiziLru Sunday, October 3 You All Know MIARIE WALCAMP who will be featured in S p u r s a n f S addles Series For Ten Weeks ConUancd ever Suuday also II1E0LD LYOID In a side splitting comedy. We open Sunday at 1 p. m. V f V f. V V ' ,w.; ' t t V t y y y y y y y y y y y y Y t Y Y : t Y Y; Y Y t Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y ?' Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y f Y y t Y 4 (CIRECTIOHWIUIAW FOX."- JSTl SATURDAY, OCT. 4 Special Return Engagement of TOM MIX, In a 6 reel production "THE WILDERNESS TRAIL," As a gunflghter Tom Mix never has missed fire. Nor has any one of his photodramas missed fire; and the latest picture of this much-admired Fox star, "The Wildernees Trail" is declared to be the best yet. It is from the book of the same name by Frank Williams all about the Ca aadian fur-trapping region and begins a run at the MA3IM0TII THEATBE text Saturday. Coll...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 4 October 1919

'M'M'M"'V''. V. .. .. . . . ..J.q, 1M . 1 Pi) AIM I 7, -1 )-. J' ' 4 C : uin o mnv w a r mm b b . A I y i) nV - ! MM J w L. UBtUUy E-SillllB S JJ ! IB B y v g H E- I I BUS I 4 Sonic Towns In lexas 1YE COfCa THE STATE LIKE A BLASKET. J-:.:.i!-uiJ. Texas, Oct I. Services Hera j-wod at all churches. Sunday, iix-v. M. Harris arrived arrived and was wit.li his people at Flue Grove. Jl'V. J. S. Drown of Center, Texas, ii vt'iiting in Pinoland. , this week. Me .inducted the services of the C 11. V.. church for Rev. J. B. Ruflin who in on the Hick lint. Vrx J. M. Hurdle made her de fiirmre for Diboll, Texas, to take nv .Mhool In Pnf. P. M. Hurdle's y'it'-- i ullic schools are being largely .s - . X Prof. O. F. Uryant is out t j. n for a few days vUiting the a.i.'"'l;il,ion. 1 - s Minnie Franklin and others fijiug trip lo East Mayfteld, t the Cheney girl V-s. Beside Wade. Jiramle Rat ij.r. ()l)lin Haldenot and others t'ami been attending court at Hemp fci!l tbis week. J.pwnwool, Texas, Oct. ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 4 October 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1919. PAGB sxsrx t SOME TOWNS IN TEXAS WE COYER THE STATE LIKE A BLANKET FREE! FREEH FREE II tj PITTSBURG. Pittsburg, Texas, Oct. 2. The Mar shall District Conference which was the guest of Morris Chapel C. M. E. church, Sept. 3rd-7th was a success. Rev. T. Scott, the model pastor of Morris Chapel deserves much credit la the way he cared for this large congregation. He put forth every effort possible to make it com fortable forall. Elder Lyfin held his last quarter ly conference with St. Stephen A. M. E. church of which Rev.' W. H. Durden la pastor. Sent 21st, the conference was well attended. Elder Lynn left Saturday, Sept. 27, to fill his appointment at other places In bis district. Supt. Sterns of St Beaulah returns from the District Sunday School and Ep worth- League Convention, which the guest of Mt. Zion C. M. E. church, Dalngerfleld, Sept 17th to 21st. Rev. Felix Jones returned from Newark, N. J., where he attended the Na...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 4 October 1919

FAGE -f E5 THE DALLAS EAfKKSS, - UAL.LAS TJSAAS. SA1UKUAI, UUlUIinat 4, 1313. . i : . . I THE C0B5XR ST03E OF THE SAI5T JOHX BAPTIST OSTITU TIOSAL CHUKCH LAID WnHDI. POSDfG CEBEMOXIESi THOU- -' SANDS WITNESSED THE EXER CISES. THE GSEAT COXCOUKSB YIG0B01TSLY APFLAl'D. Tiro Thousand Dollars Laid In Cash on the Table, Different Denomina tion!) Tied with Each Other to Aid in the Finaclal Struggle. A Great Lesson Learned. The Secret Order and the Labor Inlon, a Feature. Dr. C. . Har per Fralned lor hln Efforts and. Sue- ,: cess. By N. W, Harlleo The corner stone of tie Sulnt John Baptist Institution was laid Sunday afternoon with Imposing ceremony In the presence of thousands of per sona both out of the city and la the city, Long before the exercise pro-j grained to be carried out Degan me thousands gathered on the streets lining up the whole block and more witH hit trarlnm anil fllltwiH lind Ofl foot- waiting with eager eyes and anxious hearts to witness a scene that rarely takes place ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 4 October 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1919. TlGi HETO GREAT INDUSTRIES OF SEATTLE FAIL TO JAP CONTROL. Run 215 Ilotels and 130 Grocery i Storeo Dcfimmt Movement Launched By Americans. , Seattle, Wash. An anti-Japanese de fenso movement has been definitely launched here. In no other American city has the aggressive energy of the men from Nippon put the mark of the Mikado upon so many lines of bus iness and profit. Elsewhere the Japanese problem is mainly rural. In the Northwest it is both rural and urban. Seattle is a warning to other American cities. There is scarcely a line of indus try in which Japanese are not firmly launched and making white competition look sick. In many the Japanese already hold the whip hand. Text of Facts. Here are some of the facts on which the defense campaign is based. Japanese own and control hun dreds of acres of the best farm land adjacent to Seattle. Wholesale and retail meat markets in Seattle and the Seattle "Public Market." The Ori...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 4 October 1919

