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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 25 September 1920

UNITERSIIX OP JiJUS n SOMEBODY IS GOING TO GET AN " AUTOMOBjXB FOB NOTHING YOU MIGHT IF YOU TRIED. YOC'LI BE SOIUtY It YOU DON'T ENTER OCR GREAT riUZE CONTKST. ' Fonnded by W. E. King. The Republican Party Is The Ship All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. PER ANNUM 13.00. VOL. 27 NO. Bl. THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS .TEXAS. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 25 1020. PRICE TEN! CENTS. Says That Free Fair Elections Are Never Held And That Intimidation Force And Chicanery Keep Men From Polls And Dis- franchise Majority in South. Washington D. C Spt. 23. In' re- ply to an Inquiry an to how the "Solid South is maintained by the lemoci-a-ie machine. George 1:. I.ockwood Iu.vb bare the corrupt Southern practices both pant and present In an article in -the National Republican under cap- tion "New illiivei-y of the Old South." He say 'iii pait: 'Ihe National ICepubllcan has printed many columns of matter setting forth the methods by which the "mock" has been put In democracy by tho Democratic oligarchy In the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 25 September 1920

TCr. TWO. It PHIL. R. Fort Worth Texas Sept. 23 1920. Mies Sadie Dixon of Aniarilla was finitely married to Mr. Kills Ealoy Rlflft of Amurillo Wednesday Sept. 15th at 7:30 p. m. at' the honie of Miss Kula Barrcms 923 E. Magnolia. Mrs. Willie Sampson - was uiuid of honor Rev. Hicks o( the Glpson .Memorial Church officiated. .. Mr. Walter Berry of Snyder was the puest of Mr. Warner of 933 E. Masnolla street Sunday. . Miss Clarice Dillingham and sis- . ter Mrs. E. E. Guiun. 1158 Evans Avenue left the city Tuesday night for Sherman. Prize Winners! Mrs. King Holslon. 871 Helen street Eirct prize 12 pound sack of flcur lucky numher 65; Mrs. Iiice 1115 Florence street Second prize 5 pound package of ' sugar lucky number 4: Mrs. U B. Cobb 1201 E. Edward street Thn 1 prize box of breokfast bacon lucky number 143. These prizes will be given away once per month to the subscribers of the Dallas Express by the local agint Phil It. Register. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jap Odoui 1178 Mansfield Avenue a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 25 September 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS. TEXAS SATURDAY SEPTEX&EIt 25 1020. TAGE TARE TEXAS ? Jacksboro Sept. S3. Mrs. Hattie PIckard and family left Monday for Grand view. Miss . Lora Bell Barnes left tor her school in Al- bany this week. Mrs. Mary Shel- ton of Fort Worth Is visiting her son Mr. Geo. Shelton. The Baptist church is having meeting for a few nights while Rev. Brown Is here. Mr. Jones Means and little son Walter are In Stephenville. Mrs. Maggie Green is a little ill. Mr. and Mrs. McKnlght returned ' to their ' home In Hubbert Monday. Mr. Cr W. Brooks ' sold two fine . hogs bringing a nice sum. Mrs. Susie Phillips is convalescent. Tongue Sept. 23. Rev. W. M. Henderson preached at First Bap- tist church; Sunday. Sunday School and church were well attended. Sunday School in Southtown was also well attended. Prof. E. J. Kir- vin arrived Sunday to open School Monday. Mr. R. W. Williams was ner iasi saturaay. Mr. J. K. Rod ger and wife are spending a while ' In Coolldge. The agent for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 25 September 1920

