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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 8 November 1919

Demo Green Makes his bow. by Bill Ziff PAGE FITK FolKs - a0w us To introduce vAr Oem-csTheries Greein. ate of vre u-S. firmly He S Known among au his roiendS 65 Jusv PMv "Demo' He is a regular fehow 9 corn Start "to finish, and voe thmVv you'U hke him ater voogtt to VsVlOvsl hrn Pie ascd foVS EmK.A IT fnd this i s Demos ta,Pa, and Vad brotVier They're almighty oroud of Demo 2r igVyt Oeo's Wid brother ts Veiling Vo eT 2v. vniUlon cool dollars that Demo s the greatcsvman on earth v,. Demo is a vt vMd but be has oAvavs beep good to the 9oKs 5o wbo can bame tYiem? ftvd a$t but not east, Demo'S pet bound, K-St Vjc 6ort hnow vJhit" he's so mad about xwzjbe on account of- VnS name. YtcYed on to bim because of &n aWedged vescmb voce to GcrmMvy's x-rulr ,Ll 2,ff DEMOSTHENES GREEN "DEMO TALKS LIKE A REGULAR SOLDIER ALRIGHT." Wheel le .demoralized Service, at L&St! Now fer home A CM V 5on, -o' old mdn'5 VOU NOVJ home istberd tbihg you p- vtaew do we We DEMO SEEMS TO HAVE GROTTO well ma...

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. — 8 November 1919

FAG IS SIX THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1919. ' . 11 - I - I OUR NEW HOME 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 Poro Corner Write Today for Further Information TOMCCDLLEEI St. Louis, Mo. mile! If the stitches ever come out of Jack Mason, or the silver plate in his head and body get loose, he'll just naturally Fall apart. But do you think the contemplation of such a disaster will bother him or chokes the laughter in his heart? Not on your daguerreotype! "Ser geant Jack" not only rings up a nor mal number of grins and chuckles every day, but he sings a.t his work sings the folksongH of his Race in a rich and pleasing baritone which helped to coax 8,500,OO0 out of the American pockets for Liberty and Victory Bonds, and has helped him to persuade many an "almost per suaded" to enlist in the Army, Navy and Mari...

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. — 8 November 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1919. PAGE SEYBH OFFICIAIiS LOOK FORWARD TO dustrial life of the nation; that there PLACING DIVISION FIRST "OVER has been and still is extensive mi THE TOP. I gration of Negro labor; that the Ne- I gro migrant has been subject to un- WOMEN WORKKR8 I NI! Oi l,. j favorable conditions such aB faced the immigrant from Europe; and Ciiuiuiign Managers Sav That Pros- that economic and other causes are 'nt Drive is one for Membership, shown in a report of the United Not Funds. , States Department of ' Ijftbor, "Ne- I gro Migration, 1D16-17," to have caus- Wbcn the Third Rod Cross Roll ' ed the migration. Call of members is completed on j In the the Interest of a fair ap Arinistice Day, November 11, it Is proach to race relations as an im expected that 2,000,000 persons in nortant element of industrial adjust Missouri, Kansas, Texas, Arkansas ment in the United States, the Na and Oklahoma th states comprising tional Association for the...

