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T1IB KANSAS CITY gDN, SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1919.
With Your Money Invested, 'tis Most Unwise- ToDrift Along and Not Advertise
R. L. HOPKINS
Tailor and Cleaner!
We arc now in a position to offer the public more efficient
service in our tailoring department having recently added a
modern pressing machine which will enable us to more than
double our work.
A Full Line of Dry Goods and Nations in Connection.
R. L. HOPKINS, Prop.
2416-2418 VINE STREET
Bell Phone, East 4242J. R. L. HOPKINS, Prop.
Do you need money
We have plenty of money to loan
to rooming house keepers on snort
time. Must have reference.
can obtain a loan through our
agency and pay It back by weekly
IF YOUR HOUSE NEEDS
repairing, painting or papering, get
loan and DUt in
Our Business Is Strictly
Bell Phone, Grand 4204.
Home. Delaware 950.
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MRS. DAISY FOSTER DREW
Our Ideal Hair Grower positively promotes a beautiful growth of
hair, removes dandruff and relieves Itching scalp. Ideal pressing oil
. makes the hair soft and glossy. Agents wanted everywhere. Call and
be convinced. 1215 Paseo. Bell Phone East 4067M.
Mme. Eliza Dlshman, Demonstrator and Instructor
DeNeal Modern Method of Beauty
Culture and Hair Growing Special Scalp Treatment
Combings Made Up.
MANICURING AND FACIAL TREATMENT
"DENELS," a real Hair Grower, stops itchy scalps and falling
hair, nourishes the roots, increases circulation, refreshes and in
vigorates giving an abundant growth. No straightening oil needed
with "DENELS." The straightener and grower all in one.
151SIE. 12th Street
W. H. RAYNOR,
2442 Highland Ave.
Bell Phone East 538S
9 to Us. a.
2 Is 8:30 p. m.
DR. A. A. MAYER
Prescription Glasses Prescribed
2111 1-2 Vine Street,
Kansas City, Mo.
Bell Phone E. 4631
Gray Hair Ages Your Face 10 Years
Thomas' Hair Dye is absolutely harmless
and will make the hair grow. Sold with a
money-back guarantee. All colors. Price, $1.50.
samples, Uoc com, 10c postage.
If you have any kind of scalp trouble, de-
I scribe your physical condition and a stamp will
bring you literature. Individual attention to
sach case. Don t pin your faith to dreams and
ignorant superstition. There is a reason for all your ills
and a cure for most of them. May I be of service to you?
MME. ALYCE II. THOMAS
3427 VERNON AVENUE CHICAGO, ILL.
:: The Old Reliable
j Pays Highest Cash Prices for
Rags, Iron, Metal
1006-8 North Third Street
Kansas City, Kansas
That if a certain school warm's
dresses continue to grow shorter,
they'll soon bo nothing but girdles.
-That cuspidors should bo put in
the "Y" for those Negroes who, per
sist in disKustlnelv oxnectorntlnfr nn.
on the roof of the building adjoining
it on mo south (which must bo ob
served by all persons going to the
Cafeteria), or they should bo com
pelled to wear muzzles the- whole
tlmo they aro within the building.
Amen, children, amen.
That a certain woman advised all
her neighbors to givf their husbands
"lovo powder" if they felt that they
were losing some of their affection,
and one little newly-wed gave her
husband so much that ho discovered
it in his food. He at once got busy
to "clean house." T.he advistor now
says that it works backwnrd when
too much is given.
deputy on salary, and he is making
good. Mr. Barbour is right on Peu
uty N. S. Adkins' heels. Ho is ono
of the best Insurance agents ever in
the employ cf this company. Mr. Ad
kins Is on higher ground of Wood
craft. Mr. Campbell and his assist
ants aro offering $50 in gold to the
person or Church that will get fifty
members by the 29th of April.
Nelghtbor J. W. Long, Commander
That the preacher who takes a
little nap at a brother's house in his
absence is taking a mighty risk.
Thta If women were firemen all
the men In town would go to every
firo to see them handle the "hose."
That the man who waits for an
opportunity never gets there as quick
as tho man who makes an opportunity.
That there is no place like home,
but it usually takes a married man
ten years to find it out. Well, not
the Kansas City married men,
That a well known Colored wo
man's "bank" bursted tho other day
and caused much weeping and walling
as well as the loss of fifty dollars.
It was in her stocking. We now warn
the women to beware of lisle thread
banks. If you have no other place
to keep your money, bring It to Detty
That a well known woman was
heard to say: "I Just can't associate
with anyone but professional people."
Well, she doesn't have time, because
Betty and Sam saw her five days
in the week "busting suds" in white
That a dainty little tiling who has 1
been telling all her girl chums that'
what a royal reception she was going I
to give her intended when ho arrived
home from France received a letter
from New York tho other day saying
that ho had been discharged and had
Immediately sailed f.or Franco where
ho had married a Inarming French
girl a few months ago. That was too
bad, wasn't it?
-Call West 380.
More than six hundred tickets have
already been sold for the drama, "The
Traitor," at the Auditorium Theater,
March 14th. Among thoso who have
boxes and sections are Mesdames Hat
tie Donald ami party, Lutle Sewell
and party, Mrs. Edward Black and
party, tho Odd Fellows' choir, Kow
pie, Graceo, Sorosis, Athenaeum and
Hesperian Clubs, the Women's
League, the Women's Self Improve
ment Club and six clubs from Ebe
nezer A. M. E. Church.
