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Jlr. Wm, Jamison Is reported quite
Mr. Harry W. Dean of 1009 Euclid
avenue, who has "been seriously III, is
Mrs. Jas. H, Crews .of 2020 B 19th
street, lms been seriously Indisposed
throughout the week.
,Mrs. P. Harden ot 215 E. 5Eth Ter
race, was a pleasant caller and a sub
scriber of the Sun.
Why have kinky hair when "Presto"
will make the necessary improve
ments? See ad in this paper.
Mrs. Mattle Willis of Westcn, Mo.,
Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. H.
Itoblnson, 2488 Waldron avenue.
Mrs. S. L. Hammett, 2032 Harr, who
has been qulto ill for the past two
weeks, is reported much Improved.
iMrs. N. A. Wllburn, 1508 E. 18th
street, left Tuesday for her home at
Fulton, Mo., to visit relatives and
Ndtlce The Lincoln Theatre at
12th and Vine Streets is an up-to-date
picture show house and deserves
Gladys Johnson of Memphis,
returned home after a five
visit with her sister, Mrs.
iMlsa Cozetta Klngsberry, of 1007
Tracy avenue, has been ill for the
past two weeks or more? being absent
from her school during that period.
Do you want stock In the Kaw Val
ley Truck Gardening Co., Incorporated
and bonded? Call E. A. Robinson
president Bell, East 754
Prof. Shelton French and Mrs
Thos Lucas will address the League
Sunday. The League will hold a
meeting at Rev. Daniel's Church, 2311
Mrs. Charity Glenn of 1800 East
Fourteenth street, was found dead In
her home last Wednesday afternoon.
- Her death was quite a shock to her
Ladles and Gents' Shoe shining at
the Colored Shoe Store.
150714 E 18th St.
Ladles Especially Invited.
Mrs. Bessie Storey, daughter of Mrs.
Mattlo Harden 1721 Highland, has
beea sjck for the past three weeks
buti$'mprovlhg'''"inecly under the
caro'of Dr. B. B. Ramsey.
Mr. Eugene A. Woods of Excelsior
Springs returned home after a month's
visit with relatives and friends. While
here ho was the guest of Mrs. Kelton
and sister, Miss McAfee.
Poro hair dressing, hair weav
ing and facial massaging. Scalp
treatment a specialty. Mrs. E.
Norles, 1737 Passo, upstairs.
Mrs. Ella Neff, 1714 East' Eight
eenth Btreet, returned Tuesday from
Marshall, Mo., where she was called
to attend the funeral of her sls'.er-.'n-law,
Mrs. Maria Henderson.
Cheap rent and light expenses en
able me to give you the same shoe you
get downtown at 10, 15 and 20 per
cent reduction. G. A. Page, 1507 East
Mrs." Helen Green of Leavenworth,
Kan., the guest of her aunt, Mrs.
Carrie Balthorp, and who has been 111
for the past six weeks under the care
of Dr. Bradbury, is convalescing and
will return homo soon.
Mr. Colored Man: Are you looking
around to buy a home? If so call
Main 751, Bell Phone. Ask for Wm.
Hopkins. Why Worry? Why tire
yourself out when I can take you di
rect to what you want?
Mrs. Missouri Moseley of Muskogee,
Okla., pand a short visit to Mr. and
Mrs. Daniel Lucas, 1831 Paseo this
week. She is. now visiting her son
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Penne E.
MoBeley of 2020 Woodland Avenuti.
The .only Colored shoe store west
of the Mississippi River Is anxious
to fit you out In a pair of shoes In
the next thirty days. Try that place
once and ease both your feet and con
science. Little Miss Edith Greenlee ot 2302
Highland Avenue gave a birthday
party February 14. Thirty-two little
trlondd gretted her with many pres
ents. All had a Jolly time. Refresh'
ments of Ico cream, cako and candy
were served. They parted with a
sweet good .byo.
