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Walters' Journal Sditlon.
THE RISING SON. WILSON DAWSON. Business Mgr. l'ERCY U. CHUMP, Solicitor. Re-iiieruber please It' the llttli tilts we collect lure nun i re hut nimble u to run from yenr In yesr." All nimouticementu and notices me ten cents per lino. LOCALS. I'necda Domestic Hand I.nnndry Co., has opened up a splendid place at 2112 2114 E. 18th St. M. C. Jones Is the manager. Mrs. Zonia Recce has opened an elegant cafe at 1115 Independence. The Star Cafe can take care of you at all hours. The Y. M. C. A. meets every Sun day Afternoon 4:00 o'clock at their hail. 1512 K. 18th street. Mr. Ed. Rosa President. The Hlt.hlrnd avenue Baptist rhur:h literary meets every Moml;iy l(.-ht at 11th and Highland Ave. You fire cordlnlly Invited to attend. We haven't any ax to grind; we don't knock on other business and profes sional men, but we are getting the business out on Vine street. Tom and Bill. Nloly furnished rooms with bath 1120 Charlotte. Mrs. Fannie l)aiH has been very ill for the juiHt wick. Mrs. Ida Riddlon or Colorado Springs Is visiting her sister Mrs. Nellie Dixon of this city. 320 Camp l.ell St. . They say It Is ho easy to dress nlei all the time. .Inst po to the Union Credit Clothing Co.. over 12:50 "2 (Jinnd nve. Your credit Is always Kod. q Mr. A. fireathouse Upholsterer and furniture repairer does up-to-date up holstering furniture repairing Ht 1204 E. 18th St. Hell prone 421! I (Irand, rtsidem. prone 44u7 (irand. Kansas City. Mo. For Sale A full drees suit. 35 or 38. A big bargain, $11.00. Lewi;. Fashion Hat Stor 11th Walnut Sts. Size Call and Mrs. C. Fields of Omaha. Neb., has moved to the city to live with her daughter, Mrs. Zonia Kotce Itlo In dependence Ave. Mr. H. N. Towns of Detroit, Mich., is .-xpected to locate in our city with his family. Tin. people of this city should bid him welcome. Officer I'ete Campbell went to War rensburg and captured a Negro who had raped his step-daughter tind landed him in the county jail. Mrs. Nora F. Taylor, the evangelist singer, lecturer of Chicago 111., is ex acted to be here this week to preach at the A. M. E. church, Ilrd & Holmes. Friday night. Mrs. Harriet Alexandt r of Indepen dence, Okla.. is visiting her nephew, Capt. Elliott. 1703 East 11th. Mrs. Alexander is one of the wealthiest colored women in Oklahoma. Mis. Sadie (lamble of SI. I.ouls is In the city visiting her people 1300 Highland. She will be accompanied hv her sister Mrs. Nat Adams to Cal ifornia, where she will mvt her husband. Do you want to w;rk? il so you can get any kind of work by ap plying to the Afro-American Em ployment agency at loan Mr(5ee SI Home Phone C23C Main. Hell Phone 4S21 Mailt. Watch our next Issue for an ac count of Mr. Al. Snecd's new castle nt 2l Central St., rear. The old castle which hurned down last year was nnite a novelty to the world. It took him twelve years to finish It. Indies and Gentlemen, why not wear good clothes all the time when you can buy tlusn on your credit. It only takes a few dollars down and a few dollars a month at Manter & Hosmbloom Co., 1017-19 Walnut St. party There was a breakfast given by Mr. W. T. Ington at Latonin Cafe in of Mr Towns. Those present were Dr. Mooif. Dr. Wm. Thompkins, Mr. loronzo Hines, Mr .Ino. Ford. Mr 11 N Towns host and Mr. W. T. Washington. This means money in your pocket Cut out the big ad of The Manter & Rosenbloom Clothing Co., and take to their store at 1017-1019 Walnut St They will give you 91.00 for your trouble in value. Now don't delay but act at once. Wed Douglass secured a letter from a postman his sweetheart had 1 mailed without her permission. The letter was to a rival. He used it Jokingly with bis rival. It proved K-rious'to him when lie was lined $20 and costs. The Afro-American Employment Aucncv has added the services of Mrs.. Chas. Conwell and Mrs. Sarah Hainmett of K. C. Mo., and Mr. Alon .a Keevers of Des Moines. Iowa., to tiieh office force to meet the demands of their Increasing husiinvs. We regret very much the mtsfnr tune of our friend Chas. II. Thomas proprietor of the Ideal ( afe which burn down Thursday inclining at a. in.. It was a inystiTiohs happenin which has not been accounted for vet. We hone the Meal Cafe will soon bo ready for business again. The Allen Chapel Choir met at the residence of Mrs. .lames Crews Wabash. Those present were Mr. A. T. Moore, Mrs. Sarah llammet, Mrs. Emma Burnett. Misses Daisy 1). '"os ier. Susie Ball. Mabel Lucas, and Mesilames Eugenia Mosley. Benton Dean. Wm. Griffin. Frolence Crews, ii. 1.1 T....1.... i Ttol 1 !ilsi Meaner v.