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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 24 January 1914

4, fa," i i Visit Provident Hospital. D. V Hodses has gone to Manbat tan, Kas., where ho has accepted a po sition, Mrs. W. H. Nance, 1213 Highland avenue, has been Indisposed (for two vreoks. , Mrs. Katie Martin, 2220 Michigan avenue, is convalescing after tielnjj seriously' 111 for several .weeks. Mr. Martin Young, 3412 East 21st 8treot, was called to Chicago on ac count of the death of his brother. 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. E. A. Robinson, Express, Baggage and Light Moving. Prompt and cour teous service. Call Bell phone East 754. Mr. and Mrs. Win. J. Shelton of Leavenworth, Kas., spent Saturday and Sunday with J. H. Robinson, 2448 Valrond avenue. " Mrs. Charles Green of 1510 Lydla avenue has gono .to Denver, Colo., to spend the rest of the winter with her daughter, Mrs. S. Neal. Rev. J. W. Hurse, the...

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. — 24 January 1914

The League of Lost Causes By H. M. EGBERT Jcgtk RoBEHtic Awtere. of ram Laae, Anenean Millionaire The Education of Edward (Copyright. 1313, by vVD this, I supposo, will bo the last meeting ot the club," Bald his majesty, King Qoorgo ot England, rising with a yawn and but toning up hla gloves. "The last regular meet ing sir," answered Lord Claude Tre ham, secretary to the organization. "Tho premises will always be open." "Cut for mora convivial purposes," out In ex-King Manuel of Portugal, laughing. "I regret to say that an im mediate engagement "Manuel," Interrupted the English monarch, clapping the young fellow upon the Bhoulder, "we owe you much gratitude. By detaching yourself from thin criminal league you have put an end to Its activities In Europe. When tho Tsar withdrew his support you were the last prop left. And now " "Well. I did think It could get mo back my throne," said Manuel, yawn ing. 'And naturally I was not greatly averse to using It as a means toward 'that end. Dut...

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. — 24 January 1914

4 A. F. and A.' M. Missouri Jurisdiction Officers 1913. Nh C. Crews, Kansas City, Grand Master. tioputy Grand Master, . Richard Young, Lincoln, Neb. U P. Payne, Glasgow, Mo., Grand Heritor Warden P. i, 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 Heller, Cameron, Mo. , 13. J. Cooper, Mexico, Mb., Grand Lecturer. Grand Commandery Officers. A. D. Butler, II. E.. G. C., St.. Joseph, Mo.. Jheo. Wiley, E. D. G. C, St. Louis, Mo. ' W, G. Mosely, E G. C. G., Kansas "'City. T. P. Mahammltt, G. Treasurer, Omaha, Neb. ' C. II. Lewis, G. Kec, Kansas City. Grand Chapter Officers. Geo. Broomfleld, G.,11. P., St. Louis, Mo. . T. G. McCampbell, D. G. H. P., Kan sas City. A. L. Thomas, G. K., Jefferson City, Mo. J, P. Mofltte, G. S., Sedalla, Mo. Chas. Grlggsby, G. Treas., Liberty, Mo. E. S. Baker, G. Sec'y, (Kansas. City Mo.. MEMBERS. R. T. Coles, Chairman. E. 8. Baker, Secr...

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. — 24 January 1914

MISSOURI Joined that noble ,g to bo onerated pon thls week,.., t week Mr. Vernon Th , Mniirmo e r. REV. J. W. HURSE. j Tho popular nastor of St. Stcphen'3 Baptist Church, whose friends v.ero alarmed at hi 3 reported lllneEs during tho past week. many Straight SWITGHES 50' s or wavy 24 Inches long, made of good quality coml'abln hair, on tlireofcttniH. .S-ll regularly ot fl. In till sjlIv only 50C TRANSFORMATIONS, 50 C All - a r o u n A Transformations, wt, lk oz , 20 In. lona; of fine qual ity hair, straight or wavy. We carry a com plete line of lUir Goods including Wigs and ISrnlds at 15c to to 415, which w,e make and we sell direct toyouatHalf-frlce 014 E. I2t!i St. t ESS EL' Kar.s.n City, Mo AGENTS WANTED Hundreds earn tit) to $3i) weekly selling our High Qr.idc Guaranteed Uoods. TJall or write for special Agents Offer. 1 rW S lil'ill Cl O&it Bate Undertakers Funeral Directors and Licensed Embalmers OUR MOTTO "Do unto others as you would they should do unto you." Our Specialt...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 31 January 1914

