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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 14 February 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS," DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14. 1920. FMiK FIVJ5 Some Texas Towns LADONTA Ladonia, Texas, Feb. 12. Services were well attended at the First Bap tist church. - Rev. C. H. Pryor preach a good sermon at 11 o'clock. Rev. L. D. Green preached a wonderful sermon at 3:30. The C. M. E. Sunday x School will have a rally ' the first Sunday In March for the 'repairing of the church. Rev. J. A. Tyler was unable to All his appointment at pleasant Grove Sunday night -on ac count of illness. Mrs Dr. Hawkins of Dallas sang to a crowded bouse Friday night at the C. M. E. church Both white and Colored would like to have her come back again. Miss EI Clart, who is teaching at Bed Frankln was at home visiting rel atives last week. Miss F. E. Orient is in the city the gueBt of Mr. an J Mrs. E. S. Clark. Miss Delia Ful ler of Tulsa, Okie., Is In the city. Mrs. Gladis Yeager was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. C Clark. The W. H. S. will serve dinner at W. H. Walker's barber shop Sat...

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. — 14 February 1920

JrAc.a six THE PALL A3 EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1920. v OUR NEW HOME V ' ' : ' ' """"" ' FIFTY TKARS OF FREEDOM COM PARED WITH TWO Hl'KDUKU AM) FIFTY YEARS OF MKKY1 II DE. A RACE BOR J A DAY REACHES THE A(JAE OF FIFTY FIVE. A REMARKAKLE .PROGRESS ALO.U ALIi LINES OF ENDEAV ORS LAND OW.NEH IX ERA THE SIZE OF IRfcLAND. 25,000 MORE PORO AGENTS WANTED Equipped with the Very Latest Apparatus for Teaching the Poro System of Scalp and Hair Culture anl all Branches of Beauty Culture Term Moderate Diplomas Given Poro Corner Write Today for Further Information St Louis, Mo. SemeJPownsInsPexas V V V COLORED LAWYER WW LEGAL BATTLE IX HOUSTON COl'RT. ' Houston, Texas. Fob. 12.A deaf of laudable comment by both whit and Colored spectators Is bMns made ,n the ukillful and rucccfrI'uI hand ling of the Nolan case by Attorney U V. Allen In tlio 8tU DiHtrlet Court on Monday last. Attorney Allen was ably assisted by Attorney W. M. C. Dickson, another most learned lawyer vof the ra...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 14 February 1920

fAGB 6ETES DEPARTMENT FOR WOMEN MOTTO: i "To live and learn and be all that not harms distinctive Womanhood" Tennyson THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11. 1920. u A MOMENT WITH THE CONDUCTOR ttt rrwrnrm T TaTi Throughout the lnngth and . breath of our country thlB week, there ha been a wide spread homage paid to Lincoln." The Flrat American. Thurs day. February 12th, being the oc casion of hla one hundred and elev enth blnthday anniversary. No white American ahould hold a more revered place in thev heart and devotion of the Negro woman than Abraham Lincoln. Why should this be, true? In your own avay I m quite sure you have already answered this question. What one of us as she alts and nestles her bright eyed babe In her arms and kisses Its soft brown velvety cheek, but has not sdmetime In her reveries, pictured that mother, known In fiction as "Fllza." How whpn she hears the conversation bearing to her the aw ful news your baby Ik to be sold your child Is to be ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 14 February 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1920. aem n m m i M !!!!! ! tttt it it ttttittl! The Yarmouth, owned and operated exclualvely by NVgroea, put out from Sttw York for Havana, Jan. 15, but turned back for "repairs" when only two daya out. ' It la understood however that the. cargo haa aince ben releaaed, but the boat and ita crew will be closely guarded by prohibition officers tilt it weighs anchor. CZIVS Cr THE PA3THEII CITY it ' - pi::l r. itzizm, mum, sistf calkces mzn t.Z not read it. Mr. Charlie Mullln I had a narrow escape Monday when I his car ran Into a post on East Sth street and broke It down, break ing the -wind shield, though he was not hurt. Mrs. Etta Bolden has returned from visiting relatives in Idabell and Oklahoma City. Mrs. Amle Young from Dalian was In tho city Sunday visiting: Mrs. Sanders, 1012 E. 16th street. Mr. It. H. Durham from Albuqurque, N. M., paused through here Sunday en route to Corsicana, Texas, with the remains of his wife. He...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 14 February 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1926. 4t7 ttttttttttf DEAD HAN COMES LXXXXXX. Announcing THE OPENING OP THE OFFICE OP it,44 44444444444444444 TO LIFE. y4i tTTfttfHWtftlflltW1 mi tt Y DR. E. L WARD PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Roonj 2(5 Pythian Temple Phone X 5378 Residence H; 5257 Odlce Hours: 9 a. in. to 12 in. 3 p. m. to 5 p. m. Residence 2U2J Thomas Avenue .44.,tititt,!,liiiiZ Dcnings EVERYTHING FIT TO PRINT J. ALBA AUSTIN, CItjr Editor Mr. Walter Berry who Is now cm ployed . )n Detroit, Mich.. is In the city vwitlng his family at 2616 Flora . street Mrs. M. M. Green, wife of Mr. , Matthew Green 1936 Margurete street, who, has been dangerously ill - for several weeks was removed Wedncs day night to 2006 Crump street Fort Worth, the home 0f her mother. Mrs. Fannie Ella White of Chicago, III., who has been visiting friends and relatives In the city- since the hol idays, contemplates leaving soon for her home. Mrs. White is a member of the choir of Olivet Baptist ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 14 February 1920

