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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 12 June 1920

DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 1920 PAGE ELEVEN) "-if .'"saaaaaaii;" "Sassd4" -Hc; "..asaaw - DEPARTMENT FOR WOMEN V 'i M in 'A w '.J MOTTO:, "To live and learn and be all that not harms distinctive Womanhood" Tennyson 1 J J :ss:a;28siinri;:sss if A MOMENT WITH THE CONDUCTOR JULIETTE LEE. HERE) COMES THR BKIDeV The month of June la the moat pop ular month for Weddings'. Naturally there muat be a reason for this. The first reason may be traced to the culmination of a friendship begun In the fall or previous summer, encour aged and expanded during- the long winter months, when the lovara were shut In and sweet courtship bald away. The long moonlit evenings ad ding a glamour of romantic sotting to love'a dream. Secondly, it la eas ier to live in summer than In win ter and the young people are not discouraged In making plan's and In taking on new responsibilities such as winter coats, suits and fuel bills. Lastly the fruitage of flowers reaches Its senlth In the month...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 12 June 1920

IVAGE TWELVE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURLaV, JUNE 12, 1920 r - - gnyri siHfc' THE GRAND CENTRAL E JOHN HARRIS, OWNER & MANAGER We have just installed the Blizzard Cooling System, which makes this this the coolest Theatre in town.. ATRF mom wr mmarn EL BKTHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Tis a session of gathering In of the finance -from the fields of plenty and beause of so many ral lies at the, various v churches, the many visiting friends were not as numerous this SundayTret, It was a "High Day" with us. The Sunday school is rapidly reaching the heights of prominence. The Official Class leads In the contest. The school presented to Miss Willie Bacon an honor gift for her graduation in the Public High school. She is an active member of the Sunday school. Some changes has been made in the class corriculum as well as teach ers. Miss Lueile Myers. Mrs. Etta Smith and Prof. Powell have been added to the staff. The monthly Cobenant service was held at 11 a. m.; each person seemingly was ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 12 June 1920

PAGE THIRTEEN- PROF.N.W.HARLLEE DELIVERS WELCOME ADDRESS TO GRAND AAAAA.1 xxx xxx cxx LODGE MONDAY NIOHT. k:xm$m$m , DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JTJNE 12, 1020 r z. I Z. X I X T T T "J T Z T T T T T T w w T 7 w v v w w w w w w wXvX , Grand Chancellor, Grand Offi cers and Members of the Grand Court of Calanthe, Representatives of the lodges, ladies and gentle men: The hour is at hand for the convening of the annual session of the Grand Lodge and the Grand Court, and we have left our homes to meet you at the very gates of the city as you gather, coming from your various lodges and homes. The local lodges and courts have com missioned me from among those who come to grtet you and yours with the tidings of cordial welcome as you enter the gate way of our city. As the representative of all the lodges and courts I am author ized to claim 'you as 'our worthy guests, and we. are honored to have you with us as i our friends and honored guests. You are .no long er servants of toi...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 12 June 1920

DALLAS KXrRKSS, DALLAH, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 1920 VAGK FOUITEE.Y ' FLAY, TO BEAT FATHER TIME Mem York Physician' Advice to Thoet Who Maj Be Conscious of th Passing Year. I . Don't grow old or rather, though job prow old 'fa far as years are con cerned, do not get old otherwise. It is easy - to stay young, according to Dr. Louis R. WelUmlller, physical di rector of West Side X Mr C. A. H ere that most people grow old be . cause they cense doing young things; not because they need new glands.' "A mnn Is young," said the doctor, "because he plays; he doesn't pluy b ause he Is young. He Is the product of his own actions. The old man who sits down after dinner, grouchy bemuse the children tuuke noise, has already "passed on.' ; He ought to be Oslcrlzed. "All he Is worth, to the family Is the pay check he bring home. ' "But look at mother, who pltiys games with the children, sympathize with them In their troubles and has part in all tiiey do. She remain flexible; she hasn't had time ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 12 June 1920

