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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 27 November 1920

THK DALLAS EXrKKSS, DALLAS, TKXAS, SATI'BDAY. '0 EMBER g7. Iftgu. DdNQEROUS TO TIEN" PALACE THEATRE, THURSDAY - FT. WORTH NEWS Fort Worth, Nov. 25. Thursday Nov. 25 is Thanksgiving Day. Let Us all give thanks .for the many ' In numerable blessings bestowed upon us. bet us counsel with ourselves that we may be prepared to give thanks to God in keeping with His manii'old kindness to us. And In rendering thanks to Almighty God for those big things so gloriously be stowed upon us, we should at the same time praise Him for the bless ings too small for us to remember, yet not too small for us to receive. And, then there were those thingb which in our Judgment may have seemed to be adversities, but let us render thanks to Him for these too, with the full realization, for in later years we shall come to realize the blessings He sent In disguise. Let us all give thanks. A high class musical will be given at Bakers Chapel, Monday night Nov. 29. Don't" miss hearing it Born to Mr. and Mrs. F. H...

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. — 27 November 1920

THE PAT.T.AS EXTKKSS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, ' KOVEMBF.R 87, 19gO. 7r.M rt;tT . , , . . r--i - . ; ; ' ; t READ! THINK! LOOSEN! 'lisWillGrf V THE VELVET EHOWN COHIPANY 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 ver, we want a few more. "As an Inducement, we are going to give some agwnt a trip to Chicago, pullman, dining car and every. tfclng after you leave the South and a peep at the sights la ths "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 fr 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. 1 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...

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. — 4 December 1920

SOMEBODY IS GOING TO GET AN AUTOMORILB FOR NOTHING', YOU MIGHT IF YOU TRIED. Founded by W. E. King. VOL. XXVIII, NO. 0. NORTHEAST TEXAS A. M. E CONFER ENCE HELD IN MEXIA LAST WEEK. Reports Show Successful Year. Appointments MadeS CHARGES AGAINST by New Bishop. Alexia, Texas, Deo. 2. The forty econd session of the Northeast Tex an Conference of the A. M. E. Church, . of which the Rev. W. A. Younger U pastor. The conference was called to order by the Right Rev. William D. Johnson. D. D., Ph. D., president bishop of the Tenth Epis copal District, (which Includes the State of Texas and the Republic of Mexico. , The Rev. J. H. Lynn, presiding; el der of the Pittsburg district preached the sacremental sermon after the ser- rh"ntab.e ,n f 152 WM la'd on The organization of the Conference was completed ., .follow.: CMrtJSZ retary, j. w. MoDade: renordlncr :r."ryBM; Kirk: statistical secre- p BnJ, M"-ald; chief marVhal": torM.ana b Cornellu,rrepoVter, ChriiH.llffrent PXP""- V. 8. Franks, Chr...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 4 December 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER, 4, 1030. . f I 112 PEOPLES' F0RUT1 t : (KUITim'S NOTE The following artlWo Is a special contribution to the rad(nf? public of th EsuraB. In publishing this ar tUln tiic Kxprrss only follows its Iinlicy df Hiving space whenever pos sible to contribution of merit from ltd reiuli-rs. It is to be hoped that others may follow the lead ,of Dr. Williamson In conimontlng upon sub jects of Interest to the public at 1.xik. Tim Kxpreps would be pleased to establish a Forum in Its columns for Ju.-it Biieh contributions provided space for tt la available. In the pub liKhli.g of such articles the Express wishes it expressly understood that its opinion In regard to their fitness for apenrunce is final and it reserves the right to accept or reject aa it may determine.) IV J I AT IS THE SOIL! Jh Spared "t Tiidr SoiiIh From lt-nlU" Psulm 7S :.'(). Somebody may possibly nay no cne believes in the Immortality of the body. Everybody knows that the b...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 4 December 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER, 4, 1020. 1 Report of Committee For Entertainment of Bishops' Council. Enthusiastic Meeting Held Tuesday Night. Committees Appointed. Bap tist Ministers Endorse Movement. Ladies Aux iliary to b$ Organized. $255.00 Paid - in at Meeting. "The Citizens Committee that Is raising funds and making plans for the entertainemnt of the Bishops' Council of the A. M. E. church, held an enthusiastic meeting at the Pyth tan Temple last Tuesday night. Sub Committees were appointed to can vass the city at once for funds and for homes. Prof. J. P. Starks Is captain of the team to obtain funds from the general public; Dr. C. L. Morgan, captain for the professional men; Mr. R. Lee Jones, captain for the business men; Dr. R. T. Ham ilton, captain for the churches and lodges. Mr. J. M. Tolbert Is chair man of the committee' on homes. ' These leaders have appointed' their committees to work with them, which Include men from all walks of life. Their na...

