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Negro Business League of Kansas City.
F. J. Weaver, Pres.
E. A. Robinson, Secy.
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A. Robinson, Financial Secretary and Fiscal Acent. Bell rhone East 751
AUTHOR AND WRITER.
C. A. Starks, 1125 Vine street. Bell phone, East 112S-W.
Bob Iloblnson, 7 Passenger Car to Hire, 1219 Baltimore Ave. 'Day
Phone, Grand 3125; Night: Bell, East 1759; Home, Main 84G7.
Chas. Monroe, 2102 Woodland Auto & Ha'ck Service. Bell East 6194.
Jas. Cowden, 1617 E. 12th St. Automobile to hire. Bell East 26;
Home Main 1532. ...,
Wm. D. Foster Auto Co., 1423 Forest, hire and repair; office Bell
Grand 1G30W; res. phone Bell East 4417W.
Thomas Black, 7-Passenger Packard, Safety and Service. Bell, East
2833. Home, Main 6545.
Bessie Evans Cook Shop and Catering, 2428 Vine St. Bell phone,
Henry Compton, home bakery, 1512 East ISth.
Susie Owens, 2329 Vine.
George Purnell, 1312 Vino; East 4915W Bell.
J. G. Ashcraft, 911 Wyandotte. Bell Phone, Main 3S49. Residence,
2636 Highland; Bell Phone, East 490S.
Eureka Barber Shop and Pool Hall.
Jackson & Allen, 2401 Vine.
Jas. Cowden, 1617 E 12th. Barber Shop and Bath.
Burt Bros., 1422 East 18th St., Barber Shop and Pool Hall. Bell phone,
Wm. Lewis', Atlanta Pool Hall, Barber Shop and Bath, 1609-11 -E. 18th
St. Bell Phone, East 721.
William Dabbs, 1219 Baltimore; Grand 3125 Bell.
J. A. Jones, 1514 E. 18th St.; Home Phone Main 5119.
Palace Barber Shop, J. C. Hobbs, Prop., 1518 E. 19th St. Bell phone,
Wm. Stitts, Criterion Barber Shop and Pool Hall, 1717 East ISth St.
L. M. Townsend, Blacksmith, 1720 Lydla. Grand 1772.
Jas. Hopkins, 2325 Vine St
CAFES AND RESTAURANTS.
Henry Perry, Barbecue King, 1514 E. 19th St. Bell, East 2833.
Mrs. Glover and Daughter, 1413 Walnut Street.
S. Matthews, 1010 North 3rd St. Original "69" Barbecued Meats, Ice
Cream and Refreshments.
Mrs. E. Dora Thomas, 23 West 13th St., Spotless Kitchen, Steam Table
Service. Bell Phone, 2S63 Grand.
J. A. Reid, Daisy Cafe, 1610 E. 18th St.
Henry Compton, 1512 E. ISth St. Bell phone, East 618.
Mrs. King, Eighteenth and Paseo.
Mrs. H. W. Dotson, 1705 E. Twelfth St. Phone, Bell 2214
Madame U. F. Scales, Northeast Cor. 5th and State, Kansas City, Kans.
R, W. Alexander, 1619 E. ISth St. Barbecued Meats.
M. Hunter & Sbn, 1319 E. ISth St. "M. C. Lunch Room."
Dora Tllson, Baltimore Cafe No. 2, 575 Grand Avenue.
Mrs. Lyda Franklin, Lincoln Cafe, 1312 E. 18th St.
R. B. DaFrantz, Secy. Y. M. C. A., 1S30 Paseo. Bell, Grand 885.
Mrs. Lydla C. Smith, General Secretary Y. W. C. A., Fifth and State
Avenue, Kansas City, Kans. Bell phone, West 1566.
CLEANERS, DYERS AND TAILORSf
O. K. Cleaners and Dyers, guaranteed not to shrink any garment we
dye, 1113 East 18th; Bell Grand 2437.
