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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 13 November 1920

PAGH TTrp.KTC CHAIN OF THE WORLDig HI II IK Everybody Will Need a Nest Egg. The Best Nest Egg On Earth Is GOLDEN CHAIN E WORLD . THE WORLD'S GREATEST LODGE THB DALLAS EXPRESS, DA IX AS, TEXAS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1920. liklun it- i ii'4 m 4v Miss RUTH H. COSSLET, Cheif Secretary of the Supreme Secretary. Miss Cossley attended Prairie View State Normal and In dustrlal College. She has had six years experience as a teacher in the public schools of Texas. Mias JOSIE R. HARRIS, General Bookkeeper Golden Chain of the World. Miss Harris, is a graudate from Dallas High School also attended Langaton University, Langston, Oklahoma. Miss MARY A UN EE HENRY, Individual Bookkeeper Golden Chain of the World. Miss Henry, is a graduate of East Texas Acad emy, Tyler, Texas. 1 A-; i f s. r'v'-, i -v ) . ld i t ' " : Wvl yViN T. E. TOLAN, ill ' "' y v a :. . i a k J 'C,A " 1 1 i ' ' ' i - HJih HJsa JUDIIE MAE' JL BOLTON, ' ' lv " - Q . Individual Bookkeeper Golden - ' K'-' "'"'.' A Qq Chain of-the ...

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. — 13 November 1920

rcn rorn THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TKXAS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1020. THE DALLAS EXPUtiSS. tt.VlC MfcMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Publlnhi'd evei-y Sntiirday morntn la the yuar at 2iiuii Swln Avenue i v Tim iall.h nvinr.s riiiusiiiNO t'OMI'ANV. (Incoiporated) rmllaa. Texas. Nm York OIHre, l'rt mn4 r'rom VI IV. Sfltk Strict. . Iii.'iiun Olllw, I-runt und Krent, Ho-Iluilillnir. Atliintit OIHcp, Froat und Vrant, Can dler ItMilllillU. Naubvlllc timer r'roxt and Front, In- pendrnt ,LI( Uullillnic. SUBSCRIPTIONS IJT ADVANCE. One Year...., ... Six Month Three Months........... Single Copy J 3.00 1.50 1.00 .10 WOTICB TO TUB PUBLIC. Any erroneniiK refloctlon upon the character, ttnndwg or rt-putatinn of ny person, ttnn r corporation which may appear In the columns of Ths Dallas Exprens will be Kladly eor recteil upon It bemir brought to the attention of the publlshor. Entered at Post Office at Dallas. Texas, as econd-class ninlter, under Act r'. Congreim, March 1879. IMPOHTAfc'T....

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 13 November 1920

THE PA I.I, A B EXPKKSS, DA IX AM, TKXAS SATlHnAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1020. yw.v. mi. More Haitian Condi tions Revealed by U. S. Marines. (Continued from pace 1). "I got elKhty-nlne of them before a marine officer bumped me on the head and laid me out. There wax ex citement to peddle and for a time It looked aa though there was KOlng" to be hell In general. You know we really were at war with those Hay tlana; they were killing- tie and we were killing them. I Kue I wan bit haety, but well. It was all In the game. 'I wai eourt-martlalled, of course. But the artion against me wasn't very Hpirited. Our tellows knew that the Ilaytlans were taking advantatce of every oportunlty that presented It self to bump off marine, and that' why, I trues", the only punishment I receive wan a reduction from a top sergeancy to be a buck private." He boasted of another exploit. Thin one was enacted In Santiago, near Fort Han Luis, where the marlnea wer? stationed. He waa guarding Ave Dominican who were makin...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 13 November 1920

pa;k six. THE DAIXAS EXPRKS8, DALLAS, TEXAS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1920. Owning Increasing Vith Open ing of Regro Additions in Dallas. It will likely be a revelation to the ' reariora of the Dallas Express to learn of the several choice residence add i Hons that for six and one half years pact hare been on the market for Colored people. Recently the Edi tor of the Dallas Express went on Invitation of the Ideal Developing Company to Inspect the newly open ed IDEAL ADDITION to pallaa. The same people that for six and a half years have so successfully handled other additions for Colored people are now handling this new . addition. In April of 1M they put on the Elite Addition contesting of JH lots; this addition has been completely sold out They next took hold of Lincoln Ma nor No. 1 Addition with 752 lots and Nert esme the Southland addition that has been practically sola out. which also has practically been sold out. The latest Is the new ideal aa ditlon confuting of 48 l-J acres of ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 13 November 1920

