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' CITY NEWS. j
Mr. Joseph Nichols of Chlcngo, vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. Ousley, Kansas City,
Has., last week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Barton, 3110 Biiet
2tst street, will leave Sunday for Dal
ton, Mo., to visit relatives.
Mrs. Mary Hardy, 1211 B 21 st street,
has returned from Lincoln nfter a very
pleasant visit with relatives.
Mrs. Carmen Itackley, 2128 Harrison
street, Is visiting friends In Chicago,
111., OnyUia, Neb., and St. Joe.
Mesdames Suo Crowley and G. V.
Gamble left Wednesday for Richmond,
Mo., for a stay ot two -weeks.
Mrs. Charles A. Ousley, 11C Edgcr
ton, Kansas City, Kas., Is visiting her
father, Mr. Chrlsdell, Topclta, Kas.
Miss Ethel J. Crawford left Thurs
day for a two weeks' visit among
'friends' and relatives in Chicago, 111.
Mrs.. Ji Walton Coleman of StLouls,
lSj, spending the week end with Mrs.
Gertrude Tlbb, 1513 East 23d street.
Thomas E. Schumacher, Jr., who Is
taking a course In law In Chicago, was
in the city last week visiting his sis
ters. The Mt. Olivet Baptist Church, 23th
and Merslngton, will glvo a b'g basket
meeting Sunday, August 9. Take "7th
Dr. and Mrs. Lloyd E. Bailer arc
the happy parents of a fine son, Lloyd
Harding Bailer, born August 2d in
Rev. J. C. Bell, pastor of the A. M.
B. Church In Jefferson City, Mo., Is
visiting In the city, the guest ot Kev.
W. C. Williams.
Mr. H. M. G. Spencer ot JJakcrsfleld,
Cal., who has been 'visiting his moth
er and friends for tho past month, re
turned home Wednesday.
i 'vAraong the ushers at tho funeral
, services over the remains of Prof. J.
f Mj Greenwood, was Prof. R. T. Coles,
' principal of Garrison School.
Miss Glenle Henrietta Williams
stopped with Mrs. Thomas Golns, 318
West 18th street, while here on ac
count ot their brother's sickness.
Willie H. Washington left today for
Chicago, whore he will spend two
weeks visiting. En route, .he ,wlll
stop over at,St. Louis a few days.
The Second Baptist Church had a
very largo audience on lost Sunday.
The services were excellent, and Dr.
Bacote's sermon was very Impressive.
Mrs. Andrew J. Keith and daughter
left the 2Cth to spend three weeks vis
iting relatives and friends In St. Louis
They will stop on their return at
Mrs. Gertrude Tlbb, president of
Vine Street Baptist Church juvenile
choir, was taken very sick Sunday
night at church. The choir hopes for
her a speedy recovery.
Old houses made new; we will point
your house, ctop all kinds of leaks,
patch your porches and fix up your
steps for a reasonable sum. Call Dell
phone 2089W. James L. Blake.
Mrs. Fannie Dot3on of 131S East
ICth street, has returned from a very
pleasant stay of three weeks with her
daughters, Mrs. James L. Thompson
and Miss Dollle -Dotson, .Chicago, 111.
Allen' Chapel will resume work
up in her regular church house,
corner Tenth and Charlotte streets,
Sunday. Services at usual hours:
11 a. m. and 8 p. m. A committee
of ladles will serve ice cold lem
onade and .water at the closing ot
the morning services in the lec
Tho gentlemen are invited to
wear coat skirts.-
The minister will preach at both
services. Special music by the
Mrs. T. W. H. . Williams has re
j. turned from.Indepepdence, Mo., whore
sh'b attendeu " the " Doraestlo Science
i,r School 'for. two weeks. 'This school Is
a-branch ot tho Missouri 'State Unt
Mrs. May Woods and granddaugh
ter. Miss Mayme Lewis, 2314 Wood
land avenue, left Saturday to visit
Mrs. Woods' parents In Fallls, Okla.
