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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 10 April 1915

fit in Sun FEARLESS DEFENDER OF THE RACE ALL THE NEWS ALL THE TIME VOLUME VII. NUMBER 32. KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI,' SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1915. PRICE, 5c. Take a Look at Beautiful Lincoln Park, 20th and Woodland. It Will Do You Good Great Recital at Allen Chapel Seven Last Words of Christ Beautifully Rendered. PROF. JACKSON SCORES IN CLASSIC ROLE. REYNOLDS, ARMSTRONG, GRANT AND DOUG LASS SHOW SUPERIOR TRAINING. The joyous strain of the "Holy City" rang out through the big audi torium of old iistoric Allen last Fri day evening stirred by the golden notes of the cornet, the deep toned sound o ftrombone and the wonderful vibrations of the violin. It was the opening number of a classic program being played by N. Clark Smith's or chestra of W. U. students. The build ing was filled to Its utmost capacity. The new addition ibeing used . The crowd was there because the affair was well advertised and the board of ushers who were in charge had done their work well in every department. The people ...

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. — 10 April 1915

w-iaci mis Wmm aaami wwrimrwrrrKml jm, m.w ...nn in nui ii . -fl,Tllir I"" lfllllJ Improved housing conditions and In crease in Individually owned homes have decreased the death rate among Negroes In the United States 3.9 for each one thousand population, In the last census decade, according to a bulletin on Negro mortality soon to be Issued from tho bureau of the census at Washington. In an nrea representing 19.7 per cent of the total Negro population of the United States, from which com parative figures were available, the department found that In 1910 the death rate among Negroes was 25.5 to each one, thousand population, while in 1900 the rate was 29.4. The decrease in death rate among the Negroes of tho prescribed area was greater than the decrease In white deaths, although the death rate among whites is much lower than that of tho Negroes, from 1900 to 1910. The mortality rate for all races Is greater in southern cities than In northern, the report shows, but every city in tho...

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. — 10 April 1915

SIGNS OF SPRING. Go way, NIggah, spring's done come, Wlntah sho Is on de bum; You Should Use Madam P. M. Dabney's XXTH CENTURY HAIR PREPARATIONS And Have Good Hair Robin tell mo? Nary whit, Red birds wahble, not a bit; got signs what fills de bill, Officers 1914-M5. Crews, Kansas City, TESTIMONIAL N. C. Master. Grand Annyul auhmons on do "Hill." Deputy Grand Master, Richard Young, Lincoln, Neb. F. J. Brown, St. Louts, Grand Sen'-, lor Warden. Wm. Green, Plattsburg, Grand Jun ior Warden. H. H. Walker, St Joseph, Grand Treasurer. Geo. W. K. Lovo, Grand Secretary, ICansas City,, Mo. W. W. Fields, Secretary of Masonic Rellof, Cameron, Mo. P. L. Pratt, Kansas City, Mo., Granu Lecturer, Go on coon, I guess I know; Spring's drlv' wihtah out de do "With the uso of Madam P. M. Dabney's XXth Century Hair Prep arations my hair has grown four Inches In six months. I -would not be without them." Mrs. Henderson, 1721 Forest Ave.. Kansas City, Mo. Sprouting Grass? You lose agin, Busting buds? You'...

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. — 10 April 1915

THE KANSAS CITY SUN PUBLISHED WEEiKLY. All communications should be ndirsl to The Kansas City Sun, 1803 East 18th mre( Bell Phone East 999. EASTER SERM01M!raembrance of hlm wh sw. "i wa8 Entered as second-clnss matter, August iz, ius, at tne posiomce at Kansas uiiy. uo., unaer me act oi Aiarcn i, iai. Nelson C Crews Editor and Owner WUla B. Qlenn General Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Tear Jl- Hlx Months ' Taree Months CP ADVERTISING- RATE. SO CENTS PER INCH. CHURCH DIRECTORY. Bethel A. M. E. Church, 24th and Flora. St. Stephen's uaptut cnurcn, u wnar lilt In SL Centennial M. E. Church, 19th and Woodland. Second Baptist Church, 10th and Charlotte. Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church, 10th and. LWariotte. Kansas Ave. Baptist Church, 46th and Kansas. Etxnezer A. M. E. Church, 17th and Tracy. St. Augustine's P. E. Church, 11th and xroost. Vine St. Bactlst Church. 1825 Vine St Ward Chapel A. M. E. Church, 11th and inrooauuij. lue Valley Baptist church, 1120 Crys tal avenue. St J6n' A. M. E. C...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 10 April 1915

