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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 17 June 1916

"""" B I ' OiTY' -NEWS' Mr. P. A. Harris returned after a pleasant trip to Columbia, Mo. ' 'Eoad narria & Batrick's Special Sale at top of back page. It will save you money) " Mrs. George. . S)ms of St. Joseph, Mo., Is In the city vlsltinff'her mother, Mrs. Homer Dlggs.. WANTED Iron Sotter at 1012 N. 3rd street, Kansas City, 'Kas.' ileil "phono West' 3577". Also 1,000 l'gallon stono jugs for Baje. FOR ADOPTldN. A fine baby boy,, ono month old. Color, fair. Good parentage. Mrs. E. E. Madison, 3807 Warwick boulevard. Master Taft Angel, 915 Vine street, left Sundy for Clarlnda; la., where ho will spend the summer with his aunt, Mrs. Terry. Mrs. Ida C. W. Gladney left Satur day evening for Chicago, III., for her health. She is the guest of her sis ter and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J, S. Johnson. Mias Lulu Shelby and Dr. L. M. Till man wero quietly married at the resi dence of the bride's parents Wed nesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. They are at home to friends at 1819 Vine street. M...

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 June 1916

The Quick Asset 1 MAY DALLARMAND (Copyright, 1910, by W. O. Chapman.) "Sorry, Mr. Walters, but my orders nre definite you must pay the bill within 4S hours or I shall have to close you up." "You are subjecting me to a severe hardship, sir." Mr. Thomas Biggs, senior partner of Biggs, Bluett & Co., opened eyes and palms expansively, shrugged his shoulders, arose from his seat and took up his hat. "You are asking of mo Impossibili ties." spoke Sidney Walters. "Every dollar I have In the world Is Invested in this business. Actual orders far overplus my liabilities. In another month we will have not only a free deck, but a surplus. I beg of you to alter your hard decision." "Business is business," spoke the other blandly. "The house went all over your case before I left the city. You owe us $2,000. It is 30 days past due. Our rules are invariable. I camo down here to look Into affairs. I And that your quick assets aro shy over 40 per cent, where in every healthy business they should ...

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 June 1916

j Pure Gold j I V I FRANCES LANYON (Copyright, 1816. by TV. O. Chapman.) "It's like all of their stories!" cried Leonlo Burch. "I'll never believe their wild tables ngaln." Slio was a determined llttlo thing by nature and tired and bruised from a long, dangerous descent Into the old Wenatcheo mine. She had been visiting tho deserted diggings for days. Someone had told her of a miner's wlfo picking up an apron full of rich quartz, taking It to the smelter and getting over a hundred dollars out of tho little heap. "Why, I haven't oven seen a spar klo!" she began Indignantly. Then she scurried behind a rock and blow out the tallow dip and crouched there, for a new glint had como from the next level and a man's hard breath ing notified her that an intruder was coming Into evidence. He, too, carried a candle and as he stood not 20 feet away from her covert, Leonie watched him timorous ly, but curiously. He set the candle on tho ground and approached the rocky wall, felt over it, retreate...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 17 June 1916

m m . VISIT LINCOLN ELECTRIC PARK THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE COLORED PARK IN THE WEST Elegant Swimming -Pool has been added Dancing Amusements of all kinds Up-to-date Vaudeville MRS. BILLY KERSANDS The Phenominal Soprano Leading Orchestra under the direction of Charles T. Watts Dancing Pavilion in charge of Professor Clark W. J. FREEMAN, General Manager 0. H. McDANIELS, Manager of Amusements WM. WRIGHT. Proprietor of Armory Hall, located at 14th and Michigan, now open for all engagements to lodges and Club3 for parties and entertainments at $20 and $25 per night. The coolest, .larg est and best equipped hall In Greater Kansas City. See him. Little Demetris Williams of May view, -who has been visiting Mrs. Mable Willis. 2738 Woodland avenue, left Sunday for home. LYRIC HALL FOR RENT For All Entertainments See C. H. HARRIS, Mgr. 1731 Lydia Ave. Hours: 7 to 9 a. m., 12 to 1 p. m. Hall phones, Homo Main 27S3, Bell Grand 3352. Residence 2624 Euclid Ave. Res. Phone, Bell East 342DW RATES REASONAB...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 24 June 1916

