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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 7,77 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...

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. — 9 October 1920

: 1- 1 "J THE DALLAS KXPKESS. MtwrR ' - 1 -.WlXi.HVIft MfcMBEH " NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. ' Iublir,hed 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....

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 9 October 1920

TIIE DATXAS EXFRESS. DALLAS. TEXAS. SATTUDAY OCTOBER , 1920. PAGE FIT?.. 4 COI.OUKI) slATTALIOTtf , - TO II K FOIIMKD. I'rrmlnnlan (; rant yd by Governor. Boston. Mbku., Oct. 7. It la (rratt fyinw; to learn that a a cqnseriuenca of the agitation covorlnfl: several months of thn war veterans f this City fur a Colored Combatant Bat talion, permlflaion has been Riven for the formation of game by the Gover nor of the State The Massachusetts Oilicers Association have been main ly instrumental in brintrlnn this about whilst the representations that j nave on more man one occasion oeen made by Attorneys 'Wilson and Icwis carried their measure of influence in the matter. They brouirht to bear fpon the authorities the fact that the Negro has made Rood within the last 4(1 years, and should bo Riven a chance to widen his capabilities. Humor has it that Captain 13. P. Morris has been named for the posi tion of Commanding: Ofllccr of the branch to be formed and it is under stood that 2nd 'Lieute...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 9 October 1920

u- THE DALLAS 'eXTBESS. DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1920. vxc.r. six. 5 ! ! i GHQWDED HOUSE Gil TEXAS POLITICS (Continued from pawe 1). csa purchase only what our fifty cer.t piece use to purchase, we ought to feel fifty cents below par. Bebt. War runs a nation Into debt and when we arc running Into debt, most people mltnke that for prosperity and when we begin paying, we call that adversity. The bills created and the d'bts contracted by the National and State government, the people, white and black, must pay some day these debts created and made by rea - aon of war. Taxatlea. - The people will bare to meet these debts and bills by taxation direct or Indirect. . The poor man, the great middle class of people, white and black; the toiling producing masses must pay Iri- the end. all of these colossal war debt Then why should the poor electors cast a ballot against a League of Nations? Who Is bene fitted by WarT Not me, and I will cast my bollor to stop war, regard less of what...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 9 October 1920

THE PA IX AS EXPRESS, HALLAS. TEXAS. SAT1 BDAV. OCTOBER ff. 1:M. FAOHS REVJTO DEPENDABILITY I hen dollars have decreased in buying power and the public ' is called uDon to tav the additional costs of production, and when the question of quality of preparations is thrown to the scrau-heaD and dependability of service and quality of results entirely discarded, 'Madam finds herself confronted with the prpblem of how and what witn tne same money may sne purchase for her toilette. For-milady's beauty and saving her. precious dollars, in sist upon articles tljat bear this seal. . n n I i -,-iFtC:''i I I p L r i . Found only on rIADMIC.J.WiM'S Wonderful Hair Grower Vegetable Shampoo : ' . Glossine ' Tetter Salve " ' Temple Grower I '-. Vanishing Cream I Cleaning Cream L Cold Cream ' . Witch HazelJelly j Vegetable Oil Hand Soap Complexion and Toilet Soap i i Superfine Face Powder, (white, rose-flesh, brown) I Compact Rouge , I Antiseptic Dental Cream . , . EXPENSIVELY COMPQUNDED BUT CONSERV...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 9 October 1920

imoe fight THE HAIXAH EXPRESS. DAU.AH, TEXAS, WATtHnAY, OCTOBER P, 1920. READ! THINK! LOOSEN! 'This Will Get it" THE VELVET BROWN COMPANY wants a few more live agents who are willing to do Bide hustling for some quick money.- , .T We hare agents who are making money for themselves, how ever, we want a few more. "As an Inducement, we are going to give pome agent a trip to Chicago, riilltimn, (Ilnlnif car and, every, thing attr you leave the South and a peep at the sights in the "Windy City" all froe. .. : . ,' ' - .We are planning an agents' contest, you can't loose for any one who handles . , ; ' ' .,(..'. Velvet Brown Preparations will tell you that they are great sellers. People actually cry for X tlim and our commission Is liberal.- ' , THE FACE CIIEAM Is a real "whang." A beauty producer, a knockout and a Joy-maker to any one who uses It. -THE HAIR PREPARATIONS have the kick that stimulates the old -dome to action and ambition,, and the kind of hair, that you want seems to awake...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 16 October 1920