PAGE FIFTEEN 1 t PHIL. I. REGISTEI, REPORTER, 915 '4 CALHOUN STREET DALLAS EXPRESS, DA IX A 8, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 12. 1030 xvjt , r 1 " ' J " ' " ." - J "'J J ' ' i ' : f ' ' ' v ' PHIL R REGISTER Fort Worth, Texas, June 10. The parents-Teachers club met at MrJ. G. C. Smith's home. The club was addressed by Rev. Barnwell, the Humane Society officer. Miss Mays, the Red Gross nurse was present and made a strong appeal for better sanitary conditions and - physical aids to our people. Mrs. M. B. Allen was a pleasant visitor to the club. Mr. Leana joined the club. Music for the club was furnished by Rev. Barnwell and Mrs. V. Hemp hill. MRS. C. E. BENSON. Reporter. MASONIC BAND HAS RIG OUTING The Masonic band of Fort Worth under the management of R. Hunt had its initial outing Saturday night. June 3, 1920. The band and its manager boarded a large Kelly truck prepared for the ocacasion at the Masonic Temple corner of Ninth and Jones street at 8 o'clock p. m. The line of outing was as fo...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 12 June 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS. DAJ LAS TEXAS. SATURDAY.sJlNK 12. 1820. FQV HCHSE-DHAWN VEHICLES A. i vagi: sixteen! -K?X?XKKXXK XMXK"Xe X r I f I' Carrlane and Wagon Builder Have About Given Up That Branch of of th Business. Tle members of a firm formerly prominent In selling horse-drawn ve hicles on the Paclflc coast give ioim interesting figures showing how the rarriiifre and wngon builders have lost . buslneMS, duo to the Inroads of the automobile Industry Id the transporta tion field. . ft seems that there were 14,000 bug gies sold In Los Angeles county alone Id 18!5, and 6,500 wagons. Two years later the flint motorcar appeared end . ImHlnes thereafter declined steadily. It Is doubtful If 100 buggies year re sold now In California. Salesmen working In rural dlstnrlcts used to sell rn average of two buggies a day and more sets of harness. One prominent wagon builder jsotd $8,000,000 worth of horse-drawn vehicles In 1800., In 1905 they stopped manufacturing them and concentrated their produ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 19 June 1920

M r INTEGRITY without know- WHATEVER enlarges hope ; will exalt courage. : i . ' Johnson. i If ldge is weak and useless. -Johnson. Form dad by W. E. King. The Republican Parly Is The Step, AH Else. Is The Sca"Fred Douglas." 12.00 Per Annum VOL. 27, NO 87. THE DALLAS EXJPBESS, DALLAS, TEXAS SATTRDAY, JCXE . 1020., mat FITE CF.5TK. IB" 0 "1 J I- EM 119 mm ASSOCIATION RECEIVES HEARTY SUP PORT OF WHITES FOR CONSTRUCTIVE INTER-RACIAL PROGRAM. ALL SPEAK ERS URGE ORGANIZED EFFORT OF RACE ON ALL ISSUES. POLITICAL PARTIES APPEALED TO. Atlanta, Go., June 17. The labor problem and migration of the Negro was the subject of the mass meeting: of the eleventh annual convention of the National Association for th? Advancement of Colored People, held at the A. M. E. Bethel Church Mon day night. Th4 attendance numbeto, 8.000 people, including 600 delegates from forty-three State. On the plat form were seated leading members of both raes. Karry K. Davis, lawyer of Cleveland, presided. Mrs. Florence Kel...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 19 June 1920

picti two THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DA1AA8, SATURDAY, 3TTSK 19, 1920. i t PHIL R. REGISTER, REPORTER, t15H CALHOOR STREET obb V 5 ' I 1 MIhs Channie Mae Collins from Muskogee, Okla., was In the city last week visiting her father, Mr. It. A. Collins,, 1104 White, street. Mrs. L. L. Cook, represents Silver Link Court No. 91 In G. C. . Mrs. Prlscilla Winters of 1810 .Chambers avenue. Fort Worth Is spending a few weeks In Corslcana visiting friends. , Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Golns are hack home from Blabee, Arizona. Mr. Golns and wife look fine and report a fine trip to his many friends. You can find him at his home, 1100 White street. The delegates of the American "Woodmen Camp No. 138 of Fort Worth, Texas, -will leave June 27th to attend the Sixth District Conven tion, which will convene at Houston, Texas, June 28th, 29th and July lt. They are M. H. Hooker. T. H- Tobb, J. A. Jenkins, Dr. W. S Crosby, W. M. Frazier, Alexander Hayes, Jas. Hunt, Willie M. Sherman and Dannie Oliber. The Uniform Hank...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 19 June 1920

