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This question comes at a time
of Great Bereavement. Many are
Least Prepared for It.
Unhesitatingly the answer Is,
the Firm that does not take Ad
vantage of Its patrons because of
peculiar bereavement, but Pro
tects and Advises them Sympa
thetically. The firm whose goods are of
the best quality, prices the Most
Reasonable services the Prompt
est, Most Efficient and Most
IF YOU DESIRE MODERATE PRICES, THE BEST QUALITY,
COURTESY AND PROMPTNESS, CALL
C. H. COUNTEE,
2220 VINE ST.
will make oa proud of your hair
It Is unsurpassed for making harih, kinky and
stubborn hair soft, glotty- and luxurious.
It not only beautifies the hair but also keeps it
in good condition.
Price, 25 and 50 Cents Everywhere
INELSON MFG. CO.,
GOOPER k CAMPBELL
Successor to G. A. Roy
Carry a Full Line of
PHONES: Home Main 7344; Bell East 43
18th and Paseo
Home Phone Main 7646.
All Bonded Whiskevs with Soda 10c.
800 East 12th St.
Comb performs precisely as advertised.
No better comb on the market for purposes as we have been advised that other combs are toys,
when it comes to benefits and effectual influences when used as to directions, for which overv comb
placed goes with it instructions, how to use and for what purposes. "VTherover introduced the Eureka
preferable, Morchants and agents are successful when they are placed conveniently in quantities for
They are usually Bold for $1.50
be careful in the,-urchaso as there
lureka. We wholesale the Eureka
wnoiesaiers or tnis special aevice
The devises are patented and
The firm that Is well known
for Its Upright Dealing and Un
Such a firm Is C. H. Countee,
Undertaker and Licensed Em
balmer. It entered the business
first and Paved the way for the
others. Its Nineteen years of un
stinted satisfaction to Hundreds
of patrons in the conduct of Thou
sands of funerals enable It to un
derstand the Peculiar needs of
the patrons of Greater Kansas
If you should ask a Kansas Cltyon as
to the most elegant and popular barber
shop In the city he would unhesitatingly
say The Palace Barber Shop at 1516
IJast Nineteenth street (near Vine) own
ed by that prince of good fellow Prof.
J. C. Hobbs who, also, has next door
one ot the neatest and best kept Pool
Halls In town.
Prof. Hobbs employes only t'ne BEST
workmen. T. D. Henderson, Henry
Hobbs, David Robinson, W. T. Scott,
and II. A. Peace, while he himself Is a
barber of acknowledged ability, Ernest
Turner, the best known norter in TCnn.
saa City, loSks after the comfort of his
patrons with Miss Mary A. Woodson,
the neat and capable cashier. Prof.
Hobbs is also Kansas City's most popu
lar dancing master, being manager ot
the People's Dancing Academy, which
dances every Thursday night at Jyrlc
Hall, 1731 Lydla avenue, all the latest
dances. Telephone, Bell 2333 East
Kansas City, Mo.
Particular attention may be given to the following subject, since there are hun
dreds of thousands using theEureka Comb throughout the United States and
, Isles. , They, give the best of satisfaction as to our recommend, straightening the
hnir beautifully with one stroke, and as assistance in causing a rapid growth.
Evidences coming to us from every source, of which is nleaainor. that thn Eureka
(one dollar and fifty cents) each complete. The only thing is to
is no other comb that will answer thn nurnnaes sn well nn tlin
Oobib, being the manufacturers
; u mere aro otuers we would be pleased to bo informed.
registerod, Fr prices and further information write
The entertainment given by Miss
Ella B. Boone Friday night nt Grant
Chapel, was very good and qll who
witnessed It wero pleased. The pro
ceeds wore to rthe benefit ot Club
No. 3. . . .The Magis City Cornet Band
enjoyed xa lino trip to Woodlawn on
last Saturday... .Mrs. Bernlco Hughes
made a trip to Forest Green Sunday
....Prof. J, H. Williams ot Wellsvllle
was In the city for a few days, and
a guest ot Prof, A. B. Bolden. . . .Dr.
J. T. Casten of St. Louis spent a tew
hours In the city Monday. .. .Mrs.
Bessie Coleman ot St. Joseph, Is vis
iting parents and relatives. .. .Rev.
