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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 1 March 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1919. PAGE FIVE CITYLOCAL J. ALBA AUSTLN City Editor. Miss Flora E. Brooks, member of Nineteen nineteen graduating class of Colored High School. Ft. Worth Is In tho city, a guest of her sister, Mrs. J. S, Smith, 2720 Flora street. Alius Lena Conoway of New Iberia, La., is the guest of her brother, Lewis Conoway, 2710 Flora street. - Mrs. E. Love of Denlson, spent a day i with her friends, Mrs. J. M. Donald son. 3403 State street last week. Mr. W. E. Bromley, our resident agent at Henderson, Texas was a pleasant caller Sunday. He was en route to- Ft. Worth, where he lllled a business engagement. Miss W. M. Stamps, one of the teachers in the Pacific avenue school who previously reported to have been seriously ill at Marlin has improve! and returned home Saturday to 3311 State street. .-',' ' Mrs. Wayman Alexander of Hous ton, U this week a guest of Mrs M. L. Island at 3311 Slate street . Miss Estella Lewis, 3601 Thomas left last Th...

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. — 1 March 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS. SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1919. PAGE SIX 4wwm- wtttttff Now For Better entistry B e s t V o r k Lowest Prices COMING! In Rulnir to he Winy mrlhud. 22-KGold Crowns Bridge Work Gold Inlays White Crowns The Dental Specialist the following price (or few days to Introduce our superior work sod PR; YOPEI ..,.. to tiUW $.U0 to $3.00 .....$U0 lp $W0 to $5.00 rainless Extraction . Set of Teeth Alloy Fillings Gold Fillings .... Artificial Enamel 1 50c $7.00 Vp ..fiOc to $1.00 $1.00 l p $1.00 lp. Dnn't let that mt r DENTAL work or tha t set of teeth you can't wear discourage, you ni'H WAV 1H IMIFFItRNT. IT IS THE E-Z WAV. If we don't give you the utmost in rnHPOUT HATIHFAt TION and APl'KAItAX'E, It shall not cost you a tent Our prices arc loss than thoe of your former dentists, made possible by organatlon, system, volume ; . .of business and buying facilities.' . ' We Have Special Offices For The Colored, Where We Give You The Best Service ' Our work la (iOARAM'KED....

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 1 March 1919

r THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1919. PAGE fifcKN THE FKOTLKS' rTRJi IT I'KE COJ WE BUY, SELL AND EXCHANGE GET SLOAN'S FOR WHAT DID SHE t Texas Towns YOUR PAIN RELIEF DOT; :w . ..... . .... .1 MARSHALL. Marshall, Texas,' Feb. 27. The very sad news reached Marshall that Mrs. J. P. Calvin and Mrs. Esther Nixon her daughter died In El Paso, it was a great shock as the Rev. J. P. Calvin is a leading spirit In the M. B. Methodist church an honored citizen of Marshall. His family Is one of an Idle of this community. The remains were shipped to Mar shall for Interment' Funeral attend ed from the Ebernezer M. E. church. Itev. Ed. W. Kelly, pastor attending. Resolutions were offered by the Household of Ruth, Wiley University. From El Paso Phlllis Whoatly club.W'llling Workers club. Rev. Kelly preached a great fun eral. The choir furnished soul in spiring music. Burlod with honors of the Household of Ruth, G. U. O. of O. F laid to rest in the Mack Johnson cemetery. The...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 1 March 1919