TACE TEX .. THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1920 CITY LOCAL Bro. 'Oosten and sister Lucy King on the eame street Mr. Maloy on Mocking Bird Lane Is very sick. SALEM BAPTIST (HIRCH. Rev. L. B. Bklnner, D. D.t Pastor. Sunday school a a umial up to the standard. 11 o'clock services con ducted by Rev, Miles of tills city. He preached a soul sttrrng sermon. Rev. Darnell of Booker Washington Addition conducted the 3 o'clock services which was a great success. The object of the meeting was to raise money far the many sick peo ple throughout the neighborhood and community around tinlem church. The amount raised was 137.86 all of which Is to be distributed among the sick and those who are not able to help themselves. This shail be done Just as soon as the committee can And out the ones' that need help. ' Sister churches it Is time for us to be up and about our Father's biis , iness, so take notice and povern your fclves accordingly, for Salem Is com ing like a mlKhty...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 28 February 1920

n Full Account cf K. OF P. CASE Next Week K. OF P. CASE Postponed Again andd b w. b. ium rA Republican Party Is The 8hipAU Else Is The 8ea."I'yred Douglas. ' 12.00 Per Annum YOL, 27, MO. 21. THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXA8 SATURDAY FKIHttrAHY 28, 1920. PRICK FIYK CF.KTn.' M M it L L I NORTH CAROLtNA MUTUAL WILL ERECT 1150,000 IS RATED AS LARGEST NEGRO INSUR ANCE COMPANY EXISTING. Will Erect Seven Story, Fire Proof Structure For Home Office; John Merrick, Founder. Durham, N. C Feb. 26. The fol-1 lowing clipping from the Durham dally Sunday (white) given the his tory of a gigantic business built ond operated by our group In that flection: A seven-story, fire-proof, modern building in all particulars, 1b to adorn suburbun In the near future. It la to be the new home of the North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company, of this city, tho largest Negro Insurance company In the world, conducted entirely by Dur ham Negroes. It 'Is the marvel of this commercial age. Founded by the late Joh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 28 February 1920

PAGE TWO T1IE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1920, -WT .1 ii i I i M 11 I L 1 ' rr" Preparation I SS (11 : :: : : ' 5 I llS llil .-ji(?:dJ 5 u l:m If v V ? Some JFewns fn Texas JIOJfKI JB0VK Honey Grove, Texas, Feb. 28. Ilcv. P. H. Thomas occupied the stand at Kastland HaptlMt church Sunday niKht. The Inslallatlon of Hev. Chambers at Uellvllle Church Sun day was a success. Mr. A. L, Pen dleton and Mr. Ncaly Woods were quietly married at the home of Mrs. Jemima Taylor Sunday evening. Mrs. A. T. Smith reports work dolnn nicely at 8th street M. R Church. Itev. Swoncy preached at Kcllvlew Sunday evening at 3 o'clock. Mrs. Krnest McChesnoy is able to bo out after several days illness. Mr. Jno. Coleman Is planning to entertain the citizens of Honey Orovo with one of his famous coucerts. CALVEUT Calvert Tcxuh, Feb. 26. The re mains of Mr. Henry Arnold of Har riBlmri? arrived In Uie city Monday and was laid to rest Mr.' William lirown died late Monday evening at the h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 28 February 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28 1920. PICK TUBES Some spowns Irj SFexas t ? Y r v t f s&gw) m i$t lIl'VTAV " " I Ct., J 1 . ... ouiuirr ior lour years, oy uev. lid Kelly. Sergeant Gruves as a Citizen by Prof. S. S. Smith. Solo Miss Viola Johnpon Sergeant Graves as a United Brother of Friendship, by F. C. Anderson, V. S. Sergeant Graves as I Knew him, by Ilev. T. C. Kodgers. Sermon J. H. May, D. D pastor Keniarks by master of ceremonies, W. F. Bledsoe, Byrd Buler, V. M. Laid to rest In Oakwood cemetary. Denton, Texas, Feb.- 2G. Mrs. I. B. Wallace and co-workers gave a very successful ' entertainment Saturday night at the Odd Fellows Hall. Dr. U" M. Mitchell of Gainesville was here on business. Miss Emma Walker visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs. S. Walker, Mis3 Othello Lister of Denver, Colo, and Mcsdames. E. P. Mullen, C. E. Benson and Rev. Joshua of Dalles, Mesdames. G. E. Miller and U. M. Phillips of Fort Worth attended the funeral of Jesse Lister, Who d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 28 February 1920

