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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 10 January 1914

Mm Mm u ALL THE Nt.no ALL THE TIME FEARLESS DEFENDER OF THE RACE frill s mm YOLTJME VI. NUMBER 20. KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1914. PRICE, 5c. Hurse ttrpnse Agreeably O ..... d V1..' I 1 S w T " .i i "Tjsffiu err TB'r iT"- r'"7 ttt 'Mir"Tw7,'TTT' -rrr"Tff " TfTmr' i -fc. I "II I . I.. MM I! I.I 111! I I msBwlls , Mg Hi 'l I BIHBBHBlHIIHiLk jfflt HEflEEEHSEH St. Stephens Honors Its Pastor -Eey. J. W. Hurse Handsomely Remembered by His Congrega . :,tion at tbe Close of Service Last Sunday Eveningly . B.ejng presented a New Suit, Overcoat, Hat, Shoes, Scarf, Box of Underwear, all Finest Quality iTHE LEADING BAPTIST iter the Presentation a Grand Master of Masons N. C. Crews, Eloquent ly Responded ,to by St, Stephen's Baptist Church gave a splendid exhibition of Its apprecia tion of its aggressive and tireless pas ' tor, Rev. J. W. Hurse, by presenting htm with an elegant suit of clothes, a yflne chinchilla overcoat and other wearlru; apparel at a total cost of '.' even...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 10 January 1914

3 "The Night Hawk" "THE NIQHT HAWK" glvet you a full evenlno here nd Undi you In 8t. LouU (t the very beginning of the butlneu day. Ifi mlohty fatt tnd mlQhty com- f That " apart of the Alton service If one of the things that make seasoned travb.u. luulc upon the Alton as The Only Way To , St. Louis THE NIGHT HAWK Leaves Kansas City 11:30 p. m. Arrives St. Louis 8:00 a. m. Sleepers open for occupancy at 10:30 p. m. THE EARLY blRD Leaves Kansas City 9:00 p. m. Arrives St, louIs 7:00 a. m. THE DAY FLYER Leaves Kansas City 10:00 a. m. Arrives St. Louis 6:30p. m. For reservations or further Information call, write or phone Chicago & A't5 ticket offices, where courteous and competent tlbket men will give you every attention. The Junction 9th, Main and Delaware Sts. Both Phones Main 542. W. H. ABEL, Assistant General Passenger Agent. The Eureka Ga I "7 IS Euciid Avenue The CrAy Steam Carpet Cleaner in Missouri Owned and Operated by a Negro. Your Old Carpets Made to Look New for a Reas...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 10 January 1914

i W1ML ART BUG AT PHONE Pad and Pencil Microbe Lurks in Etfery Booth. M. f iZZUzR.. xrp&Bt&fc MAN whoso temper was quick and whoso thumbs were thick used to In dulge In violent langungo every tlmo his wifo colled upon him to button her , waist up tho back. He had a hard tlmo getting tho hooks Into tho eyes, and ovpn attor he had them all ad justed there was no telling when some v ot them would get loose. One day after he had nearly all of them fastened ,hls wife wriggled a bit and most of the hooks came .loose. "I wish some darn fool would Invent a hook that -would, stay hooked," said the husband after he had uttered some things that are Unnecessary to repeat. "Why don't you?" asked tho wife, nit satirically nor because sho thought ho was a fool, but for hor ,own' peace of mind and to save him annoyance. "I will Bome day wheir-1 have a few minutes to eparo," he declared. And he did. From a simple device which he pat ented and put on tho market ho has made nearly 12,000,000. ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 10 January 1914

t " AH communications should bo ndilressed to The Kansas City Sun, 1803. East 18th Birot. Dell Phono Eait 999. Entered as second-class matter, August ti. 190S, at tho postotflco at Kansas City, Mo., under the act of March 3, 18 9. PATTERSON FUNERALjJ Nelson C. Crews Editor and Owner Willa B. Glenn ...General Manager J, a. Tyler ..Advertising Solicitor Eva P." Washington .. Traveling Representative Hosa Morton Collector Alma Crews Collector SUBSCRIPTION- RATES: One Tear Six Months -i" Three Monthsl 0 It occasionally happens that papers sent to subscribers are lost or stolen. In case you do not receive any number when due. Inform us by postal card and wo will cheerfully forward a duplicate of the missing number. V ADVERTISING RATE. E0 CENTS PER INCH.- The annual Tuskegee Conference will be held this year at Tuskegee In stitute, Alabama, Wednesday, Jan. 21, followed by tho Workers' Conference Tuesday, Jan. 22. Thousands of visit ors will be In attendance. Neal Range, manager of the Peo...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 10 January 1914