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

THK DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER, 4, 1920. ..; DALLAS IlXi'KLSS. T " " " . rT!'f V. ..' NATIONAL NECRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. l'ubli. hc.1 wcry Saturday morning e the tiar lit i'Mio Hvis Avenuu hv THE UA1.I.A I'.VI'KKSS rl'HLlSHlJlG ( oni'tv. U m-orp'i! aled) Pallas. To.xas. N. iv York lllli. r, I rot nnd 'rol VI . iCIIh Strrrt. lilrn:ii OIiko, rrol nnd Vrout, Xlaf tc Kiiiliiimr. Atluiitit oilier, ItokI Hnd Front, . filer li 1 1 til jlur. Nnlnillr HOlec f'ro and Frost, la- l ik iiiI nl J. il'- llulliilnK. MliSC lUri lOSS IN ADTAKCK. One Year... 13.00 Six Months - 1.B0 Three Months.. 1.00 Single Copy 10 MOTit'K TO TUB PVBI.1U. Any I'liOllfniifi rellectinn upon thu cimiuetir, hlniiding reputation of any jxtmiiii. linn u' corporation which muy appear in the column of Th.i liallas KxprfM will be ulniily cor rwt:d upon its being 'brought to the attention of the publishers. Kutered ttt Pont Olllce at Dalian, Texas. as second-elan matter, under Act of L'ongri;, March 1879....

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 4 December 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DKCKMBER, 4, 1020. pack Frrr. 800 TEACHERS AT TEND ANNUAL MEET ING IN HOUSTON. (Continued from page l. our endeavor In the school is to learn to do the thing that we shall have to keep on doing: as ltng ai we live." U is gratifying to me to note the proRresa that. In hem made In the stata tq reach this goal. It miiat be admitted that at no time before In the hlatory of public .education In Texas, haa there been auch concerted artlon atralnot the forcea of Ignor ranoe and auperatltutlon. It has coat " much In order to dlacloae our trim educational atatua. It had to he done If a remedy wa to be applied. It mukt have bean a atupendoua taak to brlna; the ynunar men of Texas, together and aubjnet them to the teat that would enable ua to find ouraelvea. Three can bo no doubt that the expenditure In time and money was exceedingly larare, but It la equally certain thnt large dlvl denda are accruelng from the under taking. The educatlonat awakenin...

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

1107 TO BEAT Buy a lot in THE IDEAL ADDITION, pay cash $6.00 . end 15.00 iiionf Ily, no tntt'rot, no taxes; then build small one or two room house i'u which to live and add to It bit by bit. Many white 'pooiilo li!!vc rut up a parage, with one or two rooms upstairs and sire Uving in them on the back of their lots, even In Highland Park, just to avoid paying high rents. It's the nenslble, common7 sense way to do. Rents will not be lower, but "rather will In crease until hundreds of new houses are built. Good second band lumber Is now available at many places. Rent money will pay for the place you put up. Others are doing this. Why not you? THE IDEAL. ADDITION LOTS are Belling well. "It's the fin est addition for Colored people In Dallas," bo say all who have bought. Salesmen will be there all day Sunday. Go out. select a lot, make first payment, and start YOUR OWN HOME. Kent mon. ey is lo.st forever. How to reach the addition: If walking, take Ervay" car to end of the line, walk one ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 4 December 1920

THE PA IX AS EXPRESS, DAIXAsi' TEXAS, KATI IIDAV, DECEMBER, 4, 1020- TAr.r, srvr-.o FT. WORTH NEWS MOSLEY-BORDEBS WEDDlMi. Fort Worth, Texas, Dec. 2. 1920. A wedding of interest and surprise was that of Dr. A. B. Borders and Miss Viola Mosely, Wednesday, Nov. 24th. The ceremnnv took nlace at the home of the" bride's mother, Mrs. N. S. Mosely, 1124 Bryant . street, Rev. W. O. Upshaw officiating. Miss Mosely is the charming daughter of Mrs. N. S. Mosely and a teacher in the High School. Dr. Borders is a practicing physician of the city. ' We wish them a happy sail in life. . We regret to learn of the death of Rev. S.. R. Prince's father1, who died recently at Prlncevllle. ' A recont event of interest was the First Annual Celebration of the Jeunne Hemmes de' L'houre Club Tuesday night, Nov. 23, at Herman Park. Aba nt 150 guests turned out to one of the swellest affairs of the season. The dance hall was beauti fully decorated in yellow and black ribbon. The ladies were gorgeously attire...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 4 December 1920

