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I) CITY NEWS.
Mrs. Millie Jett spent Tuesday at
Excelsior Springs, Mo.
Miss Ruth need, returned to Chi
cago after visiting her brother during
MrB. E, V. Wright of 4141 Edwin,
Rosedalo, Kas., has moved to 2719 W.
41st street. .
Miss Maggie Allen of Leavenworth,
Kansas spent Easter with Miss
Mr. P. A. Stamps of Lehannon, 0.,
Is visiting his sister, Mrs. M. E. Bailey
1005 Agnes Avenue.
Mm, Nannie WilllamB of Odessa,
Mo., is visiting with Mrs. II. L. Kins
ler, 916 East 21st street. .
Mrs., Cora McCuinn spent Easter in
Pleasant Hill, Mo., with Mrs. Wm.
Taylor and reports an enjoyable, time.
WANTED Two bright, active boys
to sell the Kansas City Sun, Saturday
and Sunday. $1.00 per day.
.For Rent Furnished rooms; mod
ern, 1715 E. 18th street, 3d floor. Mrs.
Mattlo Hobbs, Bell Phone, East
Mr. ThoB. Schumacher, Jr., one of
Kansas City's promlent chauffeurs,
.has accepted a position In Wichita,
Miss Mary Johnson of 122C Vine
street, who has been at Sibley, Mo.,
attending a case returned Sunday,
Mr. Eugenet Scott has returned to
tho city after having spent a three
weeks' visit with parents at Camden,
Ark., who were- both seriously 111.
Mrs. R. R. Chlnn spent a few days
here and in Independence visiting
relatives, returning home Monday, ae
companled by her mother, Mrs. M.
Get used to the Imprint of the race
printer, who wishes your patronage on
the basis of better and quicker print
ing service. This Is It:
C. A. Franklln,..prlnter, l409 Main St.
The mother ot Mrs. C. A. Kennedy
of Rosedalo, 'Kansas, enroute home
from Fort Allen, Vermont, spent a
few days wit hher daughter before
leaving Monday for Fort Huachuca,
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Fields, Masonic
Relief .Secretary ot Cameron, Mo.; and
Mr. W;jH Washington-of this city,
wero the guests last Sunday of Mir.
and Mrs. H. W. Miller, 1621 Norton
Prof. R. T. Coles, principal of Gar
rison school has secured two acres
of ground opposite tho school for
grading purposes for the pupils of
Garrison. It will .be a great success
.under Prof. Coles' able management.
Music furnished by capable pianist
for parties, receptions, teas, etc.
Also instruction given beginners on
the piano forte.,
MISS CAItMEIJ I1ACKLEY.
2028 Harrison St.
Have your collar, cuffs and hat piece
crocheted, only $5.00 entire set. Send
In your order for hand crocheted set.
Write Miss Pearl Newton, 3921 Scar
Rev. B. Manning pf "Oklahoma City
Is conducting revival at the Bethel
Baptist Church at 5E3 Lydla Avenue,
Many have been happily converted
and many backsliders reclaimed.. The
church 1b crowded nightly. He will
be hero a few more nights. Go and
hear this great man.
Geo. Price, born In Sweet Springs,
Mb., died at his residence; 180CEast
18th street, Tuesday, April 14 at the
age of 61. He leaves to mourn his
loss a- wife, two daughters, one
brother., one grandduaghter, two
neices. three nephews and other rela
tives and friends. Tho funeral was
Friday at A n. m. from A. T. 'Moore's
Poro hair dressing, hair weav
ing -and facial massaging. ,Scalp
treatment a ' specialty. Mrs. E;
Norles, 1737 Paseo, upstairs.
CARD OF THANKS.
I desire to extend my sincere
thanks to the many friends who so
kindly assisted nt the death of my
husband, W. M. Baker, and for their
beautiful floral offerings.' We shall
ever .hold them' in grateful rememebr
ance. . MRS.. MATILDA BAKER,
1712 Michigan Avenue. '
Mrs. Lucy Page and family wish Jo
heartily thank the many, many friends
for their extended kindness during
her lingering Illness and especially'
those who were, donors of such beau
tiful Easter offerings, namely, Mr.
