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THE KANSAS CITY SUN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1920. From Our Foreign Correspondents PLEASANT HILL, MO. I Mrs. Chauncey Taylor and children of Kansas City, Kansas, are mo guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Taylor this week.... Mrs. Buckner of Sedalla was hero last week visiting Mrs. . D. Hem8ley....Rev. Alexander and wifo are In Joplln attending Confer erenco this week. ..Car'.. Blanche Kaiser of Lawree , Is here vlsltlnc her moU?'Nannle Ury- ant.... Miss t is on the sick list Jeff's 1? Ssin pies, 60c. BILLINGS, MONTANA. Thirteen Beautiful Cathedral Windows Donated to the A. M. E. Church. MME. VIOLA ELLIS Scientific Scalp Specialist MASSAGE and HAIR GROWER 1907 E. 13th Street TEETK Without Plates. The following are the names of those who donated an opalescent and cathedral glass window In Wayman Chanel A. M. E. Church: Mr. David Harris, the promoter of the move' nient, was so impressed with the suc cessful effort of the pastor, Rev. J. B. Coleman, in procuring a large pulpit window with the Bible engraved In the center: Messrs. Charles Nevels, Henry Green, L. Summerville. J. W, Tutt, Cus .Holt. J. W. Watson. Mrs, Walker Browing; Masonic Order, Knights of Pythias, G. U. O. of O. V. Logan and Mullison Glass Company. Jeffs cobblers 13c an order. When your DENTAL WORK is done AT THIS OFFICE you place yourself among a class of patients that re ceive reliable materials and expert workmanship. If It is extraction that you fear let me prove to you its all in knowing how. DR. B. A. WALLMAN Dentist Specialist In Crown and Bridge Work. N. W. Cor. 8th and Walnut St Above Owl Drug Store MACON, mo. , Services wero well attended at tho Vine and Broadway Baptist church Sunday. At tho ovenlng services the Lord's Supper was taken,. ..Mr. Ml dreth Richardson went to St. Louis Sunday morning on business... .Mrs. Ross of Coffoyville, Kas., Is tho guest of her sister, Mrs. Mary Ouy.... Rhetorical Exercises wero rendered by the pupils of room 4 of Dumas School Friday afternoon. Remarks wero raado by tho teachers. .. .Mr. Alex. McElroy Is improving. Jeffs Lemon pies, 60c. ROSEDALE, KANSAS. residence, 16 Rolling Mill and proi ceeded to tho residence of Mr. and Mrs. P. Randolph, 124 Rainbow Blvd. The prizes were won by Mr. Dan Allen, Mr. John Ralls and Miss Louisa Douglass. Dainty refreshments wero served by tho hostesses and tho Club expressed their gratitude to the young ladies for their kindness. Miss es Hannorf and Robinson are two of the young and popular teachers of Attuck's school. Jeff's Lemon pies, 60c. Mrs. B. B. Officer of 2321 Lydla ave nue, Kansas City, Mo., spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mason, 3910 Adams street. ' lie Clark PORO HAIR DRESSER I guarantee to make harsh, brittle hair soft and fluffy, and if not satisfactory after three months' treatment, your money will be refunded. 627 Parallel Ave., Kansas City, Kansas. LYRIC HALL FOR RENT For All Entertainments See 0, H. HARRIS, Mgr. 1731 Lydia Ave. Hours: 8 to 9 a. m.,12 to 1 p. m. Hall phones, Home Main 2783, Bell Grand 3352-W. Residence, 2624 Eu clid Ave. Res. Phone, Bell Melrose 5219-W. RATES REASONABLE Do you need money? W have plenty of money to loan to rooming house keepers on short time. Must have reference. PROPERTY OWNERS can obtain a loan through our agency and pay It back by weekly installments. IF YOUR HOUSE NEEDS repairing, painting or papering, get a loan and put in its necessary repairs. Our Business Is Strictly Confidential. Bell Phone Grand 4204. Home, Delaware 950. ST. JOSEPH, MO. Mr. and Mrs. Newton Johnson and Miss Elizabeth Baker motored down Sunday from Hiawatha. Kas., to spend the day with Mrs. E. J. Suggs and daughter, Mrs. G. W. Nelson Mrs. Lawson of Columbia, Ohio, and daughter, Dorothy. Mrs. Silas Wal lace of Kansas City, Kas., were tho guests of Mrs. Alfred. Byrani Wednes day evening Mr. Willis Collins, formerly a policeman of St. Joseph, died at Cameron, Mo., and was buried there. He leaves a son and a host of f trends to mourn bis loss The meeting that was called for the lady voters at Francis Street Church. Mon day 4. was well attended by a great crowd of men and women. Mrs. G. L. Prince, being principal speaker. aroused the house with much enthu siasm. . . .Mrs. Lawson and daughter, who were visiting Mrs. Dr. Wheatley. left last Thursday for their home in Columbus, Ohio... Mrs. Nettie Woods, who