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Prices ranging from $15.00 up. Let us show you
early that you may have them upfor Decoration
day. Make your appointment with
GEO . W. LITTLE
Home Phone Main 4726 Bell Phone Main 3910
Collector for Highland "Cemetery Co.
and Agent for
Kansas City Granite & Monument Co.
Directly opposite Elmwood Cemetery Co.
4S01 East 15th St. KANSAS CITY. MO
WHOM SHALL I EMPLOY?
This question comes at n tlmo of
Great Bereavement. Many aie Least
Ivepcred for It.
Unhesitatingly the' answer Is, the
Firm that, takes.no Advantage of Its
patrons because of pocullar bereave
ment, but Protects and Advises' them
The Arm that Is well known for Its
Upright Dealing and Unquestioned In
The firm whoso goods are of the best
quality, prices the Most illensonnble,
services the Promptest, Most Edlclent
and Most Courteous.
Such a Arm Is C. H, Countee, Un.
dertaker and Licensed Embalmer. It
entered -the business first and Paved
the way for the others. Its Nineteen
years of unBtluted satisfaction to Hun
dreds of patrons In the conduct of
Thousands .of funerals enable It to un
derstand the Peculiar needs of the pat
rons of Greater Kansas City.
IF YOU DESIRE MODERATE PRICES, THE BEST QUALITY, COURTESY -
AND PROMPTNESS, CALL
C. H. COUNTEE,
2220 VINE ST.
SPIRITS IN PRISON
By Wni. Stitts, the International Bible
The question ofttlmes arises In the
minds, of Bible rtudents, "Who are the
spirits In prison and why arc they
there?" The answer heretofore given
was unsatisfactory to all students of
the Bible. It has been stated that
thosd spirits are human beings who
died before the Hood and -when Christ
was dead th-oe days, ho was In Hell
preaching to them. Let us take God's
word. He is his own Interpreter. He
will take the Scripture for our Guide.
If Christ Is dead He could not do any
declaiming to them for the dead know
not anything. They have no memory.
Eccl. 9:5-10. For It Is gone; his
breath goeth from him; In that very
day his thoughts perish. Pis. 146:4.
The soul Is dead and is In hell, hades,
the Invisible grave. They are not en
Joying happiness nor suffering -with
Mr. Jas. H. Crews of Kansas City
was In this city last Sunday visiting
his relatives here.... Mr. Clarence Lee
of Omaha, Neb., -who waB called to this
city on account of the death of his
mother, Is spending a few days with
relatives and friends Mr. Hereford
of Atchison, Kas., was the guest of
Miss Oletha Brown, Sunday. The
light of his countenance sanctioned
his confession of his very pleasant
visit with the relatives and friends of
the hostess.... Mr. William Ballew,
one of our respected elder citizens,
has been very 111 at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Leona Montgomery for sev
eral days. We are glad to learn of
his recovery. .. .The Bachelor Girls
were enjoyably entertained by Miss
Iva Brown Saturday afternoon. After
the social hours and the transaction ot
urgent business, a delicious luncheon
was served to the delight of all pres
ent The Garrison Alumni Associa
tion, which is about thl-ty strong, met
at Garrison School Monday night and
elected Mr. Herbert Beach president.
Miss Sadie Saunders treasurer, and
Miss Juanlta Hutchinson secretary.
Great preparations were begun for the
annual banquet to be held In May....
Mr. Campbell, a young man and stran
ger to us, arrived' aat this city last
.week In quest of employment. Among
the acquaintances he formed was that
of Miss Oakly Berry, an Industrious
young lady. A case of love at first
sight was in evidence and his proposal,
which wa9 the outgrowth of snap
judgment, soon culminated In their
happy marriage by Rev. Oakes, Satur
day afternoon. We bid them a pleas
ant journey.... A restaurant that will
be prepared to serve lunches and
meals at al hours, has been the desire
of our citizen's and visitors for years.
Our desire was realized last Sunday,
when we attended the grand opening
of the "Ideal Restaurant" under the
management of Mr. Thos Banks and
Mr. James Burton, In, a suitable build
ing located in a convenient place. With
such business men as proprietors we
prophesy the growth and development
of this longed-for enterprise Mrs.
Melimla Lewis still lives and resides
alone at her quaint home In this city.
She Is known throughout the country
and by many citizens of this and sur
rounding states because of her pecul
iar manne- of dress and conversation.
Her hats and shoes are wrapped with
white cloth, while her dresses and
cloaks of the same color suggest the
name she has been given, ;'the angel."
To speak In a familiar term -we say
Aunt Mellnda's conversations abound
In home spin wit and in prophetic
words and messages Jesus told her.
