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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 18 July 1914

J CITY NEWS. "a If Queen Beatrice Temple, 824 East 10th street, gave a reception July 14 In -honor of" their twentieth anniver sary. uiuo uomeicia weaver nas gone to Atchison, Kas., for a visit with relatives. Miss Cozetta Klngsberry ana her brother, Orange, Jr., are visiting rela tives In Chllllcothe, Mo. Let E. A, Robinson rent, sell or buy you a home". A square deal, prompt and courteous service. Call Bell East 754. Mrs. J. E. Marshall, 1712 East 13th street; left Friday, the 17th for a two months' visit at Denver and Colorado Springs. MrB Victoria Bradshaw has re turned to. her homo In Chicago, 111.,' after a visit with her sister, Mrs. Ger trude Tlbbs. A capable young lady typist -wanting a position can find one by calling at the Kansas City Sun, 1803 East Eighteenth street. Mrs. Anna Camper and her niece, Hiss Izetta Farley, left Saturday for a three months' tour of Colorado Springs, Manltou and Denver, Colo. Poro hair dressing, hair weav ing and facial massaging. .Scalp treat...

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. — 18 July 1914

THE DEVIL CHAIR. A Chronicle of the Strange Adventures of John Haynes and His Gyroscope Vehicle BY THE DEEP SEA BUT HE. WOULD HACK THE LIFE OUT OF THIS TREACHEROUS HUMAN THING THAT SOUGHT HIS OWN. John Haynes bad fulfilled all the purposes which had inspired him When he made his- escape from the state penitentiary at Nokomls Falls, by means of the powerful gyroscope which he had Invented, he hunted jdown those enemies who had flung him into prison upon a trumped-up charge; he had discovered the, wife nnd daughter who had been torn from him, and he had placed them In each other's arms. Then, since his wife, believing him dead, had married again, and because the stains of blood which he had shed In the accomplish ment of his revenge lay on his soul, lie did not dare reveal himself to the woman to whom he was still legally bound, but made his way to a remote fprner of the United States and hid 'there, under an assumed name, t How many thousands of miles he fliad traversed upon that won...

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. — 18 July 1914

"(.ALLEY'S FOLLY" VINDICATED DISHES FOR SUMMER MENU SHOULD BE SUITED TO TEMPERATURE. Some Hints That Ma Help House H-MEIM HUB ' wife to Set Out a Temping Meal That Will Be Enjoyed by Family. In winter the curling steam from short flight, demonstrating that Langley's prlncl- 'X- "&lCyf SOPP' pies were right and that the sole fault lay In the Sr ivfr"';V'-v' .'.S- ' method of launching tho machine. , k&&r 'l--' Z27&ZZT& Off? Scientists long ago" Sa' r.Wr.XV mT.7y accorded to Professor . Langley the full meas ure of credit duo to ( him. The Wright broth ers, who made a prac tical success where he had seemed to fail, have acknowledged the debt they owe to this unassuming man who drew his inspiration from the clouds and gave to man the eagle's secret. He had worked out for them the prob lems' in aerodynamics, and left for them in al gebraic formulae tho data upon which all mechanical flight is based. . But. in the mind of the public Langley was a failure, and Langley'...

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. — 18 July 1914

WHOM SHALL I EMPLOY? This question comet at a time of Great Bereavement. Many ard Least Prepared for It The firm that Is- well known for Its Upright Dealing and Un questioned Integrity, ' Unhesitatingly the answer Is, the Firm' that does not take Ad vantage. of Its patrons because of peculiar bereavement, but Pro tects and Advises .them Sympathetically. The firm whose godds ire of the best quality, prices the Most Beasonabte services' the Prompt- est, Most Efficient and Most 5 Courteous. Such a firm Is C, H. Countee, jfc undertaker ana iicensea tnv balmer. It entered the business first and Paved the way for the others. Its Nineteen years of un stinted satisfaction to Hundreds of patrons In the conduct of Thou sands of funerals enable It to un derstand the Peculiar1 needs of the patrons of Greater Kansas City. IF YOU DESIRE MODERATE PRICES, THE DEST QUALITY, i COURTESY AND PROMPTNESS, CALL ! C. H. COUNTEE, I UNDERTAKER 2220 VINE ST. Lady Attendant BOTH PHONES WmMm' HAIR DRESSING i I ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 25 July 1914

