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THE KANSAS PITY SUN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1919.
From Our Foreign Correspondents
A. F. & A. M., Missouri Jurisdiction
Officers 1919.
W. W. Fields, Cameron, Mo., Grand
Master.
C. C. Clark, St. Louis, Mo., Dep.
Grand Master. t
Igrnest Boone, Louisiana, Mo., Sen
iorGrand Warden.
I. H. Bradbury, St. Louis, Mo., Jun
ior Grand Warden.
II. H. Walker, St. Joseph, Mo., Grand
Treasurer.
Georgo W. K. Love, Kansas City,
Grand Secretary.
Nelson C. Crews, Kansas City, Re
lief Secretary.
E. G. Lacey, Kansas City, G. L. 1st
District.
E. J. Cooper, Mexico, Mo., G. L., 2d
District.
OFFICERS OF GRAND CHAPTER,
R. A. M.
Missouri and Jurisdiction, 1919.
T. G. McCampbell, G. H. P., Quln
daro, Kans.
A. L. Thomas, D. G. H. P., Jeffer
son City, Mo.
J. P. Moffett, G. King. Sedalla, Mo.
S. A. May, G. Scribe, St. Louis, Mo.
Charles Grlggshy, O. Treas., Liberty,
Mo.
E. S. Baker, G. Secretary, Kansas
City, Mo.
OFFICERS OF GRAND COMMAND.
ERY, K. T.
Mlssurl and Jurisdiction,
1918-1919.
Jos. II. Sherwood, R.E.G.C., St. Paul,
Minn.
G. Washington Lewis, D.E.G.C., St.
Louis, Mo.
C. Urasfield, E.G.G., Kansas City,
Mo.
B. F. Graves, E.G.C., General, St.
Joseph, Mo.
Thomas A. Marshall, E.G.S.W., St.
Louis, Mo.
Wm. Lamb, E.G.J.W., Kansas City,
Mc.
W. A. Ashley, E.G., Prelate, St.
Louis, Mo.
J. H. Kenner, E.G., Treasurer, Mar
shall, Mo.
Robt. A. James, E.G., Sentinel, St.
Louis, Mo.
James T. Connor, E.G., Recorder,
St. Louis, Mo.
Lodge Directory
Rons Lodoa No. Sfi. A. F. and
A. M., meet the 1st and 3rd
Monday In each month. All
Master Masons In good standing
welcome. F. A. Mcwiniams, w,
M.; C. H. Countee, Bec'y.
Liberty Lodge No. 37, A. T.
and A. 1L, Liberty, Mo., meets
the 2nd and 4th Saturday
nights In each month. Nelson
Wallar, W. M.; Robert Dodd,
secy.
St. Stephens Chapter No. 37,
Rovnl Arch Masons. Liberty.
Mo. Meets first Tuesday In
each month. Nelson Waiiar
H. P. Wm. Capps, Recorder.
St. Matthew Commandsry
No. 17, Liberty, 11a, neata
the third Saturday nlgbt.
V. I. Starka, E C; IT. U
Robinson, Ilea Beery,
E. A. Walker Lodge No
257, U. B. F.. meets the 2nd
rana fin fTiaays oi tne monui
yet xvii Aucmgao Ave. i. n.
iittoberuon, w. M., mo is.
-S16th St. W. W. WaUtlns.
55 Sec 16J9 Virginia.
MASONIC BUILDING ASSOCIATION
T. G. McCampbell, President
E. B. Thompson, Vice President
W. H. Washington, Treasurer.
W. H. Brown, Secretary.
Board of Directors:
W. G. Mosely, S. Myers,
W. H. Brown. E. S. Baker,
W, It. Patterson. M. W. Wilson,
B. IL Francis. Richard Harris
E. S. Miller, R, Fulbrlght
Soil P. Edwards,
Meets second and fourth Tuesday
In each month.
CHURCH DIRECTORY.
Greenwood Baptist Church, 18th and
Clark Chapel M. E. Church, 1661 Madl
eon Avenue.
tietnel A. M. E. Church, 2Uh and Flora.
tn. Diepnen s uapust unurcn, D4 char
lotte St.
Centennial It. E. Church, 19 th and
Second Saptiat Church, 10th and Char
lotte.
Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church, 10th and
Charlotte.
Sbeneiei A. M. E. Church, 17th and
Tracy.
