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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 23 October 1920

THE DALLAS KXPRKSS, DALLAS, TEXAS. SATURDAY, OOTOKKR 23, UKJO. rc.K srxi y Avenue, New Tork City. 2. la Hum. The TTnlted States has Invaded Haiti j In violation of the Constitution of j DEPENDABILITY Aloorrlela storey, ex-preslaviit or the American Bar Association. James Weldnn Johnson, acting sec retary of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, went to Haiti and brought the facta to light. ..Will you back up this Association In Its tight for Haiti's freedom and for the Integrity of the United States In the Caribbean? If so. please send contribution to i hen dollars have decreased in buying power and the public ' is called upon to pay the additional costs of production, and when the question of quality of preparations is thrown to the scrap-heap and dependability of service and quality of results entirely discarded, Madam finds herself confronted with the problem of how and -what with the same money may she purchase for her toilette. For milady's beauty and ...

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. — 23 October 1920

THE DALLAS KXPKKSS, IMIXAS, TKXAS, SATUItDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1020. Kill That Cold With cascaraM quinine 1 ' ' -4i ML AND Neglected Colds are Dangerous Tk. no chance. Keep thla tundard remedy handy for th But ' BrMk op cold to 24 hoara Relieve ' . . Gripp.toJdyr-Eic.H.ntforHlch. Qninln. la thl. form does not affect the hd-Cacr. il b-t Tonic Laxative No Opiate In Hill's. r ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT 1EAD! THINK! LOOSEN! Still Have a Chance 01 To Help It Along SOME HAVE MADE A FLYING START V i ' . 4- t t ' THE VELVET BROWN COMPANY -wants a few more live agents who are willing to do aide hustling for gome quick money. ' We have agents who are making money for theranelTes, bow ever, we want a few more. "As an Inducement, we are going to give some agent a trip to Chicago, pullinan, dining car and every thing fter yon leave tho South and a Peep at the sights In the "Wiudy. City" all free. ' "We are planning an agents contest, you can't loose for any one who handles , ' v." ' Velvet Brown Preparati...

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. — 30 October 1920

racism euis NOVEMBER 2 IS ELECTION DAY VOTE EARLY VOTE RIGHT SOMEBODY IS GOING TO GET AN AUTOMOBILE FOR NOTHING, YOU MIGHT IF YOU TRIED. Founded by w. a. King. The Republican Party Is The $hip, All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. per annum $am VOL. XXVIII, NO. 4. , THE DALLAS EXPRESS, PjALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAYOCTOBER 80, 1020. ' , PRICE TEH CENTS. i warn cdhgress rauot is mi a m COLORED VOTERS OF VIRGINIA VILL RUN THREE CANDIDATES FOR NA TIONAL OFFICES. PASS RESOLUTIONS AND FILE TICKET. CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS FORMERLY OF TEXAS SCHOOL At a mam meeting of qualified Col ored voters of the City of Richmond, held on Monday night, October 4, 1820, representing approximately 6,000 vo ters. The following; resolutions were un animously adopted. Resolutions. Resolutions. Whereas, The Constitution of the United States requires the elections of a president and a vice-president once In each four years, whose duty it Is to uphold the laws of the land, which laws are the sovereign will of the peopl...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 30 October 1920

VCX T'.VO THE PALLAS EXPRESS, DALUS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OC7TORER 23, 1820. Dallas Express Corner For Women A Collrice lilrV I.HIrr. P"nr Aunt Pat: Vour !ttfr rums In the mornlnfr'a mull. How K'ft 1 wa( t receive It. 1 am pure you lisve not forgotten tha thrill one rorHvoj wlicn fllie often her lnor to find a. letter tucked beneath. There i nnthimr like. It, how pleanant to hear ttie riewa from homo and to feel that von lire not forgotten by old it ictxlH. Von inoy repeat tlieae thrilla, fls oi'ten at you please, by sending niff ll letter. I Mliall first try to answer your query a t'i "vhnt the college ot ters a younir woman?" In tho firat I'laee. a Kiii Heeni to find heraelf. that neif nlie wlxoea to be. I find that, tiie contact with tho bent Kit-la rrnm ail over the country makes ma put forward niy bettei-aclf on all oc casions, My pride haa been arouned us never before and I am studying liur.i to keep Old Dullaa In the. firat rank a. The collese offera you everything that la uplii ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 30 October 1920

