Newspaper Page Text
TIMANSAS CITY SUN
Hon Is usually "fixed" and he Is
seldom encouraged to look nbovo a
All communications should bo addressed ' brother Is flooded with bnportunlntlcs
to Tho Kansas City Sun. 1803 East 18th Bnd inducements to rise to the high'
utret. . ... I . ..I i
ell Phone East 999. I rusaium yusmuu. jiny nu uui
, 1 conclude that the Negro loses out on
Gntercd as second-class matter, August
12, 190S, at the postorflce at Kansas City,
Mo., under the act of March 3, 1879.
Of course unjustly
.account of color?
What About Personality?
If the Negro loses on account of
color prejudice ho Is making It up
In personality. Herein lies tho one
power to overcome- prejudice and
Nelson C. Crews.,,. ...Editor and Owner
Wllla II. Glenn... General Manager
Ueo. E. Thompson Advertising ARcnt
J. O, Tyler ....Advertising Solicitor
Eva P. Washington
nana Morton Collector
Alma Crews Collector; solutlonlze tho race problem lndlvu
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: I ally and effectively In our own bust
One Year 11.50 nes3 dealings with the other fellow,
fhre0MonUll'"!''"II!".'! '.M whether It be transacting a pure
- . J business deal or as employe and em
it occasionally happens that papers senti ...,. , .tL , .
to subscribers are lost or stolen. In case ployer. Personal worth Is a fair
roit do not receive any number when due. definition of personality, .since It 1b
tefuuy" ?JWSSBlcS?plfiSte The left to tho Individual to prove of what
cntsslns number. M j grade his personality Is mode.
Bethel A. M. E. Church. 2)th and Flora.
St. Stephen's Baptist Church, 601 Char-,
Christian Church, 19th and Tracy. I
Greenwood Baptist Church, 1839 Ter-ra.-e.
Centennial M. E. Church, 19th and
Second Baptist Church. lOtli and Char-
AnVn Chanel A. .At. E. Church. 10th and 'W employe's standing,
CENTS PER Whether It bo good or bad, strong or
weak. AVo believe the average col
ored person who works In tho down
town stores Is aiming to make his'
personal services win recognition over
the usual boundary lines and hence
overcome an unreal prejudice which
can not stand before his Intrinsic
worth to his employer. This Is cer
tain: Good service has never hurt
but goes a
Charlotte. long way toward breaking down
KanTsf3 Chursh, 46th ana fences wh,cU hav0 been bulu by thG
Ebcnezer A. M. E. Church, 17th and vain Imaginations of men. The In
T8LyAuguHne'i P. E. Church, Uth and ' telllgent Negro keeps this thought in
Troost mlntl. Tho 'other fellow" whom we
Vine St. Baptist Church, 1S2S Vine St. ... 1.- nvprflnwpd with onnor-
Pleasant Green Baptist Churc.i, Inde- snoweu 10 00 oerIlowea wua ovyar
twndence and Tracy. tunltles for advancement, often foils
VVoodlandhapel A' M' E' cl,urch' u,h ani1 on account of lack of this "personal
St John's A. II. E. Church, 1743'Jlelle-' Ity" or personal worth. Seeing this,
vls..n, tv. A.i.-.,.i.f n,i tiv,i. how much more shpuld he Negro
land. seek to be efficient In his own line
fit. Monica's Catholic, 17th and Lydla. (t0 n60 tlle vernacular) and not be
itiuiiiuiK outr iiuih( iiiurcu, iiLi vine.. ... ,.,.
Highland Avenue Baptist churcn, llli content to merely "get by. In pro
IllBhland. . , . 1 portion as the Negro becomes a rec-
Centropolls A. M. E. Ciiur.-h, Cenlrop- 1 , , . . , ,
oils. Mo. ognUed economic factor In that In-
.,stJ,Jnme? A- M- E z- Church, 1823 atitutlon by which he Is employed,
woodland Ave. I . , . , . . , .
