The Dallas Express (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 26, No. 22, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 15, 1919 Page: 5 of 16
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THlB DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 15 1919.
Twi i uStMfiIi" i t BI''iTHe i iW m
Bullard Texas March 13. Rev. C.
M. Lemons preached an cble sermon
at Corinth which was enjoyed by
all. Money raised $24.60. C. M. Bcr-
ley has praise meeting twice a week.
Sunday school taught by Miss Jessie
Maud Sanders will close with an ex-
hibition all are invited. Mr. Winn
and Mrs. Shannon have the pleasure
of subscribing for the Express.
If you need first-class hair cuts
see J. A. Vaughn residenco of Mr.
George Wilson where you will find
We kindly ask your' patronage for
the paper 5 cents per copy; 75c
for six months $1:50 a year. See
J. A. Vaughn Route 2 Box 65 Bul-
Groesbeck Texas March 13. The
pastor of Dennis Chapel and the
pastor of Head Branch left town Sun-
day. . Dr. Moses Smith went to Cedar
to preach Sunday.. Mr. Roy Adams
has been suffering with tonsilitis
troubles for the past week but is
better. Mrs. Casse Scott "is up again
after a short spell of Influenza. Mrs.
Hattie Jones Is better. Mrs. Chinese
Jones of Teague is visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Jimmle Jackson. Mrs. Mabel
Gambles is spending this week In
We hope to have the co-operation
of all of the churches in town on
the forth Sunday In the installation
of Rev. Flerson who has recently
been called to the pastorate of Head
Keltys Texas March 13. Sunday
school was well attended several
visitors were present Rev. Bow-
man of Lufkln made . a short talk.
Mr. Bennie Jewel ' Johnson of Tene-
ha was a visitor in our city. Mr.
t. Tears maae a nymg trip to Aito to
day. Mrs. Emma Henderson of Rusk
Is visiting her daughter for a few
days. Mr. Ous Stevenson of Clay
ton was a visitor in the city. Pear-
lie Castle of Pallok visited Mr. and
Mrs. Cat Castle for a few days.
Sunday school was good at New
Zlon Baptist church Sunday and was
Services are continually growing.
Deacon Phillip Taylor has been ill
for several days but is better. Our
ex-pastor Rev. A. C. Churchwell
was a visitor here Friday.
Mrs. Mary Garrett and Miss Jassla
Clara visited their sister Mrs. Emma
Whitewright Texas March 13.
Rev. Hearvey 'pastor First Baptist
church was here Sunday. Rev. G. E.
Patterson C. M E. was at his post
Mr. Otto Maxey is home. He has
been in service for his country.
Sunday school was good at both
churches. Mr. S. A. Dehoney is sick
with the flue.
There will be a debate at the school
house subject "Who has Done More
for You State Man or Woman."
We hope the mothers fathers and
brothers will come and here" the
' Calvert Texas March 13. Mrs.
Rebecca Smith and sister Mrs. Dora
Grey of Chapel Hill Community and
Master David Smith from Navasota
Sunday and left for their home.
Mrs. Willie Clifton of Bremond
was in the city Sunday en route
to her home after spending the
week- end at the home of her father
'and mother Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Ander-
son of Williams vllle.
J. E. M. Griggs of Hearne was
in the city Sunday.
Many citizens left Sunday with
the remains of Mrs. Ida Edwards
who died Friday in the city of Waco.
Mr. M. Mitchell of Beaumont is in
the city visiting his brother and
Mr. W. H. Hogan and Mrs. Estella
Lewis of Dallas are in the city visit-
lng homo folka
The sad .sews reached Calvert
from Franklin Saturday of the death
of Mr. R. F. Lee. Mr1. Lee was at
one time a teacher of Robertson Co.
and at the time of his death P. S.
of Chas. Furgeson Lodge G. U. O.
of O. F. The fami'y has the sympa-
thy of the Dallas Express
Miss Cathrene Adams visited Mart
Mrs. Levenia Hill Whltaker was in
'the city a few hours Saturday.