miri Sun A FEARLESS DEFENDER OF THE RACE ALL THE NEWS ALL THE TIME VOLUME VI. NUMBER 48. KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1914. PRICE, 5c. Willa M. Glenn, Notary Public and Expert Typist, Kansas City Sun Office 4 ti , , -H1 - HARMONY OF MIND. The music of my soul, tho tender strains of harmony, Then the wild wlerd notes of distant chimes, As dreams which lead me on to Worlds unknown. Sometimes a tuneful instrument lures to sweetest rest, With charms of strangest symphonies, Sometimes a mighty orchestra en gulfs the soul, Rising and falling In grandeur, and ' astounding, Again the dulc't lulls and then the in expressible Music that hints of peace divine. A world of poetry and song, touching, ' then solemn I soar to realms of beauty, of love, then contentment, This manna that feeds the hungry soul, - When relaxation of things material, Then mind knows harmony for Its very own 'Tls tho music of the muse, Divine Thought Blessing, And the whispering of angels which delight To dr...

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. — 25 July 1914

DIRECTORY OF THE Negro Business League of Kansas City. F, 3. Wearer, Pres. E. A. Itoblnson, Secy. Members wilt please report sny mistake or change of address to R A. Robinson, financial Secretary ana Fiscal Acent. Uell Phone East 754. AUTHOR AND WRITER, C, A. Starks, 1125 Vine street. Dell phone, East 1128-W. AUTOMOBILES. Bob Robinson, 7 Passenger Car to Hire, 1219 Baltimore Ave. Day Phone, Grand 3125; Night: Bell, East 1759; Home, Main 8467. Chas. Monroe, 2102 Woodland Auto & Hack Service. Bell East 5194. Jus. Cowden, 1617 E. 12th St. AUtomobllo to hire. Bell East 26; Home Main 1532. Wm. D. Foster Auto Co., 1423 Forest, hire and repair; offlco Bell Grand 1630W; res. phone Bell East 4417W. Thomas Black, 7-Passenger Packard, Safety and Service. Bell, East 2833. Home, Main 6545. BAKERS. Bessie Evans' Cook Shop and Catering, 2428 Vine St. Bell phone. East 3637. Henry Compton, home bakery, 1612 East 18th. Susie Owens, 2329 Vine. . George Purnell, 1312 Vine; East 4915W Bell. ' BARBER...

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. — 25 July 1914

How Tune Are Built The 'mystery of music nover Just "came naturally' to any human being. The world haB never known a more Industrious worker than the Illustri ous Franz Schubert. Yet, It to any one In the world music "camo natu rally" It deemed to como so to him. When the school principal nBkcd his harmony teacher how young Franz Schubert was progressing, the teach er paid: "Ho is a wonder. Whenever I explain anything to him, he always seems already to know It, He must havo received his knowledge straight from heaven. Yet (n spite of such superb gifts, there was never a hard er worker than he. And don't you think that we, with our lesser gifts, should follow his example? If he, with all his heaven-Bent genius, could not succeed without strenuous dally labor, how can we hope to accomplish anything worth while, without cease less, patient and conscientious toll? Tho Study of Music, In Woman's World. Back to the Land. In New York certain persons who havo purchased 1,000 acres of land I...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 25 July 1914

THE KANSAS CITY SUN Where Kansas City's Elite Eats the Tango on a Blazer. Price 15c. SMITH'S DRUG STORE, 18th AND TRACY. SAVE MONEY ON PRINTING Ilnve it done by THE SQUARE DEAL PRINTING CO. Efficient, Practical Printers Can do it Cheaper, Quicker and Better. 1731 LYDIA AVENUE Home Phone, 2783 Main. Bell, Grand 2486J J. Walter Buchanan, Manager J. L. Washington, Ass't J. R, Fairley, Prop. All communications should bo nddtVd to The Kansas City Bun, UOS East 18th Birei. ' Dell Phono East 899. Entered as second-class matter, Aumist 12, 1908, at the postonico at Kansas -ny, uo., unuer mo act oi juarcn a, mta. Nelson C. Crews ..Editor and Owner Wllla B. Glenn General Manager Qto. E. Thompsonf Adv. Agent J. a. Tyler... Advertising Solicitor Eva 1'. Washington Traveling Representative Rosa Morton Collector lima Crews collector HitnafimrrioTJ tiates; One Tear H.gO BIX Month J5 Three Months 50 It occasionally happens that papers sent to subscribers are lost or stolen. In case von flo not rece...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 25 July 1914