TT- THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1919. r.u;c eight 3ZE ZESTS THE WORLD. WOHDER OIL AND GAS COMPANY OF KANSAS CITY.- MO. HAS JUST PURCHASED A FOUR ACRE LEASE RIGHT 121 THE HEART OF THE 6REAT BURKBURNETT TEXAS OIL FIELDS AT A COST OF SI 5,000.00 Cur lease is on the Stephen Survey, which is adjoing the Haffman Sumj. The holdings of the Marine Oil Campany were sold only a few days ago for 53.500.000. which was a part of the Hoffman Survey; and every dollar invested in the Marine Oil Company is now worth $17.50. Our driller. Mr. C. M. Flickinger. who drilled three wells for us last Spring, in the State of Kansas, is now on the ground in Burkburnett with his drilling machine and will begin frilling our well just as soon as arrangements can be completed. M '"" """" II Our SpecialiOffer To Texas People. HOffUJ WOMDEff OIL Cd W are selllnic to the public 50,000 Shares of our Stock :tt $1.00 per share par value, and we have allotted 20.000 of these Sharea to Texas peo...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 1 March 1919

TWELVE PAGES THIS WEEK PART TWO PAQES 9 TO 12 8 1 n I, 9. .1 3 S v "VOL. m, no. 20. 1 In Pays To Insure With The I.American Mutual Benefit Ass'n, Home Office 419 Milam St., Houston, Texas. 1 Pj,,-;.,..!'s.i: ' 7 T 1 v L. FRANKS Pioneer Insurance Man f ; . Good commission for For information APT APPEAL FROM! AN UNFORTU NATE YOUNG WOMAN, WH IS NOW LANGUISHING IN THE JAIL AT PARIS, TEXAS, AYI A IT IN G TO BE TRIED FOR HER LIFE. To women and girls who enjoy free ' sunshine: "How caieful .then ought I to live, with what religious fear; who such a strict account must give, for my behavior here." It takes experience . to make us, fully realize just the misery, the regret, suffering and hardships that are tne result of Just one mistake. Yet thoe who have to undergo such experiences ough. to warn those who are not In trouble to be careful to shun such. My awful plight Is the result of leaving home and dear ones being persuaded to do so by one whom I thought ccred for mo, but found Admission ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 1 March 1919

T PC.K TEX DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 1,1019. PAY AIID FILE INCOME TAX BEFOREM AR.' 1 5 U. S. Internal Revenue Bureau Gives Warning That Severe . Penalties Will Be Enforced. i 320,000 Stock si H ' HI i ! ' ill ; i i n $ H M y I I K i K PRIKG MILLINERY Suits, Dresses, Shirt-Wuisis. bkiits. Shoes,. at a bi saving. n We give Free Moving Picture Tickets. - y FOUR $ coons EAST n EKVAY N'S FOUR DOORS EAST OF l street j708 EL Al STREET goldsmith Bring this "ad" with you aid recejve a Souvenir whether you buy or not. see BEV. C HABPER IS IM DE LIYERAXf E OF -THE COUNTRY MOM 4 IX TOWS.". By Mr. O. O. Suirley, Teacher, of the Primary Circle of The St. John's Institutional Church. Dr. C. AJ. Harper kh-s farther oner the top a crowd-setter and lecturer Ung ueiora tiie hour of the lecture Sunday afternoon, t'eo. 23, 1911), fc't jonn'a, Church wa3 crowded to ovcr tlowing. by the time the speaker took the platform, It was reported mat many hundred had turned away. The crowd tha...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 1 March 1919

DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY. MARCH1,J?10. PAfiK KLETE5 5 Ik : I' I II l-'i'' .K OLD CITIZEN DIES Fort Worth, Texas, Feb. 27, 1919. Mr. George Terry died at his late residence 1002 11th. Ave., Thursday night, Feb. 20th 1919. He was horn ed in Weatherford, Texas, in 1861 and came to Fort Worth when quite young. He was married to Miss Mollle Doves in 1890. Mr. Terry was sick about four years. His wife and two daughters, Mrs. Dollle Parker and Mrs, Jimmte Kirby survive him. Mr. Terry was a respected citizen, devoted husband and a loyal father. A pioneer member and a pillow of Key West Lodge No. 6, K of P. Funeral from the residence conducted by Dr. R. S. Jenkins. NOTU'El The Ameriran Woodmen's Banquet "There will be a banquet given at St James Baptist Church, E 2nd. .. and Harding, streets under, the aus picles of the Fort Worth Camp No. 138, Thursday night, March 6th, in honor of the Supreme Commander, iC. M. White who will lecture -. on Woodcraft. Other : numbers will also...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 1 March 1919

