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THR KANSAS CITY SUN, SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1919.
With Your Money Invested, 'tis Most Unwise To Drift Along and Not Advertise
R. L. HOPKINS
Tailor and Cleaner !
"Wo 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. HOPKINS, Prop.
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.
COLORED PEOPLE'S EYES.
The patients speak well of his work,
that is because Dr. I. M. Horton is an
export Optometrist. If you have head
aches or blurred vision, get Dr. Hor
ton to examine your eyes. Ho has
given relief to many such sufferers.
1737 Paseo Bell Phono East 3744.
They say that if you will call
West 3S0, you'll hear something
to your advantage as well as
for your health. Adv.
Our own Mrs. Nora Douglass Holt,
M.M., of Chicago, III., will be heard In
recital Friday, April 25, at Labor Tem
ple under the auspices of St. Frances
Guild of St. Augustine's Church.
SHOW YOUR VISITING
FRIENDS KANSAS CITY
That the difference between a
wiso man and a fool is this, the for
mer keeps his counsel, while the lat
ter blurts out everything he knows.
That there are more "nuts" in
Kansas City who ought to bp in the
bug-house than any other plate of like
size in America. Amen.
Mme. Eliza Dishman, 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.
1515JE. 12th Street
Bell Phone E. 4631
If you love race enterprise come to the large Furniture
Store at 1713 East 12th Street, and buy your
Furniture, Rugs, Hardware,
Mattresses, Linoleum, Etc.
I pay the highest prices for used furniture. I buy and sell
everything try me and be convinced. Your patronage
B. J. CARTER, 1713 EAST 12TH STREET.
Bell Phone East 2081. Home Phone East 2240.
That Colored people are fond of
riding on trains. If the 92d was really
routed to Funston so as to miss Kan
sas City, those boys are sure having
some trip. Compared to such delight,
the proposed local chicken dinner
would not be even a whisper.
That a certain married woman
thought it would be nice to go slum
ming and after she had made her
rounds, and feeling jubilant, was com
ing out of a well known club, she con
fronted her husband, who made the
effort of his life to destroy the jubi
lant feeling which she possessed be
fore meeting him.
THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION
FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF
Starts Its Spring Drive for 10,000 Mem
bers by May 1, 1919.
KANSAS CITY, MO., BRANCH'S
QUOTA IS 750.
Mass Meeting Thursday Evening,
March 20, 8 p. m., at Pleasant
Green Baptist Church, 14th
and Michigan Avenue.
ADDRESS BY PROF. H. O. COOK
That two girls were talking about
tho best beaus, at least one of them
was, and the following conversation
was heard by Betty and Sam:
"Joe was up to see me last night,"
"That's twice in a week, isn't it?"
Inquired the other.
"Yes," said tho one giggling and
"I suppose he'll come three times
in the next week?"
"I suppose so."
"And four times the next?"
"That's what brother says."
"And five times the next?"
"That's what sister says."
"And six times the next?"
"That's what auntie says."
"And seven times the next?"
"That's what papa says."
"Then you will get married?"
"That's what everybody says."
"Then you won't see him any
Betty and Sam left then.
Sixty Miles In Four Hours Constl-
tuting a Belt Around and Thru
Passing well known homes on
Montgall Ave.: Dr. Perry. Prof.
Pittman, Prof. Cook, Miss Anna
Jones and others; 24th and Paseo:
Prof. Bowser, Prof. Cole and Ma-
jor N. Clark Smith's beautiful
homo on Tracy; Highland Ave.:
Dr. Brown, Dr. Miller, Nelson
Crows, Jas. Holbert, D. A. Willis,
W. H. Hubbel and others; also the
beautiful homes on Woodland,
Michigan, Euclid, Garfield, the
Y. M. C. A., the principle schools
and churches; Linwood, Benton
and Armour Boulevards, Ttockblll,
Country Club, Sunset Hill, beauti-
ful Penn Valley Park, North Cliff
Drive, visiting the Zoo at Swope
Park, consuming four hours on
the trip In the big Cole 8 Lim-
ousine. The trip is finished on
Vine Street at Love's Theatre and
the De Luxe on ISth Street Call
Bell Phono East 2013 and let
Hubbel show you beautiful Knn-
gmsammmmMmmEMmmBmsmmmasm OUR NEW HOME amiin
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
Poro Corner t St. Louis, Mo.