f ' ' III II:' . J l i jt cry nrws . Ay Prof. A. R. Chlnn spent Wednesday In tho ,clty on business. Nicely finished furnished modern, 1712 Troost avonue, rooms, Mr. Percy Robinson nnd wife of Bt. Joseph, are visiting his mother, Mrs. Nelllo Bennett. FOR. RENT Two furnished rooms, modern except bath. Mrs. H. Bean, 1009 Euclid avenue. Mrs. Robert Huff of St. Louis-Is In the city visiting her sister and niece, Mrs. M.'Reld and daughter. 'Miss Janeth Long of tho Kansas side, was the guest of M1b3 Cherry McGlll Sunday evening. The members of the 1 S. P. Ladles Club announce their mid-summer party for a very near date. Mr. P. R Reed, wife and daughter of Kansas City, KaS.,'left the city for Port Arthur, Tex., to vllst friends. Every kind of tennis shoes may be bought at Page's Shoe Store, at 1507 East 18th street. H. G. Jones, Mgr. - Mrs. H. O. Browne, 1714' "A," East 13th street, will leave Saturday, July 25, for a ,slx weeks' visit to Chicago, 111. N Mr. E. B. Bennett, 818 East 10th str...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 25 July 1914

Human Documents of Married Life By Virginia T, Van da Watmr Intimate and Human, Intensely Alive, Each Story Presenting a Problem Which l&ight Occur to Any One of Us at Any Time WHY I LEFT MY HUSBAND fOT long ago a woman was talking to mo ot an ac quaintance) ot mine whose husband was miserly, ill tempered, 111 bred, yet whoso wlto was uniformly patient with him. "Sho can stand It all," remarked my friend, "bocauso her husband has al ways been faithful to her. ' He has never talked lovo to, or looked love at, another woman." Tho remark sot mo to thinking'. Are there women who can forgive all that a man may do so long as he re mains faithful to tho letter ot his mar rlago vows? Is the sin of Infidelity Uio only ono that the average woman cannot condone? Perhaps that Is true, but, If so, I am not llko other women. For my husband was faith ful to me, as the world counts fidelity. Ho certainly never mado lovo to any other woman, nor did he care par ticularly for tho society of tho op...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 25 July 1914

r i rev H TiTT AMTiTTinH fi II I v Vf I I I M .1 IK v I TT II f rv M I I II I fllmWUMJH III IIPIIMI i III 'I Hi III Hi II ii I Mil Mil XS3l.l&mm s ujj.ms asi: - . , : : .j. l .l w-'Jl I lWIWll H I III 1 1 1IMIMI 111 II II III IHII" I' iHI II III mi i II II INI I Mill illilllil i hi li '& tmmia.l rmi MOST POPULAR OF PICKLES HE coming 6f spring In the High Alps is not often witnessed by the tourist; summer Is In full swing beforo ho ar rives upon the scene. The climbers appear later bMU, and at least one crop of hay has been taken from the upper slopes and pastures beforo tho season of the guides comes on and the snow Is In good condition on the heights. Though summer is already basking In the lower valleys, spring holds the heights for o long time yet. In a sense It never leaves them. Even In August traces of It linger sweetly against the edges of the snow-flelds, and along the ever-sparkling pastures whore tho tree lino stops. When nature has grown smug and lazy among tho du...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 25 July 1914

WHOM SHALL This question comet at a time of Great Bereavement. Many are Least Prepared for It. Unhesitatingly thb answer Is, the' Firm that does not take Ad jT vantage of Its patrons because of 1ft peculiar bereavement, but Pro , tects and Advises them Sympa thetically. The firm whose goods are of the best quality, prices the Most Reasonable services the Prompt est, Most Efficient and Most 'Courteous. IF YOU DESIRE MODERATE PRICES, THE BEST QUALITY, COURTESY AND PROMPTNESS, CALL - C. H. COUNTEE, UNDERTAKER 2220 VINE ST. Lady Attendant BOTH PHONES HAIR DRESSING I will make you. proud of your hair It is unsurpassed for making harsti, kinky and stubborn hair toft, glotty and luxurious. It not only beautifies the hair but also keeps it in good condition. Price, 25 and 50 Cents Everywhere 1 jNBLSON MFG 8 k GDDFE Successor to G. A. Roy Carry a Full Line of DRUGS, Patent Medicines Cigars, Sundries and Paints PHONES: Home Main 7344; Bell East 43 18th and Paseo Home Phone Main 7646. COHN'S B...

