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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 6 March 1920

PAGE FTVB DEPARTMENT FOR WOMEN MOTTO: "To live and learn and be all that not harms distinctive Womanhood" Tennyson THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1920. A MOMENT WITH THE CONDUCTOR JULIETTE LEE. Two Great Movement In Which Women are tho Chief Benefici aries Universal Snffrane. The accomplishment of Universal Suffrage represents the straggle of women for equal rights during a period of more than a century. For three generations women have work ed, written, talked and prayed for Suffrage. They have suffered the most debasing ridicule and often in their zeal have resorted to ridiculous measures. At least the standard be neath the goal and have come to the end of "A great adventure." One of the most ardent advocates of the cause was Susan B. Anthony. She, with Elizabeth Cady Stanton- organized the .National Suffrage As sociation of which she was president for many years. . - Like National Prohibition Univer sal suffrage should be a great Import to the women of our ...

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. — 6 March 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS. DALIAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 61920. ri.cs six colden cimin OF THE W03LD MEKTlX OF THE ELM tiBOVE AS sOlliT10 fcXJElUlVK ItOABD. CHICKA8HA Us T. K. TOIiAIV Take reople From 0 MoatJn t DO Vram of Aspe S (lauM $1.40 to become financial.' Die lame day, your faraUy will be due ahout $432.00 to $500.00, $200.00 of it in your home before the un dertaker cranki bia engine that ui Whut order does all this? Why, note the Order at the highest point, all other pointa ' represent other. Orders. , . T. V.. Tolan, 3. K. J, W. Jeffrey, S. 8. V. T. Ttilibs, 8 A. O.B. Claiborne, S. T, Mrs. K. 12. Williams. S. E. 9' 8' Ilionea X 4807 , Rooms 208-10 !UVt Ulm Hlreet Italia, Toxas !iy tlie way our doixisltory The Wk Hank American Kxrliange National Rank that's Us. ' DIE TO-DAY, PAY TO-DAY. THAT'S US IS SSSJ A BEAUTIFUL' HOMH WINDING Ml- mo Wll.tnini and Mr. Willie NakIi Joined in Wedlock oil fr'efo. One of the most beautiful home weddinRS of tho now year was that of Miss Jessie Wilb...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 6 March 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, PALLAS, TEXASSATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1920. PAGE RETKS FORT WORTH GIRL IX EXTEJf SIOX WORK Miss Martha Holland, one of Port Worth's most popular young ladles, has accepted position In the Exten sion work among Colored people. DiiTir The examining- trial of Prof. J. W. Hay was held in Justice of the Peace F. H. Alexander's Court, Tuesday morning, Mr. Ray was placed under $1,600 bond in each of two cases, charging him with as sault to murder his wife, Mrs. M. L. Ray and Dr. I. M. Horton. Mrs. Arthur C. Morgan, 2221 Cochran, is In receipt of a letter advertising her to report at Gal veston, March 6 and join Mrs. K. B. Vaughn, domestic science teach er, who -will demonstrate In this de partment under the auspices of the j3alveston and Dallas Morning News domestic science department. Mrs. Morgan will assist Mrs. Vaughn and Galveston for one week and then they come to Dallas and will ex hibit at City Hall. . Mr. Q. McMilllan, a very popu lar and energetlo business man has af...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 6 March 1920

fACH EIGHT THE DALLAS EXPRESS, PALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 6,-1920.' DESTOJT Denton, Texas, March 4.-r-Rev. J. A. Ayeia conducted very helpful series of meetings last week. . Rev. Swaucy was with his congregation Sunday. Rev. Henderson i reported indutKscd. Mrs. Nettle . Smith of til-anbury, "has returned to her home after visiting her brother, Mr. Chas. Kucker. Mrs. P. M. Lauibcra, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Maddox attended ho funeral of Mrs. Mamlo Woodard in rort Worth. MIhb Emma Walker of Rockwall spent tho week with her parent. MUs Clara Neal of Par aoua, Kans., sient a few days with her relative. Mr. Duke of Danville, Va., is visiting Mrs. Frunkie Duke. The remains of Mr. Kd Simmon were brought here for burial Monday. He was a member of tho Masonl; tYiilcrnlty. Mr. and Mr Ben Owenii attended the Smarter Set in Fort Worth. . 111 MILFORD r ' 4 Mllford, Texas, March 4. Mr. S. H. Richardson went to Hlllsboro. Mrs, Mary 8ims, Missed Lois Ban ton and Iretta King are In Fort Worth at the b...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 6 March 1920