Thn trustee helners. with Mrs.
Jennie Whltworth, president, and Mrs,
Lucy Benford, secretary, entertained
last Friday evening at tho residence
ot Mrs. Sadie Johnson, 1008 Char
lotte, in honor of the Trusteos. A
large crowd was present and a pleas
ant ovenlng spent.
THERE ARE A NUMBER OF PEO
PLE AT TOPEKA, KANSAS, AND
GREENFIELD, MO., WHO WILL
FAIL TO RECEIVE THE PAPER
THIS WEEK. WHY? "THEY WILL
NOT PlAY US NOR ANSW.ER.OU.B
LETTERS."' THERE AREi OTHER
TOWNS TO FOLLOW.
WANTED Several honest Indus
trious people to distribute Negro lit
erature; salary $60 per month. Prof.
Nichols Box 135, Napervllle, III.
Mr J. D. Heed, 1226 Vino Street,
who has been sorlously III at the
Provident Hospital, Is convalescing.
Mr. Reed especially wishes to thank
the members of Jno. Lange Lodge No,
60, K. of .P., the members ot the Dlue
Goose Cafe and the many other
friends for their kindness during his
Mrs. Geo. Howard, the Poro Hair
Grower, Scalp Treatment a special
ty. Brald3 made from combings.
For further Information call at her
residence. Hours from 8 a. m. to 6
p.. m. 567 Harrison street. This
treatment Is guaranteed to grow hair,
regardless of the condition of one's
nlp. Give It a trial:
Alexander Lee of 2010 Bales ave
nue, graduate pharmacist, has re
cently received his state license as
a registered pharmacist in the State"
of Missouri by a reciprocity with Ten
nessee and is now located with the
Unthank drug store at Independence
and Harrison streets, where he will
be pleased to meet his many friends
The Progressive Church, 29th anr
Summit, Rev. H. E. Strickland pastiT
had four additions lost Sunday. Re
vival services began Monday night,
conducted by the pastor, assisted by
Rev. Llghtsey and Rev. D. White.
There were two candidates on Monday
night. The ' meetings will continue
throughout the week.
A. M. JACKSON, Reporter.
Miss Ada McAfee entertained a few
Mends February 11 at her home, 2110
Highland Avenue. Miss McAfee was
assisted by Miss Nannie Isaacs and
Mrs. Hattle Bradshaw. The guests
present were: Mr. and Mrs. Saunders,
Mr. and Mrs. Van Golden, Miss Jen
nie Alien ot Richmond, Mo.; Mr. Jas.
McDonald, Excelsior Springs, Mo.;
Miss Elsie. Spence, Miss Roehena
Isaacs, Mr. R. M. Miles, Mr. and Mrs.
Oliver Kelton, Mr. L. J. Berry, Prizes
were awarded to Mr. and Mrs. Saun
ders, Mr. and "Mrs. Bradshaw and
Airs. OiKolton. Tie guests departed
with many praIses,to the hostess.
The Sun was tho recipient of an'
unexpected but welcome and generous
donation from the A. M. E. Ministerial
Alliance as a token of their appreci
ation for the excellent work of the
paper for "the go-to-church-Sunday"
and tho publication without cost ot
the various churches and their lo
cations In the twfri cities. ' Tho editor
desires to assure the Alliance through
iDr. Williams that their donation was
deeply appreciated and the columns
of tho paper are always open for every
church, every denomination and every
-movement for racial uplift and ad
vancement. Bishop H. B. Parks, presiding bishop
ot the Fifth Episcopal District, con
vened tho Presiding Elders of his dis
trict and the Trustee Board of West
tern University last Wednesday to
formally accept the new Ward Hall,
which has Just been completed. The
Bishop reports tho church progress
ing along all lines throughout the dis
trict, and is especially proud of the
work being dono in greater Kansas
City. Among the Presiding Elders
present were Rev. J. D. Barksdale
and J. F. Sage of the Missouri Con
ference; Revs. Owens, King and
Price of the Kansas Conference;
Crews, Bryant and Beal of the North
Missouri Conference; A. M. Ward of
the Colorado Conference, and W. H.
