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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 4 September 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 4, 1920. lait"" im ' 'lh "'I' "ik " 1 'IJfc 111 ' dlkr 'H'J i ' i in I i jfc I i Im ii I fcfc i mm mm Dallas lEocal LJi i Mi i i i T " 1 1 im i "i 1 1 1 mm"' i J. ALBA AUSTIN, CITI EDITOR. CLASSIFIED -ADS." Lemmon Electrio Company, the Old Reliable Electricians. All kinds of Electric Work, Repairing and House wiring a SDecialtv. 817 Al. ten Street, Phone H. 4521. 8-14-tf EYEBYTHINU FIT TO fEINT. We WU1 Call for your furniture tm.e aua snip or store ana COlieci on me oiner ena. cau x 1859. . 7-24-16t PAGE TITRF.F!. The Park Theatre Strength for today la all that we need, For there never will be a tomorrow; For tomorrow will be but another . to-day, " With its measure of joy and of sor row. Do it today, buy your wood and coal. Mrs. Theresa .Talbert and grand daughter of 'Detroit, Michigan, who have been' here several weeks and were guests of Mrs. Campbell and Jackson, returned to their home Tuesday. Miss Marie Turner, -3712 Rose land ave...

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. — 4 September 1920

IVAGE FOTO THE DALLAS EXl'UEaa. Fmrr in MEMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. I'tiblishcd every Saturday morning In the year at SCUO Swlii Avenub v , ' by ' ;- THE DA J.I. AS KXrilKSS rtllHSIUNO UOMIMNY." (Incorporated) Dallo. Texaa, , New York Office, Kraut aad Frt 12 S. 2Vth Street. CMmaa OHIce, I'ront and Praat, Ujr re HulliltaK. Atluntn OHIcf, fr'roat aaa Front, Cob-dlt-r ItnUdinic Nahvllle Offlee Fro.t and Front, la drpeudrnt Life llulldlnit. SUBSCRIPTIONS 15 ADVANCE. One Year...... $3.00 Six Months .....,. ......... 1.50 Three Months 1.00 Single Copy ,. .10 NOT1CK TO TUB PPIIMC. Any erroneoua reflection upon the character. Handing or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear In the columns of The Dallaa Expresa will be- gladly cor rected upon if being brought to the attention of the publishers. Entered at Poet Office at Dallaa. Texan, as second-clam matter, under Act of Congress, March 1879. IMPORTANT.' No subcrlptlons mailed for a period less than thre...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 4 September 1920

THE PALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS , TEXAS, SEPTKMBKR 4. 1020. - ' - 1 FAGS FTTE. UP a TVT VI ,1 ? Seme Twns In Texas r v Hon 1mm, Sept 2. Mr. and Mrs. C. Thomas George and little Maude of Liberia, Africa, were here Tuesday night at the C. M. E. church. The amount contributed was $104.21. Mr. Will H. Evans gave $20.00, Mr. Chas. Jordan $10.00 and Miss Ethel Roark $11.00. There were many others who gave liberally. Mr. Frank Roberson and Miss Susie English were married Sunday night. Mr. Albeny McKee and Miss ....ella Mae Patterson were also married Sunday " night. MIbs Carry M. Seay left for Denison and Tulsa, Okla., Friday to visit relatives Mrs. Charlie Ixmo returned Friday from New Orleans. Mrs. Laura Thomas has returned from Honey Grove, Dial and Roxton. Mr. Moody Thomas and wife were in the c'ty last week visiting his mother, Mrs. Laura Thomas. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Worne Ollphant, a fine boy. Rev G. W. Hen son and wife have return ed from Greenville, Farmersvllle and Nellingvtlle. Mis. I...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 4 September 1920

