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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 26 August 1916

! I fjf CITY .NEWS I - ...Mit m& matrix mMtr For Snle Cherokee Restaurant; also five furnished rojms. ?b5 Inde pendence AVe. H. Peat. Mrs. Bailey of Okmulgee, Okla., Is visiting In the city. Mrs. A. P. Bethel of Oklahoma City, Okla., visited friends this week. Mr. B. T. Perkins, of St. Joseph, Mo., Is a guest In the city. Mr. P. II. Reil of St. Joseph, Mo., as a guest nt 1604 Agnes avenue'. Mrs. Thos. Edwards of Oklahoma City, Okla., visited Mrs.- A. E. Jenkins. Mrs. J. II. Newblll of Sedalla, Mo., visited in the city this week. Mr. T. R. Debnam of Oklahoma City was a visitor in the city this -week. Mrs. Arizona Carr of Shawnee, Ok., as a visitor here this week. Mrs. Floyd C Goutton of St. LouIsJ Mo.,, is visiting friends in the city. Miss Goldie Crouch of Wichita, Kans., visited friends here this week. Mrs. O. BenJ. Jefferson of Musko gee is visiting in the city. Mrs. A. T. Waring of Muskogee, Okla., visited friends here this week. Mrs. Jennie C. Buckncr of Hanni bal, Mo.; was ...

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. — 26 August 1916

HINTS FROM PARIS 'WORTH REVIVES INTEREST SPOTTED MUSLIN. IN Shows Some Wonderful Effects In Young Girls' Indoor Frocks Lin- en and Taffeta Costumes In Blue Are Popular. Worth has revived Interest In fine spotted muslin. Tills delightful nrtlst hns, of recent years, mnda rather n specialty of young girls' Indoor frocks, and In this connection he has lone wonUerful things with cobweb muslin, dotted over with black spots, narrow bands of black velvet ribbon and real Valenciennes Ince Inser tions. Some effective muslins have recent ly been seen which showed heliotrope and bluett spots on n white ground, sind others which had rnther largo white spots thrown against a back ground of eggshell-blue. These spot ted muslins, are worn over plaited, or gathered, underskirts made of moussellne de sole, and one almost always finds an Important looking Aftsh playing an Important role In the dress scheme. Black velvet rib bon sashes are again popular. These are worn with muslin, linen or lace frock...

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. — 26 August 1916

The I D I I i , ivcwaiu i i . i I . i I Hester Vaile Deane (Copyright, 1914. by W. a. Chapman.) "Quick, Marcy, tho, medicine 1" "Is It nnotlier bad spell, Mr. Tresh am?" ; "No, I'm better now," sold Gregory Xresham, after taking a deep draught of a cordial the doctor had left He sank back among the pillows gasping for breath, but tho momentary stimu lus had given him strength nnd tho waxy color In his face partly dlsnp penrcd. "I bad better co for tho doctor." sue gested Lucius Marcy, but the old mau nooucu ms head negatively. "It would bo of no use," ho said. "My hours are pretty near numbered lad. Thero In snmpthlnc on tnv mind Marcy, and yet I hesitate to speak It 10 you. "Slirnlf I trill hnni, irh.lnn, - , , ,,,,,, jwv. ma Impart or direct me to do," re plied ainrcy. "I know that rou have been n fnlth ful honest helD to me. Mnrcv. nnil tlmt Is why It cuts me deep to think that I must do something that may look like ingratitude." "Speak out, Mr. Tresham," encour- ageu marcy. "rou...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 26 August 1916

soiling out his tilings and getting ready to leave for Sweet Springs, Mo. Mr. Perkins says be denies the Idea of saying the statement made in tho Journal of Warrensburg. t ATTEND THE 36th ANNUAL SESSION OR THE their mother. Miss Mabet Ewlng and Mrs. Beulali Perkins have re turned homo from 1'lattsburg, Mo., whero they have been visiting, for a week or so...Mr. F. R. Perkins la t For FRED & EDDIE'S Two Great Quality Markets COTTAGE AND VINE STS. 24TH AND WOODLAND We Want Your Business We'll Take Care of It. WE KNOW WE CAN PLEASE YOU I The only First Class Markets in the Neighborhood. Save shoe leather by calling. BELL PHONES, EAST 821823. r rj'Kj.jjJ W .ug KasKTB tvluIWan Br'?moJ I Baf r ja 'vt J Bar-ba-lin Complexion Cream gradually, gently absorbs devitalized surface skin, revealing the young, fresh, beauti ful skin underneath. Used by refined women who prefer complexion of true naturalness. Give it a trial. Call to see MISS JAMIE HOOVER, 1320 Michigan Avenue. Big Male Chorus R...

