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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 February 1919

PART TWO PAQE5 9 TO i2 K 0 ( TOL. M, KO. 18 DALLAS, TEXAS, 8ATCRDAT FEBBUAIiT 15, 1919. PRICE FIVE CENTS mm mmm j of ESPECIAL INTEREST IMPORTANT NEWS OF THE EN TIRE WEEK REDUCED -FOR BUSY READERS. BOTH FOREIGNM DOMESTIC Carefully Prepared ' for Those Who Desire to Keep Thoroughly Post ed on Events. DOMESTIC Aii egg' show will be held by the pbultrymen of Texas in Pallas In tho near future. ' Organization of a $500,000 com pany to build and operate a cotton mill In Dallas Is announced. , An ordinance regulating and licen cing oil exchanges In Dallas is be ing considered by the mayor . and lty attorney. " o; ) American rights In Mexico Will be jamply safeguarded by the Mexican (government,, according to Ambassa dor Henry P. Fletchcer. Announcement is made that sev en lieutenants, now stationed at Tay lor Field, Oklahoma, will leave early this week for a Texas aviation field. f Mrs. Lenora Z. Moder, lawyer, club jwoman and former city commission er of public welfare,, has announced ' f...

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. — 15 February 1919

... . I : TTIB PAIXAS EXPRESS, I) AIT, AS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 191t. t "1 .. . '" A Y I t X - y ? linii-rn i'liancl A. M. K. Church The Auxiliary to the trustee board will give an - afternoon tea at the residence of Mrs. J. W. Pratt, chair man, 1000 E. Rosedale street, Mon day, Feb. 17 from 3 to 8 p. m. Two leading Bopranos of the city will bo heard In recital. Mrs. Ros eello Maddox, a pupil of Prof. W. A. Jones and Mrs. Myrtle Kirkpatrick Richardson who balls from the great Samuel Houston. Prominent ladies of the city have promised to make this affair a suc cess. The Junior Missionary of Allen Chapel A. M. E. church was en(,er talned by Mrs. Allle Warren, 904 K. 5Ui street, Thursday evening, Feb. Cth, with a ' very splendid menu. Mrs. TUllo Davis, president and a number of other officers and members were present. Miss Caldwell of Dallas was tne BueHt of Mrs. Bortha Brown, 1305 ma!t6 the work go on upward and E. 9th street, last week. onward. The B. Y. P. U. Is another Mrs. Tllli...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 February 1919

TTIE PALLAS EXFRES8, PALLAS, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY IS, 1919 ONLY A NEGRESS They thronged in prayerful reverence and love - to look upon her as she lay in state in he church of the Sacred Heart, t,he first lay person thus to be honored in the history of the .Catholic Church in Denver. They came, not drawn by the potent force of press notices or sensational write-ups. no one knows the secret power which sped the news that Julia was dead and could be seen for the 'last timo as she reposed in her simple casket in the church of the Sacred Heart. But the news spread on the wings of love and the crowds came, to look upon that face worn and traced with the lines of almost eighty toilsome years. And she who lay in state, honored by a city's throng, was -only a Negress, an ex-slave and a convert! Only a Ne gress! Yet the magic force of purest love for God and Man, which had worked in secret for many a year, was drawing now to this public act of . of homage the Catholic heart of city. Julia Greel...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 15 February 1919