Third Baptist Church, Roundtop. however humble that moy he, he la
People's Mission, 30th and Genesee. 1 not only demanding a better wage but
St. Pauls Baptist Churcn, 19th and , , .. , i,i-
Ilighltind. I wins for his race a deeper consider-
nignm uapusi unurcn, gii (.nanotie ation.
A Beautiful Design.
Sprays $1.00 and upward
Designs $1.50 and upward
We please tho people both In price
Flowers tor all occasions.
WEAVER FLORAL Co.
1 510 E. 18th St.
Home phone Main 7555.
Bell phone East 4793.
Baptist Church, 19th and
E. Mission, 5th and
Blgelow A. M.
Progressive Baptist Church, 29th and
C. M. E. Church, 1817 Flora Ave.
-t. .laiuei Ba'i.ist Chiif ii, 4mV.i Attn St
St. Luke's A. M 14 Clmft-n. lrd and
A. M. E. Mission, 65 Orand Ave.
KANSAS CITY, KAN. CHURCHES.
First A. M. E. Church, 8th and Neb.
Pleasant Green Baptist Church, 1st und
Eighth St. Baptist Chur.-ii, Sth and
Metropolitan Baptist Churcn, Mil
Bethel A. M. E. Church, Water
St. Paul A. 11. E. Church, 21st
First Baptist Church, Sth and Neb.
King Solomon Baptist Church, 3rd and
Quindaro A. M. E. Church, Qulndaro,
Pleasant Valley Baptist Church. Rosedale,
M. E. Church, Sth and Oakland.
A. M. E. Church, 4tli and Oakland.
Salter Mission, A. M. E. Church. South
Protestant Episcopal, 3rd and Stewart.
Second Baptist Church. 21th and Ruby.
Wesley Chapel M. E., 100 Shawnee.
St. Paul A. M. E. ZI011 Church, 4000
Bethel A. M. E. Church. Roselale, Kan.
Mt. Zlon Baptist Church, 4th and Virginia.
Ebcnezer A. M. E. Church, Sanford and
"The Republican party Is the ship,
all else the sea for the Negro," said
"Frederick Douglass forty years ago.
AVhat was true then Is true now. Stick
to the party, boys.
Intelligence and Politeness.
We have confined this line of rea
soning chiefly to the porter, the hotel
waiter and the car driver, believing
these to make up what Is termed
the real "people" they certainly come
In contace with other races more so
than any other class of Negroes and
among' whom are found, some of tho
best examples of manhood. These
people know better than anybody how
the door of opportunity Is Hrgely
cloced and they know best how to
partly open that door, too. They
know that Intelligence has won for
them places which nothing else could
have done. There was a time when
the Negro was considered as a mere
clown and an object of amusement.
but tho "yessa, boss" person Is he'
coming obsolete, employers perferrlng
service rather than entertainment
Then Intelligence and politeness are
the prime factors which will move
any amount of intelligence, In our
business relations with others. We
find that courtesy is not altogether
withheld from us and that it Is largely
dependent upon our own sense of
what Is good and true In attempting
to break down the barriers of a falsely
drawn line which cannot remain be
fore Truth and Justice.
There Is a reason why tho larger
per cent of Cabinet Stationary used
by Kansas City's "400" is turned
from tho Arthur W. Harris Printing
Establishment. First their work
manship in this class of service is
unexcelled by any of the larger and
best equipped printing establish
ments in this city, since they all but
make a specialty of this class of
work. Second, while their prices are
not always tho lowest, they are al
ways the fairest. They have "de
livered" with accuracy and despatch
to over 90 per cent of the classy
weddlng3 and receptions during the
past year and now when a function
of class Is announced Its a ten-to-one
shot that Harris will handle the
Y. M. C. A. NOTES
Sunday, February 22, the regular
Men's Meeting will be addressed by
Mr. H. C. Mesley, a layman of the
First Baptist Church of Kansas City,
Kas. Special music by the Imperial
Instrumental Quartet. A short report
of the state convention will be made
by the delegates.