THR DALLAS EXPRESS, PALLAS, TEXAS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1020. Tk r. f-MT.S. TEXAS TOWKS Wolfe City, Nov. 11. Sunday School was well attended at both churches. Rev. Burell preached a bouI stirring sermon at the C. M. E. Church. Mrs. Pauline Wilson Is visiting In Greenville. Mr. Cleo. Cobb and Mrs. Clemmie Petterson were married Thursday. The Daughters of Tabor paid to Mrs. Aline Magee Cobb $150. death claim of her moth er, Mrs. Magee. Miss Jessie John son passes through enroute to Com merce. Mrs. Amanda Green is visit ing in X,one Oak. The Knights of Tabor paid Mrs. Emma Ward $300, the death claim of her husband, Mr. Booker Ward. Prof. J. I. Jack son was here last week. Mrs. Ethel Dean is here at the bedside of her sister, Mrs. Bertha Dremon. Lufkin, Nov. 11. Dr. J. A. Bray, General Secretary of Education of the C. M. E. church was again in the city, Nov. 7 and preached two strong sermons. Prof. L. S. Pace, state supervisor of American Wood men visited Camp No. 71, a few days ago. H...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 13 November 1920

j READ! THINK! LOOSEN! I "This Will Get if ! THE VELVET BROWN COMPANY X want a few more lire agenU who are willing to do aide hustling for some quick money. We have agents who are making money for themselves, how- X ever, we want a few more. "As an inducement, we are going to give some agenda trip to Chicago, pullman, dining car and every- 1 thing after you leave the South and a Peep at the sights in the 2 "Windy City" all free. We are planning an agents contest, yon can't loose for any- - one who handles Velvet Brown Preparations will tell you that they are great sellers. People actually cry for J them and our commission Is liberal. X THE FACE CREAM is a real "whang." A heauty producer, J a knockout and a Joy-maker to any one who uses it. THE HAIR PREPARATIONS have the kick that stimulates i the old dome to action and ambition, and the kind of hair that J you want seems to awake and blossom like a rose. VELVET BROWN FACE CRE AM, daintily perfumed $1.10 HAIR GROWER a TEMPLE GROWER P...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 20 November 1920

'St GOODTO XiBI&RUit is SOMEBODY IS GOING TO GET APf AUTOMOBILE FOR NOTHING, ' YOU MIGHT IP, YOU TRIED. YOU'LL BE SORRY IF YOU DON'T ENTER OUR GREAT. TRIZE CONTEST. Founded by W. E. King. The Republican Party Is The Ship, All Site Is The Sea" Fred Douglas. PER ANNUM 13.00. yol. xxvrn, no. 7. THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2a, 1920. PRICE TEN CENTS. Til ' ' ' "i ' ' " ' '' " ". - ' ' ' ' " ' ' ,' ' ' , ; ' ' '-, FINAL ELECTION REPORT PREPARED BY ASSOCIATED NEGRO PRESS SHOWS HEAVIEST NEGRO VOTE ON RECORD SEVERAL NEGRO CANDIDATES ELECT ED TO STATE OFFICES BY LARGE MA JORITIES. PLANS FOR 1924 NOW BEING CONSIDERED. (By A. N.l P.) Chicago, Nov. 18. The outatandlng fact In the recent election ha been the Important part playedi by our group. The largest number of Race eandldata. ilnce the dlfranch!e- ment law went into effect, were on ticket in various part of the coun- try. The activity of the citizen I an unmistakable sign of their dei termination to get somewhe...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 20 November 1920

' ' ' I '!' Vi f). THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS. SATl'HDAY. NOVEMBER 20, 1!)20. ;.,-i-H-''M:ft 2 ! $ I J ! v : "nlvri1, Nov. 18. Mr. Cain Strong of KUiise' formerly an old eitiztin of Culvert died this wk. He lsTsur vlved by a daughter and son. Miss M. M. Walton was hero visiting her piinnta, Mr. and Mrs. John V. Wal ton. She BUbBerihed for the Ex press. The votes ko to Mrs. Morgan or Dallas. Messrs. W. E. Johnson, John liohertbon, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. R. Washington have returned from a few weeks vitiit in Norlli Texas. Mrs. S. A. Taylor of Thornton spent Saturday and . Sunday at home. Mrs Frances Williams of Alt. Zion Com munity is very ill. Mrs, EiTlo Tally will soon open school at Bluck Bridge. Mrs. Ada Leopard and daughter were here Sunday on bus iness. Miss Lillle Blackshear will teach at Llolse. Mrs. Laura Dotnon and daughter, Miss Catherine Adams, have returned from Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. John Ayers have returned from I'urden. Prof. A. Carrlngton moved hia family to the city ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 20 November 1920