We want good rcliablo Agents in every city and town in the country. Write us for terms. VOLUME Tin. NUMBER 43. KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI,, SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1910. PRICE, 5c Negro Soldiers Have Ever Been First in Defending America Say, have yon a fnrniihtd or tin furnished room for rent? Adver tiit' it in The San ml let It be bringing yoH in sot&elhing. Wonderful Progress of a Race What the American Negro Has Achieved in 50 Years Under the Most Trying and Adverse Circumstances. WILL BEBETTER FARTER ON. The first African immigrants, twen ty In number, landed in Virginia about the last of August, 1619, coming over in a Dutch man-ofwar. "They were probably not slaves, but servants In dentured for a term of years." (Ne gro Year Book.) In 1628 slavery began in New York and New Jersey and gradually gained ground in the other staates. From twenty immigrants in 1619, with the continual Importation of the African slaves, the ' race grew in strength and numbers until when the emancipation pro...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 24 June 1916

iNIHMnONAL awsotooL Lesson (Dt 12. O. SELLERS, Acting Director ot the Sunday School Course in the Moody Bible Institute ot Chicago.) (Copyright by Western Newspaper Union.) LESSON FOR JUNE 25 REVIEW, SECOND QUARTER. READING LESSON-rhlllpplans 1:1-11: 1:1-9. GOLDEN TEXT Finally, brethren, whatsoever things are honorable, whatso ever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever thlnss are of good report: If there be any virtue, and It there be any praise, think on these things. -Phil. 4:8. The lessons for the past three months extend over a period of per haps fifteen years, from A. D. 37 or 40 to A. D. 62 or 55. It is the history ot an ever expanding church and the ever widening Influence of the work which Jesus began and continued to do after his resurrection, through the Holy Spirit. No adequate or proper review can be conducted without the aid of a map. If none Is available, take a large sheet of manlla paper and let some of the scholars make nn outline map showing the...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 24 June 1916

MADAM KATIE MARTIN'S Sanitary" Hair Preparations "Sanitary" Hair Preparations are just what the name implies. They cleanse and cure the scalp of all diseases, such as Dandruff, Tetter or Eczema, and finally produce a thick growth of hair. A six weeks' trial treatment will convinco any ono of the value 'of Madam Martin's Sani tary Hair Preparations. A six weeks' trial treatment consist ing: of Sanitary Shampoo, 50c; Sanitary Grower, BOc ; Sanitary Glossine, 36c; Sanitary Temple Grower, 35c, will bo sent to any address in United States, pre paid, for $1.70. Ho goods sent 0. 0. D. AGENTS WANTED I GOOD PROFIT! Madam Katie Martin has given a careful study to hair and scalp culture and is pre pared to meet the demands of the people. She manufactures all of her preparations I have been taking treatment from Mme. Martin for about three months. My hair has erownwonderfully three Inches. My scalp Is perfectly clean of disease, which was never so before. Sanitary Hair preparations have given m...

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 June 1916

THEKANSASC1TYSUN PUBLISHED WEEKLY All communications should bo addressed j to Tha Kansas City Sun. 1803 East 18th i Street. Dell Phone East 999. Entered ns second-class matter, August I , IMS, nt the postorflce at Kansas City, Mo., under the act of March 3, 1379. i Nelson C. Crews Editor and Owner' WUla U. Glenn General Managori SUBSCRIPTION KATES: I One Year , Six Months 5 Three Months &u j Betty S Little C&0 ADVERTISING HATE, INCH, 50 CENTS PEH CHURCH DIRECTORY. Bethel A. M. E. Church. 21th and Flora. St. Stephen's Baptist Church, 604 Char lotte St. Centennial Woodland. M. E. Church, 19th and -THEY S-A.-2- Second Baptist Church, 10th and Char- I lottu. I Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church, 10th and That If vou would know the value utiatlouc. Kansas Ave. Baptist Church, 46th and Kansas. M. E. Church, Kth and E. Church, 11th and of a dollar, try to borrow one. M. E. Church, Centrop- E. Zion Church, 1S23 Church, 24th and Ebenezer A. Tracy. St. Augustine's 1' woodland. Blue Valley B...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 24 June 1916