That no cyclone should visit this city
so long as she Is one -of Us citizens
has held good. As to her age she de
clares positively that a century with
a few years Is behind her. She saw
the present settlement when It was a
primeval forest. Discarding a few
complaints Aunt Melinda enjoys very
good health,, and besides her house
hold chores, does laundry work.
and grandson returned to their home
In Kansas City after a two" weeks'
visit here with relatives. . . .Mr.
Henry Porter and Eddie Lewis of
Kansas CU.y were down Saturday.,..
Mrs. Eva Roberts, and Mrs. Ed. Lewis
ot Kansas City spent Monday with
friends.... Mrs. Wm. Anderson rer
turned home Sunday from Columbia
where she has been helping her
daughter, Mayetta, In her spring mil
linery. .. .Rev. Christopher held regu
services Sunday at the A. M. E.
Church.... Rev. W. M. Thlrkles held
services Sunday and also held his
baptizing which were largely attend
ed by a host of friends from Lexing
ton. A pleasant day was spent. To
tal collection was $14.10 Mrs,
Lloyd Wllkerson and Miss Lenora
Wilkerson were Marshall visitors
Friday. . i.Mlss. Lucille Nurse spent
Saturday .and Sunday In Marshall
with her. mother Mr. Alia Baker
has rented..a farm six miles west of
tow nnnd moved his family arid Mrs
Nancy Gordon has rented his home
place.... Don't forget the Queen Ellz'
abeth Court will give an entertain'
ment at the Masonic Hall, May 9th,
1914 The Douglass School will
have their closing exercises Thurs
day night Mrs. Virginia S. Perkins
of Odessa, ilo., is visiting her daugh
ter, Mrs. Lucy Patterson. .. .Go to .
M. Andejsqn on Sundays for good ice
cream and all kinds of cold drinks.
Mrs. Benj. Stewart Is 111 at her
home.... Mrs, "Prank Moore, 3311
Lloyd avenue has returned from Lex
ington, Mo., where she visited her
husband's relatives. .. .The condition
of Mr. Paradise, 41st and Lloyd who
has been seriously 111 Is Improved....
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Moseley, 4020
Adas street, received a telegram Mon
day announcing the death of Mr.
Moseley's father In St. Joseph, Mo...
Mr. Owen Slusher died Tuesday at
the home of his daughter, Mrs. Anna
Medlock, He was a brother ot Mrs.
Anna Cratlc Barnum of this city and
Mrs. Eliza Seymour of Kansas City,
Kan., a brother, Will Slusher ana
MADE IN THE BREWERY OF LEMP
ST. LOUIS, MO.
E. GODRON. Manager
Grand 350 Bell Main 529 Home
Mesdames Jane and Kate Hunt re
turned from Cape Girardeau Monday
evening from attending the funeral w
the late Mr. Chas. Hunt.... Mr. Wil
liam Hunt returned to Champaign, 111.,
Tuesday, after spending a few days
with his mother.... Mr. Howard Over
ton returned to St. Louis Wednesday
after a few days' visit with his father
....The Clover Bee Club was enter
tained Thursday evening by Mrs.
Leora Simpson. . . .The Married Ladles
Embroidery Club was entertained by
Mrs. Cella Cunningham Thursday.
Home Phone Main 7646.
All Bonded Whiskevs with Soda 10c.
800 East 12th St.
Kansas City Mo
The Young School Annual Bazaar
will be given Friday evening, May
8th. The Senior Class will have
charge of the program after which
the entire building will be opened to
the public. There will be an exhlbl
tlon ot class work and manual train
Ing In all the rooms. The teachers
and pupils have worked faithfully and
are now about to close quite a buc
cessful year's work. Prof. Harrison
Is one ot the best nnd most energetic
principals in the state and has his
school in fine order. .. .Miss Hattle
Hughes who has been teaching In
Beggs, Okla., Is home for a vacation
..Mrs. Mary Raglln is 111 at her
hoe on South Crysler avenue,.,, Miss
Mayme Raglaln who has been teach
ing music In Okmulgee, Okla., was
called home on account ot the Illness
of her mother. ...Miss Edna Rhodes
of Blue Springs and Miss Lottie Ro'b
Inson ot Liberty are spending this
week In Lawrence.... Mr. and Mrs.
Luther Jackson announce the birth of
a son who they have given the name
of Luther Calvin, Jr.
With over one thousand
names upon the craft-"rosters ot
this city 'why may we not erect
a line temple which would not
only properly accommodate our
meetings, but supply larger
conveniences for the entertain
ment of the public. This must
be done at some time. Why not
do It soon? Masonry has a.
ways taken pride In big enter
prises and In doing big things.
