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TIIE KANSAS CITY SUN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1920.
Pago SoveH
CORRESPONDENTS TAKE NOTICE.
Your matter must reach us Tuesday morning during Christmas
and New Years weeks as wo go to press on Wednesday of each
of those weeks.
KEEP YOUR FURNITURE
LOOKING GOOD ,
By Using PEERLESS POLISH.
Peerless Polish makes (lusting Sanitary. A few drops
on a rag will gather the (lust and produce marvelous re
sults. In 4 oz. bottles, 25c; y2 pints, 50c; 1 pint, 75c.
For sale by the LEAGUE ENTERPRISE, 18th and Vine,
and TIIEO. SMITH'S, 18th and Tracy.
i One bottle will prove it.
PEERLESS POLISH CO.,
1 Kansas City, Mo.
BIRDS THAT SING
PARROTS THAT TALK
DOGS THAT BARK
OATS THAT MEOW
FISH THAT SWIM
CAGES SUPPLIES
Loest Pet Shop
1227 GRAND AVENUE
Phones Phones
.
Mid-West
Life Insurance
Company
With MR. JOHN X. BROWN, as its Local District Manager,
Is putting on a Million Dollar Campaign, for the next
ninety (90) days, in the State of Missouri.
This Company is thoroughly organized and incorpor
ated under the Insurance Laws of Missouri, and at present
has three (3) types of policies A Twenty-Year Endowment,-
A Twenty-Pay Life and an Ordinary Life at your
service.
Look up our standing and compare our rates.
HOME OFFICE, 1518 EAST 18TH ST.
Bell Clifton 2750. Kansas City, Missouri.
KELLEY'S FLOUR
DO COLORED PEOPLE READ AS
THEY SHOULD?
By J. Dallas Bowser.
Tho. writer heroof Is averse to
making Invidious comparisons be
tween whites and Negroes. Dut his
attention has been called to a con
dition which exists wherein tho
darker race has been weighed In tho
balance and found wanting; and it It
PROF. J. DALLAS BOWSER
forty-five years a teacher In Missouri
and the most scholarly and erudite
member of the race In this great
West.
accustom the mind to keep the best
company, by Inhoduclng it only to
the' best books." The Dlblo, tho best
of all books for dally perusal and a
standard dictionary for constant ref
erence no matter what the paper or
book that Is being read. By subscrib
ing more generally to Instructive
magazines and by more liberal pat
ronago to public libraries tho experi
ence of the postman aforesaid may
lack confirmation on tho part of his
fellow-laborers In tho same public service.
KANSAS CITY, KANSAS.
Mrs. nue Clay of 304 Franklin ave-
tnxo, will spend the Christmas Holi
days with her parents In Dalton, Mo.
Mrs. Luclnda Clark, who has been
111, is convalescing.
Mrs. Francis Stewart of Chicago Is
visiting Mrs. Jackson Taylor of 2310
Sherman.
Miss Blanche Monroe, who is at
tending school In Topeka, will spend
the Christmas Holidays with her parents.
Mrs. Tllllo aughn and Mrs. Ellen
Ooodall of Springfield, Mo., are visit
ing their sisters and cousins, 2018 N.
3rd street.
Mrs. Josephlno Winn of 210 Parallel
avenue, who has been 111, Is able to
be out again.
BE
HIGH PATEN"
Kelley's Best
Beat all the Rest
Kelly Milling Co.
K. C, U. S. A.
Intends to keep In the front rank of
progressives It must pull up on its
bootstraps or stand aside while the
procession of whites marches by.
But to the point: A Negro postman
of this city who serves well nigh
an equal number of white and Col
ored patrons has observed much to
his regret that a big majority of his
white patrons are subscribers to not
only some weekly home or race pa
per but also to from one to several
well known magazines; while about
all the literature he carries to his
Negro patrons Is one or both of the
Negro papers. Now how can a race
whose general reading Is confined to
a weekly newspaper or two besides
one of the dally papers become as
generally Informed and acquire a vo
cabulary equal to that of the reader
of magazines and books? And It
must be admitted that tho average
Colored person is sadly lacking in a
choice of words, or an easy vocabu
lary, and In Ideas as well. Test the
young pupils in school of whatever
grade. Ask questions. Try to draw
them out. What do you get but yes
and no replies or answers In mono
syllables? Cme need not stop at the
class rooms. Apply the same test to
men and women of older growth who
have been through the schools In a
way. A lamentable poverty of syno
nyms Is noticeable, such words as
"nice" and "splendid" often standing
for. a score of descrlptlves. Contrast
this paucity of Ideas and lameness of
language with that of the average
white child who reads magazines and
books. Note the readiness with
which the latter responds or takes
part in a conversation, it would be
well if Colored people should awake
to tho fact of a race discrimination
which Is of their own begetting. To
borrow a phrase from a distinguished
editor orator, "this race variety of
ours" should pursue a course of gen
eral reading. It was a truism uttered
by Lord Bacon that "reading maketh
a full man." Sydney Smith gave
sage counsel when he said "we should
A great spiritual fervor pervaded
the Metropolitan Church Sunday with
two excellent sermons by tho pastor
and the Gospel Singer, Mr. Lewis
from Texas In the afternoon from 3 p,
m. to 4 p. m.
