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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, ...

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. — 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 C...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 10 January 1920

A "MOST DISTEfCTIYE WEEKLY DT AMERICA," A C05SEETATITE, I'ET FEARLESS CHAMTI05 OF JUSTICE. Founded b w. e. King. The Republican Party Is The . Skip, All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. - , - ja.oo Per Annum TOL. 28, NO. 11. - THE DALLAS EGRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS SATURDAY, JAMARY '10, lOJt PRICE . FITB CES'I'"' SECRETARY OF HAW PAYS HIE 10 BRAVERY OF COLORED MB SAYS AT ALL TIMES AMERICA DESIRES TO SEE NATIONAL MONUMENT ERECTED IN WASHINGTON (Associated Negro Press). Washington, J). C, Jan. 8. In be half of the movement for the erect ion of a monument in this city to comemorate the part Negro soldiers and sailors took in the war Secre tary of the Navy Daniels, making an addtess at Liberty Hut, said: "One night a zealous gentleman in the intelligence service came to iny had obtained evidence thai Pnu'-cian spies were offering large sums of money and hoped to 'Orsautao a Ne gro division of treasonable :ir.n to piactice sabotage. When I found, that Prussian enemies were relying upon organize...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 10 January 1920

PACE TWO THET DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1920. TAUGHT HIM MUCH Homely Philosophy of Great Benefit to Worried Man. FREE! FREE!! FREE I ! m 3 WEST VIIKJIMA ;OVKRXOR ASKS FOB SI'EilAI, .RAM JIKI TO L YKSTIUATE LV M'HIXJ. Charlestown, W. Va., Jan. 8. Gov. Cornwell rent a telegram to C. Cah pln, pronecutlnK attorney of Logan county, requesting him to obtain a special terra of the Logan County Court, and a speciul Grand Jury to investigate the circumHtancea attend lng the lynching of K. V. Whitfield and Karl Whitney, at Chapmans ville, W, Va. BLACK STAR LIN'F.R COMPLETES FIRST TRIP. (AsBociatotl Negro Press). Colon, Jan. 8. The Black Star Liner Yarmouth, manned by a Negro ciew with the exception of the first oillcer, and carryln six Colored pas sengers, arrived here from Kingston, Jamaica. The Boat, which Is Hie pioperty of the first steamship com pany to be owned entirely by Ne groes, -was given an vnthusinstlc re ception by thousands of people here. M:(iR0 OFFI...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 10 January 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1920. page titties FACTS ABOUT V. S. HANKS AXI) THBIFT STAMPS. I'. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR BIREAL' OF LABOR STATISTICS. Dallas, Texas, Jan. 8. Following the receipt of an ottlcal communica tion from the Treasury Department at Washington, the announcement was made today by Dlnsmore W. Hume, AssiBtaut Federal Director, that the 1!)20 Issue of Government savings stamps, thrift atamps and treasury savings certificates will be on sale January 1st at all postoffice 'and incorporated bands. Since the beginning of the thrift savings movement, which was adopt ed as a national war measure but Is now a permanent peace time pro gram if the government, savings stamps and certificates totaling $1,128,180,731 have been purchased American citizens of the eleventh federal reserve district. Within the last four months, especially, the amount of savings placed in these securities has been growing by leaps and bounds and the increasing de mand foi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 10 January 1920

V vxfiv four THE DALLAS EXPRESS, MtHBtR NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Fuhllahed every Saturday morolnc in the year at J60O Hwla Avenu. bjr TUB DALLAS EXPRKSS PTTBLIHHIKQ COMPART. (Incorporated) Dalit. Texas. - RfW Tri OfBce. Froet Frost 1 W. IBth Htreet. ' :ht-aKo oee Front Frort, Bojr M Building. Adnata. frce. Froat Froat. Can cer Hulldinn. haahTlllr liDlrr, Froat Front, In . dependent Ufa liulldlnit. SUBSCIlirTIOSIS IN ADVANCH. r Tear , i,,X Viz Month Thrw Mrintho JJJ Blnle Copy MOTICR TO THB PUDIJC any erroneou renecMon uD" eheraeter. .tandln or reputation of any p-raon. firm or corporation whlab appear n column of The Dallaa Emprea. will ba ldy " rac'ed upon It belnr brought to the attention of tha publlahera. Morea at Poet" Office at Palla. Taa. aa .eoond-olaaa matter, under Act of Consrreae. March, 187 IMPOBTAMT. Jn iubacriptlona mailed '0C,.tJrS! artod than three month. Payment or aame anuat ba ISO cent. j. H. JORDAN. Maar. THE DALLAS EXPRESS has never hoisted the white f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 10 January 1920

