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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 13 May 1916

vi Hoy. J. W. Hursc Is preparing to or ganize a now Masonic lodge which he says will consist of 100 members. The Sun wishes him success. Mrs, Mildred Mott writes the Suit that she Is having a delightful time visiting the general conference at Philadelphia. If' the lady who advertised for a husband will call at the office of the Kansas City Sun she will find somo correspondence for her. Colored contractor wants 100 houses to build, Repair and job work a spe cialty. Henderson, Bell phone East 2463. Residence 1419 East 22d St. Mrs. Amanda Anderson of Holdcn. Mo., who Is 113 years old, is visiting her grandson, Frank Duncan, 1827 the Paseo. She gets around well, altho her sight is Impaired. She will re main until Monday. Horace Bishop, who has been In Lawrence, Kas., for the past six months, visited here en route to Tren ton, Mo., where he is in the employ of the general superintendent of the Hock Island Hallway Company. The thirty-fifth annual session of the Grand Lodge of, Louisiana, ...

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. — 13 May 1916

if 4 AKING good American cit izens of the vast number of immigrants who've come to the United States, and. of their chil dren, is a big problem, especially in our cities. This article tells how Chicago where there is a foreign population of nearly a million -is using a great public school in solving the problem. m HAT is the United States going iu uo mm us great immigrant population? How nro we going to make loyal, useful American citi zens of the horde of foreigners that have come to us in tho last few years? Are we going to shut the gates against the entry of more of them un til wo can "digest" into our naUonal body those now here? These questions are very important They are making many intelligent Americans do some hard thinking these days. The problem didn't amount to much as long as the bulk of immigra tion came from western Europe from Germany, England, Ireland, France, Norway, Sweden, Den mark, In fact, America sorely needed these sturdy folk, who came here to be one with us ...

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. — 13 May 1916

AUTO DIRECTORY BLUNK'8 PLACE 1516 East Eighteenth St. Fills a long felt want among the Color, ed People of this city. Headquarters for Auto Service. Also a flno Una of Cigars, and an ele gant shoo shining parlor. For Auto or Taxi stop In or call ' Bell, East 782, or Home, East 802. UP TO THE MINUTE AUTO LIVERY Best Cars ' Best Service Best Chauffeurs Call Bell Phone, Main 3597 FRED MAHAN 578 Harrison St. TRY US I BROWN CLIPPER 40-Horse Power 7-Patienger Automobile. A a pleasure car The Clipper ha no equal. Driven by Owner. 24 hour. Stick this near your tele phone. . W. H. HUBBELL Bell Phone East 2013 Home Phone East 4159 Riou i Red Neatly furnished rootns; strictly modern. East 2530 Bell phone. FOR RENT Neatly furnished, rooms; strictly modern. 1002 E. 15th. Mrs. Katie Brookins. Nicely furnished rooms; men pre f erred; near car line. 1915 N. Third st. Mrs. L. B. Hadley. Bankrupt Sale OVIATT'S 15,000 PAIRS PATRICIAN, JOHN KELLY'S, H. H. GRAYS', DOROTHY DODD, STAOY-ADAMS, STRONG &...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 13 May 1916

LINCOLN PARK NOW OPEN! Season ISI6 New Attractions, TSfew Concessions, New Surprises New $2,000 Swimming Pool has been added. Madame "Billy" Kersands, the Phenomenal Soprano of Univer sal Fame; The Rising Popular Knights Templar Band, in Park and Splendid Street Parade. Madame Ker sands will be Supported by an Excellent Company of Singers, Dancers and Vaudevillians. Orchestra under Direction of Prof. Chas. T. Watts. Dancing Pavillion and Academy in Charge of Prof. W. C. Clark. $500 Bowling Alley erected for your supreme pleasure. Up-to-Date Merry Go Round. All Amusements. GOME AND SEE! Lincoln Electric Park, 20th and Woodland ILC.Mo O. H. McDANIE ivigr. MOBERLY, MO. Sunday services at Grand chapel were well attended and the collection was $22.00. Rev. T. T. Ward, pastor o the Morgan street Daptlst church ot Sedalla, Mo., passed thru the cits en route from Centervllle, la Miss Nannie Erlckson of the class o 191" entertained the seniors and principal of Lincoln High school at an elabo...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 20 May 1916