r.w;K six. THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER' 4, 1920. a L JJL3 UU pk:l. B. REGISTER, KEPCBTES, I15tf calkcsm stbeet COLORED WOMRfT FORM O. O. P. CLUB. . . (Associated Nugro Prss) Reading. Pa., S.-pt- 1. The Colored women of the city have organized a Women' Republican Club. Meeting are held weekly. Mr. Marie llankes la the provident of the club. MME. 0. A. WILLIAMS, Principal Fort 'Worth, Sept. 2. Hair cuts enrolled in the Colored Women's Wel- and chaves have gone up. The gro-ci-r has ruined his prices. The rall ro;uiii have raised, drug stores have mined. t People are getting , better liay for tholr work. Physicians have raised their priced. Clothing has more than doubled Its price. Rent bas gone up. Gasoline has gone up. Cafe prices have gone up. The 8tar Telegram and the Record have gone up. The Chicago Defender has gone up. Taper has gone tip. Printers have gone up. Stenographers and Bookkeepers have gone up. The Dal las Express, the last to go up. De livered to yo...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 4 September 1920

- " ' ' " 1920. page suvira !hM-. LCEUA McDANIEXS, SCIEN Lift offCorns! Doesn't hurt a bit and Freezone costs only a few cents. MADAM MADELINE GARTER-HAWKINS TIFIC JBETHOD OK SCALP MAS' RARE. A' MODERN -WONDER. "1 welling sad witer reduced IB a lew dijri; re (a. stes lirer, kidney! and keirt. Write fv Free Irul Treatnait - WHO HAS on her Concert Tour through the South delighted bo many wjlh her Tlano Music and Song, and who has made 'OLLUM DROPSY REMEDY CMeptH.Atlanta.Gi '-rfi 1; i.i' v Si 80 many mends and agents for c 3 1 '. V ' VELVET BROWN 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 esjabliBhed at Cleveland, Ohio. COLORED PEOPLE IT fTiJ.S OUR HEART WITH PRIDE TO SEE HOW YOU ARE PUSHING THE OTHER FELIX)WS GOODS BACK, WHO WOULDN'T GIVE YOU A JOB IN HIS OFFICE OR FACTORY BECAUSE YOU ARE BLACK, AND ARE TAKING THE GOODS PUT OUT BY YOUR OWN PEOPLE. THOUSANDS ARE now saying that...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 4 September 1920

. PACK KIC;HT THE DALLAS KXPRRHS, DALLAS, TEXAS, 8KPTEMBKR 4, 1920. YY YY YY YY YY ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Which of These Extraordinary Prizes Will You Win? vy V Y yv vy v? vt ! vy yv . YY YY 4 . YY V? VV vv vv vv vv vv vv vv vv YV vv V V vv V V y v yv VV yv vv vv XV fV' VVV y v yv vv Vy vv vv vv vv vv vv vv vf $ 4 vv - y v . vv yv yv y v yv YY yv -yv vv vv YY y v vv yv YY yv vv YY y v vv vv yv XX XX XX XX YY : yy They Are Rushing E Don't Get Left Contestants from every section of this great state are Rushing into the Greatest Contest offering the Biggest and Best Prizes ever offered for a small amount of work. What are you waiting on? Your chance is as good as any body's. THE DALLAS EXPRESS in its pop ularity contest is offering a wonderful - "Cadillac 8" touring car and many other big prizes to the persons getting the greatest number of subscriptions to it in a 14 week period. 1 , DON'T PUT IT OfF. Get in the game and benefit yourself. There are now 700,000 Negroes ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 September 1920

nv-:a:;Ci - -.T'.-v:. .., J t GOODtflH XIBEARIAS UNITE B3ITX OF TEUS PRICE 10 CENTS CS? , . . READ THE : W Assignment of Colored : M Teachers on Page 8. J ! and i ... m 'I "Ampnra s most Dishnrv 1 - tive Weekly." j j irjfc iri---i afcif" tfc " 1 Hh " 11 .,' "" i" 1 aT u Foondod by W. B. King. The Republican Party Is The Bhip, All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. PEH ANNUM $3.00, VOL. 27, No. 49. THE DALLAS EXPRESS. DALLAS, TEXAS,' SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, lV-iO. PRICK TKJt CENTS. M 9fMl Trr HIE HUB STAT 11! mm 53 H. CAPERS SAYS IN ACCEPTING NOMI NATION THAT "NO MAN IS FIT TO BE GOVERNOR OF ANY STATE WHO IS CA PABLE OF INSULTING HELPLESS RACE." H. Capers, nominee of the "black and tan" faction of the Republican party fur Ouvernur, gave it a state ment Saturday accepting the nomina tion. He Bald he la In complete ac cord with the objects, purports and platform declarations of the conven tion. In the course of his statement he' also said: "1 am a Republican. 1 am willing to be dubed a "b...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 September 1920