and Mrs. Washington Davis, one
potted Easter Illy; Naomi Juvenile
No. 1G8 G. U. O. Q. F., one three-stal'i
pink hyacinth; Baptist Relief Work
ers, one trj-bloomed Easter Illy; Sec
ond Baptist Sunday, school, one potted
Easter lily; Mr, . HercheJ Williams,
beautiful boquet cut flowers; Mr. and
Mrs. G. G, Mason and family, a pretty
decorated Easter basket of fruit; one
lace cap and gown; Mrs. Maggie
"Ward, fruit3 and wine; Mrs, B, M,
Weaver, flowers; Mrs, Katie Powell,
ono elaborately trimmed crepe
At this writing, Mrs. Page la much
Improved, due to tho tender care of
Mrs. N. B. Oxley and the attentive
services of Dr. M. II. Lambrlght.
HIGHLAND AVENUE BAPTIST
Easter Sunday was a very busy day,
Tho Sunday school, at 9:30 was large
ly atended. Good missionary collec
tion. At 11 o'clock Pastor Mills
preached a powerful sermon on "The
Coming Resurrection." The holy spirit
was in tho building. Two additions
at this service. At 4:30 p. m the B.
Y. P. U. had a rousing meeting. Their
Easter program was a very good one.
I 'am glad to say the Auxiliary under
the presidency of Mrs. A. Knox and
tho tutorship of Pastor Mills Is pro
gressing wonderfully. From a mem
bership, of about ten .a month ago, it
has steadily grown until It has about
40 members, one-third of which are
not members of our church. God Is
Indeed blessing us. At 7:30 p. m., the
choir rendered Its Easter program
after- which the Business Men's
League took chargo of tho service.
The- attendance on this occasion was
very, very good. Collection $27.15.
Order of service Sunday the 19th:
9:30 n. m., Sunday School; 11 a. m
preaching by Pastor Mills, subject,
"The Christian the Light of the
World;" 4:30 p. m., P. M. B. Y. P. U.;
8 p. -m., preaching by Pastor Mills,
subject, "The Prodigal Son."
B. J. KNOX, Reporter.
CARD OF THANKS.
We sincerely thank tho many
friends and tho public for the kind
ness and sympathy shown us during
the recent Illness and death of our be
loved husband, son and brother, J.
H. Dixon. Wo especially appreciate
R. T. Coles Lodge, A. F. and A. M
Corinthian Lodge, G. U. O. of O. F.,
Love Star Chapter, O. E. S., Court of
Calanthe, Princess Tharah and Eure
ka, H. H., British America Temple
and the Y. M. C. A.
MR. IRVING JpHNSON.
MRS. MABLS, DIXON.
MRS. L. WASHINGTON.
MRS. L. MOTEN.
MRS. K. BEASLEY.
MRS. M. WILLIAMS.
MRS. F, FRANKLIN.
MR. SIMON DIXON.
In a company doing business In
every state In tho Union composed
of some of the best writers the
country affords, the printed records
sent to all parts of the United States
on new business last February gave
E. A. Robinson 'first place in Mis
souri and third place in the entire
country. Robinson's special agency
commission giving him permission to
use hjs own trained assistants under
his immediate superlntendency. . . .Mr.
G. F. Porter is director of Kansas
and Missouri divisions of the Stand
ard Life Insurance Company. Mr.
Robinson's commission granted him
by Mr. Herman E. Perry, president
of the Standard Life under the sup
ervision of Mr. G. Porter Is a distinct
recognition of local merit. Mr. Rob
inson's entire force consists of Kan
sas City boys. The selection of Rob
inson by Mr. Perry and Mr. Porter
Is a chance given to home talent re
warding where reward is due and In
spires hope and confidence.
Individual or Group.
The words never should be con
nected by a disjunctive conjunction.
The proper word between tho nouns
Is "and," not "or." The caption above
implies that tho terms can bo separat
ed, and they cannot. Tho question
was asked the other day If the growth
of group life was destroying the worth
of the individual. Tho reply was giv
en by a business man who told of a
request that had come to him the day
before for a man to stand at the cen
ter of a big group at a salary that
makes a minister rub his eyes. The
great need of the organized group was"
an Individual. The two cannot be
sundered. The young man who says
that there is no longer any chance
for the individual does not know the
facts. Each Is necessary to the other.
The proper conjunction Is "and." Get
that into your mind, young man, and
then make good. The Congregational
1st Ireland's Signposts.