R. Bennett, 1515 East Eighteenth; East 4746 Bell.
J. F. Basil, 1609 Main; Main 6449 Home.
John Holmes, 1903 Vine.
Wortham Bros., 1222 E. 19th St. Bell Phone, Grand 3933-W.
G. W. Golden Steam Dye Works, 1605 East 18th; Bell East 639.
R. L. Hopkins, 2326 Vine St. 'The Star." Bell Phone, East 3135.
David M. West, 1718 Euclid Avenue. Phones, Bell East 3555; Home,
Henry Parks. 1509 East Eighteenth; Main 4905 Home, East 45 Bell
M. I. Warfleld, C. M. E. Church, Kansas City, Kan.
Preston Kyles, 1310 Minnesota Ave., Kansas City, Kans.
C. J. Ferguson,416 New Jersey Ave., Kansas City, Kans.
F. D. Wells, Bethel A. M. E. Church, 24th and Flora.
G. E. Arnett, 14th and Spruce, Baptist Church.
Rev. G. H. Daniels, 2313 Vine Street. Home phone, Main 5618.
E. N. Cohron, State Baptist Missionary, 708 North 24th St., St. Joseph,
Mo. Phone 2137.
J. R. Ransom, Pastor A. M. E. Church, Sth and Nebraska, Kansas City,
Kans. Bell Phone, West 2904.
S. W. Bacote, Pastor Second Baptist Church, Kansas City, Mo. Bell
Phone, East 3522.
G. T. Mosby, Pastor Greenwood Baptist Church, 18th and Terrace,
W. H. Thomas, Pastor Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church. Bell, Main 3660.
J. W. Hurse, Pastor Saint Stephens Baptist Church. Bell, East 4090.
W. A. Bowren, Pastor First Baptist Church. Bell Phone, West 3510.
Lee H. Mills, 10th and Euclid Ave., Kansas City, Mo.
Rev. G. E. Arnett, 14th and Spruce, Baptist Church.
Rev O. T. Reed, State Baptist Church Convention and Twin City Min
isters' Alliance Secretary.
Rev. W. C. Williams, 17th and Tracy Ave., Ebenezer A. M. E. Church.
Rev. T. A. Wilson, 1747 Bellevlew Ave.. Grand 2668.
J. M. Booker, Pleasant Green Baptist Church. Res., 595 Tracy.
J. W. Clay, King Solomon Baptist Church. Res., Bell, West 1434.
D. B. Jackson, 8th Street Baptist Tabernacle, 710 Freeman. Bell,
G. McNeil, 211 Garfield. Bell, West 1999.
J. M. Gilbert, First Baptist Church, Bonner Springs, Kans.
C. C. Callaway, Pilgrim Baptist Church.
Rev. A. A. Harris, Second Christian Church, 2220 Michigan.
COAL. FEED, ICE AND KINDLING,
I. B. Blackburn, 1612 N. 9th St., K. C, K., Bell phone, W. 1576.
J. H. Hall, 1208 Vine.
Herman Klnslee, 2012 Harrison; Grand 2766W Bell.
E. A. Salisbury, 2206 Vine; East 879 Bell.
R. Williams, 1815 East Seventeenth.
Hopkins Bros., 2323 Vine.
W. H. Lambright & Sons, Coal, Ice and Feed. Bell phone, W. 1923.
1020 North 3d street, Kansas City, Kas.
C J-West, Contractor, General Repair 1419 East 18th St. Grand 885.
in Day, office 1426 E. ISth street. Bell phone, Grand 1413.
Wm. T. Garner, contractor and builder, 1728 Woodland; Bell E. 4741 W.
A. E. Estes, 2460 Waldron. Bel 1, East 4394-Y.
Leon H. Jordan, 712 East 12th SL Bell Grand 2873.
W. R. Nelson, 1322 Pacific Street,
C. S. Page, 1514 East Eighteenth; Main 5119 Home.
William Sprangles, 2224 Vine St., Countee's. Phones.