j CITY NEWS, s, j Women's M Notes DEXMONICO'S FAMOUS EASTER DINNER WELL COOKED-WELL SERVED A Social Triumph to Dine Here. Mr. George Bennett Is quite ill. Itev. Charles Crews of Chllllcothe shows no Improvement. Miss Margaret Hueston was a pleas ant visitor at the Sun oflice. Mrs. Anna Jllckle of this city left for Milwaukee, Wis., to join her hus band, Mr. Emmett Mlokle. Mrs. Jackson, 824 E. 24th street, is able' to go for short walks but remains under the care of Dr. T. C. Unthank. Mme. A. Moore, teacher of piano and voice formerly Mmme. C. Mc Glnnls would like to meet all of her old customers as well as new. 1705 Forest Avenue. Mr. Wffl. Smith, who is walking to Galveston, Tex., writes that he has reached Olathe March 29, Ossawato mte April 1 and Ottawa tho 2d and left there for Emporia. The Negro Business League offers to its members a prize of $2.50 for the best practical plan to raise money io increase its funds. The plan is to bo submitted in writing at the next meet ing of t...

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. — 10 April 1915

J Indiscreet I Miss Mary I I 1 -1 By H. M. EGBERT (Copjrlght, 1915, bf W. 0. Chapman) The Misses Penfleld were quite well to- do, and qutto alone In the world. Miss Lizzie was forty. If she was a day. Miss Mary confessed to thirty two, hut even the sweetest of women may bo pardoned for deducting a year or so after passing the thirtieth mile stone. They were the only daughters, tho only children of "Square" Penfleld of Bodmlnton, New England. Once tho family had played a prominent part in New England's public life; but with the growth of the industrial sys tem and the fading out of the old ways of life they had become more and more Isolated. After their father's death they wero more or less "hermits," as Miss Mary ruefully declared. All the vlllago respected tho two maiden ladies, but somehow they seemed an anachronism, a survival of other times In the hustling commercial times of the twentieth century. Two months before Miss Mary, who subscribed to an English newspaper containing a ...

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. — 10 April 1915

CONNECTING THE JOBLE55 MAN WITH THE MANLE55 JOB 6y EDWARD B'CIARK- t NCLB SAM today la engaged In the beneficent work of securing em ployment for his unemployed nieces and nephews, whether native or foreign born. Undo Sam's workers In chief at the problem of connect ing the Jobless man with tho man less Job are William B. Wilson, secretary of tho department of la bor; Anthony Camlnettl, tho commissioner gen eral of Immigration, and T. V. Powderly, chief of tho division of Information of tho Immigration bureau. Nobody knows definitely how many unemployed men and women there are In tho United States today. One thing, however, Is known definitely, that the number probably is not as great nor any thing like as great in proportion to the popula tion as it has been at times In the past. There are enough of tho unemployed, however, to mako the problem a serious one, but there seems to be a belief on the part of government officials that the broadening of tho field of federal effort to help...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 10 April 1915

Our Mottoi "Nothing but The Best" The Crosthwaif Floral Company Everything in Flowers and Flower Designs "WE DELIVER THE GOODS" - The People y we have nude lome or tbo moat beautiful and original de signs In flowers ever seen In Kansas City. Our Specialty "Quid Delivery-Satisfactory Service" Bell Phone East 273 Home Phono Main 0070 1801 E. 18th St., Kansas City, Mo BLIND BOONE GIVES EXCELLENT CONCERT. Nearly 7CO People Hear Famous Pianist at First Methodist Church Will Return to City April 26. The Handy Colored Store 2409 Vine St. Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods and Notions SPECIAL VALUE In Gray Enamel Ware and Hardware BARGAINS Special Bargains in our No tion Department and Hair Goods Help Make Our Store Your Store, Our Customers Your Friends Special Values in Furnishings for Men Women and Children GIVE US A CALL Taylor Holmes & Co. Mrs. Annlt Holmsi, Mansgtr 2409 Vine St. K. C. Mo. About 700 persons gathered at the First II. E. church last evening to hear Blind Boone, famo...