has been visiting her uncle, Nel son C .Crews, made a flying visit to St. Joseph to make a short trip with her Uncle, Smith Crews. She left the City at two-thirty Sunday afternoon for her return trip to Chicago, 111... Mrs. Sarah Fleming was a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Crews, Sunda Actober 2 Mr. Harry Myers left last Sunday for Excelsior Springs on account of his health and will be gone an indefinite time. The A. M. E. Choir will give a benefit October 12. Admission 15c Friday evening October 1, 1920, an honorary party was given in honor of our Most Wor thy Prince and Drill Master. K. is. Marney of A. R. Chinn's Palatium Guards No. 2 of St. Joseph, Mo. This great man was really worthy of the party and In his younger days and up to the present time he and the fam ous A. R. Chinn's Palatium Guards name and fame stand abroad through out the country. He has always won a prize of some kind. The present presiidng prince of this department spared no pains in making this occa sion a grand affair. Much credit is due the members who gave willingly towards securing a present for him and much more credit is due tho past Presiding Prince, Prince Smith M. Crews, for his kindness with a will ing hand towards helping to produce this grand affair. A vote of thanks was turned to the Committee, me Hall was beautifully decorated with flowers and drapery. The evening gowns worn by the Prince and Prin cess and also the visiting guests were very pretty. The Gold Medal was presented by the present Drill Master, Capt. Willis Williams. Jeff's Lemon pies, 60c. WAVERLY, MO. Sunday was a fine day for services. The pastor being away at Conference, many of the A. M. K. members at tended the M. E. church. . .Mrs. Mary Tucker and Wm. Nolan of Chicago, Mrs. Zenobla Keith Irwin fcand Mr. Wm. Keith Jr., from Kansas, Mrs. Eliabcth Williams of Omaha, Nebr., were called to the bedsldeTbf their father and grandfather, Mr. Wm. Keith, Sr.. who was very sick but Is improving The social gathering at the Masonic hall last Saturday night was a success. Rev. Moten re ports a fine conference In Joplln, Mo. . .Waverly Temple No. 213 Is pro. gressing nicely under the leadership of Mrs. Wm." Anderson. CARRQLTON A HOSPITABLE PLACE TO VISIT. By Mrs. Corrino Bodine. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Smith of Kan sas City who spent part of their honeymoon with us left for their homo Thursday evening singing loud' ly the praises of Carrolton and feed' ing deeply Indebted to their relatives and many friends for the royal man ner In which they were received and entertained. They feel too much credit cannot be given to Mr. Albert Tlfomas who spared neither money, tlmo or patns to make their stay pleasant. During tho past woek they were highly entertained by tho fol lowing friends: Mr. Albert Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Martin, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Drake, Dr. and Mrs. W. II Gatlin, Mrs. Rosetta Morris ami Mrs Corrine Bodine. We trust tho noon and evening of their married life may bo as cloudless and beautiful as the morning. practical. Getting away from produc tion is llko getting away from tho family fireplace after shoveling snow balls Into tho blazing flro on a cold New Year's ove. If we would have better homes, larger bank accounts, wider fields of Industry, we must en courage tho source wrom whence It came, for tho astounding fact Is that our country grow from a few scatter ed farms and settlements along the Atlantic coast to the greatest nation in teh world. .. Jeff's cobblers 15c an order. THE SUN WANTS a good typist. Pleasant hours and rea' sonablo salary. The Sun wants a good circulation Man ager. Must be a hustler. The Sun wants a man to sell papers on tho street. $10.00 or commission. Apply In person, 1803 E. 18th St. Cut the high cost of living by buy ing your meats at National Packing House Market, 558 Walnut Street. Jeff's three.-.la.yer cakes. 