, THE H ATX AS EXPBBSS. DAIXAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 11. M . MOV TWO Golden Chain of tie World's Grand Con At City Hall Auditorium, Tuesday Evening, September 14th. 1920 An All-Star Aggregation-Black and Tan Too Admission 25 Cents Tickets Now On Sale. See Program SB ' W C ' G. C O. W. HI l - . . . -j .. In TiillH. l ' uur National urana ioage uuucut . n n n C as V AM A 1 ' I V58 A I- . 1 ' ' ', I I dsn AAA Ua We are the folk that pay at once. Ask the peo ple they know. . " ' - We have employed in our office ten girls and four men at good 'salaries That's us. Biggest "thing" In Texas. ' We have seven rooms in the beautiful Pythian Temple. That's us, nobody else. How we grow. Ask the following people whether they were, paid: . DECEASED Creasle Wheatly .. Ophelia Hicks . . Susie Whitby J. P. Gunter .. Phebla Garner Geo. Hackley . Henry. Greenwell Martha Vinson ... PAID TO AMOUNT TOWN ..Medrlth Wheatly $500.00.... .. 500.00.... . ..A. and Willie Hicks ....Longvlew, ..Henderson, Fr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 September 1920

9 THE " DALLAS EXFBESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, 8ATURDAT, SEPTEKBEB 11 1930. PACE THEEI. Wh i c li TD rize Will' You Vim? in ' Prizes, in Money Corn- More Than $1,600 Addition to Liberal missions, Will Be Distributed' In This Big Contest. Here is your opportunity to make good money during your spare time and to win a valuable prize besides. Look at these prizes: GRAND PRIZE Story & Clark Mahogany Upright Player Piano $1,000.00 2nd PRIZE Vitanola Talking Machine (Ma hogany or American Walnut) 216.00 3rd PRIZE Lady's Wardrobe Trunks 160.00 4th PRIZE Diamond and Pearl Brooch . 100.00 5th PRIZE Combination Ivory Toilet Set and Lady's Traveling Bag . ' . 56.00' 6th to 10th PRIZES $10 in cash . " 50.00 11th to 20th PRIZES $5 in cash 50.00 You cannot afford to overlook this splendid opportunity. You have the ability to get out and get your share of the prize awards. Just make up your mind that you will spend a tew minutes every day working for the prize you want. You will be surprised to find h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 September 1920

IMCR FOTJII THE DALLAS EXPRESS. FIRST IN MtMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS . ASSOCIATION. Puhltfhod tivory Saturday morning In the year at Zfioo Hwi Avenu by THE DALLAS KM'IU'.SK Pl'IILIHHIKO Mi Ml A AY. , (Incorporated) - Dallas, Texan. Krw lurk OHIoc, Front and Proat IS! N. SUIfc Street. CblrnKO Ontre, I'roxl nad Frw, lloy- c lIuUttlMtf. Alinnlii (ilflee, front and Front, Can dlrr llulldinir. Kaakvllle otNre Front and Front, In drprndcat Lite llulldlnic. SUBSCRIPTIONS LX ADVANCE. One Tear. r $3.00 Six Months ,...... 1.50 Three Months. 1.00 Single Copy .. 10 notk:k to tiik puiilic. Any erroneous reflection upon the chaiucter, rtuniiinK or reputation of any pnraon, firm or corporation which may aprx-ar in the column of Thu Dallas texprexs will be gladly cor rected upon Its hi'irik" brought to the attention of the publltiht-rs. Texa. a necond-elax' matter, under Act of Contrrer.n, March 1879. IMl'OHVANT. No nubcrlptlona mailed for a period Jena than three mnntha. 1'ayment for same must be ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 September 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 192ft. Seme JlJowns In Jflexas t ; ? t Hlfclibunk, Sept. 9. Sunday School wan well attended at Beth ney. Rev. F. Erby has returned from the St. Emanuel Association at Groesbeck. He preached Sunday from the subject: "I desire a bet ter country." Heb. 11:16. Five per sons were baptised Sunday evening. Collection for the day was $79.89. Mrs. Cecila Lofton died August 29th. Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Strange of of Fort Worth are visiting here. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Glddlngs are here visiting. Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Buck- ley of Oklahoma are at home again. Miss J. E. Lynn has returned to Oklahoma to teach school. Mrs. Mary Landers Is very sick. Miss , Siller Fryoa of Marlin is visit ing her daughter. Jake Harris, Re porter. Gainesville, Sept. 9. Mrs. Geo. Moore and Mrs. Lee Boswell have returned to Wichita Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Sumpter are visiting In Oklahoma City. Miss Geneva David son and little Geo. Simpson left Sat urday, Sept. 4, for...