DALLAS EXPRESS, HAELAS, TEXAS, SATOOAT. MARCH 1, 1919. I : no V SNe PICTURES 1 HIGH SCHOOL THEATRE It ; 3211 COCHRAN STREET (I3AK V t Y Y Y Y Y ? 0 Mm VKV.V, TWKI.TK AG. nn iinn era II El f I X V if A , V r I ) PE-VRL WHiTF, 111 Lightning Raider' SPECIAL ATTRACTION Monday and Tuesday, March 3rd and 4th "GR AND PASSION," A sensational devalopement in the Great Mountain ridg-s, western part of mou itain town, its dance hulls all filled with painted women, games of change, 'hrwiirg, intoxicated mountain workers and are among the scenes of i n n -i- irr..Ti V it n ("REAt PASlON SATl'nUAT, MARCH 8, "THE M TEST," Coutinued every Saturday. Coming Suon "iKE SILENT MYSTERY," in 15 thrilling episodes, featuring FRANCIS FCRD. . HERBERT BATTS, - - is Your Name on Ou r v IE Theres a page in our books fjr you see these wonderful inducements' offered this week to start your account with us and save you many dollar? on new ' and refinished furniture. .' . - Only $2.00 This 2-inch Post 3-8 " inch fi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 8 March 1919

v.. I ! H ' Founded by w. &. Ktog. , '"The itepubi unm fan ne iihipf All EUe la The Sea." Fred Douglas. ti&o Per Annum TOL. 26, NO. 21. ' ,. DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1919. . ' , FBICB KIVK CUM-s - i fl I, .ii i ' " - 11 ' - H 19 Llli h IrA UUVJ ' Now that the war is over and labor Is adjusting itself to peace conditions, the question arises as to whether Negroes are going to continue to have i the same opportunities which they had, while the war was on, to And employment in all sorts of occupants. The war gave the Negroes the great est economic opportunities they have .had since their emancipation. The nation in general, and capital in par ticular, came to have a greater ap preciation of their value as an eco nomic asset. ' The question now con fronting them is, will these exceptlon- - al opportunities continue?' An Important after war industri- 2 Family 2 Room al opportunity, which Is being afford ed Negroes, is through the Chicka saw Ship building Plant at Mobile,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 8 March 1919

iL. : " -: ?.A(; rwo THE PALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY. MARCH 8, 1919. DALLAS PROPEMIONALa TEXAS TOWNS NEW METHOD T9 I Cltburnc, Texas. March 6. Mr. Will Joiis of Kt. Worth and Mra. .!ary Jones wtie married Sunday evening af tho heme, of the bride, liov. Jopppii A. Drown oftlclatwl. Mrs. KJIza Jones Is remodeling her home. Mri.. C'tbflia nrigaiin ho has been si-!t at the home of Mrs. Canvell lkd at Dillaw. Kev. B. Smith, pas tor of the C. M. E. church lectured to the ladies only Sunday evening which wa enjoyed by all present. Horn to to Mr. aud Mrs. Oscar Ty ler, u baby girl. Miss L. T. Phil lips and lrn. Zanza Saddler epent (Saturday In Ft. Worth. Mrs. F'lorence Childress -died Sunday niKbL Fun eral was attended Monday at the First Baptist church. Rev. Joseph A. Brown, officiated. Mrs. Marie Baxn hr spent last week in Clarksville vlsitlns relative. Sho was accom panied home by her nelee. Mrs. Mol lis Frame spent Sunday In Ft. Worth. Mr. Charlie Kay, who ha teen h) the arm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 8 March 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRES3, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1919. PAC5 TIIKEK OUR NEW HOME . I ' y k few ' V 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 Poro Corner Write Today for Further Information 7DR01CQ.LLEEE St Louis, Mo. Dept. A-12 TEXAS TOWNS 11EARNE. Hearne, Texas, March 6. Mr. Wm. McGee had a stroke of paralysis this week, but Is improving. Irvin Berry died Thursday, acute indigestion the Valise. Was carried to Calvert and hurried. Rev. S. S. Frazier, filled the pulpit for Rev. J. D. Leonard, the pastor of New Elara Baptist church at 11 o'clock Sunday, pastor being ill. Mrs. A. A. Hearne, closes school at Bench ley on the 7th inst., reported a grand and successful session. Sho has made good at this' place aud has succeeded herself here year after year. Miss M. U Westley is visiting friends in Houston this week. Mrs. Will lam Cook and...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 8 March 1919