Say, hare you furnhhta1 or un furnished room for rent? Adver tuc it in The Sun and let it be briagiag yon in something. We want good reliable Agents in every city and town in the country. Write us for terms. VOLUME VIII. NUMBER 38. KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1910. PRICE, 5c. Nominate Theodore Roosevelt and Win-Somebody Else and-Wilson mm A. Ml e. general Celebrates Its 100th Anniversary in "Mother" Bethel, the First Church Established by Richard Allen in Philadelphia, Pa. Thousands of Delegates and Visitors in Attendance Many from Missouri and Kansas. The'beneral Conference Centennial Demonstration was held In Conven tion hall, Broad street and Allegheny avenue, on Sunday afternoon. There were about 10,000 people present to listen to the addresses of some of the prospective candidates for the office of Bishop. The meeting was 'called to order by Bishop Evans Tyree. The opening musical selection was by the General Conference choir, led by Prof. J. A. Clark. Prayer by Re...

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. — 20 May 1916

Ki n ! i n x : i n: t negro Business ana mjiussionai uireu tory of Greater Kansas City AUTHORS. MRS. MARIA P. WILLIAMS, Author and Lecturer, 1204 Highland Avenue, Bell phone East 4735. BEAUTY PARLORS AND HAIR DRESSERS. MRS. MARION STHIMAN, Hair Dressing, Poro Treatment, 003 In dependence Avenue. MESDAMES JACKSON & JOHNSON, ISth and Highland Ave. Bell phone E. 4788. MRS. CADDIE WITOHER, 1708 Michigan Ave. Madame Walker's Hair and Scalp Treatment. Bell phone, Last ilblX. CAFES. DELMONICA CAFE, 1512 East 18th St. Bell phone, East 618. COAL AND FEED. W. W. PAYNE, 1902 1-2 Vine St. Bell phone, East 559 ; Home phone, East 4132. CLEANERS, DYERS AND TAILORS. WORTHAM BROS., 1831 Paseo. Bell Phone East 701. DRUG STORES. THEODORE SMITH, 1301 East ISth St. Bell phone Grand 4591, Home Main 546 i. PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE, 18th and Paseo. Bell phone East 1814, Home East 4082. R. W. FOSTER'S PHARMACY 18th and "Woodland. Bell phone East 272, Home phone East 4070. DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. TAYLOR-HOLMES...

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. — 20 May 1916

MADAM KATIE MARTIN'S "Sanitary" Hair Preparations "Sanitary" Hair Preparations are just what the name implies. They cleanse and cure the scalp of all diseases, such as Dandruff, Tetter or Eczema, and finally produce a thick growth of hair. A six weeks' trial treatment 'will convince any one of the value of Madam .Martin's Sani tary Hair Preparations. A six weeks' trial treatment consist ing of Sanitary Shampoo, 50c; Sanitary Grower, BOc ; Sanitary Glossine, 35c; Sanitary Temple Grower, 35c, will be sent to any address in United States, pre paid, for $1.70. 3 No goods sent C. 0. D. AGENTS WANTED! GOOD PROFIT! Madam Katie Martin has given a careful study to hair and scalp culture and is pre pared to meet the demands of the people. She manufactures all of her preparations I have been taking treatment from Mme. Martin for about three months My hair has grownwonderfully three inches'. My scalp is perfectly clean of disease, which was never so before. Sanitary Hair preparations have given...

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. — 20 May 1916

TBEKANSASCITYSUNl PUBLISHED WEEKLY All communications should bo addressed to The Kansas City Sun, 1S03 East IStti street. Bell Phono East 999. Entered as-second-class matter, Ausust , 190S, at the postotflco at Kansas City, Mo., under tne act oc aiarcn s. mtv. Nelson a Crews Editor and Owner Wllla B. Glenn....- Oeneral Manager subscription rates: fln Van. .11. 60 Six Months .75 Three Months SO ADVERTISING RATE, 50 CETS; TER INCH. ." CHURCH DIRECTORY. Dcthel A. M. E. Church,' 24th and Flora. St. Stephen's Uaptlst cnurcn, 604 i;nar Intfn Kt. Centennial M. E. Church, 19th and Woodland. Second Uaptlst Church, .lOth and Char' lntf t Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church, 10th and Charlotte. Kansas Ave. Baptist Church, 46th and Kansas. . . Ebenezer A. M. E. Church, 17th and TlAu(rustlne's P. E. Church, 11th and woodland. . Blue Valley Baptist Church, 1120 Crys tal avenue. St. John's A. M. E. Church, 1743 Belle Seventh Day Adventlst, 23d and Wood land. St Monica's Catholic, 17th and Lydla. Vine St....