PAGE NDTfc 444444 TOfl PANTS yyy yyy yyy yyy 444444 YYY yyy THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1920. IS! faj fl Q ji n sn n If f tai KiiSnl U few I FBEEE JOHN HARRIS, Owner and Manager 444444 ' 4T4 V, Wt YY? yyy yyy yyy YYY YYY yyy yyy yyy YYY yyy yyy yyy yyy 4 4 4 4 4 4 444 4 4 44 4 4 y a y 4 44 4 4 y j y HY XXX yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy 4 44 44 4 yyy 4 44 44 4 444444 4 44 44 4 4 44 44 4 yyy yyy yyy yyy 4 44 44 4 444444 4 44 44 4 444444 444444 444444 444444 444444 4 44 44 4 444444 444444 yyy yyy yyy With each Suit from $35.00 and up. We will give an extra pair of pants F-R-E-E SATURDAY,! ARCH 6 Will be our opening day-wery one who conies in our store on that day will get a souvenir F-R-E-E If ir in b 2220 Elm Street Four doors West from Preston Street REMEMBER the date for the SOUVENIRS FREE also the extra PANTS FREE with each suit W4 yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy yyy 4 44 4 4 4 44 4 4 4 44 44. '4 4) ' XXX 4 44m 4) 4 XXX 4 4 XXX : y : 44 4 XXX ' 44 44 4 44444 yyy 4 4...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 6 March 1920

f Ag tlx THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1920. ; g , ; DALLAS I Mr. Sam Porter, after many dayi' UlneBB under the treatment of Dr. -Hamilton Is able to be out among friends again. . Jonah In the whale made the whale feel distressed, go Jonah push ed the button, and Rev. Harper will do the rest Mr. Dick Whltaker Is absent from his post as manager of Whltaker Cafe, due to a very sick wife and child who are suffering from pneu monia. Mr.- Mims Best of Oak Cliff is very sick at home at this writing. The friends of Mr. Melvln Creg lar will find him located at 209 1-2 Central Avenue. Mr. L. D. Johnson of "Black and Tan" repute is with Mr. J. S. Smith at the Pythian Temple bar bershop. Mrs. S. A. Streety of Marshall, made a hurry-up visit to the city this week on business. Mrs. Fannie Flemings of Oak Cliff had a narrow escape from se riouB injury or death when an Elm street car collided with her buggy on last Monday night at this writing she is doing fine. Mother Hayd...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 13 March 1920

WHATEVER enlarges hope will exalt courage . Johnson. "' ' , - - ' ' ' I . I II I . I. - ' -II. I ... ' "" -P'l-l'l-l I I - .1 ,1 i II l- i II , ., Founded by w. k Kiac. The Republican Party Is The Bhipt'All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. . - Voo Per Annum ; " ' , . . I I : . VOL. 27, NO. 23. ' r : '' THE DALLAS EXTBESS, DALLAS, TEXAS SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1020. ( ; PRICE FITE CENT COLORED WOMAN D WOULD STANDARDIZE TEXAS NEGRO PUBLIC SCHOOLS SCHOOL HEADS CONFER IN DALLAS WITH STATE SUPER VISOR. COMMITTEE APPOINTED. ; . By N. W. Harllee. On Saturday, March the 6th, and educational meeting was held at the Colored high school In this city.' a meeting; that mark a forward step t In the educational movement In the tate If not In the entire south. It was a otable gathering, composed of white men and Colored men. It was the first time In the history of and educational meeting that the 8tate Department of Education 'at . Austin had sent representatives to consult black men about black men's i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 13 March 1920

rr:: two TIIE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1920. "KIL I. REGISTER, REPORTER MS CALKOON STREET mrL R. REGISTER. NOTIOS OK l'A'THKK V,TX K. OV P. VKAKS HAM). Fort Worth, Texas, March 11, The Panther City K. of P. Brass Hand enjoyed a splendid rehearsal Sunday evening under the leader ship of Prof. King Hulston, after rehearsal, a business session with president W, I'. Donlfer. presiding. The hand With a membership of 22 member, nil members of the order of K. of P., In financial stand ing are Open for any and all oc casions. Have Ju.ul received all the latest music In store. The P. C, K. of P. band, only i years enjoys the distinction of h.'lnif one of the bent bunds n the stato with a good financial tandB ing. Officer: W. D. Donlfer. presi dent; I. White,, vice-president; A. Wright, secretary; Win. IJryant, aa nlKtant secretary; Frank Jones, treasurer; Prof. King IIolHton, lead er; Lee Hudson, manager; Phil 11. Register, asHlHtant manager. The K. of P. Annua Than...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 13 March 1920