Sun A FEARLESS DEFENDER - OF THE RACE ALL THE NEWS ALL THE TIME VOLUME VI. NUMBER 23. 'KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1914. PRICE, 5c. EVERYB 1 o LOCATION OF CHURCHES AND ORDER OF SERVICE ON PAGKE 3. Go Church Sunday, reb- 1st Beautiful Kansas City Our City as Seen Through the Glasses of One of The Race's Most r Distinguished Men. . A Comprehensive View of the Kansas City Negro From the Pen of the Versatile and Brilliant Ralph W. Tyler, Former Auditor of the Navy, now Organ izer for The National-Negro Business League. By RALPH W. TYLER. "Kansas City, Mo. This city's fame, throughout the self-satisfied East, rests, apparently, upon Us stock yards. Its abattoirs, and Its beef barons, and yet no city In the world, not even jparls, can boast of so beautiful and extensive system, of boulevards, or more handsome residences, many of which aro fin de slecle palaces that will rival- the homes of" Now York mil lionaires which line Rlversldo Drive. The colored people throughout t...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 31 January 1914

W-1EBIC1 .HUB HENRY" HOWIAND and WMmw, t F all the dangers and hazards to which humanity Is liable, not one tnoro quickly reaches tho heart-strings or strikes a stronger chord ot sympathy than shipwreck. The advance of science, It is said, has killed the poetry, the wonder and the romance ot the sea, but it cannot, as we too cften have occasion to deplore, eliminate Its peril. Tho agony of suspense may not, Indeed, In these days be prolonged, for tho iron or steel hull breaks up more quickly than the fabric ot the wooden ship, which oftentimes for days bumped and tore on the rocks or sands before it fell to pieces. On tho other hand, the catastrophes In cidental to tho sea collision, fire and its awful horrors, and Btrandlng nre now on (, a more colossal scale. The ships are bigger, more poor souls are endangered, brings tho harrowing details more speedily home, to a wider cir cle of sympathizers. Ocean travel today, It is true, has been made comfortable, and the passenger ships rac...

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. — 31 January 1914

"Go To Church Sunday A Great Universal ' Movement Ministers, Men, Women and Christian Workers to Join In Making It A Glorious Affair Local Churches To Make Unusual Efforts To Fill , Empty .Pews. Preachers Jubilant Over the ' Prospective Gatherings and Give Voice To Their Sentiments By' Charles A. Starks. Mohammed, after vaunting that he would call the great mountain that stood In the distance to him, assured ly observed that ho would go to the mounlaln, since tho mountain wopiu not come to him. This seems to bo the universal cry of tho church today touching upon the attitude of the great mass of people: "If the peo ple will not come to the church, then the church will go to the people." This happy conclusion Is taking con crete form In tho world-wide' move ment of tho Christian workers to se cure a larger gathering of men and women, at the "Shrine of Holiness" whcrln is expounded the Gospel of Cl.rlst. Tho movement has been 'heralded over the whole land by the newspa pers and the pe...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 31 January 1914

nwfl I n This houso was built for an ex 9 large, light and airy rooms, large gymnasium, full cemented basement, oast front, street and alley paved, Several prominent Negroes have bought in this block, so the owner has decided to sell and in order to make a quick sale hits reduced the price from $4,000 to $3,500, $500 down and $20 monthly. An ordinary family could live in four of the rooms and the other five could be rented for enough to make the payments and interest. Surely opportunity is knocking at your door. "Will you continue to pay rent or will you buy? If this is too large, we have several others. AFRO-AMERICAN INVESTMENT CO. 911 McGee Street. . Home 7555 Main. sl 25$ SWITCHES 50 21 inches long, made of pood quality combable hair, on throe stems. Sell regularly nt $1. In thlt sal only 50C TRANSFORMATIONS, SOc 814 E. 12th St. H ESSEL'N Kansas my, mo. Subscribe for The Sun "House of Love" Badges, Banners, Books, Robes, Emblems, ( r Lodge and Church Societies The Love Regalia Co...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 31 January 1914