v THE DALLAS EXPRESS, PALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1& 20. PAGE FITE TEXAS SHERMAN. Sherman, Texas, Jan. 8. Misses Lois Jordan and Clara Boyd of Hills boro,' who spent Xmas holdays with their uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Lem Davis returned to their home morning of 4th inst. While here they were roy ally entertained at dinners given by Miss Amandy Southern. Mrs. L. C. Tatum. Repasts given .-by Miss Lu ciie Houston, Mines. Ida Southern and Rebecca Montillo at Mrs. Re becca Montillo, morning German at handsome Andrew's auditorium given by little Misses Lelthat Cornelius and Fannie Johnson. Grand repast given New Year evening night at residence of their uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Loin Davis, 418 North Rusk St. Mr. and Mrs. R. L? Crowe are dom iciled residence of Mrs. Robinson's 425 West" Jones street. The famous nVuce Stock Co., who played a 2 week's returned engage ment here In which nightly they played to S. R. 0 left 4th Inst., for 6 weeks' engagement In San Antonio, Son Bruce, the manage...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 10 January 1920

t THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 10. 19.20. . . . . 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 Term Moderate Diplomas Given Poro Corner Write Today for Further Information EDLbEl St. Louis, Mo. FREE Fashion Book Mailed Upon Request Real Human Hair All our wigs are hand made and strictly to order from maker to wear er. Wlw, transformations. switches, braids, and all other articles of hair goods. We carry the largest selection of straightening combs and hair dres sers' tools. The celebrated Mine. Baum's Pre parations which make the skin velvet-like, the hair silk-like. Postpaid US. Write for fatalism' MME. BAUM'S MAILORDER HOUSE 80 Fourets Avenue, New York City, When writing, mention this paper RICH IN TRADITION White House Replete With Ten der Human Memories. like one given more ffian a century ago to the Tunisian ambassador, who was...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 10 January 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY. JANUARY 10, 1920. PAGE 8ETEI "THE MAX OF THE HOIK." An Address Delivered By Dr. T. T. .McKlnncy In Honor of Hon. A. H. Terrell at the Odd Fellows' Dun. iuet In Denlson, Texas, Dee. 13, Ml). (Mr. Terrell is moving to Mem phis, Tenn., His Future Home) The man of the hour would be hard to find. We might look anions a million and fail to discover him. He Is not impossible, but ho is a rare specimen of human power. And he Is rare because he must fill the full measure of a devinely commis sioned leadership of his generation. Such a man is not found by search among the multitudes. He reveals himself as the morning sun reveals the glury of a new day. Ho Is neither discovered nor Introduced by other men. He is a man with a mis sion, and he comes endowed with a self-impelling power to fulfill It. He needs no messengers with spectacu lar announcements of his coming. He wants no heralds with trumpet and drum. He Is himself as the voice of one crying ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 10 January 1920

fAflE EIGHT THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 19 20. Some'- JFowns Ii Texas m.fUi Forney, Texas, Jan. 8. Sunday school was largely attended at alt churches Sunday. The Mt Zion Sunday school has elected new offl cers and among the new ones Bro. C. A. Smith was elected Supt. of the Sunday school and on the first Sun day of his presiding, the Sunday school raised $31.25 in Just oderly Sunday school. ' Rev. L. W. Mnckcy filled his pul pit Sunday -night and preacked a SKJtyful sermon. Mrs. S. J. PatUrscn was re-elected president of Uie B. Y. P. U. for an other year which means more pro gress In the union. Total raised Sunday at Mt. Zion $70.68. Rev. P. M. Mitchell was with his people Sunday. He has been all the week ' carrying on a holiday meeting, Little Klock Is marching on up to zion. Rev. Herron was at his post Sun' 4a and preached two strong er- mows, every pastor was at his post, the First Sunday In 1920 and iktt means more work done for Christ in 1920. Miss ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 17 January 1920

Pafl.-YptorPblr tr. HI M "MT BISTDfOTITK WEEKLY Ef AMEBIC V Mmdi4 bj w. a dm. The Republican Party 1$ The SJiip, All Else Is The Sea." -Fred Douglas - ' $2.00 Per Annum VOL. 20, NO. 15. THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS SATtltDAY, JAM'ARV 17, 1020 , ' fEICE ITVE CESTft I NEW NOTE OF HOPE SOUNDED BY STUDENTS OF NEGRO IN SOUTH SAYS PRESENT NEED IS FOR CO-OPERATION OF BEST MINDS OF BOTH RACES IN ORDER THAT STRICT JUS TICE BE METED. (Special Correspondence by v A. L. HOLSEY. Tuskegee, Ala., Jan. 15. One of the most notable groups ever gathered r.t Tuskegee Institute was the joint session of the Phelps Stokes Fellows and the University Races Commission which met here January 5th, 6th and 7th. Hie Phelps Stokes Fellows. . The Phelps Stokes Fellows are young men and' women students attending the Universities of Geor gia and Virginia whose expenses are being paid by the Phelps Stokes Fund. They are carefully selected students who are making a special study of some phase of the Negro problem...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 17 January 1920