Coliron of St. Joseph preached at the
Second Baptist Church Sunday....
There was a grand opening of the
U. B. F, Hall at Madison last Sunday
A large delegation from here attend
ed. D. D. 0. M. W. B. Coleman, Prof.
A. B. Holden, G. M. West, Mrs. Albert
Stapleton and others prominent In
U. B. F. circles attended. W .B. Cole
man was the speaker for the occasion
....Mr. A. C. Black went to Paris
Sunday.... Mrs. M. Etta Bolden was
called to Kansas City on account ot
the. deatli of the Grand Treasurer of
the Grand Temple,. .. .Miss Vcrneta
Vaughan has been 111 The big ral
ly last Sunday was kulte a success.
Rev. Abbott ot Huntsvlllo and more
than a dozen of his members wero
present and gave freely. Mr. and Mrs.
Dock Payne took special Interest In
the rally. Mr. Joseph Herrelson, a
prosperous farmer of Clifton took
quite an Interest In the rally, and ox
pressed himself as being pleased with
the new church. Mr. Herrelson do
nated $15 to the church and said that
ho was willing to give even more. The
report of the clubs was as follows: .
Club No. 1, Prof. l. B. Qulnn, lead
Club No. 2, Wm. E. Boone, leader,
Club No. 3, Mrs. Lucy Graves, lead
Club No. 4, Rev. W. B. Coleman,
Club No. 5, Jas. Baker, leader, $21.
Club No. 7, Geo. Washington, lead
Club So. 8, Mrs. Mattie Lovell,
Club No. 9, Miss Sopha Althouse,
Club No. 10, Rev. J. K. Ponder, lead
Total, $745.31. 4
Club No. 2 was the leading :lub.
Club No. 10 lead by Rev. Ponder, had
only two members, pastor and wife.
The other churches attended well and
contributed liberally. Pastor, officers
and members are much pleased with
the success, and wish to thank all who
assisted. This Is the largest ever col
lected at one effort in the history of
the Colored churches ot this city, and
the officers hope to raise the amount
to $S0O" by the last of the week.
The Ecclesiastical Alliance experi
enced a very interesting meeting
Tuesday morning. Rev. J. N. Fitz
Patrick of Hannibal and Prof. A, B.
Bolden were pleasant visitors.
Mrs. Mayme Downing of St. Louis,
who has been the guest of her sister,
will return to her home Tuesday...
Mrs. C. G. Williams and daughter.
Miss Estella, were guests of Miss
Hamilton last week..... Mrs. R. F. No
land was In Kansas City, Kas., last
week. ...Misses Black, Velma Queen
of Hannibal, attended the picnic 4th
of July and stayed over Sunday, the
guests ot Miss Maggie Lee.... Miss
Blanche Hubbard of Chicago is visit
ing Mrs. Jennie Davis. .. .Florence
Cooke of Hannibal, Is spending her
vacation with Miss Sandrldge. .'. .The
517 Shawnee St.,
Open Day and Night
Meals at All Hours
Special Service- for Balls, Parties,
Etc. Meals Sent Out by Request
and Satisfaction Assured.
When in Mobcrly, Mo., Stco at
ALONZO RAY, Prop.
Electric Lights and Hot Baths
and Ladies Massage
Best Rooming House in Moberly
3i3 North Ault Street
e Union Station
and promoters, and are the only
picnic given by the A. M. E, Church
was quite A success. An immense
crowd, including neighboring towns,
attended the nlcnlc. The Tilav nt
night givqn by the young ladies', was
well worth mentioning,
, Miss Evans of Brunswick, Mo., was
the guest ot Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Evans Inst week..,. Miss Cooper ot
Koytesvllle, .Mo., Is spending a few
days with her relatives..,, Mrs, Here
ford of Atchison, Kas., spent Sunday
at the' home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Brown. Mr. Kereford has mado sev
eral occasional visits to their home
stead, not that he loves her less but
their daughter more. , . .Col. Ales Win
frey departed for St. Louis, Mo., Fri
day, where he is to transact business
relative to his-mail service. He pro
poses to return Monday.... Prof.