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. — 11 September 1920

TMCR SIV. THE DALA8 E3LPHE8S. , DALLAS. TEXAS 8ATPRPAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1030. r Mi ! REl .1 it. it Seme Jflovns fn JFexas k Temple, Sept, 9. Miss Gladys Bar nctt spent Saturday and Sunday In Waco last week. MIbs Dora Suc rell, who has been sick for more than six weeks left for home In RoBcnburg accompanied by Mrs. Jerry Moore and Mrs. B. Dorid. Mrs. A- Hargrove returned from Brenhara where she attended the funeral of her hunt. Mr. O. W. Holmes of Chicago left for his home hint Tuesday. Mrs. Una I'arr and grand son of Winches ter, tod Mr. and Mrs. Raft Parr of Kallus are the gueiita of Mr. and Mrs. Will Smith. C. L. Forster and his brother, H. Forster, of Dallas vlr.Itcd their mother, Mrs. Bessie Forster. who has been 111 for some time. Mrs. Forster Is gradually im proving. Mrs. I. B. McClauthing of Okmulgee, Okla., and Mr. 8. L. Lewis of Cause visited their daugh er, Mrs. P. Sllwell. Mrs. Dovie Sneed of Anderson, and Mrs. M. B. Smilor of Navasota are the guests, of Mr. and Mrs. 3. M. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 September 1920

Ik I THE PALLAS EXPRESS, PALL A3. TEXAS, SATTRPAY. SKFTEMBER 11. Iftan. MADAM MADELINE CARTER-HAWKINS If VELVET BROWN were not the best skin preparation on . the market today, D. V. Hooper's and The Little Gem Drug stores would not be selling, more of it -than they do any high grade toilet. DROPSY" TREATED ONC WEEK FREE Shrt IrMikiac n li.v.4 in Imm fcuwi I Iiwdlinf ud witcr ndK4 M a few dajti rrfs atea lircr, kidacra as heart. Writ lor Fraa Trial Traahacat. . DUUM DROPSY REMEDY C0.1DepLH1AUanla,Ca. , VELVET BROWN Mr. Hooper and Mr. Wren are worthy of Negro patronage for they are Negroes themselves. When a race lady goes Into either place for. her toilet articles, gentlemanly and' courteous treatment Is accorded her and the salesman doesn't put anything off on her, in order that he may serve some one whom he thinks because of race Is better. This is true with practically all race drug stores and Negro business places. But back to Velvet Brown, if it were not that Velvet Brown is the...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 September 1920