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. — 20 May 1916

k, it I CITY NEWS iL-L. : : Women's Clubs. Mr. Green Campbell, a well known waiter at 2520 Euclid avenue, la qulto 111. , Prof, and Mrs. 4. Rr Chlnn of Glas gow, we're pleasant callerq at the Sun otflcothi( weeks iv Mr. A. It. Merrlit.Iv.at-.home'.apaln , lsln hUfwlfej. nt ,913 Vashlnpton boulevard, .Kansas., Cltjr(llKa'e., ,j, Rev. II. Jackson, 620 State avenue, ijltt'VfJll .oond.uct.iserylces. for fits.' U. B. Jleipan.durlnB ior, absence,. . 1. 1 1 at- 1 , Mra'Jj. TJ. Aloman,, 534 'Lydla avenue! who has been seriously 111 .sines Jan- uary is Improved at this writing. .Mlstf Emma Carter entertained with tea last Tuesday in honor of Miss Hattle .Williams of St. Louis, Mo. Mrs. M. J. .Coleman, 2455 Michigan avenuo, is 111 at her home and her many friends hope for her speedy re. covery. Mrs. Versla; Rico spent Sunday at Leavenworth, Jasi, tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Montgomery, and after attending morning service, and enjoy lng.aMellghtful dinner the ladles wore motored to tho Post,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 20 May 1916

3g A Woman's g 1 PaSt I By GEORGE MUNSON 1910. by W. O. Chapman.) looked at tho beautiful woman upon tho sofa before him, seated resplendent In her evening gown, and his heart swelled with ela tion, it was tho great moment In a boy's life; Charles Amos had won tho lovo of Delia Gray. And that ho was twenty-four and she thirty did not movo him from his resolution to hold to her promised word and never let her go. Tho pursuit had been a long one. At first she had laughed at him. she had striven hard in tho net, but at twenty-four one has the resolute ardor of youth; and at laBt sho knew that thero was no way of escape for her. Sho loved as she had never loved iu all her checkered life before. She promised to be his wife, and knew at tho same time that the dream was impossible. What would Hardwick Ames say when he learned that his missions were to become the property of an adventuress? "Till death!" said tho boy a3 he kissed her at parting, in tho way boy3 speak. Delia Gray was not sur...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 20 May 1916

HANDICRAFT FOR BOYS AND GIRLS 5 By 5 A. NETiSLY HALL and DOROTHY PERKINS g (Copyright by A. Ncely HaJL) A HOMEMADE DESK WITH A PIC TURE SCROLL. Every boy can own a desk, because It Is ono ot the simplest pieces of fur niture to build. I have designed a great many desks for boys to make, but I believe that the one shown In Fig. 1 will bo tho most popular yet. This desk Is mado out ot a small packing-case, or ft grocory box. Select the bcst-looktng box you can find. Get tho cover boards, too, because you will need them for the hinged drop leaf. Tho first thing to do Is to re enforce the nailing ot any boards which show signs of coming loose. Then prepare the pigeonholo parti tions. Fig. 2 shows the insldo of the desk. Partitions A should be fastened seven Inches each side of the center of tho length of tho box, or 14 Inches .apart, and shelves D should be so Vjspaced that there will be a small top and bottom pigeonhole and a larger ono between. Holes C In partitions A (Fig. 3) are pro...

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. — 20 May 1916

t LINCOLN PARK NOW OPEN! Season 1316 J il 1 New Attractions, New Concessions, New Surprises New $2,000 Swimming Pool has been added. Madame "Billy" Kersands, the Phenomenal Soprano of Univer sal Fame; The Rising Popular Knights' Templar Band, in Park and Splendid Street Parade. Madame Kerr sands will be Supported by an Excellent Company of Singers, Dancers and Vaudevillians. Orchestra under r Direction of Prof. Chas. T. Watts. Dancing Pavillion and Academy in Charge of Prof. W. G. Clark. $500 Bowling Alley erected for your supreme pleasure; Up-to-Date Merry Go Round. All Amusements. COME AND SEE! Lincoln Electric Park, 20th and Woodland K.C.Mo. O. H. MoDANIEL-S, Mgr. ODD FELLOWS PARADE. The Annual Sermon of the Grand United Order of Odd Fellows was held last Sunday at Allen Chapel at 2:30 p. m. The parade headed by the Knights Templar band, was very Im posing. Mr. C. A. Franklin was the Master of Ceremonies and Dr. Phenlx was the chairman of the Reception Committee. The following pr...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 27 May 1916

