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Wichita Protest from Wichita, Kansas • 6

Wichita Protest from Wichita, Kansas • 6

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Wichita Protesti
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Wichita, Kansas
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Mrs. Frankie Powell of Forest City, is in the city for an indefinite stay with her brother and sister-inJaw, Mr Mrs. Percy Carter Ohio Avenue, Lake Anderson has returned from a visit to points in California. Mrs. A.

L. Henderson is in Kansas City this week attending the Elks convention. Clayton Thomas who has recently returned from a two months visit California, left Sunday night for aKnsas City, accompanied by his mother Mrs. Eddie Thomas to attend the Elks convention. Mrs.

Andrew Oliver and Miss aVnelle Oliver have returned to their home in Kansas City, after visit with and Mrs. W. C. Neely. Mr.

and Mrs. C. I. Burns entertained informally at their home on South Washington, honoring Mrs. Andrew Oliver, Miss Vauncile Oliver and Ernestine Crutchfield, on last Wedpesday evening.

An enjoyable time was had by all present. Miss Ernestine Crutchfield1 has returned to her home in Kansas City, after a pleasant visit with her grandfather, Mr. William Hincher of Blaine avenue. Mrs. Clayton Duley has returned home after a most pleasant visit in Omaha, Couneil Bluffs, and Kansas City.

Mrs. Ora Ford of Columbus, Ohio, returned home after a very pleasvisit with her brother and sisterin-law, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Hightower. Mrs.

Emma Gilmore and daughter Florence returned home Monday after pleasant visit with their sister and aunt, Mrs. Ella Woodard, 615 N. Indiana. Mrs. Ida Reed and Mrs.

Crawford entertained Mrs. Emma Gilmore and daughter from Columbus, Kansas, with house party at the residence of Mrs. Reed, last Wednesday evening. A most delightful time was had. Ella Woodard entertained with We o'clock dinner last Thursday honoring her sister and niece Mrs.

Emma Gilmore and daughter. Those present were Rev. and Mrs. S. Butler, Mrs.

Florence Work, Miss Laura Work, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Woodard and Ethyl and Irene Wood- Mrs. Ernest Woodard entertained following with a breakfast last Sunday morning: Miss Florence Gilof Columbus, Miss DorSims of Fisk University, Misses Case, Ruth Brown, Laura Work Ethyl and Irene Woodard. After enjoying a three course breakfast, the guests spent one hour kodaking, later attending morning services at CalBaptist church.

ATTENTION MEMBERS OF THE ROYAL HOUSE. Wichita News in Brief Veteran of the Civil War Passes Away. The funeral services of Samuel Smith were hel dat St. Mary's Baptist church Monday afternoon, Rev. S.

B. Butler in the absence of Rev. Douglas conducted the services, sisted by Rev. Wm. Thompson.

Mr. Smith was a veteran of the Civil war and leaves a wife, 9 children and grand children to mourn his demise. The remains were interred in Maple Grove cemetery. The Peoples Undertaking Co. had charge of the funeral.

Dr. J. C. Farmer is in Kansas City attending the Elks Grand Lodge. He is a delegate from Peerless Princess lodge, Wichita.

Donald Staten will leave Sunday night for Quindaro, where he will encoll at Western University as a student. Mr. Binkley, Mrs. Waller and Miss Northeutt of Eldorado were in the city Tuesday, the guests of Mrs. Vera Staten.

Mr. V. Bright, Mack Roberts, Mrs. H. Meredith, Mrs.

Hortense Bradford, with John Dixon as chauffeur, have returned from a motoring tour to Colorado, they all report a most pleasant trip and seem greatly invigorated by the outing. SAMUEL L. SMITH. John McBride who has undergone an operation for appendicitis, at St. Francis hospital is getting along I quite satisfactory, according to report Mrs.

Beulah Thomas of W. Elm St. is visiting in Parsons, Kans. Miss Lucile Jones, has returned home from several weeks visit with her grand father and other relatives in Missouri. Mrs.

G. L. Scott and children have returned home after spending several weeks with Mr. Scott in Waterloo, Iowa. Mr.

F. L. Godfrey, state supervisor of American Woodmen, is out on a business trip to Lawrence and Coffeyville. THE ENDERSON UNDERTAKING COMPANY. The Anderson Undertaking 523 N.

street the Anderson-Avery Undertaking Company, has just received a large shipment of beautiful caskets from an eastern factory. This firm, buying as it does car load lots, are enabled to give their patrons the highest class goods at moderate prices. Mr. Thos. Anderson, manager invites the public to stop in and inspect his stock.

MONEY TO LOAN--Will make short time loans at reasonable rates of interest on any articles of value.D. L. STEWART. JORDAN THE TAILOR Buys Elegant Tailoring Establishment of E. Black-535 N.

Main St. Jordan the Tailor, has purchased the business of E. Black at 535 N. Main and is now making it one of the most complete tailoring, cleaning and pressing establishments in the state. Mr.