Longdon was called to Brookfield, Mo.,
Sunday to assist in directing the mus
Icalo of the program of thd enthus
iastic and successful rally given by
the developing A. M. E. Church of
that city Mrs. Dlcy Woods and
daughter were attendants. .. .Our
readers of the.' Sun found Interesting
reading in the' wedding of Crews-Overall
and Harrlford-Habney. Since we.
are interested in the success of the
new lmsbandswe extend to them and
their chosen companions our best
wishes for pleasant sailing upon the
high sea for which no compass has
yet yet been Invented. .. .Mr. Joseph
Holmes, who Is blessed with length
of years, is vgr ylll at the homo of
Miss Clyde Clark, where his wlfo and
daughters are giving him the best at
tention. Our hearts and those of hun
dreds of his friends, wo are sure, go
out in deepest sympathy and go up
in heartfelt prayer for the afflicted
husband and father.
Sunday will be quarterly meeting
day at the St. Paul A. M. E. Zion
Mrs. H. Smith, who has been visit
ing her sister and brother, Mr. and
Mrs. Jno. Cotton, 4020 Adams; has re
turned to her hpme In Lexington, Ky.
Mrs. Julia Evans of Harrodsburg,
Ky., is visiting her cousin, Mrs. W. G.
PinUard, 4022 Adams street.
The Steward Board met at Mrs.
Yeager's on New York street and en
joyed a four course lunch. . . ,Mrs. W11-,
Hams, Mr. Williams and-Mrs. Shep
herd of Kansas City, Mo., spent the
Fourth of July in Lawrence visiting
their sister and brother-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Bud Fuel....Tho Colored
K. P. of Lawrence are making prepa
rations to attend the Grand Lodge at
Fort Scott July 20 and 24..-Mr. Leo
nus Fieglns left'for Omaha, Neb., Sun
day evening...!, Miss Nellie Crutchfleld
is visiting her sisters, Mrs. W. C,
Brown and Mrs. Mason of, Lawrence,
Kas.... Miss Catherine Grand and
Miss Alma Robinson spent Sunday in
Torjeka.... Willie Wright spent Sun
day In Kansas City.... Mr. Herbert
Gleed was married In Denver, Colo.
Tuesday, June 30. He Is expected
home in a few days with his bride,
where he has a nice eozy bungalow
waiting, for them Mrs. Johnson
Smothers' daughter suffered a broken
arm Saturday afternoon at the plotilc
. . . .The Warren Street Baptist Church
gave a large picnic July Fourth In
Plnkney's Grove. A large and very
nice crowd was out.. . Rev. Smith's
son, Preston, has gone to Topeka on
A grand reception was given by the
S M. T. at Bamjng's Hall In honor ot
Rev. McNeal last Friday. .. .Mr. Leo
Baker attended .Church here Sunday
....Mrs. Z. E. Nelson is visiting Miss
Donor Walton at Reno this week..
Mr. Jas. Nelson was among the visi
tors Sunday. . . .Mrs. Effle Jones of At
chison and Mrs. Josle James visited
Mrs. Wake at Neely laBt week...,
Mr. Tom Nelson of Kansas City, Kas.,
visited relatives and friends here
Friday.... Mrs. C. Barnett, Mrs. B.
Williams are visiting parents here this
week. ...Mr. Al Miller and wife of
Kansas City, Mo., visited friends here
last week.... Mrs. Wake and daugh
ter lett for Indiana Sunday, where
they will make their future home....
;Mrs. Alex Jackson and son visited here
Sunday.... Mr. Ed. Winston and wife
vslted relatives ' here Saturday and
Sunday.... Mr. Guy Carper and
nephew Dorris of Topekn, visited his
sister, Mrs. Eugene Jarrett, Sunday
-. .t .Mr. Ephrlam Collins ot Leaven
worth spent Saturday with his daugh
ter, Mrs. Jno. Caldwell, Jr. Mr, A.
D. HInes of Kansas City, Kas., visited
his son, Mr. Willis Nelson, Sunday
..Mrs. Brookraan ot Kansas City,
Kas., Mrs. Mary Sharon and Gretched
Buford spent a few days with parents
Summer Tourist Fares
On Sale June 1st
Los Angeles and, San Francisco. $50.00
Portland and Seattle 60.00
Salt Lake and Ogden 30.50
Colorado Springs and
Nashville, Tenn. . . , 26.10
Chattanooga. , . ., 27.43
New York. ... ,, 43.00
Botton , 42.50
Atlantic City. . 43.00
Niagara Falls. . St. 31,10
Return Limit 60 Days.