iita Sn n Say, bare yon a famished or hb furniihed room for rent? Adver lut it in The San and let it be bringing you in tomething. We want good reliable Agents in every city and town in the country. Write us for terms. VOLUME VIII. NUMBER 39. KANSAS CITY, MISSOUBI, SATURDAY, MAY 27, 19Hi. PRICE, 5c. Are You Doing Your Share Toward Entertaining the National League? Negro Business 'C '-., A. M. E. GENERAL CONFERENCE Celebrates Its 100th Anniversary in "Mother" Bethel, the First Church Established by Richard Allen in Philadelphia, Pa. Thousands of Delegates and Visitors in Attendance Many from 1 Missouri and Kansas. The Tuesday afternoon session of the A. M. E. General Conference was called to order by Bishop Connor, nt 3 o'clock p, in., by singing, "All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name." The rules of the house were sus pended and motion prevailed to re ceive the fraternal delegates. Rev. Dr. Caldwell presented Rev. Dr. Camphor, fraternal delegate of the A. M. B. church, to Bishop Connor,...

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. — 27 May 1916

Negro Business and Professional Direc tory of Greater Kansas City AUTHORS. MRS. MARIA P. WILLIAMS, Author and Lecturer, 1204 Highland Avenue, Bell phono East 4735. ,. . BEAUTY PARLORS AND HAIR DRESSERS. MRS. MARION STIRMAN, Hair Dressing, Poro Treatment, r 2320 "Woodland. r MESDAMES JACKSON & JOHNSON, 18th and Highland Ave. Bell phone E. 4788. MRS. OADDIE WITOHER, 1708 Michigan Ave. Madame "Walker's Hair and Scalp Treatment. Bell phone, East 4167X. - - CAFES. DELMONICA CAFE, 1512 East 18th St. Bell phone, East 618. COAL AND FEED. W. W. PAYNE, 1902 1-2 Vine St. Bell phone, East 559 ; Home phone, East 4132. , CLEANERS, DYERS AND TAILORS. WORTH AM BROS., 1831 Paseo. Bell Phone East 701. DRUG STORES. THEODORE SMITH, 1301 East 18th St. Bell phone Grand 4591, Home Main 5467. PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE, ISth and Paseo. Bell phone East 1814, Homo East 4082. R. W. FOSTER'S PHARMACY ISth and "Woodland. Bell phone East 272, Home phone East 4070., DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. TAYLOR-HOLMES & CO., 24...

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. — 27 May 1916

MADAM KATIE MARTIN'S "Sanitary" Hair Preparations "Sanitary" Hair Preparations are just what the name implies. They cleanse and cure the scalp of all diseases, such as Dandruff, Tetter or .Eczema, and finally produce a thick growth of hair. A six weeks' trial treatment will convince any one of the value of Madam Martin's Sani tary Hair Preparations. A six weeks' trial treatment consist ing of Sanitary Shampoo, 50c; Sanitary Grower, 50c; Sanitary Glossine, 35c; Sanitary Temple Grower, 35c, will be sent to any address in United States, pre paid, for $1.7.0. No goods sent C. 0. D. AGENTS WANTED! GOOD PROFIT I Madam Katie Martin has given a careful study to hair and scalp culture and is pre pared to meet the demands of the people. She manufactures all of her preparations I have been taking treatment from Mme. Martin for about three months. My hair has grownwonderfully threo Inches, ily scalp Is perfectly clean of disease, -which was never bo before. Sanitary Hair preparations have given...

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. — 27 May 1916

THE KANSASCITY SUN PUBLISHED WEEKLY All communications should be addressed to Tha Kansas City Sun. 1803 East 18th Street. Bell Phona Eatt 999. Entered as second-class matter, August , 1908, at the postoMce at Kansas City. Bio., unuer me aci oi .Murcn jeiv. ViUnn r Prmvs Editor and Owner WUIa B. Glenn General Manager SUBSCRIPTION HATES: One Year U.50 Blx Months Three Months ADVERTISING RATE. 50 CENTS PER INCH. CHURCH DIRECTORY. Bethel A. M. E. Church, 24th and Flora. St. Stephen's Baptist Church, 601 Char lotte St. Centennial M. E. Church, 10th and Woodland. Second Baptist Church, 10th and Char lotte. Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church, 10th and Pharlntfn Kansas Ave. Baptist Church, 46th and Kansas. Bbenezer A. M. E. Church, l"th and St. Augustine's P. E. Church, 11th and Woodland. . Blue Valley Baptist Church, 1120 Crys tal aeuue. St. John's A. M. E. Church, 1713 Belle view. Seventh Day Adventlst, 23d and Wood land. St. Monica's Catholic, 17th and Lydia. Vine St. Baptist Church, 1825 Vine...