Mrs. Ozella Calhoun of 928 Oakland
avenue, left Thursday for Dayton,
Ohio. She will stop off In St. Louis
for two days with friends and will be
gone for a two months' visit.
Mr. Fred Harris of Independence,
Mo., purchased from W. It. Johnson
of the White Star Realty Co., tho
beaullful residence at 344 Stewart
Avenue. When In need of a home call
Fairfax 253.
THE IDLE HOUR CAFE
Mrs. O. II. Walker, Prop., formerly
at 1343 E. 18th St., will be found at
1349 K. 18th Street.
Carmel Nut Ico Cream at Jeff's.
THE GRAND SKIRT SHOP
Suits Dresses Made to Order and
Ready Made.
Cleaning, Pressing and Remodeling.
All Work Guaranteed.
020 E. 12th St., Kansas City, Mo.
Home Phone, Harrison 9026.
B. Walsky, Prop.
VISIT
KATE'S
Department Store
216 INDEP. AVE.
Kansas City, Mo.
THE DEW DROP
BARBER SHOP AND POOL HALL
Electrical Equipment
"Good Work" our motto.
Satisfaction Guaranteed
GIVEJ US A TRIAL,
1717 East 18th Street
KAN8AS CITY, MO.
H. K. L. Love. O. Blanchard.
Trade the old one for a new one
and have It Xmas morning. You are
protected against price reduction by
our guaranteed refund system. Rob
erts Company, 1509 East 18th St. 2nd
floor. Bell Clifton 3172. Open Sun
day 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Terms to
suit you on new or used cars.
Why Not Buy Your Christmas
Presents Now?
Before the rush begins. We have a complete
line of holiday goods and toys at cheaper
prices than you can find' elsewhere. We have a
full line of ladles' Wear and gent's furnishings.
You can save 25 on all Millinery. ,
PASEO DRY GOODS CO.
Paseo and 18th Street.
Home Phone Harrison 9459.
t
WE HAVE CANARIES, GOLDFISH, CAGES, GLOBES
AND ALL OTHER SUPPLIES TO KEEP BIRDS & FISH
OLD BIRD STORE, 406 E. 12th. St.
-C IJ I I 5 "I 5 tJ
I 93'
BUY YOUR GRAFONOLA NOW
AND LET US SEND IT HOME.
SMALL PAYMENT DOWN, BALANCE BY
WEEK OR MONTH. f
WE CHARGE NO INTEREST.
Violins, Guitars, Mandolins, Ukeleles,
Banjo Ukeleles; All Kinds of Strings.
WE SELL FOR LESS. TRY US.
ALL KINS OF MUSICAL TOYS.
DANBERG'S MUSIC STORE
402 E. 12th. 12th & Oak. ?
BOTH PHONES.
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OPTICIAN BINGAMAN.
1305 Main Street,
is the best place to buy glasses. We
guarantee every pair for one year.
Homo Phone Harrison 2929.
Carmel Nut Ice Cream at Jeff's.
Tho Kansas Side Charity Club, a
long needed organization of which
Mrs. J. R. Rhodes is organizer and
president and Mrs. Geo. Minor Secre
tary, is doing a useful and very much
needed work among the poor and un
fortunate of this City. The extreme
poverty and suffering In our midst is
greater than conceived by the more
foutunate and this Club Is soliciting
donations of all -kinds such as-provi-slons,
money, clothing, fuel and any
thing that can bo used in cases of
sickness as, gauze, cotton, clean white
rags, disinfectants, etc.; also reports
of all who are in need of assistance.
Headquarters have been established
at 1007 No. 8th street. Call Fairfax
5127 or any of the members of the
Club will respond to Immediately.
On Christmas morning at five
o'clock the choir of Ward Chap
el will rentier a special Canta
ta "The Christmas -Story." This
will be the finest rendition wit
nessed at this church. 1120
Woodland Ave.