Ireland is the country for useless
signposts. During the last few years
there has been an outbreak of Gaello
League actfvity in the country. Among
other manifestations It has taken tho
form of erecting signposts with Gaelic
inscriptions. There is one such in the
little village of Omeath, In County
Louth. It directs the traveler to Car
llngford and to Newry but It directs
blm in an unknown tongue. It is not
easy to see what useful purposes Is
Berved by such a signpost. For tho
inhabitant knows his way without any
such assistance and the English
speaking traveler Is unable to find It
unless ho happens to consult one ot
the villagers, not one of whom bo far
as I have been ablo to discover can
either read or speak a single word ot
Gaelic. London Chronicle.
"Bob" and "Cob."
Most people would know what was
meant ty the term "bob" speaking ot
money. But would they be able to
say offhand what a "cob" Is, or was,
In similar connection? It was used
In polite circles in the seventeenth
century, for 1. occurs in a letter from
the earl ot Essex: "So my wife gavo
her a cob, for which sho seemed very
thankful" printed on the new volumo
of tho "Camden" series, tho editor ot
which gives the Information that the
cob was "a piece of money, the value
ot which varied from four shillings
to as much as six shillings In 1676."
Women's Club Notes
The Sorosls will meet with Mrs. M.
II. Key, 2520 Michigan Avenuo, Man
day, April 20th.
The girls and misses are wearing
Mary Jane's this season. They buy
them at 1607 E. 18th street,- the Col
ored Shoe Store, G. A. Page, proprie
tor. The A. N. D.' will give a serle&of
dances for tho benefit of Charitable
Institutions the last Wednesduy in
each montn. The first to bo for the
Industrial Home, April 29th. Admis
sion, 25 cents. Lyric Hnll.
Misses Clara Carter and Jessie Har
rlfor entertained the Kase'es with a
five-courso luncheon Monday after
noon at Miss Carter's. The center
piece was a mound of spring flowers.
The place cards and favors were quite
original and pretty.
The -XX History and Art Club met
with Mrs. Granger with a large at
tendance and one visitor, Mrs. Lee.
The hostess served a delightful lunch
eon. The next meeting will be with
Mrs. Shaw and Mrs. Henry at the lat-
ter's residence, 1517 Lydia, April 23.
MRS. WM. SNELL, Reporter.
There will be a grand musical en
tertainment given by the Odd Fel
lows and Ruth Choir at the Ebenezer
A, M. E. Church Thursday ovenlng,
April 23. They will be assisted by
some of tho best musical talent ot the
city. Admission 10 cents.
Progress Study Club met at 2116
Woodland Avenue with Mrs. Robt.
Simpson as hostess. Current events
were led by Mrs.' JesBle Novel. We
then listened to an Interesting ad
dress by Rev. S. W. Bacote on "Trav
els In Rome." The lecture waa very
lnstiuctive. Dr. Bacote with his
thorough knowledge of ancient history
and his close observation of the his
torical city carried his audience with
him through those magnificent struc
tures so familiar to students of an
cient history. We feel gratified to be
Instructed by men like Dr. Bacote
who have spent years working for the
uplift of humanity. Delicious re
freshments were served and the club
adjourned to meet with Miss Bessie
Taylor as hostess.
Dr. Smith's Easter Opening was an Overwhel
It was far beyond his expectations.
There were many notables in attendance in 'a
beautiful array of nifty and handsome gowns.
Thanks, come next Sunday.
VINE STREET BAPTIST CHURCH.
Sister Martha Drain has been very
sick for some time. Sho is somewhat
better. We hope she will continue
to Improve. Sister Jennie Lee is also
better and we hope she will continue
likewise.... Sister Molly Hlnes is the
same. .. .Brother Jas. Lewis died very
suddenly last week and It was vern
sad indeed. We extend to the be
reaved family our heartfelt sympa
thies. .. .Sunday was a busy day at
our Church. .. .Morning service was
well attended and every pew in the
auditorium was occupied and the most
Impressive part of the service was the
Juvenile Choir composed of members
of the Sunday school. The 30 well
trained voices sang like tones of thun
der that much favored song "Praise
Ye the Father." Tho choir was un
der the direction of Miss Eva Moore
and Mrs. Gertrude Tlbbs. The Sun
day school was grand. Over 600 eggs
were given away and the collection
was ?27.87. The theme of all our serv
ices was tho "Lord is risen indeed;
ho is not here." .