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

PAGE EIGHT THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, Wit. SOME TOWS IN TEXAS MARSHALL. Marshall. Texan, Nov. 6. Th.' Mo saic Templars of Marshall, went out to the cemetery to tet up a monu ment to the memory of Mr. Thomas Wilson, quite a crowd as well as members attended. A short program, llro Ed Richardson, M. 0. conducted the servioe. Rev. A. C. Capers after an absence of 2 months in Oklahoma, for his health returned to the city an filled his pulpit at Galileo Bap Ust church Sunday night. The Bene volent Society Installed their hall. Hon. V. C Anderson installed offl- s. Deacon Jno. Graves, presl- t; Mrs. Murry Robinson, vice pres- Mr. Jerry Green, secretary; Deacon E. M. Powell, Chaplain; Mr. Matt James, Pilot; Hiss Jennie Oath an, aaslstant secretary; Mr. Warren GaUxan. marshal. Off to the penitentiary: Ed. Turner, two years, burglary; James Howard, burglary, two years; lieon Pierce, passing forged Instrument, two years; Boyd, Ave yearn, murder; Herbert Anderson, ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 8 November 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, em aagK3AQM 'AVdHilXVS PAGE HDTB SOME TOWNS IN TEXAS MAN SHOOTS WIFE. Pittsburg, Texas, Nov. 6. Last Sunday night, about 11:30 or 12 o'clock, Mr. T. T. Thompson, shot his wile, 'Mrs. Cellle Thompson, with a Bhot gun. It Is said that three of the victim's ribs are fractured. No thing definite of the circumstances loading up to the shooting is known. Sheriff Carpenter arrived on the scene and placed Thompson under arrest and he is now held in jail. Mr. and Mrs. Thoimpson are active in church social and civic circles. Train Wrecks. The East bound passenger train No. 34 wrecked Sunday night be tween Cypress and Cason, no one was injured. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Davis have let contract for their 5-room cottage. Mr. and Mrs. Essie Trammel, these two contestants are both live wires and will both strive for the magis trate. The St. Paul Baptist church has voted the pastor, Rev. T. E. George, Sr., a several weeks' vacation. The Colored band which filled an engagem...

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. — 8 November 1919

PAGE TO THB DALLAS BXPMB88, DALLAS. TEXAS. 8ATTJMDAT, KOTBMBEM 8, Mgfc see seeeeeeee ' x X : , xz 4 Capitol Petroleum Company A PR0DICI5G DIVIDEND FATING COMPANT. THE LATEST INFORMATION PERTAINING TO THE TAMPICO, MEXICO WELL The latest report fross Mexico states that Well No. 2 is now flowing nearly 3,000 barrels per day. and nothing less than a 10,000 or a 25,000 barrel well la expected. The Mexico production la increasing, now being over one and one half million barrels per day. Mexico has an undying fame (or its many spectacular wells, and for output of oil to the well holds the record. In March, 1918, the twenty producing wells in Mexico were rated to yield 600,000 barrels daily, an average of 30,000 bar rels per day for each well. Pr4 1M1 to 11H inclusive, a total of 286,910,728 barrels was produced, mounting from 10,000 barrels in the first year to over 62,000,000 In the latter. The repub lic of Mexico, now ranks second In the production of pe troleum of the world, writes C. W...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 8 November 1919

1 THB PALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS. SATURDAY, JfOYEMBEB 8, 1910. TAW BfflTM I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i in 1 1 1 1 tin 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 it i it i n hi 1 1 1 1 i n ; 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ij si s i Plllllllllllliilllllllllliillllllllililllll iniilllillll llllliilllli urn iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniii .... " I I 3 bod Prescription i Eruptive 4matism, lions fil a condition caused by bad thfcisons and accumulations ylninated from your blood, nlke the Plough's Prescrip- s liquid preparation con- ocfe, strychnia, Chloral or nauseate and can be used by those who cannot stand a dose of calomel or other drastic purgatives. L I I Plough's Prescription C-2223 can be supplied you, ready prepared by druggists at $1.50 a bottle; the Pills at 25c, or if you are unable to get the treatment from your home dealer send $1.75 to the 2223 Laboratory, Memphis, and the package will be mailed you postpaid. You can get a free sample of the Pills and literature by writing. ha al it is composed ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 8 November 1919

PAGE TWXLTK THK DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS. SATURDAY, KOVEMBEB, 8. 191ft. I if REMOVAL SALE We move January 1st to 1004 Elm Slieet where we will have double the space. Be fore moving we will offer every' Coat, Dress, Suit Millinery and Toys At a Big Reduction. Come Early and Get the Best Selection By paying a small deposit we will hold goods until you are ready for them GET THE R16HT STORE COHEN'S 4 000RS FROM DALLAS LOwAL READ THIN. We are very pleasant to call the attention of our read era to the ad vertisement of the LewlD Market at Mil Elm street. We note with em phasis that management of this mark et extends to the Colored trade of liaila. an invitation to inspect the Meats sold there and Invite a share f their trade. All kinds of fresh Beats, beef, pork, mutton and all kind of sausage, fish. etc. They will take your order over the phone and deliver same to you. Phone H. 140 and automatic Y 1403. The Green Parrot opens Thursday night, Nov. 13. at 241S Elm St, 3rd floor over ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 November 1919