Jordan is an expert tailor and a good business man, by first class work and close application to business he has built up a lucrative and growing trade at his former stand, 601 N. Main and found his quarters inadequate for his large business and hence was compelled to seek a larger and more commodius room, which he now has. With his large and elegant stock of woolens, the most improved apparatus and machinery for high class pressand cleaning and his well known ability as a tailor, we bespeak for Mr. Jordon abundant success in his new locaticn. Drop in and lock over his place, give him a trial order and you will become a regular custener.

The Unpopular Atchoo! Plentywood Press- "I sneezed sneeze into the air, it fell to earth knew not where: but hard and cold were the looks of those in whose vieinIty enoze." -Boston Transcript. THE WICHITA PROTEST, W. A. BETTIS, EDITOR AS IT SHOULD BE. Colored Delegates to American Legion Convention at Pittsburg Receive Royal Treatment.

From Pittsburg eHadlight. Attending the state convention of the American Legion are several prominent young colored ex-soldiers, who have served overseas and who represent various walks in life. William D. Harrison, lawyer of Hutchinson, who is prominent in political and civil affairs of his city, is impressed with the courtesies shown him. John D.

a building engineer for a 6-story office building of Wichita, is also one of the delegates in attendance. Sergeant Jones, as he is better known, is perhaps one of the most fortunate of his race i in traveling in foreign countries, While serving his country overseas he had the pleasure of traveling in England, Scotland, Wales, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland and France, He is also impressed with the hospitality shown the colored deelgates by the white citizens and more especially that of the local colored post, represented by Arthur Dues, post commander. Joe Williams, of Atchison, vice commander of the colored post there, is also receiving royal treatment These delegates are receiving recognition in the various caucus meetings during the convention. These men say that no such treatment has ever been accorded them in any convention of this nature, and do not hesitate in making it known. Wm.

BOWERS QUICK SERVICE TRANSFER AND BAGGAGE Phone 7975 1112 N. Wichita St. Always on the job Rates Moderate MODERN HOSPITAL and SURGICAL SCHOOL H. Philipp, Head-Surgeon. 716 N.

Lawrnece Wichita Free Clinics 7:00 to 9:00 A. M. Phone Douglas 521-J Res. 212 E. Pine.

Office 615 N. Main Res. Phone, 8488J FRED C. HELM Attorney at Law WICHITA KANSAS 600 N. Main Telephone Mkt.

DR. J. E. FARMER Physician and Surgeon WICHITA KANSA SALINA, KANSAS. PHONE MARKET 2990 RES.

PHONE MARKET 503 Henry P. Dunaway Plumbing and Heating REPAIRING PROMPTLY DONE 728 N. Main Street Wichita, Kansas SERVICE THAT SATISFIES A NDREWS BROTHERS Taticas an I Auto Livery Special attention to wallings, funorals 4n 1 parties. Phone Mkt. 4897.

WICHITA 109 E. FIRST ST KANSAS FURNITURE CO. 233-235 North Main Phone Market 662 Furniture, Rugs and Stoves. Easy Terms, Courteous Treatment, Prompt Service. We appreciate your patronage, refer you to hundreds of our customers among the colored people of Wichita.

Freeman L. Martin Res. D. 2583 Claude L. Jones Res.

D. 1575 Office Phone M. 7794 MARTIN JONES Attorneys-at-Law Notary in Office 519. N. Main St.

Wichita, Kans. ALWAYS DRINK Weigand's Coffee WIEGAND Tea Coffee Co. Wichita's Quality Coffee House 120 N. Market Dawson's Market 2142 N. Lawrence Ave.

Phone M. 2264 Sugar Cured Rex Picnic Hams. .25 Bacon Squares. ...25 Niagara Cut Sugar Cured California 24c Fresh Pork Shoulder 23c Best Roast Good Beef Steak. Dold's White Rose Pure These meats are all of the very best and government inspected.

Curec meat shipped by express when money accompanies the order. Full line of Pig Tails, Pig Ears, Pig Snouts, Eears and Heads. We do not ship meat by parcel post. GOOD LUMBER MAKES GOOD HOMES METZ LUMBER CO. 401 N.

MAIN Phone MARKET 196 Murdock Pharmacy Prescription Drug Store Corner Main and Murdock Phone Mkt. 1130 Invites you to call them up and give them your order. No order too small and none too large. REMEMBER---'We deliver anything, anywhere, any without extra charge." LOPEZ It's Good for What Ails You A tonic that builds your system up and gives satisfaction. when you feel sick and all run down.

When Ailing, Call or Write Lopez Medicine Co. 412 E. Douglas Avenue Wichita, Kansas Phones -Day, Mkt. 2949-Night Doug. 1166 523 North Main Anderson Undertaking Company FORMERLY ANDERSON AVERY Auto Hearse and Motor Ambulance Calls Promptly Answered Day or Night.

