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From Our F"oreign Correspondents
A. F. & A. M., Missouri Jurisdiction
Officers 1919.
V. W. Fields, Cameron, Mo., Grand
C. C. Clark, St. Louts, Mo., Dep.
Grand Master.
Ernest Boone, Louisiana, Mo., Sen
ior Grand Warden.
I. H. Bradbury, St. Louis, Mo., Jun
ior Grand Warden.
H. II. Walker, St. Joseph, Mo., Grand
George W. K. Love, Kansas City,
Grand Secretary.
Nelson C. Crows, Kansas City, Re
lief Secretary.
E. G. Lacey, Kansas City, G. L. 1st
E. J. Cooper, Mexico, Mo., G. L., 2d
R. A. M.
Missouri and Jurisdiction, 1919.
T. G. McCampbell, G. H. P., Quin
daro, Kans.
A. L. Thomas, D. G. II. P., Jeffer
son City, Mo.
J. P. Moffett, G. King. Sedalia, Mo.
S. A. May, G. Scribe, St. Louis, Mo.
Charles Griggshy, G. Treas., Liberty,
E. S. Baker, G. Secretary, Kansas
City, Mo.
ERY, K. T.
Mlssurl and Jurisdiction,
Jos. II. Sherwood, R.E.G.C., St. Paul,
G. Washington Lewis, D.E.G.C., St.
Louis, Mo.
C. Brasfield, E.G.G., Kansas City,
B. F. Graves, E.G.C., General, St.
Joseph, Mo.
Thomas A. Marshall, E.G.S.W., St.
Louis, Mo.
Wm. Lamb, E.G.J.W., Kansas City,
W. A. Ashley, E.G., Prelate, St.
Louis, Mo.
J. H. Kenner, E.G., Treasurer, Mar
shall, Mo.
Robt. A. James, E.G., Sentinel, St.
Louis, Mo.
James T. Connor, E.G., Recorder,
St. Louis, Mo.
By W. W. Mosley.
Rev. E. M. Cohron left for his home
at Dal ton, Mo., last Thursday after
spending some days with his sick
brother, Milton W. II. Nelson ling
ers very ill at the hospital Lieut,
Horaco Collcy, late from overseas,
spent a week with parents and friends.
He left Tuesday for Detroit, Mich., to
resuino his former Job in the fur es
tablishment Mrs. II. M. Williams
was called to Chicago last week In
answer to a message announcing the
death of her brother, George Bailey,
there Rev. O. II. Walker of Hia
watha, Kans., is holding a few night
meetings at Mt. Zlon Baptist church
this week Paul L. Moore is doing
nicely from a recent accident Mrs.
Lucy Levels is confined at tlio hospi
tal Mrs. Carrie Previtt died at the
hospital early Sunday morning follow
ing an operation for a severe stomach
trouble. Deceased was the widow of
the lato David W. Previtt, who died
about a year ago. A son, who is in
the army, a sister In Chicago, a cousin
and grand daughter survive her. The
body Is being held at Brown's, pend
ing funeral arrangements Ed Cov
ington of Omaha, enroute to his old
home in Atchison, stopped over in the
city a few hours Mr. Wilkinson
of Fairbury, Neb., spent Tuesday
night in the c,lty Mr. Butler of
Omaha is here to attend the funeral
of Mrs. Carrio Previtt this week
Rev. R. R. Powers, formerly pastor of
.Mt Zion Baptist church, has organized
another church witli those split from
i. Zion Baptist church.
ly at the Second Baptist church. .Rev.
Curry will preach tho sermon. .Prof.
B. F. Abbington was elected master
of ceremonies for this occasion, .Miss
Paulino Gilmoro has returned from
Columbia after several weeks' absence
to resume her studies at Lincoln In
stitute The Senior Normal and
High School Classes aro quito busy
making class pin and Invitation ar
rangements. .The pupils of tho Model
School have been asked to repeat
their folk dance at the entertainment
March 14, under the auspices of tho
Red Cross. .. .Mrs. Tull and Misses
Leo Lane and Mr. Geo. Frashier mo
tored to Columbia, Mo., to attend the
Roland Hayes recital last week.. Mrs.