c TUB DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER, 4, 1020- i. i 1 ) l I ! I i t m kVU. M THINK! LOOSEN! 1 "Ttls Will Gst it" , t HIE VELVET BROWN COMPANY wants a (on- more live agents who are willing to do .side bustling for some quick money. , We Lave agents who are making money for themselves, how. J ever, no want a few more. "An an Inducement, we are going to f Ifivo some agent a trl( to Chicago, pullniaii, dining car and every- Iii'ff after, you leave the SotiCh and a peep at the sights In tho X ' Windy City" all free. ' . ' :( We are planning an agents' contest, you can't loose for any- X one who handles " .-. : . - X Velvet Brown Prepratioiis will tell you that they are great Boilers. People actually cry for thin and our oummlsslon'ls liberal. . TUB FACE CREAM Is a real "whang." A beauty producer, X a knockout and a joy-maker to any one who uses It.' A . - i THE nAIU PREPARATIONS have the kick that stimulates X the old dome to action and ambition, and the kind of hair t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 December 1920

SjttttfiUTX Of SOMEBODY IS GOING TO GET AW AUTOMOBILE FOR NOTHING, YOU MIGHT IF YOU TRIED. YOU'Mi BE BOIIRY IF YOU DON' ENTER OUR GREAT PRIZE ' CONTEST. PER ANUM 8.00. Founded by W. E. King. The Republican Party Is The Ship, All Else Is The Sea" Fred Douglas. PRICE TEX CENTS. VOL. .XXVIII, NO. 10. THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS. TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1920. pa f9 Li L H1 4 RACE TROUBLE IN FLORIDA ON ELEC TION DAY MAY CAUSE CONGRESSION AL INVESTIGATION OF METHODS OF DISFRANCHISEMENT USED BY BOUR BON SOUTH. MAY AFFECT STATUS OF SOUTHERN REPRESENTATION. WashinKton, D. C. Deo. 7. The race trouble In Florida on laat election day may prove an entering wedge for Congressional Investigation of voting conditions In many Southern itatei. What la probably the most seathing denunciation of these methods with an appeal for Congressional action In regard to them Is that of George Lockwood, editor of the National Re publican In a current Issue of recent date. Mr. Lockwood says: The present Cong...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 December 1920

THE DAIXA8 EXPKESS, PALLAS, TEXAS. SATURDAY, DrSCBMBKlt 11, .1020. '! v ;. 1 ) I TEXAS TOVIIS ' Forney, Dec. 9. -Sunday School was well attended nt all hu-viics. The services at Mt. Zioa 'as good.' Tlireo sermons were delivered by tha paiitor. Rev. Varncr. fiev. 8. H. Haynes returned from the Aanuai Conference held at Fort Weroh. Dr. R. W. CledHoe left for Fb.t Worth this a. m. to vlBit a sick relative. See M. Drain for the Expr'-w. tireonvllle, Dec. 9. Jerusalem Bap tist Church had excellent services Sunday. Mrs. Annie Storenoe and sister, Mrs. Frances White mrti in Dallas attending the bedside ef their uncle. Mr. Zaek Durham and family have returned from West Texas. Rev. T. V. Gilmnre of Wolfe eity preached at New Hope Baptist curcn Thursday night Mrs. Jettie Mar Turner and husband, Mr. Menroe Turner of Edseood have moved to this city to live. Rev L. H. Crw ford. the pastor of the Clark Street Christian Church is in Waco attend ing to some church affairs. Sir. Joe Thomas has enlar...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 December 1920

PAGE 'r-- FINANCIAL STATEMENT GRAND LODGE COLORED KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS YYY THE DALX1A8 EXPRESS, PAMPAS, TEXAS. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1920. Illl - - i tRAiin ntaiToiii " TllCATPE Iff i ". i i m mm m m m s 'j m mam ;u m. m m m t a a U Li I., a i L i I I ELS I I - To the Grand Lodge Officers. Deouty Grand Chancellors,' Officers and Members ol Subordinate Lodges of the Grand Lodge Colored Knlghts'of Pythias of Texas. Dear Brethren,, Greeting: The following is a Trial Balance showing the financial condition of the funds of the Order for the month closing November 80, 1920. From an inspection of the same it will be noted that we now have on hand the magntflclent sum of 1100,844.80. We have reached the $100,000 mark, the goal to which we started at the beginning of the year. This is wonderful when we think of the fact that la June of last year our records showed that all funds of the Grand Lodge were over drawn. Just think for a moment We have on hand $100,844.80 and all regular claims paid...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 December 1920