1 THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY. MARCH 13. 1920. ' ... YOU'VE BEEN .. .WATCHING OPENING III X IX Yyy XXX $1.00 cr2S for ssc V AND HERE WE ARE ThSi cmrb never old for kw than 100. It U umh of otid biw with de tachable handle, Thia extm ordinary offer U made to acquaint you with the t ' -tx"7 tmw wur nmirMnuuc, ana me fig price Of 3M U artnalla a t'..M. r s, . . , " , 7 J. . . -- IMfllMt ID MM avantage ot this apcctal offer a we have only a limned amount Money A 35 reiuoaca a not tutactocy. tili in ttacbd aUp, and send Kampc YYY w "f Urew divkn In Colore Women' hair sne b.lUI trUc I X Sdr & Jb V Kvrv CoU.rd W..mta .hi.uld )ie a csUloa. W- will .wi . . -ST o rr Colurwl Woman Bhiiuld have a J ..... w ' V -t V : Or . HUMANIA HAIR CO. 23 Duane Street ' New York '- S" T S y lL maaa U HlU;iUl?lk ., ) s . ... - ;. Ill U ! II II III " B v m . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 e p ; s i 1 1 1 1 1 ; i 1 1 1 1 : i h AAA I ' H 1 GRAND ; IE ATM S 1 fff ??V ?vr iff iff ttt ft? . ??? . WV iff YV...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 13 March 1920

rA(.u rout HIS DALLAS EXPRESS, MtMBER ! NATIONAL NEGRO FREES j ASSOCIATION. j Published every Saturday morning In me Far at JSuO iwut Avenue. .y HU UA1.LA8 PTI'H PUBLISHING CUMl'iHt. (Incorporated) Lull is. Texaa. . Tark tiuvmi. roat Front jtl iS. lUlh t-treel. Chlfaio Ouif, Front 4k Froat, Boy tte r;ul;uinB- a!i:ii unuie, Front Frost, Cnn- CiMr t.tUtltlintf. ,hviu omoe, Froat 4t Front, In- . lmdvul Itie Hulldlns. Sl'BSCTUTION IS ADVANCE. One Year. ,.$2.00 Six Months ..$1.00 Three Months 75 Single Copy , ...... .05 woricn to TftB mm.K). Any erroneoua reflection upon tba character, atiinillnn; or reputation of taf pereon, brra ur corporation whlub win appear In the column of Tha lna Uapree will b aiadly cor rected upon Ita being brrua-ut to tba nitration of tha publlahera. Fntared at Poat Offlca at Dallaa, V-vaa. aa aeonnd-rlaaa matter, under Act of Conxreaa. March. 187. IMPORTANT No aubaeriptlona mailed for a lesa period than three month. Payment for aame muat be 75 citiU. THE DALLA...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 13 March 1920

TIIE DALLAS EXPRESS, D ALIAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1920. PACK HV3 DEPARTMENT FOR WOMEN MOTTO: "To live ami learn and be all that not harms distinctive Womanhood" Tennyson I A MOMENT WITH THE CONDUCTOR ' 3TTLIETTE LEE. JIK hlE BEST WHEREVER YOU ARE It seems to be one of the inate qualities of women to be always look ing and longing for a change. It Is seriously reflected In 'our mad chase after fashion's whims Hardly are we settled in one fashion becom ing to some and very unbecoming to the many before we start out feverishly for something new. . "If you can't, be a pine on the top of the hill. Be a scrub in the valley but be, The best little Scrub by the side of the rill; Brf a bush, If you can't be a tree." f This little poem seems to be laden with a message for we women. This is a day when the laws of efficiency are being applied to all business pursuits. All kinds .of devices are being sought out and applied In the work-a-day world to see if each worker and each machine is ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 13 March 1920

0 TACS SIX H t - VELVET BROWN "THE FACE AND SKIN PREPARATION SUPREME" lias tc!d Its Own Story CI H letters of commendation 'i th-,! r rr.minir in dallv from every where cause me to KM ILK for I am HAPPY that VELVET BROWN users are so SATISFIED. I claim that Velvet Hrown 1b the BFST fncp preparation, for It Is not s sticky common grease In a tin box, but an exquisitely and daintily per fumed "toilet ficain" that ULEACHKS you to that soft, velvety tint which FLKASE8 AND SATISFIES. Removes blackheads, pimpled, ringworms, blotches end makes the skin tender and smooth as a spring violet Vir0?fr YOU WEAR THE VELVET BROWN SJIIILE? , Daintily perfumed nnd tatily packed in opal Jars PRICE PER JAR - - $1.10 Nothing good these disys is cheap Agent wauled . , . All Over the World Liberal Commissions . XimI J lead y Hales Muy be obtained from DR. FRANK J. HAWKINS, I Suite 102, Pythian Temple, Dallas, Texas On sale at Hooper's, Little Gem and Williamson's Drug Stores, Velvet Brown and Queen Beaut...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 13 March 1920