Peck of the Southwest Missouri Con
ference. A beautiful and elaborate dinner
wns served to tno Driaai pany oi
.Miss Claudia E. Elklns and Rev. T.
H. Wiseman at the handsomely ap
pointed Delmonlco' Cafe on 18th
treet. Preceding the dinner, the
guests wore entertained with a so
cial and musical program in the luxu
rious apartments of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Compton at 1510 East 18th
Street. After which they descended
to the Cafe and sat down to the din
ner at u:zo p. m. una lauie wus
lavishly and artistically decorated
with cut flowers and beautiful cut
glass, while- the brilliant electric
lights shed luster over ine nanasome
assemblage. Every delicacy ot tne
season was served In that Inimitable
style that has made tho Delmnlco
famous. -And It was an occasion long
to be remembered. The bridal party
consisted of Mrs. I. F. Bradley and
Miss Ruth Bradley, Miss Bessie .Ja
cobs and Dr, Bruce, Miss Frances
Keallng and Mrs. A. E. Jenkins, Miss
Claudia E. Jenkins and Rov. T, H.
Wiseman. Amonc the other guests
were Mr. arid Mrs. BenJ.'McCdrmlck,
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sprarigles, Miss
Marlon Compton, and the host and
hostess, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Compton.
Although a bad day, "Claudia's"
handkerchief shower was quite a suc-
cess on Saturday afternoon, Febru.
ary 14, when Miss Effle Grant, Mar
guerite Jackson and Katherlno Davis
were hostesses Jto a number of
friends at the homo ot Mrs. H. T.
Keallng. The hondkerchlefs received
by Miss Jenkins were showored over
her from an umbrella are more than
beautiful and to say ihat Miss Jenk
ins appreciates ine same is saying mo
least. After, a,,5 delicious two-course
luncheon was . served, everybody left
having a ''grand time at Qulndaro.
Fnh THd to WWcK H rWradlift
The cultivation ot horseradish U
thriving Industry, a writer In the Coun
try Gentleman says, and ho describes
a three-acre fafm devoted to this In-
duatry which keeps two-men busy, one
ot them making good money out of his
minature farm. Ono advantage of this
crop is thus described: "The horse
radish farmer can well He back and
rest In easy security, for he has a crop
that only insects with suicidal motives
Help the Tuberculous.
In Switzerland, at Saranac Lake, N.
Y., and other health resorts, on bright,
crisp winter days, sufferers from tu
berculosis are urged to go snowshoe
ing In tho brilliant sunlight across the
blinding snow. They are made to
wear colored lenses to protect their
eyes from the powerful ultra-violet
rays which aro shot down from the
sun and reflected back from the whlto
Very Hard Ships.
The class ti history was wrestling'
with the terrible experiences ot tho
continental nrmy at Valley Forge
when tho teacher asked one to de
scribe the hardships of the patriot ar
my. A small girl finally volunteered
an answer, brief and comprehensive.
"The hardships at Valley Forge were
very hard ships; they were the hard
est ships in all the world."
While charcoal should be invariably
used In melting brass and bronze,
states the Brass World, It is not only
useless in melting aluminum, but dan
gerous. Aluminum Is so light that the
charcoal Is apt to become intermin
gled with it, and the castings made
from it will have small specks and
pieces in them.
Just to bo good, to keep life purfl
from degrading elements, to make It
constantly helpful in little ways to
those who are touched by It; to keep
one's spirit always sweet, and to
avoid all manner of petty anger and Ir
ritability that Is an Idea as noble as
It Is difficult.
Says Electricity Aids Digestion.
Professor Bergonio of Bordeaux and
Professor Arsonval of Paris announce
that currents of electricity of three
amperes and from 1,000 to 1,500 volts
passed through the body ot a man
enable him to digest 70 per cent, of
the food which ordinarily passes away
Easy to Tint Candles.