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. — 2 September 1916

The Sun Goes to 36 States and Canada. Are Your Relatives and Friends Getting It? Do You Know That Ad vertising is the Life of Trade and the Only Real Business Getter YOLUJHE IX. NUMBER 1. KANSAS CITY, MISSOUM, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1910. PRICE, 5c. Buy School Supplies at Handy Colored Store, 2409 Vine St NEGRO EDUCATIONAL CONGRESS Moit Successful Mtcling of the Orgtnizition Held at Washington, D. C. Lait Week. One hundred and fifty of the most prominent Colored educators of the United States came together Wednes day at Metropolitan African lethod 1st Episcopal church, Fifteenth and M streets northwest, for the opening ses sions of the twenty-fifth annual con vention of tho Negro National Educa tional Congress, which will continue through Saturday. The gathering Is a most Important one, and the subjects to be discussed are of the most immediate interest to all Colored citizens of tho country. In struction In all branches as applied to Colored persons, the courses which should be pre...

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. — 2 September 1916

3- The Joss Sticks T Dg Frances Elizabeth Lannon (Copyright, 1916, by W. O. Chapman.) "Yang Tlang sick velly sick." "Indeed?" murmured Isabel Lane, sympaUietlcally. "I bllng for him your dless. Yang Bit him up In bed to Iron pretty dless. But no more, lie say. Close shop. IJe going to die." "Oh, dear I" fluttered gentle-hearted Isabel. "Ills friends must take care of hlru." "No fiends," heartlessly announced the Chinese messenger of Yank Tlang. "Me bllng dless this once. Me busy my own business. No more time to splnre, missy." "What's tho matter, sis?" Interrupt ed Ned Lane, a younger brother, as she sat with tho dainty muslin dress spread out on n chair before her nnd her eyes full of tears. She had a gentle soul nnd the incident of the moment was infinitely pathetic to her. The thought of tho old laundryman III, nlone, suffering, working under disad vantages of pain nnd helplessness to have her dress ready for her as prom ised, appealed to her greatly. "Could you go over to Yang's...

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. — 2 September 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 convince any one of tho 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, 35c; Sanitary Temple Grower, 35c, wiH be sent to any address in United States, pre paid, for $1.70. No goods sent C. 0. D. AGENTS WANTED! GOOD PROFIT! Madam Katie Martin has given a careful pared to meet the demands of the people. I have been taking treatment from Mme. Martin for about three months. My hair has ' grownwonderfully three Inches. My scalp Is perfectly clean of disease, which -was never so bofore. Sanitary Hair preparations nave given me perfect satisfaction, I recommend them highly. MRS. KATIE BROOKS, 2112 W. Prospe...

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. — 2 September 1916

THEKANSASCITYSUN PUBLISHED WEEKLY All communications should be addressed to The Kansas City Sun, 1803 Hast 18th Street. Bell Phone East 999. Entered ns second-class matter, August v 1908, at the postofflco at Kansas City, Mo., under the act ot March 3, 1879. Nelson C. Crews Editor and Owner Vllla B. Glenn General Manager SUBSCRIPTION BATES: One Tear 81s; Months Three Months .11.50 . .76 . .50 ADVERTISING BATE. 50 CENTS PEB INCH. MEMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. CHURCH DIRECTORY. Bethel A. M. E. Church, 21th and Flora. St. Stephen s uapusi wnuixn, vi v lotte St. Centennial M. E. Church, 19th and Woodland. Second Baptist Church, 10th and Charlotte. Commissioners wll grant tills license j but Tho Sun feels that It Is Its duty to sounil a note of warning and to ap prize them of the real conditions that exists. Gentlemen, do not set a dangerous precedent by putting a rum, shop in the very door of one of your own In stitutions. body was shipped to Teuton, Mo., where tho funeral se...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 2 September 1916