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. — 17 April 1915

ALL THE NEWS ALL THE TIME FEARLESS DEFENDER OF THE RACE VOLUME VII. NUMBER 33. KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1915. PRICE, 5c. Buckner's Jubilee Singers, 2d Baptist Church, Friday, Apr. 30. Admission 25cts, DR. J. EDWARD PERRY BANQUET Foremost Surgeon and President of Pan-Mlssourl Medical Association Royally Entertained by St Louis Physicians. (By Dr. O. Henry Harklns.) St.' Louis, Mo., (Special.) The Mound City Medical Society with Its total ot twenty-seven mem bers banquetted Dr. J. Edward Perry Tuesday night at the Silver drill, the fashionable pleasttro Mecca of H. S. Ferguson. The eminent Kansas City surgeon was here at the Invitation of the local medical society and his so-, journ was one of pleasure and profit to all concerned. Dr. W. P. Curtis, president presided and toasts were re sponded to by Dr. Chas. Henry Phil lips, Jr., J. T. Caston, T. A. Curtis, Gordon, Stafford, Manslfee, Benson and McElroy of Kansas City. After these gentlemen the brilliant Kansas Cltl...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 17 April 1915

RENEGADE PIUTES CAPTURED ELDERLY MAN "OFFICE BOY" A MOMTIONAL New Yorker Who Has Tried Scheme I mwm emus More Than Satisfied With Results Achieved. A Broadway business man was talk SINMTSO100L There died In Montgomery a short tlmo ago a Scotchman who did a noble work In the education of the Negro race In Alabama, and his pass ing has made a vacancy that will not be easy to All. His name was W. B. Paterson; his fame was purely local, for bcId not make the big noise, and because ho was a white man conduct ing a Negro school he did not get the notoriety that has been such a factor In the upbuilding of the noted Negro educators of the South. Professor Paterson drifted In Ala bama about 1S70, looking for work. He was homeless and friendless, afflicted with an Incurable deafness that made social Intercourse an Impossibility with him. He had tramped from New York to Omaha and then back East looking for work, but could find none. By trade he was a gardener. His forebears before him had been...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 17 April 1915

A. F. and A. M. Mist ouri Jurisdiction Officers 1914-'1B. N. C. Crows, Kansas City, Grand Master. Deputy Grand Master, Itlchard Young, Lincoln, Neb. F. J. Brown, St. Louis, Grand Sen ior Warden. Wm. Green, Plattsbursr, Grand Jun ior Warden. II. H. Walker, St. Joseph, Grand Treasurer. Geo. W. K. Love, Grand Secretary, Kansas City, Mo. W. W. Fields, Secretary ot Masonic Relief, Cameron, Mo. P. L. Pratt, Kansas City, Mo., Granu Lecturer. Grand Commandery Officers. W. G. Mosely, Kansas City, Mo., It. B. G. C. J. H. Sherwood, St. Paul, Minn., O. E. G. P. C. Klncald, Kansas City, Mo V. B. O. C. J. W. Beard, St. Louis, Mo., E. O. C. G. Wm. Roberts, Hannibal, Mo., Grand Secretary. ' - T. P. Mahammltt, Grand Treasurer, Omaha, Neb. . Grand Chapter Officers. Geo. Broomfleld, G. II. P., Bt. Louis, Mo. T. G. McCampbell, D. G. H. P., Kan sas City. A. L. Thomas, G. K., Jefferson City, Mo. J. P. Mofitte, G. S., Sedalla, Mo. Chas. Grlggsby, G. Treas., Liberty, Mo. E. S. Baker, G. See'y, Kansas City,...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 17 April 1915

THE KANSAS CITY SUN PUBLISHED WEEKLY. All communications should be add! mil to The Kansas City Sun, 1803 East 18th Utret. Bell Phone East M9. Entered as second-class matter, August It, 1908, at the postofflce at Kansas City, Mo., under the act of March 3, 1879. Nelson C. Crews Editor and Owner WUla B. Qlenn General Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Tear 11.50 Blx Months 75 Three Months to ADVERTISING KATE, 60 CENTS PER INCH. CHURCH DIRECTORY. Bethel A. M. E. Church. 24th and Flora. St. Stephen's Baptist Church, 604 Char lotte St. Centennial M. E. Church, 19th and Woodland. , Second Baptist Church, 10th and Cnar- UAllen Chapel A. M. E. Church, 10th and Charlotte. Kansas Ave. Baptist Church, 46th and Kansas. Ebenezer A. M. E. Church, 17th and Tracy. St. Ausustine'1 P. E. Church, 11th and tTroost. Vine St. Baptist Church, 1S25 Vine St Ward Chapel A. M. E. Church, 11th and WoodlaaA . Ulue Valley Baptist church, 1120 Crys tal avenue. 1 St. Jltin's A. M. E. Church, 1743 Belle tlew. . Ssvent...