Tins DALLAS KXPTIKSS, IAIXA, TEX AH, MTTTinAT. OCTORETt M, 102O. PKI.r THKI'F. A I. At Gainesville, Oct 28. Mr. John Or ham, who Has Been very sick wai re ported Improving under the careful rr f K Strnnsr. Mrs Rebecca Thompson' who came up from Dallas Saturday, Oct. zjra. re turned Tuesday,' Oct. 26th to' attend 4tiA KaiIdIHa nt huf rimichtflr. Mrs. Chas. Moore, who is confined to the sick room. 11 Jacksboro, Oct 28. No services Snniinir nn nrommt. of the bad weath er. Mr. George Bruniey Is visiting Mrs. White at Dallas. Mrs. jh. J. uinwvar is hnrn from Wichita Falls on business. Mr. C. W. Brooks has moved into his new house, uttie Walter Lee Means has returned from Dallas where he spent a month with his aunt, Mrs. R. L. Henderson. Mr. Mathew Plckard has returned home. Forney, Oct 28. On account of Inclement weather, Sunday Schools were very poorly attended at all of the churches. In spite of the weath er conditions Mt. Zlon Baptist Church rallied well. They raised close to $400. Th...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 30 October 1920

rAfiij root THE DALLAS EXPRESS, PALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 80, 1020. THE DALLAS EXl'KESS. it. v y I" A , .ii.Vlf IvitMaER NATIONAL NEGRO RRESS ASSOCIATION. l'ubllalifd every hiiturday morning In the ytiar at 2m)0 tvli Avenue by Till; DAI,!. KVI-ltl', I'll IIMSIUN! .IM1,A.NV. Um:ori"ratel) Dallas, TexitH. -w urk Otlli'r, I'roHt and Kroa l'-l N. SHth Slr.rl. (Mi-iika i liter, Krwnt and Kr, Hoy Jtnilfllnir. AHnnlii dllirr, Frot ami Front, Can ahr liiiliilliiu. Xnaktlllv lllller Krn and Fraat, la drprndcnt Lire llullillnjc. SU1SCEIITI0XS IS ADTA5CE. One Year Six Monthi Three Months....... Single Copy . ...$3.00 1.60 . 1.00 .10 KOTICH TO TUB riTIIMC. Anv erritioni, n.fl nf Hnn nnnn Ihu character, rtanding or reputation of any pirnon, linn or corporation which may appear In Iha nulumna of Th ImiIIbk Kipi'Mn will b ulii'lly cor reetod iipfin In bpinir brought to the attention or ine puDiianern. Kntorcd at Tout Offlca at Dallim, Texan, Hcond-Ha matter, under Act or Conirrena, March 18...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 30 October 1920

PACE FITF. A. W. V. rnOIMlKSIF.8 HARDING VICTORY. NOTICE! NOTICE! THE DALLAS KXPRKSS, DAIJ-A8, TK.X.VS, KATl'RDAY. OCTOBER SO, 1920. OUR NEW HOME 1 4 (Continued from pane 1). lander than vote for Cox." From the most careful Information obtainable. ine Associated Negro Press believes that no far as the Negro Inn and Conlidire ticket ! concerned, the rucn la more unanimous than It ha been In more than a acore of yoars, since McKlnliy's first elec tion, 1896. Thin In due to the out spoken wordM of the two candidates in behalf of law and order, which are the uppermost issues In the mind of the ' American Noaroe. The fractional differences of Mary land, West Vlrg-lna, Missouri and Wis consin, whfro the Netfro votes have some real degree of Importance In the final results, will he carried over. to election In the matter of Senatorial, Congressional and state officials. The men of these states claim that they are fighting "Illy whitclsm" In the communities where they best know how to deal ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 30 October 1920