THR 1UTXAS FIPBFSS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATTTRDAT, SKPTEWBEB 11, 1920. PAG S3 KIOHT II osQ Mir i rgQI mi ff 17 p dz: 6 1 .tf ) f tf Y? $? v H f Tf Tf Tf Tf VY ?? tt Tf Tf It Tf Tf Tf Tf Tf Tf Tf Tf Y . Tf Tf Tf Tf Tf Tf Tf Tf' ft ft- ft ft ft ft f ft f ft tf ft ff ft ft ft f . V YY f v ft ft ft ft ft tf ft ft ft ft ft : ft : vf ft Tf f ft ft f v tf YouWiHBeLate If You Hesitate. Do not continue to put off entering the great DALLAS EXPRESS PRIZE CONTEST. Already we have listed the names of: ' Mrs. L. M. Bates Dallas. . Mrs. I. D. Dickson Gilmer. Mr. Jodie Devreaux Italy. Mr. 0. Ashton Rice. Mrs. A. B. Fields Dallas. Dr. D. W. Shields Dallas. Mr. Norman Woods Dallas. Mrs. Beatrice Wade Wichita Falls. Mr. S. E. Gabriel Hemphill. These people are preparing to win by starting in time. "I intended to but just didn't get in" will be poor consolation when the prizes are awarded and you are left out. Our contest rules, and subscription blanks are completed and we are mail ing them out to our conte...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 18 September 1920

3 X COODWXB mB3XK OF IKUS SOMEBODY IS GOING TO GET AN AUTOMOBILE FOB NOTHING, YOU MIGHT IF YOU TRIED. j t r 1 ; . : ; : 1 . 11 " '' Founded by w. e. King. The Republican Party 1$ The Ship, All Site I The Sea." Fred Douglas. ' v rEB ASKVU 3 00- VOL. 27, No. 60. . - THE D.VILAS EXPRESS, PALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1920. ' , " PRICE TEN, CENTS. Proves From His Investigations That His tory of America is Based Upon Errors and That Indians Got Many Habits and Arts From Ancient Africans Who Came to Am erica Before Columbus. Boston, Mans., Sept. 16. Stranger, than fiction and more startling than any scientific discovery recently made public are the declaration of Pro fessor Leo Welner of Harvard, who claims tiiat Negroes profoundly In fluenced the civilization of the Ameri can Indian and were upon the Ameri can continent before the advent of Columbus, who has been credited by historians as its discoverer. The statements of Prof. Welner are given to the public by Myles K. Con noll...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 18 September 1920

TIIE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1920. TM;K TWO, M. E. . -T 7'X.C' "tnr 1 i V: Some JFowns In JPexas Marshall) Sept, Brown, a highly The public school opens Monday tnd all children must be present M be examined. Prof. W. M. iee, IKnton, Sept. 16.r-6ervlces were well attended Sunday at all church' es. Rev. Glvens preached at the Baotist church. Rev. Henderson' held his third quarterly conference at the C. M. E. church ter. Burgess i Breached at nlcht. Rev. W. P. Crock ett In the afternoon. Very able ser mons were preached for Rev. Hen derson by both ministers. Mr. Riley Jackson, died Sept. 10. Mrs. Ella Sanders died Sunday, Sept. 13. Mrs. Eddie Nlxs returned from Points In Oklahoma. Mrs. Phylls Hall re turned . from McKlnney Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. HuRhey motored to Sherman accompanying their son, Cecil, where he will attend school this fall. ;iiiellle. Sent. 16. Rev. W. Jr. Huntley of Pilot Point was here Sunday. Sept. 12. Rev. J. W. 8. Lowe was here las...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 18 September 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1020. page mnrK t TEXAS TOWNS t y Itasca, Sept 16. Sunday School was fairly well attended. The les son was reviewed by divisions. 1st division, the Queen's visit, Mrs. San frd; 2nd division. The King's Throne, Mrs. Carter: 3rd division, Solomon's Wealth and Navy, Broth er McGinnls. The arrangement was novel and Interesting. B. Y. P. U was well attended, each superinten dent striving to do his best. On ac count of the pastor's absence no preaching service was held. Mr. and Mrs. Jones, the newly married cou pie, from HUlsboro, en route to Fort Worth, their future home stop ped over with Mr. and Mrs. John Teal. Mr. Jones made an Interesting talk in Sunday School. Mr. Bridge water, who has been rn Taylor; for about three weeks returned Satur day. Mr. Troy Fulcher spent Sat urday In HUlsboro. Mr. and Mrs, N. S. Taylor of Bartlelle, are here Mr. Milton Dlggs was called to Co lumbia to visit his sick sister, Mrs. Diggs. He returned...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 18 September 1920

