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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 24 January 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1920. ;t . rA7 V.H'-5J-- :. a W - J K.I . 'W . I W Ift v m W. m r i . A delightfully perfumed hair dressing made especially to be 29$ MADAM PORTIA WASHINGTON PITTMAN STUDIED IN BERLIN MRS. M ADIOI JMO CAItTKK H.UVKIXS, TUB VOCALIST who sixes tiii;swi:i;tso- l'lt.WO, KI'KCI.IMZKS IX SKW YOHK ASl) CHICAGO. riSOF. J. T. FOX XOTKD TOUCHDOWN OX THK HOW ARD TKAM. By N. "VV. Hariioe. It is a rarety when one of America so fortunate prior to the abstainnient of the American people and that of the Emper ial Germany, to have the high privilege of studying in Ber lin, this good fortune came to the daughter of the late Booker T. Washington has been mis understood In his lofty views of the higher training since he ad vocated industrial training for the masses, rather that men should ;be trained in accordance with the. prevailing industries in .their location. He was emphat ic and even outspoken along this line. He was anxious that the Color...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 24 January 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1920. rAGE TWO iWE NEED ACTION, NOT ARGUMENT. j-r. , i i 1 1 1 . i . t iii i 1 m m m F5' fftou VA Gbmpexfc:t TT ; 1 L .1 5 JTS X,'. ' . -TAX i - '- x never hoisted the white "iti'aj x neither bu It been disgraced X X by the yellow streak. It Is not 2 affiliated with the flannel mouth. It Is a plain, every day, sen- t slble, conservative newspaper, which trims no sail to catch the passing breeze; flies no doubtful flag. It professes a patriotism as broad as our country. Its love of even hand- 2 ed justice covers all the ter ritory occupied by the human race. This is pretty high ground, bat we live on it and are prospering. Boys of the press come up and stand with us. This ground Is holy. W. B. KINO. ne is fast approaching when the opportunity will be given put to the real test, the oft boasted consideration of the Re- ty for Its Negro constituency. State conventions are now ud. 1'omicians irom me iour curnen ...,.... - lg to pu...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 24 January 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS. SATURDAY, JANUARY 24. 1920, PAGE FIVE PASSING OF A GREAT YOUNG WOMAN The sweet and beautiful life of Mrs. T. K. Price left he at her home In Mexla, Jan. 6th, Alexia, Texas, Jan. 22, 1919. 1920. She had been 111 since i summer of 1919. She tried hard to live. Her friends and loved ones and the skillvof the best physicians obtainable tried to help her to live. She attempted to battle as a heroine with death at times by trying to do her chores. In November, she went from her home to Codsicana, Tex as, with her husband to attend the Teachers' State Association. He having been president of the association at the time. Teach ing was her profession and seem ingly the crowning point of her life's work came whileshe was attending the greatest ' meeting of the state that the teachers have, while her husband was the president. She attended the morning session of the first day, return to her room, took ill, and was never seen In pub lic any more. Mrs. Price wa...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 24 January 1920

f AGE SIX THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1920. OUR NEW HOME ST. f R DNj Kentucky G. 0. P. Names Negro Delegate-at-Large. ''endutonTave 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 Poro Corner St. Louis, Mo. Louisville, Ky., Jan. 22. Every Republican who has a public ax to grind or Is fearful lest the ax which some one else Is grinding will fall on his neck in casting his eyes toward Frankfort. The impelling motive is that the legislature convenes Tuesday at noon. A. T. Hert, of Louisville, will have no opposition for re-election as National Cora mitt eeman in the Republican State Convention early this spring. He undoubtedly will be one of the four delegates from the state at large to Chicago. Another with equal certainty will be Governor Edwin P. Mor row and the present plans of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 24 January 1920