They will also visit in Parsons and
Mr. and Mis. Mack Rlchey and
daughter Miss (lortrude M, Rlchey of
Wllllamstown, S. C, are visiting their
cousins, Mis. . Jlat.tle Wilson and
daughter. Miss Mao E. WUboii, at
1C03 Oak street.
Mrs. George Webster has returned
fiom Atchison, Kas., whero she went
as a delegate to the district House
hold of Ruth, No. 12, G. U. O, O. F.,
for Busy Bee Household of- Ruth, No.
3541 pf Rosedale, Kas.
-The soventh annual session ot tho
New Era Baptist Association, and the
Woman's Homo and Foreign Mission
nnd Educational Convention Will '.be
, held at the Second Baptist Church,
10th and Charlotte streets, August 13
to 18. Dr. O. T. Mosby, Recording
Iter. Dr. J. L. Morris, pastor of the
Klrat Street Ilaptlst Church, Victoria,
Texas, has been filling the pulpit of
the Metropolitan Bantlst Church the
last two Sabbaths, making a favor
able Impression on that Congregation.
They are. seeking a new pastor for the
church, Ilev, Dr. Morris Is one of the
b'tst Baptist prcacheis of Texas.
The members ot tho L. S. P. Club
hereby wish to announce to nil guests
who attended their party July 28th,
that the uninvited party In tho per
son of Bert Ford, who checked wraps
and chaiged for so doing, did so for
his own benefit without, their knowl
edge or authority.
(Signed) THE L. S. P. CLUB.
Dr. E. P. Moon, appointed by Gov.
Hatfield as a delegate from Mt. Hope,
West Virginia, to the Negro National
Civic Movement which convened at
the Gurrlson Field House this week,
Is a brother to Mr. W. C, Moon, man
ager oil tho Produco Market at 1335
East 18th street. Dr. Moon spoko
Wednesday night on tho "Scientific
Business Adaptation of the Negro."
Dr. and Mrs. T. C. Chapman have
returned after a delightful trip at
Camp Hope on Lake Olson, Minn.
Prior to taking the trip to Minnesota,
they 6pentA very pleasant week In
St. Louis, attending the Stato Medical
AsEOclation, and then Mrs. Chapman
was four weeks In Nashville, Tenn.,
settling the Caldwell estate. They
are now at home to friends and pat
rons. CARD OF THANKS.
We wiBh to thank the friends and
neighbors and especially the neigh
bors on Montgall avenue, also the
Pathfinders Club, for their kindness
and beautiful floral offering at the in
stance of the sickness and death ot
our husband, father and uncle, Mr.
J. S. Quarles.
MBS. J. S. QUARLES,
Mns. I. C. ROSS,
MISS BLANCHE QUARLES,
MISS ETHEL JOHNSON,
MISS CLAUDIA L. QUARLES.
HON. W. CLARENCE HUESTON,
the brilliant young Attorney of Kansas City who is Worshipful Master of Mt.
Qread -Lodge, U. D., which boasts of ninety members.
There Is a reason why the larger
per cent of Cabinet Stationary used
by Kansas City's "400" Is turned
from the Arthur W. Harris Printing
Establishment. First their " work
manship in this class of service Is
unexcelled by any of the larger ana
beet equipped printing establish
ments In' this city, sincu they all but
make a specialty ot this class of
work. Second, while their prices are
not always the lowest, they are al
ways thu fairest. They have "de
livered" with accuracy and despatch
to over 30 per cent of the classy
weddings and receptions during the
past year and nnw when a function
of class Is announced Its a ten-to-ono
shot that Harris will handle the
. On Wednesday evening the Social
Pathfinders were entertained by Mrs.
T. C, Uuthank at the beautiful home
of Mr. and Mrs. J., G, Groves, near
Edwardsvllle, Kas., on the new Bon
ner Springs lnterurban car lino.
About thirty-two young people from
the city were present, and were joined
by about twenty suburbanites. It 'was
Indeed the ,moBt delightful entertain
ment tendered the Pathfinders since
their organization, and they are en
thuslast'.c in their praises of the hos
tess and the spacious home thrown
open to them,
A short .pfogfam, Including Miss
Lewis, Miss Claudia Quarles, Mr.
