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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 17 April 1920

J f THK DAIJiAH EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS APRIL 17 1920. PAGE NINH THE BOY AMONG THE MOUNTAIN enings CKAUS AND PEAKS ABOVE THE CLOUDS IS WARNED AND AD LEWS filARKET i 4 PHONE YOUR ORDERS MONISHEI) TO WATCH HIS STEP AS HE CLIMBS. EVERYTHING FIT TO PRINT The Venerable Guide (Mlied With the Power of Wisdom Truth anl J. ALBA AUSTIN City Editor Knowledge. Mrs. M. M. Greer of 1936 Mar- guerite street after two months' stay . away from home with the flu hav- ing recovered and is back to the delight of her husband Mr. Greer. Mr. Jack Johnson of Cooper Tex- . as visited in Dallas two days this week and stopped by the Express office. The-State of Texas versus Hattte Burleson for the killing of Editor W. E. King Wednesday afternoon Aug. 17. 1919 Is set for trial Mon t day April 12th in Criminal District Court. Editor King was killed In his room while recuperating from a street car accident.' Early morning fire Thursday de- stroyed many buildings at the Avia- tion Repair Depot north of Dallas Many p...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 17 April 1920

THK DALLAS EXPRESS DAIXAS TKXAS APIUIj 17 1020. VAC.K TKS SOLDIERS OF FORTUNE From tha Norel lr ttichard H. Dni an Allan Dwan Pro- duction Preaentwl by Mayflower Photoplar Corporation Bealart Pirtorea Cor- IJLli 'W"iiVri-i u jceaian M Mm J -ut- . GRAND CKNTRAIi THEATRE Tiiwu and M ed April 20 mi I 21st 1020. THK BOY AMOXU THE MOISTAI.N (KitiS AM) I'EAKS ABOVE THE (LOIDS IS WARNED AND Al. MOXI.HHED TO WATCH HIS S'itr AS HE tIJMIJS. W T . . a tAiiAiiillltttltittttl (Continued from Page 9 one false step here means death" 'watch your step" my guide con- tinued" not only in this mountain but in your home "Watch your Btep in society" "Watch your step in the hour of temptation" "Watch your wordtt for every word is a step" "Watch your deeds for every deed is a step" "Watch your hands for every touch every contact is a step" "Watch your deeds for deed ia a step" "Watch your hands for every touch every contact is a step" "Handle not touch not the unclean thing." Who was this guide .this most ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 17 April 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS APRIL 17. 1020. PACE ELEVEW A. t Y f T t t t t t ? YOU ARE INVITED To Attend Tfie Opening of Our Grocery Company (The first of a chain of cash stores to be operated by Colored people at the corner of COCHRAN AND CENTRAL AVE. TUESDAY APRIL 20TH Come and enjoy the event' and celebrate with Dallas Colored Housewives in a store owned and operated exclusively by Colored men and women. . ' Come to the opening where bargains await you. A. R. PRYOR MANAGER. J. H. JONES Pres. E. COSTON Secy E. J. BURSON Treas. t t -? ? T f ? ? ? ? T Tl "V T ? ? ? t ? ? I frail Soifei Jkmk'Q on DALLAS TO HAVE NEW COLOR- Kl IIK.II SCHOOL. AITliOI'ltl- ATION TO HE MADE IN FIRST BUDGET. SALARY OF TEACH- ERS TO RE INCREASED WILL COMMENCE WITH NEXT TERM. Pallas Negroes are to have since the carrying of the 1500000 school bonds a new $100000 high school according to an ultimatum made by W. E Greiner president of the Board of Educaton Wednes- day. The 'first building to come out of th...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 17 April 1920

VAGK TWKLVK THK PALLAS EXPRESS DA IX AS TEXAS APRIL. 17 J920. AIJNOUNCETJENT EXTRAORDINARY HEAR! HEAR! ! BLACK BILLY SUNDAY WORLD'S FAMED HOLY GHOST AND FIRE - -EVANGELIST c THE PALACE THEATRE f ! r ; a ; a) V.' m ft. Tl r.ii (! J'f'l til f-x iii. Vk v t Jia ep' 'i cd O i; tJ: S( I W if J II a!' a!.; l- hi C "; of '7 I r r fun lj( - Oi! At Big Olden lime REVIVALS Evening Chapel C M. E. Church COLL AND JULIETTE STS. REV JAMES R. STARKS- Pastor Commencing Wednesday April 2 1st 8:00 p. m. and will continue until Sunday May 3rd. All pastors with their congregations are invited to attend the opening services and hear this one the greatest revivalist of the age. The man with a burn- ing message of salvation. So great has been the demand to hear Black Billy until thousands of both races have been turned away. BLACK BILLY will preach his opening ser- mon Wednesday night on "God's Call to Dallas" and he will conduct noon-hour Bible conferences daily from 12 to 1 p. m. Let the saints come up ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 24 April 1920