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. — 17 April 1915

a. i. " :g - r j CITY NEWS. j LOCALS. Mrs. Thos. J. Saunders, 272C High land avenuo Is 111 with pneumonia. Money to loan on approved security. We sell homes on easy terms. See' me or my clerk at my 'office, 521Vi Vir ginia. Phone 1259. J. N. Brownlee, Joplln, Mo. Mrs. P. C. Kincald, 1605 Va., who has been 111 for several weeks shows no Improvement. There will be a cantata given at the C. M. E. church April 22d, conducted by Mrs. A. Mooro. H. A. Page, Shoes, SHOES, spring slippers, misses' patent white tops, boys' tans, children's baby dolls In swell grays and white. 1507 East 18th street. O. A. Page. Hon. Herbert A. Fields of St. Louis, Mo., Grand Master A. U. K. D. of A., Is transacting business In the city- this week. Miss Cora Potts who made a short visit with her sister, Mrs. W. E. Max well, left last night for her home In Columbia, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Win. H. Ferguson of Lexington, Mo., will reside here per manently at 910 Garfield avenue. Bell phono East 4721W. A very pleasant pa...

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. — 17 April 1915

giwiMjii)iiuMiitjiui.ttjWu,,wati5a I "What!" jelled the young man, leap-1 . " "' HIS SPOILED STORY By H. L. 8TURTEVANT. When Walter Tolland was promoted from an ordinary cub reporter to bo uramatlo critic for the Areus. he naturally felt that his future was as sured. To be appointed dramatic crit ic of a first-class metropolitan news paper implied a remarkable discern ment of his abilities on the part of the managing editor. So he promptly bought Bray's "How to Bo a Dramatic Critic," and Dugmore's "The Stage ana me lieporter," pored over them for a few days, and started out to make a reputation. What the managing editor had nctu- any Bam to the citv editor wq; "I'm tired of these quarrels with the thea ter people. Put some young cub on the iob and tell him to give everyone ' a show in turn." . Tolland went to "The Girl From a Mltle Town," and saw at once that, according to tho books, Miss Edith Lawrence didn't know the first princi ples of acting. The show was not much good, anyhow,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 17 April 1915

TO PREPARE AND VEGETABLES AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT EXPERTS GIVE RESULTS OF STUDY AND EXPERIMENT. ON CHOOSING AND CLEANING Care Must Precede the Process of Cooking Try Combinations Some Suggestions on the Proper Way of Serving. (Prepared by the United States Deoart ( ment of Agriculture.) Careful choosing, sorting and clean ing of vegetables must precede any process of cookery. Medium-sized vege tables aro always to be preferred to the overlarge. Food plants retarded In normal growth aro liable to bo tough and corky, while those having abundant moisture and sunlight and making normal growth are crisp, ten der and well flavored. The shorter the time and Journey between garden and table the better for green plants. It Is wUer not to gather vegetables whllo wilted or otherwise Bhowlng the effects of the midday sun, but rather to pick them . after the dew has evaporated in the ' morning, or in the cool of the lata afternoon, wilted vegetables can never be wholly satisfactory, but may bo i...

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. — 17 April 1915

Our Mottoi "Nolhlng but The Best" The Crosfhwaif Floral Company Everything in Flowers and Flower Designs "WE DELIVKR THE GOODS' Tho People say we have mnde iome of the moit beautiful and original do signs In flowers ever aeon in Kansas City. Our Specialty 'Quick Delivery-Satisfactory Service" Boll Phone East 272 Home Phone Main 9070 1801 E. 18th St., Kansas City, Mo The Handy Colored Store 2409 Vine St. Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods and Notions SPECIAL VALUE In Gray Enamel Ware and Hardware BARGAINS -Special Bargains in our No tion Department and Hair Goods Help Make Our Store Your Store, Our Customers Your Friends Special Values in Furnishings for Men Women and Children GIVE US A CALL Taylor Holmes Co. . Mr. Anal Holms, Manegar 2409 Vina St. K. C. Mo. BEDFORD'S HAIR GROWER. Mrs. C. A. Smith has opened a branch office of MRS. 8. BEDFORD'S Wonderful Hair Grower & Scalp Treatment This treatment has proved to be a wonderful success. Mrs. Smith will receive patients for treatm...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 24 April 1915