Visit Provident Hospital, Mrs. Elizabeth Cotton, 2411 Grove street, who has been 111 with lngrlppo, Is Improved, Mr. J. V. Woodson. 1037 Cottage tivenue, Is now able to bo up again after a week's illness. Do you want stock In the Kaw Val ley Truck Gardening Co.? Call E. A- nooinson, president, ucn, nasi ot. Itov. Wm. Hancock will preach at tho Second Christian Church, 1840 Tracy avenue, by the Rev. Wm. .Han cock. E. A. Robinson, Express, Baggage and Light Moving. Prompt and cour teous 'service. Call Bell phone East 754. Madame Capponl, of Detroit, Mich., is now touring our state, and Is slop ping at 1508 East Eighteenth' street whllo in tho city. Mrs. Hazel Walker left Thursday for Tyler, Tex., where she will join her husband and make- Tyler- their permanent home. WANTED Several honest Indus trious people to distribute Negro lit erature; salary $60 per month. Prof. Nichols Box 135, Napervllle, III. Mr. and Mrs. It. H. Johnson, 1519 East Twenty-second street, are the proud parents of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 31 January 1914

The Robinson Diamonds An Audacious Hazard of Nikolai, Independent Agent, as Related by His Lieutenant, Summers By H. M. EGBERT (Copyright. 1913, by This Is tha first of a series of stories, each complete In Itself, i which narrate the tremendously ex citing adventures of Nikolai a tort of modern Robin Hood who ! calls himself a "leveler of for i tunes." The clever device by i which he restored the Robinson Diamonds to their rightful owner Is the subject of the present tale. I think there must bo some malign ITovldence that sends our enemies acrons our paths Just when we think that we havo put thom out of our lives forever. How else can one account tor the meeting between Sir JuIIub ItohlnBon and Mary Boyd? It happened aboard the Linlithgow, our, ot the older vessels ot the Atlan- tie passenger fleet. There wero not iroauy of us, and we soon became lntl mato. The man tn my cabin was, 1 .fancied, a Russian or Austrian by birth; he called himself Baron Nikolai and seemed possessed ot u...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 31 January 1914

A. F. and A. M. Missouri Jurisdiction . , :' Officers 1913. N. 0. Crows, Kansas City, Grand Master. ; Deputy Grand Master, Richard Young, Lincoln, Neb, ' U P. Payne, Glasgow, Mo., Grand Senior Warden. ' P. J. Brown, St. Louis, Grand Junior Warden, H. II. Walker, St. Joseph, Grand Treasurer. Geo. W. K. Love, Grand Secretary, Kansas City, Mo. W. W. Fields, Secretary ol Masonic Hellof, Cameron, Mo. B. J. Cooper, Mexico, Mo., Grand Lecturer. Grand Commandery Officers. A. D. Butler, It. E. G. C, St., Joseph, Mo. , I W. G. MoBely, V. B. G.' C, Kansas City. P. C. Klncade, E. G. C. G Kansas City. T. P. Mahammltt, G. Treasurer, Omaha, Neb. C. H. Lewis, G. Roc, Kansas City". Grand Chapter Officers. Geo. Broomfield, G. H. P., St. Louis, Mo. T. G. McCampbell, D. G. H. P., Kan sas City. A. L, Thomas, G. K., Jefferson City, Mo. J. P. Mofltto, G. S., Sedalla, Mo. Chas. Grlggsby, G. Treas., Liberty, Mo. E. S. Baker, G. Sec'y, Kansas City Mo. MASONIC BUILDING ASSOCIATION MEMBERS. R. T, Coles, Chairm...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 31 January 1914

A THE KANSAS CITY SUN to Tho Kansas City Sun, ISO! East 18th oirei. Bell Phono Eait 999. Entered as soconfl-class matter, Auinjst UflMft. at tho tlotllce at Kansas City, Nelson a Ciews Editor nml Owner Geo. B. Tlibmpsun Ailvertlstn ARtnt J. a. .Tyler... Advertising Solicitor Ut t Washington ... Traveling nopresentatlve Knsa Morton S!!ec!or Alma Crows Collector i iunscnuTioN RATES: Ono Tear I,52 Blx Months Three Months SO It occatlonally happens that papers sent to 'subscribers oro lost or stolen. In case you do not receive any number when due, inform us by petal card and we will cheerfully forward a duplicate of the missing number. Vt ADVEirrrsiNd hatr. bo cents ran INCH. Good Morning. Visit Provident Hospital. Do you want stock In tho Kaw Val ley Truck Gardening Co.? Call E. A. Robinson, president. Bell, East 754. Are you a Detaocrat, Republican, Socialist, null Moose or for Commis sion Government? Prof. William E. Griffln -writes that vrbllo 'he Is elowly improving In health ho Is...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 7 February 1914