" 'ii run ww-1? THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 24. 1920. PAGE -1 v 3BC2&lftCi3llC2SillC2ai THE (.OLDKN t'HAl.N OF THE seKSsfJeSE3ssaz3Se gjfaW " eaxtaa fc I 1 1 " i' gSM I I J ill T. A great "fuss" is being nmde about signing the "Treaty" which is no "fuss" at all. The big "fuss" in Tevus anil Okliihoina Is GOLDEN CHAIN of the WORLD hands more frequently than we do. If you are leaving a man after tea to meet at dinner it is customary to shake hands. E. TOLAN llesides busincNH It has a heart. You pay $0.20 a year you get about $500.00 in case of death, $200.00 right now, the balance at the Grand Lodge, August each year. The Chain can't use figure-head officers. Every officer has his part to lay. .Men behind the "Gun" Golden Chain "Gun" i THE LAW Liverpool policemen are, in view of the war casualties, amazingly large and mellow. The city, likt all great seaports, has its very tough distiicts, and it surely doesnt hurt a policemen here v to be fit for in stant...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 24 January 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1920. PAGE EIGHT Great Folk Song Festival. 300 Trained Voices, Folk Songs and Classics-Two 1 Nights, Mon. and Tues., March 1st and 2nd, Lity Hall Auditorium, Lianas, i cajs YYY - O ' 1 f :' Jacksonville. Texan, Jan. 22. Bun day wu High Day for all church goer. Huv. I. T. Willi pastor of llenon Chapel C. M. K. church wan with hi peoplo Sunday and preached an ablrnun to a larao congrega tion at the II o'clock service and at night Rev. K. O. Youn I. K of Palestine, preached an excellent ser mon. Wedding bell rang heavy and loud arid the matrimonial plrit ran high in the city; the following per n were Joined In Holy Honda of Wedlock: Mr. D. Stewart to Ml I-enn Thoma, Mr. Sylvester Gaston to Mis (Jolda Price: Mr. O. J. UuW to Minn Sallle Lnckhart: Mr. 11. M. Bandera to Ulna Julia Campbell. Sun day evening, Hev. 8. A. Ilenson olll clalcd. Ml Ma Emma Patrick of Long vlew I in the city visiting her me ter. Mm. Mary Tatuin. Mle Willie ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 31 January 1920

H8FB PAY VIBIS POLL TM lOlflV . "MOST DISTEfCTITE WEEKLY A COKSEBYATTYE, IET FEARLESS CHAMFI05 Of JUSTICE. BOEffi. BE AMI8EB. . , Fooadnrw!mi. The epui,iican Parly IThe8hipy All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. v ' , iibo Per Annum XOU 27, NO. 17.. ; J THE DALLAS EXPHESS, ' DALLAS, TEXAS SATUKDAY, JAXUAltY 81, 1020 tUCK WTB CE3T& NEW NEGRO "MO VIE" CREATES SEN SAT10N IN "CHI." STORY IS BASED ON AC TUAL CONDITIONS IN AMER ICA: REAL INCIDENTS RE PRODUCED TO ATTEMPT TO COMBAT PROSCRIPTION Chicago. Jan. 81. "Within Our Oaten," the big race problem play, by Qscar Michcaux, the author of "The Homesteader." was shown- the flrHt time any where in public at Hammond'H Vcndomt one of the moiit magnificent moving picture theatre In the country. Dut the picture had a trying time before the public had an opportunity to follow the threads of the story, as they listened to the strains of Incidental music especially arranged and played by Tate's symphony ochestra. At the Chicago Hand of Movie Cen...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 31 January 1920

PACE TWO THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1920. 1 -V I!!!! m Si 6 i lOl.il si; i tit n"" W 'in t ITASCA. Itasca, Texas, Jan. 29. Not withstanding the inclement weather, Sunday school was fairly well attended. Mrs. Blalr 'dled here Saturday, Jan. ' 24th was burled by Revs. Moore and Woods. She leaves a mother, husband and seven children. Mrs. ' Bessie McOInnls of this place and sister, Mrs. Josle John son of Mayfleld, returned from Okmulgee, Okla., where they had been to visit their sick mother. Mrs. Ann Connor spent Tues day and Wednesday n Waco, with her husband. Sick listed this week: Miss Lou Winn, Mr. Norman, Master Joe Allen -Connor and Mrs. Ben Standlfer. The B. Y. P. U., had a splendid session Sunday evening. Little Misses Ruth Scott, Clara Miller and Loletta Connor won a deal of applause by the rendition of their song, Come out and hear the little tots. WEATIIKRKOfll). .. Weatherford, Texas, Jan. 29. Rev, Jordan was at his post Sun day' evening and pr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 31 January 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY. JANUARY 31, 1920. FACTS THT8HJ fS-'f'.',?'. ij..- A Tmi l I in, .itt ;.. Ifi.fV.i I. ii i mm, MB yr 1 ?M:M RffBffMfffe . ir J Z7A K-:: I S V 1 r hi A. delightfully perfumed hair dressing made especially to be used with the irons 'vit as a gloss giving the xtT.?--jjv hair a natural soft and silken lustre. A i d n $355V'fl Pomade is the ONLY pre- K'i-rK?:l-''? V-v-Vyi . nnffinn enM flint will lropn ASW'i the hair in desired position iCAAafl! m any sort ot weather or climate, ji you nave never tried it, do so and you will be convinced it is just what you need. Aida Pomade can also be used as a daily hair dressing making rough hair soft and pliable. For sale by all druggists. K SUPERIOR PKEPARATf tor wmmmm l'l'HOKIili. Purcell, Okla., Jan. 22. Mr. W. M. Stones of Branham, Tex as was In our city last week visiting his brother. Mrs. Annie Jefferson made a flying trip to Chlckasha, Okla., last week. Mrs. Llna Dally and Miss Zader Hawkins has ret...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 31 January 1920