The meeting last Sunday nna ttf
dressed bv the Rev. G. L. Princi, of
tho Metropolitan Baptist Church of
Kansas City, Kas., and the men who
heard him unte in their praise of his
manly way of handling the teachings
of faith In whatever one attempts to
do. We are proud of such men as
Rev. Prince and expect to have him
with us again.
Do you want stock in the Kaw Val
ley Truck Gardening Co., Incorporated
and bonded? Call E. A. Robinson,
president. Bell, East 754.
Don't criticise the police for looking
long-faced and downhearted this week.
They are worried over the dynamiting
outrages against Negroes living in the
In living up to the strict temperance
principles of Oklahoma, Senator Gore
properly refuses to bo "Bottled In
Bond" although the goods had been
xiged in wood.
VILLA IS NOT GOLDSBY.
We are in possession of definite in
formation that proves beyond a doubt
that General Francisco Villa Is not
Goldsby, the Negro sergeant of 10th
Cavalry. The proof Is that when Villa
was closely and thoroughly examined
and all his personal effects scrutinized
It was found that his shoes bore the
stamp of a shoe firm in Mexico City,
Mex., while it Is a fact that "G. A.
Page," who owns and operates an
up-to-date shoe store at 1507 East
ISth, sold Sergeant Goldsby his last
pair of fighting shoes. Adv.
The big May Music Festival In the
public schools has been declared off
by the superintendent. This leaves
us with nothing but tho choir soloist
andthe robin for spring cheer.
Kansas City Is conspicuous for Its
marvelous growth, Us surpassing
trade advantages, Its unrivaled park
system, its enviable banking facilities
and its increasing race prejudice.
This ought to Insuro a reserve bank.
The best way to kill undeserved
ucandal or gossip Is to Ignore It. Chase
H und, like the yelping hound, It will
run and attract everyone within hear
ing. Let it alone and It will die of Its
own weight, leaving a bitter tasto on
the lips of Its originator.
A young man handed a shop girl a
get-acquainted note. That was very
Indiscreet. A welfare worker trapped
the young man by means of a fake
telephone call. That was very unfair.
A judge fined the young man five
"hundred dollars. That was very high.
-Moral: "Let 'em alono."
The state conference of the V. M
C. A., held at Sedalla, February 13-1C,
was the third convention held In that
city since the organization o" state
work thirty-six years ago. At, that
time the budget of the state commis
sion was $93.40, for he yea' 11US It
was $10,000.70. There were 230 dele
gates in attendance. Of the seven
colored, two were from Geo, It.,ir.lth
College, two from St. Louis and three
from Kansas City.
Y. W. &JL NOTES
"I am come that they might have
life an dthat they might have It more
abundantly." John 10-10. National
Motto Y. W. C. A.
"I am come that they might have
life; and that they might have It
more aboundantly. John 10:10. Na
tional Y. W. C. A. Motto.
Prof. J. Silas Harris, president of
the Negro Educational Congress, Is
disposed to take a gloomy view of
recent proposed legislation aimed at
tha liquor traffic. He thinks that
tho enactment of such laws would
istrlko at the very root of human lib-
erty and that they should not have columns,
r.he support of tho Negrcr.
That JUBt as a couple were being
married recently a large plate glas3
mirror fell to the floor and was shiv
ered to a thousand pieces. What does
By Charles A. Stark.
Every person of color is compelled
.to notice some Instance of race hate,
prejudice or BO-called Intojerence
every day of his life. This Is es
pecially true of tho down-town worker,
whoao active and widespread activity
carries htm. Into the different marts,
liuslness district; then, too, on 'the
cars; In tho homes of the other race
anil every concelvablo place where
activity Is or has any bearing with
-Urn life of a great bustling city.