W. L. Hayden, cor. 4th and Minnesota. Bell, West 823. K. C, K.
T. C. Chapman, 1505 East Eighteenth; East 798 Bell.
A. II. Hudson, 2330 Vine; East 2330 Bell.
McQueen Carrion, 18th and Paseo. Bell Phone, E. 144. ' Home
Phone, Main 3490.
H. D. Voorhles, 600 Minnesota Ave., Kansas City, Kans. Bell Phone,
Mrs. Blanche Page, Dressmaker, 2413 Vine St., Bell Phone, East 3192.
Miss Georgia Coleman, 1510 E. 18th street.
Palace Drug Store No. 2, E. S. Lee, 1611 E. 18ti St Bell Phone
Peoples Drug Store, M. H. Lambright, Mgr. Bell Phone, East 1814.
Home Phone, Main 4382.
McCampbell & Houston, 2300 Vine street, and N. W. Cor. Howard and
E. S. Leo Pallace Drug Store, 19th and Vine. Both phones.
Ideal Pharmacy, 1532 E. 12th Street. Bell phono, East 26"; Home
phone, Main 1532.
DRY GOODS, GENT'S FURNISHINGS, NOTIONS.
Taylor Holmes, Ladles' and Gents Furnishings and Notions, 2409
Vine St. 1 .
Mrs. Josephine Abernathy, Ladles Furnishings and Notlont, 2413
Vine street. Bell phone East 3192,
EH Harris, 2333 Vino St
Afro-American Employment & Inr. Co., 911 McGee. Both phones.
EXPRESS AND BAGGAGE.
B. A. Robinson, 2413 Montgall Ave. Bell, East 764.
C. Washington, 1326 Highland. Home phone, Main. 5119.
Crosthwalte Floral Co., 1611 E. 18th St. Anna J. Carter, Lila H. Swan
, and Minnie L. Crosthwalte. Bell Phone East 3813.
Weaver Floral Co., 1510 East 18th St Main 7555 Home; E. 4798 Bell
It, M. Furniture tc Repair Co., Lewis Townsend, 1720 Lydla Ave.
Bell phone, Grand 1772,
C. C. Simons, 528 Lydia Avenue. Bell, Main 3692.
H. J. Splgener & Sons, rhllllps School Grocery. BelLPhono, E. 3679-W.
W. C. Carroll, Groceries, Ico Cream and Refreshments, 2120 North 3rd ,
St., Kansas City, Kans. Bell, West 1Q53. , '
Abraham Clark, 2831 East 54th St '"-''
O. E. Arnett, 2200 East Twenty-filth.
R. Mason, 1905 Vine.
J. U Matson, 19th and Grove. Bell Grand 1417-X.
Geo. M. King, 1208 North 9th' St., Kansas Clty,,Kan. Bell Phone,
West 3597. '
J. H. ClayboUrrie, 10th and Washington Blvd. Bell phone, Wqst 2682.
E. Johnson & Son, 852 Freeman Ave., Kansas City, Kan.
C. L. Williams, 1608 E. 24th St. Bell Phone East 1437W.
Mnrsball Wilson, 2644 Woodland. Bell, East 1493.
HAIR AND SCALP CULTURIST.
Mrs. Lena B. Downs, 422 Haskell, Hair and Scalp Culturlst. Bell,
Laura Jacobs, 120 Mills St., lifJsedale, Kansas.
Madame Grant Jones, 5th and State Ave., Kansas City, Kans. Res.
Phone, Bell, West 3716-J.
Mrs. Ella Neff, 1714 E. 18th St., Bell phono East 412.
Mrs. C. E. Taylor, Poro & Scalp Treatment. Bell, East 1927-W.
J. H. Simmons, 916 Oak; Main 4072 Bell.
Hotel Woods, 721 Charlotte. Lewis Woods, Prop. Bell Main 2078.