Mr. Newt Hillbert is quite sick
at bis home la South Calvert
Show your Christianity and visit
Rev. F. L. George evangelist for
the A. M. E. church of Texas came
In Satvday from BcUon and preach-
ed two sermons at St James A. M.
Prof. G. A. Mims son of Prof and
Mrs. A. H. Mints is back from France
and .Is now at Camp Funston.
- Mr. Jesse Norfleet Is back from
over Bea and is now at Camp Bowie.
Mrs. Mary Taylor Maxwell left
Thursday for Pittsburg Pa. to Join
her husband Mr. Nathan Maxwell.
Mrs. Julft Rayford and daughter
Mrs. Emma Talley are ill at their
home corner Cottonwood street and
Hanna avenue West Calvert
Mrs. Peggy Hopkins is ill at home.
Kiss Libby Asberry is up after a
hard fight with the fla.
St Paul M. E. church opened its
annual revival Sunday night one
convert Mr. Jim Taylor.
Garret Grove Baptist Church.
Sunday school opened at 9 o'clock.
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Manufactured by Stone & Co Perfumers Dallas Texas. Agents Wanted.
Makers of Mentho-lo Jolly Vapor
mailed to any address upon receipt
Supt. R. Agee was at his post and
taught the lesson for three minutes.
Class No. 1 deacon Allen Roberts;
class No. 2 by Q. D. Sanders; class
No. 1 reviewed by Rev. M. Nelson
Church of God.
Services all day Sunday and Sun-
day school went over the top with
Rev. E. W. Powell at the helmet
who preached an able sermon from
Matt 19-32. '
Mt Zlon Church Milam County.
Rev. P. R. Humber was at his
post Sunday but left for Hammond
to conduct the funeral of Mrs. Ida
Prof. A. T. Robertson wife Mr.
and Mrs. Tim Rlsby Jr. and Rev.
M. L. Covington motored to Ham-
man d Sunday to attend the funeral
of Mrs. Ida Edwards. '
Bethel Baptist Church
Rev. M. L. Covington Pastor
Services Sunday were well attend-
ed. Sunday school opened at 9:30
o'clock with Supt. B. T. Harris at
his post a strong lesson was taught
B. Y. P. U. at 4 o'clock only serv-
ed to continue the good work being
Carthage Texas March 13. Mr.
Elwood J. Hawkins son of Mr. L.
O. Hawkins of Timpson died at his
home 7th inst after a brief Illness.
Mosler Hawkins lived here several
years and was an ideal boy.
Mrs. Lena Scott left the city on
Southbound Santa Fe on the 7th Inst
She will be gone several weeks to
places In Louisiana and Arkansas.
Two of Carthage's Colored damsels
made a brake to follow the carnival
last week but by the help of
Mr. Law they were cut off and are
now safe with their parents.
Denton Texas March 13. Rev. J.
A. Ayers of First Baptist church be-
gan a series of meetings Sunday In
the afternoon a union meeting of
the churches was held. Rev. W. P.
Crockett of the A. M. E. church and
Rev. J W. Henderson of the C. M.
E. church with their congregations
participated. Rev. Henderson preach-
ed. To the disappointment of the
Woodmen Supreme Commander C.
M. White was unable to be present
at a banquet scheduled Thursday
night the 6th in his honor.
The sewing class at the Fred Dou-
glass school is progressing nicely
unden the supervision of Miss M. Wil-
liams. Miss M. E. Hughly's pupils rend-
ered a splendid program at the Feb.'
28 meeting of the L. B. B. club at
the school. Miss Hughly read an
excellent paper "The Need of Co-
operation of Parent and Teacher."
Dr. E. D. Moten has kindly con-
sented to deliver a series of health
lectures at the Fred Douglass school
on Friday afternoons.
The Ladies Busy Bee club extends
an Invitation to the parents and
friends to the meetings. Principal F.
D. Moore is anxious that proper en-
couragement be given the boys and
Mrs. J. E. Thomas pf Denver Col.
Is visiting her aunt Mrs. W. P.
Entertained at Dinner.