TUT? DALLAS F.XPRESS, PALLAS, TEXAS. SATITRDAY; OCTOBER 80, 1020. f -3 i r i 5 ; i : ) READ! .3 H 1H33 I! LOOS 1 Gst it." THE VELVET EROWN COSffANY wants a few more live agents who are willing to do Bide hustling for some quick money. We have agent 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, piillman, dining car and every thing after you leave the South and a Peep at the sights In the "Windy City" all free. We are planning an agents' contest, you can't loose for any. one who bandies Velvet Brown Preparations will tell you that they are great sellers. People actually cry for tlim and our commlsa.ion is liberal. THE PACE 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. VELVET BROWN FACE C...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 30 October 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATVRDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1020. PAOR f.;:v; J Sl'PltKMH COI'RT HRAR1 CASE OF KnO.WILLK RIOT VICTIM. Maarlre Mays. Condemned to Dralk, . liases Appeal Krror. , DEPENDABILITY V. w 1 IK h I "Tough as rawhide, big, roomy and comfort- ' cfcfe that'swhatJIcnow about Blue Buckles." (Signed) Fred Signer fillip' i U A mile a minute at the throttle of the 20th Century And the overalls Fred Signer wears on every run TWENTY-FIVE years ago Fred Signer was a coal ''passer" on the ' New York Central today he holds the throttle of the 20th Century. That's Fred Signer's record. And every time Fred Signer runs the big express you'll find him in Blue Buckle Over Alls. lie's found that Blue Buckles stand up under all the rough use they get around a railroad.- And millions of other men, whether they are running trains, or work ing on farms or in the shops, have found that Blue Buckles stand up under every job. The toughest long -wear de nim cloth goes into every pair. Blue...

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. — 30 October 1920

THE DALLAS EXPKF-SS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATCKDAY, OCTOBER 80, 1020. J'A(,.", I II.IIT v. iiriuii scr-.nn or ijisor-ukk. IK'thi'l A. r.f. E. Church, Sunday iniiining last, wne ones ciore the storm , ... lik...l...UnKnr(a ?tlri rrmor ui in uii-n7if i with tbf r-mi1t that Hoberta and hi wii. Kllr.abiMh, were both erortd to the W. X :i t h Strcft Police Station ly Patrolman Maneloll. followed by a part of the eorxsreKatlon. The com plainant eifatnat the couple w ran Henry Inni. of 61 W. I""' JJfrxr-t. who chr(r! the twain w'tn morderly conduct. The apuc.flc charsre belnsr that Tile and Indecent fcttiffuag-e waa ueed. disturbing the rhiir.h services. Koth the defendant, denied the charge. The trouble atarted durlnor the mornlnir "vice, when the offering wan belli "lsed. It aeema there are two bo "d of truaMea. one known a tne old board," which existed before 1 ha ar rival of the pre.ent Factor Thornton the other board now claiming l b reifolar. were the appointees or W to Thornton, since he ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 6 November 1920

5&Hm oi ttut 5? SOMEBODY IS GOING TO GET AN) AUTOMOBILE FOR NOTHING, YOU MIGHT IF YOU TRIED. YOU'LL BE SORRY IF YOU DOXT ENTER OUR GREAT PRIZE CONTEST. Founded by W. E. King. The Republican Party Is The Ship, All Else Is The Sea" Fred Douglas. PER ANNUM $3.00. VOL. XXVIII, NO. 8. THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, r SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1920. PRICE TEX CENTS. 2te n in nlNTMi nil w nillini J. Williams Clifford Says He Was Forced to Re sign Because of Practices Caused by Preju dice Which Curtailed His Effectiveness. Helped Much in Helping Colored Ex service Men Keep Insurance. Washington, D. C. Nov. 4. lieu tenant J. Wllliama Clifford, former Officer of the 367th Infantry, 92nd Division, A. E. F., who for over a year haa looked after the Interests of Colored Servicemen In the Bureau of War Risk Insurance recently tender ed his resignation as their Special Representative because of continual limitations of his official duties by prejudiced souther white superiors. Upon Interviewin...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 6 November 1920