Madame S. A. Bell, Hair Culturlst and College In Connection. 923
ICE CREAM PARLORS.
D. M. West, Eureka Ice Cream Manufacturing Co., 1718 Euclid , Both
Phones, Home Main 1169; Bell, East 3555.
Flora Johnson, 1003 North 3rd St. Meals, Confectioneries and Re
Charles Slaughter, 9th and Everett, Kansas City, Kans. Ice Cream
Manufacturers and Refreshment Parlor. Bell Phone, West 455.
Ernest W. Williams, 2721 E. 54th St.
Standard Life Insurance Co., General Office, Atlanta, Ga. Heman E.
Perry, president; Harry H. Pace, secretary; G. F. Porter, super
intendent local branch, Kansas & Missouri; T. A. Ross and
Charles C. Buster, assistants; P. K. Brown, uperlntenJent Health
& Accident department; W. L. Robnett, assistant superintendent;
1607 E. 18th St. Bell Phone East 4955.
H. Walden, 2442 Montgall, 1607 Enst 18th St. Bell, East 4955.
Health and Accident Dept., Standard Lire Ins. Co. Bell, East 4955. .
H. D. Simmons, 1S32 Vine. Phono EastS87.
J. W. Golden, 1612 Lydia. Grand 3631.
E. A. Robinson, 2413 Montgall. Bell, East 754. Special agent Stan- '
dard Life and District Mgr. Continental. . .
W. J. Dixon, 2S2S Cleveland Avenue.
J. A. Wilson, 1616 W. 9th St Bell' Main 6453-Y.
HAIR DRESSING AND MILLINERY. i
Madame N. P. Jones, Beauty Culture,, Hair Goods, etc., 2110 Vine
Btreet. - '
Mattle P. Garner, electric stralghtenelng, comb and hair goods; Bell
East 4741W. '
Chapman, & Caldwell, ISt hand Paseo. Phone East- 79S.
Eva P. Washington, 849 Freeman Ave., Kansas City, Kans. Bell phone,
L. W. Johnson Offices, 325 New York Life building, Steln-Mlller build
ing, corner Sixth and State. Bell phone, West 938; Residence,
Judge I. F. Bradley, 721 Minnesota Ave., Kansas City, Kan. Rooms'
5 and 6. Bell Phone, West 2335.
William B. Bruce, Attorney-at-Law and Counsellor. Phone, Home
Main 5478; Office, 117 West Sixth Street.
Chas. H. Callaway, 117 W. 6th. Home Main 68.
W. .C. Hueston, 117 W. 6th. Home Main 58.
L. A. Knox, 117 W. 6thSt Home Main 5478.
Dorsey Green, 516 Minnesota Ave. Bell, West 424. '
B. A. Shackelford, 51C Minnesota Ave. Bell, West 424.
I. H. Spears, ISth Paseo. Bell, East 1690.
J. E. Lalng, Human Hair, Hair Dye, Hair Dresser Supply and 'Hair
Dressing School in connection. 1715 3. 18th St
O. K. Williams, Registrar, Western University, Kansas City, Kan.
Mrs. Francis J. Jackson, Inspector, 2434 Montgall. Bell East 3942.
Amus Barnett, 1230 Forest; Main 5018 Home.
R. C. Holland, 2423 Grove Street.
S. J. Hightower, 2436 Highland.
John Thomas, 425 Waverly Way; South 5087W Bell.
H. T. Keallng; Western University; West 4480 Bell.--
Henry P. Ewlng, scientific farmer, 1105 Woodland.
Wm. Sprangles, milk and butter, 53rd and Montgall; Lin. 750 Home.
D. W. White, "White's Furniture Exchange." Bell West 483, 423
Minnesota avenue Kansas City, Kas. . -
Mr. T. G. McCampbell, Custodian Western University Grounds,
Phono, West 1454.
John Acy, Glacier, plasterer and plumber, 1405 Spruce.
Independent Printing & Publishing Co., Kansas City, Kas. 110.3 N.