SL Augustine's P. a Church, 11th and
XToost Avenue.
St. John's A. 11. E. Church, 1743 Belle
flew.
Seventh Day Adventlst, 23d and Wood'
land.
St. Monica's Catholic, 17th and Lydla.
Vine St. Bantlat Church. 1S2S Vina Rt-
Ward Chapel A IS. E. Church, 11th and
woodland Ave.
Morning star Baptist Church, 2311 Vine.
Highland Avenue Baptist Church, 1111
Highland.
St. James A. M. S. Zlon Church, 1823
Woodland Ave.
Second Christian Church, 2th and
rv uuuiauu.
Friendship Baptist Church. Seventeenth
ana xracy,
C. M. B. Church, 1817 Horn Ave.
St. James Baotlst Church. 4039 Mill Bt
SL Luke's A. M. E. Church, 43rd and
rruspoci x"jace.
KANSA8 CITY. KAN. CHURCHES.
Church of the Ascension Episcopal
rhtrd. and Stewart, Kansas City. Kans.
First A. M. B. Church, 8th and Neb.
Eighth St. Baptist Church, 8th and
Oakland.
Metropolitan Baptist Church, 8th and
TvasninBton.
Bethel A. M. B. Church, Water and
Iteward Streets.
Bt. Paul A. M. E. Church, 21st and
First Baptist Church, 6th and Neb.
King Solomon Baptist Church, 3rd and
.fltate.
Qumdara A. M. B. Church, Qnlndara.
neasant Valley Baptist Church, Ko
4ala, Kan,
if. E. Church. Ith and Oakland.
Becond Baptist Church, 24th and 'Ruby.
Wesley Chapel V. XL, 108 Shawnee.
Bethel A. M. JC Church, Rosedale- Kan.
Tabernacle Baptist Church. 19 Muncte
Mvd., Anaotresx, Kaaa. XUT. D. Nor
ttoet. Baatar.
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COLUMBIA, MO.
Mrs. Russle Williams entertained
eight tables at cards Wednesday even
ing In honor of Miss Mable Thurman
of Kansas City, Mo., and Mrs. Beatrice
Gray of Marshall. First prize - was
awarded to Prof. E. O. Boone, Jr., con
solidation to Mr. Sam ONoal and
guest prizes to Miss Mable Thurman
and Mrs. Beatrico Gray. After every
one had spent part of the evening at
cards .the hostess summoned all to
their seats and the following menu
was served:
Lobster- Salad on Lettuce Leaf
Salted Wafers Olives
Sweet Gherkins
Saratoga Chips Frozen Punch
After which there was dancing until
the wee hours of morning to the music
furnished by Mrs. Williams, player
piano Miss Mable Thurman and
Mrs. Beatrice Gray left for their
homes in Kansas City and Marshall
Saturday morning. .. .Quarterly meet
ing Sunday was quite a success at SL
Paul. During the day $115.00 was
raised. This i3 due to our hustling
pastor, Rev. M. S. Bryant. Wo pre
dict for him glorious things for his
flock. He Is here for good to the
Race as a leader as well as spiritually.
Watch for the returns of his big rally
in May We are glad to announce
the marriage of Mr. Hubert Cochran
of Columbia anil Miss Sarah Crawford
of St. Louis on the 12th inst. in St.
Louis at the residence of Mrs. Sinie
Jackson. 1S21 Goodo avenue. They
left Immediately for Columbia where
they will make their future home
Mr. Clarence Cameron White and Mr.
Thcs. Taylor appeared before a Co
lumbia audience Tuesday, February
ISth, under the auspices of Amos John
son Chapter O. E. S. to a packed house
and held the people spellbound till the
finale Prof, and Mrs. J. E. Jones,
Mr. C. C. White and Mr. T. T. Taylor
were the dinner guests of Mrs. Annie
Fisher Tuesday evening Dr. L. E.
Hill of Booneville attended the re
cital Tuesday evening Mr. V. F.
Venerable passed from this life Sat
urday morning and his funeral was
held Tuesday afternoon at the A. M.
E. Church Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Wil
liams and Mr. and Mrs. S. Logan Wil
liams received happy tidings from
their son and brother, Corp. Jas. Wil
liams, in Paris, France Subscribe
for The Sun. Call 384.
MANHATTAN, KANSAS.
Mrs. Addle Dillard went to Chicago
to visit her sons.. Mrs. Haydee Camp
bell, our W. C. C. S. worker, is ill.