Candles can be- tinted in any color,
or painted in any design by using
fuchsin, methyl violet or any others
of this class of colors, dissolved In
wood alcohol. They may be dipped
Into a bath of the dye', or this may be
applied with a paint brush.
. Oh, Quit It!
The tea drinking of Great Britain
amounts to about 3,000 cups per Indi
vidual for a year, according to statis
tics, which probably accounts for the
tannin' her athletes get whenever
they enter Into competition with us.
"Bllggins Is a terrible man to hunt
trouble." "What is worrying him
now?" "He is worrying about tho in
come tax he will have to pay If he ever
gets an income big enough to be tax
ed.." Springfield (Mass.) Republican.
Science Scorns Poultices.
Poultices must go the way of . tho
fairies. Soothing and comforting as
they were before the days of antisep
tics, modern science will have none
of them. Dr. Woods Hutchinson.
Explorers have found In tho ruins
of Ninevah a kind of magnifying glass
which would seem to prove that the
Egyptians and Assyrians observed the
Btars through a primitive telescope.
"Yea," said the boss plumber, as ho
cranked up; "a buzz wagon is sure ex
pensive, but think how many more
times a. day I can go back for my
What He Would Do;
"What would you do if you had a
million dollars?" "I'd quit associat
ing with people who ask such foolish
questions." Detroit Free Press,
Epitaph of Truth.
Fogg says that the oddest epitaph be
ever saw was that over the grave ot a
man -who was notoriously lazy. It
ran: "Asleep (as usual)."
"The trouble with the pace that
kills," says the Philosopher of Folly,
"Is' that it doesn't kill enough of
All the Difference.
Men who save their money become
men ot mark. Men who do not save
their money become marked men.
Wealth may bo a curse, et a lot of
nso are ready to take our punishment
Curious to Know.
Motorist ''Lift this car off me, will
you?" Farmer "Sure I But how did
foueyer crawl under ltr '
Three-chair barber outfit; three
handsome hydraulic chairs, mirrors,
hat racks, boot black stand, six-foot
cigar and wall case, cuspidors and hot
water tank, Good condition.
Three pool tables, two gas arc
lights, cue.-racks, roller top desk, two
barber chairs, mirrors, wash bowl,
cuspidors, stove, cigar and wall case,
two celling fans and chairs.
Six elegantly furnished rooms
best location In town; cheap rent;
$140.00; strictly modern.
Five elegantly furnished rooms,
practically new with or without
piano piano new, cost $250. Best lo
cation In town on -.street car line.
Bath hot and cold yfater free. With
piano, $310J without piano, $185.
House rent cheap.
Ten rooms elegantly furnished;
modern. House rent cheap; good, lo
cation, $300.- Piano new. Doing good
business. Free, water, hot and, cold;
bath. With piano, $450; without
Ten modern houses In north end
for rent to colored people from $8 to
$25; from four to twenty rooms.
FRED L. DOUGLASS.
Bell Phone East, 2377-W.
1607 East Eighteenth St., 2nd Floor.
THE COLORED SHOE STORE.
The followlnc Is tho standing of the
various churches In tne purchase of
shoes at the Colored Shoe Store, 1507
East 18th street:
St. "Augustine Church, $5.00
Second Baptist Church 4.73
Allen ChapQl v S.OO
Vine Street Baptist Church 4.50
Ebenezeer A. M. E. Church 3.25
Morning Star Baptist Church... 3.50
Centennial M. E. Church 5.75
St. Stephen's Baptist .Church. .. . 3.75
Pleasant Green Church '0.25
Greenwood Baptist Church 2.50
ZIon A. M. E. Church ' h 3.00
ONLY 2 WEEKS LEFT
Please mention the name of your
church when making purchases and
remember the place.
