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

. CH'Y NEWS. J Visit Smith's drug store. If you want to buy a homo see Ste. wart & Smith. Visit the new, up-to-date real estate offices of Stewart & Smith. If you want advice concerning real estate, see Stewart & Smith. Ifave you ever been to Dr. Theo. Smith's drug storo at Eighteenth and Tracy. Attorney C. H. Calloway spent Friday and Saturday In Hannibal on legal business. Mrs. Roy Davis of St, Paul, Minn., Ja the guest of her sister, Mrs. Simons tuid Mrs. T. ,E. Grear, 2126 Woodland Ave. Mrs. Joseph Henderson of Atchison, Kas., Is In the city the guest of her daughters, Mesdames B. W. Fields,' B. Roberts and F. J. Weaver. Mr. J. T. Watklns the well known undertaker who has been seriously 111 Is Improving nicely, to the pleasure of his many friends. poro hair dressing, hair weav ing and facial massaging. Scalp treatment a specialty. Mrs. E. Norles, 1737 Paseo, upstairs. Mrs. C. h. Davis, 1320 Kensington avenue, left the city Thursday morn ing for Lexington, Mo., to vis...

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. — 31 October 1914

Dr. Marden's Uplift Talls Dy ORISON SWETT MARDEN Coprrlabt bj McCtnrs Nenipaper BjndlcaU (N a recent dlvorco caso tho judge, la questioning tho husband about his treatment of his wife, asked whether ho was In the habit ot making her Christmas or birthday presents, of bringing her flowerB, confectionery or other gifts occasionally. "No," the husband replied, "I nm sorry to say I never did. I always paid her bills without question, and thought that was all I should do, but I seo now I waB mistaken, that it did not take tho 3lace of my buying things and taking them homo to her myself. It was a mistake." Many practical peoplo think that sentiment Is a sign of weakness; that such things belong only to silly peo ple. It Is a sad day In any married woman's life when sho can say: "Dear me, It Is not half so much fun to be a wife as It was to bo a sweetheart. I do not begin to get tho presents, treats and little attentions I used to." It Is a great pity when a husband gradually ceases to bo ...

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. — 31 October 1914

J FOUND By VICTOR REDCLIFFE. (Copyright, '9H. by V. a. Chapman.) "Stop that manl" Tho no'cr-do-wcll of tho town, Jack Hazeldoan, put down a sldo alloy with halt a ddzen men, women and children In hot pursuit, tho watchman's rattle crackling out Its hideous notes ot alarm. It was no unusual thing for Jack to create a commotion. Tho storekeepers did not movo from their doorways, but looked upon tho stir ring spectacle as a hit of fun and frolic, all except ono. This was a greengrocer Into whose tub ot eggs Jack had mischievously tipped a lurch ing Inebriate. ; "Hold on!" ordered a stern voice as Jack, his pursuers eluded, darted across a garden spaco making for the open country and security, i Jack recognized the minister of tho church his undo regularly, and he oc casionally attended. He looked abashed but made a detour ot the mus- cular outstretched hand. "You'll end at tho gallows!" the dis comfited dlvlno roared after the re calcitrant "I'm sorry now," confessed Jack, plunging Int...

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. — 31 October 1914

HIGHLAND CEMETERY COMPANY" STOCK FOR SALE CHEAP We kav for nnd recommei? 1 SPKCIAL WAR-TIME BARGAINS. 2412 Mersington Pour-room cottage; water mid gns in house; lot 40x130. Price, $1,200; $100 down, $12 per month. Corner 28th and Highland Five-room modern stucco bungalow, Bouth front; hardwood floors, very cozy. Price, $2,500; $200 down, $19.50 per month including interest. 403 Steptoe Five-room cottage; water and gas in houso; lot 45x130. Price, $1,500; $100 down, $10 per month. Eleventh and Euclid Eight-room, strictly modern, pressed hrick, slate roof, south exposure. Price, $4,230; $500 down, halanee to suit. We have "00 houses for you to select from. See us before buying. AFRO-AMERICAN INVESTMENT COMPANY. (Incorporated.) Phones Bell, Main 751; Home, Main 7555. 911 McGee Street. Having Enlarged Our Quarters. Quicker and Better Service. As a result of cnanging phones, Our Bell No. is East 2782 ARTHUR W. HARRIS COMMERCIAL PRINTER 1515 East lfitn Street, Kansas City, Mo, Same place,...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 7 November 1914