' - . ' m vv n wv A w a Lt rTf)TITQO Ya a T T 119 nnV O Tl TTT Tfc A V CI7'Tfr''M I?1T1 9Jt 1 0?rt til 1 'i ' 1 THE DALLAS EXPRESS. McMBER NATIONAL NEGflO PRESS ' ASSOCIATION. '. Published every Saturday hiornln lu tho year at itiiw ;wia in'i'ut by Till; DAM At K.VI'HKfcS ri:iLlSHIK . - l ( (llll'AHJ. . . . .'"' I Incoi ii alccj). Dnlliut. TeN'Wt. ' New fork tllliie . I-root miil r'rosl 13 i. 2"H Mrcet. ( hli r.ua OlUce Frost nnil Kreat llnj- vrt lltiiitting. - . .- Adnata OHice r ros? and Proat t no Ulrr limiilliiu;. v - nltvllle Olllce r'ra-st and Pros In-ilrut-nilriit I.Hc lluildlng. Sl'RSCRlPtlOAS L ADTAJiCE. " One Year.........." .........$3.00 Sir Months 150 Three Months ........ .- 1.00 Single Copy -10 KOTICB TO TUB PI'llLIC. Any erroneous i-etlectlon upon the 'character. Handing or reputation of any person linn nv corporation which may appear In the column of Th-.-I'ulln f;xprc will be (iladly cor- rected upon In being brought to the attention of tho publishers. Entered at r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 25 September 1920

PAGE Fljtf. THE lilf.T.AS VTPTfPSQ niT.T.lH. TRTIt fiiTimniv crmmmim . V INNEIt OOrXCII. OF DEMOCRATS 80UXD ALAIIM AT NOMIEK Guild Mate ItooHevelt Found to be polling Hope by Open Outbursts WORDS OF CAUTIOX COMMUNI- CATED. Admission of Extraordinary Power Online Cnmpnlfn Managers to J'nt Stop to Hooh Talk. Chlcnjfo; Sept. 23. ft is rumored that Franklin D. Roosevelt. Demo cratic candidate for Vice-President has been dlplomatlrally called to the carpet for his utterances In re- ference to his connection with the -outrages perpetrated In the Neexo republic or Haiti. His assertion made In early aneechen that he know something about the povern- tnpnt of countries south of us. that he had bepn running a couple of lit- tle countries himself In connection with his duties as assistant secretary of the navy- and had written the constitution of Haiti seems to dis- pense Democratic cencorship. 'Unless this statement should be placed side by side with that made by Candidate Cox concerniner cam-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 25 September 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS . DALLAS TEXAS 8ATCKDAT SEPTEMBER 25 1020. COLORED MK1V ON . O. P. TICKET :T11K GOLPKX CHAIX OF. TUM WOULD IN NEW JKIISKY (By A. N. P.) ' Newark N. J. Sept 23. The Re- publican organization and the Repub- lican Lea a ue of Essex County will BEWARE! lIOT-COr.IBS ARE DANGEROUS have Colored men on their tickets for Assembly nominations in the prima- ries. The organisation has selected John T. -Cheshire of this city and the league Dr. Walter O. Alexander of Orange. He is secretary of the National Medical Association. THE JOY OF THE 4 I V- 'V: T. E. TOLAN C0TT0H-.SEASON Is Abroad in the Land . The Joy of All the People in the Land Is fiat a Golden Chain of the World Has Been "Founded" in the Land. 5 5 PI i 8 This space belongs to THE GOLDEN CHAIN OF THE WORLD. You need not talk because we will put in it just what we please. You need not get mad about the steady growth of the Chain and "sas" us and make eyes at us just look' and see who we are then too look what the Cha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 25 September 1920

THE I) AM AS EXPRESS -DALLAS TEXAS SA1TR1UV. SEPTEMBER 28. parks fr:vt.T J IIS 1 k-i V:.;;-: V;:;-v;;:;-:4 vf-v v.. :;::.v--.x Hi -:v.j . Bishop W. D. JOHNSON D. D A. M.( Ph. D.( "The Peoples' Bishop. Now nearinK the completion of a 6000 miles tour and visitation through the Ten Episcopal District A. M- B. Church. The schedule tour will end at Waco Sept. 30 with a financial rally for Paul Quinn College. Ground breaking for the two great buildings at a cost of $185000 Is the coming event soon to be ushered In upon the people of Texas. NEARLY $70000 KA1SK1) BI BISH- OP PHILLIPS AND ALABAMIASS IN SEMI-CENTINNIAL CELEBRA- TION OF COLORED METHODISM. Birmingham Ala. Sept. 23. Led on by' that peerless financier and leader Bishop Charles Henry Phillips of NaHhville Tenn. the C. M. E.'s. of Alabama have just concluded the most remarkable single financial campaign recorder among Negro re- ligious bodies. Not in promises or pledges; not In checks or notes nor In mere "reports" as In Borne quar...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 25 September 1920