Clement Richardson and Miss Ethel
Robinson spent the week-cud In Ful
ton.... Julia RIggs of Richmond, Mo.
received a painful burn In tho laundry
department last week. .. .Prof. W. E.
Jacobs returned from Kansas City
much Improved The work of uni
forming all the male students of tho
school is at last completed and the
boys present a splendid spectacle In
their khaki suits.
Lodge Directory
Ront Lodoa No. 2fl. A. T. mud
A. II., thou tbe 1st and 3rd
Monday in each month. All
Master llaaona In good standing
welcome. P. A. McWUUaros, W.
il.; C. H. Countee, Bec'y.
Liberty Lodoa No. 37, A. T.
and A. it., Liberty, Mo., meet
the 2nd and 4th Saturday
nights In each month. Nelon
Wallar, W. M.: Robert Dodd,
Sec y.
St. Stephens Chapter No. 37,
Royal Areh Masons, Liberty.
Mo. Meets first Tuesday In
each month. Nelson Wallar
H. P. Wm. Capps, Recorder.
Mr. John Walker is very ill at his
homo on 16th street. Mr. and Mrs.
Rozello Colley aro tho proud parents
of a girl. Mr. Colley is in France
Mr. William Ward, an old citizen of
lexington, died Friday, and will bo
buried Monday Mrs. Albert Johiv
son spent the week end with Mrs,
Daisy Britt of HIgginsvllle Rev. C.
A Raulston of Manhattan, Kans.,
preached Sunday at the Second Bap
tist church Mr. G. W. Robinson
suffered very much from the wound
ing of his hand Mrs. Tillie Mossof,
Kansas City, Kans., was visiting rela
tives last week Mrs. Aullne Brown
spent the week end in Kansas City
with her husband Rev. Mrs. Ward
will conduct a series of meetings at
Zion A. M. E. church, beginning Mon
day, March 0 Master Hubert Con
way suffered from a very bad accident
but is much improved at this writing,
. .Call :'.3S Red and report your news. .
Mrs. Hettie White of Colby, 111., is here
visiting iclatives Mr. and Mrs
Montrose Johnson of Des Moines, la.,
are visiting parents here Miss
Elexanza Johnson spent the week end
with parents. Miss Johnson is teach
ing at Fayette.
St. Matthew Commintiery
No. 17, Liberty, Mrx, moot
the third Saturday nlM.
V. I. Starks. E. C; TV. M.
UobltuiOQ, Reo. Beefy,
E. A. Walker Lodse No.
257. U. B. F.. meets the 2nd
i-und 4th Fridays of the month
5grt 1403 Michigan Ave. E. R.
,116th St. W. W. Watklss.
svmi Sbc- 1629 Vlrlnla-
T. G. McCampbell, PresidenL
E. B. Thompson, Vice President.
W. H. Washington. Treasurer.
H. Brown, Secretary.
Board of Directors:
G. Mosely, S. Myers,
H. Brown. B. S. Baker.
R, Patterson. M. W. Wilson,
B. It. Francis. Richard Harris
E. S. Miller, R. FulbrlghL
S. H. P. Edwards,
Meets second and fourth Tuesday
ui each month.
Hlui- Vullev U.iptist Church. 1120 Crystal.
jieeiiwood iiumlat Church, 18th and
Clark Chapel M. 13. Church, 1664 Madi
on Avenue.
cietnil a. M. E. Church, 24th and Flora.
dt. Stephen's Baptist Church, 604 Char
otte S'
Centennial M. E. Church, 19th and
Second baptist Church, 10th and Char
otte. Allen Chapel A M. B. Church, 10th and
"Sbenezei A. M E. Church, 17th and
St. August'.ne's P. E. Church, 11th and
rrcost Avenue.