VAGS TQUll THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS. SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1919. TEE PALLAS EXPRESS NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. HuMlslH'd every Saturday morning ta tiitt yr at B(0 SwU Avenue. THK D.tl.LA! rcvpHKS", rCRLISHlNG CUUI'AXV. (lucmporaxed) Dallas. Toxau. Hrvr Vork Oilier, Krnat Kml IS N. 2Sth Shoot. tM.iu; om.c. i'rot & Frot, IW- Atijio'M oilier. Frost & KrfMtt. Can- dir I ;i j ili nr. NMhvl!Ir llMlrr. Front At Front, In 5-p.r.leiit l.li'a Ilulldini;. W. IS. KI!fO, Editor J. It. JOIIMAN, MM(W. Entered at Pot Office at Dallas, T.a. an accoMd-clana matter, under tcl of C'ontir, March, 1811. IMPORTANT. No auhncrlptlona mailed for ! j-rrtod than three month. Payment fr namo mini b BO centa. tll!ClllPTION( 1JT ADVAHCK. 4n Tar. . ....... t-U Mnnlhu. . . .. . Thr Month.... final" Copy.-. ...i .11.10 , .75 , .60 . .06 notick to thb mm.ic Any erronemm ' reflection upon the rharartcr. Handing r reputation of ny peron, firm or corporation wiM.h tiirv appoar in the column of the l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 8 March 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1919. PAGE FIVE 4 TEXAS W m i. u'iFiiw.tinisMPiHM. n .'.h ..' -- -nm Waco, Texas, . March 6. Madam Anita Pattl Brown appeared in a mimical recital at Central Texas Col lege. Madam Brown was seeming ly at her best as a packed audienoi greeted her repeatedly. She left las Monday evening tor Temple. Misses, Mary Donald and Mabel Alexander Perry, teachers were home to the Madam Brown recital. Mr. A. S. Da vis of Palestine, Texas, Is visiting Mr and Mrs. Hi vena, daughter and son-in-law. He left for his home with sadness and regret. We chroni cle the sudden taking' away of Mr. John Square, who was killed by a switch engine In the Cotton Belt yard. Mrs. A. B. Thomas is report er better. Lieut. Fred D. Porter ar rived home from over seas. ' Dr. J. D. Grant of Marlln, looked us over this week. Dr. Hunter waB in Waco, a few hours chatting with old friends. Mrs. Marcellus Or vis of Dallas, spent last Sunday with parents. She returned to Da...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 8 March 1919

TUB DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1919. .i2?3C9c j.-tte, iijS OFFICIAL NOTICE. THE PEOPLES' FURNITCRE CO, inn pen hp I Now For Better A? if D if p M Best Work III COMING! if t YOPER'S Lowest Prices t ,. . , ,. The Dental Specialist ;hon. w.e. kinq iibUlibLilllllffl Is Rolnjf to Kive following price for a few days to Introduce our superior work and t:usr incluod. ' 22-K Cold Crowns $.130 to $00 Set of Teeth t7M I'p Itridgo Work ... 3-0 to 1-lKi .' Alloy Killings ........ 50c to $14)0 Gold Inlays $1X0 I'p Gold Filling $1.00 I'p White Crowns ....... V0 to 5.0U Artificial L'namel 1.(K) I'p ,;. .. Painless Extraction 50c - rion't let that poor f'KM'AL work or tba t set of teeth you can't wear discourage you CI It WAV IN IHrTERK.VT. IT IH THE V.-'l WAV. If we don't Rive you the utmost In COMFORT, MATISFAIITIOX mid AITKARAM'K, it shall not cost you a cent, t Our prices are Icbb than thoae of your former dentists, made possible by organization, system, volume ' of busine...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 8 March 1919