-MOST DISTINCTIVE WEEKLY IH AM H 11 HI A." ifoHap A COITSBBYATIYB, YE FBAKLSAS I'HAMPIOlf OF JUSTICE. founded bj W. 1. King. The Republican Parly Is The Ship, All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. 11.60 Par Annum TOL. 27, JTO. . TUB DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1919, PRICE FTTH CEHW. G R A D U ATE KURSE 1 22 -INDICTED j DISCHARGED FROM 4 ARKANSAS! H. Y. HOSPITAL Coming Out of The Mire. MANY NEGROES ARE CHARGED WITH RIOTING IN ELAINE. APPIIfiiTlflN AfifiFPTEO. RE JECTED AS SOON AS CQL-1 Progressive Farmers and House OR WAS KNOWN. Has Entered Suit Against Belle vtie Hospital. hold Union ot America In vestigated New York. N. Y., Nov. 13. Charg ing unjust discrimination, and a vio lation of the Civil Rights Law of the State of New York. Miss Coral E. Smith of 1248 Church street, Nor folk, Va., a graduate of the Hamp ton Training School for Nurses at Hampton, Va., has entered suits for damages against Bellevue and its allied institution, the Harlem Hospital-. Miss Smith m...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 November 1919

TAQB TWw THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1919. GENERAL NEWS l ! 1 fiov want Beauty of &mpexonaKfdwr?esvof facwneaj6ettepa&fom. fUU OmZCTiOAS OM EVY bottle; ae sunt this SEAL IS UNBROKEN 11 " (Associated Negro Press). i Auan ia, ua., Nov. 13. ttev. win. ; Mack Lee, the Negro cook ana body I servant of Gen. Robert E. Lee was one of the proudest veterans attend I ing the re-union of Confederate vet 1 erans here. (Associated Negro Press). Chattanooga, Tenn., Nov. 13. Will I Washington, Negro convicted a few I days ago for the murder of 0. J. I Carlson, aged Swedish gardener of Walden's Ridges, confessed to the murder and implicated three white men, according to criminal court offi cials. (Associated Negro Press). Xenla, Ohio, Nov. 13. The East Marquetta High School of this city has been condemned by the building inspectors and a campaign is in pro gress by the citizens to provide a new building for this community. (Associated Negro Press). Do than, Ala....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 November 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1919. KAffT PESTLE MATH UTQITOKD THE CAUSE OF THE WONDERFUL GROWTH or THE i - , an !8 GOLDEN CHAIN OF THE WORLD The answer is that The "Golden Chain" laid a foun dation upon the Bible, based upon past experience, as solid as the rock of Otbralter, cemented with the sin cere desire to aid its members, the church, the widows and orphans. The Chain's growth has been phenominal, as a re sult of the earnest desire and effort on the part of every officer and directors to help all of its member at all times. The officers of the Chain, who are readily accessible from every angle to please the members of the Chain, always glad to extend not only the assistance of the Chain, but to aid them in every way possible. The premium is 9.20 a year; benefits more than $400.00 in case of death. From the cradle to the grave is our "motto", 6 months to 90 years of age is our "limit" There is more than business in the Chain. There Is a heart. Organ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 November 1919