CITY flas Beatrice L.v Tyler of St. Louis, Mo., Is visiting Mrs. M. L. Walden, 2412 .Montgall avenue. Mrs. M. Ford, 918 Campbell street, has been very 111 with acute Indiges tion for the past ten days. The prices and the goods at the Colored Shoe Store are rlaht. Try them at 15072 E. 18tth. G. A. Page. E. A. Robinson, Express, Baggage and Light Moving. Prompt and cour teous' service. Call Bell phone East 754. Miss Emma Smith, formerly a mem ber of the Blind Boono Concert Co., who remained In the city to recuper ate this season, Is improving rapidly. Mr. Robert Waldron, Mrs. Prentice Freeman and Miss Mablo Emery en tertained fifty guests at Overall Studio Saturday. Favors were won by Mrs. Minnie Adams. Misses Lulu Shelby, Pauline Ray, teachess at Lincoln Instttute; Pansy IMcDanlels, Lucy Velar, Cozetta Kings- berry and Prace Williams, -were Sun's ) visitors last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Davis re turned Wfidnfisdav nlchr. nftor RTienrifnc? the holidays In Lawrence and Atchison, Kas. ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 10 January 1914

The league of Lost Causes By H. M. EGBERT Being the Romantic Adventures pF Paul Lane, American Millionaire A Dutch Music Lesson (Copyright, 1913. by W. O. Chapman.) HAVE been expecting you' for some days, Mr. Lane," said Lord Claude Tresham, when the young American stood bofore htm In tho li brary of his mansion on Park lane, London. "I learned somo tlmo ago that you had ceased to be associated with tho League. Sit down and tell me precisely why." Paul Lane answorcd with some ve hemence: "I was, as you probably know, In duced to place my services and my for tune at the Leaguo's disposal by Her Highness Princess Clothllde," he be gan. "I say 'service and fortune,' al though I believe that only the latter was required by tho minds at the back of the organization. At first I (was unaware of this. I threw myself ;wlth enthusiasm Into the cause." "That enthusiasm of you Americans will yot be the causo of your country's downfall," answered Lord Claude. "But please pardon the Interruption....

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 10 January 1914

A. F. and A. M. Missouri Jurisdiction dfflcers 1913. N, C, Crews, Kansas City, Grand Master. Deputy Grand Master, Richard Young, Lincoln, Neb..' t.. P. Payne, Glasgow, 'Mo., Grand Senior Warden. F. J. Brown, St. Louis, Grand Junior Warden.- H. H Walker, St. Joseph, Grand treasurer. Geo. W. K. Love, Grand Secretary, Kansas City, Mo. W. W. Fields, Secretary of Masonic Roller, Cameron, Mo. E. J. Cooper, Mexico, Mo., Grand Lecturer. Grand Commandery Officers. A. D,.J3utler, H. B. G. C, St. Joseph, mo. . .,:. , Theo. Wiley, V. B. D. G. C, St. Louis, Mo. I W. O. Mosely, B G. C. G., Kansas City. T. P. Mahammltt, G. Treasurer, Omaha, Neb. C. H. Lewis, G. Rec., Kansas City. Grand Chapter Officers. Geo. Broomfleld, G. H. P., St Louis, Mo. T. G. McCampbell, D. G. H. P., Kan sas City. A, L. Thomas, G. K., Jefferson City, Mq. J. P. Mofltte, G. S., Sedalla, Mo. Chas. Grlggsby, G. Treas., Liberty, Mo. B. S. Baker, G. Sec'y, Kansas City Mo. bR. J. H. JONES Physician and Surgeon Office Mourn 10 to I...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 10 January 1914