PAGE FOUR THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1920. THE DALLAS EXPRESS, . MtMBEH NATIONAL NBGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. uhllsbed every Saturday moral it( a the year at KOO Hwlsa Aniut by rmO DALLAS ETWWtl PUBLIBHIBQ COM PAST. (Incorporated) Dallas. Texas. lcw Torfc Oflle, Froat froat M W. Sth Street Cklrasr Olltn, Front A Froat. Boy t Bulletin Atlanta Oftlne, Froat Froat. Can tier Bulldln. Naskvllia Oltire. Froat A Proat In lHendeot 1-J.fe Building. SUBKCItlTIOX IN ADVANCE. One Year. ....$2.00 Six Months $1.00 Three Months ..... 75 Single Copy 06 WOTIOH TO IHH PUBLIC. Any arronaoua reflection upon tb eharacter, standing or reputation of ny person, firm or eorporatton whlgh ana? appear tn the oolunna of Tba tOallas kiprM will be gladly cor rected upon tta being brought to the attention of tne publisher. Entered at Poat Office at Dalian. Texaa. as aeoond-claaa matter, under Act of Conirre March, 187. IMPORTANT No subscriptions mailed for a lea period than three months....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 31 January 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, JAJNUARY 31, 1920. PAGE FIVE Seme Towns Iri Wems PINELAND. Pineland, Texas, Jan. 29. Sunday school was good Sunday at all churches. Services were good at the C. M. E. church, Rev. D. S. Smith was at hlB poBt of duty. Three persons were united with the church Sunday. The Baptist people are having a soul stlr lng revival in Pineland, there are nine souls already saved. Mr. R. Wade and Miss V. A. Caddy have return from Beuamont. ROSEBUD. Rosebud, Texas, Jan. 29. Supt. "Ruffln was at his poet at 9:30 a. m., as usual with other officers. Regardless of the in clement weather many students were seen winding their way through the mud of the city to service.-- We are glad to have Mr. and Mrs. Teals as residents of the city. A timely address was delivered to the Colored school by Rev. A. G. Harris. A 27.50 volume of reference works have been purchased for the city school li brary. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Louis McCoy, a 9 pound boy. Mr. Frank House is ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 31 January 1920

V TAGI SIX THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1920. Bonham. Money raised Sunday at First Baptist . church was 136.26. Rev. L. H. Hearvy, pas tor. Rev. G. E. Patterson was not here Sunday. OUR NEW HOME j OEM UN POMADE DRESSING r : 'fee 'A f iM'MfcpfifeT fit rap :parap P2;!.v?;i sSa - 25,000 MORE PORO AGENTS WANTED Equipped with the Very Latest Apparatus for Teaching the Poro System of Scalp and Hair Culture Term Moderate Poro Corner ITALY. Italy, Texas, Jan. 29. Rain or nine, reporter Devreaux will have your paper. Now have your nickel. The following loft for Waxa hachle: Messrs. Robt. Walker, John Adams, Smith and James Shelton. The above men are from Corslcana, all except Mr. Shelton, who Is of this place. School Notes The school Is progressing nicely with Trlnclpal A. W. McDonald, teaching the elementary and high school grades and Miss 9. S. Simpson teaching the primary grades. At tendence has been fine during ' the past bad weather. See the agent for' the pa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 31 January 1920