5th Street. C. A. Young.
Beulah Douglass, Music. 16 North Mill St., Kansas City, Kans. Bell
Phone, West 2297. ,
Winston Holmes, Piano Tuner, Case Reflnisher, Action Regulator and
Player Piano Expert. Home, Main 8864. Office, 926 McGee.
Samuel S. R. S. Stewart, 1714 South 4th Street, East,, Salt Lake City,
NEWSPAPERS. The League Enterprise, newspapers, notions and stationary; shining
parlor. C. A. Starks, Prop., 1521. E. ISth St Bell Phone.
N. C. Crews, Kansas City Sun, ISth and Woodland; East 999 Bell.
Rev. J. Frank McDonald, Western Christian Recorder, 2517 Grovo Bt
Bell phone East 48S.
PAINTERS AND PAPERH ANGERS. '
T. H. Bailey, 911 McGee St. Bell phone, 'Main 751.
Dr. E. A. Walker, office and residence, 1426 E. 18th. Home Phone
M. 8071; Bell G. 4332.
W. Hubert Bruce, 1512 East Eighteenth Street Home phone, Main
4620; Bell phone. East 3151.
Luclan P. Richardson, 2439 Waldron. Bell phone, East 2627.
Henry W. Dlllard, Graduate PhJJ., 1512 North 5th St, Kansas City,
M. H. Lambright 1508 East 18th; Bell East 144; Home Main 3490.
Dr. Theo. A. Fletcher, 1300 E. 18th .St. Bell Phone, Grand 792, Office
and Residence. Also both phones at Dr. Theodore Smith's Drug
M. L. Fllnn, pharmacist 1301 East 18th.
L. E. Bailer, N. W. Cor. 12th and Vine. Bell East 232.
Howard M. Smith, 1509 East 18th St Bell East 495.
Wm. J. Thompklns, 1609 E. 18th St Bell East 495.
L. J. Holly, 1117 Campbell. Bell phone, 783 Grand.
E. J. McCampbell, 2302 Vine street. Bell phone, 501 East
M. G. Brooklns, Northwest Corner 24th and Vine Sts. Bell phone,
J. Edgar Dibble. 19th and Vine. Bell East 887.
J. E. Perry, 1512 E 18th St. Bell East 3151. Home East 4620.
Jas. F. Shannon, N. E. Cor, 18th and Paseo. Bell East 670.
T. C. Unthank, 1112 Independence avenue. Both phones, Main 7488.
W..W. Montgomery, 400 Minnesota Ave., Kansas City, Kans. Phones:
Bell, West 2302; Home, WeBt 478.
J, Franklin Wilson, 1317 North 10th St., Kansas City, Kans. Bell
Phone, West 2249. Res., Bell West 3734-R.
Thos. A. Jones, Sputheast Cor. 18th ana raseo. Phones: Home, Main
5807; Bell, East 6069.
A. D. Bradbury, 821 Independence Ave. Bell Phone, Main 4438.
Lee R. Petty, 516 Minnesota Ave., Kansas City, Kans. Bell Phone,
M. B. Jones, Eye Specialist, 1419 East 18th St Grand 2243.
R. C. Hayden, cor. 4th and Minnesota Bell; West 823, Res., 1403
North 10th St. Bell, West 3739-R. "' , t
E. B. Ramsey, northwest cor. 18th and Paseo. Office, .Bell, Grand
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL PRODUCE AND POULTRY MARKET.
S. M. Steele, 29 Sloan Avenue, Quindaro, Kans.
PHOTOGRAPHERS. v .
Charles Williams 1015 Oak; Main 3164 Bell
C. Bruce Santee, 1718 East lSthSt "Photo Fad." .'?
PIANO SALESMAN, '
J. H. Malone, Talking Machines, Etc. Bell, East 4573-W.
O. A. Franklin, 1409 Main; Grand 2988 Bell. , -
John H. Falrloy, Square Deal Printing Co., 1731 Lydla Bell phone
Grand 1C47-Y. "V"
William Hopkins Afro-American Investment Co. -J .
