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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 30 June 1917

TUB KANSAS CITY SUN, SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1917. KOMFORTABLE KOOL KLOTH KLOTHES Palm Beach, Mohair, Serges Tropical Worsteds, Flannels $8.50 $10.00 $12.50 $15.00 New Straw Hats $1.50 to $2.50 Panamas, $3.50 to $5.50 Silk Shirts, $3.00 to $5.00 Silk Hosiery, 50c. D.V.D Underwear, $1.00 Soft Shirts, $1.00 to $3.50 Daniel Clothing Co. T 1 T""5 'I J' Second Floor ooley omitting 12TH and walnut AMONG THE CHURCHES Tho Intordcnomtnntlonal Alliance will meet noxt Monday nt 1:00 p. m. at tho Y. M. C. A. In the last regular meeting for the Beason. Sunday was financial rally day and while tho at tendance and Interest woro good somo of tho members wore conspicuously absent. Howovor tho "Itcds" and tho "Blues" so far with their friends havo broken tho record In tho amount raised. The rally will continue next Sunday after which a completo report will be mado. Ilov. J. C. C. Owens, of the A. M. E. Church, preached an excellent sermon at the evening ser vice. Noxt Sunday will aso be "Now Members' Day"...

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. — 30 June 1917

THE KANSAS CITY SUN, SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1917. THEKANSASCITYSUN PUBUSHED WEEKLY All communications should be addressed to The Kansas City Sun, 1803 Eaat 13th Gtreet. Dell Phone East 999. Entered as second-class matter, August , 1903, at the postotflco at Kansas City, Mo., under the act ot March 3, 1879. Nelson C. Crews Editor and Owner Wllla M. Glenn General Manager SUBSCIllPTION RATES: One Tear J1.80 Bli Months 75 Three Months 60 ADVERTISING RATES, $2.00 PER INCH I'JSU MUiNTli. MEMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. U. S. NEWSPAPER LAWS. Below is the law In regard to news papers: First Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary are considered as wishing to continue their subscription. Second If the subscriber orders , discontinuance ot periodical the pub' Usher may continue to send the same until arrears are paid. Third If a subscriber neglects or refuses to take the periodicals from the postofflce to which they have been directed he is held responsible till he has...

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. — 30 June 1917

THE KANSAS CITY SUN, SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1917. KANSAS CITY, KAS. -fc-fc-k-K-K 1867 1917 HOWARD UNIVERSITY CITY NEWS Watch for date of tho "Empty House Dance." It will bo great. Tho Empty IIouso Danco Is tho lat est fad. Prof. Wm. H. Dawley, Jr., Is spend ing his vacation at Boulder, Colo. "Did your other doctor take your temperature?" he asked his patient, Vtndly. Chauffeur Gasoline dance Monday night, July 9, Cottage nnd Vine. Plen ty of good time. "I don't know, sah," he answered, feebly. "I hadn't missed anything but my watch as ylt, boss." Miss Ethelyn Crawford entertained with a luncheon Miss Florence Fryo and Mrs. Rosa Glpson. Grand Master W. W. Fields of Cameron, Mo., spent last Wednesday In the city visiting with the brethren. Mr. J. H. Broomfleld and Mr. Wm. H. Crutchfield of Omaha, Neb., each purchased $500.1)0 worth of Liberty Bonds. M For Sale by Owner Frame -K K duplex; 8 rooms; 35 ft. front; K water, gas and sower; Colored -fc -K neighborhood; ?1.600.00: $100 -K -K down...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 30 June 1917

THE KANSAS CITY SUN. SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1917. Fluctuations of Fanny By George Haskell Is I; '('copyright, 1917, by W.'a 'chapman.V' "Suy, sis, which of those two fellows do you menu to tnke?" Funuy Ranger looked at her big brother with n quizzical smile. " 'Take?' " she echoed with emphasis. "Don't you think I'd hotter wait till one of them asks mo to take him?" "Oh well, you know as Ions as you keep the poor guys playing seesaw, one up in the air one minute, and the other ' one the nest, how Is either one to know Where ho Is at?" "It's some sport!" laughed the girl. "I haven't had so much fun since I went to the Lenten sewing circle." "Oh well, if it's only a source of amusement to you, I suppose the two chaps will come out of it somehow, ullve and kicking," answered Gti. "Oh, hut you know I do really like " "Which one?" asked Gus Impatiently. "Both." The girl threw back her head and laughed merrily while her elder broth er frowned nt her In stern disapproval. "Now, see here,- Fan;...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 30 June 1917