St. John's . M. E. Church, 1743 Belle-
Seventh Dar Adventlst, 23d and Wood
and. St. Monica's Catholic, 17th and Lydla,
Vine St. Baptist Church, 1825 Vine St.
Ward rhao"l A M. E. Church, 11th and
Woodland Ave.
Morning Blur Baptist Church, 2311 Vine.
Highland Avenuo Baptist Church, 1111
St. James A. M. E. Zlon Church, 1123
Woodland Ave.
Second Christian Church, 2(th and
w oouisna.
Friendship Baptist Church. Seventeenth
mil Tracy,
O. M. ). Church, 1817 flora Ave.
St. James Baptist Church, 4039 Mill St.
St. Luke's A. M. E. flhurch, 43rd and
Prospect Place,
Church of the Ascension Episcopal
Third and Stewart, Kansas City, Kans.
First A. M. E, Church, 8th and Neb.
Eighth St. Baptist Church, 8th and
Metropolitan Baptist Church, 9th and
Bethel A. M. B. Church, Water and
Iteward Streets.
St Paul A. M, E. Church, 21st and
First Baptist Church, Jth and Neb.
King Solomon Baptist Church, 3rd and
3'jmdaro A. M. B. Church, Qulndaro.
Vloaimt Valley Baptist Church, Rose
ale. Kan
M. E. Church, vth and Oakland.
Second Baptist Church, 24th and Ruby,
Wesley Chapel M. H., 106 Shawnee.
Bethel A. M E. Church, Rosedalr- Kan,
Tabernacle BCDtlst Church. 760 Muncle
Blvd., Armstrong. KUo. Ray, D. Nor
net. vastar.
her sister, Mrs. E. M. Ligon of Dos
Moines, la., that had taken a relapse
and had to be taken back to tho hos
pital........Followlng nro tho pupils who
mado the highest average:
Sixth Grade Lucllo Gralium.
Fifth Grade Anna B. Osborne.
Fourth Grade Oscar Williamson.
Third Grade Corean Miller.
Second Grade Altha Childress.
First Grade Cleva Boggus.
Miss Gussle Wilson of Nashville,
Tenn., spent a few days with Mrs.
U. S. Childress Mrs. Mao Hicks of
Kansas City spent Sunday with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Whltsett.
Mr. Ohio Johnson has returned from
duties overseas Mrs. S. Reeves re
celved a letter and a card from her
husband, Mr. Ray P. Reoves, that ho
is in New York and is expecting a dis
charge soon Miss Oneta Martin
from Carrollton was here visiting her
mother and friends Miss Brlttio
Martin and Florence Irene Thompson
left this morning for Atchison, Kas.,
March 10 Mr. II. Carter, Mr. H
White, Mr. A. Anderson and Mr. H.
Thomas were hero from Carrollton
attending our revival Rev. Moten,
the evangelist, is conducting a series
of meetings at tho A. M. E. Church.
A large audience attends each even
ing and much interest is being mani
fested. There havo been eleven addi
tions to the church. Dr. Moten is an
excellent speaker and a man possess
ing a fine personality. .. .Prof. Howo
visited our school this week The
pupils and teachers of Douglass school
listened to an excellent address by
the Rev. Dr., Moten last Friday morn
ing at general exercises. Rev. Silas
also gave an interesting talk.
By Mrs. Joslo Walls.
Mrs. Dovle Ray of Kansas City vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wilson and left
Saturday for St. Louis Tho writer
Is on the sick list Misses Aqulla
Johnson and Ardena Walls were in
Marshall on business Friday and Sat
urday Mrs. N. J. Henderson pnd
Mrs. Nannie Neff were callers at tho
homo of the writer Tuesday evening.