The public looks to us as to no
one else for these things anu
we owe It to our obligations as
well as to our traditions to ful
fill the demand. If Grand Mas
ter Crews, like our first grand
master, can succeed In Inspiring
such an undertaking it will
surely stand as a great monu
ment to the zeal .which he so
generously possesses and will
yield a result not only placing
his name high upon the scroll of
leaders, but carrying a 'blessing
throughout years to come. With
a structure of sufficient size con
trolled by us, It would be an
easy matter to Irnve the Grand
Lodge permanently located In
Kansas City. This would he Ma
soplo headquarters. The trav
eling Grand Lodge Is fast going
out of style everywhere as the
brethren grow more and morr
weary of the process. Soon
there wljl be a cry for a per
manent seat and we should be
ready to supply It,
J. T. W ATKINS. T. B. W ATKINS.
We are now entering upon our sixth year In tho Undertaking business
In Kansas City and we take this method of expressing our deep approcla-
tlon ot the confidence and respect that tho many families have shown. In
our uuons 10 piease unu our auuuy iu luuuur aurvice uy caning us into uieir
homes or sending their loved ones to our parlors whero they receive the
same tender care as In the home. In the future as in the past, our time and
energy shall always be spent in properly proparlng the. body, giving an ex
pression to the face and restoring the life like appearance, for a body prop
erly prepared and burled In the most ordinary priced Casket leaves a better
impression with family and friends than a body poorly prepared and burled
In the most expensive Casket and wo spare neither pains nor expense In
procuring the materials so necessary to obtain these results. We shall con
tinue to render the same, high class service In every case and our prices
will be as low as can be obtained any placo for the same quality of ma
terials used. We strive to be first In quality of'work, first in courteous ser
vlca and first In reasonable prices.
CALDWELL & CHAPMAN
Hair and Millinery
1 8th and Paseo, Kansas City, Mo.
Home Phone Main 7499
The girls and misses are wearing
Mary Jane's, this season. They buy
them at 1507 E. 18tn street, the Col
ored Shoe Store, G. A. Page, proprie
Money to Loan on Kansas City Real
Estate. Don't lose your equity. Bring
your troubles to us. We can help you.
Afro-American Investment Co.
The International Bible Student
pain. They are waiting for a Resur
rection both good and evil.' St. John
5:25-28. With a& Intellectual and an
enlightened eye of understanding we
can see that those spirits could not be
tho spirits of human beings for this
subject does not apply to man. God
made man a living soul. Gen. 2:7.
God made the angels, spirits. P '.
104:4; Heb. 1:7. This subject appl.es
to angelic, sinners; they also are
called the sons of God. Job 38:7. By
searching the' scripture we learn that
those spirits which Christ preached to
were the angelic sinners. There are
angelic sinners and human sinners.
When man sinned ho was condemned
and sentenced to death. Gen. 3:3.
For we know that the wages of sin is
death. Rom. '0:23. But when the an
gels Binned they were condemned and
sentenced to chains of darkness. Jude
1:6. This -was the prison mentioned
in Pet. 3:18-19. Now I will attempt
to interest you. The question arises,
"Why were they there and why did
God sentence them to prison? What
crime did they commit?" We answer
by 'Divine authority. They committed
fornication. Jude 1:6-7. Tho angels
who kept not their first estate but left
their own habitation, he hath reserved
In everlasting chains under darkness
unto the judgment of the great day
The Mlllenlal In which Christ will
reign a thousand years. These An
gelic sinners will be there for their
trial, for we know that the Saints
shall judge angels. 1 Cor. 6:3; Rev,
20:6; Acts 17:31. Man was under the
administration of the angels from the
time he sinned In the Garden of Eden
to the flood. Gen. 3:24. Peter fur
nlshes us a statement that these spir
its became disobedient In the days of
Noah. I Pet. 3:20. We still find
where they are called the Sons of God
The Sons of God saw 'the daughters of
men and they were fair and they took
unto them, wives, all of which they
chose. Gen. 6:2. God was not pleas
ed with their lnter-marriage so he sent
a flood and destroyed them off the face
ot the earth. The children of these
Sons of God and the daughters of men
were great men of renown. They were
part angelic and part human beings.
They were horn In a lustful condi
tion. God did not sentence them to
death but to prison. The next ques
tion arises, "Where are the prisons?
Peter tells us that their prison Is Hell.
Note thU word Hell Is from the Greek
word (Tartarus), It doeB not mean
the grave, neither the, second death
symDouzeu oy me lane oi nre. u f ei.
2:4, but Its reference Is to darkness.
The atmosphere of the air nd an act
of restriction being cut off from light
not being permitted to work their de
ceptions In daylight, but Is cut off "by
darkness which are the restrictions
symbolized by chains. Jude 1:C. So
Christ went nnd preached to them
when he went to and fro through the
earth while He was alive and not
when Ho was dead, for when our Lord
was on earth at his first advent, these
spirits frequented the earth; also
whenever ho came In contact with
them, they cried to him and his con
versation was a sermon to them, Luke
8:30-36, They are condemned but not
to death. They are restrained but
not destroyed. They are not permit
ted to roam the earth in daylight as
they did before the flood. They do not
any more posses human bodies.
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2211 1-2 Vine Street
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