f1 H -n HOME EDITION HOME EDITION Founded by w. e. King. TAj Republican Pariy la The Ship All JSlse la The Sea" Fred Douglaa. $2.00 Per Annum VOL. 27 No. 29. ' THE DAM" EXPBESS DALLAS TEXAS APRIL 24 1020. ' PRICK FITE CEKT& PETITION OF NEGRO TEACHERS FOR SALARY INCREASE IS FAVORABLY RE- CEIVED BY SCHOOL BOARD. A schedule of (alary Increases for white and Negro teachers In the public schools has been adopted by the board of education and the new salary schedules will go into effect at the beginning of the new school term In September 1920. flat Inereasa of 1)400 In addition to the automatic annual Increase of $70 for white grade teachers was authorised provided the maximum salary shall not exceed $1700 per annum and provided teachers em- ployed during the year for the first time in the Dallas schools shall not receive an Initial salary of more than $1600 for the first year In service. White teachers in the high schools shall receive In addition to the regu ASKS GOVERNOR TO BRING ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 24 April 1920

TAfK TWO THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS APRIL 24 1920. t s I kATa?yt3fir'aL" . SKsrrr? eral of his brother. C. L. Martin. Kev. uunirea preacnea m me .Bap tist church Sunday night. y v VELVET BROWN "THE FACE AND SKIN PREPARATION SUPREME" N Says There is Always a Best IN EVEItYTHING Users of other preparations are turning to Velvet Brown every day. you will "EVENTUALLY." Why not "IMMEDIATELY?" Velvet Brown Is BEST for BLACKHEADS" PIMPLES RING- WORMS LIVER SPOTS FRECKLES and any other akin blemish. ; It will bleach you to a beautiful color. It holds any powder on the face all day long and makes it look smooth and natural. It is a pleasure to use it for it Is "SO DIFFERENT" and so much "BETTER" than the others. They are paying the $1.10 with a smile now for they know they are getting their' money's worth. It is the wonderful day and night cream. AgenU everywhere are making money why not you? Velvet Kroun offers' opportunity. Dou't Wle longer write today to DR. FRANK J. HAWKINS Fe Ascme...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 24 April 1920

- THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TE.TAR APRIL 24 1020. mcz rrr-'-.i J' if! THE TEXAS COLORED LEAGUE--1920 J R. LEE JONES If yon at MtlifUd with bUek-luadt. rtn. w. Ilnr splotehes. Simples oly dark and noddy (kin Don't writs save yeur tump But If you want to be TanUlfaUn Tesstn Brown answer this ad by stadia m S0 tor ens laiKMiM box of Tsashui Brown filcia Whltener and a bar ef soap. Satisfaction) (uarantscd or nwnsy refunded. D. C. CHISOL.M BOX 6 3. DCNISON TEXAS AUSTIW HOUSTON BKAUMONT BAH ANTONIO WACO DALLAS PORT WORTH WICHITA FALLS 8 April 18 19 May 8 t July 4 6 6; May l ? I Uune Austin .... 12 tJIJun I I. .19 20 July 24 25 26 June 26 27 18 July 17 18 19 September ....11 12 WAug-ust 7 8 9 I . r June July ..19 20 f i.TiinA 71 June ....13 13 14 May 15 16 17 September ....11 13 13 HOUSTON 1 August 28 29 SO (April 24 25 26 May 22 23 24'August II 4 24 25 26 t I iJuiy ...JJjtuiy 14 it s I iJuly 31 July .... .10 11 12 .21 22 23 July 34 25 26Aprii 24 j5 2(i 1 (May REBO BHAVHONT 16 17May ...1 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 24 April 1920