rAGE TWO THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1920. til 5 Ml Wfel II l I . fj $3000.00 IN HARD I U i fll iifpn i nr i if I LASIlUIVm AWAY 1 (i Holidays Have Passed and m h'ACK in htiKlnPKa fri No doubt every one saw uui uituiuia xui uui Dig K contest soliciting orders for our Unique Bibles at i .... ... Pi zac ana ouc. we arrang ed the contest for the Christian ladies exclusive ly but there enrollment wncn'f' enfTinirtnf urnf. rant such elaborate prizes, M consequently we have re M vised our plans and solicit m the enrollment of everv- body, men, women, girls and boys. This is a Col ored enterprise, so let's make it a big success. Send ft your name and address to fi to the ( Unique Bible Distb. H Agency, Box 1265, El Paso, Texas, for instruct H ions at once. Note our y prizes, some Jack. 1st prize ...l. $1000.00 I 2nd prize 600.00 H 4th prize 250.00 5th prize 6th prize 150.00 100.00 I ft 7th prize f 8th prize ..... fj 9th prize m 10th prize fj 11th prize y 12th p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 17 January 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1920. PAGE TITTt EE A delightfully perfumed hair dressing made especially to be used with the irons us ail ASUWtKfOR PREPARATION FOR THE COL. YOUNG URGES FORMING LEGION POSTS. Boston, Mass., Jan. 15. The Ameri can Legion was recommended as the most potent influence for justice the Negro can tlo to by Col. Charles Young, rankinir Colored officer in tho United States Army, in an ad dress before a Colored audience that filled Tremont Temple. Col. Young was the main speaker at the open session of the Omega Psl Phi fra ternity called to discuss the aspira tions of the. race and the duties of the race to America. While the other speakers urged that Colored people assert their rights of citizenship and abandon re actionary leaders, Col. Young found this theme, America's expectations from the Negro. "The black, quota, which we as a group must add to American life, will include the spiritual and cul tural things, " he said "While we wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 17 January 1920

page fouii THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1920. THE DALLAS EXPRESS, MEMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday morning in tbe year at 2600 bwie Avenue. by CHB DALLAS EXPHNSS PVBI.I8H1NO COM TAUT. (Incorporated) Dallas, Texas. Hew Yerk OHlce, Frost Ik Frost II ri. ZSth Ptreet. Chleae Offlee. Froit Frost, Boy c Building. Atlxnta 4mr, Frost A Frost, Can- ler JiulldlBK. Nashville OIBrr. Froet ft Frost In 4pndent Life Building. ISUISIIUTJON IN .ADVANCE. One Year $2.00 Six Montha $1.00 Three Months .75 Single Copy 05 NOTICE) TO TUB PUBLIC Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of ny person. Arm or corporation wmn snav appear In the columns of The Dallas Express will be gladly cor rerted upon Its being brought to tbe attention of the puoiisnera, tr...r. . Post Oitloe at Dallas, Texas, as second-class matter, under Act of Con (Trees, jaarcn. iai. IMPORTANT. Wo subscriptions mailed lor a less eertod than three mont...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 17 January 1920

A charm fro mthe skies seems to THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1920. PAGE FIVK SOLIDARITY IN I'OLITICS XEW SliOG.W OK NEGRO. t (Continued from page 1). thirteen principles, and it is sur prises to the "Gentleman from a necessity for having to 3eck recog nition in so many different places. .Although St. Louis is regarded as inore or less southern, that same platform of prinoiples could 'well he adopted by 95 per cent of the Ameri can el'ies. Certainly not more than five per cent of the American com munities give' anything approaching jubt consideiation lo their loyal Col ored constituencies. It's a down right shame, hut nevertheless true. The Washington Eagle, In an edi torial following the session of the National Republican Committee, la mented the condition in which the race finds itself politically. The Eagle stated that the best the lead ers of the race could get was stand ing room at one opening session, and that none were "pointed on any of the importa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 17 January 1920

riGx six THE DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1920, 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 Write Today for Further Information "PBHEJEBBEEiE Poro Corner St Louis, Mo. CALVERT tmfm BAItlES 1HE LOW WAGES IS CAUSE Washington, Jan. 15. In his annu al report Secretary of Lalor Wilson includes the oft-repeated statement by the children's bureau, an affiliate of his department, that low waxes la responsible (or the deaths of ba bies. , ' It is stated that over 200,000 ba bies less than 1 year old die annually and that these infant deaths are con trolahle almost without exception. . "Poverty is a constant condition of the highest infant molality rates and the rates steadily Improve as income increases to a (food living standard," says the report. "More thun liioo mothers die yearly from caimes Incident to chi...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 17 January 1920

