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THK KISING SON.
LEWIS WOODS ..Busiueni Manager, i
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RISINO SON PUBLISHING CO
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EnUrtd it tW '.( ''!'- at Kanrn Ciiy,
am .VroMi ( 'id.Lt .Wufftr.
lVrrri'oti(li'nt wanted In every city j
and town in t M.itc. Write u.
AH lie wr nutter 1 1 1 1 1 1 tl 1 for pub- !
1 1 -m t inn phi'iiUl rearh nur otlhv nut :
t-r th.in Tu m1;iv, nf cadi week and!
uuat tie ipnel iy tlie writer not for
publication, but us guarantee of autb- i
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FFICSl No. 117 West Sixth St., j
Kansas City, Mo.
1111 11 - 1 " " -- !
Advrt tialiiw Rntri,
f nr one lnh, on In.ortliin SO'
for- our Inch, i nch .uti.rqu.nl In.ertlon iW
Fur two '.Beam, lhr muili lull
Fur two Inciirn, ill month 8 UU
For two Inch., n I n month Ill (U
Vot two IncbiM twe-lva uiouthii ....15 00
OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL
... IN KANSAS CITY,
The paid circulation
of Tin-: Rising Son
is more than double
the combined circu
lation of all the other
Kansas City Colored
Kar.-as City. Mo, M;i!'h :'.'..
I '! : ; I liit- Post tn;ist"r, j
Put. :). UMnu Son.
Kan-as City, Mo. j
!u r. .-;"i'.i-.e M ynur : 1 1 1 1 " i ' V I ,n I
.-a . 1 1 - nihi ;c ;il ii hi is i ! 1 1 ! v enter) ill
as s. i ot,d class matter at this oliiiel
an. v u'l'ai iy 1 1 1 : 1 1 1 d. I
Veiy f" -pei t fully,
.J. II. IIAKUIS. ;
The Ki.-in:.' Son is the only paper I
puhii-lii il by Coiot'eil people in Kansas j
t'i'v . Mo,, that i- enteieil at the post !
oi 1 1 e as sc. oini i lass mail.
We h:ie ;:lwas taken a tib-astire !
in speakitn.' of worthy aud commend-,
alile deeds and I In- doini; of honor to ,
whom is due. ;
In thi.-. instance, we feel that it :s
a duly. :cs will as a plea-uiv to spea1; J
ol' thf count i-nd.it I manner in whi'h'
the Kansas I'ity, Missouri, comillei s j
of I in- lb od :-uff"-s. have i'.one to tliw!
sul'-taiil ial and I i 1 1 1 -1 y relief of the!
coloted flood .-Hirers, in i,,. mni-t of!
the thieistiiu's of their own bio n and
tin. The.-ai ts of charity, on l,i I
part of tin- c pi-op!,. o' this city !
not sunn I.,, forgotten by ;in l-.umhle i
people, in mi lit mi- of (j,rcat d;strcisj
i.'ld need We take our bills off i
tin- good pie of Kansas I'lty. bid j
ou Cod'--- speed iii your hob!" wm k
for relief. !
I'rof, John II. Jackson who tetvid'
!is president of Lincoln Institute very
successfully for three yinrs lias since'
beet, in Colorado Springs, w here he held
a:, evcelleiit position in tin- office of J
I ounty a.-sf. sor. He has beet, llcvot- '
inn his leisure to literary work, and !
lu'.s just fini. bed a book which r-oes to '
press at once, and will be shortly in '
the hands ol the reviewers, lie ,ias
always taken hiiih mound on nil race j
iptestions ami his book will be ccord- ;
ed il In -II ft 1 V welcome at tills time
win n f tronn words are needed on mat
ter'; tuornl. social, political, educa
tional. ty the way. I'rof. Jackson
thinks the laumiishine Christian He-
order thoutd b ii th( hauls of a
layman who will not be bothered
about Kcttiim into a bishop's robe and
Abo will therefore have more tim.e
to pive the sri'iit A. M. K. t-li ii t ih a
weekly paner worthy of as treat
membership. At. t,i. n,,xt j;( neral
conference be will offer his set vices
as editor and they who know about
bis cvperii-nce, his honesty and en
ergy are v.ili.ir; to predict that in his
bands t he It -i order will enter vpon i
brilliancy and iisefulnes.
Danger in a Flower.
At a meetinK of the Hardeners' So
ciety of Herlin. hold recently, a sol
emn warning was read by a member
against the primula obconica, a pale
1 Mae variety nf the popular winter
flower. It seems that ttiis particular
variety, which is very prolific in
bloom, has tiny hairs underneath the
leaves, and when these hairs com in
contact with the human t;kin they
cautie inllami'iiit ion. A member said
that his daughter bad suffered for
three years from this inflammation,
which also affected her hair so much
that td.o became bald. The only alle
viation known for the Inflammation Is
a decoction of i rem in.