r auk rora THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1919. til DALLAS EXPRESS MEMBER NATIONAL NtORO PRESS ASSOCIATION. l'ubllahd avarr Sturdf Doming ca the year at 1M0 Swiss Avenue. by VWK lULLlt RXPRRSS PfMUraiM COMPART (Incorporated) Dallas. Texan. New Trk Oasor. Krost A Frost at N Wth Htreet , Chirac OnV. Frost A Frost. Boy Be Wutldln 2 . Atlaata OAec Froat A Frost, Can Aler Bulldlnir. , - akvllle OOlee. Froat A Frost, la tependent Ufa Building. WHOEVER FIGHTS, WHOEVER FAILS, JUSTICE CONQUORS EVERMORE, JUSTICE AFTER AS BEFORE AND HE WHO BATTLES ON HER SIDE, GOD, THOUGH HE WERE TEN TIMES SLAIN, CROWNS HIM VICTOR GLORIFIED, VICTOR OVER DEATH AND PAIN. Emerson. nrwKmirnowa in adtarcf- rw Tor l-? x Mont ha Hiree Month tntrle Copy .71 no .05 THK PATRIOTIC RF.PUBLICANS OF TEXAS. moticb to tiir rvuvtc. any erroneous rnwi character, standing or repuUtlon of My person. Arm or corporation wnljli ana" appear In the columns of The Dallas Express will be glad' cor rected upon ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 November 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1919. FAUE F1YI V 122 IMICTEDU ARKANSAS. (Continued from page 1). returned a verdict of guilty of mur der In the first degree. The second case called named as defendants Frank Moore, Ed Hicks, J. E. Knox. Paul Hall and Ed Cole man, all Negroes, charged jointly with the murder of Clinton Lee. In this case the prosecution attempted to prove the five Negroes were leaders of the Elaine "Squad." Witnesses for the state repeatedly testified that Moore, Knox and Hicks acted as loaders, giving orders the morning of October 1, when the Negroes gath ered near Moore's house, and, form ing in a column of twos, marched toward Hoop Spur where they had heard shots. John Jefferson, Negro, testified Hicks was president of the Elaine post of the union and Knox vice president. He also said that Knox, who brought up ths rear of the column, said he would shoot any deserters. Witnesses also testified to the presence of Hall and Coleman In the squa...

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. — 15 November 1919

ricn x OUR NEW HOME 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 TDRKCQLLEil Poro Corner St Louis, Mo. acterlzed as "not only unfortunate, but deserving of rebuke." In a state ment issued bere today by the board of temperance, prohibition and public morals of the Methodist church. "Radicalism In England and France and throughout the Continent of Eu rope," the statement said, "Is very much more rife than It U in America, despite the flood of alcohol. Bolshe vism Is a thine of ignorance; pro hibition commends the support of 90 per cent of Americans with alcohol educations. Bolshevism Is a thing of saloons, barrel houses and slums; prohibition is the product of schools, churches and homes." I PLAN 18 ADOPTED FOB CHILD WELFARE WORK. Special Committee Will Be Appointed To Study Laws And Regulations In State. I yotj ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 November 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1919. SETTLEMENT PROJECTS NEEDED IN THE SOUTH. Reclamation Kntrinoer Says Many Op portunities Exist In Coastal Plains. Washington, Nov. 13. Character izing the Atlantic and Gulf Coast sec tions as "the real frontier of Ameri ca today." H. T. Corey, consulting en gineer of the United States Reclama tion Service, told the Washington So ciety of Engineers today that the South has lagged behind the rest of the country, and particularly the West, In land settlement projects. He declared that conditions were as favorable In the South today for community settlements of consider able size as in any other part of the country. "Agricultural land values have suf fered in the South as a result of this tendency against settlement projects," Mr. Cory said. He added that 88,000, 000 acres of land on the Atlantic and Oulf coastal plains needed only drainage to make it very valuable, and that it contained in general a fertile soil well adapte...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 November 1919

rVV. KMiHT SOME TOWS IN TEXAS liUKHI.N. Lufkin, Tmbs, Not. Mrg I. P. Hif?htower, traveling evangelist la ninntag a revival at Long Chapel C. af. W church. The sad newa was received a few days ago of the death of Miss Hortenae Lewis, who died 1b Camp Logan hospital. Houston. She was formerly of this place, but t the time of her death waa living at Rayburo, Texas. Miss Rowena A. Heagor. daughter of Rev and Mrs. W. T. Reagor and Mrs. Herman O. Irvln were united in holy bonds of Liu Lilawilj Rev. D. 8. Smith, offi ciated. Mrs. Devllla Durden was called to Rockland on account of the the death of her rather, Mr. Jim Rod gen. She was accompanied by Mrs. OUle Starks, Messrs. John Buck. Towuall and Dark Rodgers. Mr. D. J. Jefferson of Camden was the gueat of his daughter-in-law a few days last week. Mr. and Mrs. K. D. 8wage"ty. Sick lifted: Mrs. Gertrude Jotuwm, Mr. Geo. Chancy, JUv. W. H. Harrison passed through the city last week. FKRKIH. KerriK. Texas, Nov. IS. Services at both M. E. chur...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 November 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1919. FAOB TTTNF Removal Sale Closed All Day Friday to Mark Down Goods for Our Sale. Come Early We will move to our New Location, 1004 Elm Street, January I, therefore are placing our entire stock of merchandise on sale at genuine bargain prices. Here Are Just i Few of roe Many Items. Buy Now Our Laige Stock of the Latest Style FALL AND WINTER COATS FORT WORTH. Offered at sensationally low prices; $19,98 values, 7 gQ Ke mo val Sale price ..T. ' COATS SUITS Stylish High-Grade Suits $37.50 Values CTC ti Higher Fnred Suits priced Removal Sale Price' at (he same saving. v SERGE DRESSES Styles suitable for young women and women who want to look young, $25.C0 Values, $15.00 Removal Sale price. DRESSES By making k sinall deposit, will hold,your purchase until you are ready for Fort Worth, Texas, Nov. 13. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Else and their nep hew, Clyde Else spent a few days with Mrs. D. Ellis, 910 E. 4th street Mr. W. J. Jackson, 1121 ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 November 1919

