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..FLOUR." KELLEY'S BEST Beats all the Rest Manufactured by KELLEY MILLING CO., l.StS C:iV, U. S. A. Are You a K. of P. If Not, Why Not? Do you know that the Knights of Pythlaa It the strongest and most progressive order of the age? The four departments of the Order are at follows; Subordinate Lol$ A. W. I.t.OYO. drnnd Chancellor a Kiivnirl, Luua Armiuo. In this the members are united io care for and protect each other In health at well as In tiokness and distrait Uniform Hank. In this department our young men are receiving a military educa tion which they can get In no other way, thua making them better and more useful citizens. Ladies' Court. In this the wives, mothers, widow, daughters and sister of Knight are united for the common purpose of life. Endowment. In this department we are paying out thousands of dollar annually to the widows and heirs of deceased Knight. IF THERE IS NO LODGE IN YOUR LOCALITY, CONFER WITH THE DEPUTY CHANCELLOR OF YOUR DISTRICT, OR WRITE A. W. LLOYD. GRAND CHANCELLOR. 2629 LUCAS AVE., ST. LOUIS, MO., FOR TERMS UPON WHICH TO ORGANIZE A LODGE. FOLLOW TUB FLAO." Daily Trains Kansas City -to St. Louis. Unsurpassed service, smooth track, fast time. All trains on the Wabash run directly through the World's Fair grounds, St. Louis, in full view of all the magnifi cent buildings the Wabash is the only line that does it. Wabash Train IMo 8. Leaving Kansas !ity 6:15 p. m., arrives Niagra Falls and IUitTalo next evening, aud New York and Boston second morning, saving a day's travel. Through ser vice. Wabash is the only line that does it. L. S. McCLKLLAN. Western Passenger Agent. Kansas Citv, Mo. Dnvl.i T. Jlrnls, ITcshlont. V. H. S.-prit. 2nd vre-Pr8t. Fernando 1'. N. ul, vln-I'rest. Chas. II. V. Lowia, Cashier. Union Ncational Bank, KANSAS CITY. MO. Statement as rnaJe to tho Comptroller of Uip Currency at the close of business November 23, 1902. RKSOIKCKS. Loans and lMsrounta 3,79G.69C.2C If. S. Bonds, at par 523.000.00 Municipal Bond, at par IIHi.Bil.SI Cash and Sight Kxcuango 3,121,797.2 4.313,938.78 Total $10,110,053.04 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock f C00.000.00 Surplus Fund 273,000.00 rndlvldcd Profits 63,033.42 Unearned Interest 100.983.00 National Hank Notra Outstanding 423,000.00 Deposits 8,C42,C38.02 Total f10.110.G55.04 1MUECTOKS: David T. Beals, U T. James, A. J. Snider, O. V. Lovejoy. Perdnando P. Neal. tieo. It. Burse, C. V. Whitehead, J. P. Merrill, Ceo. W. Jones, W. E. Tliorne, Edward Ipoikp, H. J. Uosencrans, O. II. Dean, (jvo. D. Ford, Felix L. l.a Force, C. J. Schmelzer, E. W. Zca. A LETTER FROM MISS SUSIE BOGGS. ' No. 730 Charlotte. St. Kansas City, Mo., Aug., 1902. American Mutual Aid Association, St. Louis, Mo. Gentlemen: I want to thank you for the promptness to the payment of the claim that was due me for the time that I was seriously 111, and I also want to thank your agpnt. Mr. O. A. Clay, for bis regular attention to ne .and your doctor for his visiting me every day v 'nlle I was sick, which was a great saving for me since it cost me nothing. . Yours for success, SUSIE BOGGS. We don't go around boasting about what we have done; we allow ethers to do this. Those persons who feel that they should bo insured against accident and sickness, we courteously invite you to Investigate all companies of this nature, and if you find any one among them that will afford you the privileges, and benefits that we do, then we appeal to you to go In to such compiin; but If not, then we throw open our books for your enrollment. Whether you would be insured or not, call to see us; we would be pleased to post you on the laws of fraternal Insurance. O. A.CLAY, Organizer. 1100 Charlotte St. W. C. COMBS, Examiner, 1104 Charlotte, St. J. L. WILLIAMS, GENERAL Blacksmithlng. Horseshoeing and Wagon Repair Shop. Good Material and First-Class Workmanship guaranteed. 