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

ALL, THE NEWS ALL THE TIME FEARLESS DEFENDER OF THE RACE YOIiUME VI. NUMBER 40. KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, AUGUST 1 , 1914. PRICE, 5c. Willa M. Glenn, Notary Public and Expert Typist, Kansas City Sun Office mm jK The Sunday Services August 2nd will mark the closing of the Midsummer Carnival on the Paseo. f Dr. "William H. Thomas will preach at the 11 o'clock A. M. services, and the Allen Chapel Choir will Sing. Rev. W. C. Williams will preach at the 8 o'clock evening services. There will be a Union Class Meeting at 3 P. M. The public is cordially in vited to all these services. " Remember th?e Place Paseo, Near Eighteenth Street. . is District Grand Lodge No. 17, G. U. 0. 0. F. and District Household of Ruth, No. 12, Hold Their 31st , Annual Session at Atchison, Kansas, July 21-22-23 The thirty-first annual session of the District Grand Lodge No. 17, Grand United Order of Odd Fellows, and the District Household of Ruth No. 12, was held In Atchison, Kan., on July 21, 22 and 23....

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 1 August 1914

DIREOTOKY OF TUK Negro Business League of Kansas City. F. J. Weaver, Pres. B. A. Robinson, Secy". Member will pleaso report any mistake or chants of oddren to B A. noblnson. Financial Secretary and Fiscal Aeent. Bell Phone iast 751. AUTHOR 'AND WRITER. C. A. Starks, 1125 Vine street. Bell phone, East 112S-W. AUTOMOBILES. B6b Robinson, 7 Passenger Car to Hire, 1219 Baltimore Ave. Day Phone, Grand 3125; Night: Bell, East 1759; Home, Main 8467. Chas. Monroe, 2102 Woodland Auto & Hack Service. Bell East 5194. Jas. Cowden, 1617 E. 12th St. Automobile to hire. Bell East 26; Homo Main 1532. Win. D. Foster Auto Co., 1423 Forest, hire and repair; office Bell Grand 1630W; res. phone Bell East 4417W. Thomas Black, 7-Passenger Packard, Safety and Service. Bell, East 2S33. Home, Main 6545. BAKERS. Bessie Evans' Cook Shop and Catering, 2428 V.lne St. 'Bell phone. East 3637. '.'. Henry Compton, home bakery, 1512 Bast ISth. iv Y Susie Owens, 2329 Vine. ' ..' Georgo Purnell, 1312 Vine; East 4U15...

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. — 1 August 1914

How Tunes Are Built 1 Tho mystoty of music novcr Just "catne naturally" to any human being. Tho world haB neVor known a more industrious tvorkor than tho llluntrl ous Franz Schubert. Tot, If to any one In tho world music "camo natu rally" It seemed to como bo to him. When the school principal .nslced his tharmony teacher how young Franz Schubert was progressing, tho teach ,er said J "He Is a wonder. Whenever I explain anything to him, ho always seems already to know It. Ho must havo received his knowlcdgo straight from heaven. Yet Ih spite of such superb gifts, there was never a hard er -worker than he. And don't you think that wo, with our lesser gifts, should follow his examplo? If he, with all his heaven-sent genius, could not succeed without strenuous dally labor, how can we hope to accomplish anything' worth while, without cease less, patient and conscientious toll 7 Tho Study of Music, In Woman's World. Back to the Land. In Now York certain persons whe havo purchased' 1,000 ac...

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 August 1914

THE KANSAS CITY SUN Where Kansas City's Elite Eats the Tango on a Blazer. Price 15c. SMITH'S DRUG STORE, 18th AND TRACY. SAVE MONEY ON PRINTING Ilavo it dono by THE SQUARE DEAl PRINTING CO. Efficient, Practical Printers Can. do it Cheaper, Quicker and Botter. 1731 LYDIA AVENUE Homo Phono, 2783 Main. Bell, Grand 2486J J. Walter Buchanan, Manager J. L. Washington, Ass't J. R, Fairloy, Prop. All rntnmitntraMnnn nhntiM h addlli to The Kansas City Sun, 1803 Kast Hth Biret. Dell Phone Eait 893. Entered as eecond-claes matter, Aujfmt II, l&OS, at ttie postofflco at Kansas City, MO., unaer ind act juarcn 4, jotv. kelson C. Crews....... .Editor and Owner Wlllft is. Glenn., uenerai Manager nA. E. Thomncon Adv. Aaent J. G. Tyler........... Advertising Solicitor Eva I. Washington .. ...Traveling Representative Rosa Morton Collector J lima Crews collector BTinsnniPTtON rtATESi One Tear J1.60 Six Months Three Months 50 Keep Cool and Be Pleasant! It occasionally happens that papers sent Ia mih...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 1 August 1914