Do You Need Money?
HURST LOAN OFFICE
18th and Vine Streets
Madame E. Neff Barber
For first treatment $1.00. We make
up combings. Also teach method of
doing hair In seven different
branches, $15.00.
I grow hair on bald spots. I abso
lutely grow hair and cure all scalp
diseases. Guarantee three months'
treatment. If not satisfied money re
funded. Fill orders for hair grower
and straightening oil through malL
Ten year's experience In halrdres
Ing.
AGENTS WANTED. GOOD PAY.
Call or write.
1715 EAST 18TH STREET
Bell Phone East 412.
KANSAS CITY, MO.
REV. J. W. HURSE. D. D.
5
BOY 2
Dr. Pryor's Japo Wonder Soap for
beautifying men's hair. A new and
scientific discovery. Will not burn or
turn tho hair red. Simply wash the
hair with Japo Soap and it becomes
soft and wavy. For salo by all Drug
gists. Price $1.00. Manufactured by
the Pryor Chemical Co., Chicago
On Sale at:
Smith's Drug Store, 1301 E. 18th Street
People's 'Drug Store, 18th and Paseo
Distributor of all Japo Goods.
SAVE YOUR MONEY!
The W. L. Martin Ladies' and Gents'
Furnishing Store
Will Show You How to Save Money and Time
Buy Your Children's Clothing Here.
1313 E. 18th STREET.
nil HiAoi mm a haik ukuwuk
Will Promote a Full Growth of Hair j
Will also Restore the Strength,
Vitality and the Beauty of the
Hair. If your Hair is Dry and
Wiry Try
EAST INDIA HAIR GROWER
If you are bothered with Falling
Hair, Dandruff, Itching Scalp, or
any Hair Trouble, we want you to try a
jar of EAST INDIA HAIR GROWER.
The remedy contains medical proprieties
that go to the roots of the Hair stimu-
lates the skin, helping nature do its work.
Leaves the hair soft and silky. Perfumed with a balm
of a thousand flowers. The best known remedy for
Heavy and eBautiful Black Eye-Brows, also restores
Gray Hcjr to its Natural Color. Can be used with Hot
Iron for straightening.
Price, Sent by Mail, 60o; lOo Extra for Postage.
AdfeNTU OUTFIT.
I Hair Orowor, 1 T.mplo
Oil, 1 Biampoo. 1 Prov
ing Oil. 1 Face Cream and
Direction ror Belling, fl,
We Extra " "mrtm.
0. D. LYONS, Gen. Agt., 314 East 2d St
Oklahoma City, Okk,
.RACKET MERCHANDISE CO.
Hardware, Chlnaware, Glassware,
Hotel and Restaurant Supplies
a Specialty,
517-519 Main St.. and 1228 Grand Ave.
Kansas City, Mo.
Home Phone 8686MMaln Street Store
Home Phone 5992 Grand Ave. Store
llllllllliIDH
STOP
EXPERIMENTING
Use the Preparations With a Reputa
tion which produce results that satisfy
FOR LONG HAIR AND BEAUTIFUL
SKIN, USE
H0R-TON-A
Twelve years in use, never known to fail.
Hortona Hair Grower guaranteed to grow
tho hair in three months If used as directed.
Fries 52 cents,
HORTONA MINT SHAMPOO jelly makes
the hair beautiful and fluffy. Price 25 cents.
HORTONA PRESSING OIL makes the hair soft and pliable.
Ii'icc 52 ccntSa
HORTONA BEAUTY CREME brightens and clears tho skin,
gives that youthful appearance so much desired by every
woman. Price 52 cents.
A DIPLOMA from Hortona School is the road to happiness
and success. $10.00 out fit given with course. Cost of
course reasonable. For further particulars, write for our
free booklet and special offer at once. 10,000 more active
agents wanted. Enroll today.
Send 10 cents for test box of either preparation. Address
and make all money orders payable to the
EVELYN HORTON MFG. CO.
Dept. K, St. Louis, Mo.
Hor-ton-a Grew This
Hair. We Can Prove It.
UjlllIMIIIIIllllliiMrairt
lil III METHOD m
i
Head Office 1319 East Pine Street
Seattle, Washington.
ARE IN DEMAND. LEARN THE LATEST METHOD
Oar DIPLOMA stands for EFFICIENCY and SERVICE
IT'S "SOMETHING DIFFERENT
DENELO PREPARATIONS ttrt ajituJuJ of tieir own. "CooJ-Bjo D uirtlf, B.H
IltiJi axd ItcUaa Sctlp". DENELO CREAMS and Powder art Mtmlou Buotlfieri.