Sun A FEARLESS DEFENDER OF THE RACE ALL THE NEWS ALL THE TIME VOIiUME Vll. NUMBER 11. KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1914. PRICE, 5c. ay, Mr. Colored Man, Do You Persistently Advertise Your Business ? mm THE NEGRO AND THE WEST An Entertaining Account of the Recent Trip of the Grand Master and Other Masonic Dignitaries to the Far West. NOTABLE PERSONS AND CITIES VISITED ON THE TOUR By DR. M. O. RICKETTS, ST. JOSEPH, MO. Past Grand Master of Masons. CHAPTER II. The band gave concerts during the N season at the public park, and on the night of t"he closing concert the citi zens of Douglas presented Mr. Ham mond a beautiful-' diamond studded medal as a token of their appreciation of the pleasure the concerts had given them. We found iMr. Hammond a man with advanced Ideas an da work er as well as a student.. He Is a de lightful conversationalist and is do ing his share toward the solution of a vexatious problem. He has certain ly raised the tone of army bands and has won th...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 7 November 1914

I I t Are you satisfied with your hair? q Is it as long as it should be? qis it soft mid glossy and lull of life? CJ Can you comb it out easily or is it full of tangles? fAre you proud of your hair t Tho Answer Is: NELSONS giAlR DRESSING 25 fc SO IE you knew Nelson's Hair Dressing as we do you would never use anything else on your hair. We want you to know it know it1 personally by actual use, don't take our word for it, or any one elses, test it yourself. You can do this, send us your name and address and we will send you, Free oE cost, a sample box of Nelson's Hair Dressing, also a sample of Nel son's Scalp and Hair Cleaner and a sample cake of Nelson's Skin and Complexion Soap. Test them in your own home, if they arc not what we claim, you are not out anything. We have confidence in them and are ready and anx ious to prove every claim we make. Write to day, enclosing two cent stamp to pay postage on samples. NELSON MANUFACTURING CO., Richmond, Virginia sot NELSONS HAIR. DRESSING ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 7 November 1914

Ladies' Tailoring Dressmaking AND Drafting.,. Fancy Gowns a Specialty ' I am prepared to of fer the public the best dressmaking, tailoring, drafting and fitting. Graduate of one of the host white downtown college., Will also teach Drafting. Boll I'hono East 3113 M Mrs. Lillie Williams 39,14 Woodland Avenue KANSAS CITY, MISOURI A League Enterprise ! On Eighteenth In the Fifteen' Hundred Block Every Negro Periodical, Negro Pictures, Negro Books, Novelties Stationery A FIRST-CLASS Shoe Shining Par.or 5c. Every Day in the Year 1521 Bast 18th Street. CHAS. A. STARKS, Prop, PROG. GEO. W. 8TEVENS. Dr. O. W. Stevens, the well known and famous spiritualist, can be con sulted at his residence, C18 Stato'St., Kansas City, Kan., any day from 8 a. m. to 9 p. m. WILLA M. GLENN Notary Public and Expert Typist. Kansas City Sun Office 1803 Hast 18th Street Kansas City, Mo. Bell Phone East 999 EUGENE VAUGHAN. MEMBER K. C. BUSINESS LEAGUE, , Save In Youth to Spendjn Age. Save now, for tho 'day may com...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 7 November 1914

THE KANSAS CITY SUN PUBLISHED WEEKLY. All communications should be addrvwfd to The Kansas City Sun, 1803 East 18th ne i. Pell Phone East M9. Entered as second-class matter August U, 1S08, at the postomce at Kansas city, Mo., under the act of March 3, 1879. Nelson C. Crews Editor and Owner .WUla B. Olenn aeneral Manager Ceo. E. Thompson, Adv. Agent J. a. Tyler Advertising Solicitor Bra P. Washington , ...Traveling Representative Rosa Morton Collector SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Dim Year 11.50 Biz Months 75 Three Months 50 It occasionally happens that papers sent to subscribers are lost or stolen. In case ?'ou do not receive any number when due, nform us bv toatal card and we will cheerfully forward a duplicate of the sousing numoer. m ADVERTISING RATE, 60 CENTS PER INCH. Betty (? S a. rat's "Little Cox&e3 CHURCH DIRECTORY. Bethel A, M. E. Church. 24th and Flora. St. Stephen's Baptist Church, 604 Char tone St. Christian Church, 19th and Tracy. Centennial M. E. Church, lata and Woodland. S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 7 November 1914