For Funerals, Weddings and Parties
TAXI STEAM HEATED
Phones: Home Main 7989
Bell East 2600 and East 4154
Every member and friend of the
Association expected to come and
bring others. Let us pack the Church
to hear one who has survived tho
shells and the gas of tho Great Drive
against the Huns and has returned to
tell tho American people of tho hero
ism of tho Black boys in France. We
have fought for Democracy abroad,
let us continue the fight at home
until every American citizen has
equal rights in the pursuit of life, lib
erty and happiness.
Some Things the National Association
for the Advancement of Colored
People Has Done.
The N. A. A. C. P. is tho only or
ganization in the United States with
ten years of -clean record of fighting
for tho liberty and rights of the op
pressed Ethiopians backed and finan
ced by tho best white and colored
people in America. Thousands of
Northern Yankees are helping to sup
port this organization. What aro you
doing to help your own self to free
dom and democracy? You have helped
others, now help your own.
A few of the big things this Asso
ciation has done in the past ten years
and is at present doing on the job,
fighting for tho enforcement of the
14th and 15th Amendments to the
Constitution. Assisted in the State
and United States Courts until in
1915 the Supreme Court declared tho
"Grandfather Clause" unconstitution
al. Mr. Morfield Storey, president of
this association, filed the briefs in
this case; also as counsel in the fight
against residential segregation, which
was won, the Supreme Court of the
United States declaring all such ordi
nances unconstitutional. Fought for
equal treatment of colored soldiers.
Opposed segregation in civil service
employees' appointments. Raised An-ti-Lynching
fund of $10,000 to stamp
out lynching and mob violence. Pres
ent practice to wire governors and
send investigator where lynchings oc
cur. This fund was started by a
Boston white man with $1,000. Tho
president of the association also gavo
$1,000. Many other white men and
women gavo $25 to $500. What did
you give or what will you givo to
save your own neck? This organiza
tion In the past ten years has fought
and defeated many bills in Congress
which if passed would havo affected
the colored people everywhere- nnd in
every stago of life.
If you approvo of this work, if you
believe in Lincoln's sentiment, "All
men up; no man down"; if you wish
to continue the fight for democracy
at home that 12,000,000 American
born citizens may not havo hoped,
prayed, fought and died in vain, then
join this association for tho advance
ment of colored people now.
Find your way to Pleasant Green
Thursday evening, March 20. Adv.
AN ELEGANT SHOP.
Mr. C. J. Nelson, tho well
known barber of 1C1G East 18th
street, is determined to lead In
tho barber business, as is dem
onstrated by tho many additions
which ho has made from time
to time to increase the attract
iveness to his patronage. Mr.
Nelson has recently received a
valuable addition to his forco in
the person of Mrs. Willa Bridge
of Dallas, Texas, who is a skill
ful and finished artist, also J.
II. Anderson, who has built up
a wonderful trade since being
connected with this thriving
business. Mr. Nelson has in
stalled two electric hair cutting
machines and undoubtedly has
one of tho handsomest shops in
not only this city, but the en
tire West. Every comfort and
convenience for his patrons has
been Installed and he has a pat
ronage far surpassing other
shops of its size in Kansas City.
If you want the best and latest
service in an up-to-date shop
and by tho most skillful work
men call on C. J. Nelson, 1G1G
East 18th street, and you will
never go anywhere else.
Dr. W. P. Gray, now at 2416
Vino Street, desires to announce
that he will move his office and
residence to 2105 Vine Street af
ter April 1, where ho will bo
pleased to meet his patrons and
those desiring his services.
Dr. Hurse has for sometime been
the distributor of Mackey's Wonderful
Ithelmatic cure has recently purchas
ed outright the formula for compound
ing the same and now has the sole
rights for the manufacture and distri
bution of this wonderful preparation.
This is the 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 !t, 1918.
Having boucht a bottle of Mackey'o
Liniment of Miss Tooley and tried It lor
Rheumatism on my son, found It all that
was needed. I will recommend It to any
one for soch troubles or neuralgia.
MRS. 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 her
MR. and Mrs. NETVTON McOHEE,
1340 Barber Ave.. Memphis, Tenn.
Dear Agent: 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,
674 Williams Ave.
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- AND HAPPINESS
Because any hairdresser holding a La
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the people that they can grow hair, be
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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
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to begin work.
Remember, anyone taking the La
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white, black, red or any color because
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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
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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 Eak
S. E. L A I N G,
1607 East 18th Street,
.KANSAS CITY, MO.