Little Miss Alta Lewis visited
her aunt in Glasgow Sunday.. . .Mr.
and Mrs. N. J. Henderson visited
Rock Creek Sunday Miss Ardena
Walls will close school at Camp Creek
Friday evening. Rev. E. F. Pate
preached a fino sermon Sunday
Mrs. Angellne Gordon nnd Mrs. Lucy
Crawford are on the sick list Mrs.
Bertha Robinson of Donsmore, la.,
who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs.
William Freelow, lias returned home.
Mrs. Freelow accompanied her
Mr. Quince Doblns and Mr. Taylor
Campbell are on the sick list this
of tho A. M. E. Church served re
Mr. Banks Is giving a freo banquet
In honor of tho citizens of Sallna,
Thoro will bo a meeting at the U. K.
T. hall to elect delegate's to the new
organization of tho Cplored people of
Kansas which will convene In Wichita,
Kansas, March 23-2C. We bcllevo tho
Negroes of Sallna havo awakened to
many things that Is not only a help
to themselves in tho State but to the
race as n whole.
The people in Wellington aro doing
things. Both churches are moving to
higher heights Vice President
Frencli in his speech Sunday night
touched the hearts of many and will
Help us in the near future. His sub
ject was -Getting the Best." The
M. E. church had their ralley Sunday,
getting their pastor ready for confer
ence There will be a great treat
Saturday night. Rev. Tolson's son,
who is a coming, orator, will be at tho
M. E. church Mrs. Walton, Fre-
donia Harris and Mattie Price are
giving an entertainment Thursday
night. We hope It will bo a good suc
cess Rev. C. A. Long preached the
funeral of Mr. Wiley Ridley, who lived
at nth and Michigan, Kansas City,
Mo Mrs. Lucy Page is expected to
be in Kansas City this week on business.
Quite a number of people aro on tho
sick list at the present time Mr,
and Mrs. Allen of Paxico are spending
a few days with her mother, Mrs. A.
Hall. Tho Bethel Club was enter
tained by Mrs. W. A. Busch Thursday
afternoon When in Manhattan go
to tho Rock Island restaurant for a
good meal Mrs. M. Watson leaves
Saturday for Dunlap, Kans., to organ
ize the Ban of Mission Several of
the 92d boys wero entertained Thurs
day evening by Mrs. Carey The
girls gave an elegant surprise party
at the homo of Mrs. W. A. Busch
Marcli 7th In honor of Mr. Douglass
Mason, it being his 13th birthday.
They spent a delightful evening play
ing games and singing Mrs. Allen
left Monday for Oklahoma to visit her
father. Rev. Ralston is homo after
spending a few days out of tho city. .
Rev. Watson, who has been out of the
city holding a revival, has returned
Rev. and Mrs. J. Arthur were very
pleasantly tendered a surprise party
by the members and friends of the
Church. Among the many useful and ! TIl
Rev. L. P. Bryant conducted the
funeral services of Dorrel Carriger at
Savannah, Mo., Saturday morning.
Mrs. Bryant accompanied Rev. and
the family The Douglass School
building was badly damaged by fire
Saturday afternoon. The flro was
caused by a defective furnace. School
Is being held at the A. M. E. Church.
Presiding Elder Brooks conducted
a very successful Quarterly Meeting.
Tho church raised $2SC.G8 this quar
ter Miss Ella Mitchell and Miss
Eugene Montgomery entertained for
Master Ernest O. Boone Saturday
Dainty refreshments were served.
Helen Jackson was a guest also
Mrs. Welch spent the week-end vis
iting her daughter, Mrs. Frankie Till
man Mr. Alfred Allen spent Sun
day in Maryville, tho guest of Mr.
John Gooden Mr- Mosley, son of
Mrs. Lena Mosley, who has been dis
charged from service, is visiting his
mother and sister Rev. and Mrs.