V THE DALLAS EXFBESS, DALLAS SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 1920. PACK THEEB t . ( ja. aa Ajfc JfcAA Slftfc PJ&m JifcAW SSaaAk saaa WMMjW-aWWjli-ift? Seme wewRs ib vexas DEN1S0N NEWS 4 By the Chlsolm News Service, Denison, Texas, Juno 17. The cit-1 lzena were very much Bhocked Sun day when Bro. James Arklow fell dead while attending services at the Mt. Zlon Baptist church of which h was -a deacon. In the passing of- Bro. Arklow, the city loses one of Its honored citizens and the church loses a faithful member. He was a loving husband and father. Mr. Doc Smith passed away after a long Illness and was buried Sunday from the Antloch Baptist church. A. J. Monday had charge of the fun eral. Miss Fannie Lee RoBborough was burled Sunday from St Paul Baptist church under the auspices of the Household of Ruth. A. J. Monday had charge of the funeral. The funeral oration of Mr. James Arklow fas delivered by Rev. J- W. Carter from the Mt Zlon Baptist church ' Tuesday evening. Mr. T. E. Grant had the fu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 19 June 1920

THM DALLAS EXPRESS, DAI LAS TEXAS. SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1920. TAGE FOITI rilE DALLAS EXPRESS, IWMBER NATJCNAL N EURO PRESS ASSOCIATION. ul!bed every Saturday morning La th ear at 1600 BwlM Avenue. by itilXAS BS.."RS PITBLISHISTG . COMrA.1T. (Incorporated) ew TurU Ottve, Front Froit ft et. 26th Struct. imko OiUee. Front Froat, Boy ea r-ulMlng. Atlnuut otnc. Froit Frot. Cao iir liuiidlnK. Nashville OOct, Frot Froat, In ttendcnt Ufa Building-. WILL IT BE PRINCIPLE OR PARTY. SUlVSCRITlOJi IX ADVANCE. One Year --, 2.00 Six Months .......... Three Months Single Copy ... .$1.00 . .75 .05 NOTICE TO TIIB1 PUBLIC. Any erroneous reflection upon the character, atandln or reputation of any peron.- Orm or corporation wbluh mnf appear in the columns of The Pll Express will be gladly cor rected upon tte being brought to the attention of the publisher - Pnmred at Poet Office at Dallas, -.. anrond-Alaas matter, under Act cf ConKTese. March, 1870. , . IMPOHTANT " ' - ' - . No ubcrlptlon mailed for a per...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 19 June 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DAILY, DALLAS, SATURDAY, JUNK 19, 1920. PAGE FIVB TYLEB Tyler, Texas, June 17. Mr- Ward y' MeClendon of St Louis, Mo., Is spending a few days visiting his sisters at Troupe and Tyler. Mr. Isaiah Mosely, manager of the Cotton Belt Browns, is giving Tyler base ball lovers the best games for many seasons. Thursday June 10 Cotton Belt Browns vs Marshall Braves, scores 3 to 2 in favor of Browns. Saturday June 12, Cotton Belt Browns vs Rusk Boys scores 5 to 4 in favor of Browns. All these young men showed themselves to be of the best type. They left ' a splondid' record. Mrs. Mary Eliza Loftin of Chicago, is spending a few weeks visiting her brother, Andy, at Bullard, and her sister, Mrs. Charlie Muckelroy of Dallas. Mrs. Lula Butler and Miss John L. Eubanks and Dr. Wheeler of Terrell left home after visiting the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Furch, West Claude Sreet. Mr. Chas. Allen, the druggist, has bought a home on West Elm street- Mr. C. M.MeDaniels and Mr. Dan Mosely a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 19 June 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, SATURDAY. JUNE 10, 1920. TAGV. SIX 1 your mirror will reflect a beautifulcleantcleartSofti smooth, light complexion if you will use GOLDEN BROWN OINTMENT We cannot be white but, we can ba light, bright and attractive. Golden Brown Ointment will make your dark, awarthy akin ahadea brlflhter, giving your akin a aoft, clear, clean, beautiful appearance. LOOK YOUR BE8T BE PROUD OP YOUR RACE Nothing elaa made like Golden Brown Ointment ao atop being fooled by so-called akin whitenera, and ttart ualng Golden Brown Ointment today, aa It la ao much better and ao much eaaler and ab eolutely aafe to apply. Do not delay, but apply Golden Brown Olptment to your neck, face and arma, and In a few daye your warthy, dark, muddy complexion will become light, bright, aoft, smooth and clear. Thoueanda of our race now have beautiful light akin through the use of Golden Brown Ointment and you can have the aame. After using Golden Brown Ointment for a ahort time your mirror wi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 19 June 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, ' SATURDAY, JT7NE 19, 1920. . Jordan has returned after In the east a visit BASE BALL BY J. ALBA AOSTIH RUSK BASB BALL. Marshall team arrived in Rusk, Monday and played two days. First day 5 and 2 in favor of Rusk. Second day 9 to 15 Id favor of Rusk, Wednesday, Kaufman, arrived in Rusk and played two days. First aay 4 and 7 in favor of Rusk. Sec ond day 4 and 6 in favor of Rusk, The visit? annexing the game by a count of 6 to 3. Hayes and Long were the selec tion from their stables In the sec ond fracas and Hayes the big South Paw for the visitors was as wild as a two year - old broncho and so was Long of the local squad. Long walked three in a row while Hayes was satisfied in issuing three, hit one batter (Jones) and seriously No game Friday. Saturday, the J ln.j"r'ng hlm ttnd uncorked two wild leaves. Both were wild in the initial inning but settled down as the game progressed. Long became steady and held the visitors in check. Eight errors were made b...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 19 June 1920