THE KANSAS CITY SUN, SATURDAY, JUNE UO, 1017. MKMnONAL SluWSWL Lesson (By E. O. SELLERS, Acting Director of the Sunday School Courso In the Moody BIWo Institute of Chicago.) (Copyright. 1917, Weitern Newpaper Union.) Whd,Well Dress AMERIG Utoneri Will WesJ (0....... ...IIIHIL!l!WIIU1!l!iB,illllIiil'' :iii:Mllfti'li!'.""'i;!i!71l''!lf8ll!. V.Q LESSON FOR JULY 1 ACT 0 COtfOy?53 Starry emblem of our country rich in history arid 0ior :: And the grand old banner will soon be making more history and receiving great er honor on the battlefields of Northern France and Belgium pflOUGH os yet the baby of nations, Un cle Sam has many flags of which he has reason to be proud. Most of them oro In the possession of the government, but a few nre owned by Individuals or army posts. One of them, now kept at the stnte house nt Annapolis, Md., was carried by the Maryland troops during the war of the American Revolution, nnd is made in accord ance with the act of congress, June 14, 1777. It Is positive...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 30 June 1917

THE KANSAS CITY SUN, SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1917. usic-Baseball oxing The fre Something Doing Every Night AT THE Lincoln Electric Park 20th and Woodland Jackson's 23d Reg't Band OF TOPEKA, JULY 1-2-3-4 EVERYBODY INVITED LINCOLN PARK EMBLEM. NEGRO EXODUS IS INCREASING. We highly appreciate the busi ness the renders of the Sun have fjiven us, but we cannot feel sat isfied without trying to encourage ou to more extended purchases. "We are conducting our business on an absolutely fair basis. We want, our goods and our service to inspire your confidence and make you feel an irrcsistablo temptation to do business with this house. We furnish the home complete. Cash or Terms. PATHE PATHEPHONES From $25.00 to $300.00 1308-10 Grand Avenue KANSAS CITY, MO. Desire to Earn Higher Wages and for Better Conditions Socially, Pre sents New Problems to Both South and North. Chicago. 111. The exodus or Ne groes from the South to norehern manufacturlnB iiolnts, stronger within the last month or so. Is regar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 7 July 1917

hi HgH mm w m m Stilt VOLUME IX. NUMBER 45. KANSAS' CITY, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1917. PRICE, 5c. Cowardly Police and Militia Search Negroe's Homes, Dis Them, and Then Turn Them Over to the Blood-thirsty Demons Clamoring For Their Lives. Without Arms or Protection 38 are Killed, More than 200 Wounded and 325 Negro Homes are Burned and Looted. t i Negroes Refuse to Leave but Intend to Stay in East St. Louis and Die if Necessary for Their Homes and Rights as American Citizens; to do an Honest Day's Work for an Honest Day's Pay. Is God Dead? No! N o! No! THE SHAME OF ILLINOIS Brutality Unparalelled in the East St. Louis, Illinois, Riots a Joke. The most horrible, blood curdl-j ing and wanton massacre of un armed and defenseless Negroes ever recorded in this country' .(Land of the Free and, Home of the Brave) occurred last Monday at East St. Ljouis, 111., where 38 Negro men, Avomeu and children, two of whom were less than three years of age, were foully murder ed, more than 325 hom...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 7 July 1917

v. THE KANSAS CITY SUN, SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1917. Frorm Our Foreign Correspondents A. F. and A. M. Mo. Jurisdiction Officers 1917. W. W. Fields, Cameron, Mo., Grand Waster. Wm. Green, Plattsburg, Mo., Dep. Grand Master. C. C. Clark, St Louis, Mo., Senior Grand Warden. Ernest Boone, Louisiana, Mo., Junior Grand Warden. H. II. Walker, St Joseph, Mo., Grand Treasurer. Geo. W. K. Love, Kansas City, Grand Secretary. Nelson C. Crews, Kansas City, Re lief Secretary. P. L. Pratt, Cameron, Mo., G. L., 1st District. E. J. Cooper, Mexico, Mo., G. L., 2nd District. . A. ROSEDALE, KANSAS. Miss Edith Etta Simpson, Lloyd avenue, was pleasantly sur 1 prised Tuesday evening by a largo ' number of friends. The occasion was tho celebration of the birthday anni versary. The affair vrns planned by her nieces, Mesdamcs Arthur Itldley, J H. Thornton and Joseph Collins and ho vice-president, Mr. C. F. Kelly, 3S0S ' of New York, has arrived at Butto to bring about, If possible, a satisfac tory settlemerit, al...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 7 July 1917