T1TE IUIXAS EXPRESS. DAT.T.AS, TEXAS, SATTRTIAY, TT0YEMT1ER 20. 11)20. TACT, TK7!K. WCTiFARR OK KRfiRO RACK IS BUIIJKCT OK CH I' lit H WOIIUI, Railroad accommodations fop Ne groes xlrnllar to those for white per sons, If In separate cam, were advo cated by spoakers at the meetlntr of , the Federated Council of Church Women Friday at the Ervay Street Methodist Church. Child welfare work inn. and provisions to make domeatlo service a profession and to educate the Negro men and women for this profession were like wise, supported by the council. Mr. J. 8: Turner, In. her address made on the race question, deplored the double standard of morality which makes an action of a Negro man a crime for lynching; and Is not noticed on the- part of a white man. Livnchlnir was declared to be In human and barbaric. The question of making condition for Negroes mora acceptable was discussed during the entire meeting. Mrs. O. I McKnlght presided during the morning and Mrs. U P. Smith during the after n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 20 November 1920

HIE I,WMS EXPRESS. DALLAS. TEXAS. SITI BOAT. SOrEnTiER Z nVU THE DALLAS EXI'KKS.v A Iti MEMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday mornln n the year at 2i;oo Swiss Avenue by THi; DALLAS EXI'KKM rnLisiuo COMPANY. . (Incorporated) Dalian. Texas. ' ; New Vork Ofnee, Frost and r'rosl ia .n. seta Mreet. . C Menus Otilee. Frost and Front. Uoy ee Ituilaing. ' Atlanta imicf, r-nt and Frsst, Can dlrr Uiill.llnir. , Nashville tifflrr Frost and Frsst, In dependent Life Building. ' SUBSCEIFflOXS IS ADTASCE. One Year Six Month Three Months.-, Single Copy ....$ s.eo .". 1.60 1.00 .10 NOTICE TO TUB PUIILIC. Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing reputation of , any person. Arm or corporation which may appear In the column, of The Dallas Express will be gladly cor rected upon lt heme brought to the attention of the publisher. Entered at Post Office at Dallas, Texas, as second-class matter, under Act of Congress, March 1879. IMPORTANT. No subcnptions mailed for ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 20 November 1920

THE DA1XAS EXPKKSS. P.4M.AS, TEXAS. NVTIRIUY. NOVrlMBKK 20, 1020. FINAL RETURNS SHOW NEGRO CANDIDATES POLLED LARGE RACIAL VOTE. , (Continued from page 1.) Hawkins of Baltimore. Md.. who was an Independent Republican cadldate for the United States Senator, bad the following to say: "The election of ltd candidates for President and Vice President, and a number In both branches of Cong-res by the Republican party, marks a notable event In American History. Leaving out of consideration the South, where a larpe party of the electorate Is disfranchised, the ver dict of the American people Is prac tically unanimous. ' "The Republican party from the Fourth of March, 1921 -will be In ab solute control of the executive and legislative, branches of the Rovern ment, with such majorities in the v Benate and House of Representatives as will no longer permit of any rea sonable escape from Its duty to our race group, on any pretext what . ever. . "If the party we have loyally sup ported doesn't ena...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 20 November 1920

THE I) ATX AS EFRFSS. 1A LI. IS. TEXAS, SATO DAY. NOVEMBER 20, TflO. OT::;3 0? DALLAS HOLD MASS MEETING IN V.Z FVTiIIAII TIT.-PLE TUESDAY NIGHT OF THE 1 GTI2 II3TAHT. GREAT CROWD FRESENT AND rr:cu:::D ways at;d means to otertain the rollers' council to ee held in Dallas in feb- r.UARY, 1321. FOUIt DENOMINATIONS TO MEET F.IERE IN COUNCIL. OFFICERS ELECTED TO HEAD CITIZENS' COMMITTEE. $5,5C3.C3 to be Raised in Sixty Days. In pursuant to a call of the citl r ns of Dallas, Issued by Dr. C. W. A bin pi on, pasitor of the Saint Jumos A. M. E. church, on Tuesday night a large number of the load ing citizens, business and profes sional men met In the auditorium of the Pythian Temple, In response to the call. Frayer was Bald by Prof. N. W. Harlleo. after which Pr. Abington explained the object of the meeting which was discuss, ed in ail Its bearing. The object waa to provide ways and means to entortaln the Bishop' Council which Is to convene In Dallas the first week In February of 19J1 IJver...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 20 November 1920