""v..----- c, r-.x-- -.-..'-.-'rT-;v.n'- - THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1920. PAGE gETM if I I " .1 I I m I Si t !! 1 5 -.'' t f? 1 1. 1 1 1 k I l! ! j It i I Si 't H I i : - I. I1 urn tsstti i i a oj gM i art r q S..,I IS MUSIC IN THE EAR, HAPPINESS IN THE SOUL. T5 y III I GULDEN CHA pnfl 1 HI II 111 Pi 111 appjM to prusper ll ill I TO HEAR ABOUT THIS FAMOUS LIVE WIRE OF THE WORLD i.irv til"1 T. K. TOI.AN I ft IL ps. iS.F'Vn-i.!"r::-? " u.&ati Jib -tr X G. C. O. W. i i i i i a ' i oik:Tt-jy'- i?"' The Golden Chain of the World, is an Inspiration from on liifch. The founder of this "Wire" worked diligently for more than two years to bring forth and give to tlie people an Institution that was long wanted to supply the needs of the times, quick re lief to a stricken home of death. Mr. T. K. Tolan, the founder of The Chain, invited Jisus Christ to bo his helper who feel and know that the Uivine and mantle of faith from the unseeiiiK hand was laid upon th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 31 January 1920

PAGE EIGHT THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1920. Great Folk Song Festival. 300 Trained Voices, Folk Songs and Classics Two Nights, Mon. and Tues., March 1st and 2nd, City Hall Auditorium, Dallas Texas Y Y !1 i ill !) ! I! MRS. MIXXIK CALHOUN-JOHN-SON DEAD. " Mrs. Minnie Calhoun-Johnson, beloved wife of Mr. Horace A. Johnson departed this life Jan. Ith, 1920, at the home of her mother's Mrs. Mlttle Calhoun, W. Queen street. She went there on Christmas day to be present at the family re-union. She took sick, the early part of the night. Medical Aid was summoned, but failed to give her relief. On the morning of Jan. 6th, she was operated on and continued to grow worse until the angels came an(j released her of her sufferings. Minnie, was born 1893, at Henderson, Texas. Her funeral was attended Jan. 11 at True Tine Baptist Church and her body was laid to rest in Pleas ant Grove comotery. She leaves a husband, mother, two sisters, three brothers, a number of othe...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 31 January 1920

THE .DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY. JANUARY 31, 1920. PAGE NINE kma appenings KVEniTHIXa FITTO PRINT J. A1,HA AUXIN, City Editor LAST CHANCE TODAY Today (Saturday) 1 the last day with which to pay -your poll tax. Colored men if there ever wan u time when your support wan needed in now. jerubloms are to bo solved, uuestuns of vital importance to .be considered and these uuestlons can only be determined by the ha lot. Soldier and sailors may set their exemption by presenting their a my discharge. Aged men over sixty may apply tor exemptions. Gentlemen get busy, tuduy Is the last day, fay now. The N. A. A. C. P. member were very active Monday sending spokes men to the various theatre to encour age payment of poll tax. Ihls is a worthy move of the Association. . This organization, is really bringing things to boar. ' Mrs. Lucy Gilbert vho has been very' sick at her home 210S Flora street Is up again to the delight of her . friends. Mr. Otta Wilson Is down with flu al;the home ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 31 January 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 1920. 13 21ST AicraiAL liass riEO c? the. mora COLORED CaPMMGE. wnx, i:i:;i at ni:w hope iuitist ciiiitcir, Sunday, fkb. ist, mao, ox couxion ov iwhjkl and san jacinto stueets I IH, A. 8. JACKSON, D. ., Pastor. . The public in Invited to tie present, every churcn and every pastor Ik invited to be present, . The Jubiloo singers from the Orphan Home will be present all day and render ft program at New Hope In the afternoon. White friends are Invited to be present. The Dickson Colored Orphanage and Industrial School will lay out a now program for 1920. MIOGRAM k Sunday 8:30 p. nt. Sons Scripture Reading and I'rajer Sodk . Solo (Better known as Odessa Stewart, Address '. This annual rueeting is held years ago by Rev. A. 3. Jackson, pastors to urge upon their congregation to be present. D. P., Pastor. ' ' A. S. JACKSON, D. Dn Pastor ' W. L DICKSON, President and General Manager of Orphanage. KX-SOUUEUH NOTICE. Vou are entitled to vote ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 14 February 1920