PAX YOUR POLL TAX. OCTOBER 22ND IS THE TIME LIMIT Xpr " h : 4; Or SOMEBODY IS GOING iV) GET AM AUTOMOBILE FOB NOTHINQ, YOV MIGHT IP YOU TRIED. --- a i, i i i i , .. i. . - . j 1 1 i .... l Founded by w. e. King. , The Republican Party Is The Ship; All Else Is The SeaSFred Douglas. , ' ' tkr anvum 3.oo. ' 1 1 ' ' ... , VOL. XXVIII, NO. 2. . ' THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1030. ' , TRICE TEN CENTS. SAYS GOOD DEMOCRATS DO NOT EX IST. NAMES HOKE SMITH, VARDAMAN AND TILLMAN AS EXAMPLES OF DEM OCRATIC GOODNESS. SAYS REPUBLI CAN SYMPATHY AND LOVE OF JUS TICE COMMEND THEM TO ALL AS WORTHY OF SUPPORT. I " - I UilUr . IU.IIJI . Uiu lrrtf-11 . IITTni f'tM H"M Chicago, 111., Oct 14. In a letter recently made public, Henry Lincoln Johnson, National Committeeman from Georgia, (rives strong reasons for the support of the Republican party by Negroes. The first letter written to him by a friend recently settled In the north caused this letter which has become a chrttfce b...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 16 October 1920

mv ma a wtttait VrrfiTiim. 1A l ma v.nn two To Fort Worth SAMPIJS TREATMENT. t Y v V y t V T Y Y Y Subscribers WE HAVE NO FT. WORTH AGENT NOW.. AH persons, regular subscribers to The "Express" throuch our former Ft. Worth agent, who send in their names and address es to The Dallas Express office, 2600 Swiss Ave., Dallas, will be supplied with the pa per until we can arrange for regular delivery in Fort Worth. ' Papers will also be on sale at Temple Drug Store, East 9th street and Peoples Un dertalang Co., 1014 East First street. V f V V V ? ? Y V ? ? ? ? .? ? f ? ? ra t Worth, Texas, Oct. 14, 1920. iIr. John Henry Jackson of Fort Worth, Adj. General of the Uniform Rank Dept. American,' Woodmen wis a guest of MaJ. A. W. Holman, who Is also a staff offlcer of that depart ment. The two paid Mr. Henry Lee, recorder of Gunter Co. No. 3, a brief visit Sunday afternoon. SUNSHINE SKCTIOX ALLEN C. E.j LEAdilE. - - j Oh! why should the sDlrlt of mor tals be proud; Like a swift fleeting meteor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 16 October 1920

THE DALLAS KXTRKSS, 1 DALLAS, TEXAS, 8ATCKPAY, OCTOBER 16, 102O. Seme Pqwrs Ib JFexas ' Wolfe City, Oct.78unday School tu well attended at all churches. Rev. GUraore was at his post and preached morning and night t Mrs. Patste Cobb of Greenville was In the city on business. Prof. J. I. 'Jackson of For Worth returned home. Miss W. L. Smith passed through the city enroute to Sulphur Springs. Mr. Haywood Cage of Allen. Texas", Is in the city visiting friends and rel ative. Please give the reporter youn news. Honey Grove, Oct. 14. Rev. A. R.( Roquemore delivered one of his able sermons at the Primitive Baptist Church Sunday at 11 o'clock. Rev. J. R. Swancey preached at Monks town to an Intelligent audience Sun day at 11 o'clock. Mrs. Cherry Gray, who has been Indisposed for the past week was able to be out Sunday. Mr. A. W. McFarland Is visiting Okla. The Harding, Coolidge, Capers Black and Tan Republican club was en tertained Sunday evening at 6 o'clock by Hon. Wm, McDonald, who de liv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 16 October 1920