-' n-..i.. i,.w crews Inn returned to thi- city win. wriiiiu. n ".' - and J. D. Roberts. The programme wer.i as follows; ! What relation does the choir end pastor sustain toward ean other. ! .lames Crewv. How can we obtain ai well discipline ! choir. Daisy Foster; I n.. ,.,... i.uut in nnv nosition in a i "......,. ,.iw.i, M-iimi I ocas' direc- '1017-1'J Walnut strett. He was for sev UllllllUI . ' - tress. How we can best obtain results, Mr. .1. D. Roberts. The progra nme was well rendered and Hie choir vns well entertained. Refreshments being served. Everybody left well please 1. Mis. Pansy M. Spates, who was formerly Miss pansy Williams, a well known school girl of tills city and who finished school In Omaha Neb. and resides with her mother. Mrs. Reece. Ill Independence avenue. Mrs. Pansy Spates request her many old friends to call on her. Mr. George Little Is now with the Mauler & Rosenbloom Clothing Co A reception for the various commit tees of Danhoe Court was given at Ho residences of Mrs. Johnson tiM amp bell St., Thursday 1Mb of en years clerk ut the Columbia Ho tel, and is a reliable and representa tive young jnali. This means much to all of you, who will make It con venient to see li 1 in for anything in the line of ladies und gent's clothing. Dr. Henry M. Keys, one of Kansas March. City's popular physicians Is now com Those present were Mrs. M'Mie .lonn son, Mr. and Mrs. Green. Mr. and Mrs. King. Mrs. Minnie .lames, Mr. and Mrs. Jackson. Mrs. 1 y lia Gardner, Mrs. Tilmnn. Mr. and Mrs. Fields, Mrs. Ai"a Young. They h id a very delightful time. This was a general meeting of all the ceiiiniittees to arr.mfe for a grand entertainment to be i;lven in Ibe near future. fortably situated in his new location 710 East Twelfth St. Dr. Key's prac tice is steadily increasing. He is one of the few successful physicians who bus treated a large number of pa tients and only lost a small per cent age of tin 'in by death. For scientific medical treatment give hl;n a call. W. M. Vernon of 1742 l.ydia will change from there to 127 West 0th street. Watch us grow; McCampbell & Houston, Prescription druggists, 2300 Vine Street. Mr. Andrews, a former drug clerk of Dr. Tliei Smith is expected in the city thin week. A nice front room for rent for man and wire. I'se of Dining room and kitchen. Inquire 1023 Virginia. The Colored Y. M. C. A. Mr. Lunge who is represented by Mr. N. C. Crews sent a letter contain ing a check for one hundred dollars heartily endorsing the scheme. Emery,Bird,ThayerCo. Outfitters To Every Member of the Family and Furnishers to the House When you choose merchandise in the big store you select from over one and one-half million dollars worth of goods. When you get your purchase home and for any reason what ever are dissatisfied with it, return it at once on salable con dition along with the duplicate check f r cheerful refund. DAIRY LUNCH THE ENTERPRISE MRS. S. L. DAILY, Prop. Home Bakery and Ice Parlor. Catering to the Public ICES OF ALL KINDS- Bell 'Phone 3578X Grand. 1320 E. 18th St. MISSOURI HAT WORKS 917-919 WALNUT STREET. j Now is the time to get your old soft and stiff MATS CLEANED We are Expert Repairers, rnnnmi mid like new 23 Years t np-rirrur. 917-919 WALNUT STREET Something' New! Come One Come All! W. T. GREEN For Neatly Furnished Rooms Go to Mrs. Sadie Gibson's New Place at 609 E. Missouri Avenue. For Railroad Porters and Hotel Waiters Especially. GEO. JONES Has Opened an ICE CREAM PARLOR AND SODA FOUNTAIN Including all kinds of Soft Drinks, Cigars and Tobaccos AT 900 EAST I Oth STREET. Piano and Furniture rSfcving call up Home 'Phone 5185 Main: Bell 3674X Main Has Moved His PENNY ARCADE and Shooting Gallery To 713 MAIN STREET Don't forget the number. His new place will be ele gantly fitted up with every inducement for ladies and gentlemen. W. T. GREEN, Propr. LADIES, THERE IS A CHANCE FQR YOU AT Madam Mamie De Vaule Vincent's School of Dress Making and Ladies' Tailoring To Irani .