' OITV NEWS I Miss Daisy Powell of Joplln, Mo., was a guest in the city week. vMrs. Joseph Collins, 3921 Lloyd ave nue, Rosedale, Kas., underwent an op eration at the Wheatley Provident Hospital last Wednesday. Sho is get Shoes for growlna boy and girls atlHn, ,., ,, nt ,, Hmn 9DO Piit.. 1K07 Pact 1fh St. " ' -r - - b i - - Mrs. S. K. Brownlow ot Omaha, Neb., visited friends last week. Rev. and Mrs. H. E. Walden of Ev anston, 111., visited here last week. Mrs. C. J. North of Omaha, Neb., . was a visitor this week. Mrs. Ida Brown of 1017 Tracy is on a three weeks' visit to Chicago. Mr. Steven Martin of Marysvlllo at tended the G.-A. n. encampment. The editor returned from New' York and Chicago Tuesday. Prof. W. II. Dawley, Jr., Is spending his vacation at Chicago, III., and Ben ton Harbor, Mich. Miss Magnolia Lewis and Mrs. Sarah Hammett are spending a month visiting in Chicago. Mrs. Iluby Braxton a visiting in Chicago and Gary, Jnd. Her daugh ter resides at Gary. Mrs. Ruby Spencer S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 2 September 1916

A Loual Love Bu VICTOR REDCLIFFE (Copyright. 1916, by W. O. Chapman.) Reuben Wnlto was Just about to thrust Ills pitchfork Into a winnow of bay when ho espied u human foot. "Hey, wake up herel" he shouted In his customary stentorian tones. As he spoke, he tapped an extend ing hoot sole with the tines of the fork. The foot drew In, the hay rose up In a cascade and a lithe well-featured young man was revealed, lie brushed dtidt and seed from hair and clothing mid rather shamefacedly con fronted the farmer. "Tramp, eh?" gruffly suggested old Reuben. "1 look It, don'Jl I?" propounded the stranger, with a little bitter laugh. "Yi:j do, for a fact. I say where did you get those togs?" "I found them over on a rubbish heap back of the burn." They were, In fnct, nn utterly dis carded suit Iteuben had thrown away as untlt the day previous. "H'ml your own must have been pretty bad to change for these," ob served the farmer. "Tliey were, for n fact," answered the stranger and his face grew stei...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 2 September 1916

OCT The Deeper Detail Dd EUNICE MARIAN WALLER (Copyright, 1916. by W. O. Chapman.) Ten years In tho sorvlco of Artlng Btnll & Cholmondely, architects, Ove of tho some spent In a little room contain lng only a drafting tiililo nntl a high stool that had become the familiar environment of John Bruce. "Not that It's so bad only monoto nous," Bruce -was wont to explain to Ills few friends. "There's one blessed environment: tho court beyond my window, open, full of free air, and the birds have built a nest just across un der the caves, and my box of pansles on tho window sill do some wonderful blooming, so, you see I have a touch of tho wlldwood right at home." The wlldwood the real wlldwood John Bruce had only dreamed of that, for there had been no vacation for a full decade. He had not grumbled much, however. His position was quite lucrative. It had enabled him to pro vide for two sisters until they were happily married, to put aside later quite n respectable surplus. At twenty-eig...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 2 September 1916

tiling, possibly excepting tho general i Friday . Mrs, Ann Saunders la on agreement to keep the flag of the tho Blck list .Mr. Herbert nencii is r League from trailing In the dust. "I know what it means to operato a newspaper, I know what It means to think up a newspaper, ralso the money for it, writo It, and then make It up. I am schooled In that. Mr. Crews deserves the approbation of his city and also the support of his city and his state." J Col. Simmons left for New York by way of Chicago. Already arrange ments are being completed for his re turn to this city early In tho fall. able to he out after Bevernl months' Illness. , ..Tho subject of missions was observed at Methodist and Baptist churches last Sunday, and Judging from tho npproprlato program and tho liberal collections theso churches are endeavoring to do their part to ward dlsclpllng the world.... Prof. Clem Brown has completed and occu pied his now modern homo. We con gratulate Prof. Brown, who, with the assistance of ...