J. Dailas Bowser, 2400 Paseo. Bell Phono 3705 W Grand.
F. J. Weaver, President Afro-American Inr. Co., 911 McGee St Bell
Main 751. '
The Ward & Samllngton Investment Co., Bell Phono East 4294Y.
Patterson' & Gaydeir, 627 State Ave., Kansas City, KanI Bell phone, t
West 215; Home phone, West 503.
W. M. Johnston, rental agent; Main 7655 Home; Main 751 Bell.
W, G. Mosely, Ivanhoe Investment Co.. 2220 Woodland avenue.
B. E. Vaughns, 26th and Parkway, Kansas City, Kan. Bell, West 1757.
People's Investment Co., Solomon' Smith, Pres; It. D. Jackson, Sec;
C. H. Adkins, Treas., 2427 Vine fit. Home, Main 920-S. Bell
. ' . Phone, East 1011.
Goo. W. Edwards, Moberly, Mo. '
1 PROBATION OFFICER.
' Edward Ross, 1419 S. 18th St. Bell Grand 885.
REGALIAS, BADGE8, ETC.
Moses Dixon, 1217 Woodland; East 3797 Bell,
SHOE SHINING PARLOR.
Moses Fields, 614 Main,
A. W. Williams, General Repairing, 1960 N. 3rd St, Kansas City, Kans.
H. Shumakor, Ladles' and Gents' Shoo Shining Parlor, 1702 E. 18th St.
Temple Shoe Store, G( A. Page, Prop., 1507 E. 18th St.
SIGN PAINTER AND SCENIC ARTIST.
Geo. W. Martin, 1812 East 17th St. Homo Phohe, Main 1133.
Harry E. Taswell, Artist, Sign Painter, Paper Hanger. Res. 2400
Flora. Office and Shop, 1803 Vine St.
Thos. Bass, Dealer in High Class Stock, Mexico, Mo.
Woody B. Jacobs, 2056 North 3rd St., KansaB City, Kans. Bell, W. 3112.
J. P. King, Sumner High School, Kansas City, Kans. Res., 916 Everett.
D. G. Watson, 1906 E. 24th St.
J. Silas Harris, 1611 Forest, President National Negro Educational
Congress and Principal Sumner School.
R. T. Coles, Principal Garrison School, 2327 Lydla; Grand 1851 Bell.
W. T. White, manual training, 1612 Lydla; Grand 3631 Bell.
G. A. Page, 2419 Flora. Bell B. 601. Principal Attucks Scnool.
T. W. H. Williams, 1323 Jackson. Bell E. 3259-Y. Principal Bruce
Chas. A. Westmoreland, 2325 Lydla. Bell Grand 1320-W. Lincoln High
R. G. Jackson? Music, 631 Nebraska. Bell, West 1032, Kansas City. Ks.
J. L. Williams, Old Kentucky Theater, 1702 West 12th St
Homer Roberts, "Dixie Theatre," 2411 Vine St.
The Exact Transfer Co., Pianos a specialty. R. R. H. Gordon, Mgr.
Move everything. Office 926 McGee. Home, Main 8864. Res. 1708
E. 14th St. Home, East 1909.
Lewis Townsend, 1720 Lydla Ave. Bell, Grand 1772.
Geo. Jones, 1008 McGee. Home Phone, 6188 Main.
W. Lee Whibby, 18th and Forest Home phone' M. 4023.
R. W. Elmore, 1607 Harrison street
A. B. Hun, northeast cor. 7th and May. Home, Main 7261,
H. B. Moore, Undertaker. Bell, Main 3398. 1031-33 Independence Ave.
Wyatt & Randolph, 920'N. 3rd St., Kansas City, Kans. Bell West 2569.