Perhaps the colored porter Is more
often reminded that there Is n "dlf
Terence" between him nd his fairer
brother who works along beside him
for the'rfame employer, often at the
amo scale ot wagos, hut with this
difference the colored brother's sta-
That there are a bunch of lovy,
measly knockers who never take the
Sun, yet aro always trying to get a
puff for themselves Inserted In Its
A big musical entertainment is to
be given by the Y. W. C. A. under
the auspices of Its social committee.
Mrs. J. H. Claybourne, chairman, In
the Summer High School Auditorium
on Washington Blvd. and Ninth
Street on Wednesday evening, Feb
ruary 25th. Prominent men and wo
men are to take part In the program.
The public is invited, No admission
fee will be charged but an opportu
nity will be given fo ra silver offer
ing. All members of this branch of
tho Young Women's Christian Asso
ciation are urged to bo present at
our first annual meeting on Monday,
March 2, 1914, at 8 o'clock. The meet
ing will be held downstairs In the
large restaurant In the Y. W. C. A.
building, 1101 North 5th street or at
the corner ot Fifth and State. We
want to have a real jubilee In cele
bration of the c lose of our first year
because we have done well. The
fact that we are to close without n
deficit is grattfying to say the least.
Come let us sing together. "The
Lord hath done great things for us
whereof we are glad." Some of our
members have not, given aid In full,
If you will come to this office "any
day after 9 a. m. or send your check
made payable to the Yates Branch of
the Y, W. C. A., 5th and State Avenue,
Kansas City, we shall be glad to list
you with the financial members. We
would like to close the year with 330
paid In full members.
LYDIA C. SMITH;
That Dr. Theo. Smith Is prepar
ing to entertain the social sets' of the
two Kansas Cities with a Musical and
dance at an early date.
That "one should avoid that .stage
In life where he thinks It makes no
different what he Is, but how he acts;
for then ho Is lost."
That the man .who attends strict
ly to his own business never has to
explain how he got that black eye.
That some aro always ready to
criticise others for what the are un
able to do themselves.
-That If you haven!t any trouble,
It Is easy to-start some,
-j-Tha,t the wages ot fcln In death.
JOHN A. M. E. CHURCH, 1747
BELLVIEW AVENUE. .
Sunday services at 9:30 a. m. Sun
day School at 10; 40. The pastor will
preach "Strange Things Happen To
day," At 7:45 p. m, ho will preach
"What Think Ye of Christ?" ' On
Friday night there will be a grand
musical and literary concert given
by tho publto schools of Kansas City,
Mo., and Kanbas City, Kans. Every
body como and help the members ot
Aro you Discouraged, Discontented or
Are you Poor, Poverty-stricken or Painful?
Aro you Sick, Sad or Sinful?
If so, write now and letrn the SECRETS 01'
PEACE, POWER, AND PLENTY.
GEO. W. SPEARS
P. O. Box 2t INDEPENDENCE, MO.
Negro Business League of Kansas City.' .
. FORTUNE J. WEAVER, President
A. E. ESTE8, Secretary.
Members wilt pleaso report any mistake or'chanffo of address tq H
A. Iloblnson, Financial Sccrotary and Fiscal Agent. Dell Phono East 751
Wm. D. Foster Auto Co., 14H3 Forest, hlro 'and repair; office Bell
Grnnd 1630W; res. phono Bell East 4417W.
Henry Compton, homo bakery, 1512 East 18th.. -Susie
Owens, 2329 Vine.
George Purnell,0 1312 Vine; East 4915W Bell.
BARBERS. - 1 ' . ' 44
Wm. Lewis, Atlanta Pool Hall, Barber Shop and Bath, 1009-11 E. 18th
St. Bell Phone. East 721. ,
William Dabbs.'-iaiS Baltimore; Grand 3125 Bell.