TACK TVTEI.YK THB DALLAS BIPflESS, DALLAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16. 1918. TT t444t, i44fa7' furlough to see relatives and t MfflflPIP f . ; r u y u u THE HIGH SCHOOL THEATRE 3211 CO'JBRAM STREET Sunday, Feb. 16 i "Lure of the Circus and the "lightning Raider" X f ) Two of the best pictures in the Movie World PEARL WHITE, in 'Lightning Raider' I A MONDAY, FEB. 17 Tan gled Lives," In five reels. TI ESDAY, FEB. 1H-. "WOLVES OP KCL TURE" and Bifj V Come dy, "ROOFS AND RIOTS" In two reels. FRIDAY, FKB. 21 "ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS" In five reels. SATURDAY, FEB. 2S-THK IRON TEST" aud "THE HAND OP VENGEANCE." Come Early To Avoid The Rush ADISSO 11 CENTS AND 17 CENTS HERBERT BATTS, - - PROP I "THE UNBELIEVER." Wednesday and Thursday, Feb. 19 and 20. friends. He returned to Camp Mac- Arthur Wednesdny morning. He en Joyed a pleasant stay while here and was entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L, Dlggs, 2525 Washington avenue, Tuesday night Corporal Jordan and his wife are the picture of health. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 February 1919

i 1 KM I Founded by W. B. King. "'. "2 Republican Parly 'Skip, All Else Is The Hea." Fred Doufflas.' fUO Per Annum VOL. 26, KO. 19. ' ' DALLAS, TEXAS, SATIHD AT, FEBRUARY 22, 1919. PBICE FIYE CENTS. . ; r r : : nrm nr. iiir "us am nnfsi ossviMTni IIR.K.Hflli H b Rfn 1 MR. B a I; . M H tm RE1I .VI . a r .'..1 . Fm lh iiarrii v-' NHtr ir ni'iiavi m ii a . .- m . a yi OLLyll 111 II L ULTIUI1 ULUIIU 3i I SI WI10II!iC9liril ' PROVED THEMSELVES WORTHY OF THE TRUST PLACED IN THEM. IMMORTALIZE THE RECORD MAOE BY NEGRO FIGHTERS IN PREVIOUS WARS. MANY INCIDENTS OF INDIVIDUAL HEROISM. New York, Feb. 15. Nfgro soldiers made a record as fighters in this war as they did In the Spanish American and civil wars. Fighting for the first time on the soil of the world's .most famous battlefields Europe and for the first time brought Into direct comparison with the best soldiers of Germany, Great Britain, and France, they showed themselves able to hold their own where the tests of courage, endur ance, an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 February 1919

. j iJt mm THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22,1919. N i f.: 1 TEXAS ..ii MHAKTOX. Wharton, Texas, Feb. 20. The rui jKiKcd bond Jamie for the schools of the Independent District of the ci'y of Wharton and especially tho im jnoving of tho white school of the district wi;i be laid before the Col ored people by I'rof. W. I. McCann In a mass meeting Tuesday night because we too will be called on to vote in this matter. As usual we always help to carry these iKSuea and or course we will help carry this one. Uut of this proposed (1100,000) ono hundred thousand dollars we liotrd ut lcane twenty-five thousand to Improve our school conditions too as we have the poorest building and grounds of any town In Texas. We mean to look our school board and our school superintendent In the face and tell them that we must have a statement from these honorable gentlemen aa to what we will gel out of our colored children. The inclement weather did not stop the trustee rally at St. Ja...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 February 1919

J&w.- 7 THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY, 22, 1919. page Tiim::: OUR NEW HOME FREE! FEOI! FREE I Jast lead us ywar tddroM as I k will Mtui you kr mall TRES vat larr aad keauUful Catalogita how lag all tha latest styles of Creole Ha Oooda, Hair Nats. Raw Hair, Baetrle Combs and Hair Worker's Vaola, at. Our Hair foods bar taa rapautlon for feeing Ciia best aad w ara Ua largest mail cedar Create Hair Oooda How km VM Ualtad ItatM. '. 9: aVidTMa, ' V i::....:,i i jtmmssiN6 i:w i i rife;.. V" mw -jw i s 4 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 Write Today for Further Information i roro Corner St. Louis, Mo. Dept. A-12 t t TEXAS TOWNS OTTO. Otto, Texas, Feb. 20. Jerusalem, hod what was called a juvenile school last Sunday, the entire school was in the hands ot the little folks, ex cept the superintendent. Mr. C. C. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 February 1919

