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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 27 December 1919

MOST DISTOCTIYE WEEKLY IS AMERICA" ("bunded by W. El. King. YOL. 27 NO. IS. REPUBLICAtlS IH- NATIONAL COMMITTEE WILL ' BE ASSISTED BY WOMEN AND WILL CONSIDER THE CLAIMS OF ALL GROUPS Washington Dec. 25. Announce ment by National Chairman Hays following the meeting ot the republi- can national committee In Washing- ton of the plans for a committee on policies and platform has made a profound Impression here and throughout tho country. The committee is to consist of twelve members of the national com- mittee and a large number of other Republicans men and women repre- senting all groups of interest such as business labor agriculture and so on. The men and women who will be on the committee will include the foremost brains of the republican party In all walks of American life and affairs. The total membership of the committee is likely to reach to 50 or 60 and at least will be 40. Ab the magnitude of tho proposition has come to be more and more real- ized however the tendency has been ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 27 December 1919

. i. ' ' r'-' A' . Y f. J Wfll jfj - 1 &$fe -.TfI ' 11M 1$ SF.GROKS OF HOItOKEX FIGHT EXIKAIHTIOX OF JACKSO.X. (Associated Negro Press) ....Hoboken .N. J. Dec. 25. The Col- ored citizens of Jersey City have pe- titioned Governor Runyon for a hear- ing; on the case of Andrew Jackson Colored of Jorsey City before extra- dition papers are signed for his re- moval to Georgia. Jackson was ar- rested at Jersey Clly by the Sheriff of Colquitt Mills 'County Georgia charged with the murder of a white man about four years ago. It Is the deuire of the Negro pe- titioners that the Georgia authorities guarantee New Jersey that Jackson If extruditeJ will meet with Jiuttice and not mob 1 law. Attention 'ivas called to the number of iflynchlfigi In the southern state and a deman 1 made that New Jersey take a stand against permitting this sort of law- lessness. Jackson denies the charge made against him. METHODISTS EXONERATE DRAT. (Associated Negro Press) Birmingham Ala Dec. 25. At the session o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 27 December 1919

I in i " " V V X THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY DECEMBER 27 1919. 'PICS T" HOW TO CATCn ELEPHANTS I ' f ;A. . A : ' ! REMEMBER iU- L00R F0B ' THE K'y THE NAME NUMBER SMIfl KLIR 1 ELU fcJJr- WlflTERMAII I MIL T Klar & Wintermanjj - M vv offer an Enormous Wy NiM VARIETY OF DIAMONDS AT A BARGAIN PRICES. ' 5 A ' PLATINUM TOP DIAMOND RINGS XJEL . . $50 and ?60 Values $40 FANCY SMALL DIAMOND RINGS M$lt to $15 Values Special $8.75 ' $25 TO $35 DIAMOND RINGS $18.75 $50 to $75 Values $35 to $50 0 BRACELET WATCHES That Are Absolutely Guaranteed ' ELGIN AND WALTHAM MOVEMENTS N $12.50 to $25 ' Others Up to $50 20 Per Cent Off on All White Ivory Toilet and Manicuring Sets v Klar & Winterman DALLAS' LARGEST PAWNBROKERS Remember the Number 2312 Elm St. Look for the Name ' . ! Si A NEW DISCOVERY Free Offer So.' 1. Holland's Germicide Hair Grower. It kills the germs that prevents the hair from growing destroys dandruff and makes a healthy scalp. This Is a physician's prescription w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 27 December 1919

f. v.kv.i: rout TR3 DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS. TEXAS SATURDAY DECEMBER 27 1919. ' DALLAS EXPRESS PARK IMPROVEMENT FOB NEGROES. tvi c M n fc r '!TONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. I every Batnr' "rnn r - Avenue. !-h-i l I : ; y .-i i ius liiruKM publishing WlMPiST. (Incorporated) Dalle Texas. Hew York ounce FTot Froat n. iui street. !. ro Office Froet tt Froat. Boy- Be HiilLtlnsrV Atlanta on. Froet 4 Froet Can- ellf-r Hulldlnit. ' heahllie time. Front A Froet ID' dependent Life Building. RCBMCKIITIOIV IN ADVANCE. rt Tear .$1150 'T montua 78 rhr Monthe ""I Copt Of WOTICB TO TUB FBBI-K3 erroneou reflection uoon tn ebrotr standing or reputation of Printi. firm or corporation wh1h apnear In the column of The Pallas Kxnreee will be gladly cor- riwt.ed upon He belnir brought to the tTntirn or the puhllabera :nternd at Poet Office at Dalle. """ae. ennond-clana matter under rrj nr 'onrreaa. March. IMPORTANT. Wo euherrlptlon mailed tor le eorlod then three month. Payment nr same muet be 60 cxnte. . R...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 27 December 1919