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. — 9 September 1916

The Sun Goes to 36 States and Canada. Are Your Relatives and Friends Getting It? Do You Know That Ad vertising is the Life of Trade and the Only Real Business Getter VOLUME IX. NUMBER 2. KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1911. PRICE, 5c. welcome Stalwart Baptists of America welcome T A TREMENDOUS GATHERING National Baptists Convention Brings Thousands of Delegates and Visitors to Our City Attendance Far Surpasses the Most Sanguine Expectation and Preident Jones and Secretary Boyd receive Soul Stirring Ovation PRESIDENT JONES' ADDRESS WAS A MASTERPIECE The most inspiring chorus heard in Kansay City for years composed of the best singers of the two Kansas Cities and many visiting vocalists. "All Hall the Power of Jesus' Name," led by a chorus of 150 voices and joined by 1,500 delegates, repre-', sentlng thirty-eight states, marked the opening of the thirty-sixth annual ses-J Bion of the National Baptist Conven tion unincorporated), yesterday morning at Armory hall, Fourtee...

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. — 9 September 1916

TI1E KANSAS CITY SUN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1916 VIEW OF THE WATER FRONT OF TRIESTE gag! I i AFRO-AMERICAN 1:11 1 IM.S , - - - . A vrnvo of Industrial prosperity and wo havo to revise our notions. Tho South wants the Negro, after all, buwl wants him so badly that It Isn't Isolng to let him get away If It can.lie.lr, Sit- Listen: "Amerlcus, Go.., pCe and sheriffs ( TlCO' liaVo thrown out n dragnet for tho agents who have been .leading Ne (groes out of tho country with promises .'of work In Connecticut." n special dis patch to Uie Atlanta Constitution reads. "Several Industries have been par alysed by the Negroes leaving their work." Then there is tho old bogle of alien Immigration. Listen again, this time to tho Washington 1'ost: "There Is a growing need for com mon Inbor," which may become "so scute as to cripple Industry" nnd which Is "duo partly to prosperity nnd partly to tho Impairment of Immigration." Tlie same paper summarizes the sit uation as follows: "Not long ago agents a...

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. — 9 September 1916

I THE KANSAS CITY SUN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1016 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 convince any one of tho value of Madam Martin's Sani tary Hair Preparations. A six weeks' trial treatment consist ing of Sanitary Shampoo, 50o; Sanitary Grower, 50c; Sanitary Glossine, 35c; Sanitary Temple Grower, 35c, will be sent to any address in United States, pre paid, for $1.70. No goods sent C. 0. D. AGENTS WANTED I GOOD PEOFIT! 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 ha3 grownwonderfully three Inches. My scalp is perfectly clean of disease, which was never s...

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. — 9 September 1916

THE KANSAS CITY SON, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1910 THEKANSASCITYSUN PUBLISHED WEEKLY All communications should be addressed to The Kansas City Bun, 1803 East 18th tstreet. Dell Phone East 999. Entered as second-class matter, August , 1908, at the postotfice at Kansas City, mo., under tne act or juarcn s. Nelson C. Crews.. Editor and Owner Wills B. Glenn General Manager SUBSCniPTION RATES: On Tur J1.E0 Rl-r Trnntha 75 Three' Months .. and (4) the riddance of immoral houses. The Sun extends a welcome greet ing to the ono hundred Negro teach ers who this week took up their an nual task of training our boys and girls. Several specially trained teach ers are upon the roster this year in addition to those who by reading and summer study have always kept abreast of educational progress. Let us set our mark high, work toward it with patience and assiduity, hoping for the sure end success. AEVED.TiS'lNd RATE, 50 CENTS PER INCH. L. MEMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. CHURCH DIRECTORY. Beth...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 9 September 1916