1 THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS. SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1920. n IAGE BHTEH ; v. 1 i i I H " Some Jtfexas SjPowns V WACO. Waco, Texas, March 11. Made ' line Carter Hawkins, prima donna pianist, delighted her audience at New Hope Church Monday night. Mrs. Bettie Watson, who lives ' on the east side is building a nice bungalow on her vacant lot on Earl street. Mrs. Chas. Wright Is convales cing after two weeks with the In fluenza. Prof. J. W. S.andford, ran down from Hillsboro, Monday evening to see that the , new1 stock company got a good start. Mr, Raymond Davis of Hearne is in the city, a student at the fish er school of tailoring. The second primary told the tale last Tuesday. Those in authority say the Negro was the balance of power. We regret ., to announce that Messrs. Estelle and Dixon,- popular undertakers, drew a jail sentence of 10 months eaph In the federal courts. A few Negro men In the city have made neat auras in the wood busi ness this winter) We hope they will lay In ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 13 March 1920

. . , - 1 4 Some JFewns In Texas ; $ 3 'tsSijW!J " IS UK MI AM ST E FH E X V ILL E i - i r -W x a r i i BrenUatn, . Texas, March 11. W-j r enjoying some dry cold weather of wblclt the farmers are turning; the suit Wa were sad to note the sud den death of Rev. Mrs. P. B. Oldhsin, pridnit of the Bronhum Industrial (iolloKO, last week, liev. Oldham lias the synrpatliy of the Dallas Express. Iiera. McDanlel, Scott, Ellis Evans. Young, Newsom, etc., with Uev. Uasou, were In the city Monday. We have Just learned of the union of ,Rv. Maon and lira. Rosa Hopkins of this oity. Rev. Mason deserves special compliment for bis achieve ment. Prof. Richard Is hustling for his census collection, and also a ptaasant caller to the writer's house ' Monday night. Mrs. Georgia Keed of Oklahopie spent several days In U city with her sister. Mrs. Eliza Hubert and family. Mis. Hubert was proud to see her. Mr. Julius Winston of Independence, Texas, and Brother were in the city Monday and ' yurctused a copy ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 13 March 1920

4- PAGE NINE enings ZZZZZlZZZZ EVERYTHING FIT TO PKINT THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY. MARCH 13, 1920. 0 . 1. ALBA AUSTIN, City Editor "In the race of life, common the social and commendable hap sense has Vhe right-of-way." penlngs of your race, as they ap- ' 'pear in none other than our Col- Mrs. Fanella White after spend- ored papers. Ing two months in the city visiting pnrcnts'and friends left Friday, Fob. 27th for her home In Chicago, 111. ' Mrs. Lottie Powell Augustus of El Centro, Calfornla, is here visit ing her aunt, Mrs. Gilbert, 2103 Flora street and other relatives. The membership Drive staged by our Grocery Company will con clude with a free entertainment at New Hope next Thursday night. A program will be rendered . Prof. J. W. Jef fry, secretary and T E. Tolan, Supreme Knight of the Golden Fraternal' left Thursday morning for Longvlew and Carth age. Mr. Claude Rucklngs and Miss Lizzie Sanders were quietly married Thursday night at the home of Rev. and Mrs. ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 13 March 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1920. ONK OK TIIK IlKST PITCH KRS IN' TKXAS WILL I5R MIKM1MU THIS KKASOX. , t ! I 1 i Beaumont, Texas, March 11. Win. Ross, better known to .all base hall fans as Nacogdoches and one of the best pitchers In the league has Blgned a contract to play with Los Angeles, Cal., In the I'nclfic Coast league. Kohs was sluted to manage the Beaumont club, but was a free agent to Blgn whore he wanted, to and before the proper arrangement could be made for him here he had signed to play with the coast league. He will be well missed by his many ffttnrla Tin ni,ii hntter nf other clubs that are hoping for a great! season with the club this season wen't regret b (Wni-n os ho w-ih a hard man to hit safe In the pinches. Ross has always been a winning pitcher and a hard and willing worker, his first season as a pitcher was in 1911. Here with the Falstaff Kids. That club was considered one of the best In the Btate. Ross, was the leading pitch er, w...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 13 March 1920