THRIFT TALK. - It is very interesting to note that as a result of the training which they are receiving in Thrift instruc- tion the school children of Ohio have saved an invested in over flvo and a half million dollar'sorth of Govern- ment Thrift Stamps and War Savings Stamps this year. The per capita "6 "'u"6 mo Bcnooi roiKa in Ohio is $5511. Our own State has made a splen- did record in the teachipg of Thrift in the schools Bince the beginnng of the Savings Campaign in 1918 our school children have saved and in- vested over sixteen and a half mil- lion dollars in Thrift Stamps and War Savings Stamps and in every school in the Eleventh Federal Re- serve District of which our State is a part regular class room instruc- tion is being given in Thrift and prac- tical economy which Instruction in- cludes not only the saving of money but the saving of time clothing health' and the employment of all those factors which tend toward per- sonal "efficiency. The instruction of the student in ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 27 December 1919

" r THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY DECEMBER 27 1919. sSs IX. OUR NEW HOME "';v rW A ' ' ' 25000 MORE PORO AGENTS WANTED Equipped with the Very Latest Apparatus for Teaching the Poro System of Scalp and Hair Culture and all Branche of Beauty Culture Terms Moderate Diplomas Given Poro Corner Write Today for Further Information "PiRHD.ttEEE St Louis Mo. Ail Can Become The Most Influeri-' ' ohh ' "" tia! Citizen In Tour Community v HI i And At The Same Time j If PICK UP SOME I ll EASY MONEY The h 1 r i CO. the ext is -invest your surplus time in a profit paying line and watch tbe returns as reflect- ed by your bank book enter the field of journalism the best paying proposition for Negroes in America to-day become a representative of Dallas Express "The Most Distinctive Weekly la America." WE SELL PAPERS TO dealers cheaper than any Negro publication in America-Only cents per copy in advance. You sell same for 5 cents per copy making " . 100 PER CENT a1 niiiui. l a .4 i Midi th ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 27 December 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY DECEMBER 27 1919. WHAT 1)0 I0U THIMil An eminent public official of uiiUoiiul renown a man In a position to bring tilings to pass has requested Tl AssrliitcI Xwi Prang lo mm ml Hit' HiTiti- niont of tint pi'itpfc on the sub. jeet of a National Com mission to Study mid Work Out a Plan of Permanent Kaee Adjustment in tho United States. Tills Com. mission would be established by the I'nlted States Senate and oppolnteil bv the Presl. dent. It would have white anil Colored members from both till' North and the South and would be absolutely non-polllieal. What do you think of the ideal A symposium of opinions will lie published. Address t Tho ltaee Adjustment Kdltor The Associated Jieprro Pri'ss 812 South Clark Street Chicago 111. -i RECOGNITION FOR KKGJtO 1TUALS." sriit- Hampton Va. Dec. 25. In search of Nesrro spirituals In their oriulnai form Natalie Curtis went to hear those which the blacks on St. Helena Island S. C are forever singins. A numb...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 27 December 1919

J THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY DECEMBER 27 1919. p ' 2SK as: Dec. 25. Sunday Itasca TeX!j attended. Supt Winn school 'was "Etchers wore at their tUu corprtJa time. Class C No. post of A Y the banner. Although BUVVvwas Inclement Services tii ere ; deal of pep In the B. Y Viittin Harrison Miss Missionary P. IV -o was with us and gave a to ' .ntorestlne lecture. it . Burton pastor preached tn j" morning. Collection for the dav J67.67. Mrs. Loanna Freeman Is on the sick list Bro. Joe Conner who has been In Waco for oulte a while came home Saturday to the delight of his family nd friends Mr. and Mrs. . Cleve Sparks Mr. and Mrs. M. Sauls have mirchascd homes In south town. Misses Hooks and Morgan of Hills- boro were Itasca visitors today. Mrs. Harriot Taylor is home with the hoys for Christmas. Mrs. Janie Anderson who underwent an opera tlon is home. Rev. Hol- loway. exnastor of Little Bethol A M. E. church was sent to the San Antonio District and Rev. Scott will bo here this ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 27 December 1919