THE AMERICAN WOODMEN DE.
LIVER THE GOODS.
Tho American Woodmen paid off a
claim before tho body was deposited.
Neighbor George Parks joined the
American Woodmen August, 1918, and
died February 25, 1919; was an em
ploy of tho St. Louis Smelting Com
pany, Collinsville, 111. He carrier a
policy with the American Woodmen
and his endowment was paid to his
mother, February 27. You can see
by this the advisability of paying up
your dues so that if anything happens
your beneficiaries will receivo their
endowment at once.
Recently Mr. E. Barbour was em
ployed by Mr. W. A. Campbell, Super
visor of the American Woodmen as a
MR. W. A. CAMPBELL,
Supervising Deputy American Woodmen.
of Camp No. 5, with the Vice Com
mander, T. A. Jones, and the Secre
tary, Neighbor Maude Jefferson, and
other official members, are doing
great work In Woodcraft in Kansas
City. The members aro writing up
moro members for tho American
Woodmen than the salaried Dep
uties. Our monthly financial report pushed
$500, and by 1920 we will be $1,000.
Why? Mr. W. A. Campbell and his
assistants rejoice in paying their
claims. That's what the people like.
Tho American Woodmen feel honored
to have Mrs. Ida M. Beck a member
of this grand old Insurance. They
will obligate her the flrst Tuesday
in March. All members that want to
tako part in tho 19th Anniversary on
the 29th of April, come to the hall
Tuesday night, March 4, and let us
make that one of the greatest events
in the history of woodcraft
W. A. CAMPBELL,
Phones, East 4648, Office; Resi
dence, East 1880.
FOR THE SUN
Dr. Hurso has tor sometime been
the distributor of Mackey's Wonderful
Rbelmatic cure has recently purchas
ed outright tho formula for compound
ing the same and now has tho sole
rights for the manufacture and distri
bution of this wonderful preparation.
This is tho only ten days' cure on
the market taking ten days for rheu
matism two hours and Immediate re
lief for neuralgia, forty-eight hours for
lumbago, one week for throat trouble,
ten days for asthma and all pains and
stiffness in the body, ten days for lung
trouble In first and second stage and
a guaranteed remedy and destroyer
of appendicitis, absolutely guaranteed
under the Pure Food and Drug act,
serial No. 44333.
Sold only by Rev. J. W. Hurse, D.
D., at his Laboratory and residence,
1205 Michigan Ave., Kansas City, Mo.
Bell phone East 4880. $1.00 per bot
tle Agents wanted. Orders out of tho
city 25c extra for postage.
March 21. 1918.
Havlnir bouprht a bottle of Mackey"B
Liniment of Miss Tooley and tried It for
Rheumatism on my son, found It all that
was needed. I will recommend It to any
one for soch troubles or neuralgia.
MHS. N. M. HENDERSON,
Dear Sir: I have used only one bottle
of the Mackey's Liniment during the Ill
ness of my wife with the Influenza Dis
ease and I must say that it brought t.er
MR. and Mrs. NEWTON McGHEE,
1310 Barber Ave., Memphis, Tenn.
Dear Aprent: I had been suffering 8
months with my back and nothing gave
any ease, but the Mackey's Liniment. I
am sure I will keep it in my home at all
MRS. ELLA COOK,
574 Williams Ave.
Bell Phone West 3577
Home Phone West 632
SAMUEL DIGGS, Prop.
OUR NEW HOME
25,000 MORE PORO AGENTS WANTED
Equipped with the Very Latest Apparatus for Teaching the
Poro System of Scalp and Hair Culture
and all Branches of Beauty Culture
Terms Moderate Diplomas Given
Write Today for Further Information
St. Louis, Mo.
A LABELLE DIPLOMA
IS POSITIVELY THE ROYAL ROAD TO SUCCESS
Because any hairdresser holding a La
Belle Diploma can successively prove to
the people that they can grow hair, be
cause they treat the scalp scientifically,
regardless of the condition of the hair.
It matters not how thin the hair may be,
how kinky, they know just how and
what to do.
FOR THE NEXT SIXTY DAYS
The LaBelle College is going to give the
Full Course of Hair and Scalp Culture
for $15, with a complete outfit of goods
to begin work.
Remember, anyone taking the La
Belle Method treats anybody's scalp
white, black, red or any color because
they get seven different methods of treatment.
The LaBelle Preparation Knows no Equal and Has No Superior.
Guaranteed to cure any scalp disease and positively giows the hair long, abundant and beautiful.
Don't Despair if You Have Tried the Rest Without Success, Now Try the Best
Remember, at the LaBelle College you can learn any course in Beauty Culture
But HAIR CULTURE FIRST, because "a woman's hair is her glory."
Don't worry any more about the quality and quantity of hair you have, but go The LaBelle Way
A Course through mail or at the College. Hurry, hurry the next sixty days because
1 "The LaBelle Way" knows no failure.
A full line of TOILET ARTICLES, HAIR GOODS and HAIR DRESSER'S
SUPPLIES FOR SALE
Call or Write. Mail orders receive prompt attention.
AGENTS WANTED to canvass goods; can earn from $2,00 to $5.00 per day. Come and see us
Bell Phone East.
S. E. L A I.N G,
1607 East 18th Street,
KANSAS CITY, MO.