TIIE DALLAS EXPRESS. MtWEER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Puhllhhivt -viry Saturday morning in tfce year at 2Mt K'viKa Avenue uy THE DALLAS KSI'KKSS rUHMMUNCi fOMI'ANV. , (Incorporated) ' Pullan. fei. Krvr York oni.-r, Front and Fraai IX . 2Hlh Htrcrl. Chlrnicn Oilier, Front nad Front, ltoy UulUlinir. Allantn Olhoc. Front anil Front. Can dler Iliiihltiiit. KnnhvlMv umtr Front and Front, In-drprndt-nt Life llullillnn. SCUSCBIPTIOXS U ADYAACE. One Year..... 13.00 Six Months . 1.60 Three Months . 1.00 Single Copy .10 .NOTICE TO TUB rEIILIC. Any erroneous reflection upon the character, rtnndlng or reputation of any peron, firm or corporation which may apnfar In the cnlumnn of Thw Dallas Exprena will be Kindly cor rected upon It bcimr brought to the attention of the publishers. BIntered at Post' Office at Pallas. Texax, as second-clan matter, under Act q' Congrers, March 1879. IMroltTAXT. No milierlptlons mailed for a period lens than three ""-th. Payment for same must be $1.01). THE...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 16 October 1920

pucv. tit?. texas mm r-'tM'i'SJW-'H'M"' BE17ARE! THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TRXAS. SAT1TIDAY. OCTOBKK 16. 192Q. "4 Cooper, Oct. 14. Services were ' good at New Zlon. . Rev. Evans seems to be proud of bis church. The Sunday School has planned to buy a book case and writing desk. Please send your children the flrsl day of school so they can be enrolled. Mrs. Murphy left for her home In Greenville, after spending several days with . ner aaugnter, Mrs. Mary Bells. , Rev. Hamilton of Muskogee was here selling lots. Born to' Mr. and Mrs7 S. S., a fine girl. God blessed Mr. and Mrs. Glvens with twin girls. Mr. Ben King has bought In Muskogee and will make It his future home. Mrs, Mary Reed and Mrs. Delia Williams are sick this week. 1 KIce, Oct. 14 Mr. Jake Langham and family of Tyler were bcre last week visiting. Mr. Pete Langham left Saturday for Corsicana. Mrs. Annie Garrett of Houston Is visiting Mrs. Cora Ashton this week. Messrs. Ben Aradondo and Albert Holbers left for Kaufman Satu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 16 October 1920

TlfR DALLAS EXPRESS, DAM, AS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1920. t I UiLEOII ELECTED TO PRESIDENCY f: ? Y. P. S. C. I STATE CONVENTION 'A SPLENDID PERSONALITY, INFLUENTIAL AND RE I1AELE. A BRILLIANT CAREER WELL REWARDED Dr. W. M. Wilson who' has been ptstot of the Cochran Street Chris tian ' Church during the past year, and who was recently elected (or the next conventional year without a dcscenting vote, wag born In Baker ville, N. C, and was educated in the common school at that place. He went to Howard University and did the work satisfactory there and Is alumni of that school. He held gov ernment position in th0 Capital City tot the nation for many years. He resigned from the service of the government on the account of his lieaJth. Dr. Wilson served on the Faculty of the Jarvis Christian In titule for three years, bis service was very efficient He was loved by all the student body. He was recently elected president of the Y. P. S. C. E. State Convention of the State of Texas. Als...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 16 October 1920

THE DAIXAS EXPRESS. DAM.AS, TKXAS. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1020. Ask your dealer for Blue Buckles today Find out for yourself about Blue Buckles. Test the long wearing denim cloth, the wide double-stitched seams. Try on a pair. Blue Buckle OverAUs and Coats never bind or rip are big, roomy and comfortable. Solid work manship in every detail is bound to give you your money's worth. All sizes Men's, Youths', Children's. Ask your dealer .today for Blue Buckles. - ' b B h Union Madt ABB of the country. He ia a young man who haa litfrally "come up from the bottom," and he has produced an organisation of railroad men which In a credit to the entire group. The i National Headquarter of the orttan- I Izatinn la in Chicago, where they own a splendid piece of property, 3441 Wabash Ave., having paid canh for It. GOVKIIXOKN lM'K IMtOI'LAMATION A1M lAT XHfK UDtflSM-W IIK'ru TKIl lU IIAL. HlllOOI.N C'AMI'AKiV Waco, Texaa. Oct. 14. Hon. Pat. M. Neff, liemorratlc candidate for governor of Texaa, on b...