.1.. Vk-- U It MlfcW rAGH FOUR THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS,. TEXAS. SATURD V, FEBRUARY 22, 1919. -.5 THE DALLAS EXPRESS MtMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. '.'ubil.ilnil every K.iturday morning in tti.i year nt 2 . i 0 twii Avenun. by THIS DAM.AH HM-llKO I-HILI-iHIX KIHI'A.VI. (Incorportiii-d) PuIIh.i. Texas. ' !x York oiile'. Kro.it Front II N. Mtl Strcl. l.l. ua OIL.-r, Krost & I rout, loy- C r.Utlll!!!. ln!.i oiii.-f, Fr.ml . dl'T l:iii:'l;nc St,tivlll- lililrr 1'r.iKl (J- i,. ".r,i in 1 il" 1'lliWuilf. k Frost. Can- 1 & Froat, In ly Y:. ki.mj, I. ill tor .MiliUAX. MnnnsM. f -hi-.' l.J ht I'l.llt OiiU'C at lftllHH, iH ... uml-flnsK. naiu-r, miliar or -. n.'rt'a. .MlU.'h, llirilltTANT. .. No MUb.irrlt ions mulled for a l' t m.d than . tlirea imiittlm. I'ay tnmit l..r iu.tr,e 11'ilnt bu BO r.-ntii. m;i:m ltn-i ioAs Un.i Viiu AkinUl luru .l..inli tiitusie , :ivy l. AOVAMIC MlTll'i: to TUtt I'Llll.lO, rny i'innf'ijs rt rcoti llO'rll til chuicicL-i-, Muritllng il I! y IVl ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 February 1919

.J. t , . -M THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1919. PAGE FIVE i . j. TEXAS NACOGDOCHES. Nacogdoches, Texas, Feb. 20. Prof. G. W. PowdrlU was in the city re cently looking after his business in terests here. Prof. PowdrlU has been principal of San Augustine high school for the past two yeurs, but tendered his resignation the 1st Inst. In a land deal he cleared over $2,000.00 cash recently. Dr. A. M. Woodson, head of the Colored sanitarium hero was called to Timpson on the 8th for profession 8.1 - services. "The' Seven Seal" services are in progress at the C. M. E. church. Kev. Lands preached the introductory sermon to an attentive and appre ciative audience. Collection $10.00. i Prof." J. M. Benton of Carthage is succeeding nicely in-re-organlzing the lodge of G. U. O. of O. F. here. Get the Dallas Express at Metcalf's shop. NEYLANDVILLK. Neylandvllle, Texas, Feb. 20Rev. Hamilton, wife and mother-in-law of GreenviUo visited sister Harriott Jones Sunday. She i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 February 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1919. The. Dicksoe Colored Orphanage in Midst of $20,000.00 Drive Some Interesting Facts About the Orphanage Tha Dickson Colored Orphanage is located ia the town of Gilmer, one mile from the Covrt House and is situated on the Cotton Bolt railroad. It owns its land in fe simple at the t-4'e of the institution. It was organ- Utu in 1RS9. chartered in l'JOO and dedicated to the Ird Jan. 4th, 1901. The charter forbids any Incumbrance of debt against the property. The charter perpetuates its own existen ce This institution has been run ning successfully for 19 years and during which time It has enrollel 4,000 children, the greater number of them placed in Christian homes of both white and colored families. We htive placed a number of cooks ana house girls into some of the best white families in the state. They have made a splendid reputation so far as we have hern able to learn. We have never had a boy or girl tried in the Courts ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 February 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1919. PAGE SEVEN 4 ttttttttITttTtTtTTTTttt I Texas Towns j AMARILLO. Amarillo, Texas, Veb. 20.--The race pool hall caught a fire Saturday even ing at 3 o'clock. Mr. Will Woren Is proprietor. He was the only one In juried. About $100.00 damage was done to the building, gasoline and ' matches caused the lire. M. C. John son, the owner of the building took a bucket and had the fire under con , trol when the fire department ar rived. Rev. Tally, who is assisting ing the revival at the Mt. Zion Bap tist church preached a noble sermon Sunday night to a crowded house. Born to Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Wallace, a girl. Mrs. T. J. Hilliard has re turned from Shreveport, La. Mrs. Carrie Logan has returned home af ter visiting relatives in East Texas. Mrs. Ophelia Dixon Is on the sick list. Miss Maggie Webster of Paris Is In the city visiting her brother, . Mr. Horace Webster. . .OKLAHOMA ITY. Oklahoma City, Okla., Feb. 20. The Colored Republi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 February 1919