THE KANSAS CITY Sl'N, SATUfiDAV, JULY 7, 1917, KOMFORTABLE KOOL KLOTH KLOTHES Palm Beach, Mohair, Serges Tropical Worsteds, Flannels $8.50 $10.00 $12.50 $15.00 New Straw Hats $1.50 to $2.50. Panamas, $3.50 to $5.50 Silk Shirts, $3.00 to $5.00 Silk Hosiery, 50c. D.V.D Underwear, $1.00 Soft Shirts, $1.00 to $3.50 Daniel Clothing Co. Boley Building i2THSanSd walnut AMONG THE CHURCHES THE MINOR PROPHET SPEAKS. Subscribe Now for The Sun KEKEYT FLO U y i TOPATEfflJ BEST Kelley's Best Beat all th Rect Kelfy Ming Ct Time of Revelation Began 8:30 A. M., June 11, 1917. Thus salth the Lord of Host con corning Isaiah's vision, the son of Amoz, which ho saw concerning Judah and Jerusalem tho days Uzzlth, Jotham Ahaz and Hezoklab, king of Judah. Thus salth tho God of Heavens "Glvo car old earth these names arc spiritually unto your Coun try and Government." Tho vision which troubled Isaiah's head on June 5, 1917, and time of the hour was twelve minutes after twelve; I am Alpha the first and the l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 7 July 1917

THE KANSAS CITY SUN, SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1917. PUBLISHED WEEKLY All communications should be addressed to The Kansas City Sun, 1803 East 18th Street. Bell Phone East 999. Entered as second-class matter. August , 1908, at the postofflce at Kansas City. Mo., under the act of March 3, 1879. Nelson C Crews Editor and Owner Willa M. Glenn General Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Tear Blx Months 76 Three Months " ADVERTISING RATES, J2.00 PER INCH PER MONTH. MEMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. EDITORIALS. The Sun la diligently trying to se cure a list o the Colored people killed In, the massacre at East St. Louis, but has been unable to do bo as yet. As soon as obtained we will publish it. Alderman Lewis B. Anderson, of the Second Ward, Chicago, who succeeded Alderman Oscar DePriest, was pre sented a $600 diamond studded gold star by the citizens of the Ward and the members of the race In that city, last week. Presentation speech was made by Dr. A. J. Carey, the distin guished pastor of ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 7 July 1917

THE KANSAS CITY SUN, SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1917. 4 CITY NEW S KANSAS JHTY, KAS. By Mrs. Zenobla Nelson. Mrs. Winifred Jacobs is visiting her parents in Atchison, Knns. Watch for date of the "Empty House Dance." It will be great. The Empty House Dance is the lat est fad. Mr. John Denny of Omaha, Neb., is in tho city this week visiting friends. Chauffeurs Gasoline Dance Monday night, July 9. Don't fall to meet Billy Palmer at the Chauffeurs dance. Tango Club dance soon, date. Watch for Miss Minnie DeHaven of St. Louis is the guest of Mrs. William Jeffer son of 25-12 Michigan avenue. LOST A bunch of keyes Thursday at the Lincoln Electric Park. Finder return to K. C. Sun. Reward. L. K. Berger. Kenneth H. Oden, of 1808 East 24th street, has been quite ill since Mon day with pneumonia but is much Im proved at this time. 'Mrs. Charles Green, 2740 Woodland avenue, left for Gloucester, Mass., to spend the summer and will return about September 15th. Miss Alena Johnson, a sister of Mrs. M. J. Art...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 7 July 1917

THE KANSAS CITY SlTN, SATTODAY, JULY 7, 1917. mMNWmmjmmMfmmim 9 ra s Profession Ejj By John Elkins p liopyngiu, im, By yr. Q. Chapman.) Cedric Shaw was Intently watching the girl across the room. Sometimes tho swaying dancers In the hotel ball rooili camo between him nnd her; but always his gaze went back persistently to .the bright animated fnco of a young woman who stood talking with an elder ly lady. The first thing that had at tracted him was the absence of the painted lips nnd cheeks, which ho saw on almost all of the young girls pros- lent. .Next to take his attention was tho pretty dancing gown, which unlike the others covered her back, and camo above the shoulders all around In a be coming line. The young man could not have been called old-fashioned or "straight laced,' but a certain flue resnect for woman hood which had been cnrefully Instilled In him by his mother, felt a kind of re pulsion at the artificially covered faces, and the too scantily covered forms of the girls ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 7 July 1917