to 23) e mu ALL THE NEWS FEARLESS DEFENDER OF TUE RACE ALL THE TIME 1 VOLUME YI. NUMBER 24. KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY ?, 1911. PRICE, 5 m mm mutt 500 Negro Men and Women "Go To Church Sunday" . A Great Universal Movement Ministers, Men, Women and Christian Workers Join In Making It A Glorious Affair gg The Most Remarkable and Successful Observance of Sunday Ever Witnessed in Greater Kansas City Thousands of Colored Peo ple Thronged the Streets on Their Way to the Churches of Greater Kansas Nearly All of Which Were Packed to Their Capacity While Many Turned Away Hundreds. HUNDREDS JOINED THE CHURCH AND A GREAT RELIGIOUS ENTHUSIASM WAS AROUSED WHICH WILL BEAR FRUIT IN THE FUTURE. Perfiaps the moat remarkable ex hibition of church going ever wit nessed In Kansas City on the jart ot "Colored people was on last Sunday known as "Go-to-Church Sunday." Nearly every church. In the city made extra preparations for the occasion, and extra seating capacity was pro vided wherever...

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. — 7 February 1914

ER50ML: CHINESEJHJjARDEH Methods Which Havo Brought Large Finanoial Returns. I Mffli cms : smsx . MAJOR ROBERT R. MOTON Major Robert It. Moton, command ant of Hampton Institute for over twenty years, is, next to Booker T. Washington, the most distinguished graduate of Hampton. He is president of the Negro Or ganization Society of Virginia, and secretary of the Jeanes Fund Board. Major Moton has traveled all over the country with Booker T. Washing ton, and is credited with exerting a tremendous influence in bringing white and colored people into more helpful relations. David F. Houston, federal Becretarv of agriculture, is a firm believer in the need for co-operative action among farmers. In a recent address before the national grange he said: "In simple Justice the producer must be paid specifically for what he pro duces and for nothing else, and the consumer must receive what he thinks ho purchases and must be willing to pay a fair price for a good product. It is absolutely clear t...

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. — 7 February 1914

j Jilr. ,J. E. Lalng, manufacturer ot Human ifalr and Hair Dye, has opened a First Class Hair Dressing School In connection, with the oth er departments ot his1 business. Ho has several understudies, who will begin taking Instruction by the latter part ot this month. One, Miss Laura M. Haydon, 141C East 21th, has already enrolled and Is now being Instructed In the vari ous branches ot tho business. The prlco for a complete course of In struction In Beauty Culture $25, Beauty Culture Course, 1 Hati1 dressing and beautifying the hair. 2 Hnlr pressing or straightening. ii Scalp treatment. 4 Dry Shampoo. 6 Wet shampoo. C-vFaclal massage. 7 Scalp massage. . 8 Making curls, . ni , . 9 Clipping and singing; hair. 10 Dyeing' hair on head.,: 11 Crimping hair. 12 One hundred strokes brushing hair. 13 Waving hair. 14 Manicuring. 15 Weaving hair. 1C Hackling, or rooting hair. 17 Three ways mounting switches. 18 Three ways making puffs (wreath puff, crescent pufr, moon puff). 19 Making cornet br...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 7 February 1914

THE KANSAS CITY SUN I HOW'S YOUR FEET? I nra not asking much, only that each man, woman ami child who ex- All communications should be addressed pects to buy a pair ot shoes In the to The Kansas Cltv Sun. 1S0S East 18th , olvt,. Am, ma n hmr n a. . - - I mmi o.aij uitja bnv ' v,..,.... w D U "U . 1 1.1. 1 T .li . .1 t Bell Phone East 999. luiuisu, luu guuus, il mis uu uuuu a 1 assure you that you will soon see an cntcrprlso spring up In your midst ot which you shall bo Justly proud, and your sons and daughters will havo an opportunity to turn tholr at- Entered as second-class matter, August 12, 1908, at the postotflco at Kansas City, Mo., Under the act of March 3, 1879. Y. M. C. A. NOTES Nelson C Crews.. ...... Editor and Owner Willa D. Glenn...., General Manager j. o. Tvibr...: Advertisinir solicitor tentlon to a new lino of work cal Eva P. Washington Traveling Representative Rosa Morton Collector Alma Crews Collector suBscmrrioN hates: One Tear (1.50 Six Months 75 Three Months 50 ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 7 February 1914