WHERE CAN YOU FIND ITS EQUAL? It litis been said the value of advertising lies in its power to convince the public of tho advantages to bo gained in; dealing with the advertiser. It is not the intention of tho management of the Delmonico Cafo and Homo Bakery- to deal at length vith customary advertising phrases that long sinco should havo been cast into tho rag bag of time. "We havo no desire to advertise in tho sense in which that term is most generally accepted j wo simply desire to state a'f 6 open facts which your investigation will necessarily verify. A STATEMENT OF FACTS: ; The Delmonico Cafe and Home Bakery, located at 52 s ' East Eighteenth street, Kan ' sas City, Mo., is the most thoroughly equipped Cafe west of the Mississippi rendering as it does a service almost wholly to Negroes. The rooms in connection are centrally situated at the Hub of the Negro District, and are the most modern and neatly furnished in their various ap pointments. The Home Bakery in con nection, whi...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 17 January 1914

v . 'l' u ! ALL THE NEWS ALL THE TIME FEARLESS DEFENDER OF THE RACE KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI, S'ATtfjpAY, JANUARY 17, 1911. VOLUME VI. NUMBER 21. PRICE, 5c. White Woman Bequeathe!! Negro S2Q0.000 Tie National Association for the Aflvaace Mt of Colored People a ffortly lizatioi. Omi o'nooo Pitlono Clniu in Ronnrrnho Ifo Mnrif iunoao uuiaiio mun iu iiGuu&muj no mown Prof. Spingarn, Scholar and Friend of Man Heralded ? to" Speak Under Auspices of the Association. By Chas. A. Starks. Ah organization should be Judged by Its ability and willingness to do a needful work effectively and'tinselflsh- ly. Such on organization exists and lives In. the great movement ot men and women, white and colored, who are working for a good cause under the happy appellation of the "National Association for the Advancement of Colored People." Strange to say ,thls organization has grown out of a neces sity which Negrophobia race hate and barbarism have mothered anil brought forth to blot a progressive civil...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 17 January 1914

I H-1EBICI COLLIES The Hampton Normal and Agricul tural Institute, Hampton, Va, almo to lit young men and women to do well and In an uncommon way the common tasks of life. Students are taught to handle their tasks like skilled work- men. They have for their work an ex cellent equipment and they are ex pected and required to take the best possible care of the school's property. They receive financial credit for their work and they are required to keep a Etrict account of all they earn and On December 14, engineered and di rected by W. Woods White, philanthro pist and progressive thinker, there was gathered at Atlanta the most not able and epochal meeting of the ne groes ever held in tho south, if not in America. Between 8,000 and 10, 000 representative negroes of Atlanta, 32 churches and pastors of all denom inations, meeting for a common joint religious purpose, assembled in the great Atlanta auditorium and were ad dressed by leading preachers of their own race, by leading preachers...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 17 January 1914

ft AT TflE flEMI SPflERD END t JpV TiBr F you crave the unusual It may bo tn few other lands. But before visiting that part of tho world make sure you are well supplied with money and In a mood to put up with more or less discomfort and Inconvenience; for the exceptional will bo your portion In this line as. well as In others," says Frederic S. Isliam, author and globe trotter, In the Detroit Freo Press. "South America Is a land of magnificent dis tances, also of surprises, somq of which are not ex actly welcome', although on the wholo It Is a very interesting part of the world," said Mr. Isham, re counting some of tho experiences that befell them on tho trip. "You' are constantly running on to the unexpected, so that thero Is no dangor of be ing wearied by lack of variety. "We met one man who has the most trying position of which I know. He's an American a big, broad shouldered, athletic chap, with tho polish of a university man and tho breezy open hearted manner of a true westerne...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 17 January 1914

THE KANSASC1TY SUN All communications should be addressed to Thu Kansas City Sun, 1803 Kast IStli Strut. Bell Phone East 899. Entered as second-class matter, AuBUst 1!, 180S, at the postofflce nt Kansas City, Mo., under the act of March 3. 1879. Nelson C. Crews Editor an. Owner Wllln n. rjlenn General Manacer J. O. Tyler Advertising Solicitor Kva r. Washington..... .. Traveling Representative rtosa Morton Collector Alma Crews .....onecior SUBSCRIPTION nATES: One Tear Six Months .J5 Three Months 80 It occasionally happens that papers sent to subscribers are lost or stolen, In case you do not receive any number when due. inform nn bv nostal card and we will cheerfully forward a duplicate of the missing numDer. 14 ADVEIlTlSlNa RATE. 00 CENTS PER INCH. Good Morning. Visit Provident Hospital. Do you want stock In the Kaw Val ley Truck Gardening Co.? Call E. A, Robinson, president. Bell, East 754. Are you a Democrat, Republican, Socialist, Bull Moose or for Commls slon Government? The, po...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 17 January 1914