We wish for her a speedy recovery.
W. A. Busch worshipped at Wamego
Sunday There was a program at
Camp Funston Wednesday evening in
honor of Lincoln's birthday. Many
Manhattan people participated In the
program Mrs. Pryor's sister, Mrs.
Smith, passed through Manhattan
Thursday from Ft. Riley en route to
McPharland. where she will visit her
mother, Mrs. N. Lax.... Mrs. C. V.
Dawson went to Kansas City last
week. ...The pastor and members oi
the Second Baptist Church were well
pleased with the success of their re
vival. They have Rev. J. W. Hayes
of Leavenworth, Kans., an able speak
er. Rev. Hayes preached with such
power he Is reviving the entire city.
Their collection Sunday was $55.05.
There were four additions to the
church The College Girls met
twice last week and organized a club
known as the PI Delta Theta. The
officers elected were: President, Miss
Edlena Onell; vice-president, Miss
Beck; assistant secretary, Miss Hat
Ethel Garrett; secretary, Miss Helen
tie Reynolds; corresponding secretary,
Miss Awilda Brown; treasurer, Miss
Ruth Gardenshire; chaplain. Miss
Katie Roberts; sergeant-at-arms, Mrs.
Naomi Keene Sirs. Harrison Camp
bell entertained the college students
Monday evening at the Phi Beta Sigma
Fraternity house. All of the students
were present. Ice cream and wafers
were served at a late hour. Mrs.
Campbell left Wednesday morning for
Sailna, where she and her husband
will make their home. .. .Misses Mat
tie Jackson, Cordelia Masterson,
Gladys King. Gladys Beck and Helen
Beck rendered several musical selec
tions at Lincoln Day program at the
Knights of Columbus hall, Camp Fun
ston. Mr. S. E. Carey delivered a
wonderful address. Other members
of the party were Mrs. Haydee Camp
bell, community worker, and Rev. Hen
derson of the A. M. E. church. Din
ner was served the guests after the
program.
BOISE, IDAHO.
By Vera Allen Smith.
The contagious diseases called
Spanish Influenza, which has caused
so much disaster, Is slowly but surely
calming down. Boise may be called
lucK', for among the race there has
been only one case of Influenza and
tha one did not prove fatar. . . .We are
having wonderful spring-like weather,
which may be the cause of the influ
enza decrease On last Sunday
evening Rev. King officiated at tbe
A, 51, E, Church, illustrating wonder
fully two beautiful pictures, Daniel in
the Lion's Den and tho Hebrew Chil
dren in tho Fiery Furnace. The con
gregation sat spellbound while the ser
mon was carried on 5fr, H. B.
Smith Is 'still Dn'th'e- mend.,.. Mrs.
Anna B. Price, who was called to this
city to atend the funerals of her fath
er and mother, Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Smith, left Saturday afternoon for her
home In Portland, Oregon.
LATHROP, MO.
Mesdames Coleman and Atchison
spent Sunday with the Misses Grahum.
Robert Lee Jackson of Camp
Funston spent Sunday with his moth
er, Mrs. Harriett Madison Mr.
U. S. Childress, who has boon work
ing In Kansas City, is home on tho
sick UsL.....Mr. Merritt McGmder
and daughter, Mrs. Geo. Tillman, wero
called to Des Moines on account of
the illness of Mrs. Iva Ligon. They
returned Sundav night, bringing her
two little children with them.... Mrs.
Goldte Ligon received word that her
husband was seriously wounded Au
gust 24 Mrs. Geo. Powell, Mrs.
Bell Pierce and Mr. Sam Mitchell
spent Sunday In Plattsburg Prof.
B. B. Tully has been quite sick
Mr. Wesley Whltsett has been on the
sick list but is Improving Mr.
Alvis Scott of Cameron spent a few
days with his daughter, Mrs Mary Bog-
gess....Mr. H. W. Hicks received a
letter from her son, Sergt. John Hicks,
saying ho will be home in April.
SALINA, KANS.
The "Emergency Board" of the A.
51. E. Church held a Valentine enter
tainment Friday evening. Valentines
were bought, mailed and dell' ered and
in spite of the severe storm e . erybody
present enjoyed themselves Tho-
men of the "Temple" gave a Valentine
Social at their hall on Friday evening
which was enjoyed by a large crowd.