Q City Churches Q THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1920. PACK EI.EV OfiK HACK RKPHR!KJVTATIVK IN WOMEN s glKFRAUK LKAtil K. (Associated . Negro Press.) Chicago, March 4! The American Suffrage League an organization which has been most nrnmitinn, .in 1 the fight to secure votes for women , i "...v .w lb imiiiTiiai uuri- ST. SIAKK BAPTIST CHUKCH. f0r his ,,Ht. 11 n.lm Mn, irti"B. .? ' -7 - mo l.cbku 01 cincn voters. verse. "mis 18 ine LOra s Doing, -ne race woman, Mm. Bentrice M. It is Marvelous In Our Eyes." One2!Lady- V?4 Cnnk-: Avenue, at I.ouls. was added to the church. ReceipU Zgt"tTtT r&ZrTl& of the day $55.66; donated to the sldlary organisation in Missouri. Mri. Bick $10.65 . . 5iiza Mc('y of netroit and Mm. j una. rii'miiiK oi i:ieveiano, were al ternate delegates. It has boon decided that thin or ganization which has been fighting sixty years to secure for women the vote, will now have aa Ita object, the educating or me women or America how to v...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 13 March 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1920. ' fKC.V. TVTFLVK M. J The boy whether black, white, yellow or what not Is tbe greatest luol.leiii at every age. Full of sur lihm energy, vitality and life, ever jumping, running and throwing yet -cquiring tho closieat study and : cenest thought in our richest asset, iilrrnest peril, mightiest force, costliest offender, strongest defen der and highest hope of a noble race. Which shajl he b an asset or a jtoril? The attitude of the rulult toward the youth largely an wora this question. It Is not a question of good advfco for most mi'n who have spent a few years In lifo's school of experience can easi ly advise. Flut that which Is far more valuable to the youth than advice Is a clean Christian life, a creditable example. There is a tendency to talk to a lad with the use of many dont s. Iwn't do this and don't do that un til the boy Is at a lost as to what ho should do. In other words fill a boy's life with so much he can do t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 27 March 1920

I I ft H i 4 ' is I ' h WHATEVER enlarges hope will exalt courage. Johnson. Founded bj W. E King. - VOL. 27, NO. 23. SAVANNAH BANK PAYS $200,000 FOR SITE IN HARLEM SECTION New York, March 25. Nail and Parker have sold for the Harris Es tate the southwest corner of 135th street and 7th avenue, being a plot of 110.B feet on 7th avenue by 125 feet on 135th atreet, covered by build- Ings Nob. 2290-92-14 on 7th avenue, the corner and 202-4-6-8-10-12 and 14 on West 135th atreet Thla la the first time thla property haa changed handa In 27 yeara. The property come into possession of the present owner upon the death of his father. It haa been purchased by the Ware Earners Savings Bank ' of Sa vannah. Ga., the pioneer Negro sav ings bank of Georgia, whose de poults represented In the month of February $875,184.36 and having over 14,000 depositors. . The bank haa no definite plana In mind for the preaent They might hold the property for aome substan tial Improvement In the future or they , mig...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 27 March 1920

TVCE two THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1920. OKI WdEJTKli : TEXAS rIeW IP PHIL I. REGISTER, REPORTER, iVA CALHOUR STREET 1 - . " V PIT HIAA'S CALLED Fort "Worth, Texas, Mar. 28. 1920, The annual sermon of the locai Knijshts of Pythias, Courts of Ca- luntlita and Uniform Ranks will be prcarlied Sunday March 28, 1S20, aa 3 o'clock j. in. at Allon s Chapel A. M. K. Church, corner 1st and Klin streets, sermon by Hev. A. R. Starks, pastor of Kakers Chapel A. M. E. vhurch; MuhIc by Mt. Gil cad Bap tlHt church Jnlor Choir and Knights of Pythias Brass Band. The public Js cordially invited. Allen ( Impel A. M. E. ( liurch Comer of East 1st and Elm Streets. ' Kcv It. S. Jenkins, D. D., Pastor. Spread thy wings and catch the spiritual breeze, and come on child ren, Muther Allen Chapel Is In a tidal wave of prosperity. Come hear of that great rally. Mr. Joo PatA ternon that prlncly business Kent Io nian started the rally with $25.; sent it by his most estcemnble wife, M...

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