THK DALLAS EXPRESS, DUXAS, TEXAS, SA TTRDAY. XOVF.MRER 20, 1920. GOT OTTli The UUllmtulnh Carat From Other gtatrs una the State Grand Lodge Omrlala. k SUMPTUOUS DIKING TENDERED SUPREME COUNCIL AT THE KESI nptTc rc mom i c r 1 1 c Vm Unr.1. ,e tt.. ., ! -""- " --., Lacy. 3109 Flora St., Dallas, visited IJJtS. Ar ftuKUUR, BTH INSTANT our city Sunday. Miss Ruth Minn resigned her school at Port Arthur and has accepted a position as bus iness secretary of. the Y. M. C. A. Miss Nunn began work Nov. 8th The, "Y" should be complimented upon having such an accomplished lady on .the force. Much interest 1b being manifested in the work. . Kev. F. Rivers Barnwell and Edward Loving, Jr., have returned from Omaha, Nev., where they attended the National Humana Convention. Both reported a very pleasant trip and. much inspired with the work. If you believe in race pride patron ize the Dallas Express. We sell it at the Temple Drug Store- Phone or ' write us your news. St. James Bap tist Church, 2nd a...

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. — 20 November 1920

rr,K ih.ht THE DALLAS, E XPK ESS, DALLAS TEXAS, SATIRDAY, SOTKMBER gQf 1930. Kill That Cold With READ! MS! LOOSHi! YOU Still Have a Chance II am rim f" i !i ICS WLlUSlH. s THE VELVET EHOWN OOaNY wants a few more live agents who are willing to do side hustling for some quick 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, pullutan, dining car and every thing af ter you leave the South and a poep at the sights In the "V.'lndy 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 is 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 1 you want B...

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. — 27 November 1920

. UT I Til SOMEttODY IS GOING fcO GET AN AUTOMOBIUB FOB KOTBDiQ, ' ., YOU MIGHT IF TOU TROT). . I - vl Founded fcy W. E. Kin VOL. XXTIH. HO. 8. ;, . THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER g7t lftJO. FBICH TKJt CEXT3. -i : - ' : HEAD OF TUSKEGEE SAYS: "NEGROES WANT AN EQUAL CHANCE WITH ALL OTHERAMERICANS. Discusses Negro Aims, at Length Before Negro Organi zation Society of Virginia and Teachers Association, : (BY WM. ANTHONY AERY) Hampton, Va., Nor. 25. That ; the Negro In Virginia and elsewhere "wants an eeiual chance with other Americans In the pursplt of life and happiness" this wan the plea of Dr. Robert R. Moton, principal of Tus kegee Institute, made, before the member of the Negro Organization Society of Virginia (Allen Washing ton. Hamnton Institute, president) and the Neero State Teachers' As sociation of Virginia (IX O. Jacox. I . Norfolk, president) at tnoir Newport News joint meeting. Dr. Moton said: . "The time Is past, If Indeed thre ever was such a time...

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. — 27 November 1920

TnH PITTAS ESTHERS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JfOYEMBER 27. 1120.' : : . l. x' or o. .1 I ( i. 1 1 ..i 'j 1 1, .NOV. .- oil nun y oumvn on time. Srrvlcc was well attended. It. Y. I". U. at 4 Ji. in; Service at 1. 1. l. u. Ml 1 I', in. t.'irnc l iiiuht, collection $13.00. Rev. Brown was liore from Mineral Wells. Mr. Jci'ii Hayes in up again. .Mr. Will ltoldi'ii left Saturday for his home in Wuitewrlght. Mr. George Brumby is sick. Mrs. Nancy Phillips cut her arm badly last week while peeling a cueoanut. Sherman Nov. 25. Sunday was a lil,-h day in Bethlehem. Sunday school v.s at its best, after which pastor Oodwell preached as never before from Luke 2413, and our hearts burned as he talked. Union was fine. At 3 p. m- pastor Codwell preached for Itev. Bocgus, usitiK for a text Act. 1-8 and Oh! how we enjoyed the nies-sage. At night' the pastor preached from Rev. 1-17. New lire is being put Into Bethlehem under the leadership of Rev. J. W. Cadoll. Collection for the day $40.00. Rev. J. M....