L. P. Bryant and Rev. Brooks wero
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mai-
come Sunday Citizens of Maryville
met at tho A. M. E. Church in mass
meeting to mako plans for a now
school building. Rev. Bryant is chair
man of tho committee and Prof.
Boone, secretary Mr. and Mrs. W.
M. Mitchell entertained Prof, and Mrs.
Boono and son with a six o'clock din
ner Monday Mr. Rufus Palmer is
very ill at the home of his sister, Mrs.
Smart Miss Margaret Smith en
tertained a number of little folks with
a delightful party, complimentary to
Ernest O. Boono the 3rd. Beautiful
favors were concealed In crepe nap
kins and dainty refreshments were
served Call G71 and subscribe for
Sun Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
At the Parent-Teachers' Meeting
Friday evening held at tho Attucks
School a very nlco program was ren
dered, which consisted of an address,
a paper full of good thought by Mr.
Fred Smith; solo, Miss Fay Reed;
Instrumental solo, Mrs. Alcna Gar
ner, and at tho conclusion of the pro
gram, Mrs. Emma Tucker, tho presi
dent for the ensuing year, came for
ward and presented a cut glass sugar
and creamer to Mrs. Tillie Reed, the
retiring president. Tho gift was made
to Mrs. Tllllo Reed, the retrlng presl
dent. Tho gift was mado to Mrs
Reed by parents and friends who
wanted to show their appreciation to
her for her untiring efforts to mako
tho Association a success during tho
past year. Mrs. Reed thanked the
peoplo in a few well chosen words
for their kindness and thoughtfulness.
The Pleasant Valley Mission Circle
met at tho residence of Mrs. Frank
Moore Monday afternoon. After the
regular routine of business a delicious
repast was served by tho hostess
Tho funeral of Mrs. February Riley
was held from the Pleasant Valley
Baptist Church Sunday afternoon by
tho pastor, Rev. J. R. Williams. Mrs.
Riley at one time resided in this city
but at the time of her death was a
resident of Kansas City, Mo. She is
survived by a daughter, son, six grand
children and relatives.
valuable prestnts brought were: $1.00 Jackson entertained Prof, and Mrs. E.
(By Mrs. A. R. Fox.)
The Sewing Circle of Bethel A. M.
E. Church was entertained last Thurs-; sugar, Mr. and Mrs. Booze and son
day evening by Mrs. Suslo Trice. Af-1 coffee and preserves, Mrs. Anna L,
and a dozen of eggs, Mr. and Mrs.
Estill; rice, butter and eggs, Mr. and
Mrs. Squire Dale; sugar and beans,
Mr. and Mrs. James Henderson; meal,
Mr. James H. Davis; sugar, Mr. J. L.
Blake; sugar, Arnetta Campbell; po
tatoes, Mrs. Dollle Nelson; sugar,
Rev. W. M. Adams; salt and pota
toes, Miss Lizzie Ennis; meat and
potatoes, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Nelson;
ter tho business hour dainty refresh
ments were served Mr. Harvey of
Moberly recently receiving his honor
able discharge from the American
Army and who saw service "over
there" was a week end visitor in
Macon the guest of his cousin, Mrs.
Floyd Ancell. Mr. Harvey was a
member of the 93rd division The
revival services at the Baptist church
are progressing nicely Mr. Gles-
ner Grant, who has just returned
home from overseas duty, was In Ma
con last week tho guest of his par
ents and delivered a very Inspiring
talk on the war at the meeting of
the Christian Endeavor of Bethel A.
M. E. Church last Wednesday even
ing. Mr. Grant was also a member
of the 93rd division and has received
his honorable discharge Mr. Fred
Williams, who has been spending the
winter in Mt. Dora, Florida, has re
turned Mrs. Mary Rankins of
Webster Groves Is here visiting her
husband Miss Annie Windsor has
been quite sick at her home.
By U. S. Grant Tayes.