rAGE EIGHT THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TKXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1919. THE WORLD WONDER OIL AND GAS COMPANY OP KANSAS CITY, MO., HAS J'JST PliaCHASEO A FOUR ACRE LEASE RI3HT IX THE HEART OF THE GREAT BURKBURNETT TEXAS OIL FIELDS AT A COST OF 515,000.00. Cur lease is oi the Stephen Survey, which Is adjoing the Hoffann Survey. The holdings of the Marine Oil Campany were sold only a few days ago for $3,500,000, which was a part of the Hoffman Survey; and evsiy dollar invested in the Marine Cii Company is now worth 517.50. Car driller, Mr,C.M. Flickingcr, who drilled three wells' for us last Spring, in the State of Kansas, is now on the ground in Burkburnett with Ins dri"ing rc;chins and will begin drilling our well just as ston as arransements can be completed. - . . Ii Our Special Offer To Texas People. r We are selling to the public 50,000 Shares of our Stock at $1.08 per . rl-.r.ic pitr valuo. and we have Allotted 20.000 -of these Shares to Texas people, as we want the Texas peo...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 February 1919

TWELVE PAGES THIS WEEK PART TWO PAGE5 9 TO 12 YOL. 2C, 50. 1. DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1019. PRICE FITE CETTS mm $pf t. M. .... IX. n . .... ... ..1. .... .... 4... T" A.. .M .... .... .... . . . .... .... ...I .... .... , .. .. .... u Friday, MONttCULOVE ."The Grouch "DOROTHY GREEN February 21, A IIIH UTTIE DRAMA Of the Western Hills i t 1 ' . v " - "- ii SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22ND You like Western pictures. You will like "WOLVES OP THE RANGE," featuring an all star cast of Western Stars. If It . it "T "I SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 23RD The day of all days in Mammoth. the history of photoplays at the .... .... .... .... ... .. ... BIG EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION 1st episode of our shining western serial, THE RANGE," also WILD BILL FARNUM in the six-reel western production "ROUGH AND READY," "TERROR OF RANGE." Serial will be continued each Wednesday after Sunday, Feb. 23rd. MONDAY AND TUESDAY, FEB. 24TU AND 25TH- "THE GROUCH," featuring "MONTAGUE LOVE" and one of his greatest phqtoplays....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 February 1919

PAGE TEX DALLAS EXPRESS, PALLAS, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 22, 1919. 'v. i ., OUR WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME Save Money, Too Choose from Our Stock of Bright, ('lean, RefinSfhed Furniture , as good as New at Half the Price .'.v..,-, --Mint frmtaWfiiM ?-Piece Bedroom l ri i n' i u i i n i ii ii n n u ''in n i ii . -"T v-t""j - - v S. . i.nni i Murrr "--HiH rTr itnirmi r 1 This offer comprliies full size bed, dresser with crystal quality glass, washstand, two rockers, all in goldon oak, as well as com fort mattress and sturdy spring, all for Save Dollars Buy All Connected and See our big lino or Gas Stoves and Ranges, comprising many famous makes, all put in perfect baking and cooking condition and all better for slight usage and tunin; up. $50 GO-', ONE DOLLAR A WEEK Will enable you to have any our fine, new line of REFRIGERATORS, marked at under - selling prices. T,,? Bargain Furniture Co "Trade Here and Make Your Dollars Count." 2309-11 Elm Street. Both I'hmn M. MSI JwlHt.;fc..Miln.ll MUMUMi mmm....