Mrs. Ben Owens entertained March
5 at dinner a few friends in honor
of her husband. Those present en-
Joyed a delightful menu of grape
fruit with cherries fricassee of beef
creamed potatoes maccaroni e'l'Ital-
ienne emergency- biscuit French
salad celery prune souffle banana
Queen City Texas March 13.
Friendship Baptist church services
were grand all day Sunday. The
pastor F. K. White filled the pulpit
morning and night in his usual way
he delivered the message with power
and eloquence. Two accessions to the
church. Rev. E. W. Booker and Jim-
mle Molet united with us. Our pas-
tor is in Little Rock Ark. this week
conducting a revival in that city
under the auspices of the Baptist
Ministers Union at the Collins St
Baptist church 413 Collins street
Dr. J. S. Ladelle is the popular pas-
tor. While the pastor was in Hous-
ton Texas last week In revival for
Rev. J. R. Burd tt D. D. the Deacon-
ess Sisters of Friendship and the Mis-
sionary Sisters and Deacons and
Trustees installed a full outfit of
office furniture in the pastor's office
at a cost of $174.00 and the office
is some. swell too. Mrs. F. K. White
the pastor's wife is a moving spirit
among the sisters of the church and
we all love and respect her as a pas-
tor's wife. She knows how to help
her husband succeed and make
friends Ve all regret when she will
have to return to her home in Mus-
kogee Okla. April 1. We are plan-
ning to have her nuike her home here
with us in the near future when we
secure tie parsonage for pastor and
wife. Brother Editor the pastor is
striving to get the Express in the
homes o? the Queen City people as
no other pastor han done it can be
found on sale hereafter at the pas-
tor's study rooms 3 and 4 upstairs
in the Friendship Baptist church.
I have been elected church re-
porter by my church and I shall be
found trying to give the readers news
from this place in Dallas.
Read the Express by calling at
the pastor's study or phone Edge-
wood 1564 or 2190. Keep the ex
Bath a valuablespeclal treatment for
of price 25 cents.
press coming to me. The eyes of the
people of Queen city being opened
since tne coming of Dr. White.
MISS MABELLE HARRIS Rep.
Okmulgee Oklahoma March 13.
Rev. J. S. Dawson pastor of the
A. M. E. church at Boley was in the
city a lew days last week Rev. T
W. Kldd P. E of Muskogee Dis
trict passed through the city Friday
en route to Boynton
Mrs. B. A. Nance went to Flipper-Key-Davis
University at Tallahassee
last week to visit her daughter.
Miss Joanna Harris one of the
city teachers here spent the week-
end in Mut-kogee visiting Mrs. Jesse
Mr. N. E. Watson of Claremore
was here last week.
Mr. J. H. Nance is on the sick'
Dr. Emmett Wallace of Muskogee
attended the reception given in hon-
or of his brother. .
Misses Bertha Jones Ludia Nance
and Nell Colbert spent the week-end
visiting in Tulsa The play "Every
Youth" given by the Sophomores of
Dunbar high school in the auditori-
um of the school last Friday night
was quite a success.
Miss Elzada Singleton one of our
teachers spent the week-end visit-
ing her sister in Taft Okla.
Grand Master Delancy of the U.
B. Fs ' made his annual visit here
last week. He had a Joint instal-
lation Thursday night at the Dun-
bar high school.
Bright prospect Lodge No. 80 en-
tertained Thursday evening at the
hall in honor of Grand Master De-
lancy. Mrs. E. L. Martin will leave next
week for Hot Springs for an InV
definite stay with relatives and
Rev. E. Madden pastor of M. E.
church delivered his farewell ser-
mon Sunday the Reverend has rend-
ered splendid service a strong ad-
vocate for Christianity. He will leave
for Conference at Manhatan Kans.