C. H. Countee, 2220 Vine St. Bell East 3336.
' Watklns Bros. & Co., 1729 Lydla. Telephone Grand 987.
People's Undertaking Co., 1211 East 18th; Phones, Bell Grand 1665;
Home 8163 Main. Edward Jones, Mgr.
Jno. W. Jones, 440 State Ave., -Kansas City, Kans. Both Phonos,
THE VALUE OF PROPER
Will Open on
Monday, September 28, 1.914
at Macon, Mo.
Here the .student will find a pleasant and comfortable home, thorough in
struction, good discipline and Christian culture, at low rates.
For further particulars address
J. H. GARNETT, President
WESTERN COLLEGE, MACON, MO.
" SAVE MONEY ON PRINTING
Have it done by ,
THE SQUARE DEAL PRINTING CO.
Efficient, Practical Printers Can do it Cheaper, Quicker
1731 LYDIA AVENUE
Home Phone, 2783 Main. Bell, Grand 24S6J
J. Walter Buchanan, Manager
. J. L. Washington, Ass't , J. E. Fairley, Prop.
TREAT YOUR SCALP, AND HAIR MUST
' GROW! GOOD NEWS FOR OUR WOMEN
The Brice Afro-American Scalp Food and Always Young
Cream is too' well known for better recommendation here. We
know as millions of others will testify that my Goods grow Hair
even when all other preparations fail , I manufacture prepara
tions according to what the scalp nee'ds and will send you the
Goods that will be necessary to cure YOtTR scalp, for there are
no two scalps alike.
Have you Eczema of Tetter?
Have you Dandruff? Does
your hair break off at times?
Is it harsh and stubborn, and
are youwannoyed with Itching
of your scalp? If so, write for
Mme. W. H. Brice's Wonderful
Afro-American Scalp Food and
Hair Grower, which will posi
tively cure all scalp trouble and
start your hair growing at once.
These remedies are manu
factured only by W. H. Brice
Mfg Co., 804 Tremont Street,
Boston, Mass. Formerly of In
A six weeks trial treatment
for Two Dollars, mailed to any
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Brice. Send stamp for reply.
, Agents wanted.
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Face and Scalp Specialist
Write for Terms. Bier Profits.
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Brice's Snow Bloom Liquid Face Powder, 50c. per. bottle.
uuv-to iiuu j.cu, per. dox. ,
- Brice's Corn Cream, 25c. per. box.
T3nn T) ' r 1 fl.
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Remember the name and number, MME. W. H,
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TheJBrice Mfg. Company's Branch Offices, where you can
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J. J. Howe Drug Store, Tremont & Cabot St, , Boston, Mass.
i" dice's Dandruff Cream, EOc per box.
Brice's Bone and Nerve tlnament, EOe per bottle.
.Brico's Eczema Scalp Latloji, 50c per box.
Brice's Gray Jlail Hestorer,25o per package. ,
Brice's Dusting Powder for tired feet, lEo per package. ( ,
' Brice's Best Face Powder, in three colors, 25c per box.
Brice's Afro-American Scalp Food, 4 boxes for One Dollar, no less sold,
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(By Dennis's. Thompson.)