. CITY NEWS I Mra. II. T. Coles, 2327 Lydla avenue, is visiting her sister In Chicago, 111, Born to Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Drown, 1231 Armstrong avenue, twin boys. Mother and sons doing well. The concert given by Mrs. Cora Evans was a success. An apprecia tive audience was prescitf. Mrs. Ruth Dradley royally enter tained tlio, Hyacinth Art Club .Wednes day. I. F. Dradley, Jr., left for Jinn Ar bor, Mich., Monday to study law for the summer. - . Road Harris & Datrick's Special Salo at top of back pago. It will save yott money. Mrs. II. Walton and daughter, Do nor, of Tonganoxle, Kansas, are vis iting the former's son and daughter at 1231 Armstrong avonuo. Dr. D. B. Jackson, superintendent, Miss M. A. Stewart, assistant superin tendent, and Miss A. O. Scott will leave Wednesday night for the tate Convention in Wlnfleld. Madame Mamie Banks, noted man ufacturer of hair preparations, Is In the city to establish a branch office, over which Miss Jamie Hoover, 1320 'Michigan, will have cha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 24 June 1916

JJncle Sam Aids Cupid -With Model Cottage Plan WASHINGTON. Vncle Sam and Dan Cupid announco tho Invention ol a "perfect love of a vino-clad cottage, economically and scientifically made," that any prospective builder can obtain by writing to tho department of agri culture. This model house la so In ISN'T THIS A OEAPs? I I I mil itr kitchen proper. The housewife need not stay In the room with the stove; In fact, she couldn't stay In if she wanted to. Windows nre so arranged that there Is always n breczo through the kitchen. Tho front porch Is arranged so It will not exclude any sunlight. The .sleeping porch is germ proof and airy. The china closet has doors In kitchen and dining room and dishes are laid In at one door and taken out of another In the next room. The kitchen has a screened porch, and connected with it Is a fuelroom. iFuel la poured Into It from tho back yard It may be dumped right from a Iwngon Into the rooms and, like the trick china closet, permits being emptied 'from...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 24 June 1916

A Double 1 1 Quest I Florence L. Henderson $ (Copyright. 1D16. by W. O. Chapman.) 4 "Find a wifo, settlo down and I'll fix you for life," pronounced Abol Drake, uncle Indulgent of Rodney Blair. "But, uncle," remonstrated tho lat ter, "I don't want to marry. Aa to Bot tling down, can anyone bo more pleas antly and rationally adjusted to cir cumstances than I am? And. as for fix ing mo for life, you have done that al ready." But tho rcboluto and obsttnatq old relative wagged his head defiantly. He waB used to being obeyed; when ho conceived a notion It was difficult, to budge htm from Its execution. "When I was a young man," he re cited In quite a pathetic way, "I found aa estltnablo girl. Like you. It Jarred mo to think of being tied down. She married well, probably never thought of mo after she found a better man, but I missed It. Not only In losing her, but thenceforth adopting the lonely, selfish life that has made mo half sav age, wholly hermit. Tako a month, look around tho worl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 24 June 1916

n VISIT LINCOLN ELECTRIC PARK THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE COLORED PARK IN THE WEST Elegant Swimming Pool has been added Dancing Amusements of all kinds Up-to-dato Vaudeville MRS. BILLY KERSANDS The Fhenominal Soprano Leading Orchestra under the direction of Charles T. Watts Dancing Pavilion in charge of Professor Clark W. J. FREEMAN, General Manager 0. H. McDANIELS, Manager of Amusements 1 $lvg LYRIC HALL FOR RENT For All Entertainments See C. H. HARRIS, Mgr. 1731 Lydia Ave. Hours: 7 to 9 a. m., 12 to 1 p. m. Hall phones, Home Main 2783, Bell Grand 3352. Residence 2624 Euclid Ave. Res. Phone, Bell East 3429W RATES REASONABLE. BEAUTIFUL! ' NEW EAGLE MARKET That's what everyone says who visits our elegant Mar ket nnd Grocery that has long been the most popular and satisfactory business of its kind on 18th street. A massive and magnificent new Meat Cooler has been install ed as well as new heavy plate glass top counters and shelves with comfortable re volving, seats for the con venience of our ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 1 July 1916