1507 EAST 18th ST.
The above cut Is the likeness of
Negro florist who decorated tho Blue Goose Cafe for their opening last Mon
day night. It Is said by many who had an opportunity to see the decorations
that the blending of the color scheme
and the decorations, as a whole, were
highest approval of the guests and management.
Mrs. Wever also furnished tho cut ilower decorations for the main floor
of Convention Hall at las(. year's Automobile Show and she Is taking a very
Important part In the decorations this week.
Mrs. Weaver is demonstrating that
other lines, that service, quality and price are the things that count In busi
ness regardless ot color.
Earth's Coldest Spot.
The lowest temperature ever re
corded on the earth was taken at
Werchojansk, in the interior of Si
beria, January 15, 1885. It was 00 de
grees and a fraction below zero.
Werchojansk Is in the' latitude of the
polo ot cold. There the earth Is
frozen to a depth of about 100 feet,
and in tho warmest weather it. never
"Are there any sweeter words in the
English language," musingly Inquired
Professor Swlggs, "than T love you?'"
"Well," grimly remarked, tho pessi
mistic hearer, "I understand that some
authorities regard, 'There's that
money I owe you,' as about tho epito
me of satisfactory sentences."
Valshnava Love Lyric.
In one of our Valshnava lyrics the
lover says to his beloved: "I feel as It
I have gazed upon the beauty ot thy
face from my birth, yet my eyes are
hungry still; as If, I have kept thee
pressed to my- heart for millions ot
years, yet my heart Is not satisfied."
Sees Class Morality,
Tho follQwlng.aaeertlon of A. M.Glo
vannlttl opens up an interesting discus
.slon: "All .social morality today .is
clasB morality. Wehavo-a capitalistic
morality, a middle class morality arid
a proletarian morality, to speak only
ot the' three greatest subdivisions ot
Character Told by" Thumb.
In telling the character, and from a
mechanical point ot view, tho thumb Is
Important. The loss ot the right
thumb Is held at 35 per cent, of the
valno of the whole hand; ot the left
15 per cent! The Index finger is rated
next on the right hand at 20 per cent.
Those who use tho typewriter often
should keep at hand a small bottle ot
alcohol and a piece ot absorbent cot
ton. There .Is nothing more efflcacl
ous for removing the telltale marks ot
tho typewriter ribbon than cotton
moistened with alcohol.
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to thank our many friends
for their kindness to us during the
Illness and death of our dear sister
and wife, Ida M. Hogue, for their
beautiful floral offerings.
BERRY HOGUE, Husband.
MATTI 13 REID, ANNA
YOUNG, SADIE TAYLOR,
LUCINDA HUFF, Sisters.
GEO. W. LEWIS, Brother,
CARD OF THANKS.
To the many friends who lovingly
rendered thefr sympathy and services
at the death of Mrs, Irene Johnson,
mother of Mrs. H. J. Splgner, which
occurred Saturday morning, Feb. 7,
1914, we desire to tender our heart
felt thanks for their noble services
and beautiful floral offerings. Mny
tho Bplrlt of God and His blessings
rest continually upon you all. Sine
ceroly, .MR. and MrITil'jTsPIGENER.
2544 Michigan Ave.
In loving memory of the Rev. W. J,
Richardson, who died Feb. 2l 1912,
jusi iwo years ago you leit us.
How we miss your Christian care,
Safe above tho water's whirl
You have crossed the bar.
MRS. SARAH R. BRYANT,
2407 Highland avenue.
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to extend our sincere
thanks to the many friends and neigh
bors for their kindness and sym
pathy In our sad bereavement of our
dear mother and sister, and also for
tho beautlfuu floral offerings.
LELA BALLARD, Sister,
LEANXA HARRIS, Sister,
NANCY HARRIS, Sister,
Mrs. Bessie M. Weaver, the popular
showed the work of a master hand
rare and beautiful and met with the
In-her line of business, as in many
CARD OF THANKS.