J. A. Jones, 1514 E. 18th St.! Home Phone Main 5119.
Palace Barber Shop, J. C. Hobbs, Prop., 1518 B. 19th St. Bell phone,
Wm. Stltts, Criterion Barber Shop and Pool J.!all, 1717 East 18th St.
Jas. Hopkins, 2325 Vine St,
CAFES AND RESTAURANTS.
Henry Compton, 1512 E. 18th St. Bell phone, East 618.
Mrs. King, Eighteenth and Paseo.
Maggie Seamster, 1507. East Twelfth.
Harmless Wynn, barbecued meats, 2315 Vine.
Mrs. H. W. Dotson, 1705 E. Twelfth St. Phone, Bell 2214
Madutne U. F. Scales, Northeast Cor. 5th and State, Kansas City, Kans.
Bishop's Cafe, H. Bishop, Prop., 911 McGee St Bell phone, Main 751.
CLEANERS, DYERS AND TAILORS.
O. K. Cleaners and Dyers, guaranteed not to shrink any garment we
dye, 1113 East 18th; Bell Grand 2437.
K. Bennett, 1515 East Eighteenth; East 44C Bell.
J, F. Basil, 1509 Main; Main 0449 Home.
John Holmes, 1903 Vine.
AVortham Bros.. 1222 E. 19th St. Bell Phone, Grand 3933-W.
Laden Bros., Tailors, Designers and Cutters, 2427 Vino Street. Bell
Phone, East 569-W.
G. W. Golden Steam Dye Works, 1605 East 18tU; Bell East 539.
D. AV. AVest, 1718 Euclid. Phones,kBell East 3555; Home, Main 1109.
Henry Parks. 1509 East Eighteenth; Main 4905 Home, East 45 Bell
E. N. Cohron, State Baptist Missionary, 708 North 24th St., St. Joseph,
Mo. Phone 2137.
J. U. Ransom, Pastor A. M. E. Church, Sth and Nebraska, Kansas City,
Kans. Bell Phone, West 2904.
S. W. Bacotc, Pastor Second Baptist Church, Kansas City, Mo. Bell
Phone, East 3522.
G. T. Mosbyt Pastor Greenwood Baptist Church, 18th and Terrace,
Kansas CUy, Mo.
W. II. Thomas, Pastor Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church. Bell, Main 3CC0.
J. W. Hurse, Pastor Saint Stephens Baptist Church. Bell, East 4090.
G. AV. Boyd, Pastor Highland Avenue Baptist Church.
W. A. Bowren, Pastor First Baptist Church. Bell Phono, West 3510.
COAL. FEED, ICE AND KINDLING.
James Alexander, 574 Tracy Ave. Both Phones, Main 7488.
J. H. Hall, 120gVlne.
Herman KInsIeG?2Q12 Harrison; Grand 2760W Bell.
E. A. Salisbury," 220G Vino; East S79 Bell.
W. H. Winters, 1915 Highland,
II. Williams, 1815 East Seventeenth.
Hopkins Bros.,'2323 Vine. '
W. H. Lamb'fJgiie.&'Sons, Coal, Ice and Feed. Bell .phono, AV. 1923.
1C20 North" 3d street, Kansas City. Kas. ,(
Wm. T. Garner, contractor and builder, 1728 Woodland; Bell E. 4741W. "
A. E. Estes, 2100 Wnldron. Bell, East 4394-Y.
Leon H. Jordan" 712 East 12th St. Bell Grand 2873.
VV. R. Nelson, 1322 Pacific Street'
C. S. Page, 15i4 East Eighteenth; Main 5119 Home.
Lee London, 407 West 5th.
S't -h"- DENTISTS. - - ' -
T. C. Chapman,.,1503 East Eighteenth; East 798 Bell.
A. If. Hudson, 2330 Vine; East 2330 Bell.
BlcCJueen 'Carrion, 18th and Paseo. Bell Phone, E. 144. Home
Phone, Main 3490.