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. — 16 October 1920

THE DA IX A 8 EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS. SATURDAY, CKTOIU'U 16, 1920. ipo.u m :: ri p pi if m READ! TIflM! LOOSEN! "This WiU Get it " THE VELVET BROWN COMPANY wants a few more live agents who are willing to do side hustling for some qniclc money. - We have agents who are making money for themselves, how ever, we want a few more. "As an Inducement, we are going to give some agent a trip to Chicago, pullnian, dhilny car and every thing after you leave the South and a peep at the eights in the Windy City" all freo. ' We are planning an agents' contest, you can't loose for any. one who handles Velvet Brown Preparations will tell you that they are great sellers. People actually cry for them and our commission is liberal. THE FACE CREAM Is a real "whang." A beauty producer, a knockout and a joy-maker to any one who uses It. THE HAIR PREPARATIONS have the kick that stimulates the old dome to action and ambition, and the kind -of hair that you want seems to awake and blossom like a rose. VELVE...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 23 October 1920

SOMEUODY IS GOIXG AUTOMOBILE FOB NOTHING, YOU MIGHT IF YOU , . TRIED. ' J YOU'LL BE SOKIiY IF YOU DON'T ENTEIt OCR GREAT FRIZE ' CONTEST. Founded by W. E. King. The Republican Party Is The Ship, All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. FEB ANNUM 3.00. VOL. XXV1IL NO. 8, THE DALLAS KXI'RKSS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1920. PRICE TEH CENTS. Ill Al ' j CEll Mf Hit! f -1 R OVER 1,000 WHITE AND COLORED PEO PLE OF 0EAH0MA CITY MEET AND RAISE FUNDS FOR MAN FALSELY AC CUSSED, WHOSE HOUSE WAS BURNED BY MOB. CROWDS ARM AND GUARD JAIL WHERE MAN WAS HELD IN CUS Okmulgee. Okla., Oct 21. (Special) At a meeting attended by over 600 white and Negroes, a turn totaling Ywr tairv.uu. whi raisea Dy me citi zen and paid Into the hand of Joe Adkinson, Negro, who waa falsely accused of raping a white woman In thla city. Hoodluma -went Into the white section where Anderson lived and burned the home In which Ak kinaon lived. Effects worth alx or seven hundred dollnra were destroyed by these' lawless m...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 23 October 1920

' r r.v.r: two THR PAIXAS F.XrRKSS, DALLAS, TKXAS, RATl"RI)AT, OCTORKR. 2.1, 1920. T r if Dallas Express Corner For Women One of ttin mort bfmiHful attributes cf a wnn i her di-fcTencn toward others or what we rail courtesy. One run not foil to remember long and well, tiiBt person, wh' leak a klnil v irrcrting n trieetln an ecqufn tomT, who Is considerate and ror bearlnfr with the apred, and who i,-Min icrnllv with little children. Our Kills must be taujtht that beauty of fine and form are small BHoetji In comparison with good mannera. It la Just an important to cultivate a well modulated voice and courteous be havior aa to adorn one's person; and If either must be neitleoted let man ners bo the lant riven up, indeed, when one haa practiced Rood man ners and common courtesies, these become o much a part of nil lire that It requires no. effort to Keep them up and coita no pennies. That which has o forcibly called rnv attention to common courtesy, Is the a-rowinw lack of such practice...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 23 October 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, dCTOREU 83, 1020. p(;i: thki r. SOME TEXAS TOWtiS ' Coney, Oct 21. Sunday School and B. Y. P. V. were both well attended Sunday in spite of the bad weather. Rev. J. C. Brown filled his appoint ment, preaching two very good ser mons. 171.65 was raised. Hon. n, L Price, Prof. J. L. Hamilton, Mrs. I. L. Sneed, made a flying trip to Jacksonville this week. Mr. W. Cu ney Price returned from Palestine and Grapeland, where he has been working in interest of the Andy Realty Co. Prof. J. L. Hamilton and Mr. E. Garner made a fly ins trip to Palestine. Mr. Elias Hamilton was in Cuney on business this week. Mrs. Virginia Adams, Mrs. Jewel Sneed and little daughter, Frankle are here at the bedside of their mother and slater, Mrs. May Ann Wilson. Mr. John Bragg is doing fine with the ginning business. He has ginned 368 bales up until October. Schools are being largely attended. Mr. Virgil Bragg, Mrs. Mary Ann and Mr. Hill are convalescing. Miss Marie P...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 23 October 1920