PAGU FOUR THK DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS APRIL 24 1920. THE DALLAS EXPRESS MtMEER NA10NAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. HttblUbed every Saturday mornlne a tb year at NwlM Aveaua. by rH.B IAJXAS EjrWKSS) PUBLISHIBIC1 COMPAMT. (Incorporated) Dallam. Text. York Office. Frort BToat IS W. SKtU Street. Cblrans OUlre. Frost A Ftoat Boy- 1 lluiltilUK. ' Atlanta ollice Froat FroaU Can- IJrr liull.llnK. Navhvilie omre. Front Front In- lependcrit LU liulldlng. SUUSCUITIOX IN ADVANCE. One Year $200 Six Months Three Months - .75 Single Copy -05 JTOTICB TO THK PUBLIC Any arroneoua reflection upon tha character tending or reputation of any perenn nrm or corporation wmli r-r appear In the columns of Tba . Dallaa Expreea will be ajladly cor- rects upon Ita beln brought to tba attention of tha publlahera Entered at Poat OfUce at Dallaa. Texaa. an eecond-olaea matter under Act of Conifreea March. 187. IMPORTANT . i I .... - vn M eA frtr a nrlnd Ioiib than three nonth. Payment for auiiie munt be 76 cent. T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 24 April 1920

TUB DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS APRIL 24 1020. PAGI3 FTVEJ DEPARTMENT FOR WOMEN 'a MOTTO: "To live and learn and be all that not harms distinctive Womanhood" Tennyson A MOMENT WITH THE CONDUCTOR JULIETTE LEE. "ISN'T THAT JUST LIKE A MAlVt" . By Mary Roberta Rlnehart But althoiiRh we are dlacuaaing men. as all women know there are really no men at all. There are grown- up boya. and middle-aged boya. and elderly boy. ' ana even aometlmea very old boya. But the essential dif- ference Ib nlmply exterior. Vour man la alwaya a boy. He may put on a aort of aurface maturity. But It never fool a hla womankind. Deep down he atlll believes In Santa Claus. and would like to get up at dawn on the Fourth of July and throw a fire- cracker through the cook'a window. Tnat la the reason women are nat- ural monoKTamlata. They know they have to be one-man women becauae the one man la an alwaya a boy and haa to have ao much mothering and looking after. He haa to be watched for fear hla hair geta too lon...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 24 April 1920

PASX SIX THB DALLAS KXPItESa DALLAS TEXAS A PHIL 1920. FORT WORTH TEJCAS RIeWS MIL R. REGISTEB EEPOSTER VA CALUOBM STREET ' . OUR NEW HOM ' v -rmm " . - .. . . v . : i PHIL II REGISTER Fbrt Worth Texan AprU 22. 1920 EA&tland Texas Jfew Mrs. Sander Brown made a vis- it to her old borne Marshall Texas to toe old friends the cuest of her ant Mrs. Sarah B. Harris. A swell putj was given in honor of Mrs. brown of which five courses was erred. Miss Threasa Dixon of Ohio was guest of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jachson of West Houston St A three course dinner was served t Mrs. Sara Brown's residence to Mr. II. C. Penn Mies Josle Maddox Mr. S. Roberts Miss Maddox hostess The Mode Shop ladles Pereslan designs minllary display that can Hot be competed with any where. Mrs. N S. Jackson at Eastland Texas. Mr. 8. Robertson the successor to A. T. McVaugh solicit your pa- t ro ire for high-class Tailoring and Repairing. S Roberts Proprietor BasuvHl Texas. Jtrown'g Rooming House stands ever ready to gi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 24 April 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TKXAS APRIL 24 1020. PAGE SKTEJ TEXAS HOXEY GROVE Honey Grove Texas April 22. Mr. Percy Butler and Miss Elizabeth Jackson were quietly married at the 1. tkn l.i.Mn GatllfHuV Pav uumo ui tun mm" J ""'I... .v- t. T. J. R. Swancey officiated. Quite a; few were in Paris Monday to attend the lecture of Hon. Rosooe Simmons. Rev. J. R. Swancey occupied the the stand at Eastland Sunday at 11 O'clock and graced the stand with n Af hla chin KarmnDH. TpYt. "ThA Regenerated Church." Rev. J. W. 1 Collins preached two able sermons at the St Paul A. M. E. church Sun- day. Mrs. Jemima Taylor Mrs. Sarah Nicholson and Suencer Smh attended the meeting A Stall Cup Sunday and reported a glorious meeting. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Taylor were in Wolfe City on business Sun- day. Mrs. Mary Deadmon has been suffering with the rheumatism for the past week. The Honey Grove base ball boys are meeting with success with their Friday nights entertain- ments. Rev .and Mrs. Swancey mo- tored over...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 24 April 1920