707 Independence Ave. Kansas City, Mo. Only First Class Colored Shop in the City. The Very Lowest Prices. Residence 416 Laurel. Telephone 1052 Red. Is This Really True? Yes! Some of the choicest qualities and prettiest designs in Watches and Jewelry are in the show window of : : : :. Kansas City's Pioneer Negro Jeweler, J. A. WILSON, iaie w. gth s.. KANSAS CITV, Mr. Wilson in soliciting the patronage of his friends and the public either in buying his goods or in repair ing of watches and jewelry (which is a specialty) assures nothing less than complete satisfaction. Bargains in diamond fines, erin-an-emerit and weddincr finer. baby rings, Indies' gold guards, etc., can always be obtained. tphe StocUzing SloOe and Hardbuare Co. jk. m i . .t&jli i iff ! i ur it llMt Btovaa Mada. Large.t Stock In Vttf. Price the Liiw.lt Who!ZZL'tfn,i?'att Teninsula r Steel Ranges, Steel Oven Cook Stoves, Base Bur ners, Furnaces, and all goods made by the.. Panlnaular Stove Oo. Germnn neater. Soft Coal Haaeheater, Cola's Ho Matt, Air Tight for Coal Hod Wood, Clarmonl Oak Htoves, rxhlll 8tl Rangaa and Furnace TIN WORK Spaolalty. ..... .A nfw Una of window and Door Soreens and Refrigerator 'Phone iei. IS 111 100 GRAND AVEMK. mjTl" V TTZj. -j .... VVJ 013 018 K. 10th 8TRKET. CRUTCHER. (El WELSH. 716 DELEWARE STREET. If you want to buy a House, If you want to rent a House, If you want to sell a House, If you want to borrow Money, If you want to Insure your House or Furniture -SEE- Crvtchep rsi Welsh, Tel. 1315 2054. 716 Delewtvre St. m aaaaanaTTTC w 11 r. i imp new. non-falllria- and tnfalllhln ram. blned treatment fur tlie huoiau 11 air, OZONO nnd I l:ilK(ll.lNK. iivol . Jointly, cannot fail to lend to the Huir loutti. lustre, llfo. and beatitv. One year not!iet1ti'uctorauf the BObTON CHEMICAL CO., with, the sole purpose and Intention to produce an absolutely perfect and reliable treatment for the iinlr, appropriated the sum or su.uo for this purpose alone. The sorvlces of three of the world's most noted chemists wore se cured, who, after twelve months of Investigation and costly experiments, have successfully formuluted a treat ment so potent and nowerful. vet so barm lean and Innocent, that its Immediate effects upon the Hair border upon the miraculous. This treatment can be used in an rnun ami connaence. as It is certain to produce results most K ratifying, causing the Hair to grow ion and luxuriant, straight, and of a most delicate and pliable texture. It prevents the tendency of the Hair to draw up, contract, curl, and tangle, thus niaUnn It easy to dress the Hair In any style desired. It causes the Hair to irrow out on all bald spots, scant partings, thin places, and bare temples. It Is sure to prevent the Hair from falling, breaking off, and splitting at the ends. This great combined treatment Is now the most wonderful remedy for tho Hair in the whole wide world. Ilia most eenerous oner aver made hv anv firm on rartli. Cut out this advertisement, and semi to us, with only aW.CO, and. Immediately upon receipt of same, we w ill scud to you a full and complete treatment, consisting of two extra large boxes of OZONO, king of all Hair Tunics, worth auto two large bottles or ttuKiu.i.M,, the lightning Hair Grower, worth 2.iO: also one large package of our latist dis covery, I'OWDMCKD fcuo SHAMPOO, worth 6nc. s also one bar of our celebrated and renowned PI'RITV SCALf MO A P. worth 26c.. and one 1-plnt package of ANTI-ODOK, the most wonderful toilet Bmwitalfvnf i. n-..mt fMO. . i ....... . l. J IV00, will be sent on receiptor 1.61) and your name aud address, with full, plain, and complete direi'tlons, together with our beautiful Souvenir Catalogue, justly called tho toilet educator of the day. note. To all who have ever bought OZONO we will send this great bargain ofTer for only l.oo. Your word will be sufficient. Hlmply tell us when and where you bought It. This liberal offer Is made with the object of securing good Agents, who can simply coin money selling our preparations. No matter where you live, we can gut our goods safely to you. tut not delay ; order to-day. Address BOSTON CHEMICAL CO., 310 E. Broad Street, Richmond, Va. Mention this paper when you write. Ready for Death. A man, being seriously ill, asked his wife to semi for the minister, who came, and talked some time with tho good old man. On leaving he tried to comfort the wife, Baying that while John was very weak he waa evidently ready for a better world. Unexpect edly, however, John rallied and said to bis wife: "Jenny, my woman, I'll maybe bo spared to you yet." "Na, na, John," was the reply; "yo're prepared and I'm resigned. Dee poo." Cost Falls on Venice. As the Italian government declines to contribute, the whole ooBt of recon structing the fallen campanile of St Mark's will bo borne by the Venice municipality. 