15c a slice. Jeff's Ixmion pies, 60c. NEGROES URGED TO ENCOURAGE FARM PRODUCTION. Jeff's Sweet Potato pie 60c. f J J J J 4- HODGSON MIRROR CO. Old Mirrors Resllvered. New ones made to order. Work called for and delivered. Phones: H. Benton 2482. B. Clifton 4376 2802 EAST 18TH ST. SIXTH CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST. 1221 Garfield Avenue. Sunday 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Wednesday testimonials S p. m. ROSEDALE, KANS. Misses Cora Hannon and Edith Robinson were hostesses of the. Pleas ure Seekers Club Thursday evening. The entertainment feature was a Fox Hunt and uqlte an enjoyable evening was spent by members of the Club, their husbands and guests. Every one met at Mr. and Mrs. A. Powell's By Ernest W. Miller. Possibly too little attention and en couragement is extended our men and women In tin rural districts. If we would keep in touch with today we must keep in touch with the other fellow, know what he is doing and how he is doing it. Men and women are bnrn with nnvintv in know mnrn aooui every ming: meir auiuty 10 actu ally do big things have made them I Home Phone Main 6272. Bell Phone Main J069. KANSAS CITY BOOK EXCHANGE BOOKS BOUGHT, SOLD AND EXCHANGED. 715 Main Street. DR. A. A. MAYER 1833 Vine Street (19th and Vine Sts.) Office hours: 9:00 to A. M.; 3:00 to 8:30 P. M. days by appointment. Bell Phone Clifton 30C5 11:00 Sun- SALLIE T. JACKSON Notary Public with Williams & Jackson Realty Co. 1704 E. 12th. Both Phones: Bell Clifton 1415 Home Benton Residence, 1910 Woodland. Bell phone Clifton 623. IT. K. L. Love O. Blanchard THE DEW DROP BARBER SHOP AND POOL HALL Electrical Equipment "Good Work" our motto. Satisfaction Guaranteed GrVB US A TRIAL 1717 East 18th Street KANSAS CITY, MO. Jeff's Apple pies, 60c. SLATER, MO. By Mrs. Jessie Walls. Miss Velma Camel left for Geo. H. Smith College Monday She was ac companied by her mother, Mrs. Ethel Camel Rev. Wm. H. Smith Is on the sick list.... Mrs. Juanita Lewis and her little daughter, Genevieve have returned home from Huntsvllle where they spent two weeks visiting ....Blind Boone played at Abbott Chapel M. E. church, September 28th to a full house. All speak In high terms of Mr. Boone. While here he stopped at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Walls MIbs Ardena Walls visited home folks Sunday Rev. G. W. Leach and wife of Cahton, Mo., are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Lewis. Rev. Leach preach ed two able sermons Sunday. Jeff's sweet potato pies, 60c. HOLDEN, MO. Mr. Dave Holman, who has been sick, Is better at this writing. .. .Mr. Arb King went to Butler to work last Sunday.... Mrs. Combs and Mrs. Pratt visited Mrs. Holman Sunday. Mrs. Catherine Brown and Kenneth Carl of Warrensburg, were tho guests of Mrs. Stella Combs last week, , Mr. E. Pratt and Mr. F. Berry went to Kansas City Sunday to see the ball game..,. Mr. Harry Renix and family moved to Hlgginsvllle last week.... Mr. Charlie Pennington mov ed to the farm in the Klngsville dis trict for tho winter.... Mrs. Stella Combs spent Sunday night with Mrs. Pratt while Mr. Pratt was In tho City. ....There were quite a few visitors In town last week.... There were no services at either of the churches last Sunday. We bake our pastry. 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PHONES Bell East 1814 Home East 4082 THE STAR HAIR GROWER A WwKjrful hair DrMtlitg ud 1,000 AGENTS WANTED Good money made. Want agents in. ovory city and village to sell the STAR HAIR GROWER. This is a. wonderful preparatiqn. Can bo used with or without Straightening Irons. Sells for 15c per box, one 2Bc 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 give tho STAR HAIR GROWER a trial' and you will be convinced. Send 25c for full sized box. If you 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 THE STAR HAI RGROWER MFR., Box 812. Greensboro, N. C. MADAM S. PLUMMER Manufacturer of 4 VELVET BLEACHING CREAM WONDER WORKER HAIR GROWER Face and Hand Lotion and other Toilet Articles I teach Beauty Culture, Scalp Treatment, Facial Massage and Manicuring and give diplomas. I teach by mail, all letters careful ly read and answered promptly. I send goods to all parts of the United States. You can make from $15.00 to $25.00 per weok sell Ins my Oils and Dressing. All work guaranteed. Agents Wanted At Once. Write Today. MME. S. PLUMMER, Proprietor. Bell Phone Clifton 2464. 2114 Vine Street Everything is Pointing Plus The Live and Let Live Auto Baggage and Express Have TWO CARS. - Can be at your service in a moment's notice Kindling and Boxes for sale. , T. T. TIVETT Bell Phono, Grand 1266 Maad: 8109 Campbell Street, Kansas City, Ma. "For the Good of Your S-O-LE" BANKS ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP All kinds of Shoe Repairing Shoe Strings Polish Inner Soles Buttons Heel Plates Best Rubber Heels Hours 7:30 a. m. to 7 p- m. Saturdays 1 0 p. m. 1620 East 18th St. Kansas City, Mo.