Urn S7 have yon a furnished or un furnished room for rent? Adver tise it ia The San and let it be bringing you in something. We want good reliable Agents in every city and town in the country. Write us for terms. VOLUME VIII. NUMBER U. KANSAS CITT, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, JULY 1, 19U. PRICE. 5c. Our Toast--"The 1 Oth Cavalry, Heroes All" rADTAIM i criM u monftW a veteran of the Cuban and Philippine wars, who will be called upon If the j occasion requires it, to lead a Negro j regiment Into Mexico. I NOTICE. The Juveniles Auxiliary to the U. 1$. P. & S. M. T. will celebrate their annual thanksgiving sermon on the second Sunday, July 9-t 2:00 o'clock, at the St. Stephen's Baptist Church. The sermon will be delivered by the Rev. Dr. J. W. Hurse. All U. B. F.'s and S. M. T.'s are requested to be present. Tho public Is .cordially In vited to be present to see and hear what the children are doing. WARD CHAPEL. We had splendid services last Sun day. Three souls were saved. Rev J. V. McDona...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 1 July 1916

Lesson By E. O. SELLERS, Acting Director of the Sunday School Course In the Moody Bible Institute of Chicago.) (Copyright by Western Newspaper Union.) LESSON FOR JULY 2 PAUL AT THESSALONICA AND BEREA. LESSON TEXT Acts 1T:1-15 (cf. I Thess. 2-1-121. GOLDEN TEXT Him did God exalt with his right hand to be a prince and a Savior. Acts 6:31. To place a modern war map by the side of the ancient ono will help to make the places Paul visited more real. In both of tho events of this lesson reference Is made to the read Ins nud use of tho Scriptures, and teachers should use that to emphasize the reading of the Blblo by both old and young. There Is real patriotism as well as safety and a liberal educa tion In Bible study. Paul reached Thessalonlca about twenty years after the establishment of tho Christian church, remained perhaps flvo or six months and then went on to Bcrea. Modern Salonlkl has been since the Roman days of Thessalonlca an Im portant center, thriving and prosper ous of later y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 1 July 1916

MADAM KATIE MARTIN'S Sanitary" Hair Preparations "Sanitary" Hair Preparations arc just what the name implies. They cleanse and cure the scalp of all diseases, such as Dandruff, Tetter or Eczema, and finally produce a thick growth of hair. It A six'weeks' trial treatment will convince any one of the value of Madam Martin's Sani tary Hair Preparations. A six weeks' trial treatment consist ing of Sanitary Shampoo, 50c; Sanitary Grower, 60o; Sanitary Glossine, 35c; Sanitary Temple Grower, 35c, will be sent to.any address in United States, pre paid, for $1.70; No goods sent G. 0. D. AGENTS WANTED! GOOD PROFIT! Madam Katie Martin has given a careful study to hair and scalp culture and is pre pared'to meet the demands of the people. She manufactures all of her preparations I have been taking treatment from Mmo. Martin for about three months. My hair has grownwonderfully three Inches. My scalp Is perfectly clean of disease, which was never so before. Sanitary Hair preparations have given me...

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. — 1 July 1916

THE KANSASCITY SUN PUBLISHED WEEKLY All communications should be addressed to The Kansas City Sun, 1803 East 18th Street. Bell Phont East 999. Entered as second-class matter, August . 1908, at the postofflce at Kansas City, Mo., under the act of March 3, 1879. kelson C. Crews Editor and Owner Willi II. Glenn General Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Tear $1.50 Six Months 75 Three Months 50 I (ADVERTISING RATE, 50 CENTS PER MEMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. 1 CHURCH DIRECTORY. Bethel A. M. E. Church. 2Uh and Flora. '. St. Stephens Baptist Church, 601 Char lotte St. Oentennlal M. E. Church, 19th and Woodland. i Second Baptist Church, 10th and Char lotte. . Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church, 10th and Charlotte. , i Kansas Ave. Baptist Church, 46th and Kansas. Ebenezer A. M. E. Church, 17th and Tracy. . St. Augustine's P. E. Church,. 11th and Woodland. Blue Valley Baptist Church, 1120 Crys tal avenue. St John's A. M. E. Church, 1743 Belle view. Seventh Day Adventlst, 23d and Wood land. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 1 July 1916