A musical program was rendered and
a delicious supper served Rev. O.
H. Burbridse opened a revival at the
A. 51. E. Church Sunday evening and1
met with good success the first night.
Four persons wished to become full
members and several came forward
for prayer Great preparations are
being made by the ladles of the Bap
tist Sewing Circle to hold a Bazaar
at their church basement on Friday
evening, February 21. Wo all wish
them much success In their work
5Irs. Howard from Kansas City, Kan.,
daughter of Rov. Barksdale, Is in the
city visiting Mrs. 51. S. Jennings, 80S
W. Prescott avenue.
MAR VVILLE, MO.
5Irs Lena 5Ioseley returned Thurs
day from a visit In St. Joe and Kansas
City 5Irs. Ida Fields is visiting in
St. Joseph The Old Folks Concert
given by the Trustee helpers, under
the direction of 5Irs. E. O. Boone, took
in $47.30 and cleared $40.22. They
bought a beautiful Communion Set for
the church and had a telephone put
in the parsonage 5Ir. Joe Graves
is visiting relatives here Little
Helen Jackson has been ill but is much
better now 5Ir. Wm. Slitchell went
to Clarinda Tuesday to see his father
who is ill Mrs. Frankie Tillmna
is visiting in Oregon, Mo Rev.
Harris is holding sen-ices this week
at the Baptist church. Rev. Harris is
the guest of 5Ir. and Mrs. B. F. Smart.
Miss Laura Carter returned to
Kansas City after a pleasant visit with
relatives Rev. L. P. Bryant held
morning services in Savannah, 5Io
5Irs. W. A. Mitchell had as dinner
guests Sunday 5Irs. Montgomery and
Mrs. Boone 5Irs. Wilson had as
dinner guest Sunday Mrs. Bryant.
WEIR, KANSAS.
The Central school will entertain
Friday night with a program which is
promised to be very Interesting. The
lollowing guests are Invited: Dr. H.
T. Geeder and wife and Prof. W. F.
King of Pittsburg. 5rrs. Geeder will
render a piano solo Rev. F. H.
Prentice, 5Irs. A. R. Phillips, 5Irs.
Johnnie Geer and 5Ir. Will Dalley have
all been on the sick list.... Mr. Jack
Stewart Is still very sick and Is not
expected to live Rev. Prentiss
preached a soul-stirring sermon Sun-
jday at 11 o'clock. His subject was,
I "How Shall I Know Them?" Rev.
Prentiss is expecting his father, ilev.
Joseph Prentiss, of Birmingham, Ala.,
to come and assist him in running a
revival In Weir soon.
NORBORNE, MO.
Misses Audrey Clayton and Lillla
5fay Thornton are two of our most
industrious young ladies Tile en
tertaimnent given by the girl pupils of
Douglass School was a success....
The teachers and pupils of our School
gavo a Valentine party John Ford
is expected home soon Miss Ber
tha Davis was an invited guest to a
banquet in Richmond last week
Rev. Slier preached two excellent ser
mons last Sunday.
MACON, MISSOURI.
(By Mrs. A. R. Fox.)
The attendance of Bethel A. 51. E.
Sunday school 1b increasing rapidly
It being necessary to again make a
now class. Mrs. 5fadge Clarke being
selected as the teacher of this class..
There will be a .Martha Washington
tea party at the Baptist church Feb
ruary 21st Sir. Steve Slarteen is
quite ill at his home.... Rev. P. C.
Crews, P.E., of the Hannibal district.
conducted a very successful quarterly
meeting at Hannibal last Sunday....
Slisses Annie and Lizzie Windsor en
tertained Sirs. Lillian Booker at din
ner Sunday. .Rev. Rogers of the Bap
tist connection lectured 'at tho Baptist
church on Wednesday evening. . Tho
Stewardess Board of Bethel A. M. E.
church -will givo a sheet and pillow
case entertainment Friday evening,
March 14th, instead of tbe 7th, as prev
ously announced Sirs. S. E. Crows,
who- has been quite ill, Is some bet
ter. ...Tho Sowing Circle of Bethel
A. 51. E. church was very beautifully
entortalned last Thursday ovenlng by
Sirs. Annlo Slao SIcNutt. After the
work hour a delicious two-course lunch
was served. Tho circle also met on
Friday afternoon and after the work
hour dainty refreshments were served
by tho hostess, Mrs. Susie Trice
"Homo Ties," a drama which will be
given by the young people under the
direction of Sirs. A. R. Fox, promises
to be a splendid one. The drama will
be given Friday evening, Slnrch 2lBt,
at the church. No one should fall to
seo it.