THE PALLAS EXTRESS. DAIJ.A8, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER It,- 1020. TIIS DALLAS EXPRESS. V -J Y MfcMEER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday morning In the year at 2;ui bvla Avenue by THE DALLAS K Pit ENS MJIIHSIUNO , CVMI'ANY. (Incorporated) Dallas. Texan. .rw Vrk outer, I ro( and From 12 .. 2U1B. Sllwl. iilrouo ouiec, Froat nail Frol, Hoy re fluililiftg. Admit OHIrr. Front and Front, Can itlcr Itullitintf. nIivillr oillre Front nnd Front, In-driiciHlt-nt Lite HulMlng. SIJISCKU'TIOSS 1ST ADVASCE. One Year .......... $3.00 Six Months 1.60 Three Months - 1.00 Single Copy ...... .10 NOTICE TO THK PIHLIO. . Any erroneous redaction upon the chaructur. tiarnliHg " reputation of any pei-Hon, tinu r corporation which may appear In th columns of Tlr. lullas Kxpress will be Kindly cor rected upon Hi brir:ar brought to the attention of the publishers.. Entered at Post Olllco at Dallas, Texas, as second-class matter, under Act of Congress, March ISiU. IMPOHTANT. No subcript...

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

THK DALLAS EXPnESS, DATXA9, TKXAS, SATTODAY, PECEMBEIt 11, 1020. r.tr.r mr. mm win m mi ; t W. W. HAHM.K.K'S TWO-MIKCTB TALK FOR BOYS AND UIHLH. A WAK OK VVOIUIM IIKTWKim MIHHT AND HMiHT. TIIW t'OIV THW IS UHOIIUHT INTO TIIR COURT OP LAST HRSOIIT. niOHT IS H1I.IIT S1NCU GOU IS HIUliT. The Judaic,' Mr. Justice Delivers Ills Oplnlou. c ny N. W. Harllee). Might and Right claimed that each ruled the affairs of mankind. A hit. ter contest lasting the longest age In 1 upport of their double claim. Might was aure hla claims were Just, Right was equally urgent In her claim. ; Might Insisted that there waa no such thing as Right except It was brought about by Might. Might was sure me divine power or kings was Right. There Is no Right urged Might. Might Make Right. Might declares that the tendencies of all the ages show conclusively that Might is Right. Might brings his claims to rule Into the highest au thority of the world, the court of last resort with witnesses selected from the rulers of...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 December 1920

t the pallas exprkss, pallas, Texas, Saturday, December it, 1020. six. REPORT OF C0HIS1ITTEE ON ENTERTAINMENT OF l BISHOPS' COUNCIL PEOPLE RESPONDING SPLEN DIDLYLODGES DONATE LIBERALLY MRS. J. C. FRAZIER TO HEAD LADIES' COMMITTEE. IS MEMORIAL. "vheafit: .1 aa--" . cna a at . .t i i v Tf. N J Hill I mmm IT iW 111 1 K - I Sacred to the memory of our fath er, Henry Ealey, who departed thia life one year today, Deo. 10, 1919. In the graveyard safely sleeping. Whore the flowers quietly ware, Lies the one we love so dearly; In bis lonely silent grave. Thou art gon but not forgotten In thia great world of strife. Thou shall always be remembered, As long as God gives us life. More and more each day we miss you Friends' may think the wound Is SOVTHF.nif STATR OIVR HOUR SDi'POK'P TO MllO. Fuli-rnl OammUxlonfr t rxtaratloa Srrm Pfw Kflort to Olre Usee Bet ter UbWi Atlanta. Dec. 7. The Bouinern stuffs are giving more ana more ri-i nnnclHl nd moral ait to Nero schools it wa shown iu reports at t...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 December 1920

THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1020. rif.'. y. vi. :. FT. WORTH HEWS Fort Worth, Dec. 9. Miss Mildred GUI left Saturday for Loe Angeles, California. Miss GUI will be out of the city for the next two months. We learn with deepest sorrow the death of Miss Druzella Johnson ho died at San Angelo, Thursday morn ing, Dec. 2. Miss Johnson was the talented daughter of Prof, and Mrs. M. J. Johnson of 1316 E. 8th St, this city and taught school at Bishop College for a number of years. She leaves a host of relatives and a num ber of friends to mourn her loss. The family has the deepest sympathy of their many friends in this, their hour ol sorrow. ; Mr. Leroy Hill of Dallas was the guest spf his sisters, Misses Mollle and Maud Hill, who entertained with a delightful luncheon Sunday after noon. Covers were laid for eight. The A. M. E. Church held their annual conference in the city Dec. 1st to the Sth inclusive. The con ference convened with Baker's Chap el, corner Hum...

Publication Title: Dallas Express, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 11 December 1920

i .:rr THE DALLAS EXVREK3, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATUKPAY, PECEfBFJt 11. 1920. Kill That Cold With OH, BOY! i:.V.'E TC3 SIEI L-tifctJG Dnuiji? Say Brother, she 1h a PEACH and a SCREAM! Hair long enough to be fixed in an style and bo soft and glossy. Those Velvet Brown preparations sure enough "got It" for her. . AND HER SKIN WELL all the blackheads, pimples, splotches and ringworms are gone. Say Friend, her skin is so much lighter that you wouldn't think Bhe was the same girl. She "ain't" nothing but soft, tender looking and pure Velvet! , : , And did you see old VELVET BROWN "himself?" ,1 thought that "Joker" would look AWFUL RUSTY whoa be got back from the "COTTON PATCH" but he was Wise and carried the Doctor's Velvet Brown Face Cream with him and he came back looking like a "State Street . Chocolate." We hare simply got to hand It to that kind Doctor for he puts a "Kick" In his Face and Hair Preparations that will "get it In every way." Velvet Brown Preparations are used by distinctive ...

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

yfiEsm o L I SOMEBODY IS GOING TO GET AH AUTOMOBILE) FOB NOTHING, YOU MIGHT IP TjOU TRIED. yOC'LIi BE BORKY IF YOU DONT. ENTER Odl GREAT TKJZ13 CONTEST. K3 ANNUM 3.C0. Founded by W. E. King. The Republican Parly 1$ The Ship, All Else Is The 8ea."Fred Doujli8. VOL, XXYIIL No. 11. PRICE TEN CENTS. THE DALLAS EXPRESS, DALLAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1020. If ill i n W -CVT! ft rft rfCC m mm Ma I F I jm ill - ' " ' ' - ' SAYS "WHEN MEN ARE RIGHTLY IN FORMED OF NEGROES IN THEIR HEADS THEY WILL BE MORE KINDLY DISPOS ED IN HEARTS. BEST FRIEND OF AMER ICAN WHITE MAN IS THE NEGRO." URGES CO-OPERATION. By Special Reporter. Before a large crowd assembled In the auditorium of the Pythian Tem ple last Sunday afternoon. Dr. Wil liam .Pickens. Field Secretary of the N. A. A. C. P.. set forth in a highly humorous yet logical way a new as pect of the race problem as It affect ed both racea In America. Arter a nolo of remarkable brilliance by Mien Uonnette IS. Giles, Hon. A. S. I wells, an mast...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas express. — 18 December 1920

TV f 7 Vith GORGEOUS I i FAIR j TEXAS I TOWNS Culvert, Dec. 16. News reached the city Monday of the death of Mr. Ear - nest Douglass, son of Mr, Fulton Dorians, at Elolse Sunday. It is said he was drinking and tried to make Rev. Hodge dance. The Rev erend drawing hla automatic, shot film six limes. Earnest was reared l'l this city but moved to Eloise a few years ago to farm. He leaves a wife, several brothers, and a father to sur vive him. lie way laid to rest in the Calvert Cemetery, Tuesday evening:. Mrs. Josephine Mitchell. Mrs. Sallie Bryant aud Mr. Wm.' Gentry are ill this week. Mrs. Maligna Hayden is adding a new gallery to her home. Mrs. Lucinda Standi of West Dally i fa here at the bedside of her mother, Mrs. Sal lie Bryant. The Carnival, which was a complete success left Sunday night, after spending a week, It was operated in the Interest of I St. Paul M. E. Church we learn. Miss I E. P. Hunter and sister, Miss Emma I Elackshear spent; Saturday In the city shopping. Rev. Du...

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