The mass meeting at A. M. E.
church Thursday was one of of the
greatest ever held in the city from
point of race protection. The pur
pose of meeting being to organize
an Association for the Advancement
of Colored People. The best blood
of the city was present A splendid
program was rendered each cnurcn
and school took active part on the
program. Dr. O. A. Williams ably
presented the necessity for this or-
ganization. Editor Smitherman of the
Tulsar Star made the principal ad-
dress. Fifty men and women were
Lawton Okla. March 13. At the
Baptist church last' Sunday there
was conducted by the pastor a five
minute sermon by every visiting
minister in the city. Thirty min-
utes were taken up as there were
six ministers including the pastor.
Each one took up a contribution
which was $20.20.
Mrs. Lola V. Wallace left Saturday
for Tulsa Okla. where she goes to
Join her huBband who is employed
there. They will make it their future
The Colored amateurs play at
the Orpheum last Wednesday night
was a success. Messrs. Wilson and
Thompson winning caBh prizes.
Miss Hall of San Antonio Texas
arrived in the city last Monday to
visit her brother Mr. R. H. Hall.
Miss Marzle Phillips of Mineral
Wells Texas iB in the city visiting
her sister Mrs. Kathabel Thomp-
son of No. 7 B. street
Little Reva Houston who last
week 'was ill with the flu contracted
pneumonia but is better at this writ-
ing. Rev. C. A. Hamilton president of
the District B. Y. P. U. Convention
returned Saturday from Frederick'
where he attended a Joint meeting
of both boards and reports a lovely
The rally at the Baptist church
was closed last Sunday with a total
of $50.00 raised during the morning
and evening sessions.
Rev. A. C. Reeves State Supt of
Sunday school and B. Y. P. U. was
the pleasant guest at the home of the
pastor. The Reverend will conduct
a ten-day meeting hero this week.
Chlckasha. Okla. March 13.-The
great revival services conducted by
the great evangelist Rev. C. H. Wil-
son for Rev. C. B. Burton was
brought to a close Wednesday night
This was one of the greatest re
vivals ever conducted in the city
of Chlckasha for some time.
The closing sermon on Wednesday
night was perhaps tho most benefi-
cial and convincing of all. His sub-
ject being "Court Day in Glory."
This sermon clearly pictured the
different transgressors sianling be-
fore the righteous one on high.
Good services were enjoyed at First
Baptist c'.urch Sunday. S. S. col-
lection $5.10. Total collection for
the day $35.00. Pastor D. D. Jones
returned from Frederick Okla.
Services at the C. M. E. church
good Sunday Rev. A. F. Doug-
lass filled the stand at 8:00 p. m.
MjAlester Okla. March 13. Dr. J.
B. LlttleJohn a piominent Dentist
of our city instantly died of heart
failure. The regains were taken
to Columbus Miss. for burial. The
doctor was a member of the Ma-
sonic lodge also a Woodman. He
leaves a wife two sons a mother
two brothers and a host of friends
to mourn his loss.
Mr. E. E. McDanlel and Mrs. M.
E. Thompson from the Masons and
TCnatom fftnr resnectfullv accomnan-
ied the widow. Mrs. LlttleJohn is
a member or tne racuiiy or our
Miss Catherine Cravens who was
instantlj' killed by Jumping from an
Influenza affords ffiBtant relief
CAPITOL PETROLIUtVI CO
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Drilling Now Started
On our 1000 acres in Tampico
y wells in the world have been brought in
T JB ' I. vfv uanci- yiimuivi)
I worth dollars tier share.
JL On October 15th 1918 we paid a six per cent dividend. On the
15th of January 1919 we paid a ten per cent dividend. We expect
to Pay dividends regularly four times a year. Our next dividend
j will be ten per cent or more and will be paid on the April 15th ?'
X this year. ' '
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A Dollars are like wild horses
aren't actually yours until you buy
25- cents each.
Purchase now before the advance.
Our Next Dividend of
Send for free Literature. Agents Wanted.
2H0 Welton Street
The Gunter School
Has Just opened its Spring term and desires to have all appli-
cants enter not later than April 1st for the next examination.
We are more fully prepared than ever to give our students
special training and lectures in Anatomy Sanitary Science Embalm-
in aud Demi-surgery. .