THK DALLAS EXTRE8S DALLAS TEXAS APRIL 24 1920. t Some spewRS In Sflexas V : 'AM I'ASE EIGHT ROCKDALE. Rockdale Texas April 15. Ser- vices were pood in spite of the vrindy weather. A very interesting Sunday school lesson and many were present. Pastor Littleton was on the scene and preached two bouI stirring sermons. Miss Hallie Gray of Paris is viHlting her grandmother and friends. Kev. Greene of Cam eron was with us Sunday. Mrs. T. D. Clark left for Powell Texas yeslerduy. W. H. M. S. meets each Monday at 3 o'clock. Read and keep posted. TAYIyOR. Taylor Texas April 15. Miss Hah Rector and Mr. Robt. Wright of Bon Arnold Texas were Quiet- ly married at the residence of the bride. A few friends and relatives teing present. They left next day for lien Arnold Texas their future home. Mr. Geo. Palmer and sister Virgie of Temple visited their sick sister here Sunday. Mrs. Nora Hat- cher of La Grange visited sick rela- tive here. Mr. Leona Webb Little Ethel and Mr. Hutchins returned from He...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 24 April 1920

THK DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS APRIL 84. 1030. PAGE XIXE SATURDAY APRIL 24 TO-DAY'S. SPECIALS -at- OURCASH GROCERY CO. 2 lb. Can Kraut (good brand) 25c size Our price : 19c 1 lb. Can Sugar Corn worth 25c Our price 20c 1 lb. Can Mississippi Yellow lam Sweet Potatoes worth 15c Our price :.0c Comet Rice 8 oz size 11c Palm Olive Soap sells every where 15c Our price 10c Standard brands of flour beef pork ham and sausages. COMPARE OUR PRICES AND COME TO OUR NEW STORE. Cor. Central and Cochran Mrs. Alberta Johnson and Misses Adel Walker Alean Turner Ber- nice Elliott. Willie May Williams Fleecy Lawrence Bulba Hooper Hazel Holman Jessie Mae Haney Lillian Williams and Julia Brown Hack Johnson Ozro and Frank Curter Lawrence Wright Robt. Ec- tor Hobart Sampson Fred Adams Dorsey Lewis George Andrew Franklin went to Fort Worth. April 22nd to the Installation of the E. R. Club at Gilton's hall. A pleasant evening was spent. Mr. J. A. Lay has left - for La- donla and Oklahoma in an effort to gain...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 24 April 1920

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 24 April 1920

Till' ntIT.AU VTPRIiSII. ntll.lSTL'ria 11n.11 mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm PAGE KLKVKN W7!J IX IT txn MK? WHAT the reward for being a WILL I CiKT OUT OF IT? u il I THE IXVKSTMK.XT AY1 !wIiiMW fr l"08e Wh pract ir r.ii TO INVEST IN CHRIS. TIAXITY OH NOT? THK GREAT- EST INVESTMENT KNOWN TO MAX. THK IH KI.VKSS OF TIMK AND KTKKXITY. THESE ARB HOME OK TIIK QUES- TIONS A lU'SINESS MAX ASKS WHEN HK IS ltEQl'ESTEl) TO MAKK AX IXVKSTMKXT WHICH INVOLVES HIS HARD EARN. INGS. Dr. .1. H. Smith Preaches to a large Audience nt the Itcthel A. M E. Church Jnt Sunday Morning Many loiid Amen anil Approval!. Christian she sings with faith and hope and practice its dl-"Shts up the hut and turns It into vine nrinrlDles by taking their rest In due seasons and not spending their nights In Questionable places sr.- in a nnsrron to wrenr'Tien thplr health and thnu xrolono their lives. T hurt rather have a Christian pjiv- Ric'nn one who goes down on his knees before eiyen his remedies. poe down with faith In God and confid...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 24 April 1920

V.UiK TWF.I.VK THR DAIXAS EXPRESS. PALLAS TEXAS APRIL 24 1920. ofce1 ii) EJepUblicai) Friijiary Gotytfeijfcioijai):! 1920 ::JG sera asp u G1TY16GAL The Dallas Express Is a secular nnwupaper of the people by the people and for the people and with special privilege to none. Your news Heron and subscriptions are always solicited by our agents who are always ready to conform to the wishes of he people Irrespective of their fitandlng. Th Junior Bethel A. M. E. church entertained the little folks on the church lawn with an egg hunt last Friday evening. Quite an enjoyable evening was spent by the future church men and women. Mr. Max Kail of Oakland Cal. was tn the city on business pertaining to dining car service on the Southern raclflc railroad lines. Mrs. Hall Is supervisor this department. Mr. Tercy Buck a former Dallas man wasilso In Dallas this week from Oakland. Cal. Mr. Buck was appointed In February to supervis- ing instructor of Dining Car Service over the lines of the Southern Pa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 1 May 1920