Spruell, Mrs. Frrizier nnd Mr. Harris
-was rendered. Next meeting at Gar
rison Square,- Wednesday evening,
August 12. Election of officers. All
members should bo present.
Among the many pretty social at
tains of tho season was a mid-summer
party given by tho L. S. P. Club, who
entertained elaborately with two hun
dred guestsl at the Armory Hall, Tues
day evening, July 28th. Tho color
EChemo,waB pink Japanese- tissue Baal),
entwining each waist Hue. r "
Tho. grand march was led by Prof:
.Mortoa and :Madam M. Willis, who
.wore a beautiful gotfn ot whltd lace'.
Italian punch was served by tho little
Misses Myrtle Bnln and lluth Wash
ington. Music was furnished by Prof. Mel
ford. The parts WIS chaperoned by
Mr. nnd Mrs. Shorrll Brown, 032 Gree
ley avenue, Kansas City, Kas. Tho
members arp Misses Cora Black, Bosa
Busch, Berenice Isaacs., Bertha Hol
land, Nannio Isaacs, Maybelle Jack
son, Marjf'lA.', Johnson, EfTle Maxwell,
Inez Page, Nellie Plnkney, Ida Wil
liams, .Mnllnda Willis and Callle' Wil
liams. WORDS OF APPRECIATION.
More ' Mother' 'testify-" Merit i of
XXth Century Hair Preparations.
Nelson, Mo., Aprl 13, J 913.
Dear Madam Dabncy: 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
and2 boxes ot pressing oil. I like
the remedy Just One; I would not be
without It for anything. I am uslnc
it on my little girl's hair; it seems
to be helping It greatly.
MRS. ANN.A BRUNER.
Kansas City, Mo., Jan. 20, 1913.
Dear Madam Dabney: I am a moth
er of four girls. In trying to improve
their hair 1 had tried several prepara
tions, out none gave mo goou 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
bo without the XXth Century Prepa
ration in my house.
MRS. DORA HAWKINS,
2455 Woodland Ave.
A six week's treatment ot Madam
P. ' M. Dabney,a XXth Century Hair
Preparations' sent on receipt of P O.
money order of $1.25, or a single pack
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.,
ISOfi E. 24th St,, Kansas City, Mo.,
Persons living In Kansas Cliy who
cannot be supplied by their druggiet
will bo called upon by an agent on
dropping a postal card to tho above
address or calling Bell phone. East
PROO. GEO, V, STEVENS.
Dr. G. W. Stevens, the well known
and famqus spiritualist, can be con
sulted at his residence, 618 State St.,
Kansas City, Kan., any day from 8
a. m. to 9 p. ra.
STRICTLY MODERN FLATS
PROF. J. H. KENNER,
rast Grand High Prjcst and District
trlct of Missouri, .-
JAMES GREEN, ST. JOSEPH, MO.,
a familiar flguro at every Grand Lodge Session.
Tho Publisher You never wrlto any
moro funny stories about piano play
ing and players.
The Humorist No, my daughter has
started to take lessons.
Hart! to Choose.
He was an ardent fishermen
And longed to nsh,each day;
But ho was a real baseball fan
And couldn't Bet. awny.
"You want to win'your case, don't
you?" asked the lawyer of his balky
"Certainly I do,'v' replied tho client.
"Well, then, Hstpn to me. There
must be some lying done."
"Well, I'll leave everything to you,
Patience Did you eter notice how
sho appears to bo -perfectly at home
In the water
Patrlco-Yes, shb can swim like a
fish in tho water. f
"Sure, and wlgglejlko an eel out of
, Wear on the -Tongue.
Church It is saldpthat many of the
Sandwich Island women have their
husbands' names tattooed on their
Gotham If they talk llko some
women I know, it would speedily bo
worn off, I guess.
Redd This' paper.says the Ameer ot
Afghanistan owns 58 automobiles, and
he is forty-two. years old.
Green Well, wo've-Jcnown men to
own only, one' machine and feel older
tban tlialfr '
" L'sHe. Had It.