THK DALLAS KXPBF.SS DALLAS TKXAS SATTOPAY SEPTEintTO 2S 1920. 1 i J ai;iisw MADAM MADELINE CARTER-HAWKINS The Wonderful Musician Says; A lovely complexion soft tender' and velvety and a luxuriant growth ot glossy hair Is what you are guaianteed If jrou will use tha ' ' v "J k F Fie rid In Rise A -1 is -.1 f i r VELVET BROWN '. PREPARATIONS : : - . NOW LADIES you can make more speed and get farther into - HIS affections if you be SWEET and look .. . PRETTY r THE FACE CREAM is a perfect bleach holds any powder on the face all day and makes it look smooth and natural. ' The Velvet Brown Preparations will fix you . . -just risht! AU of them made by a real Doctor. Live Agents who wish to make mony wanted everywhere. TRICE LIST. SKIN PREPARATION HAITI GROWER ...... PRESSING OIL TEMPLE GROWER .... ADDRESS- Dr. Frank J. Hawkins M. D. D. D. S. Suite 1 02 Pythian Temple I Jaime Ipva? T " ' GRAND LODGE OF .'CHAIN' HOLDS pTS SESSION. ' GOLDEN ANNUAL (Contiauyd from Page 1). lis KhultrrlMr folds...

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

31 GOODWIN II BEAM AH UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AU3UU ims Wrf9 SOMEBODY IS GOIXQ TO GET AN AUTOMOBIIjB for nothtnq . YOU MIGHT IF YOU TRIED. : YOU'LL BE SOIlItY IF YOU DOXT ENTEK OUt' GREAT rRTZE '' . " CONTEST. ' ; .'" Founded by W. E. King The Republican Party Is The Ship All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas PER ANNUM $3.00. VOL. 27 AO. 52. THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATUBDAY OCTOBER 2 1X20. TRICE TEN CENTS. CT1 IV HI HI! ME6Zto iFb n mni Exposure of Conduct of American Officials in Haiti Causing Stir in Governmental Cir- cles. "Reign of Terror" Taken up by Re- publicans; Senate May Investigate. New York N. Y. Sept 80. After five years during which the Invasion v. ilia miaim ui iiaiu ujf UIIILW States Marines was shrouded In sec- recy silence has been broken by James Weldon Johnson acting sec- retary of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored .People who was sent to Haiti by that or- ganization to investigate. Mr. John son's oharges have been reiterated by Senator Var...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 2 October 1920

DAIXAS. 1 TEXAS. SATI'ROAT 04TOBF.R 2 1920. TMC.r TWO. CENTRAL THEATRE TOHN HARRIS Owner and Manager THK DAI.LAS EXPRESS I li 13m I nfl ' ! h a -oj tra : if 1 CliLlwC I HUCEUw i J. ALBA AUSTEJ CITY EDITOR.- i 1 evkrything fit TO FRKfT. M ' Cool as th Ocean Breeze t1 !..: i ' - 'I I i 1 1 Every Sunday "THE VANISHING DAGGER" FEATURING EDDIE POLO The Herculean Idol of .the serial fans. Continued every Sunday. JOHN HARRIS Every Sunday "The Dragon's Net" Featuring Marie Walcamp woman who knows no fear. Continued The Eighteen-week-serial every Sunday. Every Monday ' -"I Oil SHADOW" Featuring BEN WILSON AND NEVA GERBER Continued every Monday. EVERY THURSDAY "Hidden Dangers" FEATURING JOEIYAN Jean Paige serial So r Fifteen-week Continued every Thursday JOER55VN SPECIAL FEATURE ATTRACTION TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 5TH AND 6TH. "THE GARDEN OF ALLAH" 'Featuring . . HELEN WARE And an all-star cast of 5000 people 'b V '.'" v... I 1 rt U t 'J 1 XV J jar- 57 w 4 A soul-stirrin? love story deal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 2 October 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRKSS. DALLAS. TEXAS. S ATT RIMY OCTOBER 2 1K20. PAfiE TTllttK. 1 DALLAS EXPRESS CORNER 1 FOR WOMEN I ml orn HiLnnEff at school. Now. th&t the School door have opened for another year's work It . Sr Lv to the heart of many mother. The boy and slrli gathered from the street and are put ' t0To many of "n "VrioVher. when we have Bone through the 'tank of Rett- InV our children to nchool. we at once refaxed and feel content that we have . sd our duty and lay our bur- den or cnna iriiii - I Lh eo lnrlnii on our way. Have we performed our whole duty when our children are off to school? In the flrnt place juet how did we let thorn lclvS fr .chool? Were they well fed? "Were they clean? Were Their lewons prepared? Were they Klven any moral uplift by .ome Bible Verne or Morning: Hlble Leon? Let im connlder . the first question vl: Were they well fed? Every mother owe. it to her children to prepare for them some wholesome food before they leave for chool. v Prepare It in time ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 2 October 1920