Visit Smith's drug store. Thelma, the Infant daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ben Martin, died October 25 and was burled October 27. Mrs. Gertrudo Tlbbs, who Is resid ing at 1714 Forest avenue, Is recuper ating after a very serious Illness. Mrs. Frances Harden left last week for Springfield, 'Mo. From there alio will go to Iberia 'where she will pos sibly spend a month with her Bister. Have yo utried It? What? The tea and coffees that Jones & Barker aro selling. No, but everybody who has say they are the .host In town. We are glad to state that Mrs. M. A. Kirkpatrlck ot 1212 Vine street, who has been Indisposed for two weeks, Is somewhat Improved nnd able to sit up. Mr. Stephen Holt, 3215 Main street, was seriously Injured Thursday, Octo ber 29, by1 having a double door fall upon him. Since which time he has been confined to his bed. If you want to buy a home see Ste wart & Smith. Misses Buelah Vernon and Calanthe Martin and Mrs. Lorrlno Page of Har rlsonvllle. Mo., were the houso g...

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

Dr. Marden's Uplift Talks By ORISON 8WETT MARDEN. J -- ' if. frfV'v Cfcpjrlght br McOlure Nipper Smulcata DO NOT DISCHARGE THE BOY. Edwin Booth onco scolded ono ot his supers for tho careless way In which he took his part. "Look at mo," said Mr. Booth, "why don't you do as I do?" "Ah, Mr. Booth," said tho man, "It I wero you I would not bo carrying a Bpear for ono dollar a night." Don't scold the emnlovpn whn doesn't always do things as you woum ao worn. Ilemombor, he has not your experience, judgment or pres ent ability. If ho had ho would not bo working for you. Don't" flro" tho boy who has disap pointed you. Think how you would like to havo somo one treat your boy who happened to make a mlstako or to do some foolish thing. Do not throw him out. Take all Interest In him. Try to arouso his ambition. Tell him of your struggles to get a start In tho world and how important it Is to do everything to a flnlsh. Show him that every letter he writes, that every woll dono thing is a step t...

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

A VILLAGE CUT-UP By JOHN CHEDLE. (CopyrUM. 1914. by W. O. Ctjapmnn. Miss Adllah Plumtree, the postmis tress of Four Falls, snt staring at a letter In her hand. ' The lotter was not addressed to her, but It had come unfastened In tho post, and so she hnd exercised tho prerogative which Is generally ascribed to postmistresses. It was addressed to Mr. Charlea Black, and was signed by Andrew- usher. Tho sentence which was turn ing Itself Into Miss Plnmtrce's brain was as follows: "I havo told my wlfo that I have been called away on business till Mon day, which Is true In a certain sense, I havo brought Lily down hero for a couple of days. Sho Is tho smartest llttlo thing you can Image, Charley, and as fast as they make them. IJor heaven's sake throw Rose oft the scent in caso sho suspects anything." Miss Adllah read and re-read this epistle, and then she folded her hands and uttered a calm, benignant, "I, told you so." Everybody In Four Falls had pro phesied what would happen when pret ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 7 November 1914

jiimniMin yiniwMi. ,nii.M ,111,1m ,1 , , 1 1 , ...u 1 SM """ iwim """ "' ' i You Should Use' TESTIMONIAL Madam P. M. Dabney's "With tho use of Madam P. M. Dabney's XXth Century Hair Prep arations my linlr hus grown four Inches in six months. I would not bo without them." Mrs. Henderson, 1721 Forest Ave., Kansas City, Mo. XXTH CENTURY HAIR PREPARATIONS And Have Good Hair Metropolitan Street Railway Company R9BIItr J. D'JSI 1AM AND MM T. HARViY, RCCIIVCRS TO THE PUBLIC! i CHANGES IN STREET RAILWAY ROUTINGS NOW IN EFFECT The opening of the new Union tSation necessitates a re-routing of several of the street rail way lines. The passengers' time and convenience were considered first in making these changes; next came the avoidance of congestion of street car and vehicle traffic. Under the new service ahout 56 cars will be operated past the new Union Station in either direction during the busiest evening hours. These are the new routes: 8 INDEPENDENOE-ROOKHILL : The former Independence Av...