WICHITA, KANSAS Sugar Combination Sales Violate Law, Attorney General Palmer has ruled that the reactice of grocers in requir. ing that certain amount of other commodities ce purchased with each pound of sugar is a violation of the federal trade vommission act. Found 50. Cent Tip. A 50-cent tip Tered to Robe Swan, bell boy in a hotel at Dallas, Tex.

was refused by him after 110 nad returned 81.400 to a tear who had left his wallet 011 1 a desk in the lobby. Chub Trout, the genial cafe man is doing a land office business. He buys the best and serves it in highclass style. The public appreciates service and that is what Chub is putting out. Drop in and try him once and you will become a regular.

NEW HOPE NOTES. "THE DON'T MISS IT CAFE" "A prayer for Pardon" was carefully studied by Sunday school attendants last -Sunday morning. More is being learned about the character and career of David. We note with satisfaction that the Men's Bible class is still doing good work. A deacon showed a good example by being the first member of his class to arrive.

Taking a text from Is. 19:21, 3-25, using as a subject "An Ancient PicInternational Brotherhood." Dr. E. T. Fishback, our minister, preached a praiseworthy spiritual sermon at 11 a.

m. "The Beauties and Wonders of God's World" proved to be a very ininteresting topic in the B. Y. P. U.

Sunday evening. At 8 p. m. Sunday our minister delivered such a sound, logical, gospel sermon that the most skeptical must have been convinced. Our Sick Bates was very much indisposed part of last week, but is better.

Mrs. Queenie Taylor is confined to her room with a severe attack of rheumatism; she is ht the home of her sister, Mrs. Salona McGee, who has recently purchased a beautiful home in the ninth block on Ohio. Although better, Mrs. Mary Mitchell remains on the sick list.

Miss Invla Downard, who became ill in February, continues to be a patient sufferer. Her many friends are concerned about her recovery. Gale and Geraldine Shannon are in Chicago. Salona Melee, William and James Taylor are in Columbus, Kansas visiting their grandfather, Rev. J.

S. Street. Mrs. V. Griffin anticipates a pleasant vsit from her son, Mr.

Bryan Griffin, of Chicago. He is expected to arrive August 28. Hurrah! New Hope Sunday School picnic is to be held in Linwood Park, 10. Pray for a good day. Don't fail to attend the fish fry at New Hope Friday night, August 27.

The Missionary Society invites you. "Schopenhauer's Bible." The Latin lation of the "Upanishads." inade by Anquetil-Duperron, from a Persian version of the Sanserit original, which was published Strassburg, In two volumes quarto, 1801-1802, under the title "Oupnek hat, id est, Secretum Legendum." It consists of a group of treatises, expounding a general tem of mystical pantheism, which arose as a development of the more theosophic element in the Vedas. It is believed that this influenced. Schopenhauer not a little in his writings. DO YOU KNOW WHY The House Isn't Big Enough For Father' Drawn for this paper By (O HOPE NOBCOY HAVE AH MARCOS.

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the more othy Ola vary The last meeting of the Royal House prior to the setting of the Grand Lodge at Atchinson will be held at Masonic Hall Wednesday evening, September 1st. Business of vital importance to be transacted. Members will take due notice and govern themselves accordingly. By order of DELILAH MADAMS, Queen. Mr.

George Holly has returned from a trip to Kansas City, Mo. Mr. S. W. Whitlow left for Lon Angeles, California Tuesday, where he will join his wife and probably remain permanently in the Golden West.

Mrs. Geo. Holly has returned from month's sojourn in the Lone state, visiting the parents of Mr. Holly. She reports a most enjoyable trip.

Mr. J. R. Johnston, proprietor of the Busy Corner Barber Shop, left for Kansas City. Tuesday night in company with Dr.

Z. H. Bass of Muskogee, Okla. Mr. Johnston will attend a meeting of the stockholders of the World's Wonder Oil and Gas and atferwards acocmpany them on a tour of inspection of the company's properties in Kansas and Oklahoma.

The many friends of Thos. J. Anderson, popular railroad man will regreat to learn of his death in Kansas City, after a brief illness. Mr. Anderson was well known in this city and was stricken here a few weeks ago while on his run.

He was reported better last week, but he took a relapse and died. His funeral will be held in Kansas City, Friday. Mrs. J. W.

Dixon and brother, Mr. R. L. Malone of 305 W. 8th street are visiting with their parents in Milford, Texas.

They are attending a family reunion. THE KANSAS GROCERY COMPANY A GOOD PLACE TO TRADE The Kansas Grocery Co. at 539 N. Main Street, invites you to call and inspect their new stock of groceries and fine line of dry and, salt meats. They will help you reduce the high cost of living.

Their metto is "quick sales and small Come in and get acquainted they will treat you right. Read their ad in this paper land compare their prices with others. el a 1 THEY SAY To Press.) Simmons, here in a white man he world toed people to to glory in duty rests nan in the rge audience ole who had h. Ex-Govsand the speech had ever heard colored man. 200 voices rehurches fureting which Big Bethel as destroyed is one of the Atlanta this for a f- 011 of 4.

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Pages Available:
35
Years Available:
1919-1920