, "THE LINES WITH THE SERVICE"
4 Trains Dally tolfit. Louis. . '
2 Trains Dally to Llttlo Hock and Hot Springs.
3 Trains Dally to Omaha.
3 Trains Dally to Joplln and Cartilage.
2 Trains Dally. to Wichita.
2 Trains Dally to Pueblo, Denver, Salt Lake
..... andTaclfle Coast.
It Ticket Offices
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Oasloy. ...Mrs.
Bertha Rogers vlsitod relatives horo
last week.... Miss Dorothy and Idol
Nelson of Reno spent the Fourth with
Miss Edna Hicks. v,Tho Punlor Prls
cilia Club gave a party In honor ot
Lulu Wake at the home of Mrs. Ar
thur Jninoa Thursday afternoon. A
two course luncheon was served....
Rev. S. E. Saunders Is visiting Kan
sas City this week. ...Rev. A. Smith
qt Kansas City, preached at the Irst
uoptist unurch Sunday.
To the Member of the Western Ne
gro Press Association:
I hereby call the Association to
meet In its ICth annual session In the
city ot Muskogee, Okla., August 18-19,
1914. All nowspaper men and women
are urged to be prosenti
A. J. SMITHERMAN, Pres.
Attest: Tulsa, Okla.
J.' D. COOK, Secretary,
One of the most beautiful weddings
ot the season was that of Miss Ber
nlco Anna Wright, the charming niece
of Mr. .and Mrs. Penn Hawkins of 409
East Elm street, Independence, Mo.,
and Mr. .Lionel Turnor, the youngest
son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Turner, also
ot Independence, which was solemn
ized at . 8 o'clock . Monday evening,
June 29, nt the 'M.. E. Church. Rev.
J. Will Jackson performed the1 cere
mony on the altar In front ot a cross
which was beautifully decorated. Be
foro the arrival ot the bridal party
Miss Flora Kyles played an Instrumen
tal selection and Miss Rowenla Brown
sang "O Promise Me," followed by the
wedding march played by Mrs. John
Wright. The bride, who was escorted
and 'given In marriage by her uncle,
Mr. Ike Wilson, of Kansas CJty, Mo.,
wore a "gown ot white silk with a
shadow lace bodice, and her veil of
tulle fell from a cap of point lace,
caught with a wreath of orange blos
soms. She carried a bouquet of bridal
roses. Preceding the bride was the
little flower girl, Voucllle Raglaln,
who carried the wedding ring con
cealed' in a bouquet of roses. The maid
of honor was Miss Mayme C Raglaln.
The best man was Mr. Percy C. Tur
ner, the brother of the groom. After
hearty congratulations were received
from their many friends, the happy
couple left "for their home, 409 East
Elm street, Independnnce, Mo. There
were many beautiful and valuable
presents received' said to be worth
over ?150. Their many friends wish
for them a long and happy married
On Wednesday, June 24, the Young
School Alumni gave a whist party
for the bride and groom-elect at the
residence ofMr. and Mrs. John De
honey. The prizes were won as fol
lows: First, Percy Turner; second,
Mr. Workman; booby, Mrs.t Minnie
Wilson. The suest prize which was
a hand-paint.ed' pin tray, was .present
ed to Miss" Wright. Punch, ice cream
and cake was served. Everyone had
a delightful time.
On Thursday, June 25, Mr. and Mrs.
John 'Wright gave a kitchen shower
for the bride-elect. Quite' a few use
ful things were brought.
On Friday afternoon, June 26, Miss
Leila Harrison, the niece of Prof. Har
rison and Miss Arvllla Gibson, gave
a linen shower for the bride to be at
the residence of Prof, and Mrs. Har
rison. The house was beautifully dec
orated. Cards were indulged In. Frizes
were won by Miss Ruth Harrison and
Miss Veta Garr.
On Friday evening, June 26, Mrs.
W. H, Harrison and Miss Nellie Rag
laln gave a reception for Miss Wright
and Mr. Turner at the former's resi
dence. Cards and dancing were the
amusements of the evening. All de
clared themselves elated over the de
lightful evening spent.