PAGE SETZI Si f I'HK .OLIK II A I.N OF Tilt WORLD. te THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1920. SSSS2SS Has !. v - -.T-T-V 111 ill fiw III 1 T. E.TOLAN III III 111 HI III 11 . if M u u u n ij ill g A great "fuss" la being made ubout signing the "Treaty' which is no "I'uss" at all. Tlie hl( "fUHs" in Texas ami Oklahoma Is GOLDEN CHAIN of the WORLD Hesldes business It lias a heart. You pay $t).20 a yeni you pet about $300.00 In ease of death, $200.00 right now, the balance at the (Jimid Lodge, August each year. The Chain can't use fiuure-heail olllcers. Kvcry ollicer has his part to play. Men behind the "(inn" Golden Chain "Gun" SII'KK.MK SKXATK AND OFFICERS. T. K. TO LAN, Supreme Knight Dallas J. R. JORDAN, V-Supreme Knight, Dallas H. H. HOPKINS, Tast Supreme Knight Camp Switch J. W. JEFFREY, Supreme Secretary, Dallas O. B. CLAIBORNE, Supreme Treasurer, Dallas REV. F. B. LAKEY, Supreme Chaplain, Dallas ELI WILLIAMS, Supreme Tilot, Tyler J. E. WILLIAMS, Supreme In...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 17 January 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS. SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1920 PAGE EIGHT TEXAS CYCLONE" VIIGKS PASTORS TO PREACH THE NEED OK OK PAVING 1"OIJj TAX. S - X J" " "V i' ' 3s, : ' ,. . ..- : ' . . ' ' 1 " ' I :' 1 - ' A . ' v'-" f . ' ! i : 5 -s r ' H;. .. ;-;-.,v-.vi--'v::v . 'S.,;,, ,, ... " " " ... . ' servico orer sea and wai en route to make his home. Little Joyce Lee Gantt, of 2426 Caddo, entertained her fourteenth birthday, January 7th, many of her classmates of the first year were present and other playmates and many useful little presents were presented to her and all wishing her many happy ' birthdays, the menu composed of nut salad, Ice cream and cake. m rciifA ii rif AU ii ii n fninf iriai ' IX XX I .111 IMIKJII IiniuIIIN II II lli II 111 II 1.1 II II 11 Am Am mum mr mmmm-trmmm m, m m m z kvpbb aB k ot. r f a POLL TAX CAMPAIGN Y DALLAS JiltAM H X. A. A. C P. To the Colored ministers of the gospel of the different denomina tions of Texas. There is a duty that confronts you In y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 24 January 1920

;-?'; FaiJ Yohr Foil TaX Mo, daijfi "MOST DISTDTCTIYE WEEKLY nr AJEEEICA." A CONSERVATIVE, TET FEARLESS CHAMTI05 OF JUSTICE. Fcunded by W. B. King. The Republican Party Is The Ship, All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. 2.00 Per Annum VOL. 27, NO. 10. THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS HATUUUV, JANUARY 24,1920 PRICE FITE CE3TM 4 1 8 - 1 6 -a- 1 Yyler urges definite AC-TION IN POLITICS. Says Republicans Should Show Where They Stand by Plank in Platform For Negroes. Dy Ralph W. Tyler In many way the Impending pres idential campaign mnrt deeply con cerns the Colored people In the United State than any previous one since the adoption of the 14th and 15th amendments to the constitution. The accumulating evidence of in creasing persecution of the race In the South, and discrimination in the North, and the apparent "leave it alone" policy of the party with which we have lone been adulated, and which has had our practically solid support in national elections, ab a bearing on those (ittestlons...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 24 January 1920

rAGK TWO THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1920. 3 Preparations fftou want Beatify of wmpex!Ofzffaopvf7ess'oi MtfmMmaMfJterWorf(f ffcjowiedEfefPppatfffom. 0ftCrtOAS OAf VliY BOTTLE J cm IS SEAL IS UNBROKEN 7 I COCO CD MM WNISHINS LBIAA WlC.JWallterj! atsNSltf&CKtsH 5? J! V1L . 1 v . i s -i i iiiiuxjLUi.ii hi uui if iniiiiiiiii itiiiiujut 1 1 in Li it i LUiiiiiujijiiiiiuuuiini juijjjjiji ''Ml.,u. . iviAa l i m I nil -1 pjuuu.uu in ii a n is u CASH GIVEN AWAY J Holidays Have Passed and i back to business No doubt every one saw our circulars for our big contest soliciting orders for our Unique Bibles at 25c and 50c. We arrang ed the contest for the Christian ladies exclusive ly but there enrollment wasn't sufficient to war rant such elaborate prizes, consequently we have re vised our plans and solicit the enrollment of every body, men, women, girls and boys. This is a Col ored enterprise, so let's make it a big success. Send your name and address to to the Un...

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