pag m four THE DALLAS EXPRESS, NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. rubimuci) every e&turdajr morning i& IUk fv.mt l ZHOU swim VBU uy filtt II A I. LA 0MMkS l-LHI.ISHIMO t I'M I-AM. 4lnuor(iuialtdJ Ijalla. Ten. uittrv, trout A Froat 11 N. 26th Street. chiraxtt OUIre, Froat tt f rost, Bojr M Building". luam office. Front ft Froat. Can cer UulldlnK. nai, vnir oiMoe, Froat 4k Froat, Io lnLnu:ot llle llulldlntf. KUItNCIUTIOX IX ADVANCE. One Year 12.00 Six Months .f 1.00 Three Months 75 Single Copy .05 NOTICK TO THUS REHI.K). Any arronotia reflection upon the t-hararter. standing; or reputation of any prrwin, Mrm or corporation whloti n appoar In the columna of The Dalle lOxpreaa will ba gladly cor rected upon Ita bain broiig-ht to the tterttoo of the piibllehara Entered at Poet Offlca at Dallaa. T.tB. nn aerond-rlaaa matter, under nf PinirrpM March. 187t. IMPOBTAKT No aubiwrlptiona mailed for a leaa period tlinn three rnonthn. Paymont for auino mimt ha 7-0 centa. H. JORUAl MlMr, TH...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 28 February 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1920, PAGE ITVB IiAS C'Ill'CKS, N. M. . I tyit" y?t' M Ml M I 4 I ........ ....... I ........ ........ ........ Oi Ill M ........ ........ ........ ........ " " ..,... .,,.. ...... 'Mm.0 ," " " ,...' " M." .,,.. .... ' " " ' ' ,,.. " ....' 4 if;; . I . X v 1 . . 4 " i T " T ........ " ........ ........ till XtW ..A..,. .A..., ..I.... $ 4..... ,..... . . 4 . .....J... ....A,, ........ 1 i H H 'M"ll ........ ........ ........ ...... ....4... l XM.Il ........ ........ I ........ I ........ ...... ........ . . 4. , ,, . ........ ........ ........ ... g.k ........ ..4..... . . . . . . i ........ ........ ........ ' ........ .t...... o SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28TH A William S. Hart Western Attraction "THE POPPY'S GIRL HUSBAND" - A wonderful story of New York's undercurrent showing Mr. Hart in a different role. This is a six-reel production one of those kind that you are glad to see. Full of action from start to finish not a dull moment ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 28 February 1920

1AGS SIX THE PALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28 1920. OUR NEW HOME NDUfOiEf 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. f . I X Some JPowns fn Texas I'OM'A Poata, Texan, Feb. 26. Mm. Ella West departed this life Feb. 15 at the age of 29 yearn. Funeral Hor vices were held at 1'lalnvlow cemo tarjr. MIbs Thelma Kylo who liaB been attending school at Tronpo a pent tile week end with homo folks. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Exhort of Rusk motored over and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Kylo. Mrs. Joe Hardoway, the bride of Mr. Horace llardoway arrived at home Sunday. The I'lalnview KaHoball team went over to Mt. Olive on the 30 tilt, and crotuscd hats. Came favor of tho via Itlns team. Tho second Quarterly conference of this station will con vene hore March 6. Church s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 28 February 1920