'A TM.F Font THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS. TEXAS SATI RDAT. OCTOBER 8. 130. THE DALLAS EXPRESS. MXrfPXE MtMBER NATIONAL NEGRJ PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday "morning In the year at 2U00 S'viss Aveuuto ly THK DAM..4S KM'UHSS I'l'HMSlHXG l;o)l I'A V. (Incorpoi atetl) Dallas. Texas. York Oilier. Front and Kraal 12 V. 261 h Mrrrt. thlrnica Oilier Front and Front liny- es lifiMdinir 1 Atlanta Oilier I rout nnd Front Cajav. dler Ilaililiim. Nashville HIHrr Front and Front la dependent l.lfe Hullolng. SUBSCRIPTIONS IX ADYAJiCE. One Year.i ; .. $3.00 Six Months 1.50 Three Months. 1.00 Single Ccpy .10 KOTICB TO THIS I'UULIC. Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may appear in the column of Th lallaa Express will be gladly cor- rected upon its boms' brought to the attention of the publishers. Knter.ed at Post Office at Dallas Texan as second -el and matter under Act o'. Cong-ret; March 1879. IMFOKTANT. No suhcrlpti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 2 October 1920

F THE DALLAS EXPRESS. DAI.TAS TKXAS. SATURDAY OCTORER 8 1920. P.40T! FlTX. TEXAS TOWNS J Wills Point SCpt 30. Mrs. Georgia Mae Battles has returned Y0 her home after some days Illness with ..her mother. Rev. J. W Blair was iti tnwru last week enrfjfcte to Terrell where he wif.."W1 In the interest of the Loyal Mutual InHurance Co. Mr. Angus Walker has moved from Waco. Mr. Billie Dunn left Sunday for school at Waco. Bro. W. Dans mother Is here from the east. Pleasant Hill Baptist church ill gfve a picnic Oct. 23rd. Klce Sept 30. Mr. and Mrs-. Bell Qf Cleburne were guests of Mrs. Bell's parents Sunday. Mr. Harry Robinson of Ennis spent a few hours with his brother Will Robinson. Miss Lou Will Neal of Ennis spent the day In Rice yesterday.- Mrs. Lula Rasberry of Corsicana was here and spoke in interest of the opening of his school. Mrs. Alfred Carter the Avahart children and Mrs. AVillie Clifton are still sick. Mrs. C. Fuller and Mrs. Hood Mowlin are still sick this week. Rev. Bass was ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 2 October 1920