Rev. Scruggs is out of the city
Rev. J. Goins, former pastor of the
Second Baptist church, Is In the city
on business. . .Cards' have been Issued
announcing tho marrlago of Mr. Earl
Bolton and Miss Beedle Caldwell...,
Give tho reporter your news by call
ing 223 Blue.... Mr. Teddy Cabelton
returned home from Kansas City. .Mr.
E. Duncan returned from tho army. . . .
Mr. OUio King has returned home
from tho army.... Tho K. of P.'s and
Court of Calanthe will turn out joint-
Haniley; roast and beans, Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Lindsay; 2Mb. sack of
flour, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Sweats;
roast, Mr. and Mrs. Hendricks; tea
and money, friend. Rev. and Sirs.
Arthur wero exceedingly grateful U
their friends.
Tho A. Jr. E. Church is having a
revival St. John Baptist will start
theii revival later on Tho Grim
Monster has been hitting Mt. Edna
Chapter No. 35, Order of the Eastern
Star, very hard for the last two
months Mrs. Nannie Harris, worthy
matron, died of a serious operation at
Mt. Carmel hospital Mr. J. H. Stew
art, also a member, died in February
and was buried with all tho honors
of Evergreen Lodge No. 61, A. F. &
A. SL Tho funeral was conducted by
Rev. J. W. Williams of Oklahoma
City. He is survived by his widow,
one son and several grandchildren.
The members of Eastern Star Chap
ter No. 38 extend their heartfelt sym
pa thy to the bereaved family.
Rev. S. D. Lovell began a revival
meeting last week and is assisted by
Mrs. Jones of Liberty Mrs. II, W.
Hicks and Mrs. George Brooks were
shopping in Cameron last week. Mr.
and Mrs, Blubln Lee aro the happy
parents of a flno girl Mrs. Millard
Harden has been quite s!ck.....Mrs.
Sandy Houston is sick Mrs. Mary
Boggus and Miss Charity May Weston
went to Kansas City Tuesday Mrs.
Georgo Tillman received a letter from
O. Boono and son with 6 o'clock din
ner Wednesday Mrs. Goldie Kelly
of St. Joe spent the week-end visiting
her mother, Mrs. Mary Smith
Misses Christina and Viola Page of
Omaha are visiting their grandma,
Mrs. Clara Pago Mrs. Nannie Mis-
iner of Denver, Col., who was here to
seo her brother, Dorrel Carriger, will
remain in the city as tho guest of her
sister, Mrs. Anderson, for a few
The many friends of Mrs. James
Palmer are glad to know that sho Is
convalescing at her home after un
dergoing a serious operation att St
Frances hospital, whore sho was con
fined for three weeks.
Fiiends of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ernest
Brown will regret to learn that their
daughter, Ernestine LaVeone, 5 years
of age, died Wednesday evening at
their homo in South Dakota after a
month's Illness. Tho family brought
the remains to Salina Sunday after
noon. Mr. and Mrs. Brown wero for
merly residents of this city. Little
Ernestine is survived by two younger
brothers besides her parents Tho
Senior Stewardess Board met at the
homo of Mrs. John Sursher Wednes
day afternoon and the Junior Steward
ess Board met at tho home of Mrs.
E. W. French on Friday afternoon.
Refreshments wero served by each
hostess Mrs. Rudolph Prin planned
and carried out a very pleasant birth
day surprise on her husband Monday
evening. All present reported a good
time. Hon. W. G, Banks, special dep
uty of the American Woodmen, gave
an interesting lecture Monday even
ing at tho' A. M, E. Church basement,
That Mr. Banks' subject appealed to
many was shown by the large number
of persons present. He told the girls
how to get husbands and how to keep
them after they get them. The lat
ter applied to already married couples.
While Mr, Banks received new appli
cants to tho Insurance company, ho
is representing the Emergency Board
N. N. C. C. L. A.
The first one hundred per cent
block in Kansas City-was reported on
Wednesday, March 5th. General Pearl
M, Dabney reported on that day that
under her Division every objective
had' been taken and that every house
in the 1800 block on East 21th street
was displaying from its window the
N. N. C. C. L. A. Flag, cmplematlc
of membership.