ji -J THE DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1919. PA'.TU SEVEN "J I f Colored all of them left Saturday night for the Capitol City. Mrs. D. J. Johnson, Mrs. John Johh son are visiting in Dallas, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene. Johnson. ACHES AND PAINS QUICKLY RELIEVED WE BUY, SELL AND EXCHANGE WHAT DID Texas Towns Phonos Main MAS TRADE US YOUR OLD F U K N I T U It i: PREPARATIONS ITASCA. MINERAL WKLLS. Mineral Wells, Texas, March 6. Arrivals: Rev. P. D. Yoakum, Cle burne; Rev. W. T. Talley, Amarlllo; Mrs. George Robinson, Seymour; Mr. Arthur Stuart, Palto Pinto; Miss Kinerlee Thomas, Cleburne; Mrs. Georgia Mae Elliott, Mr. Cecil Tomp kins and Vernie Jchnson, Ft. Worth; Mr. Will Hodse of Ft. Worth 13 here visiting friends. Mr. Wiley Craig has returned home from Ft. Worth. The musical managed by Miss Maggie Simmons was a success. Miss Ethel McGar, the sweet voiced nightingale" rendered a vocal selec tion that held the audience spell bound. A neat sum was realized. B...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 8 March 1919

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1919. ' 1 E WHO WONDER OIL AND "GAS" COMPANY: OF CITY. ' MO. A33JT THREE WEEKS AGO PURCHASED A FOUR ACRE LEftSE RISHT IX THE HEART OF THE GREIT BURXBURIEfT TEXAS OIL FIELDS AT A COST OF SI 5,000 00. 7 VYccouU sell our lease to-day far 3i f 00 if w cared to do so. ad nwi Daily Paper lor orices of Burk Bu neft I jase. Our kstt is oi the S ephen Turvey, which is atljo'r.y the Kotfnian Survey. The holdings of toe Minns 1 1 Campany were sold only a few days ago for $3,500,000, which was a part of tbe Hoffman Survey; and every dollar inyerteJ in the M rine Gil Company is now worth SI 7.50. Our driller, Mr. C. M.'FHckinqe-. wha drilled three wells for us last Spring, in the State of Kansas, is row on the ground in Burkharnslt with Lis driUia j machiae and -.Kill begin driliingour well just as soon a i arrangements can be completed. . . ' . 'v u;t: i:w;iit it a k M a Our Special Offer To Texas People. , We are scUlnjj to tlie public GO.O...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 8 March 1919

TWELVE PAGES THIS WEEK PART TWO PAGES 9 TO 12 tol. ae, no. tu - - , lit ' ' s ' ' --- In Pays To Insure With The I American Mutual Benefit Ass'n, Home Office Milam St., . Houston, Texas. L. FRANKS Pioneer Insurance Man n i Good commission for For information Pythian Frolic Monday night, March 24th, 1919, at Pythian Temple 2549 Elm street. WOMAN CHARGES FLOUR POISON ED. ; Carbolic acid in the flour of which Mollis Johnson, Colored, 13, made buckwheat cakea, nearly caused her death Thursday morning. She charg es her bro;her-in-law with placing the poison in the flour last Monday. Police are hunting him.. , She was taken to the Emergency Hospital and there saved by an antidote, .. Hear tbe Flsk Jubilee Singers at Pythian Temple, Friday night, March 14, 1919. 1 1. . i 1 i ' y k - ..-j Admission 25c; Branch Office 2549 Elm St., Dallas, Texas. Organized 1908, licensed by the Insurance and Banking Depart- ment of Texas. Paid to Up members over $400,000 for rlckness and deaths. Still do lus...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 8 March 1919