Dancingman O, have you como
across the latest sensation in danc
Hadlt Yep. TbaSjatcst one with
me is a sore foot, ? '
Can't Be Told Quickly.
"What.' did your wife say to you for
remaining : 'down tpttn so late last
night?" i! .
"Well, .If.you harief'an hour to spares'
I can Blve.ye.aajwpjof it."
Meandering Mike Here's a New
York druggist calling soap a luxury.
Weary Willie Luxury nbthln'; It'a
a, nuisance! Buffalo Express.
Deputy Grand Master of the Eighth Di3
THE OLD RELIABLE DRESSING FOR
KINKY OR CURLY HAIR.IT5 USE MAKES
STUBBORN, HARSH HAIR SOFTER, MORE
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FOR DANDRUFF, ITCHING OF THE SCALP
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BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.GET THE
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with CHARLES FORD'S
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- SOLD BY DRUGGISTS.
IF YOUR DRUGGIST CANNOT SUPPLY
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If you can be calm when excitement
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The Arcade Barber Shop
Corntr 18th and Vine Streets
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References: Commercial National' Bank, InSep'ondbnceKansas.
Commercial National Bank, Kansas City, Kansas.
. Rev. J. R. Richardson, President,
J Rev. "W. A. Bowren, Vice-President,
Rev. D. B. Jaekson, Treasurer.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS J P- Ewiug, Secretary and Manager,
George MeNeal, Assistant Secrotary,
J. C. Branch, Assistant Manager,
j Nick Chiles, Auditor.
I. V. Bradley, Attorney.
General Offices: 117 West Sixth Street H. P. EWING, Manager.
Agents: J. P. MAYNARD, 2330 Vine Street, Bell Phone, East 2330.
REV. G. T. MOSBY, 2404 Highland Avenue.
Poro hair dressing, hair weav
ing and facial massaging. Scalp
treatment a specialty. Mrs. E.
Norles, 1737 Paseo, upstairs.
E. EUGENE VAUGHAN.
MEMBER K. C. BUSINESS LEAGUE.
I have plenty of capital to build
bouses. Telephone me to-day. Kvent
ually you will. Estimates cheerfully
TO THE NEWLYWEDS.
While now your hearts are so joyful,
Take heed lest you forget,
That buying a borne today, for tomor
row, Is a step you'U ne'er regret.
Flist class " per cent mortenges for
4 looms, 25 ft .650.00. 550,00 down.
EUGENE EDWARD VAUGHAN,
Twenty-sixth and Parkway,
KANSAS CITY, KANSAS.
Bell phone. West 1757.
New and Second Hand
Goods Bought, Sold and
Boll Phone Eatt 3413. y
2122 Vine Street
WM. HOPKINS, Prop.
The Star Cleaners and.pyers, Mr. ,
XL li. Ilopklps, proprietor, five yearo
at this location, 232C Vino street, wish
to talio your measure foe summer and
winter suits. Steam and French dry
cleaning a specialty. Ladles' antl gen
tlemen's clothes called or and deliv
ered. We mako a specialty of niter
Ins Ladles and tientlcincn'a .cloflteo.
Our 'work spealta.-for itsolf as well net
hundreds of satisfied customers. It
you want good work at moderate
prices, glvo us a call. Bell phono,
East 1207J. II. L. HOPlCrNS.2320
Fancy Gowns a Specialty
I am ,prprmrd;to oi -j
ier ine puDiic tne oest
dralting and fitting.
Grnduato of ono of llio best white
downtown college. .
Will also teach Drafting.
Bell Phone East -i 139 W
Mrs. Lillie Williams
agi4 Woodland Avenup
KANSAS CITY, MISOURI
On Eighteenth in the
Fifteen Hundred Block
Every Negro Periodical,
Negro Pictures, Negro
Shoe Shining Parlor
5c. Every Day in the Year
11 ttJit 10lb Street.
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Our Mottof "Nothing but Tbc Pest"
Everything in Flowers
and Flower Designs
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k News Bureau
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made aorae of the moat
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