HELENA, MONTANA.
By J. E. W. Clarke.
"Every potter praises his own pot
and tho more if it be cracked."
The Pleasant Hour Club is blessed
with an increased interest on the part
of Us members with the passing of
each week. Tho meeting of the 12th,
at the residence of Sirs. George SI.
Lee, Sr., was well attended and the
paper, "How Success Is Won," by
Sirs. Robert Houston, contained gems
of serious thought and was highly In
structive. Light: refreshments were
served by the hostess.
Sirs. Julian Anderson was hostess
at an elaborato course dinner com
plimentary to Sirs. W. R. Edwards of
Anaconda. A low1 crystal bowl of
loautiful violets and marigolds deco
rated the center of a table with cov
ers for the following guests: Sir. and
Sirs. A. G. Dorsey, Sir. and Sirs. John
B. Reed, Sir. and Sirs. J. E. W. Clarke,
Slesdamcs Louise J. Harrison and
Sarah Slorris; Slessrs. Spencer Smith
and Julian Anderson, Jr. Slaster Page
Anderson, chief servitor, mastered
the intricacies of the elaborate serv
ice with the deftness and coolness of
an expert of years' training, while his
younger brother, Joe, rendered valu
able assistance. Sluslc and conversa
tion followed, and the 10th was de
clared a memorable occasion.
Rev. and Sirs. George F. Slartin,
Sir. and Sfrs: Nathaniel Ford, and Sir.
Rowe Slurrell were guests at a four
o'clock dinner February 9th, by Sir.
and Sirs. Robert L. Houston, Cannon
boulevard.
Sirs. Fannio Hughes of Seattle,
Wash., Is making an extended visit
with her cousin, Sirs. Arthur E. Sic
Glnnls. Sir. and Sirs. Judge D. Hart enter
tained at dinner Rev. and Sirs. II. C.
Parsons, Rev. and Sirs. George F, Slar
tin, Rev. E. B. ftYed of Butte, and Sirs.
Louise J. Henderson, on the 11th. .
Sirs. K. C. Smith, who Is now in St.
John's hospital, is continually Improv
ing. Sirs. Louise Walker and Mrs. Callie
Bramwell entertained Mr. Junius San
ders as a dinner guest on the 9th.
"Lee's Orchestra" is very much in
demand these days. Their latest suc
cess was at the Montana Club.
SIlss Emma Dorsey was on the sick
list last week.
A budding institution Is the 20th
Century Club, which will make its ini
tial bow to Invited guests, at a full
dress ball on the 7th of next month.
Senate Bill 81, by Edwards, relat
ing to discrimination, at this writing,
is in the hands of the judiciary com
mittee. The Cantata, "A Child Shall Lead
Them," given with such success at St.
James A. 51. E. Church on two occa
sions was written by Sirs. Slary E.
Clarke.
Rev. E. B. Reed was in town last
week working for the interest of S. B.
SI, by Edwards.
Corporal Royal I. Parsons, in a let
ter to his father, Rov. H. C. Parsons,
intimates that he will soon bo head
ed in the direction of tho U. S. A.
Corporal Parsons, who Is in Company
C, 317th American Tr., 92d Division,
says life was not more than a gamble
during the four months of actual serv
ice on three fronts Vosges sector,
Argonne and Sfetz. The last named
place Oiey were driving on when the
armistice was signed.
WESTERN UNIVERSITY.
Lillian Hatcher.
Sir. Craver from Y. SI. C. A. head
quarters, was al welcome visitor last
week.
The debate, the feature of the Feb
ruary Rhetorlcals, was well attended
in view of the Inclement weather.
Through no fault of the Judges, resi
dents of tho Kansas CItleB, two were
not present and members of the fac
ulty kindly consented to act. Tho de
cision was rendered in favor of the
Junior class, represented by Slessrs.
Wilson Green and Frank Brown, Their
opponents were SIlss Novella Patton
and Sir. James Russell, The argu
mentative ability evidenced on this
occasion was highly creditable.