PAGE 8ETX3 DEPARTMENT FOR WOMEN MOTTO: "To live and learn and be all that not harms distinctive Womanhood" Tennyson THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1920. A MOMENT WITH THE CONDUCTOR JULIETTE LEE. TWO GREAT MOVEMENTS IN WHICH WOMEN ARE THE CHIEF RENEEICIARIES NA TIONAL PROHIBITION. Wompn every where are happy and re.lolclng"" over the accomplish ment of the 18th Amendment which guarantees prohibition or the abol ishment of the use and sale of In toxicants In this glorious country of our. No women have more cause for wide spread rejoicing than the women of our group First, because our physical and mental make up are of that nature which responds most readily to the ravages of King Alcohol. Second ly, the blighting effects of alcohol strike the poor and leave upon them its most destructive results, and It Is within this class, we are largely listed. A visiting physician was heard to say recently, that al ready he could observe the results of Prohibition within...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 28 February 1920

- .51 THE DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS. TEXAS. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1920. riUE EIGHT IT WORTH, TEXAS NEW PHIL I. REGISTER, REPORTER, 115 54 CALKOSN STREET Y II FOi Fort. Worth, Texas, Feb. 26. Mrs. Rebecca Madison from Marshall, Tex as is here visiting Mrs. Annie Wil liams, 908 So. Calhoun street. Mtsa Fannie Williams has foft the city for ber home at Auutin Texas. Ford and Llllio has opened a wood yara. Mr. Llllle la from Big Sandy Texas, and has decided to make thia hla home. Mrs. Ida Alexander from San An tonio, Texas Is In the city visiting Mrs. Sarah Christian 818 Crawford street. Mr. Arthur Blmuel from Vicksburg, Mia also. Mrs. Lorine Armstrong; and Miss Willie Mae Gaines from Guthrie, Okla was in the city last wock visiting Mrs. Katie IJacon 1529 W. Broadway St. Miss Lena Boner from Mineral Wolls u in iho rltv vlKltlmr her Daren U. Mr. and Mrs. C. A Smith 808 K 2nd street. If tho boy mlHS throwing your paper call lamar 1375 and I will send you ono from tho ofllce. Mr. John II. Ja...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 28 February 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1920. PAjQB IfCfJt DALLAS LOCAL The many friends of Mrs. Mamie Jones will be glad to know that she Is out again after a -sever case of Influenza. . " Mother Kayden of Texarkana who has been visiting her son, Mr. Char lie Hayden or 2205 Canton is plan ning to return to her home. Mi.'tH Helen Taylor of Marshall, has been in attendance upon her sister, Mrs. Mamie Jones illness, will return shortly. - Mr. Jack Bagby has listed with sick at this writing, he is very much improved. - With the passing of Col. W. L. Crawford, this week, Dallas sus tains the loss of an able citizen, a leader, a patriot and a states man. Colonel Crawford was for many years famous as a criminal lawyer and wan a terror at the bar as a counsellor for the de fense. Expenditures' to the amount of $275, "50 for improvement! of Park and $3,500 for the Hall Burd Tuesday morning. Of this api'Mi.tiatlon thi two Negro narks are to receive $11,000; $7500 to go for ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 28 February 1920

IUGH TEX THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1820. Lewin s Market 2411 ELM STREET We Guarantee Everything We Sell . Turkeys 38c Per Pound Bacon, sliced, pound Bam, sliced Bacon, sliced, pound Oleomargerin Whole Cured Ham Brain,' 15c, two set Pork Roast Pork Steak Fork Sausage ; Lard Compound Pig Liver -50 -50 ...35 -36 -25 ...30 Pig Snouts Beef Rolled Roast Beef Rump Roast . Beef Rib Roast Prime Rib Reaat . Seven Steak Chuck Steak Veal Round Steak 30 30 -30 - 10 -12U ...-17U 20 -22U 22& 15? 154 35 Brisket Roast , Beef Stew Boiling Beef Veal Shoulder Veal Brisket Veal Stew Veal Chops Veal Loin Steak Veal Leg Veal Roll Roast .. Lamb or Mutton Stew . Leg Mutton or Lamb Mutton or Lamb Chops Lamb Shoulder Mixed Sausage Hamburger Meat Bologna Sausage Wolner Sausage Frankfurter 2ft Ground Bones for Chickens 5 -15 .15 -15 15 -12U -lO -20 .55 -22W 20 -12U 20 25 20 20 .20 -20 .20 Delivery Made in Any part of the City ,Phone Us Your Orders (TVe Are Forcing the Meat Pr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 6 March 1920