SMITH'S QUICK LUNCH
Meals at all hours 15, 20, 25 Cents
Lunches Put Tip
CHAS. F. SMITH, Prop.
815 Independence Ave.
Miss Lillle Page, advertiser and
agent for Mrs. Simpson's Vegetable
Salve and Hair Tonic, will give
treatments at 1730 Michigan avenue.
Simpson's Hair Tonic... 50c
Salve .j , 50c
Kansas City Agency, 1730 Michigan
avenue, Kansas City, Mo.
to September 30th,
Glen wood Springs, Colo
Ashvllle, N. C
Buffalo and Niagara Falls,.
Washington and Baltimore.
St. Paul, . t,
Minneapolis. . ,
Toledo ,' 27.00
Portland, Me .-, , 43.85
iviain.bireei, union uepoi.
and Washlpgton, Kansas City, Kas,''
Telephones 6327 Main, Home," 6740 Main, Sell,
R. T. O. MATTHEWS,
Assistant General Passenger Agent.
The Arcade Barber Shop
, Corner 16th and Vine Streets'
BLUFORD & DUDLEY, Proptrs.
Up to the Very Moment Sanitary in Every Detail.
. , , The Highest Class Service Guaranteed
y ' Elegant Appointed Bath Rooms.
Four Skilled Workmen Constantly
CALDWELL & CHAPMAN
Hast audi Miilmety
18th and Pasco, Kansas City, Mo.
Home Phone Main 7499-
Scalp Treatment a Specialty. Caldwell's Pomade and Tonic really
Grows Hair. Try it. Save your combings, cut hair
and any old hat you may have,
Hair Matched From Samples. Feathers and Hats Cleaned, Dyed and
Blocked. Agents for Spirplla Corets. Mall orders answered promptly
Combination Pneumatic Sweeper (
npHIS Swiftly-Sweeping;, Easy-Runniner DUNTLEY Sweeper
cleans without raising dust, and at the same time picks .up
pins, lint, ravelines, etc., in ONE OPERATION. Its case
makes sweeping a simple task quickly finished. It reaches
eve'n the most difficult places, and eliminates the necessity
of moving and lifting all heavy furniture.
The Great Labor Saver of the Home Every home, large or
small, can enjoy relief from liroom
the danger ot Hying dust.
Duntlcy is the Pioneer of Pneumatic Sweepers
Has the combination of the Pneumatic Suction Nozzle and
revolving Brush. Very easily operated and absolutely guar-
amcca. in Duying a vacuum Cleaner, wny noi give
the "Jjuntlcy a trial in your
Write today tor lull particulars ssfeS
Errierv. Bird. Thaver D.
Kansas City, Mo.
Boll Phone E. 4394Y
H Modern Builders Co.
A. E. ESTES, President
R epairing a Specialty
Estimates Cheerfully Furnished
' (The Modern Builders Co., are successors to)
A. E. ESTES
Contracting H Building Co.
nit nil s ito
Cut Rate Undertakers
Funeral Directors and Licensed Embalmers
"Do unto others as you would they
should do unto you."
Our Specialties , . -
LOW PRICES FIRST CLASS SERVICE1.
When in need of an Undertaker call and get our prices and
. - look over our stock bqfore going elsewhere.
Experienced and EDWARD JONES,
Practical Licensed Enhalmer, ' Manager.
HOME PHONE, 816? MAIS, BELL PHONE, IS63 GRAND.
The Star-Cleaners and Dyers, Mr.
R. L. Hopkins, proprietor, five years
at this location, 232G Vine street, wish
to take your measure for summer and
winter suits. Steam and French dry.
cleaning a specialty. Ladles' and gen
tlemen's clothes called .for and deliv
ered. We make a specialty of alter
ing Ladles' and Gentlemen's clothes.
Our work speaks for itself as well as
hundreds of .satisfied customers. If
you want good 'work at moderate
prices, give us a call. Bell phone,
East 1207-J. R. L. HOPKINS, 232C
LIVE AGENTS WANTED
the work we do
drudgery and protection from
home at our expense?
G. Co.. M-
Office 2460 Waldrond Ave
EUXSKA COMB COMPANY,