H, D. "Voorliles, 500 Minnesota Ave., Kansas City, Kans. Bell Phone,
Mrs. Blanche Page, Dressmaker, 2413 Vine St., Bell Phone, East 3192.
Miss Georgia Coleman 1510 E. 18th street.
Birdie Jackson, 1913 East Nineteenth.
Peoples Drug Store, M. H. Lambright, Mgr. Bell Phone, East 1814.
Home Phone, Main 43S2.
McCampbell & Houston, 2300 Vine street, and N. AV. Cor. Howard and
E. S. Lee Pallaco Drug Store, 19th and Vine. Both phones.
Ideal Pharmacy, 1532 E. 12th Street. Bell phono, East 26; Home
phone, Main 1532.
DRY GOODS, GENT'S FURNISHINGS, NOTIONS.
Airs. Josephine Abernathy, Ladles Furnishings and 'Notlont., 2413
Vine street.. Bell phone East 3192.
Ell Harris, 2333 Vine St.
Taylor Homes & Laden Bros. & Co., gents' furnishings and notions,
1 EMPLOYMENT AGENTS.
Afro-Amertcan Employment & Inv. Co., 911 McGee. Both phones.
EXPRESS AND BAGGAGE.
E. A. Robinson, 2413 Montgall Ave. Bell, East 754.
Weaver Floral Co., 1510 East 18th St Main 7555 Home; E. 4798 Bell
L. M. Furniture & Repair Co., Lewis Townsend, 1720 Lydla Ave.
Bell phone, Grand 1772,
Wilson & Gray, '1504 North 3rd St., Kansas City, Kans.
G. E. Arn.ett, 2200 East Twenty-IHth.
It, Mason, 1905 Vine.
J. L. Matson, 19th and Grove. Bell Grand 1417-X.
M, It. Wilson, 2044 Woodland.
Geo. M. King, 1208 North 9th St., Kansas City, Kan, Bell -Phone,
AVest 3597. x . )
J. H. Claybourne, 10th and AVashlngton Blvd. Bell phone, AVest 2682.
E. Johnson & Son',' 852 Freeman Ave., Kansas City, Kan.
. ttrtHAIR AND SCALP CUUTURIST.
Madame Grant .Jones, 5th and State Ave., Kansas City, Kans. Res.
Phone, Bell, AVest 3715-J.
J. H. Simmons, 915'Oak; Main -4072 Bell.
Hotel Woods, 721 Charlotte. Lewis Woods, Prop. Bell Main 2078.
E. A. Robinson, 2413 Montgall; East 754 Bell.
T. A. Ross, 1507 East Eighteenth; West 14DG Bell.'
H. D. Simmons, .1832 Vine. Phone East887. .
G. F. Porter, 1607 East Eighteenth; East 4955 Bell."
J. W. Golden, 1612 Lydla. Grand 3631.
Charlos q, Bustr, J508 East ISth Street. Bell; East ,4935.
' INVENTOR. V' - .
W., J. Dixon, 2828 Cleveland Avenue.
J. A Wilson, 1616 .W. Sth St Bell Main 6453-Y. ' ;
HAJR DRE8SING AND MILLINERY.
Madame N. P. Jones, Beauty Culture,, Hair Goods, etc., 2110 Vine
street . ,
Mattle P. Garner, electric straightenelng, comb and hair goods; Bell
LIUIo Johnson, 1508 East 18th; Bell East 1795.
Chapman & Caldwell, 18t hand Paseo. Phone East 798.
Eva P. "Washington, milliner and hair dresser, 849 Freeman. Bell
phone, 230C West
Mrs. Stella Hubbard, 1510 E. 18th St Bell Phono East 1007.
Judge I, V. Bradley, -721 Minnesota Ave., Kansas City, Kan. Rooms
5 and fi. Bell Phone. West 2335, ' ,, . ,., - . 1 .
yilllam B. .Bruco, Attorn ey-at-Lnw and Counsellor, Phone, Home
Main .5.47,8; Olllce, 117 West Sixth Street.