n. . Tlie mind lit Its own Place Mid In Itself Can make a heaven . of hell, A hell of heaven. i MILTON aft Reading nniketh 4 full man, Conference a ready man, and writing an exact num. BACOV. o Foundnd by w. h. King. ys Republican Party Is The Ship, All Else Is The Sect." Fred Douglas. ' $2.00 Per Annum ''''.'. t ' : ' ' ' ' ' - 1 ' ' . J" . " ' ' ' ' .... , , , , VOL. 27, NO. 22, THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS SATITBDAY, MARCH 6, 1920. t PBICB PITE CESTii HI L'' U ) f 3 ,1 i "NEGRO CONTROLS SAYS 4 , , Claims the Nation Conducted With Regard to Limitations of the Negro in the South (Associated Negro Press) Chicago, March 4. "Under the cap tion of "Nee-ro Government In the U. 8. A., the Chicago Tribune has recent ly published one of the most signi ficant editorials ever Issued by a dally newspaper. The policy of the Chicago Tribune Is not always under stood by People outside of Chicago, but to residents of this cltv, the Tri bune Is known to offer decided limi tations. This policy...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 6 March 1920

FAG H TWO T1IE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCII 6, 1920. FORT WORTH, TEXAS NE WS K!L. R. REGISTER, REPORTER, t15H CALK00I STREET il I ' j. . -. ' ' i i IL i 1 . PHIL R. REGISTER. fort Worth, Texan, March 4. The Smarter Set showed two nights In Ft Worth at the Chamber of Com merce. The house was crowdod both nights. It wag quite a treat to this city aa It has been so long since we have a chance to eee a good logic play. "The Children of Sun" head ed by Salem Tutt Whitney and J. Homer Tutt, Is a real clean cut show. We welcome them to our city at any time. Mrs. Mary Hatcher from St Louis, Mo., spent three days In the city v's ltlng Mr. H. Butler and Mrs. Tho. Hollinen. She . was ; royally' enter tained each niht while in the city. She one of St Louis', best musi cians. Deacon O, W. Frierson has bought a $1000.00 home located 300 Nicholas Btreet. The dance given in honor of the Smarter Set Wednesday ni;;ht at Herman Park was a granl al'lulr. Mr. Hinitie Smiles' Jazz Baud...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 6 March 1920

THE DALLAS EXPkESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1920. Tien, mn f r f (S9RFie .5F0WHS rr Texas v ? t T I CARTHAGE Carthage. Texas, March 4. Hel land's Community: Holland's High School under the management of Prof. Jas. Pendleton is making rapid progress. Miss Inez Black, one of the assistant teachers went home Saturday to visit her people. There has been several cases of chicken pox In the community and several students have been out of Bchool. The Cooperative store that has been long talked of by the people of this com munity bursted Into existence at last. We were surprised to see several wagons of groceries going in Sat urday. We are planning to do things, as our motto, "United we stand, bu'. divided we fall." Miss Emma Stev ens who has been in Tyler for some time will be in, March 2nd. GltLEirVlLLK Greenville, Texas, March 4. Mr. and Mrs. Will Jones are on the mend again. Miss Virginia Miller has made her arrival from .Wolfe. City. Miss Arren Hail has been sick with the flu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 6 March 1920

PAGE FOUR 'THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1920. THE DALLAS EXPRESS, , . MEMBER NATIONAL NEGRO FRSS3 ASSOCIATION. 1'ublished avarjr Saturday moraiol ik wa yuar at tiwiu JuTenuo. by CtlK UAXLAH BPm FtTUX'SHIiHG COMPltK. , (luctiruoraied) Dallas. Texas. cur Tor ontoe, f roat A Frost M rl. Ztb Htreet. cbicaxa OWr, Front A Frost, Bar a HullulDS. Atlanta office. Frost Frost, Can ftlar UuildlDK. Aaaaviiie -. frost aV Frost, In lopnndent Life Kulldtns;. SUBM.WTION IN ADVANCE. One Year .........2.00 Six Months 41.00 Three Months .76 Single Copy . . .05 OTICB TO TUB PTJBLKJ. Any arronooua reflection upon tha character, standing or reputation of any person, firm or corporation whluh oar appear In the columns of The Dallas RxDrcs will be cladlr coy rwtmi upon Its betas; brought to tbe a'otlon or uia publishers. lnterd at Post Office at Dallas. TTa. as sacood-claaa matter, under or congress. Marco, lsvi. IMI'OnTANT Ko subscription mailed for a less period than tbr"e months...

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