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TI1E KANSAS CITY SUN, SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1919.
No More Short, Harsh
and Unruly Hair
if you will insuro your Hair and
Scalp, with the Vim and Vigor
Hair and Scalp Treatment. What
the Vim and Vigor Treatment will
do for your hair and scalp : (1)
Will remove dandruff. (2) Will
inerenso the growth of the hair. (3)
Will heal the scalp and keep the
scalp and hair In a halthy condition.
(4) Will render the hair sott, thick,
straight, fluffy and beautiful. Get It
The Hair Promoter and Shampoo,
60 cents each, or $1.00 tho full treat
ment. At all drug stores. If your
druggist hasn't It he will got It for you.
or you may send money order or $1.2(1
in stamps to
Theo. Smith, Druggist and Dis
tributor, 1301 East 18th Street,
Kansas City, Mo.
VIM AND VIGOR SYSTEM
America's greatest general tonic. It
makes rich red blood and builds up a
run-down system. Vim and Vigor
System Toner is a poworful Altera
tlve( Blood Purifier, Tonic and Ap'po
tlzor. A wonderful Dlood and Rheu
matic remedy. If you are troubled
with Scrofula, Abscesses, Illcketc,
Eczema, Catarrh, Falling of tho Hair,
Totter, ningworm, Scald Head, Bolls
and Various Skin Dlseasos and Hu
mors of tho Blood, givo this remedy a
trial and bo convinced of its great
value. Prico, $1.00.
Smith's Drug Store
The Store of Service, Quality and
18th and Tracy
Home Phone, Main 5467. Bell, Grand
4591. Free Delivery.
Phone and Mall Orders Promptly
Every Day is a Busy Day at Our
MRS. A. MOORE,
TEACHER OF PIANO.
N. W. Cor. 25th and Flora.
Bell Phone East 5407.
PASEO AUTO LIVERY CO.
Call Bell Phone East 2600
All Cars Driven by Their Own
ers, Which Insures Safe Driving.
PROF. COOK HONORED.
Paris, Feb. 20 (by mall). Hugh O.
Cook, colored Y. M. C. A. secretary,
who has boon In Franco for many
months with tho 371st Infantry (col
ored), has been recommended for the
distinguished servico cross. Mr.
Cook was a member of tho faculty of
Lincoln High School, Kansas City,
boforo ho Joined tho army Y. M. C. A.
Tho colored regiment to which ho
has been attached Is ono of tho many
United States units which were
brigaded with the French. It has
achieved a splendid record and has
been praised in orders issued by the
French commander, General M. Goy
bet. "Tho colored boys of tho 371st wore
not used to actual war when thoy
camo to Franco," said General Goybet,
"but thoy performed splendid service,
SIdo by side with French veterans
the colored boys from tho United
States went Into tho Champagne drive
which started late in September and
resulted in tho capture by tho Negro
troops, of the town of Ardeull. Prior
to this action tho regiment was in
tho Verdun Bcctor. At tho time of
the armistice it was in tho Vosges
preparing for further offensive.
During all these arduous weeks and
months, Jlr. Cook served tho colored
soldiers "gallantly," to use tho word
of ono of tho whlto officers of tho
Mr, Cook was gassed during tho
Champagno offensive when ho tried
to keep the boys in tho trenches sup
plied with hot chocolato, tobacco and
Within a few weeks ho expects to
bo In Kansas City again, whero ho
will Join his family at 2436 Montgall
avenue and, if his health permits, re-
aumo his work a3 an instructor at the
Lincoln High School.
Col. P. L. Miles (white), comman
der of the 371st, has said of Mr. Cook
"Ho has been with this regiment for
several months as Y. M. C. A. repre
sentative and has given great help
"Almost the entiro time that Mr.
Cook has been with us, tho regiment
has been in tho trenches or has been
engaged in offensive operations. Ho
has adapted himself to tho hard serv
ice conditions and on many occasions
has carried supplies to tho front line
on his back. In tho battles of the
rogimcnt in tho Champagne, Mr. Cook
worked aiding tho wounded until he
was himself gassed. On his recovery
ho camo back from the hospital and
rejoined tho regiment in tho lino."