We wero favored lost week by a vis
it from two members of the Legisla
ture, Sir. N. L. Johnson and Dr. L. I
Uhls. After inspecting our plant they
met the students In chapel and ex
pressed themselves as highly pleased
with what they had seen and tho ex
cellent manner In which President
Peck is handling the school's affaire.
Several selections wero given by ,the
students, 'among those singing being
-Miss Slot en and Sir. Cogswell. Prof,
CrewB was called upon the reply to
the addresses of the representatives,
which he did to tho entiro satisfaction
of the institution as well as our hon
ored guests.
March Rhetorlcals, Friday, March 7.
ROSEDALE, KANS.
Revival services nro in progress at
tho Pleasant Valley Baptist Church.
Everyono is invited to como and tako
part with us in cur offort to save sin
ners. Tho pastor delivers soul-stirring
sermons each ovenlng and tho choir
furnishes impressive music. SIlss
Julia Riloy is playing for us and wo
hope tho people will como and help
mako this one of tho greatest revivals
this city has ever known Sirs.
George Turner is somewhat indis
posed There will bo a Union Meet
ing -at tho St. Paul Zlon Church Sun-
da yaftornoon, February 23, to which
tho public is invited. .. .The Pleasant
Hour Club entertained' a laige number
of guests Friday evening at a recep
tion. The affair was given at tho
residence of Sir. and Mrs. Dan Allen.
A splendid program was as follows:
Sirs. J. H. Thornton, Blnster of Cere
monies; Prayer, Sirs. Joseph Collins;
Song; Reading, "Speak Up, Ike, and
Spress Yourself, Mrs. John Ralls;
Instrumental Solo, Sirs. Dan Allen;
Vocal Solo, Mrs. S. Duckctt, and wel
come address by the president, Mrs.
Victor Smith. Sirs. J. L. Pearson dis
tributed tho Valentines. Mrs. Fred
Smith presided over tho punch table.
Tho house was beautifully decorated
with potted plants and cut flowers.
Tho club colors were carried out in
the refreshments and an enjoyable
evening was spent.
LINCOLN, NEB.
By W. W. Blosley.
Slessrs. I. B. Smith and T. T. Sic-
Williams spent last Friday night at
Beatrice where they aided in the or
ganization of a local N. A. A. C. P
with a membership of about 19 per
sons. Addresses wero given by sev
eral persons In co-operation with the
effBrts put forth and the organization
has a bright future Sirs. Clara
Shipman is confined at home with Ill
ness Sirs. A. L. Williams was
called to St. Joseph, SIo., last Friday
on account of her mother's illness
Sirs. H. SI. Williams entertained a
number of friends to dinner last Fri
day night in honor of her husband,
H. SI.'s 68th birthday. Those present
were: Sir. and Sirs. D. E. Nichols,
Sir. and Sirs. L. P. Gates, Sir. and Sirs.
W. W. Slosley, Mrs. Laura Johnson,
Sirs. A. L. Corneal, Mrs. Vennel, Sir,
W. A. Johnson and P. R. Williams.. . .
Sirs. Alien nrrived in the city fromi
Enid, Okla., Slonday to visit her
daughter, Sirs. Herman L. Hale
Sir. and Sirs. W. H. Nelson lingers
very ill and in dire circumstances
Sir. Harrison Sillier left this week for
Alberta, Canada, to reside for a while.
. . . .Sir. T. G. BlcCampbell, G. H. P. R.
A. 51. of Kansas City, SIo., visited
Amaranth Chapter No. 54, O. E. S.,
and Lebanon Lodge No. 12G, A. F. &
A. 51., this week.... 51. Cohron Is yet
confined with illness.
ST. JOSEPH, MO.
Sir. Beverly Hullum is critically ill
at his home on Rosene Street Sir.
and Sirs. Lawrence SIcGee of 423 E.
Augusta Street, aro the proud parents
of a fine baby boy Sir. and Sirs.