DALLAS ESTRESS. DALLAS, TEXAS, SAT1RIUY, MARCH S, 1919. rrr.E tkv FflFP CO O cj ST CO CO a CO IfH P M J I) E IN MILLINERY Ready To-Var Shoes, Children Dresses. 3.B0 value trimmed hats.. .$1.48 $18.00 value capes.. -....$8.98 $ 7.50 value Pumps and Oxfords ......$5.00 $ 3.48 value children dresses size 6 to 16 - only one to customer. ..98 By paying a small deposit you can have yc ur dress, suit or hat put away for Easter. W? guarantee our prices lower than any other store in city. FREE GO O Cj 3 W- COHEN'S s; Tim STORE m 1708 ELM ST. CO CO CJ u H miss you and your spirit jvlll abide with thew, to blais them. Good bye, Nora, the little blonde headed boy, will remember you lov ingly, the "Cookie" who teased and played with him. And Miss Slbilla and Fraulein will pass your kitchen often, thinking affectionately of the "Cookie" who worked with them and served them. Sleep peacefully, "Cookie" and may the angels welcome rou before the throne of God. "In my father's ho will say,. "Welcome, ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 8 March 1919

DALLAS EXPRESS, PALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1919. PACE FIEYFT I ,l"e$,fr,a,e'a,e,aia$le4,"H,,a,a',e4fr4&$,l,$il,a$44,4j$,fr$$$'4fr fr'H' 't"H J. Fort Worth, Texas, March 8. Pro(. ftj. M. Terrell o( Houston,, formally yal Ft. Worth was in the city last Sunday and visited Bcveral churcheB. Adam HurJ-Bonner Nuptial. Thursday evening, Feb. 27th, 1919, at 8:45, marked the culmination of one of the most beautiful weddings ever witnessed in Ft. Worth, when Mrs. Theodosia Adam Herd, one of Ft. Worth's popular young women became the bride o( Mr. C. Bonner o( Jefferson, Texas. The ceremony was performed by Rev. J. H. Winn, at St. James church. The church was beautifully decorated with palms, ferns, and autumn leaves and filled to its-capacity with anxious spectators.- ' The guests were given a royal re ception at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Major Harris, 814 E. 2nd St., sister of the bride. Many beautiful prcasnt3 weio received. - Mr and Mrs. B. V. Drown were painfully cnjurlcd by...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 8 March 1919

A. 4 , t imm: twelve JDALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATUR1AY, MARCH 8, 1919. 4 vv4H'44l .'- .,4,(.,i..fr,frt.,fr,.....,.,fr A 2 nO.VINQRCTURbS Ifhe Grand Central Theatre! r r HIGH SCHOOL THEATRE 3211 COCHRAN STREET . " . PEAKL WHITE. ''1 Lightning Raider' SUNDAY, MARCH 9, ' THE '.' "Lightning Raider cjntinued every Sunday. "LURE OF THE CIRCUS" Continued every Sut.di y. SPECIAL ATTRACTION Monday and Tuesday, March 10th and 11th "IS ANY GIRL SAFE" A cry against Vice. Father, Mother, Son, Daughter, Sister,' Brother should see the great picture. A fearless arrangement of monstrous evils shown to packed houses everywhere in the East. XX v i A- --"..- ;v-.:- 4 If X II A . ::?V,(;,.:i,Li:(. I 7 J: 5 ) "i SATURDAY, MARCH I5TH, THE TEST! Come early to avoid the rush. ' ADMISSION 11 CENTS AND 17 CENTS $ HERBERT BATTS, PROPRIETOR FTTTTttTtTT s Your Na me on Our v ? ? JOHN HARRIS. JOHN HARRIS, MANAGER - Sunday March 9, Houdini "The Hand Cuff King" Continued every Sunday, featuring "HOUDINI." "...

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