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. — 14 November 1914

S3) Kansas tj -"Ml ALL THE NEWS ALL THE TIME FEARLESS DEFENDER OF THE RACE VOLUME VII. NUMBER 12. KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1914. PRICE, 5c. HAVE YOU A FOR RENT ? ADVERTISE IT IN THE SUN. ROOM THE NEGRO AND THE WEST An Entertaining Account of the Recent Trip of the Grand Master and Other Masonic Dignitaries to the Far West. NOTABLE PERSONS AND CITIES VISITED ON THE TOUR By DR. M. O. RICKBTTS, ST. JOSEPH, MO. Past Grand Master of Masons, CHAPTER HI. The pleasure resorts about Los An geles are too numerous to mention, but lest you should at some time go to Los Angeles we askyou not to fall to visit the Ostrich Farm, the Alligator Farm, Pasadena; the home of the rich, Busch's Sunken Garden and Venice, or some one of the ocean resorts. We were especially Inter ested In our own people and In what they were doing. We were domiciled in the Golden West hotel, where we found elegantly furnished and lighted rooms with good clean beds, hot and cold baths and every other thi...

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. — 14 November 1914

IS I Are you satisfied with your hair? J Is it as long as it should be? I Is it soft and glossy and lull of life? IJ Can you comb it out easily or is it full of tangles? tj.lre you proud of your hairt The Answer Is: NEL AIR DRESSING 25 SO Particular SONS Comb performs precisely as advertised. No better comb on the market for purposes as we have been advised that other combs are toys, when it comes to benefits and effectual influences when used as to directions, for which every comb placed goes with it instructions, how to use and for what purposes. Wherever introduced the Eureka preferable. Merchants and agents are successful when they are placed conveniently in quantities for the public. They are usually sold for $1.50 (one dollar and fifty cents) each complete. The only thing is to be careful in the purchase as there is no other comb that will answer the purposes so well as the Eureka. We wholesale the Eureka Comb, being the manufacturers and promoters, and are the only wholesaler...

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. — 14 November 1914

OffiVe Phono llono, Main 68 Residence Fbono Doll, Kst 21G C. H. CALLOWAY Attorney at Law Notary Public Admitted fc Practice In nil Stale and Federal Courts. 001 Delaware St., Kansas City, Mo Dr. Howard M. Smith wishes to announce tho removal ot his office to 2409 Vine street, where he will he pleased to soo Ms patrons and friends. Office V. hours until 10 a. m.; 2-4 and 7-8 p. m. Bell phone East 3424. Ladies' Tailoring Dressmaking AND Drafting, fancy Gowns a Specially I am prepared to of fer the public the best dressmaking, tailoring, drafting and fitting. Graduato of one of the best white djwntotvn college. Will also teach Drafting. Bell Phone Eait 3413 H Mrs. Liilie Williams 3914 Woodland Avenue KANSAS CITY, MISOURI A League Enterprise ! On Eighteenth in the Fifteen Hundred Block News Bureau Muehlebach's TILS'EJVE'R 'BBE'R ' . "A HOME PRODUCT" "A DELICIOUS DRINK" "A BEER OF PURITY" Surpassed by None in tho Market Geo. Muehlebach Brewing Co. Bell Phone 777 Grand Kan$a$ City, Mo. Ho...

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. — 14 November 1914

THEKANSAS CITY SDN PUBLISHED WEEKLY. All communications should be addrS to The. Kansas city Bun, 1803 East ism Bell Phone Eait 999. Entered aa second-class matter, August It, 1908, at the postofflce at Kansas City, uo., unaer me aci oi juarcn o, ioiv. Nelson C Crews Editor and Owner Wllla D. Glenn General Manager Gto. E. Thompson. Adv. Aoent J. Q. Tyler Advertising Solicitor Era P. Washington Traveling Representative Kosa Morton .uouecior HtmsnniPTlov nATES: One Tear J1.50 Blx Months 76 (Three Months 60 It occasionally hatrens that Daners sent to subscribers are lost or stolen. In case you do not receive any number when due. Inform un hv noatal card and wa will cheerfully forward a duplicate of the missing numDer. A ADVERTISING RATE. 60 CENTS PER INCH. CHURCH DIRECTORY. Bethel A. M. E. Church, 24th and Flora, St. Stephen's Baptist Church, 604 Char lotte St. Christian Church. 19th and Tracy. Centennial M. B. Church, lata and .Woodland. Second Baptist Church, 10th and Char lotte. Alle...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 14 November 1914