-ill of tlif latest s.vsiimk in 1 ircxMiiiikiiiK. Ciitilnir, I'll 1 1 n tr ami r irvl IiIiik to make yini ninxtir of tin- iliVHsiitakiiii; int. .M.nhitn Vltn-i in Is a m:iluuti. if Imir dill'i Tt-nt kiIiiiciIk, Willi twt-lv,- jihik' iAhi Iciic. In ill.- liirmst xImitm In Kansas I'ity. Tim price nf tni;in:i is wry low- in Met, y.ni iun ui.iki- in.iiny will Us It iimlHK. Special Course in Sewing, 20 Days, $5.00 I t'oi'tliiilly inv it,- nil M visit 1 1 1 m IhmiI .in. I I n sl i.-i t.-. Bell Phone 507 Grand. 1104 Charlotte St., Kansas City, Mo. The New French Cafe IS OPEN FOR BUSINESS Down Stairs at 557 Grand Avenue Mis 1 ,;i ti t :i Akln h; tin- Him-M Attn lit . in :inl 1 !im' ;iu ilinlnc n-otim In ihf Wist, (hit in.ifii iliinirM t-H.iii iitui fin ritiii (iiimit: iini. thtllU ff tll- f' JISMll t-i In- 1tl ill lllvl i l.M-t j-t 'I'll I'l'M i ni'hi Mill m :m Hie lit in St;tKs. 'h... l-'Kh ; i f i I 1'i.u U of .ill Kinds . i'ii.iih iiihl Snfl I i'inli I In 1 1 in. I Mum,, w liiU nt. M.iN;it i '"M nt Ninlit. The Best Accommodation, with Koomini Houses at 508 and 512 McGcc St. BELL PHONE 2502 MAIN KANSAS CITY, MO. Aattiony P. Wiltoi, Attj. The American Collection Agency No fiM) rlmriced nn-le-frrollcriltiu 1m innili We iiinke rtillertloiiH In all nrt of tlie 1'nlH il Htiui. 413 Kansas Ave, Topcka. Knf. j GRAND MUSICAL TREAT. Miss AnniH H. Hackloy iinil hT re ; citsil nt Alli'ii Chnpcl hint Wdi'iii'siliiy iiiiuht whs a success. She was assist U'cl hy Vrot. H. (1. .luckson unci the Al : It-ii Chaprl choir. Miss Uackley has 'ii Kf't clear voice with wonderful j ruime and as ii soiirano she ranks anioni; the liest. . Her pieces w-re 1 at) hiv;h class music anil sh' displayed i marked ability in the rendition of them. The Son has a lady attendant who will he here to transact all business ttlonj; the newspaper line. WANTED, mini .solicitor at once l.ydia nve cnenictic business wo- for proeery store, t all Snlarv and commission. V'"i Tin1 colored Y. M. ('. A. of Kansas City, Mo., feels hinlily complimented in haviiii; Dr. .1. U. Shannon, treasur er of the ImildiiiR fund. Dr. Shannon has been :i ftaunch Bupporter of the Y .M, C. A. Y. M. c. A- C'omniittee's first report Ol' II POLICY The ilianaKcinent of this paper takes a decided stand for honesty us the best policy. We pro pose to nive every one a sipiaie ia!, and we only ask for the same. It shall bo the constant endeavors of the. new management to place this paper upon a hinh basis, to srand for the rl(jlit, to speak out against, and exiose the wroiift. to comrneint tl UKPi'essive and siicressfiil. to incoitr aj;e and defend the weak and Mrur- RlitiK whose Ideals are IiIkIi nd whose motives are pure, to champion the cause for the best Interest of the Xejjro race. To fight for good in the name of God. To the NeiirocK who ili-.-ire to sic, to have and main! iln a. Xe;." weekly newspaper, which lias Im i n the cry heard around and ano'it '1 cllv. We wish to say that it will take a cicat deal morn than la!!, to do that, however, we assure y.ui ihat if you will siilisc, Hie for the S"ii i nd pay for it, and Induce your fibiidK to do the same. It wiil lir' 1' b'liu:, unlil your desires he fnlll'llled. - ! Electric fang and the most delicious cold drinkt served In the city will j help to keep the patrons of McCamp-. bell & Houston, cool this summer. , The colored groceryman is located at 921 Independence ave., with a fresh , stock of fancy groceries and salt meats. Give him a call. R. Smith. Proprietor. j HUGH 3o ruinrvnD iff A , There Is someililiiK new added to the I public nlcrtainmeiit of our city The j New Arlington Treat re al IS1I1 and j Harrison stnvts, will furnish a vaude- ville bill every Friday lilnht on and afier April llhh . ' Cut nut this Cfupon and we Hill accept it as $1 00 on an pur chase of $10.00 nr more You can Save Money by Coming Here for Spring Wearables. A very choice variety, new anil fresh. Plain prices marked on all doiIs. l-'.asy terms to ull. Everybody welcome. Men's Suits $7 to S22 Women's Suits SIO to S32 Youth's Suits Sf to SI6 Boy's Suits $2 to S7 Women's Raincoats, Spring Coats Silk Waists, Walking Skirts. Millinery and Shoes. Men's Raincoats. Top Coats, Hats and Shoes. KBHli