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 February 1919

DALLAS EXTRESS, .PAllASEXAS, JF E B RJC A RYS2, 1919. INGE ELETEX fa ? 4Mt414 DH 0 t Fort, Worth, Texas, Feb. 20 Sims if Turner, who murdered his wife, Mrs. Pardee Turner, Dec. 28, 1918; has been tried for the crime and his punishment fixed at fifteen years at hand labor in the state's prison. Mrs. Elizabeth Newsome, 1115 E. 3rd street, entertained Mrs. - Vera Johnson, Annie Griffin and Messrs. Harvey J.Lazine, Oscar L. Mc Murry of Minneapolis, and Harry Durrett of Kansas City, Friday evening, ilie 1 'It It Instant. A Joyable time ilit,i acterized the occasion. Alis. Elizabeth Newman eut-.M'lalu-ed the Junior Missionery Society cf Allen Chapel M. E. Church, also, Thursday evening the 20th instant at her residence. Mr. Harvey J. Lazine left for Wichita Falls to visit friends. Mr. Cbas. A Sewings has ben hon orably discharged from Camp Bowie, and returned home Wichita Falls, Texas. Xottet't The Dallas Express is for sale at the Comet Printing Company every Saturday, 905 Jones street. ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 22 February 1919

IHMAS KXPHKSS, HAI.LAH, TKXAS. FEBRUARY 83. 1918. 1 p III Ml) T XL! JOHN HARRIS, MANAGER V I PA:K TIVKITK 1 rvrTjl a n M i V 'J . 4 ' M J M ! M I ! if H i -r . a f.ii Si J Sunday, February 23, Houdini, The "Handcuff King." Continued every Sunday, featuring Uoudinl. . "- "The Lure of the Circus," - Featuring MR. and MRS. EDDIE POLO and NOBLE M. JOHNSON, con tinued every Sunday, running with, Houdini. i Monday, February 24, "The Lightning Raider," Featuring, PEARL WHITE, a big new Pathe Serial. "The Silent Mystery" Featuring FRANCIS FORD. MAE GASTON and ROSEMARY THEBY, continued every Monday, running -with "THE LIGHTNING RAIDER," Thursday, February 27, "The Iron Test," Vitagraph's latest photoplay serial, featuring Antonio Moreno and Carol Holloway, continued every Thursday, also J. Warren Kerrigan, a two-reel big western drama. EveryThursday. 1 JOHN HARRIS Adults, 17c: Children 10 Years Old, lie M,,t.,,H.. peeial Attraetion "YIRTTJOUS WIVES," TWO DAYS ONLY. ' Tuesday and Wednesday, F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 1 March 1919

4 I ( 1 Founded by W. B. Kin. Hepublican J'urty J The tihtp. AH 7i' Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. $1.60 Per Annum 'VOL. 28, KO. 20. DALLAS, TEXAS, , 8ATfcRDAY, 3L4RCH 1, 1919. PEICE FIVE CEXTS. t' 3 V if 1 -.! I WEST VA. I1EGR0ES GET EXTRA LARGE SJJGLDF POLITICAL PIE "BIRTH OF A NATION" RECEIVES FINAL BLOW, MANY NEW POSITIONS FOR COLORED CREATED BY LEGISLATURE, APPROPRIATIONS LIBERAL. COLORED MEMBERS ON IM PORTANT COMMITTEES. By .J. C. Gilmor. Charleston, W. Va., Feb. 24. The prohibition against the exhibition du ring the period of the war of the 'Blrth of a Nation," and similar pic tures and plays, put into eftoct last - summer by an order of the Executive State Council of Defense, wascon tinued definitely by the legislature, Thursday last, when it passed on a measure drafted by H. J. Capchart, one of the three Colored members of the lower house. The law pro vides as a penalty not only for ex hibiting but also for advertising such pictures and plays a fine of not more than $1,000 and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 1 March 1919