) t I fx PAGB TE ITHE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS. TEXAS SATURDAY DECEMBER 27 1919. PROFESSOR N.'.W. II ABLE E DE- LITERS ADDRESS BEFORE THE TEACHERS OF HILL COUNTY HLLLSBORO SATURDAY THE TWENTIETH. - Christ The Greatest Teacher of AH The Ages. His Methodg Are Those Commended To The Preiient Day Teachers. The Meal In Education Its Relation To The Child. The School Is For The Child And Not For The Teach' er. The Child Is All In All. Fellow Teachers and Co-Workers: We meet today In annual session to have a heart to heart talk. The pur- pose Is not to display our knowledge as a glass toy that a child plays with to reflect a brilliant and pas- Ing Image of light; but we meet for that higher purpose namely to reach the ideal in education for the child If we would teach successfully we are first of all to know the child and Its relation to the ideal. Know thyself know the child then to reach the child the teacher must be child- like in simplicity of right principles that underlie the laws of th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 27 December 1919

i :. 1! I If A-- V I L. v.XT '' 4 H"H"H"K"" THE DALLAS EXTRES3 DALLAS. TEXAS. SATURDAY DECEMBER 27 1919. 'PAGE VVST. Some ltawca. Tc achonl km v with " s tno v- put' ' P. ' .10 I HAS IX STOKK THIS yri.E. TIDE ENDLESS ClIAIXS OF (iO0I WISHES Wlrn A' MERRY CIIBISTXAA AXD A PROFIT AliLE SEW TEAR TO ITS MANY READERS. A ' ' li'i'.l M. ' -l t V f V V y y y y y y y y y y y y y y Y y y y DALLAS HAS LOW DEATH BATE RAl'K Villi l.UKEASU IN IHRXU.S. V - ! T . " ' " ' " - ....... I fad feiteS 11 mm i V ( : Death rata la the city the pail woek shows dec-reuse lor the first two weeks of December. Lula "Thomas. Saturday December 13 at 6001 Ash Lane. Henry Kim ley Thursday Deo. 11 at 600 Good street. Alex Miles Thursday December 11 at 1833 Falrmount street. Kinlly Webb' Wedaosday Dec. 10 at 60US) Keating avenue. Isabella Jones Sunday Dec. 14 at 1107 Fletcher Street Aiua waue jr. rem Texas uec. 15. Dudley Davis 2429 Cedar Lane street Doc. 18. " Evelyn Tyler 2221 Runnells Dec. 15. Illrths. C llllf ll ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 3 January 1920

11 . 9J inL 77Muhju 7 4 HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU "MOST MSTEfCTIYE WEEKLY TS AMERICA." A COKSEBTATITE IET FEAELESS CHAJEPTON OF JUSTICE. Fcundsd b wb. King. The Republican Parly Is The Ship All 'Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. iLio p Annum YOU 27 10. 13. THE DALLAS EXFKESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 3 1020. PRICE F1YB CEM 0) a. 2 W ' t V ft v. m 1 iff V'3 1 1 i' i f :1! ti Hi' . w I i HEAD BELL ADOLPHUS MEL KILLED Death a Mystery For Forty-eight Hours. White Boy Confesses to The Slaying Edward Garland the well known bead bell man of the Adolphus hotel wag murdered last Saturday nlgbt on the ninth floor of the hotel. Garland was found lying on the floor face ddwn near the entrance to the elevator hall. A knife wound lh the center of the breast resulted in the death. Garland was 23 years of age and married. ' Ho had gone to the ninth floor a few minutes before he was discovered In a dying condition by Night AVatchman Percy Olmstead in response to the call of one of the elevator boys th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 3 January 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 3 1920. FAGG TWO M4 V-- ' KEliHOIvS AM) YIIITFS OF KEX Tl'CKY MKKT FOR RACIAL AD- JUSTMENT. (Associated Negro Press) Louisville Ky. Jan. 1.- "At a Joint) Conference of the National Consum-' era League" 'The Americanization Committee of the Kentucky Branch of the Woman's Council of National Defense and the "Kentucky Confer- ence of Social Work" held at Louis- ville November 20-24 a a very Important session devoted to race relationships. This Is reported to have been the first meeting ever held In Kentucky where leaders of both racos cauie toRothcr before a larise audience of both races to talk over important matters of common inter- est The spirit of the meeetme was encouraging In every way. At the close of the session the following resolutions were adopted : 1. We favor the establishing of district sanitaria with state aid for the care and treatment of all per- sons both white and Colored in Ken- tucky who suffer from tuberculosis. 2....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 3 January 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 3 1920. riGS TETEJ! I fWV '' ! REMEMBER LOOK FOR THE ' v;VV THE Hflf.lE I NUMBER . . I KLAR . ELM j AMO-NDS Ilk J Klar & Winterman mil vW Offer an Enormous ySy NSlSjM ' VARIETY OF DIAMONDS AT YY XJ A BARGAIN PRICES. NTCIB MA - II D 1 i Offer an Enormous VARIETY OF DIAMONDS AT BARGAIN PRICES. PLATINUM TOP DIAMOND RINGS $50 and $60 Values $40 FANCY SMALL DIAMOND RINGS $10 to $15 Values Special $8.75 $25 TO $35 DIAMOND RINGS $18.75 $50 to $75 Values $35 to $50 BRACELET WATCHES That Are Absolutely Guaranteed ELGIN AND WALTHAM MOVEMENTS $12.50 to $25 Others Up to $50 ; 20 Per Cent Off on All White Ivory Toilet and Manicuring Sets Klar & Winterman DALLAS' LARGEST PAWNBROKERS . Remember the Number 2312 Elm St. Look for the Name IfECiKO POSTAL CLERK FACES C. T. Bennett Accused of Taking Pearl Jiecklaee and Pacels From .Hail. St. Louis Mo.. Jan. 1. C. T. Ben nett of 3028 Bell avenue a Negro no has been serving as substitute clerk at th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 3 January 1920