THE KANSAS CITY SUN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1916 Ij I)K I CITY NEWS gi : . lit Shoes for growing boys and girls at $2.00. Page's, 1507 East 18th St. Mrs. Jennie Evans of Lawrence, Kas., vlsjted friends last week. Mrs. Nettie Moore, 815 Euclid ave nue, left Wednesday night for an in definite stay In Colorado Springs, Colo, Mrs. Lnucy Brown of Lawrence, Kas., visited In the city last week. Mr. Ben. Taylor of Muncie, Kans., was a visitor hero last wee. Full line of School Shoes at Page's, 1507 E. 18th St. Mrs. L. B. Burton of Omaha, Neb., visiter her mother, Mrs. A. C. Cole man, 1021 Paseo. Miss Brownlee Baird of Centralla, Kas., returned to resume her school duties. Misses Bessie and Lillian Jenkins of Topeka, Kas., were guests at 2062 Holmes street last week. Mrs. S. J. . Dickens of Oklahoma City, Okla., Is stopping at 518 Tracy avenue. Mrs. G8brella Fields of Oklahoma City, Okla., is a house gues.t of Mrs. Caton, 518 Tracy avenue. Mrs. A. P. Stamps of Lebanon, O., was a house guest ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 9 September 1916

THE KANSAS CITY SUN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 0, 1916 LINEN SUITS LIKED MATERIAL POPULAR WITH FASH IONABLE EUROPEANS. Sketch Shows Model In Soft Sliver Gray Collars and Trimmings of Rich Fur Accompany Coats Made of White Linen. My drawing shows a linen costume which wus speclnlly created for tlio racing season nt San Sebastian, writes Iditlla do Vllllers, special correspon dent of the Boston Glohe. The color of the suit was a beautifully soft silver Krny, and the panel embroideries on the skirt were executed In washing - silks In the same color. The coat had un exceptionally full basque and the waistline was very slightly raised. Then there was a su perb collar of chinchilla. This suit was created for a well known Spanish beauty who has n villa nt Biarritz, and who never falls to make u bensatlon, by reason of her wonderful clothes, on the Grande Plage In August and September. This same lady has ordered a number of linen suits In brilliant colors, such as sapphire blue, orange, roso Dubu...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 9 September 1916

-sjTTrKsj!mJvarx'vrxSt).wL .sn j -i-ii.ua j THE KAN8AS CITY SUN. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 9, 101 G ROMANCE SEEN FROM SADDLE 7 4 Lember. unata r.. k -i" ,T 4 leal voet is Like .Men knew James Whit- comb Riley and his work in timately tell something about the great Hoosierlxho played upon the heartstrings of a nation tbith his songs of r ii 1 common joir. ana manners n ji( OWADAYS n poetic genius doesn't look like one. On the street, you might guess him to bo n business mnn or n lawyer or n preacher or n photographer. Not since the time of Edgar Allan I'oe have real poets worn their hair long as In the comic pictures or affected the soulful expression. Nowadays when a man wears his hair like Spanish moss on a Floftda oak ho Is suspected of being hard up. And If he exhibits what Is supposed to ibo his soul br certain shifting and staring of his jeyes ho Is pitied as one whose mental gearing lias sand in It. Bliss Carman, former editor of the Independent nnd a poet of note, was one of James ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 9 September 1916

THE KANSAS OlTY SUN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER P, 191G MR. A. T the popular and successful undertaker who has just added to his splendid establishment a new seven-passenger up to the minute Packard Limousine for the convenience and pleasure of his patrons and the public in general. Mr. Moore is one of Kansas City's most progressive and enterprising business men and in eveery movement calculated to advance the race's in terest as welt as give them standing in the business world he has been in the fore front. If you ever have need for a high class car with a careful and compe tent driver, don't hesitate to call Mr. Moore at 1820 East 1Sth Street Bell phone East 4224-Jj Home East 4020. MOBERLY, MO. , Services were well attended at all I churches and the collections were ' good Mrs. Hattle Harris of Clarks- j vllle. Mo., Is the guest of her brother, I Mr. J. A. Hurley Misses Dorothy j Brown and Cpnstance Downey of Ot- ison, Mo., from thence they motored , to Paris and returned home Sunday mor...

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