THE KANSAS CITY SUN, SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1917. America's nonor tor braver It is bestowed for extraordinary vator only, and the officer must work harder for the bit of ribbon and bronze than the enlisted man similar foreign honors come easier IIE Congressional Medal of Honor recognizes no rank. It la awarded to the private or tho general, the second class seaman or fireman or to tho rear admiral for extraordinary courage, valor surpass ing even that which Is expected from tho well-trained, seasoned soldier or ttallor. No matter how hazardous a dutv well DCrformed. that Is not enough. To win tho medal something more than Is demanded by duty must be achieved. Unlike some of the European decorations for bravery, tho American Medal of Honor Is more difficult for an officer to win than for an enlisted man, because more 13 expected of an oflleer. The medal Is a bit of bronze suspended from a ribbon. Its Intrinsic value, bo It what It may, Is of no Importance. Into the metal disk are welded a...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 7 July 1917

THE KANSAS CITY SUN, SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1917. Something Doing Every Night AT THE Lincoln Electric Park 20th and Woodland Carnival of Nations July 9-16 Tho renowned Tom Bass with Bell Beach, his Educated High School Horse. July 17, 18, 19. DRAKE & WALKER With Their Great Eastern Musical Comedy Co. JULY 22-23. CHOIR CARNIVAL AUG. 6.11. MORE COMING. LINCOLN PARK EMBLEM. THE SHAME OF ILLINOIS. shots, which every spectator of their acts took. They went In small groups; there was Uttlo leadership, but there was a horribly cool dellber ateness and a spirit of fun about It. I cannot allow even the doubtful ex cuse of drink. No man whom 1 saw showed tho effect of liquor. SERIOUS CHARGES AGAINST THE 1 MILITIA. , "On Saturday night, June 9th, 1917, three members of tho militia on duty In East SL Louis, namely: Fred Groomls, Ernest Iiradshaw and Jerry Jordan, .forcibly entered the business place of William Walker, Sixth and Kolsmenue avenue, East St. Louts, It was no crowd of hotheaded ; uru...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 14 July 1917

ifllto M Hrfd VELT SAID! ' . .- -- mi-i. .... - . ... y VOLUME IX. NUMBER 46. KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, JULY U, 1917. PRICE, 5c. fC G Negtoes Send $111,33 to Refugees ROOSEVELT-GOMPERS ROW. Carnegie Hall In Uproar as Colonel Accuses Labor Leader of Justifying Murder In East St. Louis Race Riots Exclaims Later: "I Wish I Could Get My Hands on Him. Starting most auspiciously with a public welcome amazing In its spon taneity and evident sincerity, the greeting of Now York City to the Rus sian War Mission yesterday ended In hostilities between Colonel Theodore Roosevelt and Samuel Gompers, Pres ident of the American Federation of Labor. Before an audience that -filled Car negie Hall to overflowing, at the mass mooting which marked the end of tha days' program, these two men for a few minutes went at each other in a way that caused the eyes of the vis itors to open In astonishment, the crowd to gasp, then takes sides and fi nally become thoroughly disorderly, and the members of th...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 14 July 1917

THE KANSAS CITY SUN, SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1917. From Our Fore. Correspondents en . V A. F. and A. M. Mo. Jurisdiction Officers 1917. W. W. Fields, Cameron, Mo., Grand Waster. Win. Green, Plattsburg, Mo Dep. Grand Master. - C. C. Clark, St. Louis, Mo., Senior Grand Warden. Ernest Boone, Louisiana, Mo., Junior Grand Warden. II. H. Walker, St. Joseph, Mo., Grand Treasurer. Geo. W. IC Love, Kansas City, Grand Secretary. Nelson C. Crews, Kansas City, Re lief Secretary. P. L. Pratt, Cameron, Mo., G. L., 1st District. E. J. Cooper, Mexico, Mo., G. L., 2nd District. Lodge Directory Rone Lodge No. 25, A. F. and A. M., meets the let and 3rd Monday In each month. All Master Masons la good standing welcome. Kmmett Spruell, W. M.; C H. Countee, Sec'y. Liberty Lodge No. 37, A. F. and A. M., Liberty. Mo., meets the 2nd and 4 th Saturday nights In each month. William Parker, W. SI.; Nelson Wallar, Seo'y. Mt. Olive Lodge No. 53, A. F. and A. M., meets the 2nd and 4th Fridays In every month. Vis iting ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 14 July 1917