y,P iPW4 'WJ Sun ALL THE NEWS FEARLESS DEFENDER Or THE RACE ALL THE TLtfE VOLUME VII. NUMBER U. KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, APRIL 24, lvL PRICE, 5c. Buckner's Jubilee Singers, 2d Baptist Chtirch, Friday, Apr. 30. Admission 25cts. NEGROES IN THE UNITED STATES A Bulletin Containing the Most Re cent Statistics Relative to the Race. Bulletin 129, entitled "Negroes in the United States," presenting sta tlstlcs derived from the thirteenth cenus and from other statistical In qulrles conducted by the bureau of the census, department of commerce, has been Issued and is now being dis tributed. The bulletin, which consists of 207 pages of text and tables, will bo fol lowed by a more complete and com prehensive report on the same sub ject. The director of the census in, transmitting the report to the secre tary of commerce, states: "The object In view is to embody In a single publication the principal and most recent census statlsctis rela tive to the Negro, arraanged and pre sented in suc...

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. — 24 April 1915

Dealing with Elementais By G. W MASTERS (CopyriBht. 1915, by W. O. Chapman.) "Business Is mighty slow, Profes sor Nahum," said Madame Ida, the medium, to the latest satellite whom she had picked up In the courss of her Journeys up and down the length and breadth of the land. "It might be better," admitted the professor, gloomily. Madame Ida, driven out of Iowa, and at her wits' end, had considered herself fortunate In securing the serv ices of the starving young man who had agreed to work for her on the basis of a division of the receipts In stead of on salary. They had had quite a successful tour in Ohio, stop ping for a day and a night at the little country villages, where the gul lible are Just as numerous as they ever were In spite of education. "Queer business, ain't it. profes- sor?" soliloquized Madame Ida. "But Lord, all business is a graft. It's re- spectable, and it don't do no harm and does do a lot of good, that's what I say. At least. It makes some folks think they're s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 24 April 1915

COTTAGE HOUSE ' OF EIGHT ROOMS Architectural Skill Employed to Give Structure More Solid Appearance. WARM-AIR FURNACE BEST Always the Most Economical and Sat isfactory Way of Heating Such a Structure as This Kitchen Designed to Save All Unnecessary Steps. By WILLIAM A. RADFORD. Mr. William A. Radford will answei questions and slve advice FREE OF COST on all subjects pertaining to the subject of building, for the readers of this paper. On account of his wide experience as Editor, Author and Manufacturer, he is, without doubt, the highest authority on all these subjects. Address all Inquiries to William A. Radford, No. 1827 Prairie avenue, Chicago, 111., and only enclose two-cent stamp for reply. An eight-room cottage house 27 feet 6 Inches by 40 feet la size, exclusive of the front porch, Is shown In this perspective and floor plan. The heavy front porch gives this cottage house a rather massive ap pearance as you see It from the street. The porch is 7 by 24 feet and Is cov ered by a...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 24 April 1915

THE KANSAS CITY SUN PUBLISHED WEEKLY. All communications should be axlilrl to The Kansas City Sun, 1803 East 18th tret. Bell Phone Eatt W9. Entered as second-class matter, August It. 1908, at the postoftlco at Kansas City, Mo., under the act ot March 3, 1879. Nelson C. Crews Editor and Owner Wllla B. Glenn General Manager SUBSCRIPTION IIATES: One Tear 1.50 Blx Months (Three Months 60 ADVERTISING RATE, E0 CENTS PER INCH. KANSAS JCITY, KAS. Mrs. Allen Cornell, 047 Freeman, Is Improving. Miss Ruble Hill, 1B07 Freeman, Is up again after a week's Illness. Mrs. Phillip Taylor member of the Odd Follows' choir, Is much improved. Mr. J. H. Claybourne is erecting a beautiful eight-room Queen Ann bungalow. The Jolly Matrons' club met with Mrs. I). F. Robinson, 2201 North Third street. CHURCH DIRECTORY. Bethel A. M. E. Church, 24th and Flora. BL Stephen's Baptist Church, 604 Char- ""centennial M. E. Church, 19th and Woodland. t .... , Second uapusi wnurcn, auiu iuu toAnen Chapel A. M. B. Church...

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