P1 M n . 1 twm HOME EDITION HOME EDITION . " ... 9 1 Fcundod by w. e. King. '. Thi Republican Party Is The Ship All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. 12.00 Per Annum VOL. 27 NO. 80. THE DALLAS EXPEESS DALLAS. TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 1. 1930. rKICR FITE CB1H MERCY HOSPITAL GIVEN CHANCE TO INCREASE TRAINING FACILITIES. SOCIAL SERVICE BODY OF FERS FUND FOR UP-KEEP OF ADDITION. Philadelphia. Pa. April 29. Tha Trustee of the Mercy Hospital which has been doing very creditable work for twelve yeara in a converted dwel- ling have choaen the beautiful alte of the Episcopal Divinity School. The Whlttier Centre. . aociat aervice or- ganisation composed mostly of Influ- ential white persons who are endeav- oring; to improve the health and liv- ing; conditions of Negroes in Phila- delphia felt that Improved facilities should be afforded Colored young; women to learn trained nursing; here. To that end they made an offer to Mercy Hospital that If they succeeded In obtaining; the new site they were striv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 1 May 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS MAY 1 1920. I'AGE TWO n ravn BROWN "THE FACE AND SKIN PREPARATION SUPREME" 5 V n i Says There is Always a Best IX EVERYTHING Users of other preparations are turning to Velvet Browtn every day you will "EVENTUALLY." Why not "IMMEDIATELY?" Velvet Brown Is BEST for BLACKHEADS". PIMPLES. RING- WORMS LIVER SPOTS FRECK LES and any other skin blemish. It will bleach vou to a beautiful color. I It holds any powder on the face all day long and makes it look smooth and natural. It is a pleasure to use It for It is "SO DIFFERENT" and so much "BETTER" than the others. They are paying the $1.10 with a smile now for they know they are getting their moneys worth. It Is the wonderful day and night cream. Agents everywhere are making money why not you? Velvet Brown offers opportunity. Don't Wle longer write today to DR. FRANK J. HAWKINS For Agency Suite 102 Pythian Temple Dallas Texas A Daintily Perfumed Jar sent by mail : $1.10 On al at Hooper'. Little Gem and Willia...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 1 May 1920

TUB DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS blA 1 1020. PAC3 TEXAS TOONS MABX1X . D. Sales is pastor. Sunday night ' Rev. M. D. Sales was accompanied Martin Texas April 29. We thank by Rev. W. Q. Hunter. P. E. of our Heavenly Father for two-fold Houston District and Rev. Bradley blessings on Sunday. The nrBt be allowed the soldiers to gather at the various churches in- the morning. Second in the afternoon he poured down a Heavenly rain that was much needed. The city was thrown into a gloom of sadness when the news of Aqullla LorA getting drown- ed in Sandy Creek on the 27th. He and a parcel of his schoolmates left to spend San Jacinto Day fishing. After fishing a while they went in bathing young Lord went beyond his depth and was drowned. We ex- tend sympathy to the bereaved fam- ily. Mrs. Fannie L. Hlghtower of Shreveport. La. is much improved after taking the baths. The reporter has returned from Waco where he had gone to hear the much honored Rbscoe Simmons. TESCFLE Temple. Texas April 29. A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 1 May 1920

TUB DALLAS EXPKKSS DALLAS TEXAS MAY 11920. THE DALLAS EXPRESS MLMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. FublUtx-d every Paturdar morntnf ; Ui oar at 26lt tlwlw Aveaua. by CHH DALLAS EXI1 rCBLISHIHO COM PA NT. (Incorporated) Dal la. Tcxaa. iict rork dm Froat Froat J rt. 61U Street. C.itfiKO OUti-a Froat Froat. Bey Atlanta Olhee Froat A Froat. Can Ur TtulWlinfr. Nashville (n Froat Froat. Ia dependent Lira Building. SUBSC1UTION INI ADVANCE. One Year $2.00 Six Months . '.$1.00 Three Months .75 Single Copy ...... 05 MORE THRIFT. ISOTICB TO TUB PCBI.IO. Any arroneoua reflection upon the character atandlng or reputation of any person firm or corporation whlih iar appear In the columns of The Dallas Expreaa will be gladly cor- rected upon lta being brought to the Attention of the publishers. Entered at Pout Offlce at Pallas Teiaa. aa aecond-clana matter under Act of Connrreea. March. 1871. IMPORTANT No anbacrlDtlnna mailed for a period less than three montha. Payment tor same muat be 75 cent...

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