taE KANSAS CITY SUN, SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1917. KOMFORTABLE KOOL KLOTH KLOTHES Palm Beach, Mohair, Serges Tropical Worsteds, Flannels $8.50 $10.00 $12.50 $15.00 New Straw Hats $1.50 to $2.50 Panamas, $3.50 to $5.50 Silk Shirts, $3.00 to $5.00 Silk Hosiery, 50c. D.V.D Underwear, $1.00 Soft Shirts, $1.00 to $3.50 Daniel Clothing Co. Boley Buildin Second Floor g 12TH and WALNUT ubscribe Now for Hie Sun FLOUR Kelley's Bes Beat ail ih Rel AMONG THE CHURCHES CHRISTIAN CHURCH. The attendance and spirit of wor ship wero splendid. Special attention is being given to the bible school and Christian endeavor with satisfactory results. Two additions to the church. The regular offering Bhowed groat sacrifice and was excellent. fG04.CS was raised In the financial rally that closed Sunday. Next Sunday morning the pastor's subject will bo "Heading." At night "Looking at tho Invisible." Everybody welcome to all the serv ices. v VINE STREET BAPTIST CHURCH. All services were woll attended last Sunday. .....

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 14 July 1917

THE KANSAS CITY SUN, SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1917. THE KAN S A SC1TYSUN PUDLISHED WEEKLY All communications should bo addressed to The Kansas City Sun, 1803 East 18th street. Bell Phone East 999. Entered as second-class matter, Aumist . 1903, at the postomce at Kansas wny, Mo., under the act ol March 3, 1879. Nelson C. Crews.. Editor and Owner WlUa M. Glenn General Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Tear U-BO Blx Months JS Three Months SO ADVERTISING RATES, J2.00 PER INCH PER MONTH. MEMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. EDITORIALS. Rah for "Teddy." Thus far tho good President has not spoken concerning the East St. Louis outrages, but, boys, did you hear -what Teddy said? The invitation, "Come Back Home," set up by the frantic southern press must provoke much merriment among those north-going colored people whoso ' relatives have been maimed, shot and burned by Georgia and Caro lina mobs. Finally, sir, we shall not fight our battles alone. Thero Is a just God who presides over the destini...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 14 July 1917

THE KANSAS CITY SUN, SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1917. Ij : : I I CITY NEWS SI ' T t) tl ...111 t,- i I i The Empty Hou3o Dance Is the lat est fad. PAY YOUR SUBSCRIPTION. Hear Madame Cecil Watts at Ward Chapel Friday night Mrs. Susie Bates of Oklahoma is visiting her cousin, Mrs. Rena Jones, 1916 Woodland avenue. Mrs. John M. Dugan of Chicago is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. O. Fisher of Rosedale, Kansas. Mr. W. G-. Banks of San Antonio, Tex., is in the city in the Interest of American Woodmen. Attorney T. W. Bell of Leaven worth, Kan., was in the city last week on business. Every honest subscriber who feels the necessity of a race paper 'should pay their subscription if due and help us carry on the work. Miss Ethel J. Crawford of 2106 Woodland avenue, is visiting Mrs. Rosa C. Gipson at Pleasant Hill, Mo this week. Mrs. Win. Jefferson entertained a few friends Thursday afternoon, July 5, complimentary to Mrs. Minnie De Haven of St. Louis, Mo. Miss Christina Smith entertained about30 friends J...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 14 July 1917

THE KANSAS CITY SUN, SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1017. Mr. Well's Last Will By JOHN ELKINS (Copyright, by W. O. Chapman.) "I want you to draw up my will, Mr. Bagg, ami I want It done right nway, so's I can Ret It oft my mind. It ain't because I'm thinking of pass ing away don't know as I ever felt better in my life but that brother of mine has been pestering me every day to 'tend to It; so to stop his nagging, I've come. It ain't so much to get anxious about, any way, Just n pretty good farm and some thousands in the bank. You see, my lawyer, Daggett, has gone to California, and Mr. Black .spilt me to you, being I was coming to the city." The speaker, a man past middle-age, with Iron-gray hair and a rugged face, whoso firm, angular jaw and protrud ing under Hp set the lawyer to won dering how any amount of nagging could have affected such an obstinate, determined nature, took from his pock et some papers which ho proceeded to sort out as though he expected the at torney to at once accede to ...

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