tut-, mimi Ftfitra, mtnt. tm mtt umf, vtnrni',n in, imn. 1!IB ttALLAS MWifori; It I H 3lr f 1 v,A r-,f- 1M c .' ' M&Mgeff I t:A : ion" NS'.5rH pre?s I I'ijhll.tlifd , tvi;i y foinhtnf rriiit-tilrtg in tnc year nt kcui-h avvtiuo 4iit: lUM. V Htr.J;s HiiU!mt: InM:i1'. Ti-xii-i. 7 .Nrt . 1 ol-H . fltU'i J-hll.iitt.-l JiHli iirini UUii tUUi: ItiiV. ii" Itl.'llliliU, ... . . , , . Atlitiiiii iwiw,., i i-ftst it liit i ti t. I'iiH Jll.;r liiiltat.in.. . ,.11 ,1 ll, .i iiil.Ht IHr lilllllllllK. Thfbfi 5!oMhs.;:....:;..:..:,;...;;.;:.:; 1.00 Slriplc Jjbry v.::.:.:::::::-.-.;;:-.;.:.;:::..:; ;1 sotlii: iO iuft I k lit.ie. An fcH-.hfc'.'i r.-floHlon phdrt thy fliai a-t--t-. . H.-imlths nv I rtiMt.-Uiort of fliiy r(.'.4n..hi.)it ii)- Mli'i:(t)'nn hlrh ( iMnnii , of liv.- the ii.iv ,nr " a' in iro riiunnii , or J 'aim , i:.xt .- wilt U ahwty c )( ( !-d Ihm.h It i b- W.nhhl to l.t lilldti rf tlii r-il;li -ti'r -v. V.ntov'f d at )'!. . onw iit lMIln. Sirw, Mrtrcit 1K79. tvu-otH tAr lb, j-ajm'...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 18 September 1920

THE PALLAS EXPltKSS, PAIXAS, TEXAS, SATXTRDAY. SEPTEMBER 18, 1920. PAGE FITK.' A DALLAS MAN COMES INTO THE 1ST PLACE IN THE UNIFORM RANKS OP THE AMERICAN WOODMEN AH MAJOR GENER AL. HE ORGANIZED THREE HUNDRED UNIFORM COMPAN. 1ES. (Continued" from page 4). of the U. S.. which position he fills with becoming dignity, traversing every section of the Union In the performance of hla high duty. Three Hundred Uniform Ranks Are Organized. Gen. Jones has organized three hundred Uniform Ranks of the Woodman since taking charge of the work organizations, and the companies in various parts of the country. The American Woodman certainly employed the right man. As a Dallas young man all Dallas Ites are proud of him. Designs the Insignas. Gen. Jones, besides his military duties In the usual way is assigned the designer of all the Inslgnas of the Woodman's uniform Rank phar analia. His knowledge as a drats man and delineator with pencil and brush in his knowledge of art be ing of much value to him i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 18 September 1920

T.(V. SIX. THE DALAS EXPRESS. DALLAS, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 18, J 020. TEXAS OMuirne, Sept. 9. The Friend ship Baptist Association closed Sun day at the Mt. Zioa BaptiHt Cburch iter having raised $7,650.97. Rev. i. W. Hawking is attending the Na tional Baptist Convention at Indian apolis, Ind. Mrs. Jones and little fraud daughter of Madill, Okla., and Mrs. Adams of Mineral Wells are irncMs of their daughter, Bister and aunt. Mrs. Leatha Porter. Mrs. Jen aie Prince's son. It. Lewis, and ne phew. S. Griffin of Dallas were vislt fciS relatives last week. Mrs. Sue Creen of Henrietta was visiting rela tives last week. Mr. Richard of Kort Worth, was guest of Mrs. Vir ginia Fortune, Sunday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Redic Hamilton, a ,boy. Mrs. Bertha Turner of Austin Is vis iting Mrs. Bessie Jay. Mrs. Annie Clover and Mrs. Lula Martin of Palestine are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Pollard. Prof, and Mrs. O. L. Price en route from Denver, Colo., were in the city Saturday visiting relatives. Mrs. M....

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