Chas. II. Callaway, 117 W. 6th. Home Main 8,
AV, C. Hueston, 117. AV. Gtlu Home 'Main 68, C
L. A. Knox, 117 Wt CthSt Home Main 5478.
John Hill, 1513 AVoodland. Bell Phone, East 1254.
Amus Barnett, 1230 Forest; Main 6018 Homo.
It O. Roland, 2423 Grove.
S. J. Hlghtowor, 2430 Highland. - .
Solomon' Smith, 2643! Highland. . ,
Georgo Teeters, Southwest National Bank, of' Commerce.
John Thomas, 425 Wavorly Way; South 6087W Bell.
II, T. Kcallng, AVostern University; SVost 4480 Boll. ' i . ,
Edward D. Craig, sausago manufacturer, 5328 Kansas.'
Henry P. Ewiug, scientific farmer, 1105 Woodland. . v .
AVm. Sprnngles, milk, and butter, 63rd and Montgall; Lin. 760 Homo.
D. AV. AVhlto, "White's Furniture Exchange." Bell West 483, 423
Minnesota avenuo Kansas City, Kas.
Mr. T. G. McCampbell,, Custodian Western University iGrounds,
Phone, AVest 1454,
Samuel S. R. S. Stewart, 1714 .South 4th Street, East, Salt Lake' Cltyi
Arthur A. Anderson, 543 State St., Kansas City, Kans.
N. C. Crows, Kansas City Sun, 18th and Woodland; East 999 Bell.
Rev. J. Frank McDonald, AVestern Christian Recorder, 2517 Grovc'St
Bell phono; East 488. ' ,
PAINTERS AND PAPERH ANGERS. " ,;" - v.
T. H. Bailey, 911 McGee St. Bell phone, Main 761. ' 'iV
C, A. Murray Kane, Southeast corner 18th and Paseo. Bell, East 5069.
Home, Main 5807. Residence Phone, Bell East 693.
Henry AV. Dlllard, Graduate Ph.D , 1512 North Sth St., Kansas City,
M. H. Lambright, 1508 East 18th; Bell East 144; Home Main 3490. '
Thos. A. Fletcher, Home West 171; Residence, Homo East 2856.
M. L. Fllnn, pharmacist, 1301 East 18th.
L. E. Bailer, N. AV. Cor. 12th and Vine. Bell East 232,
Howard M. Smith, 1509 East 18th St Bell East 495.
AVm. J. Thompk)ns,xl509 E. 18th St. Bell East 495.
L. J. Holly, 1117 Campbell. Bejl phone, 783 Grand.
E. J. McCampboll, 2302 Vine street. Bell phone, 601 East
M. O. Brooklns, Northwest Corner 24th and Vine Sts. Bell phone.
J. Edgar Dibble. 19th and Vine. Bell East 887.
J, E. Perry, 1512 E 18th St Bell East 3151. Home East 4620.
Jas. F. Shannon, N. E. Cor. 18th and Paseo. Bell East 670.
T. C. Unthank, 1112 Independence avenuo. Both phones, Main 7488.
AV, AV. Montgomery, 400 Minnesota Ave., Kansas City, Kans. Phonos:
Bell, AVest 2302; Home, West 478.
J. Franklin AVllson, 1317 North 10th St., Kansas City, Kans. Bell
Phono, AVest 2249. Res., Bell AVest 3734-H.
Thos. A. Jones, Southeast Cor. 18th ana Paseo. Phones: Home, Main
5807;, Bell, East 6009.
S. M Steele, 29 Sloan Avenue, Qulndaro, Kans.
Fred T. Drew, 2002 Bales avenue. Bell phone, East 5277-W.
Charles Williams 1015 Oak; Main 3154 Bell .