THK DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, SATURDAY, JXTSE 19, 1020. !!'. ' -.- r ' . ' I.i9 nnTnir a rntriiTr " I'll . . . . .. 1 . , -. " :izr la iilaKAnt visitor tn Minn Cvnthla . .1 XB . T& V II Hi f I vittaii i" - hav "i" v i:a a, npa,inMi a anion, i ar atf mmm . m. w j a w aa w a am h m bb v Taylor, Texas, June 17. Mrs. Katie rickett made a flying trip to Bren ham, Texas cn important business. Mr. Bonnie Smith left Saturday night for Cushlng, Okla., to spend the sum mer vacation. Miss Ethel Alexander loft Saturday nteht for St. Louis, Ho., where she will make her future home. Mr. and Mrs. Wljlle are In the city visiting friends and rel atives. Master Johnnie Hunter and t&isa Majorie Wilson have returned from school In Austin. Miss Lillian Vann arrived noma from Knoxvllle College where she has been for two sessions. Misses Hillary Craw ley, Anita Moore and" Majorie Col lins are home from the colleges lhy habe been attending "to do Christian . work" as heretofore. Mlsa Nora Adams...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 19 June 1920

DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 1980. PAGE NOT EGGERS INC. 1 400 ELM ST. AT EXCHANGE PLACE v$ Lial happenings ; vX Fk. EVEHYTHIXa FIT TO TRINT . f)h Vn ' . 3. ALBA AUSTIN, City Editor ( UQ Uffl it "He that hideth hatred with lyjng Hps and he that uttereth a slander is a fool." Keep busy and use some judge ment with your tongue. Celebrate Emancipation day quietly by- going out to the Fair Grounds and enjoy the innocent amusements etc., and make the day a memorable one. Many attractions yjll be had. CMonel Roscoe Conklin Simmons will lecture in the Coliseum. Mrs. Eula Johnson-Campbell, 2126 Clark street, left Monday night for Chicago, 111. She will be gone prob ably several weeks. Mr. J. W. martin left Tuesday morning for San Francisco, Califor nia. She will also visit Alberpueres que, N. M., Los Angeles and other points before returning. She will return home in September. For real live sport on June Nine teenth see the great Auto Races at Fair Park Race Course. Some...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 19 June 1920

rVfiF TEX - ' ' 'pAIXAB EXPRESS. PALLAS, TEXAS. SATURDAY, JWB 19, 1020. ig :Q uno gkmoies ; T "ATP ST. PAUL M. E. CHURCH The Sunday school was well at tended and a great deal of Interest waa manifested in the lesson. Col lection , for Sunday school $29.85. At the morning service Prof. E. L. Gordon gave an address cn the Gen eral Conference In Dos Moines, Iowa. Prof. Gordan had every one Imagining they were seated among the great body listening to the different speeches and resolutions. . At night a Children's Day program was car ried out under the direction of Miss Ruby Ventress. livery one enjoyed hearing the litttle folk display their talents. Total collection $50.00 for the services. REV. J. W. WEAKLEY, Pastor. RUBY VENTRESS, Reporter. MACEDtfxiA BAPTIST CHURCH RAISKD $12,157.40 IS OXE RALLY. Dollar Campaign; every body enjoyed her speech and understand better how to raise the money. Receipts $54-45. , GRIUG.3 CHAPEL IS MARCHI3G ON Rev. E. Arlington Wilson, Pastor Sunday, June 13...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 19 June 1920