PAGE FOUR THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 3 1920. THE DALLAS EXPRESS tfWUEB NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Publlabed every Saturday morning- in tbt year at 260U Bwlae Avenue. by TDK DALLAS KXPRKftS PUBLISHING COMPANY (Incorporated) Dallaa Tezaa. Tark Ofnee Froet . ft Froat II rt. tb Street. Cbteaic Olllee Froat it Froat Boy- la Building- Atlanta OfSer Froat Froat. Can- tier BulldlDK. Kaahvllle omrr From Froat. In- dependent Life bulldlnc CliaCHllTION IN ADTANIK. fia Tear...;. JIM Montha Montha . 'nrla Copy .05 IfOTICB TO TUB PUBLIC Any erronaoua reflection upon the ehereoter. etandlng- or reputation of any person firm or corporation whloh hit appear In the columna of The Dalian Rxpreae will be rlartly cor- rected upon lta bain brought to the Mention of the publlabera. Entered at Poat Office at Dallaa. Te-fae. urn aecond-rlaaa matter under act nf Cona-reaa. March. 187. 1MPOHTAHJT. lo auhacrlptfona mailed tor 1ea rlod than three montha. Payment unc aiiiat be Rft ce...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 3 January 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 3 1920. PAGE FITK Some Towns Iri Texas McALESTER. McAlester Okla. Jan. 1. Rev. Watts and wife pastor of A. M. E. Methodist are spending the holidays with their relatives in Texas. Mr. Arnie Justice and Miss Henryetta Carter were quietly married Thurs- day night and left for Fort. Smith and Little Rock. Ark. to spend a few days. Mrs. Rachel Salters of Denison Texa.s has been attending the bed side of her daughter Mrs. Edna Germany. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Carmany a fine baby girl. Mr. John Scott's daughter was found dead In bed Wednesday night at her home. Miss Geneva Layne is visit- ing friends in Okmulgee Okla. Dr. Forster has returned to McAlester to take up the editorial of a new Colored paper which Is started in this city. Mr. Wm. James of Bartesville Ok. Is spending the holidays with his mother. Mr. R. T. Turner of Point Texas 1b visiting his brother Mr. F. T. Turner. Mr. Wilburn Pittman of Oklahoma City spent a few day? with Mr. Jn...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 3 January 1920

PAGE SIX THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS. TEXAS SATUKDAY JANUARY 3 1920. OUR NEW HOME "a Sm&m. ' x X Mi"- . I Jr r lb hi ijl- TEX THOlSAJiO DOI.I-OB.S FOB I'LATKOKH snHiK.VnO.NS B YOl'Jiti BEITULICAJSS. PENDUTON-AVE 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 Term Moderate Diplomas Given Poro Corner Write Today for Further Information T-ilrlEllEOUkElEi St Louia Mo. 220000 ACKKS OF LAND IX All- KAMSA.S IIAVK Iti;t rOKlLTl- KM liV OWJiKlW. Tnw;U Ueverted to Owucrithlp of Mtate (or Jion-I'aymeiit of 'Jwias Beoordit of 1'ininLrfralloii CoinmU. jluer Show. There are in Arkansas at present approximately 220000 acres of land that can be bad for almost the Bilk- ing according to figures and reports gotten ud by State immigration Com- niutalouer John O. Small who Is pre- paring new and complete data on Arkansas' resources. The informa- tion is contained in a hook let. en- titled ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 3 January 1920