- ---.II . i " T iW III I f r I ! NEWS, j Vjslt Provident Hospital,, "GO TO CIIUIICH SUNDAY" Is Fob. Jas. H, Crews Is able again. to be out Mr. Harvey Edwards Is quite ill at 921 Highland avenue. , FOR RENT Front , room;, light housekeeping; 220 Woodland avenue. N 4t ,Mlss Nagatha Marshall the little daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. ,0111e Mar shall Is 111 In Paola, Kas. Do you want stock In the Kaw Val ley Truck Gardening! Co.? Call E. A. Robinson, president. Bell, East 754. -The prices and -the goods at the Colored Shoe Store are right. Try them at 1507J4 E. 18tth. G. A. Page. Mrs. M. W. Wilson ot 25th and Flora was called to Moberly last Sun day on account of the death of a relative. Mrs. Frank SawVers of Kentucky gave a luncheon at the residence of Airs. B. F. WllBon 1812 East 12th st. in honor of a fow friends who have been extremely nice to her since she came from the Blue Grass stato to spend the winter with her life long friend Mrs. B. F. Wilson. Mrs. Saw yers has had the pleasure o...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 17 January 1914

The League of Lost Causes By it M Egbert eae omanl'c Adventures, of Pad Lane, American Millionaire The Seance at Nishikoff (Copyright. 1913. by HE! league was doomed; thatl was ttio substanco ot nearly every conversation In the dip lomatic clubs of Europe. Cre ated by Dvornak, that brilli ant and erratic genius whoso diatribes against democracy had stirred all the courts ot tho continent, It had become organ ized In a single year In every country between Spain and tho Urals. Kings had become members of It, and tho league, backed by tho most powerful ot Influences, had acquired Immunity from governments and threatened to Impose its will upon the civilized world. Then the inevitable happened. Factions arose, base men perverted Its aims to their own ends; the best clement abandoned it in disgust, a counter-organization ot Western rul ers was Initiated, and, after the Issue had hung for months in tho balance, tho scales tell, and the league became discredited. And up and down Europe, tr...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 17 January 1914

A. F. and A. M. Missouri Jurisdiction Officers 1913. '"N. q, Crows, Kansas City, Grand Master. ' Deputy Grand Master, Richard Young;. Lincoln, Neb, K F. Payne, Glasgow, Mo. Grand Senior "Warden. F. J, Drown, St. Louis, Grand Junior Warden, H. H, Walker, St. Joseph, Grand Treasurer. Geo. W. K. Love, Grand Secretary, Kansas City, Mo. W, W. Fields, Secretary of Masonic Relief, Cameron, Mo. 13l J. Cooper, Mexico, Mo., Grand tecturer. Grand Commandery Officers. A. D. Butler, It. E. G. C, St. Joseph, Mo. . , Theo. Wiley, V. E. D. Ct.-tfC., - St.. , 1jou1s.-Mo. '.V - '' ' '' 7W- - Mosely, E G. C. G., Kansas City. T. P. Mahammltt, G. Treasurer, Omaha, Nob. O. H. Lewis, G. Rec, Kansas City, Grand Chapter Officers. Geo. Broomfleld, G. H. P., St Louis, Mo. T. G. McCampbell, D. G. H. P., Kan sas City. A. L. Thomas, G. K., Jefferson Cltjf, Mo. J. P. Mofltto, G. S., Sedalla, Mo. Chas. Grlggsby, G. Treas., Liberty, Mo. E. S. Baker, G. Sec'y, Kansas City Mo. ASONIC BUILDING ASSOCIATION MEMBERS. R. ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 17 January 1914

WHERE CAN YOU FIND ITS EQUAL? It lias been said tho value oE advertising lies in its power to convince tho public of the advantages to be gained iit, dealing with tho advertiser. It is not tho intention of the management of tho Dclmonico Cafo and Homo Bakery to deal at length with customary advertising phrases that long sinco should have been cast into the rag bag of time. "Wo havo no desire to advertise in tho sense in which that term is most generally accepted; wo simply desiro to state a few' open facts which your investigation will necessarily verify. A STATEMENT OF FACTS: The Dclmonico Cafe and Home Bakery, located at 1512 East Eighteenth street, Kan sas City, Mo., is the most thoroughly equipped Cafe west of the Mississippi, rendering as it does a service almost wholly to Negroes. The rooms in connection are centrally situated at the Hub of the Negro District, and are the most modern and neatly furnished in their various ap pointments. The Home Bakery in con nection, while com...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 24 January 1914