Colonel Miles characterized Mr.
Cook as "a man 'of courage, enorgy
and a fino sense of duty a man whoso
lnflucnco in my regiment has been a
Tho people of Wellington as a whole
who wore on tho sick list are better.
Mrs. Ethel Johnson is ill Itev. C.
A. Long preached tho funeral of Mrs.
Simms in Kansas City, Mo. Ho was a
friend of tho Prico family, whose homo
was at 1607 Locust. Mrs. Page and
Walton were present at tho funeral.
and also were visitors at Cain Memo
rial, accompanied by Ilev. C. A. Long.
. . . .Tho entertainment at Brother Bu
ford's homo on last Saturday wa3 a
great ono. Wo had lots of fun. . . .Prof.
S. F. French, vice president of West
ern University, will be a visitor and
speaker at tho A. M. E. Church in
Wellington Sunday, March 9th.
hearsing for a comedy, entitled "Dr.
Curoall," to be given March 21st....
Tho rovival services aro now on at
tho Vino and Broadway Baptist
Church, having started Sunday, March
2d.... Quito a .number of pupils of
Dumas school aro confined to their
homes with tho mumps. Tho Sewing
Circle of Bethel Church was beauti
fully entertained by Mrs. Neff last
Mr. J. T. Black, pioneer in
Auto Livery, announces that ho
is again serving the public. Safo
ty in service is his motto.
Call Bell phono East 5131, or
residence phono East C90.
By Mrs. A. It. Fox.
Tho Macon Woman's Club was en
tertained by tho president, Mrs. A. It.
Fox, Saturday, March 1st. After the
business hour a very inspiring ad
dress was given by Mrs. Lillian Book
er on tho National Federation which
met in Denver. Quite a number were
present. Dainty refreshments were
served... .Itev. A. It. Fox was in Han
nibal last week on business. .. .Tho
-Macon Woman's Club will give a char
ity entertaniment Friday evening,
April 11th. . .A four act drama, "Homo
Ties," will bo presented at Bethel A.
M. E. Church March 28th. It promises
to bo a rare treat. No ono should miss
seeing these young amateurs perform.
....Mrs. Lillian Booker was a St.
Louis visitor recently.. . .Tho Trustee
Ladies' Auxiliary have purchased a
very nlco kitchen stove for the par
sonage. .. .Tho Trustee Ladies aro re-
DEL MAR CAFE
1705 Troost Avenue
Best Meals in City, 25 Cents
Chicken Dinner, 35 cents
A trial is all we ask.
Henry A. Grayson, Proprietor.
Do you need money
We have plenty of money to loan
to rooming house keepers on short
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
a loan and put in Its neceauf
Our Dullness Is Strictly
ell Phone, Grand 4204.
Home. Dels ware 950.
WILLA M. GLENN
1803 E. 18th St.
Bell Phone E 999
"HELLO", HELLO", HELLO".
Oh, boy, did you hoar about It
Tho latest thing in amusements?
If you want to know what it is, ask
W. F. McCrary, ho has got it: tho
first and only ono in Kansas City,
For Ladles, Gents and Children.
Cigars, tobacco, cigarettes and soft
drinks of all kinds. Plenty of seats
1610 EAST 18TH ST.
Wm. F. McCRARY, PROP.
Ladies Spring Hats Free.
Write today as this offer
don't last long.
Ladies and Gents
Tailoring & Corset
2306 Vine St. Kansas City,Mo.
Fluffy -Soft Silky
Pomade I lair Dressing formakingcoarse
nappy hair grow long, soft, fluffy, silky,
so you can do it up in any style. Re
moves DANDRUFF and Stops ITCHING
sALf. IU.KULUI U delightfully per
fumed and not sticky or gummy.
HIROLIN MEDICINE CO., Atlanta, OMrgla
Handy Colored Store
2409 Vine Street
Ladies and Gent's
Also a line of Dry Goods
We Hope You Will Come and
Investigate For Yourself
Help build a creditable store
for the race.
Mrs. Annie Holmes
Proprietor nnd Manager.
Bell Phone East 4221J
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