THE DAI-LAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 3 1920. pice ami FARMER PAI1 115 FOR RESERVED SEAT 10 SEE EM) OF WORLD. Jlanj Others Were Also Hoaxed Into Expecting -U other Eurlli'H lK-misc. Cleveland Ohio Jan. 1. Charles Johiistm 65 yeurs old a farmer of West Salom was in Cleveland today wuli a reserved seat ticket bo aa to bo in the front row when the world came to an end. After going to a house where the "beginning of the end" was to be staged and finding that no one there had even heard the end was at haul Johnson coiunlaiued to the police. "Two men fame 'to me last Sat- urday and sold me a reserved seat for $15" he said. "They told mo all the members of my religious belief were to wait for the endv in Cleve- land." J! any Ready for "tho End." Chcago 111. Jan. 1. The "end of the world" Hoax collapsed to day. But many to the superstitious here who according to ministers had quietly prepared for eternity by In- creased church attendance still awaited the vast gales and other ph...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 3 January 1920

AGB HCIIT THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 3 1920. BO.HTOX Jii:(;uo invents deep SEA DIVING SUIT. (Continued from page 1). WACO. Waco Texas Jan. 1. Miss Sun- shine Floyd Qrecne entertained the younger set at her hohie on the "'v j East side Friday night Dec. 26 a twwvery of $30000000 worth of gold m0gt enjoyable time was had. Mrs. bullion from the hold of the British I Weston hostess of the community iinM. rnrntiv vhn-h was toroedoed ' house entertained a number of her I !.... .J - I . I. the Ifibtt coast aunng lue nunu Christmas War Xmas night - the Merry Twelve gave their first function. This was Dfisplte the fact that two divers a very delightful affair In every re- havo already been killed In attempt ing :f salvage thl sea treasure Diver '.Turner who made his second world' record Monday afternoon is odhfitkmt of getting the entire 30- KQJQM. "If I don't get it and ever Jive to tell about it" aald he "1 wont b!ame my failure to this new dlvlu It of armor because i...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 3 January 1920

dAICBDAT DECEMBER 1019. THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS. TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 8 1920. PAGE EH. Dallas Liocal Mia. Llndsley Daniels and baby and brother Lesley Maxle of Long- vlew are visiting ther uncle and fami- ly Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Webb 'of-1128 South Carroll avenue. Miss L. C. S'ewart of Shteveport La. is in the city visiting relatives Mr. and Mrs. Murray 2608 Ewiss Ave. The angel of mercy visits the Even- ing Chapel Church. The" Missionary Society of the Evening Chapel Church gave a Christmas dinner to bt old the sick and poor .on Christ- mas day. Covers were laid for over two score persons who sat down to a table fit for a king. Madam AVyatt president of the Society; Mrs. P. E. Townsell chairman of the committee which consisted" of the following la- dies: Madames A. Doughty C. Tins- ley L. Johns Pool Miss Rahn and Bates acted as the bo.Jtess. All wcnl home happy. ' Mr. James Jackson Mrs. Cammlc Dawson were quiertly married Mon- day at 7:30 p. m. Rev. W'm. Lofton performed the cere...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 3 January 1920

PAGE TE2T :THE DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS. TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 3 1920. I TEXAS TOWNS 1 ' . T ! FAE1S. Paris Texas Jan. 1. Dr. J. E. Knox State Missionary for the Zlon fiaptuts of Texas was In Paris Sun- flay and preached at both the St Paul and the Olive Branch churches. In behalf of the State Board he presented to these churches fifty dol lars each to be used towards the building fund for their contemplated new churches. The churches in re- turn raised twenty-five dollars each and presented to him to be used for state missions. On Christmas eve night all of the churches had festivities of some kind. At St Paul old Santa in the person of Mr. Lloyd Poohle came down the chimney ana orougni an of the children as well as many old er neoDle beautiful presents. On last Sunday evening Mr. Jesse Stone and Miss Azora Roark were united In marriage at the residence of Mr. Joe Roark. Rev. C. N. Hamp ton performed the ceremony. Mr. Marse Gray entertained Mr. J. F. Cooper and Mr. Ben Clement with ...

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