So (Cut) Sun ' A N FEARLESS DEFENDER OF THE RACE ALL THE NEWS ALL THE TIME VOLUME VI. NUMBER 22. KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1911. PRICE, 5c. EVERYBODY Go To Church Sunday 1 st 66 Go To Charch Sunday" A Great Universal Movement Ministers, Men, Women and Christian Workers to Join In Making -It A Glorious Affair Local ' Churches To Make Empty Pews. Preachers Jubilant Over the ' - Prospective" Gatherings and Give Voice j To Their Sentiments , By Charle3 A. Starks. MohammCd, after vaunting that he would call" the great mountain that stood in the distance to him, assured ly observed that he -would go to the mountain, since the mountain -would not come to him. This seems to ho the universal cry of the church today touching upon the attitude of the great mass of people: "It the peo- piU Will uuiuh fc " - , the church will go to the people." This happy conclusion is taking con crete form In the world-wide move ment of he Christian workers to se cure a larger gathering of me...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 24 January 1914

ssssai 7 ' mas O INEW YORK BEFORE IT WAS DE MAGNETIZED Beneath the big receiving float ot the F. C. & A. Aerial line twinkled the scattered night lights of New York lty the new New York, the New Ji'ork of 1962. Capt Martin MacManus, master alrigator, retired, and the young float superintendent puffed lux uriously at their midnight cigars and sazed down into the vast silence. Hundreds of tiny air craft, their tingle white turret lights marking them as private, streamed to and fro along rtho passenger lanes. The traffic lanes were empty, save for the Inevitable lumbering newspaper carriers bearing tho hour's papers to the express floats at tho lower end of the island. No hum ot crowded humanity came upward through tho night to the float, for the humanity that once had packed Manhattan island now was scattered over the new 200 mile- Metropolitan area, a feat that had been made pos sible by Durang's mastery of the law of gravitation and the consequent de velopment of cheap, safe and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 24 January 1914

Njtnmimmmnmmmm:mmu:nimmi: m ADVANTAGE? B GEORGE MUN80N. Dorotny, wearing a sweater and rubber-soled shoos, with her fair hair loosely colled about the nape of her neck, sat In a cave upon the seashore it Dluo Harbor, reading a newspaper. To be moro accurate, she was reading i two-column article upon the front page of a newspaper, nnd It was head ed '"No News of Dorothy Lamont" It gave one a creepy feeling to know that ono was bolng searched for 411 over the United States, that the sudden disappearance of the million ilro'ri daughter had aroused the Inter est and apprehensions of ninety mil lions of people,, while tho girl In ques tion Was testing quietly nt a little, un fashionable seasldo resort in Massa chusetts. But Dorothy had no com punctions whatever. "I won't marry Harold Curtis," she said, twisting herself upon her side and looking out at the leaping waves. "I don't care If father will go bank rupt unless the Lamont and Curtis interests ore 'afllllatod,' as he calls It, It i...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 24 January 1914

aammttrntmrnetmuiiMm 1 THE K ANS ASCITY SUN Alt communications should be addressed to The Kansas City Sun, 1803 East 18th 8trel' Dell Phone East 999, Entered as socond-class matter, August , 1808, at the postofflce at Kansas City, Mo., under the act of Starch 3, 1879. Nelson C Crew Editor and Owner WillA B. Glenn., Ueneral Manager Geo. K. Thompson AdvcrtlstaR Atrcnt J. G. Tyler Advertising Solicitor Eva I". Washington.... i Traveling Hepresentatlve Itosa Morton 'S!!ccior Alma Crews . Collector SUBSCRIPTION HATES: One Tear W-JJ Six Months 76 Three Months 0 it nrnxlnnniw hnnrjens that caDers sent to subscribers are lost or stolen. In case you do not receive any number when due, inform nit hv rtostnl card and . We will cheerfully forward a duplicate of the missing number. ADVERTISING RATE, 60 CENTS PER Good Morning. Visit Provident Hospital. Do you want otock In the Kaw Val ley Truck Gardening Co.? Call E. A. Robinson, president. Bell, East 754. Are you a Democrat, Republican, Socialis...

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