GO Y NEWS. 220ient Street Oar Tickets Nicely finished- furnished modern, 1712 Troost avenue. rooms. Misses Beulah Douglas's nnd Stella Roberts are visiting In Minneapolis, Minn. FOR RENT Two furnished rooms, modern except hath. Mrs. II. Bean, 10O9 Euclid avfinufi. Mrs. Mary Hardy, 1211 East 21st, re turned home after a two wedfc's stay with relatives In Lincoln, Neb. Poro hair dressing, hair weav ing and facial massaging. Scalp treatment a specialty. "Mrs. E. Norles, 1737 Paseo, upstairs. (For Hent Five rooms, modern (ex cept furnace), wlll rent partly fur nished If Je-Ired. 2413 Flora. Mrs. H. U Kinsler, 91S E. 21st, left Wednesday for Excelsior Springs to Epcnd several weeks to recuperate her health. Miss Cora Ramey and Mrs. Dallas Foster left Tuesday evening for it visit with Mrs. Birdie Foster Harri son of St. Louis, Mo. . V WANTED COLORED AGENTS at once. Ladles or gentlemen. Ready money. Call at 1312 Vine street Sat- t-.. I .. ... i T nH T day at any hour. (Miss Mabel B. Vangha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 1 August 1914

? Human Documents of Married Life By Virginia T. Van dm Watmr Intimate and Human, Intensely Alive, Each Story Presenting a Problem. Which Might Occur to Any One of Us at Any Time WHY I LEFT MY WIFE hrnn nnv tnithfnHv thnf Tlnrta I and I loved each other when wo uuirriuu. ueaven Knows thoro waa no need for either ot us to marry It wo did not want to. Doris could have had any one- ot several ellglbles whom she kopt dangling utter her never qulto refusing a man until ho Insisted upon tier taking him or leaving him; while I was very well satisfied with my llfo as a bacholor physician with enough monoy to koop mo comfortable until I made a success of my practice. And, as to htm that hath Is usually given, bo, as I was not dependent tor bread and butter upon the practise of medi cine, I was soon earning enough from my profession to put Jam on my bread nnd to buy tho "gilt-edged" quality bt butter. To drop tho metaphor, I had a handsomely furnished office, and lived with my mother. I spent...

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

Ukcon EII ffljJB ftiainr miwii i infill inn Ti iHmiii mwmiinniiim iiiiimw iiiSjssi n iimiiiiiiiiiHiHIii imtiuJB TPPF 9 MPEROR WILLIAM highly pleased tho democratic element which la anxious ho should make It possi- , olo for them to remain loyal to him, by his gracious consent to tho morganatic marriage of Prince Oscai, Ills fifth son, and the Bprlghtly Countess lna von Basse-witz-LevItz.ow, the empress' maid' of honor. Indeed the recent history of Eu ropean royalty would lead to tho belief that the mysterious theory of "equal birth" Is rapidly breaking down. Since beautiful Princess Sophia of Soxe-Welmar killed herself because shewas restrained from wedding a simple nobleman the disintegrating tendency has been still stronger. Probably the greatest single factor in breaking down the walls of Hohenzollern tradition of ex cluslveness is the curious position of Queen Mary of England. She Is the granddaughter of a Gorman mor ganatic marriage. Her grandfather, son of Duke Alexander of Wu...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 1 August 1914

WHOM SHALL This question comes at a time of Great Bereavement. Many are Least Prepared for It Unhesitatingly the answer. Is, the Firm that does not take Ad vantage of Its patrons becauso of peculiar bereavement, but Pro tects and Advises them Sympa thetically. The firm whose goods are of the best quality, prices the Most Reasonable services the Prompt est, Most Efficient and Most Courteous. IF YOU DESIRE MODERATE PRICES, THE BEST QUALITY, COURTESY AND PROMPTNESS, CALL C. H. COUNTEE, UNDERTAKER 2220 VINE ST. Lady Attendant i,fK",J,KK,"",',,!,",J, NELSON'S HAIR DRESSING r? will make ott proud of your hair It is unsurpassed for making harsh, kinky and stubborn hair oft, glosay and luxurious. It not only beautifies the hair but also keeps it in good condition. Price, 25 and 50 Cents Everywhere p k Successor to G. A. Roy Carry a Full Line of DRUGS, Patent Medicines Cigars, Sundries and Paints PHONES: Home Main 7344; Bell East 43 18th and Paseo Summer Tourist tTares VIA Missouri Pacific O...

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