- v . v . inc; a TtTTa frpTI'fl ClTTTlTllV ATTATirn t 10n r(.K FOTTt THE DALLAS EXPRESS. MtMBER NAIIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday morning In the year at 2H00 Swiss Avenue by THE DALLAS EYI'KBSS I'l'IILISIUKG COMPANY. (Incorporated) ' Dalian. Texas. !Srn York Ofhve, I rnt aad Frosl 12 !V. Slb Slm l, - ', t'hl-n Olln-e, Frost and Frost, Ilojr Untitling. Atliintn oilier, Frot and Frost, Can dler Ituiidinit. Aimhvillc Ofh Frost and Frost, In dependent Life ltuildlnis. SCTSCRITTIONS IN ADTA5CE. One Year... ........ Six Months . Three Months Single Copy ..... ........ 3.00 1.50 1.00 . .10 KOTICH TO THIS PC1U.IC. Any orronoous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which may apm-ar in the column of Th-j Hallos Express will be gladly cor rected upon 1H being brought ti the attention of the publishers. F.ntered at Pout Office at Dallas, Texas. a second -clam mntter, under Act of. Congress, March 1879 HI PORTA XT. No s...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 23 October 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATVRDAV, OCTOBER 23, 1020. PAGE FITF,, BREAK IN niG A. M. E. CIIIRCII. (By A. N. P.) Chicago, Oct. 21. Bethel African Methodlxt Episcopal Church, one of the nation's greatest rellicious con gregations, having a membership of nearly 5,000 and a landmark In the progress of community life In Chica go, has been torn asunder. The break follows closely on the heols of the trouble In New York City, where t hellethel church of that community, was split and the doors closed because Bishop Hurd refused to hear the wishes of the congrega tion In the assignment of a jiastor. In this Instance lti Is Ulshop Cop pin, of the Fourth Episcopal district. A delegation of officers visited the conference and had an Interview with the bishop, whom ,they claim led them to believe mat xjt. w. u. liki, ui the most popular ministers In the cltv would be returned as pastor. When the appointments were read, Dr Cook was assigned to Des Moines, and Kev. S. U Birt of that city w...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 23 October 1920

ru;i: si. TUB DALLAS KXPRKSS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOREU 23, 1920. LAY MAKERS OF ORGAN IZED BASE BALL MEET. Of Tcr.as Colored Ease Ball Let sr.e IIc!Js Heetinj in Dal hs; Perfects Plans For 1S20; Admits Two New Towns And Fixes Status on Admission And Guar antees Fees. Wells Elect ed President - Secretary Treasier. Question Uciires Deferred And Of flee Of League Satistician Created. - Last Sunday in Pythian Temple President A 8. Wells of Texas Col ored League called that body to gether at 10 a. m. for the dispatch of some Important matters appearing on the minutes. The League opened with the usual ceremony. Secretary J. I. Dotson read the Journal of the previous meeting and same was ap proved. The' following answered to roll call: S. C. Perkins, San Anton.o; Hiram McGar, Fort Worth; H. E. IH-Coy, Houston; Cai Listen, Beau mont. Hon. L. D. Lyons of Austin held proxies for Dallas and Wichita Falls. ,. Honorary members present; L. D. Lyons, Austin, Stato Treasurer; Euke Carrington...

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