EBENEZER A. M. E. CHURCH.
Rev. W. C. Williams preached ' an
excellent sermon on the "Resurrec
tion of Christ." Beautiful and touch
ing musnc was .rendered by the Choir
of which Mrs. L. E. Bailer Is Choris
ter opened Easter Day services. The
beautiful decorations by the Sunday
school committee were indeed spited
to the occasion. Many souls were
added to the church. The greatest
program ever presented by this Sun
day School was rendered under the
management of Mrs. Anna Roberts,
Supt. Mrs. Dlmery Taylor and Aber
nathy, teachers. There was three ex
cellent selections rendered by Mel
ford's orchestra. Many were turned
from tho door. The church received
a check for five dollars from Dr.
Theo, Smith thp well known druggist
or which it is thankful.
ST. JAMES A. M. E, ZION CHURCH.
The revival will begin at the A. M.
E. Zion Church, 1805 Woodland Ave.,
Sunday April the 19th at 11 a. m.
Bishop G. L. Blackwell, D, D of the
Seventh Episcopal District will preach
again Tuesday night. Great prepare
atlonB are being made and remodeling
Is going on preparatory to the annual
conference In June at this church.
The pastor hopes to secure the serv
ice ot the' A. F. and A. M. to lay the
corner-stone the third Sunday in May.
The district conference will be at
Jfarick Chapel, April 29th.
KANSAS JHTY, KAN.
Mr, Chas. Williams, 1309 North 10th
street is 111 at his home.
Hyacinth Art Club met at MM. S.
M. Banks, 841 N. J. Avenue this week.
Mrs. J. E. Crawford, 1131 Everett
Avenuo .after 'two weeks' Illness Ib
Splendid Easter services and Rally
t the C. M. E. Church Sunday $2G0
The Easter exercises of the Eighth
Street Baptist Sunday, School wero
excellent. They wero successfully
financially raising $26. ,
Miss Ophelia McReynoUls of Hop
kinsville, Ky Is the guest of her
uncle and family, Mr. arid Mrs. Steph
en Gant, 614 Statovstreet.
Mrs. Nellie Hicks of the Household
of Ruth No. 267, celebrated her 25th
year as a member Monday afternoon
by entertaining the entire member
ship which has 92 members with a re
ception at their hall. This was quite
an enjoyable affair.
Although we have na pastor at the
Pleasant Valley Baptist Church we
will have services every Sunday and
hope the members will not be discour
aged but keep an working and the
Lord will bless us. Rev. Davis will
preach April 19th. Come and hear his
sermons and you will enjoy them..
Mrs. Gertrude Young Is 111 at her
home, 909 Division. . ..Bishop G. L.
Blackwell of Philadelphia, Pa will
preach at the St. Paul A. M. E.
Church Monday, evening, April 20....
I The concert given last Thursday even
ing by the young members and
friends of the Pleasant Valley Baptist
Church was very good and a neat
sum was realized for tho benefit of
Mr. and Mrs. F. Kt Barrett ot Oma
ha, Neb., Is visiting Mrs. Barnett's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Jackson.
...Mr. and Mrs. E. Lankford and
daughter Rheusella of Wichita, Kas.,
was visiting relatives and friends last
week. ...Mrs. E. H. Graves of Lin
wood, Kas., spent Saturday with Mrs.
. E. Nelson. .. .Gussle Nelson spent
Sunday with Carrie Hlldebrandt at
Reno. ...Mr. Roy Walton and Mr.
Walter Nelson visited Tonganoxle
friends Sunday. .. .Mr. John Sims Is
visiting his mother, Mrs. V. Tolll
ver. ...Mrs. Alex Jackson and Mrs.
Fred Barrett made a business trip
to Lawrence last Thursday. .. .Mr.
Leo Baker was among visitors Sun
day. ...Rev. Saunders spent Sunday
at Hornlff Sunday. .. .Miss Chllds of
Kansas City will give a, recital at the
A. M. E. church Sunday evening
April 11th. Admission 10 cents...-.
Mrs. Elsie Rogers entertained the
Jolly Rovers last week. .. .Mrs. Hat
tie Carter and son made a business
trip here Monday.. Mrs. J. Matthews.
and Mrs. Mat Wilson visited friends
SUMMER MUSIC SCHOOL.