Home Is the first and most Import -ant
school of character, and it Is
thero that every individual receives
their, best moral training, or their
worst, for it is there that is imbibed
the principles ot conduct which en
dure through manhood and cease only
It is1 a common saying that "man
ners make the man," and thero is a
second that "tho mind makes the'
man," Cut truer than either Is a third
that "homes make'the man." For the
home training Includes not only man
ners and mind, but character as well,
and it Is mainly in tho home that the
heart 1 opened, the habits 'are form
ed,' the intellect Is awakened, nnd
character moulded for good or for
From this source, be it pure or im
pure, issue the principles and maxims
that govern society. Law itself Is but
the reflex of homes; the tiniest bits
of opinion sown in the minds of chil
dren, In private life, afterwards issue
forth 'to tho world, and tiiScome' Its
public opinion, for nations are gath
ered out of nurseries, and they who
hold the leading strings ot children
may even exercise a .greater power
than those who wield tho reins of
The child's character Is the nuc
leus of the man's; after all, education
is but superposition; the form of the
crystal remains the same. Thus the
saying of the poets holds true in a
large degree, "The child is the father
of the man"; or as Milton puts it,
"The childhood shows the man, as
morning shows the day." Those im
pulses to conducts which last the
longest and are rooted the deepest,
always have their origin near our
birth. It Is then that the "germs of
virtues or vices, of feelings or senti
ment are first Implanted which deter
mine the character of life. Thus
homes which are nurseries of children
who grow up into men and women,
will be good or bad according to the
power that governs them. Where the
spirit of love and duty pervades the
home, where head and heart hear rule
wisely there, where the daily life is
honest and virtuous, where the gov
ernment is sensible, kind and loving,
then we may expect from such a home,
an Issue of healthy, useful and happy
beings, capable as they gain the requi
site strength, of following the foot
steps of their parents, of walking up
rightly, governing themselves wisely,
and contributing' to the welfare of
those about them.
On the other hand if surrounded
by Ignorance, coarseness and selfish
ness, they unconsciously assume the
same character, and grow up to adult
years rude, uncultivated and all the
more dangerous to society if placed
amidst the manifold temptations of
what we call civilized life. "Give
ycflr child to be educated by a slave,"
said an Ancient Greek, "and instead
of one slave you will have two." The
poorest dwelling, presided over by a
virtuous, thrifty, cheerful and cleanly
woman, may thus be the abode of com
fort, virtue and happiness; It may be
the scene of every ennobling relation
In family life; it may be endeared to
man by many delightful associations,
furnishing a sanctuary for the heart,
a refuge from the storms of life, a
sweet resting place after labor, a con
solation in misfortune, a pride in pros
perity, and a Joy- at all times.
The good homo is thus the best of
schools, not only in youth, but also in
age. Thero young and old beat learn
cheerfulness, patience, Belt-control
and the spirit of service and of duty.
The home is the true school of cour
tesy, of which woman is always the
best Instructor. Philanthropy radi
ates from 'the home as from a center.
To love the little platoon we belong
to in society is the germ of all public
affections. The wisest and best have
not been ashamed to own It to be their
greatest joy and happiness to sit be
hind the heads of children in the in
violate clrcl? of home.
The best regulated home is always
that in which the 'discipline Is the
most perfect, and yet w'here It is the
least felt. Moral discipline acts with
tho force of a law of Nature. Those
subject to it yield themselves to it
unconsciously; ,and though it shapes
and forms the whole character, until
the life becomes crystallized In habit,
the influence thus exercised is for the
most part unseen, and almost un'elt.
It is a fact yery much to be regret
ted that so many parents,' and chil
dren as well, do not recognize the
value of proper training In the homo.
We have about come to the place
where the church, the school, the
home and society have become slaves
to the children, Instead of the chil
dren profiting through the Influence
wielded by the various branches cf
religious and educational uplift.
In many Instances the parent gives
the child the proper home training,
but they are handicapped -because of
outside Influences that are generally
exorcised by persons of ill designOne
fact, however, stands out in 'bold ra
ljef, which cannot be disputed, and
that is we are not placing enough
race literature at the disposal ot our
children. If the child has no Tsnowl
edge1 of the higher achievements of
the race, and the best offorts that are
being ,put forth by the race, what in- -terest
can It have In the better order
It is the duty of parents and those
having the care of children, to im
press upon their minds, the Import
ance of .working for higher things; it
it Is noticed that a child has some
good work in it, which study and la
bor might bring out, teach it the value
of self-deulal and the application ot
Its "energies to the culture ot Its In-1
tellect. It is astonishing how much
carefulness, thrift,- the reading of
proper books and diligent application
will help such children onward.
T09 many parents expect the wmld
outside to do for their children what
ought to be done in the homo. .