nvo THE' DALLAS EXPRESS, PALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1919. v I V TEXAS TOWNS SSITIIVRLE. Smithville, Texas, Feb. 27. Mrs. John Fishr, who was burned serious ly while making a fire In a furnace Ki h. ir.th died Monday night, Feb. 17th. Slio was a member of the Apostolic faith. Funeral was held Sunday, Fb. 23rd. Mrs. .Jtiliun Bluhemnre, an old citi tcii of this place died Thursday, Feb. 20th. She ws a member of Alt. PilKi'im i!aptit church.. .Shu lived the life as that of a pure Cliiiutlan. Funeral was heir Friday. Klder A Denman, officiated. .Sii'lilisted: Mrs. tlia Franks, Mrs. Mollis, Master C. Anderson, Prof. A. Johnscu visited lOranxo, last week. Mrs. a A. Moore went to Amoursvllle, to visit her brother Mr. jas. Smith. Elder J. V. B. Coins passed throuKh last week en route to Austin. Elder Dudley preached at West Point, Sunday. Mrs. Duiley and Mrs. Newman visited the sick ut Lockbart Mr. Newman made a living trip to San Marcos, Sunday on business. Mrs. O. H. Wormly of Ft Wo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 1 March 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1919 PAGE THREE OU 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 St. Louis, Mo Dept. A-12 KT STRAIGHTEN XT 1 kilNKY HAlii j 8taM llrtaiaf scat -LV 1 T'J II AM NAMING HH5M AMO 1 KlNUT HAB SOf T CLOStT HT 0T I i ANDUtfUAUUS AND WJT M I jl - io corn I I ifWTT WDOiT 4 V jl TEXAS TOWNS , ALTO. Alto, Texas, Feb. 27. Rev. E. M. Griggs filled his appointment at the BaptiBt church Sunday to the satls , taction of all who heard him. Dr. Sparks and mother of Terrell, are here at the bed side of Mr. Cur tis Sparks, who is reported very 111 at his home, but is better at this writing. Mrs. Emallne Franklin of Chapell Community was buried on the 23 inst w- in nniKnma nt I.uflrin was hare jar x-i. ii i uiBjiio v. " " .. on Thursday night In the ...

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

vxr.r. four THE DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS. TEXAS. SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1919. ' i 'V r i S O ; TIIK DALLAS EXPRESS fc ! B fc R NATIONAL NEGHO PRESS ASSOCIATION. r-..r.ith.-r'Jv"i-n . ,tujd' "r'a la -he y.r at 3G Swlaa Avanua. , by THH IIAI.I-A8 KtrRfU PUBLISHING COMPANY. (Incorporated) liullaa. Tutu. r.v Xark ni. Frost , rroat ' "omVro.t Fro.,. Boy 4iinnin omrr. FroKt & rroat Can- Hlr outre. -'ret Fmat ln-J.-,.-n.leiit Ut miilitlntf. a K1N. Kdltor J. It. JOItOAJf. Maaaaer. Ktoi-Vr at "T'oKt OMIce at Pallu. !. h wond-rlaaa !f ",,,,,'r rt nf onurriw. March. 187, IMI'OHTANT. N utHCripiln nllrt for ' rl..1 man llir.- month.. I'ayment 1 r -am-nint be 50 cent. .itMMIITIOM IK ADVAMCS5. 0 .r ....UJO ft Month. I" Jhrt-r Month.. fifta-l- i-fipy. KftTICH TO TDK FUMMU. Any oirpneoii. reflection upon the -har.t-r. MHncJlnit or reputation of ny pxruoii. firm or corporation apm-ar In th column, of The pall. Kxprrw will be fladly eor ,,,A upon It. brtnn brought to tht attention of the publl.hera. SAT...

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