r , Dallas express, dallas, texas, battjrpay, jitnb 19, 1920. PAGE ELEVEN : v j 1 1 1 m f' I'T'n m m ir"T p mr'ii i niifBli''Jii r- ga-ssf--- A M IMt. 1 """" fc " 1 ' "i M Mi ' ' 1 ' h " 1 1 ' fc f mk 1 mi 1 . 'aw' "aac , -T B:!-9f,tite9I ak :'iS:!Vjr:!&'r:T.3B! i-i V t II 4 DEPARTMENT FOR WOMEN 1 MOTTO: "To live and learn and be all that not harms distinctive Womanhood" Tennyson 'MM mm 5 . V'.i. A MOMENT WITH THE CONDUCTOR JULIETTE LEE. CLIFFORD HOWARD In the Dental Cosmos No labor truly done Is menial In the, sight of Heaven. He who ful fils honesty the place for which he is fitted Is no man's Inferior. I am as much to you as you are to me, whether I be a carrier of a hod and you a senator of the nation. We can not all be Solomons or Shakespeare or Rockefellers. Nor, for the sake of humanity, was It ever designed that we should be. The linnet does not cease its son because It lacks the wings of the eagle, nor does the ant work any the lens contentedly be cause It cannot gather...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 19 June 1920

VAC1B TWELVE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JCNB 19, 1020, THE ECONOMY BASEMENT A. HARRIS AND COMPANY, In the Heart of Dallas $37.50 DRESSES ON. SALE AT $19.00 $2.00 VOILE BLOUSES $1.00 Very dainty are these , voile and demltle blouses In lace trimmed with good quality pearl buttons all sizes SPECIAL $1.00 Frocks of Organdy Frocks of Tissues if 4 Frocks of Taffeta 19 Up to $37.50 Values, $19.00 Very attractive Indeed, are those frocks of tinted organdy, jf hnfl sheer French tissues, or of fine silk crepe georgette, or taffeta. 1 A'j They are to be had In Just any color you may want, or In the 8m4 popular two-tone combinations. There are, besides the plain Wiffi colors, beautiful printed fabrics, as well as attractive plaids, fomi The styles are as varied as the colors and materials. The . clever surplice bodice Is featured, and there are becoming fichus WtM and youthful sashes. . f;'jtl $37.50 VALUES, $19.00 m FASHIONABLE DRESS SKIRTS $15.00 VALUES-SPECIAL $8.45 Separate s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 26 June 1920

t -an ..fJMMMjj igsir "asj jgW in 1 1 a1 in ji s1 'in i 1 1 1 1 as i HOME EDITION HOME EDITION Mm T KSrfSk f I X ft- Pcandnd by w. e. King. . The Republican Fariy h The Ship, All El?e Za The Sea" Fred Dougla$. . $2.00 Per Annum VOL. 27, NO. 88. THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS SATURDAY, JUNE 86. 1920. FBICI FIVE CEHTfc FRENCH SENEGALESE TROOPS MUTI NY WHEN ORDERED TO PROTECT PROPERTY IN SYRIA. AUTHORITIES CLAIM GER MAN PROPAGANDA TO BLAME FOR REFUSAL TO OBEY. Purls. June 24. A brigade of Sene galese troops, the black aoldiers who up to a few day ago formed a part of the French army occupation and helped to occupy Frankfurt, have refused to embark at Marseille for duty in maintaining the French tone In Syria. When the order to fro on board the transports wus (riven these soldiers, who won renown in the world war, folded their arms and refused to follow their officer. A French General who came to remon strate' had to be protected by hi til a id with drawn sabers. The French War Offic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 26 June 1920

THE DAIXAS EXPRESS, DAlXAS, SATTOOAY, ATNE 2ft, 1020. PAf.B TWO ' 1 FORT WORTMj TE)(AS RiEWS r PHIL. R. REGISTER, REPORTER, 915 CALHOUN STREET Missed Margurite and Mable Gray of Paris, Texas, passed through the city Monday on their way home from Amarillo, Texas. While in the city they spent a few hours with Mr. aud Mrs. E. E. Guinn of , 1158 Evans Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. uumn mo- tored them over the city stopping by the Express office i work, we were a peneuiea iron. i Mr WlllUm Elliott of Corsicana, discussion and gainod new vision. Tptah was in the city Saturday on Next Sunday afternoon the great business 'subject of "Fellowship" will be dis- Mrs. Emma Patterson and Mrs-cussed by the Ex-president of the Estella Williams of Kansas City. W. H. M., Sister M. L. Mitchell, are viBltlng their nieces. Mrs. Annie In absence of our worthy president. Darden and Mrs. Frankle- Lee of I Bro. A. R. Newman, who arrived In this city. Mrs. Bessie Stanley of .Waco Texas, Is In the city visiting Mrs. R...

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