PIANO SALESMAN. '
J. H. Malone, Talking Machines, Etc. Bell, East 4573-AV.
C. A. Franklin, 1409 Main; Grand 2988 Bell.
John H. Falrley, Square Deal Printing Co., 1731 Lydla. Bell phone
. REAL ESTATE.
William Hopkins Afro-American Investment Co.
J. Dallas Bowser, 2400 Paseo. Bell Phono 3795 W Grand.
F. J. AVeaver, President Afro-American Inv. Co., 911 McGee St Bell
The Ward & Samllngton Investment Co., Bell Phone East 4294Y.
Vf. M. Johnston, rental agentr Alain 7555 Home; Alain 751 Bell,
W. G. Mosely, Ivanhoe Investment Co., 2220 Woodland avenue.
E. E. Vaughan, 26th and Parkway, Kansas City, Kan. Bell, AVest 1757.
Patterson & Gayden, 527 State Ave., Kansas City, Kan. Bell phone.
West 215; Home phone, AVest 503.
PROBATION OFFICER. . .
Edward Ross, 1419 E. 18th St. Bell Grand 885.
REGALIAS, BADGES, ETC.
Aloses Dixon, 1217 Woodland; East 3797 Bell."
SHOE SHINING PARLOR.
Aloses Fields, C14 Alain.
Temple Shoe Store, G. A. Page, Prop., 1507 E. 18th St. -STOCKMEN.
Thos. Bass, Dealer In High Class Stock, Alexico, Alo.
R. T. Coles, Principal Garrison School, 2327 LyBIa; Grand -1851 Bell.
W. T. AVhite, manual training, 1U12 Lydla; Grand 3631 Bell.
G. A. Page, 2419 Flora. Bell E.. 501. Principal Attucka School.-
T. W. H. Williams, 1323 Jackson. Bell E. 3259-Y. PffficIfaPBruc'e
Chas. A. AVestmoreland, 2325 Lydla. Bell Grand 1320-W. Lincoln High
1. 1 . school.
Prof, D. G. AVatson, 1900 East Twer'y-fourth. j '
Homer Roberts, "Dixie Theatre," 2411 Vina St.
TRANSFER. ' ,
Lewis Townsend, 1720 Lydla Avo. Bell, Grand 1772.
Geo'. Jones, 1008 AIcGee. Home Phone, 5188 Alain.
W. Lee Whlbby, 18th and Forest Home phono At. 4023.
It W. Elmore, 1607 Harrison street.
C. H. Countee, 2220 Vino St Bell East 3336.
Watklns Bros. & Co., 1729 Lydla. Telephone Grand 987.
People's Undertaking Co., 1211 East 18th; Phones, Bell Grand 1565;
Home 8163 Alain. Edward Jones, Mgr.
Jno. AV. Jones, 440 State Ave., Kansas City, Kans. Both Phones,
AVest 253. v
X Calling Cards, Business Cards, Church, Society, Bool: and
Stationery Printing of all kinds.
JNO. R. FAIRLEY, Mgr.
c Deal Printing
; The Printing House for the two Kansas Cltys. Our Facilities j
for doing first class work unexcelled
Home 2783 Main
1731 Lydia Ave. (Hod Carriers' Hall,)
HAVE YOU SEEN IT?
McCampbell (St Housions
The Finest in the City
Everything Fresh and New.
Druggists' Sundries, Cigars and Tobacco
Perfumes, Soda Water
Prescriptions a Specialty
Phones Bell 763 East; Home 5806 Main
W, W. Cor, Howard and Mine St
Departmonts-Theological, Collegiate, College Prepara
tory, Scientific, Normal, Sub-Normal, Musical, Commercial
Advantages--TrainedTeachers, Thorough Discipline, Good
Buildings and Christian Influences
Ifpr further information, 'write to the President Campbell
College, Jackson, Miss.
Bishop J. M. CONNOR, D. D., PIi. D. LL.B., Chancellor.
WILLIAM T. YEl'uW, A. M., D. D LL D President.