Our Demonstrators are men with reputations hacked by years
of experience and we are the only School for Negroes in the South
which affiliates with all the State Boards of this Country. For par-
1 The Gunter School For Embalmers
Day Thone M. 7573
Night Phone H. 6732
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auto in Tulsa Okla. was burled
here from the A. M. E. church Rev.
Watts officiated. .
Mr. E. E. McDaniel and Mrs. M.
E. Thompson who accompanied Mrs.
G B. LlttleJohn to Mississippi hss
returned. Mrs. Nell Oats of Okla-
homa City was the guest of M-s.
Dora Carter utA Miss Cornelia
Mrs. G. B. Littlejohn hos returned
from Columbus Miss. and will re-
sume her work here in the school.
Misr. Ludla Hopkins made a busi-
ness trip to Oklahoma City.
Mr. and Mrs. Barbee of Oklahoma
City spent a pleasant visit with
Mrs. Henrietta Carter on W. Del.
Mr. Will Estes who was shot by his
brother sometimes ago died and was
buried from his home. Rev. W. R.
Jackson accompanied by his choir
held services at the State prison
aud reformatory Sunday. Mrs. Hen-
rietta Gentry passed through the
city en route to Ft Smith Ark.
Mrs. Minnie Smith and little daugh-
ter Edith liave returned frot.i Ada
Okla. after a short visit to her has-
band. Mr Jim Thompson is now
back from Omaha Neb. Rev. Foster
and Mrs. Pearl Stansberry have re-
turned from Idabel Okla. Mrs. Leila
Stansberry and children left this
week for Parson Kans. where she
will Join her' husband Mr. John
When you begin to pick out Indi-
vidual devilment don't charge it to
the whole race. Some Colored folk
are Just what they should be.
Go to church . tomorrow. As bad
as you are the church will not suf-
fer by your presence.
i P. O. HASTES GOBTK ILL.
News reached the Express office
that Dfstrict Grand Master Goree
of the G. U. O. of .O. F. of Texas
has beeu very ill but is now con-
valescent As a result his corres-
pondence has been delayed but he
expels to catch up in few days.
Mexico where some of the largest J
Only 2V4 from our property r
BIG GUSHER will make our stock V
m u u mkw vm w a
they run away like the wind they
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Agents WanteL To sell the newest
and best patriotic religious and
race pictures also race post cards.
Send 25c for samples of post cards
or your choice of sample picture:
"True Sons of Freedom" or "Our
Colored Heroes." We have only the
best in everything. Get your ter-
United Supply Stores
Box 631 Rawlins Wyo.
E. Benton Wills Mgr.
Gentlemen Bead Carefully.
The Hoffman Oil and Refining Co.
of Texas (Houston headquarters)
is selling stock at the value (par)
of $1.00 per share.
They are refining oil and have
They have paid $1564000 In divi-
dends to share holders.
This is the first time in history
that the Colored man has had the op-
portunity of buying stock in a $25-
See me and buy your share.
B. W. FRANKLIN
I will be In Palestine Texas all
Gon'l Mgr. Sales Dept to Colored
2106 Main Street Dallas Texas
Liberal Terms to Agent.
Send this ad with $1.00 in
b Lamps or money and receive
a large package LaDora Pom-
ade 50c and a $1.00 Straigh-
tening Comb. Limited number
supplied at this price. Pomade
alone will be sent upon receipt
of 60c. We guarantee satis-
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Wanted By the Dickson Colored
Orphanage a' stenographer one who
can write shorthand and knows their
business also a music teacher. Sal-
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with room and board.
FOR SALE CHEAP.
One big roomy house and lot with
a good well of water Joining Mrs.
Roach's pasture. $400 down and $600
on time. Write for further informa-
tion to Mrs. M. Route 9 Box 823
Miss Lola M. Nash Hair Culturlst
Poro System. Your patronage so-
licited. We nroduce the best results.
Phone Main 3790
2511 San Jacinto St Dallas Texas.
Mrs. T. H. Miles of Chicago teach-
er piano and voice. 'Phone M. 3265
2721 Williams street
Good looking neat brown skin
girls to learn hair dressing and sham-
pooing in Beauty Parlor. Good
wages steady work. Call or phone.