General Mario B. Wheeler reported
the first one hundred per cent family
as tjfi result of the efforts of her Di
vision on Tuesday, March 1th, the day
of the sleet. A family of eight mem
bers, composed of a father, mother,
three daughters, one son and two
sons-in-law. All eight joined the
League. They live In General Wheel
er's block on 21st and Harrison.
One of the surprising features of
tho Campaign is the support which is
being given this movement by White
people. White people sign the peti
tion and pay the membership fee al
most as readily as do our own. Every
white business house on 18th street,
except one, has enlisted, and that one
has promised to enlist later.
Our Campaign was the subject of a
discussion in one of the white High
Schools one day last week, when It
was taken under "Current Topics."
In closing the discussion the teacher
said to tho class, "This movement on
tho part of tho Negroes is entirely
right and proper. Thero Is no reason
why the Negro should have every
right that is guaranteed him under
the Constitution of tho United States.
There is no reason why in a country
where Democracy exist, any class of
citizens should havo any rights that
another class of citizens does not
Just tho little agitation that we
have had, as a result of the present,
campaign, brought that admission of
the justice of our claims. Suppose
that wero multiplied by a million?
The Kansas City Membership Cam
paign of the N. N. C. C. L. A. is cre
ating a large amount of interest in
Missouri and throughout tho country
as well. This interest is shown in
letters that are coining in asking for
Information as to how thoso living
outside of Kansas City may secure
From a little town in Nebraska, in
which there aro only five colored
families, thero camo an application
for membership for the entire colored
In another place in this issue is
published a letter from Marshall, Mis
souri, which expresses the opinion of
every' loyal progressive Negro.
If you want an Automobile
with a good careful driver for
calls, weddings, parties or fu- "
nerals, call the old reliable
Bell Phone East 2600.
Day or Night.
Mr. J, T. Black, pioneer in
Auto Livery, nnnounces that he
is agatu serving tho" public. Safe
ty In service Is his motto.
Call Bell phono East 5131, or
resldenco phone East C90.
Peoples Drug Store
Northeast corner of Eighteenth Street and the Pateo
For fourteen years we have serv
ed you. We have never substi
tuted nor given you an inferior
article. We carry everything
in the Drug line, all the latest
and best toilet articles. We
deliver anything to any part of
the city - - promptly - -call us up.
Bell East 1814 Home East 4082
A Wonderful Hair Dressing and Growar
Good money made. Want agents In
overy city and village to sell the
wonderful preparation. Can bo used
with or without Straightening Irons.
Sells for 25c per box, one 25c box
will prove its value. Any person who
will use a 25c box will bo convinced.
No matter what has failed to grow
your hair, Just glvo the
a trial and you will be convinced.
Send 25c for full sized box.
If ou wish to be an Agent send
$1.00 and we will send you a full
Supply that you can begin work at
once; also agents terms.
Send all money by Money Order to
Box 812 UreensBOro, N. C
Tho history of Kansas City records but one real, legitimate,
ompetent, established Negro jeweler, and he k
J. A. Wilson
at 1616 W. 9th St. Half block west of Wyoming St.
Mr. Wilson sells
Diamonds, Watches, Clocks and Staple Jewelry
: : and : :
Guarantees to the public satisfactory and proper treatment.
Bell Phone E. 4394R
Office 2460 Waldrond Ave.
B Modern Builders Co.
A. E. ESTES, President
World Wonder
Hair College!
Manufacturer of tho Wonder Worker Hair Grower.
Agents Wanted. Liberal Commission.
You can mako from $15 to $25 per week during spare time
selling my oils and dressings, -
Write today. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Madame Plummer, Pres.
2114 Vine Street. Kansas City, Mo.

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