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. — 27 May 1916

II I CITV NEWS I Mr. Wm. Smith, who la walking to New York City writes that fie has reached Monmouth, 111. Mr. Preston Porter, 1614 Virginia, is still quite 111 and will bo pleased to havo his friends call. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Boggs, 1700 B. 10th street, gave as their guests, Mr. Boggs' mother, Mrs. Ella Boggs, of Fayette, Mo. Prof. Joe E. Hcrrlford delivered the annual address to the parent-teachers association at Excelsior Springs last Sundays evening. Miss Brownleo Balrd of Centralla, Kas., teacher In the Coffeyvllle schools, Bpent a few days In the city this week. Mrs. Lizzie Level, 2521 Grove street, was called to Owenstown Ky on ac count of tho death of her sister, Mrs. Ledge O'Banon. Mrs. Taylor Holmes of the Handy Colored Store, 2409 Vine street, re turned from Omaha, having spent a mosf delightful visit of ten days with relatives and friends. Mr. A. T. Moore of 1820 E. 18th street, has recently purchased a new seven-passenger limousine which he will have for hire at the usual...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 27 May 1916

MEM CULLIWGS "Dig Boyl" This- Is the nlcknamo the Hampton instttuto students havo for Allen Wadsworth Washington, now associate commandant ot cadets, who Is officially known as "Captain Washington." Ho will be the suc cessor of MaJ. Robert It. Morton, the principal-elect of Tuakegeo Institute. Somo years ago It was said that If Hampton had done no more than train Booker T. Washington, It would have paid for itself many times over. Recently the nation, especially the South, has been rejoicing that Major Moton, another distinguished gradu ate ot Hampton, would soon take up Doctor Washington's heavy burden at Tuskcgee. Today the friends of Hamp ton and of Negro education are re joicing that another self-made, Hampton-trained man, Allen Washington, will become the commandant of ca dets at Hampton, where ho was grad uated In 1S91 a product of the pio-, neer work ot General Samuel Chap man Armstrong. Allen Washington came to -the Hampton school from Gloucester county, a county which is we...

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. — 27 May 1916

Ml. limit, 'tg Just a Dream By H. M. EGBERT (Copyright, 1916, by W. G. Chapman.) Gerald Holmes was what the worjd callod a successful man. t fifty ho had won a place in the estimation of his community. Ho was rich, a wid ower of several years' standing, and tho father of grownup children. And, llko many successful men, he knew that life had been for him a failure. His marriage- had been happy enough. Hardly anyone knew, and none of his own children knew, tho story of his early lovo affair with Lil lian Huntley. They had been class mates at college, they had loved each other since they 'first saw each other. They were engaged to bo married as soon as Holmes had established him self in his profession as a scientific englneor. Often In afterdayB, when he waB called from end to end of the great continent to achieve success at this profession where other men hod failed, Holmes would recall how he and Lillian had fought over those problems together In her little room, where she, with her ...

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. — 27 May 1916

BUNCETON, MO. The Dunbar High school has had a very successful year. Teachers, pu tills find parents have worked earnest ly and have co-operated together. The Commencement exercises began Sunday, May 14, with an educational sermon to' tho graduates and pupils at Mt. Zlon Baptist church. Rev. It. E. Lee, pastor of Mt. Zlon Baptist church, and one of tho ablest minis ters In Missouri, preached the educa tional sermon which was one of tho best ever heard. Tho exercises of the primary grado Tuesday, May 1G, under the management of tho pri mary teacher, Miss Ida Newman, were grand. Miss Newman has ac complished much good with the little folks.... Wednesday was "Farmer'3 Day." Prof. E. M. Parrlsh Farm agent for Negro farmers of Missouri, was present and gavo lectures and demonstrations. Prof. Parish Isf a wide-awake gentleman and is a credit to the Negro race. He visited several farms while here.... The High school play was Wednesday night, May 17, at the Masonic hall. The pupils re flect...

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