Joush Jones are the proud parents of
a baby girl. .. .Sirs. Victoria Oliver,
who has been ill for some time, is
much improved at this writing
Sirs. Smith Crews is confined to her
bed this week Sirs. Lillian Byruna
has returned to Kansas City to resume
her studio in dress making. .. .The in
fant daughter of Sir. and Mrs, Russell
Smith died at the parents' home last
Slonday Bishop AVatkins of Kan
sas City was in St. Joseph a few days
last week Sir. Chas. Johnson has
returned home from Chicago, 111.,
where he spent the several weeks
with his brother. He witnessed the
return of the famous Illinois Regiment
in Chicago and said it was tho great
est demonstration ho had ever wit
nessed Sunday was Quarterly
Meeting Day at Holsey Chapel and
was a day long to be remembered. Tho
spirit was high. Rev. R. P. Tyler, the
Presiding Elder, preached two excel
lent sermons and Rev. J. B. Walker,
pastor of the A. SI. E. Church, preach
ed a splendid sermon at 3:00 P. SI. at
which tlmo the church was filled to
its capacity. His choir furnished mu
sic for tho afternoon. In this our
First Quarter Holsey Chapel went
Over the Top. They raised $100 Gen
eral Assessments Our revival be
gan Sunday; Rev. J. H. Reynolds of
Sedalla, SIo., will assist Master
Sherman Hannan, 18 years old, son of
Sirs. Sloore, died at the home of his
parents on 9th St., Sunday at 10:00
o'clook. Funeral services were from
the home Tuesday afternoon. Rev.
C. II. Blacksher officiating Mrs.
Lizzie Smith of Holton, Kan., was in
the city a few days' last week on busi
ness SIlss Bessie Woods is on the
sick list Sirs. Louise Williams is
confined to her bed SIlss Bertha
Taylor has gone to Hiawatha, Kan.,
to remain indefinitely Sirs. W. H.
Jackson has returned from Oklahoma
where she was called to attend the
funeral of her brother and nephow,
who died of influenza Sirs. W. H.
Turner Is visiting In Richmond, SIo,
BACK AGAIN.
Sir. J. T. Black, pioneer in
Auto Livery, announces that he
Is again serving the public. Safe-
ty In service Is his motto.
Call Bell phone East 5131, or
residence phone East C90.
Peoples Drug Store
Northeast corner of Eighteenth Street and the Paseo
For fourteen years we have serv
ed you. We have never substi
tuted nor given you an inferior
article. We carry everything
in the Drug line, all the latest
and best toilet articles. We
deliver anything to any part of
the city - - promptly - call us up.
PHONES
Bell'East 1814 Home East 4082
ONLY ONE
The history of Kansas City records but one Teal, legitimate,
ompetent, established Negro jeweler, and he is
J. A. Wilson
&t 1616 W. Otti St. Half block west of Wyoming St
Mr. Wilson sella
Diamonds, Watches, Clocks and Staple Jewelry
:: and ::
Guarantees to the public satisfactory and proper treatment.
BELL PHONE, MAIN 3859.
Bell Phone E. 4394R
E Modern
A. E. ESTES, President
Genera Oontracting
Repairing a Specialty
The LaBelle College
emporium
L
Mme. S. E.
1607 E. 18th St Kansas City, Mo.
THE STAR HAIR GROWER
A Wonderful Hair Dressing and Grower
1,000 AGENTS WANTED
Good money made. Want agents In
every city and village to sell the
STAR HAIR GROWER. This la a
wonderful preparation. Can be used
with or without Straightening Irons.
Sells for 25c per box, one 25c box
will prove Its value. Any person who
will use a 25c boxVill be convinced.
No matter what has fallsd to grow
your hair, Just give the
STAR HAIR GROWER
a trial and you will be convinced.
Send 25c for full sized box.
If ou wish to be an Agent send
$1.00 and we will send you a fall
Supply that you can begin work at
once; also agents terms.
Send all money by Money Order to
THE STAR HAIR GROWER MFGR.
Box 812 urtensboro, N. C.
Office 2460 Waldrond Ave.
Builders Co.
and .Hair Dressing
Manufacturers of Human Hair
goods In all styles, viz:
Switches, Hair Puffs, etc., Wlgo
and Toupes made to order.
French ventilating on net.
Match any shade of hair. We
guarantee to grow 4 Inches ot
hair In six months with our
Electrio Scientific Method. We
guarantee to cure all scalp dis
eases, viz: tetter, eczema, ring
worm ot scalp, etc., with our
scientific preparations, It used
according to directions. For all
styles of artistic hair dressing
for special occasions see Mme.
Latng.
We teach Hair Dressing, Wis
Malting, Hair Manufacture,
Manicuring and Facial Mas
sage. Special inducements to
apprentices.
AQENT8 WANTED
everywhere to handle our La
Belle Preparations and Hair
Goods. Manufacture
. J
LAING &CO.
Bell Phone, East 2508-W.

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