tagktwo ' ' the paixas exprispaixas. tkxas. sati-rday, November e, 1920. "" m ' " ' ' """"Til i f 1 i I n 1VKIIK YOU THKHR WHB7I THEY KOIXKO THK fcTOKK AWAY f Dallas Express Corner For Women ' By Juliette Lee. I have rn, the arrival of the lt Tuesday In November, on several oc casions. Ihnve flt the thrill of the hour, too, but never with an much interest, becaufie on thin the 1st Tuesday In Novembur, 1S20, we, to Kotlicr with the women of our coun try entered the new life, that of uni versal suffrage. Mr mind roe hack in imagination 1 within to the half century panned, when nur father and mothers beheld that first dv of Freedom of the body, dawn upon them. How much of fear of the future, they must have faced and what a minified state of happiness there mum have been. In the giving up of old and familiar conditions of life for the new and untried. Yet, there must have been great souls among1 them, who went forth bravely with the spirit of Crusaders and who never looked, but were sus...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 6 November 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATCRDAV, NOVEMBER 6, 1920. PAiiK THItEF. I TEXAS 1 TOWNS of Greenville, Nov. 4. All of the churches of ijie city had good ser vices Sunday inspite of the Inclement weather. Rev. Williams died last week on East Hill. Mr. Willie Dill ingham was married Sunday to Mrp. Meady Reveals at her home in Roanoke. Mrs. Luella McDanlcls and Mr. Bruce Mobs accompanied Mr. Willie Dillingham to the edding, Mr. Layfe(f Thompson of Neyland- vllle left for Bishop College Sunday. Mrs. Ruby Wright Is here. Mrs. Carrie Clagan, son, and father from Dallas are visiting her mother, Mrs. Bell Payne, Mr. Lynn Pratt spent Tuesday in Austin. The Ross High has been defeated "twice in two years. The football squad Is going to be successful with the coach, Prof. If. D. Culberson. You will find the Dallas Express at McDaniels Grocery Store. Theodore McDaniels, AmchI Calvert, Nov. 4. At 4 p. m. Monday, Cha houBe of Mr. Dan Sims was tin li ed to the ground. Many thir.53 were saved....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 6 November 1920

pa (its root THE PALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER. 6, 1920. THE DALLAS EXPRESS. MfcMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday mornln in the year at 2600 8vU Avenut by THE DAM. BII'IIBM rllH.ISHIMi OMI'AV. (Incorporated) Dallas. Texas. Fr.il aaa Kraal Krm Vark OHIr, II X. ZD Ik Stmt. Chk-asa oaiw. Kraat aaa Kra.l, lley- Atlaata OaSee. Krat aaa Krl, Caa alrr lialldinu. Kaahvlll Ofllee Krt aaa Kraat, la aracaaeat Ufa Hulldiac. 8CBSCBLPTI0SS 15 ADYA5CE. One Tear Six Month..- Three Months Single Copy $3.00 1.50 1.00 .10 SSOTICB TO THE rriiMC. Any erroneous reflection upon the character. Handing or reputation of any person, lino or corporation which may appear In the columns of , Thu Iallaa Express will be gladly cor rected upon In beintr brought to the attention of the publishers. Entprnl at Post Office at Dalian Texas, a second-class milter, undeafl Act o' Cong-re, ilarcn IMPUKTAXT. No aubcriptiona mailed for a period leaa than three "".nine, t-ayin...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 6 November 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATVRDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1020. pact; Frrr, 'A to JOKRIMHXR BRflRY ESCAPKS GAI. I. OWN BY ACTION ON KVB OF IIATR SKT Ad COlllT fiRANTS 1JK1.AY EXECUTIVE C1.RNBXCY' PIIOM WllimilOW WILSON AP (Special to The Monitor by Walter J. Singleton). -Washington. D. P., Nov. 4. Presi dent Wilson. October 14 commuted to life Imprisonment the sentence of Jo sephine Berry the Colored woman who was to be hanited at the district jail for the murder of Ada Klntr, another Colored woman, more than a year ago. Considerable Interest has been tak en In this case, not only from the conditions surrounding the murder, but also because of the fact that the hanging of the condemned woman would have been the first hanging of a woman since the execution of Mrs. Surrat, more than fifty years ago. Heavy pressure In the form of pe titions, was brounht to bear on the president of the United States by numerous organizations and lead ing citizens of both races. Among the organizations ac...

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. — 6 November 1920

PARK. SIX. THE DALLAS EXPRKSS, PALLAS, TEXAS. HATTRDAY, NOVKMUKR 6, 192. - A A A A A. TIOACIIK.ItH PI. AX COXSTRrCTlVK PROGRAM FOH HOCSTON MEET The Colored teachers state asso clatlon will hold Its tlilrty-slxth an nual meeting In Houston on November S5-27. The program aa outlined by Prof. A. K. Holland tta president indates that It will provo highly beneficial In many ways. Plana will be discussed with a view to detei-minino' the most essential em provements necessary In the event of the passnxe of the school amendment. The Committee on Standardization of Colored High School appointed by the Department of Education, ha completed lla work and Ita report la now In the handa of the State De partment of Education for approval. Time will be Riven for discussion and explanation of thla Important feat vre of. educational development at tiie regular session of the Association. The following educators have been Invited to addreas the Association: Miss Annie Webb Til an ton, State Su perinte...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 6 November 1920