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LADIES BEAUTI PARLOR.
The Ladies Poro Beauty Parlor at
209 North Central Avenue in the
rear of D. L. Littleton's barbershop.
Phone M. 6087.
Mrs. Sarah Littleton Prop.
HAVE TOUR HAIR WORK DONE.
By Mrs. Hattie Garrett Poro Hair
graduate. Service at my studio.
Phone H. 6399 1711 North Allen St
Dallas Texas. . 2-22-tf
A reliable prescription clerk. Ad-
dress W. 0. Foster
Foster Drug Company Company
681 W. 9th St
Little Rock Ark.
Mrs. Temple Weems Graduate of
the Poro College of Hair Culture
will treat your hair scientifically for
dandruff falling hair Itching scalp
which will give it beauty color and
abundant growth. Prices reasonable.
Phone H. 3143 or call at 2807 Flort
street Dalian '
See Gabe Dawson of Terrell Tex-
as ' for the best blood medicine. I
also can cure any kind of sore. Will
save you a trip to Hot Springs or
Mineral Wells. Address Gabe Daw-
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Men Sextonlque never fails to re-
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Cumberland Chemical Co. 166 Berry
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TO THE CnURCHES OF ZION BEST
n M. B. ASSOCIATION.
Dear Brethren: K
Take notice Rev. J. W. Fowler of
Kaufman Texas the Missionary of
Zlon Rest Association will call on
you and adjust your church mat-
ters. Please write me your troubles
also State representative of the Na-
tional Negro Conservative and Con-
stitutional League of America. The
only association doing business for
the Negro and operated exclusively
by the Negro.
REV. J. W. FOWLER
Box 6 If 4 Kaufman .Texas.
AT THE CITY HALL AUDITORIUM
SUNDAY MARCH 16. 1919
AT 3:00 O'CLOCK JVM.
PROF. N. W. HARLLEE Master of Ceremonies
Some of the leading educators of America have been Invited to
peak. Fifty voices from the high school under the management of '
Mrs. L. C. Morgan the music directroes of the schools of tto city
will furnish the song service for the opening.
Dr. R. R. Moten of TuBkegee Normal and Industrial Institute.
Dr. J. O. Osborne principal of Prairie View Prof. Arthur Jackson
secretary of education of the A. M. E. church will speak at this
Everybody Is Invited. Reserved seats for our white frionds will
be maintained. Industrial Education and Manual Traning for th
Negro will be the topic of the hour. The teachers of the city ar
. making great efforts .to have a large attendance at this meeting.
Mr. Griner the president of the School Board Prof. J. F. Kim-
ball and the County Superintendent will be present The pastors
of the churches are asked to urge upon their Congregations to be In
their seats In the City Hall at 8:00 o'clock. .
1st Song service by the High School conducted by Mrs. L. C Mor
Scripture readirg and prayer Rev. E. Arlington Wilson.
Remarks by Rev. W. L. Dickson setting forth the object of the
Song by the Orphan children.
Remarks by Rev. H. A. Carr "The Needs of the Orphanage."
Song by the Orphan children "Wulking In Jerusalem."
Addresses by the following Dr. R. R. Moten of Tuskcgee Nor-
mal and Industrial Institute Dr. J. O. Dsborn. Principal of
Prairie View State Normal; Prof. Arthur Jackson -cretary
of Education of the A. M. E. church.
Collection and subscription by Rev. W. I Dickson.
Prof. N. W Harllee is anxious for the congregaUon to be in
their seats at 3:0) o'clock.
PROF. J. P. ST ARKS Chairman.
PROF H. 8. THOMPSON Secretary .
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and expect to meet all comers. First-
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more first-class players write
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West Grand Avenue
Oklahoma City Okla.
Thompson & Johnson
Lawyers. ' ;
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The Dallas Express (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 26, No. 22, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 15, 1919, newspaper, March 15, 1919; Dallas, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth278252/m1/5/: accessed May 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .