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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 26 June 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS SATI RDAT, JUNE 2, 1920. VAC.K THTtER eAeee every Sunday evening at 3:30 p. m. Some Towns fn Texas and Flora streets, at Dallas. . For any information write or X i nboue any of the above officers. I THE WONDERFUL HAIR GROWER eeaa SHERMAX. Sherman, Texas, June 24. Fam- ilv rniinlnn At ih nnlatlal resi dence of Mrs. Alice Delton, 419 E. Pecan, Sunday 20 inBt., at high noon, the following named relatives dined. Mrs. Delton hoBtess, Mrs. I Mary Alexander of Fort Worth; j Mrs. Callie Allen of Dallas; Mr. E. , J. Dougass this city. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Huntley this city. The following out of town friends : were present: Mrs. Annie Johnson j and Mr. Henry Saunders of Fort Worth. The menu consisted of ten , courses. Mr. and Mrs. Jean McGlll of. Omaha, Neb., en route to Fort j Worth, to visit relatives, were the guests of Mrs. Alice Delton on me 19th. Miss Lavader Dorchester has re turned from Quindaro College In Kansas. Miss Lillian Irving died in Ok lahoma City. Inte...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 26 June 1920

TACK FOUR THE DALLAS EXPRESS. DAT LAS TEXAS. SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 1020. TIIS DALLAS EXPRESS, MfcMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRE3S ASSOCIATION. 1'uolished every Saturday morales; a the ear at 2600 Hwlu Avenue. f DALLAS EX'uks PUBLISHING company. (Incorporated) Dallas. Texas. - lark Ullct. Frost sTost I W. mh street. t hic-Kco ouice. Frost Frost Boy- ftntlrtlnf. Atlanta (tfllce. Frost & Frost, Can- i T Building .'Vaskrllic oitsp. Frost Frost, In- 'ritrit l.'f- Hutliling. SUBSCRITION IN ADVANCE. One Year 2.00 81 Months . $1.00 Three Months .75 Single Copy OS ftOTICR TO THE) PUBLIC. arroneniT reflection noon th "rsote', tnr"n or remits tin" nt .- r"r"n fl-m nr. comoratlon wMh -- npnf fn th rnliipiviB nf The ' Express will be gladly eor- nnnn lr helnr hronh t Entered at Post -Office t ri. wnni-ciM matter, under nirp- March. 187M IMI'oftTANT No subscriptions mailed for a period less than three months. Payment or same must be 75 cents. THE DALLAS EXPRESS has never hoisted the white feather, neit...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 26 June 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DAILY, DALLAS, SATURDAY, JVNK 2, 1930. pa;e FIVE! TOWNS IN TEXAS LAWTON. Lawton, Okla., June 24. The gospel cyclone, Rev. J. G. Glover of Kansas City, Mo., and the evan gelical wizard, Rev. A. A. Banks, secretary of the National Baptist Evangelical Board of U. S. A. call ed a ten days' revival at the Gall- lee Baptist church. They had a great success and -stirred the sins up In Lawton. We are to see much men in Lawton. Rev. E. D. Parker was at his post and baptised Sun day. Rev. E. D. Parker also preach ed a forceful sermon Sunday night. Rev. Owens left Sunday night for Washington, to attend the Sunday bchool and B. -Y. P. U. Congress, Mr. Frank Houston made a flying trip to Dallas, to attend the 19th of June. Mrs. Alice McLeo made little Arthur Houston, Jr., a pres ent of a gold ring. AVEATIIERFORD. Weatherford, Texas, June 24. Sunday was a high day at the C. M. E. Church. Rev. B. Smith, the presiding elder of the Fort Worth district, held his , quarterly confer ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 26 June 1920

TIIK DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, SATURDAY JUKE 2, 1920. TAKE SIX ft m tV teome lexas iowns v I J BKOWNSBOKO Brownsbono, Texas, June 24. Miss Ora U. Kelly of Corslcana is vis iting Miss Tbolma Massie. Jordan ud Jordan have made some improve ments in their cafe. Dr. Butler, U. 8. A. Evangelist, begins his rc Ttval at A. M. E. church to con tinue several days. Miss Thclma Masnte entertained at home In honor of Miss Kelly Tuesday night The young people enjoyed the dancing and games, after which a delicious iced course was served.- The 19th tit June was a great day in Athens. All who came enjoyed themselves. Those who stayed away missed a treat Despite the threatening clouds people came from all directions. The Moderator of the Palestine Association, Rev. W. A. Alexander was In town on the 11th Instant organizing a General Convention. TYLER Tytor, Texas,' June 24. The 19th t June at the Emancipation park, under the leadership of Rev. B. Abraam was a grand success. Plenty of free barbecue for...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 26 June 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, SATURDAY, JUNK 20, 1020. PAGE SEVET Some' -flewns M Pexas v MABLIS. Marlin, Texas, June 24. All of the Sunday schools were open on time and had full attendance. The paa tors were promptly at their posts. Rev. P. G. Lofton, the popular pas tor of the Flrt Baptist church preach ed a strong sermon from the subject, "Do what He tells you to do, and you will obtain eternal life," with one ad dition to the church. Rev. P. P- Mar tin, the pastor of the Church ot God, had good services and bap tized one. The 19th was celebrated at different points in the country, though a heavy rain fell on Friday evening. Hon. T. L. Sodors spoke for the people at Thompson's Hill, while C. C. Taylor made a short speech at KlserB Grove. The city is full of bath seekers. Mrs. "Wil liams and Miss Lenox of Fort Worth, Mrs. Hunt of San Antonio are at the Oriental Bath House. Arrivals: Mrs. J. W. Terrell from San Antonio, visiting Mrs.-Lula Gibson; Mrs. An na Brown of Drumright; Mrs. B...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 26 June 1920

TBB jwi CXPRESS, DALLAS TEXAS, SATURDAY, JCNE 20, 1020. teiascafc I :. J r : . - U . ;! TEXAS TOWNS 1 . . I GUKKXV1LLE. Greenville, Texas, June 24. Rev. J. I). Davis of Roxton station preached at Wesley C. M. E. church to the delight of Rev. E. S. Moore and congregation. We worshipped is the afternoon with Rer. Crawford at the Christian church. Rev. Rice who was due to have preached the Taborlan sermon at 4 p. m. did not arrive until about 6 p. m., from Center Point, belated by a punctured tire. Revs. Moore, Davis and Crawford entertained the crowd ntll the long looked prelate ar rived. Rev. Davis was on business for the Epworth League. Lodge col lected $43.53 and for the church $10.00, total $53.53. Mrs. Maggie Hope of Paris visited week. Mrs. Pearl C. Blocker la visiting parents in Oakwood this week. Dr. Woodson of Nacogdoches Is in the city -this week.- A number of visitors visited the office of the Fulton Confectionery and Produce Company on the 19th. Mrs. Catherine Hodge and Mi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 26 June 1920

DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEX SATl'KDAY, Jl'NE 2, 1920. lAGrt MNF. A j 1 1 COLOBB STBEEI TO! 1 . LroG-al Rappenings EVERYTHING FIT TO TRINT J. ALBA AUSTIN, City Editor Dr. L. M. Mitchell, Jr., passed through the city en route to the Doctors' Association which he held at Corsicana, Texas. Mr. George Mabson, a young business man of Austin, was In the city this week. Mr. Theodore Donaldson, spent a few hours with his sister, Mrs. Lowe and frieBds, Tuesday after noon of this city. Mr. Donaldson at tended the University of Iowa, Iowa City, this year. Mrs. M. . Hudson, 1010 Boll street, has purchased a new car. Rev. and Mrs. G. F. Hood of Ft. Worth, were , in the city Monday on business. Revs. R. W. Shaw, H. Fletcher, N. P. Williams, M. P. Ford. M. ' Wills made a business trip to Fort Worth, Tuesday, Mrs. T. H. Chambers wishes to i announce the marriage of her daughter, Elolse to Mr. F. L. Har ris, which was solemnized at her home Sunday evening at 7 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Harris left Monday...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 26 June 1920

tact: tex DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS. SATTJB.DAY. JUNE 20, 1P2Q, -SSSSSSSSSS I ill iHi O US lt g I II I fill U a SIR ffl . a era miv lamiUBB v n n - - - 0 JIT. GILKAD BAPTIST CHtTBCH. Sunday a beautiful day found the pastor, deacons, teachers, superin tendent, president and members In their respective places, in the house of the Lord. Sunday School was well attended. We had a great lesson and many good things were learned. Collection $3.16. At 11 o'clock the pastor, Rev. T. H. Hen derson preached a great sermon from Heb. 12-13 verse, subject, "The Duty of the Strong to the Weak.!' The sermon was full of power. At 3:30, Rev. F. K. Khlte ' preached the K. and D. annual ser mon from Job 5:24, subject "God's Exaltation for bis People." Those present were over Joyed with the holy spirit. Pastor preached a noble sermon at night from Psalm 60:15, subject "Saints Remedy." .The sermon was excellent. Deacon EL BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH. 1 $107.40 waB given by the church t, . w , ,.. j as a tok...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 26 June 1920

PACE KI.KYK A DEPARTMENT FOR WOMEN & iS2y MOTTO: "To live and learn and be all that not harms distinctive Womanhood" Tennyson i U1 1 I CIS A MOMENT WITH THE CONDUCTOR JULIETTE LEE. Al'MT PAT'S I'OISTS TAttLl: NIC IIS It is really gievlous to Aunt I'ut to have noticed In lier visits around that ho much is lucking in our younj; folks. Ono thins 1 notice vHpccially is the tubli manner of our young folks. It Is willy allocking to no tice how uncouth some of our younjj men and women are. Who is to Ultimo for this? The question can be easily answered. Ttie parents are to blame of course, the mother most of all It seems hard that the molhei has so much put on her shoulden but since she has the constant cart of the yountt. naturally she has the piealer part of their training. Wo exp?t nothing elhe but uncouth table inarineis out st socials, parties, tea nml nthir fm-niK ttt .-.rwlnl initarluln. inent, when the maimers at tin; honi3 tuble are bad. Hon't think for once J that ou can eat o...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 26 June 1920

DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS. TKX SATTTKDAT, JUNE 2, 1920. PACK T'tt'KLYM mm ill Lay yy k m. m mm ( ft s n ft n ".! m mil ' iB i i tun mm . r:; 1 m mm k y M .i M V h) a ! ii ti 'till K.'.K:;T 5 ; ' V; 'trait lil'-fri!!. PURVEYORS OF DISTINCTIVE ADVERTISERS' LITERATURE There are three reasons for the genuinely satis factory printing jobs that are turned out by the Dallas Express printing plant. Equipment! Organization! Human Interest! And the greatest of these is human interest. The Dallas Express printing plant at 2600 Swiss Avenue is splendidly equipped to take worthy care of the mechanical part of any printing job which it undertakes, The equipment includes two modern mtertypes, one large cylinder press, two job presses, one folding machine, one stitching machine, one motor driven perforating machine, and an outlay of type and other necessary accessories unequalled by any race plant in the Southwest. The Dallas Express printing department force is made up of trained men and women. Each ...

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

ffe ALWAYS THE TRUTH WELL TOLD. AMERICA'S HOST DISTLX TIVE WEEKLY! 1 ' ; - " ' i - , I. , i. , ii. ronnd by w. a King. The Republican Party Is The ShiplAll Else Is The Sea:' Fred Douglas. 2M Annma, , , . . . m ., , .., , -,- I, i ' ' 1 11 1 nilCE VTK CEST5L TOL. 27, No. il. THE DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS, TSXA3, SYITJIDAY, AtTQ. 28. 1920. . Jl 1 . ' : " - ' ' ' WAR VETERANS OF THE FAMOUS EIGHTEENTH ILLINOIS WILL SUPPORT THE GRAND OLD PARTY, COL DUNCAN'S INVESTIGATION HAS PROVED THAT THEY WILL STAND BY THE PARTY. Chicago, Aug. 28. According to Col. Otia B. Duncan, of the Eighth Illinois Regiment, hero of the Argonne Forest, who has made an Independent Investi gation among his comrades In the world war, the colored veterans will vote as a unit for Harding and Cool lldge. Col. Duncan has received hun dreds of letters from every section of the country and the preponderance of the sentiment expressed weighs heav ily in fuvor of the Republican candi dates. The Colonel commands the only milita...

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

THR VAliAS EXPRESS, DAIXAS, TEXAS, SATUnDAY. AHO. 28. 1320. t.uscus curvet's meeting adopts e:ll cf rsshts TO ZZ"itU KECH2ES CF TKE WORLD. (Continued from Page 1). absolute necessity to the future of the negro race unci that it Is an absoluto necessity for us to set this movement runnhiK at full power trom this hour forth. , Fre "KstlncUon. 'If the noKro does not show tn the HL-xt century that he is the equal of the white In cupaclty. In HRhtlng pow er, the white, man will never give him the chanco to show it. With his con trol of industry, of communication, of munition power, the white will domi nate tho negro In Africa and out of It to an extinction as complete as that of the American Indian. Yes, 1 think it will come to a text of liKlUlritf power. Do nut miminder Hand me here. It Ib not the purpose of this movement, now or at any time under contemplation, to encouruKe armed or unlawful rebellion by the nt-irro nKulnst the constituted author ity of countries llko the United Htatea...

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

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, KAUNAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUG. 28, 1920. PAGE THTtF.E. y MADAM MADELINE CARTER-HAWKINS WHO HAS on her Concert Tour through the South delighted so many with her Piano Music and Song, and who has made so many friends and agents for vpt aft rpown n V -LJJ-i J I JL X V W JL IS NOW Putting the same proposition over big In the North. So well has VELVET BROWN taken in that section of the Country that a Northern Branch has been established at Cleveland, Ohio. COLORED PEOPLE IT BILLS OUR HEART WITH PRIDE TO gg dcei nirvv iuu ake. rusmm i ii xin.it r HiUiAJ w o uuuua BACK, WHO WOULDNT GIVE YOU A JOB IN HIS OFFICE OR t. BAvpADV UPPATtop VAtT a tut tit a ntr a vr Ann fMAirinn rriTf.- 'A GOODS PUT OUT BY YOUR OWN PEOPLE. THOUSANDS ARE now saying that VELVET BROWN is the most positive bleach, that It removes bUwk head, pimples and all kinds of skin affections better than any other preparation. Aim TTiTn n aato -- ..11.. 1 1 V. 1 Ik uun rutin, uuuuo ttre eiiuajiy rename. VELVET ...

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

THE DALLAS EXI'KIWS. MEMBER' NA'l ICN'AI, NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Puhlinhed evry Snttirdny .morning In the year at 2G00 Hwlns Avenue by THK DALLAS EirRK Pl!IIMSIIIN COMTASV. (Incorporated) Dallas, Texas. lNw York omcf. Front und From VI N. Ittik rrt. Chimera Office, Front and Front, Boy re IIuIIiIIkb. Atlnntn OfHcc, Front nmd Front, Com dlrr MnlldliiK. Nanhvllle Office Front und Front, In dependent Life llullillnn. SinSCRLPTIOSS IX APYAKCK. One Tear . Six Months - ..$2.00 ..1.00 76 05 Three Months.. Single Copy NOTICB TO TUB rCIILIC. Any erroneous reflection upou the character, (landing or reputation or any pnrson, firm or corporation which may appear In tha columns of Tha Dallas Express will be gladly cor rected upon Its bnnsr brought to the attention of the publishers. Entered at Post Office at Dallas, Texas, as second-class matter, under Act o? Consrens, March 1879. lMrOHTAKT. No subcrlptlons mailed for a period less than three months. Payment for same must be 75 cents. THE DALL...

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

THR DALIES EXPRESS, fUt,T.AS, TEXAS, SATURDAY. Ai d. 28, 1!20. PACE FIYE. I TEXAS TOWNS ? ? Itoiilinni, August 26. Tile churches reported good attendance and fine services Sunday. Rev. D. J. Joncb carried on a successful revival at New Home Baptist church last week. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Lent Stephens, a girl. Mis. Justina White, who was brought home very 111 last week, is improving. Little Charlie Joe Ears kins s sick. Mr and Mrs. Gus Let of Fort Worth, who has been visit ins relatives here, lelt Sunday for Oklahoma City, Okla. Mrs. Battie Booker is here visitln" relatives. Miss Mildred Roborson left i'.unday for Wichita Falls to visit her mother, Mrs. Lizzie Roberson. Misse3 Odessa and Henrietta Rundies .of Clarksville are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank Phea. Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Hill of A'nona, have made Bonham their home. Mr. Oscar demons and child ren of Muskogee, Okla.. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Noah demons. Mrs. Rendia Eliolt hasv returned from Bensenville, Ark. Mrs- Lillie Mae Ree...

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

1M0K SIX. TEXAS Marlln, Aus- 26. The Good Hope Wentern Association closed a uc ceBful segalon electing all officers, but clerk and treasurer, raining tbout J2.500.00. There were from iwo to tnree thousand delegates and Isitors lu attendance and we can afely say fiat there was not a word to mar the feelings of the most fas tidious, rlieir houored fiuesls were. Dr. U I Campbell, M. M Hanes, Austin; and W. H. Fuller, Financial Secretary. Among the Rood women tuhn vtuitiwi the Association as bpecial gneats were Mrs. Elir.a Davis licorice and little Maud from Africa, Mrs. White and Mrs. Hendrix, Marlin. Clay and His'ibank furnished music. Mis. L. G. Hebler of Ufcon. Oklo., visited Mrs. L. E. 8pecd. Mrs. W. B. Taylor and Mrs. Delia Rouden of Ennls peeped in at the Association and returned. Miss Beulah G. Taylor Dentim, after spendina the summer at Prairie View, stopped over to spend a week with her father, Mr. C. C Taylor. Rev. G. W. String follow of Cameron was mixing with the pastors of...