KANSAS CITY, KAS. By Mrs. Zenobla Nelson. Miss Stella Gant is 111 at 614 State avenue. 1 CITY NEWS 1 , 1 Mrs. Jas. Booze and nleco were In the city last Friday, tho guests of Mrs. H. VV. Miller, 1621 Norton avenue. Mrs. Hattlo Adams of Dallas,. Tex., Is In the city visiting her sister, Mrs. Mary E. Segars, 1417 Woodland nve. Mrs. Sllte C. Itogers will bo In Chi cago this summer taking a six-weeks' course at her Alma Mater, Chicago University. Mrs. Etta Kenyon will leave July 2 for Colorado and California. She will be accompanied by Mrs. W. M. Od'en to Colorado. Prof. J, E. Herrlfod and bride are spending their honeymoon at Detroit and Macklnack Island. They report a pleasant time. Mrs. J. H. Sample, of 3100 Wabash avenue, left for Chicago last Sunday to visit her daughters and will be gone about three weeks. Mrs. Mary Fisher Lashley of San Francisco, Calif., will be the house guest of Mrs. Delia H. Moses, 2017 Askew avenue, after this week. Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. F. John son, 2442 ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 1 July 1916

What the i Wind Did 1 3 s J - s c i ROY BURDICK PEASE 8 (Copyright, 1516. by W. Q. Chapman.) Plain David Brown was used to plain nml tioraoly things. He was repressed and homely himself, except when his great soul spoke forth. There were occasions where. In his lectures at tho town college where ho was a pro fessor of metaphysics: tho plain simple faco was transformed under the Influ ence of eloquence and enthusiasm. It was a windy day In fact, taking his customary stroll and forced to hold on his broad brimmed hat, David cast his wenthnr.wlRn nvps nprnsn tlm skv 1 and dlscomcd hurricane conditions. "I'll get back to tho college," de cided David, but just then he noticed that the Dale place, a cottago that had ,been for somo tlrao without a tenant, showed signs of llfo and activity. He had heard that a widow with two small children, a Mrs. Drlggs, had pur chased thd place. "That must bo Mrs. Briggs now," ruminated tho professor, who took noto of everything going on usually. She was ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 1 July 1916

His Father's House By HAROLD CARTER (Cppyrlsht, 1910. by W. O. Chapman.) "It haa always been my practice," said tho dean, "to baptlzo a child on Easter ere. I ask the members of my congregation to help mo to contlnuo this practice" Everybody knew tho dean's love of children. Ho had had three of his own, one, a girl, had died, another girl was married and living In tho West; and of tho dean's son only a few peo plo know anything. After a wild col lege career ho had disappeared abrupt ly from his father's house. Tho cause of tho quarrel nobody know, but all know that the fault lay with tho son. Since that day father and son bad never communicated with each other. It lacked five, days of Easter, and, prolific In births though Madsbury was, no child had been born lately that had not been baptized, except tho oc casional child that was not destined to bo baptized. In vain tho good-hearted wbmen of tho congregation hunted through tho lists of tho parishioners, "TJre's Mrs. Martin's baby,"...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 1 July 1916

BYRON BROS. me Main St. 4th of July Specials Arc That Should Crowd This Store Dainty Dresses at $3.95 Beautiful Wash Skirts, Awning Stripes, Sport Skirts, etc., - - 1.00 Smart Blouses at 98c. $1.98 and - - - 2.95 Palm Beach Suits, real $10.00 Suits, at - 5.00 Li COLUMBIA DISTRICT CONFERENCE. Mr. Editor: Please allow space In your paper for me to say a word about tho Dis trict Conference of the Columbia Dis trict of the North Missouri Confer ence, which convened in Grant Chapel, A. M. E. Church, Wentsvllle, Mo., June 20, 1910, at 9:00 o'clock, with Rev. P. C. Cres in the chair. All pastors and delegates were present at the opening with the exception of four. After the usual opening exercises the V. E. rose and announced Luke 10:2 from which he preached his annual bermou:. Ho applied the text to the church today and pleaded very earn estly for more laborers to go into the Lord's harvest. The sermon seemed to strike the keynote because after each service the doors of the church were op...

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