I PAGE TBlf THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1919. Capitol Petroleum Company A PRODUCING DIVIONND PAYING COMPANY In a few days will send two representatives to Tamplco, Mexico, Mr. A. A. Miller, vice-president and Mr. John O. Powell, general counsel, who will confer with the Company's local manager, Mr. Outhrey, regarding storage, transportation and arrangements for drilling Well No. 3, as soon as Well No. 2, is finished. TUB CAPITOL PETROLEUM COMPANY, Denver, Colo., Oentleaten: Yesterday our "Northers" began. This means that our prevailing winds for the next four months will come from the north, and consequently our rains for that period are practically over with. This means everything to the oil operator, as our roads will be dry, and the fevers eliminated. For the past three months the most accurate estimate that we have here by the best posted oil companies la that it has taken three dollars to do ont dollar's worth of work. It was our misfortune to have...

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. — 15 November 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1919. biiiiiiiiiitiiiii iiiitiiiMi it iiuiti mi ii 1 1 m m i n 1 1 1 Mitiiiiiiti iiirriifJiiniiltlliiitiHtiiiiiiuitMi iiitii 1 1 mi 1 1 iiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiinnMWIimj "r .... I 4 iod - Prescription Eruptive !iiatism, tns onfndition caused by bad ephs and accumulations elikted from your blood, 1 tahe Plough's Prescrip- nauseate and can be used by those who cannot stand a dose of calomel or other drastic purgatives. Plough Prescription C-2223 can be supplied you ready prepared by druggists at $1.50 a bottle; the Pills at 25c, or if you are unable to get the treatment from your home dealer, send $1.75 to the 2223 Laboratory, Memphis, and the package will be mailed you postpaid. You can get a free sample of the Pills and literature by writing. rh uid preparation con- kiiitrychnia, Chloral or nd 5 composed of certa in 1 o ch are well known to ng effective in the treat loo )ubles. The very best st are exercised ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 November 1919

0 rMHJ TOSH K THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, 8ATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1919. 1)ALLA LOaL Bol errell , Mr. Bonnie Mitchell of 3004 Flora atreet spout Sunday In Waco, guest f Miss MaMe Folk, Waco. Texas. Mrs. Luvenla Mitchell and baby tsft Friday (or Kansas City, Mo., to visit nor sister. She will then go to Detroit to join her husband . Mrs. Lou Willie lvkhart after a Heaaairt sojourn to Nsvasota. her M some Is again at home, 2625 Hora street. Irs. Albert Scott of 19 made a flying trln to last Thursday. Mian Fannie Wagoner of Ft Worth, is visiting her cousin, Mrs. M. A. Curtis, S612 Flora street, this week. ltev. C. U Bryant, pastor of Church of like hiving Cod came In from o trip over the state Sunday and filled toe rostrum at his church, Sunda: morning and night. Tour subscription la due. say now When you havV news and you an to North Dallas, atop at Goodcn'; grocery store on 8tate and Thomp son street and drop your news in the box. Mrs. Alborta Boswell-Moore Is vtsft toc Mrants, ...

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