R. G. Jackson and Miss
Beulah Douglass are .going to
conduct a summer ' school of
music at Allen Chapel, 10th and
Charlotte, Kansas City, Mo.
All persons who may desire
to take lessons will find it to
their advantage to speak to Mr.
Jackson early, for a tjumber of
periods have already been given
away to city, and out of town
The advantage In enrolling
early Ib, that you may have a
choice of periods and avoid
coming for lessons In the heat
of the day.
Tho studios at Allen Cnapel
are nicely located, well appoint
ed and are equipped with
pianos that are kept in fine
Special attention Is given to
children between the ages of
seven and twelve years.
The pipe organ of the church
is at the service of pupils for
practice, who are 'doing organ
On account of the large en
rollment In piano, organ and
voice, only a limited number
can be admitted into harmony
classes, so It is advisable 'for
persons wanting to do work
Mr. Jackson invjtes interest
along this line to enroll now.
ed parties to call at Allen
Chapel on Saturdays, between 8
a. m. and 8 p. m. to talk over
music for the summer, or ad
dress him at 531 Nebraska Ave.,
Kansas City, Kansas, Bell
Phone West 1032' and West
Be Not Content.
Sad will be, the day for every man
when be becomes absolutely content
ed with the lire that be Is living, with
the thoughts that he Is thinking, with
tlje deeds that he Is doing, when there
is not forever beating at the doors ot
his soul some great desire to do some
thing larger, which belknows that ho
was meant and mado to'do because he
Is still the .child of od. Phillips
E. EUGENE VAUGHAN.
MEMBER K, C. BUSINESS LEAGUE.
If you have money to invest, come to
me: If you want to buy a home and be
satisfied, come to me. 1 nm always ready
to help smooth out the wrinkles.
Lo, him you ask fori I am he:
Him that sells the kind of property
That gives you that new sort of Indi
viduality, And hangs upon you the sign of pro!
perity. You Can't Beat this LUt.
Some of these places I can sell for ?50
Vine near 2Hh, 4 r., $2,000; Merslngton
near 29th, 4 r., $1,650; Rowland near
Sherman Ave., 4 r., $1,250; State near
12th, 7 r., 60 ft., $1,500; College Ave. In
Itosedale, one 4 -r. and one 5 r.. modern,
$1,800 and $2,400; 5 r. and electric lights
on Tremont. $1,000: 2725 North 7th St..
4 r., new porches, $1,000; Bellefontalne
near Howard, 5 r., modern, $2,450: 4 r.
41) ft., near 5th and Rowland, $1,150; 15
acres 8 miles from town, $2,000.
EUGENE EDWARD VAUGHAN,
Twenty-sixth and Parkway,
KANSAS CITY, KANSAS.
Bell phone. West 1757.
Furnished and Unfurnished
Rooms For Rent.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished
rooms; strictly modern; Bell phono
East 4090; 160G Garfield Avenue.
For Rent Large front room with
bay window; nicely furnished; strict
ly modern. Bell telephone East 019.
1517 Woodland Avenue.
For Rent Four large rooms with
gas, bath, water paid. 2502 Michigan
Ave., J12.50. Bell phone Grand
3705-W, J. D. Bowser.
' For Rent Nicely furnished rooms
for a gentleman. South room. Mrs.
E. Spruell, 1S03 E. 11th. Third floor.
For Rent One furnished room,
modern Improvements. 2638 Highland
Ave. Bell phone East 1270.
FOR RENT Nice furnished front
room; strictly modern. Bell phone.
FOR RENT Neatly modern fur
nished rooms. Transcients, a spe
cialty. East 4721-W. Wm. Fisher,
Propr., 910 Garfield.
Furnished room for rent to a gen
tleman. Bell phdne. East 4869-W.
House strictly modern. 1913 Wood
Three furnished room for light
housekeeping, strictly modern with
telephono; 2313 Woodland avenue.
Bell Phone, East 344G-W.
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?
FOR SALE TO COLORED PEOPLE.
On Michigan Avenue South of Twelfth
Two modern 8-room houses with
barns, one brick veneer with furnace,
3V2 feet, price $4,250; the other
frame, stove heat, 3714 feet, price
$3,500; can make terms; would prefer
to sell together, but will sell separ
ately; for additional Information see
W. H. LIVINGSTON,
216 Finance Bldg,
Both phones, Main 1315.
WORDS OF APPRECIATION.