THK DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS. TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 2 1920. V...2 Vy nn THAT'S US Qld 'OF THE CJODLB THE WORLD'S GREATEST LODGE U. ; j T. E. TO LAN JOIN TO-DAY DIE TO-DAY -PAY TO-DAY THU S US 110 BO DY "ELSE Goodbye Mr. 90 and 120 days before the family gets paid. Golden Chain of The v World pleads guilty to the charge. ' We pay you within 30 or 45 minutes after notice of death anywhere In Texas and Oklahoma. ' TELEGRAPH GOLDEN "CHAIN' OF 'THE WORLD When death strikes. We telegraph the money. C "A . Tat will beat "urn." $ !!' ! m infill 30 minutes. THAT'S US GOLDEN CHAIN OF- THE i WORLD Lost 5 members during the past week. We paid them $200.00 each within a "Jiffy." ' THAT'S US NOBODY ELSE . About $300.00 to be paid at the propflr times. Notice the abo cut Will Ewlng is just getting out of his ' - flivver hearse but Mr. Money is in the house paying off -that will beat "em." ' ' . ' THAT'S US ' AU the people are wild about the '.'. QOLDEN CHAIN" OF THE 0RLD CI THE WORLD'S GREATEST LODG...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 2 October 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS HALT AS. TEXAS. SATIRDAT. (VfTOBER 2. 1IW0. V V 5M?2tMiM5M V T Y TEXAS 5 Sherman Sept. SOtI'e marriase of Mr. D. M. Huntley of- jneveport La. to Miss Luzlne McKlnney1 ner hnmp. !)08 East Pecan street. WCi'1' 14 at 7 a. m. ivas consumated- Rev- I. E. Robinson. They left for.; their future home in Chicago spend- ing a few days in Kansas City en route. The bride is a bell of the city being an alumni of Fred .Douglass High School and a member of one of the best families in Texas and befng the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M T. McKlnney while the groom is a successful undertaker in the city of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Black have recently returned from a most delightful trip in Los Angeles Cal- Mr. Jas. Delton has returned home from several months stay in Okmul- gee. Mrs. Keuy Hum ana mue gin are visiting her sister Mrs. Peyton and family in Fort Worth. Compli mentary to her departure to Los Angeles Cal. where she goes to live with her parents Miss Esther Wilson was honore...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 2 October 1920

THE DALLAS EXPBKSS MM. AS TEXAS SATIUDAY OCTOBKR g 1020. 1 !.!ADAf.l KADELI..E GARTER-HAWKINS The Wonderful Musician Says: . A lovely complexion soft tender and velvety and a luxuriant growth of glossy hair Is what you are guaranteed . If you will use th " i J JewsSteisSte: VELVET BROWN I'UEPARATIOXS ; NOW LADIES - : ; V you can make more speed and get farther into . .:. HIS ;U':--::. affections if you be ' v" ;V- SWEET ; '.:.'J?-y' ' y and look ' . - . .': PRETTY '.. . IKE FACE CREAM : ' la a perfect bleach holds any powder on the face all day -and makes It look smooth and natural. : The Velvet Brown Preparations will fix you just right! 1 All of them made by a real Doctor. X Live Agents who wish to make money wanted everywhere. 5 ' rnicE list. . SKIN PREPARATION .....1..... . . ... ....1.10 2 HAIR GROWER ' : 52 4 I'RESSINO OIL .53 J TEMPLE GROWER - .. .26 J ADDRESS " - ' 5 Dr. Frank J. Hawkins M. D. D. D. S. X Suite 102 Pythian Temple Dallas Texas Tcs!gee Opens 40th S sesion. (By ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 9 October 1920

mitt 3'X OOCDSrilf lllTARUTi PAX YOUR POLL TAX BETWEEN OCTOBER 6TH AND 22ND V? j '- r u. SOMEBODY IS GOING TO GET AN AUTOMOBILE FOB NOTHING YOU MIGHT IP YOU TRIED. i rounded by w. e. King. - The Republican Party Is The SKp All Else Is The Sea:' Fred Douglas. . . ter annum fa.oo. VOL. 28 Jo. 1. : " . THE PAIXAS 1 KXTRKSS DALLAS TEXAS SATIBDAY. OCTOBER 9 I'M) V PRICE TEN- CENTS. Says Lily Whites Repudiate Old Republi- can Principles and Oppose Civil Liberty and Just Government; Urges Whole Heart- ed Support of Black and Tan Ticket in No- vember Elections. A huge crowd packed the church of Rev. I K. White in Queen City on the night of September 26th to hear the address of Hon. Wm. M. Mc- Donald veteran politician of Texas now campaigning for the Rlack and Tan Republican party of Texas. Mr. McDonald was Introduced by Rev. L. K. White. After a few pre- liminary remarks he launched out Into what Is considered one of his most masterful efforts. . He spoke as follows: LADIES AND GENTLEMEN: ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 9 October 1920