j CIT Y NEWS. I ROBINSON-DARKER WEDDING. The marriage ot Miss Blanche Bar- Mrs. Rhoda Nelson Is very 111 at her homo, 2803 Norton avenue. Mrs. J. B. Quarrels, 2412 Montgatl avenue, Is visiting relatives at Clarkj vllle, Tenn. Mr. Harry Bean Is quite 111 at his residence, 1009' Euclid avenue, with pneumonia. f Tho Woman's League gives a conn '.try dance February 11 at Lyric Hall for tho benefit of the Girls' Home. E. A. Robinson, Express, Baggage and Light Moving. Prompt and cour teous service. Call Bell phone East 754. Mrs, Lizzie Walker, who has been the guest of Miss M. E. Robinson, 613 McGeo street, has returned to her homo in Sedalia. Ask the music dealer for "Some Day, Sweetheart, You'll Miss Me." It's a sentimental hit by Thos. W. Harrison. WANTED Several honest Indus trious people to distribute Negro lit erature; salary $60 per month. Prof. Nichols Box 135, Napervllle, III. i Messrs. Slaughter, O'Dell and Car Kpers, of TopeUa, -were the guests of ho Misses Quarrels, 2412 Mont...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 7 February 1914

THIRTEEN III TABLE By FRANK FILSON. Although tho Now Year ot hln ovn pcoplo was celebrated moro than three months earlier, Isaac MaudolBtamm ro Jolccd In keeping festival upon the New Year of the nation of which ho felt himself to be an Integral part. It was moro than forty years slnco ha lind arrlvod from Russia and opened a little tailor's shop on the lower East fildo. His sons and daughters had prospered nnd had moved uptown, but old Isaac and his wlfo Itebekah BtlU lived In tho modest tenement In which their children had been born and had grown to manhood nnd womanhood. Every Dccomber 31 there was a re union like this one. Abraham and his wlfo Yetta had motored down from their country homo near Yonkors, with tholr children, Morris and Frank. lei dor, part owner of a department store, hfl brought his wife and daughter. Rachel, tho school teacher, had brought her Dance, Meyer Seldlltz; nnd there wore Philip, the rising young lawyer, and Marcus, the architect, who had only begun to...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 7 February 1914

A. F and A. M. Missouri Jurisdiction Officers 1913. N, C, Crews, Kansas City, Grand Master. Deputy Grand Master, Richard Young, Lincoln, Neb. U P. Payne, Glasgow, Mo., Gra,nd Benlor Wardon, F, J. Brown, St. Louts, Grand Junior Warden. II. H. Walker, St. Joseph, Grand Treasurer, Geo. W. K. Love, Grand Secretary, Kansas City, Mo. W. W. Fields, Secretary of Masonic Holler, Cameron, Mo. VS. J. Cooper, Mexico, ,Mo., Grand Lecturer". Grand Commandery Officers. A T HiiHnn T? T?. f fl ?f .Tnaontt. Mo. W. G. Mosoly, V. B. G.' C, Kansa3 City. P. C. Klncade, E. G. C. G., Kansas City. T. P. Mahammltt, G. Treasurer, Omaha, Nob. C II. Lewis, G. Ilec, Kansas City. ' Grand Chapter Officers. , Geo. Broomfield, G. H. P., St. Louis, Mo. T. G. McCampbell, D. G. H. Pa Kan sas City. A. L. Thorrias, G. K Jefferson City, Mo. J. P. Mofltto, G. S., Sedalla, Mo. Chas. Griggdby, G. Treas., Liberty, Mo. B. S. Baker, G. See'y, Kansas City Mo. MASONIC BUILUIINU ASSUUIA I IUIN MEMBERS. R. T. Coles, Chairman. B. S....

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. — 7 February 1914

V : 8 Tliis house was built for an ex-Mayor of Kansas City. It lias 9 large, light and airy rooms, large attic suitable for pool room or gymnasium, full cemented basement, combination furnace, lot- 50x150, east front, street and alley paved, large barn suitable for garage. Several prominent Negroes have bought in this block, so the owner has decided to sell and in order to make a quick sale has reduced the price from $4,000 to $3,500, $500 down and $20 monthly. An ordinary family could live in four of the rooms and the other five could be rented for enough to make the payments and interest. Siirelv onnortunitv is knocking nt your door. "Will you continue to pay rent or will you buy? If this is too large, wc have several others. AFRO-AMERICAN INVESTMENT CO. 911 McGee Street. . Home 7555 Main. Bell 751 Main. sl SWITCHES 50c 24 Inches lonpt, mdo of cood quality combable hair, three stems. Sell regularly at ?1. In thU sale only 50 $1 TRANSFORMATIONS, 5Qc All - around Traniformatlons, vr...

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