80 They Did. "Doctor," she said, archly, "soma physicians say. kissing Isn't healthy, you know. What do you think of It?" "Well, really," replied the handsome young doctor. "I don't think you or I ahould attempt to decide that off hand. Let's put our heads together and consider." Philadelphia Press. Satisfied with Dog's Warning. When a dog entered the cell of Maurice Uouche, imprisoned at Lille, France, and under sentence of death for the murder of a. woman and licked bis hand, on the morning" of the day of execution, the murderer, who bad all along protested his Innocence and expressed confidence In a reprieve, im mediately prepared for death. 1 IIVlWlJ Ar w SCHOOL AND SECRET LODGES. ( n-mu 4 1 tan ImIkm fo,. O. IJ.O.of O.F. meet at 1411 K. Ilh st . Ind Hitd 4th Wednes dnyeTPiilnus In each month, ut o'clock. J, M. alarys Tabernacle, No. K, meet first and mru rriunys in eaoii nmtiin at i?:t4 urano avenue. Daughter Lulu Beaaley H. P. PMiiirhteTlsrv l-'lnlev, Scant hena. St. Halyard Tsbernaclo No. 1 meets tint and nd .St. LouN Ave. Kev. N. C. Uruns up ' srenue. Dmiirliter Mnrth Johnson II . Sl-uighier AMile I.. Pytes. 9cithena. Mate City Lodne, No. 467. O U. O. of O. P meets at 1413 E. lHth Htreet, every Urstand third Fridays, of each Month. K. I. I.RWI9. P. H Kone Lodre. Nif 2, A. P A A. M., meeu in the 1st and ad Monday nlirlits In each month. All Master Mnsous In gmnl standing are cor dially itjvlted. T. O. Mccamiybell. W. H..24K flora. T. A. Mozee, Hec.'y. A Mount Ullve linage No. M, A. K. A fTaA. M ., meet the ?d and 4th Prlday In enrh month, at 6th and Charlotte st. N All visiting members are Invited. M. W. Wooden, W. M 1U02 Flora ave; J. H. Har rls, Hecretary. 7 o Bast lath street. t John's Chapel, on Bell street, between t.i and Ht. Loula ave. Kev. N. C. Buren, pastor. Sunday services 11 a. m. and v.M p. m. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening and Teachers' meeting- Thursday evening. Vine Street baptist church, T. H. Swing, pastor. Sunday services 11 m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school, 2:30 Prayer mpetlna; Friday evening. w. r. batm, Manager. J. W. Pisaaa SecreUrj, THE TWO WALTERS Oriel ClUb, 917 Baltimore Ave. Kansai City, JVa. MfVWV Walters and Porters' ITeadauartert And Information, Bureau. ben Moray, Prea't and Tree, Ebonezer A. M. E. Church, cor. 2d and Holmes. Rer. A. A. Gilbert, pas tor. Sunday service, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m, Sunday school. 3:30 p. m. Prltcimrd Lodge No. 42, A. F. and A. M meets second and fourth Mon day evenings in the month. J. W. Crowe, W. M , IT. J. Spigener, Sec'y. Allen Chapel, south-east corner 10th and Charlotte streets Rer. O. J. W. 8cott, tiiistor. Sunday services 11am, and 7:30 p.m. Sunday School, 2:30 p.m. Class Meeting Tuesday, 8 p.m. Prayei Wednesday, 8 p. m. ChoJr practice Monday vTilng. Second Baptist ...un-li.cornei Tenth and Charlotte. S. W. Baco'e. D. U., rastor. Sunday services: Preacliing, 1 a. id. and 7:15 p. m.: Sundiiy school, 2 p. ni. Weekly meetings, Monday B. Y. P. D. meeting, 8 p. m. Wednesday night, prayer meeting. Highland Avenue Baptist church Sunday services, 11 a. m. and 8 p. in Preaching, Wednesday evening, 8p.ro Praise meet ings Mondny evening B. Y P. U. Sunday school 2 p.m. G. W. Boyd. Pastor. Mrs. A. H. Cumminos, Clerk. Pleasant Valley Baptist church, Roednle, Kansas, Sut.day services; Prenchlng 11 a.m. and 8 p. m.; Sunday school, fl::)0 h. m.: B Y. P. U.. 7 p. m.; H F. and M. Society, ThursdaJ evening preNe meeting. Bov. H. E. STRICKLAND, Pustor TncKBii. Clerk. Pleasant Green Baptist church. In dependence and Tracy ave. Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Preaching, 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. B. Y. P. U., 6:30 p. m. Weekly services Prayermeetlngsand missionary, Wednesday evenings at 8 o'clock p. m. Young People's Literary and Progressive Club, Thursday even ings. Church meeting, Friday before the second Sunday in each month. E. M. WILSON. Pastor. Residence 1603 East 13th st. Burna Chapel, M. E. Church. Sunday School, 9:30 a. m. Preaching, 11:00 a. m. Cass Meeting, 2:30 p. m. Ep worth League, 7:00 p. m. Preaching, 7:45 p. m. Literary Tuesdays 8:00 p. m. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, 8:00 p. m. Class Meeting, Thursdays 8:00 p.m. Corner 11th and Highland, J. M. Ham's Pastor. Sunday Services Sunday School 9:30 a. m.; Preaching- 11 a. m.; Class Meeting p. m.j Epworth League Bible Reading 2:30 p. m.; Kpworth Ieague Prayer Meet ing 7:30 p. m.; Preaching 8 p. m. Weekly Services Prayer Meeting Wednesday 8 p. m.; Epworth League Bible Reading Friday 8 p. m.. bi-monthly: Choir Re hearsals Monday. Asbury M. E. Church, tain and merry, Kansas city. Mo., wm. H. Wheeler. Pastor, residence 1812 East Twenty-fifth street. H.PATTON, Prop R. HERNDON. T. J. PATTON. BARBERS Laundry Agency and Cigars. Ladles' andGenta' Shoes Polished. 926 Wyandotte St KANSA3 CITY MO. Prof. L. L. Thompeon O. 8. F. The celebrated Mind Reader and Dl- vloa llraler' Advtaes Olvea In all bnalnesa matter. Hoani OiBO p. m. to 11 p. m. 716 Broadwa) Superior Service, Wide Vestlbuled, Eleotrio Lighted Trains between Kansas City, and OKJahoma City, Venison. Sherman, Dallas and Ft. Worth, Uejcas, nd all points In the 8outh-Eat and 8outh-Wett Junction Ticket Offloa, STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS ....IB THK.... Centory Dining Room 1923 Market Stmt, ST. LOUIS, Ma MEALS AT ALL HOURS. Oysters in any Style. Services strictly Irst-clasa. Ladies and CtenU din up aulra. Z, T. JORDAN, Maoacer 1784 Telepboott ni WALL'S Laundry Co., Flrat-GlaM Work A Prompt Delivery. 708 E, 12th St., XuMaOitT.Me. J. B. LESTER, BARBER SHOP. 659 GRAND AVE. Hot and Cold Baths, 15c. Large, Maw Porcelain Tube. Oood barbers, dive na a Calk J. M. PAINTER. Manufacturer of ..lit flGU BITTERS.. 903 INDEPENDENCE AVENUE, KANSAS CITY, MO. UIK ir-tUAL and 0I( Ek Rye Joe Alpert, Sample Room, ED BRADFORD, Bartender. 727 Independence Ave, K. C. Mo, MILLINERY, HAIR GOODS, NOTIONS, DRESSMAKING, TIPS CLEANED DYED AND CURLED. MAIN STREET FAIR, D. PECK, Prop. Dolls, Doll Wigs, Doll Arms and Every, thing Pertaining to Dolls. 552 Main St., Kansas City, Mo- Fancy & Staple Groceries A N D Table Luxuries Vegetables In Season. Fresh & Salt Meats. Teas & Coffees. . O. JONES, E 17th St., Kansas Oity, M. WONDERFUL DISCOVERY Curly Hair Made Straight By TAKEN FROM LIVE! airORl AND AFTER THIATUIXT. ORIGINAL I0Z0NIZED ox marrow; (Ooprrlfhtat.) Thl, wonderful balr notnade U th.onlr ufn ! ; praparatloo In th world tbal make, klnkr or j t onrlr balr .tralgbt u abown aboT. It nour- j ..r. a" waip ana preY.nl, in. n.lrrrom; i i.iiin. uui tr anu n, on. f.una n.nn.n. Ann niak.i tba balr (row long and al lkf. Bold orsr ! barmlou. TutlmonlaU traa on roqueak li . ' waa tba Sr.t nrniiAr&tlon anlrt fur ' vraignteninf iQBT n.ir. ucwara Off imlta .inn.. t,m in. ifri.i..i mammmim Mar raw u tha aenulu. n.v.r fall, to imd ', tbe balr Iralabt, auf t and beautiful. A toilet 1 nooeuitT for ladle, svntl.men and eblldren. J Klea.ntlT perfumed. Tba great adTantace of ,ni. wuiiuvriui puwau. i. ,a. oj 11. aw 70a ; can uraiKbteo your own hair at home. Owtnc ; tolMtuueilor and lasilna qualUle. It i, the Deat ana moat economical, it la not poaaibla foranrodr to prod jr. a preparation equal to It. Pull dtreotlona wltb .Terr bottle. Onlv -a cents. Hold br druKirlau and dwaleraor aand m ua AOosnia for on. bottle or !. for three pmuiI orexnrea monuy order. Writ jour gnauie and addreaa plalnlj to OZONIZED OX MARROW CO.. 37 WalNub Av.au.. Cblcaao. IlllaaU.