x Y Y A SAVING STORE 1 TEXAS DRY GOODS CO TEXAS DRY GOODS CO A SAVING STORE TEXAS DRY GOODS CO A SAVING STORE i TEXAS DRY GOODS CO : : V ? ? ? ? ? ? ? f ? I ? Y Y Y Y Y Y Y X ,Y Y Y t Boy's Suits for Winter We have just received a shipment of boys' togs which are In & class bjr themselves suits that will stand the hard wear that real boys give them. . Boys' fine suit wili straight trousers 'made of very good mater lals, sizes 4 to 9 years .$4.50 Boys suits, fashioned of the best fabrics in the newest stylos, witk Knickerbocker trousers, well made and sewed throughout sizes 4 to 18 years ......... $6.00 to $8.50 IsssS Boys' all" wool suits of serge, Caaslmore and other good materi alssingle and double breasted coats knlckerbocker trousers double lined and sewed Norfork and waist line styles as well as plain modols some with two pair of trousers lte 10 to 18 years . - $7.50.10.00 to 20 OO Dresses for Girls Pretty school dresses, made of serge and fancy woolens hand somely made and...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 October 1919

, 4 " n MOST DISTDfCTITE M EEKLY IX AMERICA Foundnd by w. b. King. : A The Republican Party Is The Ship, Alt Else Is The Sea" -Fred Douglas. . iuo Per Annum TOL. 27, NO. 1. ' . THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1919. PRICE FIVE CK5T8. - ' ' - . C3:ie&bed IF NEWSPAPERS BLAMED (By Associated Negro Press). ' Chicago, Oct. 9. Protests have been made to the Chicago Tribune against the Inflammatory headline appear ing in its final edition concerning the Omaha riot Through the United States Senate, the National Association for the Ad vancement of Colored People Issued a statement that there have been forty-three lynchlngs this year, four white. Since then, up to Tuesday, there have, been two additional: Miles Phlfer and Robert Grosky, the latter discharged soldier, five miles from Montgomery, Ala. They were taken from County ofllcials turned lose, told to run, and fired on by tweuty-flve masked men. - ' Senator William E. Borah, In a patriotic speech in the Senate, call...

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

PAGE TWO THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 11, 1919. cnrz n n no V) uu I I i L i 1 I I JOHN HARRIS, MANAGER riUu"uUJIy niiyj in - - ? V V y v f V y y y V y V y V v t y ? ? ? t t ? ? t ? ? V y y V y y y V ., , ' - '. . J ... - . , , . v. i .. . . . . . . ..l i I v -' ...'"A h ' i L.,.- -J JOHN HARRIS Sunday Oct. 12tli THE "Carter Case Great Craig Kennedy serial featuring Herbert Rawlinson and Magaret Marsh supported . by Walter Jameson, Ethel Gray, Gene Baker and Donald Hall. Continued every Sunday. ALSO SHOWING THE. Great Gamble Great death defying stunt serial, features Anne' Luther Warren Cook, Edith Thornton, Charles Hutchinson, Richard Nell and Billy Moran. Continued every Sunday running with "THE CARTER CASE." Monday, Oct, I3th I Al Jennings, V y y y y y V J y y V y y y r y y y t y y y v y y y y y y y y y y y ?' y ? y y y y V Neal Hart and Miss Texas Guinan Series. All Finished Stories, a different one ""every Monday. Something new and well worth seeing. r ? M...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 October 1919

PACE THREE - . T I T" - some lowns in icaus WE COYER THE STATE LIKE A BLANKET. THE DAHiAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1919. LtlllUIIMMMtltUMMmtWMMMWWMM4 nn CALVERT. Calvert, Texas, Oct. 9. Mrs. An drew Jackson of Branchyille, was In the city a few hours Monday, the guest of Mrs. D. A. Rtsby. Mrs. L. C. Hutcherson will leave soon for Los Angeles, Cal., by way of Fort Worth. She will visit her son at Fort Worth and son-in-law In California. Mr. Sol Halloway was In the city Friday and purchased a nice home In Northwest Calvert. Mrs. Dessle Knight and daughter, Mrs. P. Wllkerson of Milam Co., came to town Tuesday to see the doctor. Mrs. Knight Is the wife of Mr. Jeff Knight, one of our big Milam country manners. Mr. Will Wallace and L. Sheppard left Sunday night for Waco to attend the F. I. S. Convocation. The news reached Calvert Wednes day morning of the death of Mr. John Statpn of Ennls, no funeral ar rangement made as yet.- Geo. ' U. Mead is still improving. News re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 October 1919

PAGE FOUR HIE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1919. TffB PALLAS IXTUE53 MtMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday mornlns; la the year at l00 Swiss Avenue. by rHI) DALLAS RltPRKM PTTBLISHIHQ COMPANY. (Incorporated) Dallas. Texas, ew Terk Office, Frost Frost II N. tb Street. Cblraw Oniea, Frost Froati Bor M Building;- Atlnala ofllee. Frost Frost, Can ller liulldlnK. Nakhvllle om, Frnst Frost. In lependeot Life Building. J. H. JORDAN. MlHirt. Entered at Post Office at Pallas, Texas, as second-class matter, under let of Congress. March. 187. "iMPOIlTAMT. No subscriptions mailed lor a less aerlnd than three months. Payment fur same must be 00 cents. 8lHCHIFTIOMS lit ADVANCH. One Year , $ C1 Months three Months -J" HOTICB TO TUB PUBLIC ' Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation i of any person, firm or corporation wnlata soar appear In the columns of The Dallas Express will be gladly cor rected upon Its being brought ...

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