Eastern Star Lodgo No. 18, K,
P., E. and W. Hemls, extends our sin
cero thanks to tho uniform rank,
subordinate members and sisters ot
the Court of Calanthe, and also the
many friends who attended the funeral
of Brother J, W. Wheeler, Sunday,
CARD OF THANKS.
Wo wish to express our heartfelt
thanks to our many, many friends
for their kindness and condolence
tendered us during tho Illness ot our
dearly beloved mother, Mrs. Rhoda
Nelson. Their many beautiful tributes
of flowers and expressions ot sym
pathy, also their esteem of her Chris.
tlan life endeared them to our pleas
MR. AND MRS S. E. SMITH,
RESOLUTIONS OF CONDOLENCE.
O death, what art thou? A law
giver that never altereth, fixing the
consummating seal 'whereby the deeds
of life become established. O! death,
what art thou? A stern and Bllent
usher, leading to the Judgment for
eternity after trial scene of time. OI
death, what art thou? An husbandman
that reapeth always, out of season as
In season, with the sickle in bis hand.
Mrs, Rhoda Nelson, our dearly be
loved neighbor and friend, has gone
and she knows that question; O!
death, what art thou? She knew that
the law says, "Wo must all die," and
years ago sho made preparations to
meet "Our Father which art In
Heaven." A good, a noblo woman,
an Ideal neighbor, a . conscientious
Christian, has gone und we miss her;
yes, we miss her, but we know, O,
God, that "Thy will must bo done."
NEIGHBORS AND FRIENDS.
Your Groceries and Meats will Cost
You Less and Give You Better
Satisfaction if You Buy Them Here
Our Prices are Right
We Treat. You Right
Our Goods are Always Dependable
co ivie: and see us
Dili and Charlotte Sis. 1121 East
J. T. WATKINS.
IT'S L. ydla Avenue
Home Phone Main 7989 Bell Phone Grand 987
12th and Vine Streets
The most of the best for the least in motion pictures. Four reels
of good, clean pictures every week night and five Sunday night. The
best Western pictures, in fact, the best pictures of any kind now
being offered. Come and be convinced.
Admission Always 5 Cents
KANSAS CITY, KAN.
Miss Winifred Morton is able to re
sume her duties at school again.
Miss J. Ewlng, 209 Reely, enter
tained the Morning Whist Club this
Hyacinth Art Club met Wednesday
afternoon, February 18, with Mrs.
Tho funeral of Louvenla Carter, 18
years of age, was held from the Vine
Street church, February 13.
Lawyer E. A. Shackleford was called
to Tipton, Mo., by the death of his
Rev. A. M. Ward of Denver, Colo..
for many years pastor of First A. M.
E. church, preached to a crowded au
dience Sunday night.
Miss Zelma Calhoun, 928 Oakland
avenue, entertained with a party Sat
urday evening. Forty-two guests were
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Brown, 932
G reely avenue, were given a delight
ful surprise party Saturday evening
by about twenty of their friends.
The funeral of Mrs. Fannie Stan
ford, 930 Everett avenue, was held
Thursday afternoon, February 19, at
Bonner Springs, Kas., under the aus
pices of Queen of Sheba Chapter.
Albert Buford, 918 Greeman avenue.
Is suffering from injuries Tecelved by
a fall accidentally Monday morning.
He Is under the care of Dr. J. R.
Mrs. Jordan Nabary of Tuscaloosa,
Ala., returned to Weir City, Kas., ofter
a three days' visit with her niece,
Mrs. Samuel L. Flowers, 356 Row
land avenue, Kansas City, Kas.
Mr and Mrs. S. W. Brown enter
tained seven young couple at cards
Tuesday evening In their beautiful
new home, 923 Greeley Avenue, Kan
sas City, Kansas.