PAOR srcvw H. B. WOODS . Express and Baggage FORD SERVICE , Phone H. 5805 ANY TIME, DAY OR NIGHT 3 1 03 Thomas Avenue, Dallas, Texas. 8-7-tf DEPENDABILITY hen dollars have decreased in buying power and the public is called upon to pay the additional costs of production, and when the question of quality of preparations is thrown to the scrap-heap and dependability of service and quality of s. 1 1 ! I 1 I I I 1 1 I : i i i ! i results entirely discarded, Madam finds herself confronted with the problem of how and what with the same money may she purchase for her toilette. For milady's beauty and saving her precious dollars, in sist upon articles that bear this seal. fcl'll A MTTI K IIKIt Tilt l.l.VK. grow. It maken the Hoalp lieu! thy; it ii.uKob the hmr soft, ..tralirht intl flossy! It g-ivci- life to tlp must ntuo born hah- and mrrounln the fuce with irraco anil boanty THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1020. i 1 ''I X, 11 P A real test for overalls BENDING over...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 6 November 1920

PAGTi LIGHT THE PALLAS KXPRKSS. DA IX AS, TEXAS, SATVRPAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1920. i X t X I X X A READ! THINK! LOOSEN! "Tliis VI Get r THE VELVET BROWN COMPANY wants a few more live agents who are willing to do side hustling for Rome quick money. We have agents who are making money for themBelvea, how ever, we want a few more. "As an inducement, we are going to give Boine agent a trip to Chicago, pnllman, dlnlnifcar and every thing after you leave the South and a peep at the sights In the "Windy City" all free. " ' 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 la liberal. t .' ' 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...

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. — 13 November 1920

tjsiteesitx cr jma SOMEBODY IS COIXG TO GET AN AUTOMOBILE FOB KOTIUVQ, YOU MIGHT IF YOU TRIED. YOU'LL BB BOIUIY IP YOU DON'T ENTER OCR GREAT PRIZE CONTEST. , -- - , , , , . . . ..mhhvbkhmwshhhhkm MHWMHKWMW W' "nI ' ' " 1 rounded by w. e. King. The Republican Party Is The Ship, AH Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. per annttm a.oo. . VOL. H11II, KO. . THE DALLAS EXPRESS,' DALLAS, TEXAS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13. 1920. PRICB TEN CENTS. HI : HE sm Inii I huh i I MASKED MEN OF JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA BEFORE ELECTION TO INTIMIDATE NEGRO VO TERS. CITY AND STATE OFFICIALS IG NORE SCORES OF PROTESTS SENT IN BY LEADING NEGROES. Jacksonville. Fla., 11. Five hundred mmWi of the Ku Klux Klan marched through the streets of Jacksonville Saturda.y night follow Ing the "flaming cross" emblem of the order, supposedly aa a warning to Negroes to attempt no lawlessness t the poll Tuesday. The parade or the white masked klan waa atatred deirplte urgent re queata from national Negro organlza tlona aent to the loc...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 13 November 1920

VU V TWO. TEXAS TOWNS vTvvvvv4rvr Culvert, Nor. 11.- Fro. A. C. Cook fa now teaching at Bald Prairio. Bo fore leaving he subscribed for the Express. Tne votes go to Mrs. Morgan of Dallas- Mrs. Laura Dot son and daughter arrived from Dallas ' Friday. Mr. John Hopkins and fath er, Esau Hopkins spent Sunday here. Mews, readied us Sunday of the death of Mr. John Niblett of Garrett ' Grove Cumraunity. He is survived by a father, wife and several brothers and sisters. Miss Estella Williams opened school Monday at Brar.os Kiver near Calvert Junction. The community was indeed fortunate to secure the services of this fine young teacher. Miss Williams was for three years assistant teacher at the Prov idence School. Mr. John Hopkins was here a few days ago looking for a Molasses Mill to grind his cane. He will make 300 gallons of molasses. News reached Calvert from Cross Roads of the death of Mrs. Wallace Rhodes, daughter of Mr. Manuel Williams. Mr. Dock Reese is now up and attending bis usual...

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