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

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUG. 28. 1S20. PAGE SEVEN IMF PHIL. R. Fort Worih, Texus, Auaust 2C, 1920. Mrs. Georgia Taylor of lOu Penn be in Galveston for a week. Swim ming will be his hobby. Mr. R. C, Clark, a south Texab real estate man, was in the city Wednesday. Mrs. Georgia Tayor lot 100 Penn street has returned from Austin, where she visited her motber, father end brother. Mr. W. S. Sanders, Supt. of Mt. Calvary S. S., has returned from Dal las attending the Sunday School Congress, bringing home a grand re port. Little Eddie Kelly, age ten year, son of Mis. Mattio Kelly, fell In the Trinity River Tuesday evening about 6 o'clock and was rescued by a UttH boy 13 years old, Shadey Lee Vlnder, holding hint out of the water with a piece of wire until Mrs. Jones of Julian Street puiled him out. Miss Georgia Taylor. 1101 West Belknap, has returned from Austin where she has been visiting her trick father and brother. Mr. Kirby Cosey left Tuesday for Los Angeles, Cal.,...

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

PACK i;iGHT THE DALLAS EXPRESS. PALLAS TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUG. 2S, 1920. TEXAS TOWNS ('Minnie, August 26. The Friend ship Association will conveno Tues day August 31, at the Mt. Zlon Bap tist hurch. Miss WilUc Marie Fields and little Miss NetU Mae Shelton of Hillsboio ere visiting tliclr cousin. Miss Rosa Bell Neal. Mrs. Hosena Garrett of Clifton is ruest of her nephew and nelee, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Kelly. Mr. N. Manning and daughter have returned from Lock- hart. Mrs. Annie Tyler and son and daughter are visiting in Calvestton and Houston. Mrs. Annie Hun'.er has returned from a visit to relative-In Dallas. Mrs. Eilic Heasley and daughter. Mips Charlie, are isitln; In Galveston and Houston. Mir.s Bet tie Llghtfoot, who has been visiting her sister at Vernon has returned. Mrs. Bertha Rice and children of Vernon are visiting her mother, Mrs Llmraa Llghtfoot. Mr. and Mrs. Ed, Helm are visiting in Kansas City, Denver, Colo., Los Angeles, Cal. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Corzino, a toy. Mrs. Emma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 4 September 1920

,3Z'!1"",,I' I ALWAYS THE TRUTH 1 Til ArA km AMERICA'S HOST DISTEIC UVE WEEEY! : . i i - ' . i n i : bT w TAg Republican Party Is The Ship, All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. ' ' web annum 3.o. VOL. 27, NO. 48. ; THE DAIXA8 EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 4, 1920. PRICE TEX CENTsT FtMIEitJF m FOLLOWERS OF GARVEY STANDING ABOUT MEETING WHEN "BACK TO AFRICA" MOVEMENT IS CRITICIZED. POLICE ARE CALLED TO PROTECT MINISTER FROM THEIR ATTACKS. New York, N. T., Sept. 2. Disciples f Marcus Garvey and member of the Universal Negro Improvement As sociation became violently demonstra tive on Sunday evening. August 22, directing their anger against the Rev. Charles S. Morrla of Norfolk, Va., who preached that evening at the big tent on Went 138th street, which ix being used by the Rev. Dr. A. Clay ton Powell and his flock from Abys sinian Baptist church for a series ot outdoor meetings. Dr. Morris, in the course of his sermon on the signill cance of the oiesent discontent in th" world, tc.ok ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 4 September 1920

ph:f. two THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 4, 1920, Some Towns Tb Texas to be administered by Pastor Wash ington. The pastor is asking his many friends In Ranger and High bank to allow him to thank them for the National Baptist Conven tion, Sept. 8th. Deacon Pellam and Bio. Wyatt went to Stamford, Bun day, prospecting. Mrs. Nadlne Car ter will go to Fort Worth on busi ness Thursday. Every Colored per son In Texas should not only be a reader of the Express, but a sub scriber. Rev. T. C. Nickleberry was sick Sunday, but was able to be church Sunday night, when he learn ed that the Madam had returned from her trip. Rev. J. H. Womsley says he is happy in his new field of labor at Cisco. Friends of Mrs. Turner. of Mart, who Is on the sick lint here are expressing their sym pathy by helping her. Remember, the ExpresB tells you all the news of the race. Read It. ' Mrs. W. R. Banks, Miss . Lizzie Perry and Miss A. Mitchell of Tex as College, Tyler are guests of Mrs. a a ftira of...

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