More Mothers Testify to Merita 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 mall 3 bottles
of shampoo, 3 boxes of hair grower
and 2 boxes of pressing oil. I like
tho remedy just fine; I would not be
without It for 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 ot four girls. In trying to improve
their hair I had tried several prepara
tions, but none gave me 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 does not fall
out has no dandruff Is soft and pret
ty. Three of these girls are attend
Ing Wendell Phillips School, Howard
and Vino 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 or i u
money order of $1.25, or a single pact
age of XXth Century Hair Grower,
Pressing Oil or Shampoo sent for 50c,
Write today to Madam P. M. Dabney's
XXth Century Hair Preparations Co
180S B. 21th St, Kansas City, Mo
Persona living In Kansas City who
cannot be supplied by their druggist
will bo called upon by an agent on
dropping a postal card to the above
address or calling Bell phone. East
Golden Steam Dye Works
1605 EAST 18TH STREET
When sending your Clothing to be cleaned nnd pressed hnve yon
ever realized, nnd every clenil minded mnn would shudder with dis
gust at the thought, that the cloth use to press your suit had just
previously been used to press the suit of a ninn suffering from Disease,
Filthy Habits, etc. the cloth in the interim being wet and wrung
out in a pail of probably dirtier water, especially so toward the ciifl.
of the day's work?
OLD WAY OF PRESSING
To overcome unsanitary methods we have installed an up-to-date
Sanitary Steam Press. A garment that passes through this machine:
is disinfected, as no germs or microbes can exist under a temperature
as high as the dry steam we inject. 'At the same time if removes any
odor, takes away the grimy appearance, raises the nap, revives the
colors and imparts to the garment that freshness desired- by all)
NEW WAY OF PRESSING
We are Hatters, Tailors and Cleaners. No delay in gettfng y6ur
work. We do everything in our own shop. When you send us your
work we do not have to disappoint or delay you, as our equipment is -.equal
to anyone's. We specialize on quality and carefulness, for i
it pleases you it pleases us.
We have one of the best Dyeing and Tailor Shops in the city.
Everything new and up-to-date. We are prepared to clean any gar
ment, no matter how richly trimmed or flounced, without injury.
We employ only expert workmen
tomer. Soliciting an opportunity
QOLDEN'S STEAfl DYE WORKS
1605 East 18th Street
TO MUSICAL STUDENTS.
Oarl H. X. Stewart will take a few Mrs. Mary D. Stewart will take a.
pupils in Harmony, or on the Piano
1321 Jackson Avenue, Kansas City, Mo.
For First Class Meals Co lo ihe
MEALS AT ALL HOURS
15 cents and up
MODERN FURNISHED ROOMS IN CONNECTION
"Board and 'Rooms by ihe tveeft
ELIZA VIjrOfT.' Prop. ,
1518 E. 18th Street
Calling Cards, Business Cards, Church, Society, Book and.
Stationery Printing of all kinds.
JNO. R. FAIRLEY, Mgr.
The .Printing House fdr the two Kansas -City s. Our'" Facilities
1 for doing first class work unexcelled
u?iiT4nrs "rSiTd I 73 1 Lydla Ave. (Hod Carriers' Hall.)
and guarantee to satisfy every cus
to serve you, we are yours.
Bell Phone East 53&
few pupils on either tho Piano,.Gultar,-
Mandolin, or Banjo and the Theory-oS-
If you should ask a Kansas Cltyan n
to the most elegant .and popular bartws
shop In the city he would unhesitatingly!
say The Palace Barber Shop at 1S1B
East Nineteenth street (near Vine) owo
ed by that prince of good fellow rroL
J. C. Hobbs who, also, has next &000
one of the neatest and best kept PocS
Halls In town.
Prof. Hobbs employes only the BEST
workmen, among whom are Messrs. C
J. Nelson, David Robinson, W. T. Scoit
and II, A. Peace, while he himself la a
barber of acknowledged ability. Ernest
Turner, the best'known porter in Kan
sas City, looks after the conifort of lil
patrons with Miss Mary A. Woodson,
the neat and capable cashier. Pro.
Hobbs is also Kansau City's most popu
lar dancing master, being manager Ot
the People's Dancing Academy, -whlefe,
dances every Thursday night ,ot Iyrio
Hall, 173; Lydla avenue, all tho latest
dances. Telephone, Bell 2833 East.