Branch School
1515 East 12th St.
Kansas City, Mo.
AGENTS WANTED
Send Stamps
Phone East 4631.
Mackey's Liniment
Be it known to the putlic at large
that tho Rev. J. W. Hurse, pastor of
St. Stephen's Baptist Church has
moved his otfice back to the old stand,
800 Independence Avenue. Bell phone,
Main 4017. We wish to say to the pub
lic at largo that we are now fully pre
pared to give treatments for all of the
complaints that the Mackey Liniment
cures: ten days for Rheumatism, im
mediate relief Neuralgia; 48 hours for
Lumbago, 1 week for throat, 10 days
for lungs in first and second stages;
10 days for Asthma; and all pains
and stiffness in the body; a germ de
stroyer for Appendicitis and guaran
tetd under the Pure Food and Drug
Act Serial No. 44333. To tho many
readers of Tho Kansas City Sun we
absolutely guarantee all of our work.
Office treatments $1.00 and upwards
Office hours from 10:00 a. m. to 4:00
p. m and from G:00 p. m. to 8.00 p.
m. Tho liniment is on sale at 1203
Michigan Avenue, our residence, Bell
phone, Clifton 4880 and at 800 Inde
pendence Avenue, Dr. G. W. Brown's
office, Grand Master of U. B. P., at
Dr. Miller's office, 804 Independence
Avenue, Boll phone, Main 3355, at
Deacon Chester SImm's, 2412 Mer-
slngton Ave, Bell phone, Clifton 878;
at St. Stephen's Missionary Baptjst
Church whenever the doors are open
and at nil the Colored -Drug Stores
when arrangements can bo made, we
have reduced the price of our Linn-
ment to tho beforo-the-war price, $1.00
per bottle. Out of town purchasers
must send 25 cents additional for
nostace. In connection with our
work wo have added the Church Em
ployment Bureau. We will furnish
work for first class help. Our treat
ments out of tho otflco will be strict
ly attended to by engagements and
If wo fall to help you wo win refund
your money. Wo absolutely guaran
tee every1 treatment and every bot
tle of liniment when our orders ore
carried out It vre help you, tell oth-
rs and If wo fail, toll us and receive
your money back. My reputation as
a cosnel preached and pastor of St
Stephen's Missionary Baptist Church
and tho power of an almighty God is
all that I have to boast of. My tery
Icq is offered to everybody, black or
white, poor or rich, high or low, saint
PIONEER AUTO LIVERY CO.
Bell Phone Clifton 914
The best equipped Livery Company In the city for Colored
people. Closed cars and touring cars for funerals, parties and all
livery calls. Each car Is operated by the owner and all com
petent drivers. Cars first class.
Chas. J. Adams,
Jesse W. Bell,
Clifton 9H Luther Dade,
cnnon ail c,yde FllCher
Bill Page,
Buddy Watson.
DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE
C lift) a 911,
DR. WM. ALEXANDER
SCIENTIFIC WATER TREATMENTS
MEDICATED VAPOR BATHS
Why go to Hot Springs or to
Excelsior Springs, when you
can get the same treatment
at your door?
A sepclalty of Rheumatism,
Neuralgia. Nervous Headache.
Kidney and Bladder troubles,
Lumbago, Dropsy, Heart trou
ble. Scrofula, riles. Cancers,
Old Sores, Weak Lungs, Fe
male Trouble and Gall stones.
Office hours 9:00 to 12:00 A.
M.. 2:00 to C:00 P. M. Spec
ial arrangements can be
made for other hours except
Saturday and Sunday. Lady
attendant can be had by request.
KANSAS CITY, MO.
1707 EAST 11TH STREET
Bell Phone Clifton 4704
Come where Style, Quality and Service are combined with
Scientific Testing and Fair Prices.
.DALE AND PENFOLD
OPTICIANS
1103 Walnut
Our Glasses
Always Fit.
Satisfaction
Guaranteed.
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One of these shades is certain
to harmonize with your com
plexion. You are certain to
be delighted and charmed
by the pleasing frag-
ranee of the daintiest
of all toilet preparations.
You will be satisfied
with the velvet
smoothness and the
way High Brown
Face Powder stays
on the face when
modestly applied.
And then you
will bo pleased
by the manner
In which it
blenda wlthyour
complexion; giv
ing you a youth
ful, healthy glow,
way not buy a
box today?
or sinner.

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