, Miss Cora Black, 932'Greely avenue,
entertained a few friends Tuesday
evening. The features ot the evening
were music and games. Fifteen
guests were present and refreshments
Tho many friends of Sirs. Mamie
Hlghtower will regret to learn of the
death of her husband, who accom
panted by his wife and mother some
time ago went to Springfield, Mo. The
funeral was held from Washington
Avenue Baptist church. Rev. D. A.
Mr. Jno. Harris, formerly In the
railway mall service, who conducted
a grocery store at Fourth and Walker,
died at Lee Summit, Mo., Sunday,
February 11, his former home. The
funeral was held at tho Baptist church
conducted by Rev. Chas. Ferguson of
Mt. Zlon Baptist church. His many
friends extend sympathy
Face and Fight Worry.
Realize your worries for what they
are worth for what they really are.
Face them stare them In the face.
Leave the future to the future, and all
yqur worrying and anxious wondering
will not alter. It an atom. All you do
Is to burden yourself with your exag
gerated conception of your worry and
to carry It wtth you upon your back
into youv future. Face It, realize lta
limits f.nd fight It.
12tli St. 9tii and Campbell Sis.
T. B. 'WATKINS.
Confer with me-lt costs you nothing
INVESTMENTS IMPLOYMENT CO.
Mokes a Specialty of Assisting You to
Buy a Home In Either Kansas City
PHONES: Bell, Main 751 llomeMaln 7555
911 McGee Street., Kansas City, Mo.
Furnished and Unfurnished
Rooms For Rent.
FOR RENT Large, light basement
room, furnished. $1.25 a Week. 2C34
Furnished rooms for rent, modern.
1210 Highland Ave. Also two nice un
furnished rooms. Mrs. T. B. Carter.
FOR RENT Large front room suit
able for two ladles or couple; also
unfurnished and housekeeping rooms.
Bell phone Main 4506W.
Wanted Five hundred people to
buy 500 pairs of shoes In the next
thirty days at the Colored Shoe Store.
1507 East Eighteenth street; opposite
People's Drug Store,
Ten room brick, strictly modern,
polished oak floors, combination fur
nace, using gas or coal or both at the
same time, fronting Paseo and Lydla
avenue, near. 24th street. $35.00 per
month. Cal Grand 3795W, Bell
WORDS OF APPRECIATION.
More Mothers Testify to Merits of
XXth Century Hair Preparations.
Nelson, Mo., April 13, 1913.
Dear Madam Dabney: I am writ
ing you for a small order. I want
you to please send by moll 3 bottles
pt shampoo, 3 boxes of hair grower
and 2 boxes ot pressing oil. I like
the remedy JuBt fine; I would not bo
without it tor anything. I am using
It on my little girl's hair; it seems
to be helping it greatly.
MRS. ANNA BRUNER.
Kansas City, Mo., Jan. 20, 1913.
Dear Madam Dabney: I am a moth
er of four girls. In trying to Improve
their hair I had tried several prepara
tions, but none gave mo good results
until I used Madam Dabney's XXth
Century Preparations. Their hair was
thin, harsh and would fall out so that
I dreaded to use a comb. Now their
hair Is growing nicely doeB not fall
out has no dandruff Is soft and pret
ty, Three of these girls ,aro attend
ing Wendell Phillips School, Howard
and Vine streets. Investigation will
bear out my testimony. I would not
be without the XXth Century Prepa
ration In my house,
MRS. DORA HAWKINS.
2455 Woodland Ave. ,
A six week's treatment of Madam
P. M. Dabney's XXth Century Hair
Preparations sent on receipt of P. O.
money order ot $1.25, or a single pack
age of XXth Century Hair Grower,
Pressing Oil or Shampoo sent tor 50c
Write today to Madam P. M, Dabney'B
XXth Century Hair Preparations Co.,
1806 E. 24th St, Kansas City, Mo.,
Persons living In Kansas City who
cannot be supplied by their druggist
will bo called, upon by an agent oa
dropping a postal card to the above
address or calling Bell phone. Hast