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. — 27 November 1920

THE DALLAS KXPBFSS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SVnTKIUY, JfOTEyBFR g7, im T V. TIUU';. STOP! LOOK! LISTEN! 4 4 Dangero us-To-Men " Palace, Thursday Colored Fire Insurance Company Pays All Claims Promptly. Read Letter From Insurant CALVERT, Texas, Not. 15. 1920. Mr. A. K. Leonard, Pres., ' Western Mutual Fire Ins. Co., San Antonio, Texas. Dear Sir: ! "" I am In receipt of 'papers to sign account of loss of my bouse by fire, which was insured In your company for $1,000. I turned these papers over to Mr. Jno. Walton, your agent at Cal vert, he gave me the check from the Western Mutual Fire Insurance Co., which paid me for the loss. I wish to thank the Western Mu tual Fire Insurance Company for their promptness and fairness in settling this claim, which you paid In six days after we notified you of the fire. Thanking you again and wishing you much success, I am, Very respectfully yours, ' ' DAN SIMS. The Western Mutual Fire Insure ance Company of San Antonio, a race concern operated by ' and for ou...

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. — 27 November 1920

THK ntl.TAS KXriirSS. DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY. A'OYFMTIEK 27, IffJO. run 3 rem THE DALLAS KXPKKStv IV. t IV1 E E K NATIONAL NEGP. J PRESS ASSOCIATION. l'uhliled every Saturday' morning In the year HI 2tiuu ri-vlas Avenue bv Tin-; n. 1,1, is R.ti'iiF:sN puiilimung tllMI'A.W. (Incoi poruted) ' Dalla.. Texas. turk tuner, fr'rvxt and Kiwsi 1J IV. UOth Ntrrvl. Chlnixo otUve, Front ami K, Mey er IdiililiiiK' Ariniiia oilier, front and Frasl, Can dl.T lliiilriinio fannfevtlle office Front aad Front, In-rpmlf-lit Life llulldlllg. SCttSCIUPTIOHS IX ADTAJfCE. One Year ... t3.00 Six Months 1-60 Three Months 1.00 Single Copy NOTICE TO THE PUULIC. Any erroneous reflection upon the character, Handing reputation of any person, nnn or corporation which may appear in the column of Ttas Dalian lOxpress will be gladly retted upon in being brought to the attention of the publishers. Entered at Post Ofllca at. Dalian. Texan, as second-rlaa matter, undei Act o'. Congress, March Ui!. IMl'OHTANT. No subcri...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 27 November 1920

THE l)AT,t,AS EXPRESS ATX Aft, TEXAS, SATTRIUY, KOVFMltKR ?7. 1!20. v.Miv, rix WKI.l. KNOWN CAIIMAN ONl.Y vNl'llVIVOK OV TDK DAY OF THH 1IOUMIS IS DALLAM. J The Dallas Morning Now In Its edition of Sunday, Nov. 21 describes "Stave" well known Dalian Neirro cabman as the only rumalnimr hack driver In Palliix. Iiecaime of the fact that he la well known to many of our reader who have met thia plc tureaiiuo old gentleman we take pleaaure In reproducing hia hlatory aa told by the News: If 'tia true that In the stillness of the mldnitfht hour, the ghosts of do parted aplrita return to haunt the scenes of their former existence, then alontf the paved thoroughfares of Pallas the shades or myriads of proud ateeda prance noiselessly at the witching1 hour each nltfht, after the JanKle of atreet car bells has ceo sod and the motor-driven vehicles, excopt an occaalonal taxicab, are locked away in their garagca. It la no difficult task to Imagine the ghost of a hlgh-xtepptng bay, hia neck arched ...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 27 November 1920

I'V. TIIK DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS. SATIROAY. NOTEMBER 27. 182(1. II UAH DSAH WILLIAFI PICKEiJS OK NEW YOKK FIELD SKOU r.TARY OF THE NATIONAL.. ASSOCIATION.. FOR Till:; ADVANCISMISNT OF COLORED PEOPLE PYTHIAN TEHPLE AUDITORIUII . SUNDAY AFTERNOON 3:30 nPCRA.RER.2TH. 1920 i I Dean Pickens is one of the iklattV.rtii ' ! Prof. W. H. Burnett of Terrell, . ; occasion. ; j ADMISSION 50 CENTS i AuBplcB Dallas Branch N. A. A. C. P Has 1 1. l J. ALBA AUSTIN, A girl's greatest charm Is not in a graceful figure. It ia In her power to Interest those she niwts. To be an Interest Inn: woman one must have a hrU'ht and wide awake mind, and must so use her talenta that they -will increase. The Ideal of a race Is its women. Mo race can rise aliove the nature f Its women. Let us hold up and ctorify the purity of true womanhood. Prof. S. 8. Y ins i or "mil. onn- - . , , , . i - - - i art, r a teacher in the public schools of Pallas, was ia town last Saturday Tititing frlendB. Mrs. IxUIe Richardson...

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