r cv. two THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS' TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 192(1. Some JFowns In -Texas Temple Oct. 7. Mrs. Jennette Smith who died in Oklahoma was shipped here for burial. Funeral services were held from Mt. Zlon Baptist church. E. L. C. Brandford Undertaking Company had charge of Jjhe remains. MIbs Mary Hill and 'Mr. Fred Powers of Waxahachle were married at AVaymaa Chapel A. M. E. church Sunday evening lie' - M. Sunders officiated. Grovcr C. Mere- dith has bought the Rind Theatre In Taylor and la operating a moving picture show of which J. W. Lewis former cashier of the Rink Theatre of Temple Is manager. Mrs. S. M. Romelle and James Henson Jr. re- turned from ' Anderson where they were called 'to the bedside of their Bister. Willie Wright returned from Cleburne after visiting his mother- Robt.. Guy returned from Brenham where be waa called to the bedside of his sister. After several weeks visit In Chicago Mrs. John Alexand- er and children have roturned. Mrs. O. L. Douglas of Ca...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 9 October 1920

PACE TNRFE to 1QL EH JLiLJI1 THE DALLAS EXPRESS PALLAS TEXAS. SATFRDAT OCTOBER 9 l!Wft. -n dtA swing H VI. H M U U V Y Y $ Y Y Y Y Y Y V Y Y Y Y t Y Y Y Y Y f Y Y Y Y V Y Y Y y y t y y t Y Y V t A f V t V t -If' V V A t V t V V mmmm- r:-i-.k vain OlAf the ID) o n resident eieraoD. r i- i j . i i I I 777 S m -MU.-W No presidential candidate has ever beaten an opponent by a number of rotes equal to the number of wearers of Blue Buckle Over Alls 6 000 000 pairs wornaycar TT isn't brass bands or stump every pair of Blue Buckles they speaking that's made these buy always gives full value. JL millions of men think alike Long wear is woven into the about overalls. It's the overalls tough thick denim cloth. Every themselves. pajr always big and roomy The first pair of Blue Buckle always comfortable. The wide Over Alls was made twelve years" double-stitched seams never rip. ago in an old deserted Virginia The heavy brass buttons and buck- les don't rust or .break.' Every detail has the same ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 9 October 1920

: 1- 1 "J THE DALLAS KXPKESS. MtwrR ' - 1 -.WlXi.HVIft MfcMBEH " NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. ' Iublirhed every !"'aturi1ay morning in the year at 2f0 Hw .Avcnus by THF. DA1.I. KM'IIKSK t'l'ULHIIINM (llMfAW. ( Incorporated) ' DalJux. Toxrm. N.-w Vrk Olllrr front nad Krol ia A. 2lh twt. Chlrnicn Olllrr Iroul nn4 Kl Iloy- cc HuilillnK. Allnnln oilier Front anil Front ( dl.-r UiiIIiIIiik. NnNhvlIlp xntfr Vtomt anil !' !-df-prnUcut I. If llultdlnv. SCHSCRIPTIOXS IN ADVAXCE. One Year -.$3.00 Six MontliB -1.60 Three Months .. 1.00 Single Copy .' .10 . KOTIC'U TO TIIH I'l'IIMC- Any Rrroneoini reflection upon the charac:tf;r tandinif or reputation of any peron. linn or corporation which may appear In th column of The Ialla Kxpreiia will be irladly cor- rcte(i upon It 4 betKK brought to the attention or the ptiDllMhera. Kntered at I'oat Olllra at Dallas Texas. n necond-elaN mittr undr Art o'. Con green March 1873. IMPOHTANT. No xubcrlptlona mailed for a period than three month. Payment ...

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