Visit Smith's drug store. Mrs. Sopha' Jackson, C17 E. lGth street, who has been ill for the past few weeks, Is able to bo out again. Mrs. B. P. Wilson and Mrs. O. L. Lynch constituted a visiting commit tee for all the new members of Al len chapel. Tho Ladles' Carnation Art Club met with Mrs. eBarman, 1329 Michigan avenue, last Friday and a delicious luncheon was served by the hostess. FOR SALE. Oddfellows and Knights Templar uniform. Inquire at tho Sun Office, 1803"e. 18th street. Bell phone East 999. Miss India H. -Gross of Charlottes ville, Va., Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Williams, 2721 East Fifty fourth. Miss Gross Is a sister of the latter. Mr. Oliver Woods, who has been confined nt the general hospital on account of a painful Injury, is con valescing to the delight of his many friends. Sir. and Mrs. no. Daugherty of Chi cago, 111., former Kansas Cltyans, were In -the ctly for several days last week the guests of Mr. ana flirs. u. a. wh- 11s, 2610 Highland. An elderly Ch...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 14 November 1914

EDINBUnoiI Is always haunted by ghosts, to those who have read a little history, the novels of Walter Scott and the mln strelsy of old poets, says Philip Glbbs In the London Graphic; but when tho king Is there and old cere monies nro revived In his honor, and tho spirit of the ancient chivalry of Scotland Is lighted up by this royal visit, the ghosts walk so that one can hardly fall to meet them down by Holy rood and round about the Grnssmar ket and the Canongate. Once again lights are flashing In tho windows of Holyrood Itself, and, wandering this way by night for a stroll under the stare, one's mind Gropes back to the romantic, tragic memories of this house of ghosts. One woman's face peers out upon one from the dark shadows. There behind the walls are those little dark-paneled rooms In which she sat smiling and hiding her heartache, where men paid homage to her and schemed her ruin, where poets made sonnets to her beauty and preachers scowled at her Jaughter. There, still, Is the...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 14 November 1914

SAVED Til JEWELS By MARY LYLE WARNER. In tbo moat critical situation of her young 'life, Alma Walte gazed longing ly at tho engagement ring upon her finger and wondered If she would even bco Its giver again. "Where Is he, and what la to become ot mo!" was the constant burden of her thoughts. A knight errant brave and true, Adrian Bond would havo been speedily coming to the rescue of his lady love In distress, but that grim vtsaged war had presented Its ugly menace and rude clamors shook the common wealth. Her father and mother were at Paris. There, too, were tho Bonds, making the European trip with their closest frlenda. It was a strange cir cumstance that had taken Alma away from them. It appeared that a halt brother df Mrs. Walte lived In a little town In Belgium, near tho German border. Ho had Invited the family to pay him a visit, but their plans would not admit of It. Then he expressed a wish to see Alma, who had been named after his dead wife. He was fervent in his appeal and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 14 November 1914

A Hint That Means Success IP you haven't been ns successful in the pnst as you hnil expected, it is probably because your clothes didn't hnvo The Hopkins Touch! MANY a successful man around town is wearing tniloretf clothes from my shop, and is glad of it. ASK him "what's the difference" and ho will tell you "It's be cause of the neatness, the distinctiveness, and the artistic cut" of my garments that win for him favors over the fellow who wears a suit that is bought elsewhere and that never "Gives the Prosperous Appearance." I measure every customer, thereby giving you my personal service, and the prices are equal to down-town prices. Suits and Overcoats, $15 to $40. My Cleaning, Pressing and Re pairing Department Is the most attractive thing on Vine street. The expert supervision that every garment gets makes my work absolutely satisfactory and is sure to please you. The prices are the same and the war will not increase them. Deliveries Made Promptly and Without Extra Charge. R. L...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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