St Ml I a) M08T DISTDfCTITE WEEKLY DT AJEEMCA." . A COJiSJEEYATIYi:, IET FEABLIS3 CHAJ4TI0H OF JUSTICE. n ) : .M I! Fcundod by W. E. Kins. .The Republican Party Is, The Ship, All, Else la The Sea," Fred Douglas. 12.00 Per Annum VOL. 87, NO. 18. THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS SATIKDAL FEBBIAKV 11, M Ann 11 L ' 7, Mf-nnT-ii AnoniMTrn xn rriri ill i p n ri a run on n if mo . t-JiH . f..v urr y m i n i ,u ; u b i i.lii hulu ni i uibu nu i u isli 'uyb.iuniu. nij u iyysi i Eiiun r ' ' -V : "' ... : . . f DEAN WILLIAM PICKENS JOINS ' ' . STAFF OF N. A. A. CP. NOTED ORATOR RESIGNS AS DEAN OF MORGAN COL " LEGE TO DEVOTE HIMSELF TO ORGANIZATION. The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, 70 Fifth Avenue, New York, announce that William Pickens has resigned a Doan, of Morgan College to Join the Association's staff and will devote his entire time to the organization of Negroes throughout the United States. , , No orator of the race Is, so well Known to Colored Americans ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 14 February 1920

7" FACE IV 0 1 ' fx 3 frZ"" S: :: ms siS; ss::, xST' i Some JFewns iB' Texas v V I rl.MITHVIIXU. Pmlthvllte, Texas, Feb. 12. Mr. I). N. Smith vlRllod here Saturday. Mrs. A. C. McKrU, Mrs. L. Hodge, Mrs. h. A. Crime and Mm. A. C. Wyinan of Bastrop, vinltcd Mrs. M. M. AndciKon here who Is very sick. The flu ia mitlng, but the Binall Vox Ik Hoiiifcwhat abated. Mr. LewlH was kllli'd at Tliorndala and burled here Sunday. Mr. John Head vialt eti relatives la Lockhart, last Satur day. KOl'R I.AKK. Sour Lake, Texas, Feb. 12. Mr. Ella BouMIn tecclved a message last week that her BlHter, Mrs. L. Crater of New Orleans was very 111. Mro. Mrs. M. h. Hooker spent a few days In Hounton, last week. Mrs. P. Deurmon returned from Hull, ln.'tt week. Mr. Ida Jack non of Hull was railed to the bed- Plde of her daughter Mrs, Corlnne rh.rHnn IMMI.AXU. IMneland, TexaH, Feb. 12. Sun day schools wore Kood at all church-t-s Sunday. Itev. D. S. Hmlth was at his pout of duty and preached a soul Btirrlng sermon ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 14 February 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1920. FiCT! TT HAVE YOU BEEN ENUMERATED? ' If not, or if you have any doubt, fill out tlfts coupon and mail at once to' , W. L. CHEW, Supervisor of Census, , Chamber of Commerce, Dallas, Texas. . I live at the address given below, but to the best of my knowledge I have not yet been counted by the census enumerators. Name Street No..- j ......member of my family have not been enumerated (Give number) ' ' hi (Give number) ,' at my house, has not been enumerated. Every member of your family roomers who may live, in your house and servants who may live in the rear should be re ported if they have not been counted. HELP MAKE DALLAS THE BIGGEST CITY IN TEXAS WHITAKER'S CAFE 1609 Jackson Street. Bigger, Brighter and Better than ever. Meals to suit the pocket book and in connection. Tables supplied with the best the market af fords. Service unexcelled. We want your trade. ENOS WHITAKER, Prop.... Seme JFewns Ir spexas t f FEItRIS Ferr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 14 February 1920

r.u.r, ioi h THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1920. THE DALLAS EXPRESS, IM t .v. B 6 f rTONAL NEGR AS'--OClATI( 0 PRESS ON. !viiV ;tnb'"l every Saturday mornlna; lai t!;e yar at Kwlas Avenue, by VHM l)LL EH'""" PC BUSHING COMPANf. (Incorporated) lall.. Texas. Irn Tork "tiiiee, Knul A Frost l iv". JStb Street. r.i,ffHo otn-o-. Front Front, Boy OA BulMini? thnia otnoo. Fr-,,st Front. Can- flrr Ullililln. Srohvttlr XUee, Frout, A Front, In Wrotem Uf J'.iiiMlng. SU1SCKITIOX IX ADVANCE. One Year $200 Six Months $1.00 Thre Months 75 Single Copy - 05 notice to nra rvuvw. ny erroneous reflection upon the el.rotr. stsndlna; or reputation of t -t ixrnon. firm or corporation whluh sn apnenr In the columns of The !'!n Kxpross will be Bladly cor r. id npon lt blnif brought to the attention of the publishers. PTntoreil at Pout Omen at Dallas, Texas, sn second-class matter, under Act of Congress. March. Milt. IMPORTANT No MihxrrlptlonH mailed for a less period than three m...

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