Zurich Cleared of Bad Characters,
As a result of the Introduction of
the licrtillion system by the Zurich
police the town lias practically cleared
out all Its bad characters. Kven
tramps ulve the place a wide berth,
for as soon as a person Is arrested bo
is photographed and his measure
ments taken, even if the charge is not
serious. Of lata the police have had
to little to do that there Is talk of
reducing the number of the force. Bo
few crimen are committed in the town
(hat Zurich la considered to be the
most moral town In Switzerland,
THK Sl'ICE OF LIFE
READ THESE JOKES AND
GET YOUR CARES.
Where the Tail of Mr. Wragnles'
Coat Had Gone Youngster Sought
Information Because Ho Wat In
terested in the Subject.
Kie or six nu n were recently chut
tint: in a v illume inn. when one of them
"I tny. I l ts ye ilinners nil round
v eim't tell me the answer lo u puzzle
I know el."
"Iiuiie." i hey Miiil; "I bet we can.
Wlinl Is it?'1
"Will," hiibl I'at, "why In a Journal
ist tlir funniest (feature in the
After vainly trying for admit two
hours they Molly saiil they must give
"Why." said the delithteil I'at, "be
i ause his tale comes out of hit head,
don't it ?"- London Spare Moments.
Close Quarters Preferred,
Helen-1 wish I bad some kind of
etii biintnu nt to cast over him to
keep him fond of me.
Ned -Why don't you borrow
"Oh, dear! I'm afraid no one lias
any to b ml,"
"Why. ys. Distance lends enchant
ment. Have you tried thai?"
"No, and I'm not .uoing to. I'd
rather take my chances at (lose
tiuarters." Kansas City .Journal.
my dnrliim!" he murmurpd.
matters It thai sorrow and
must of necessity he lurking
unl.no n future? While I am
with vol I
present -1 he
"So do I.
you buy ii,
such ipu i f
ll ink of nautlit hut Hie
superbly beautiful pre.s-
ibiitrst." she replied,
take me with you when
won't you? Men have
tastes in rings!"-- Stray
"I lore, yon! ' (tied Ida; Mrs. Cns
sidy, sthroike or no stluoike, Oi'll
not liov ye standin' round doin'
"Well. oh. well." meekly protested
little rasshly. "'tis the most onr'as
onin' woman ye are. Last wake yo
told me If Oi didn't behave mcseP
ve'd mjjke me stand 'roun. an' now
that Oi ;n doin' it ye'ro kickln'."
Only the Truth.
"So vfuir wife accused you of
spenditit; that extra dollar In hard
drink." Intel rotated (Suyer.
"Yes." replied Itoutiiler. "but I told
her I spent it in fruit "
"Hut you did not?"
"Oh. yes. 1 bought cherries."
'iet out! Where can you find
cherries this time of year?"
Compi essed-Air Power.
"Say!'' the man who had never be
fore attended a concert remarked as
the cornet soloist bcnan bis number,
"who's i he teller wavln' the little
" Sh!" replied his neighbor, "that's
the conductor of music."
"Oh! and lu the feller with tho
born the motortnan?"
A book canvas-scr went In to a bar
ber's shop and ask the proprietor if
be could sell him an encyclopaedia
"What's that?" asked the barber.
"It's a book (tint contains informa
tion on every subject in the world."
Tin re was a victim in tho ehair,
and he put ill feebly, "He doesn't
"Hey, mister, does it take long to
pil fat like youse? 'cause I want'er
ct Inter de (irons as a freak." New
Not Landed Vet.
Miss Asciim Wasn't that,
liond 1 saw you walking with
Miss Coy Yes.
Miss Ascum He is a landed free
holder of the county, isn't he?
Miss Coy (blushing I Well er
he isn't quite landed yet. Stray
Couldn't Bunko Him.
Ororer "I'll give you five cents a
head for that load of cabbage, Uncle
Uncle Josh "I ain't got no plcter
tiv mo niakin' enny slch dicker ea
that. I kin git seven rents deown
tew th' seegar facktry, b'gosh!"
iTtrr i )))
AND SECRET LODGES.
Cuomo a I tsn l,nilg Hn.i.'WIV U tl.O.of O.K.
meets Ht 1413 K. Itli t.. Slid unit 4th Wednm
dujrvf tilnint In t-iii-h mi. nth, his n'nlock, J,
II . tint, (1 : VV. It. Cutters n. I' f.
ft. Mitrv 'I'Hheriincle, No. 2, mcrm ttrst Hnd
third 1-rldHys In cm-li month at 17:14 drum)
svi'iiup. I milliliter Lulu RntRloy H. V.
f 'auirlifrr Mry Kitili-y. piii lien.
bu lUljunt Tlivrnii-I No. 7 uit'Ptu i first and
n SIIiiiIiAh, I(V. N. I . iitsip
rnue. H.iiiulitPr Martha .tolinvin H
t-l nnrliOT A lililt- I,. Cyli-K. Sr-othrnft.
iile l lty liili!, No. 4078.1 U.O. nf O, F!
nieits nt 141.1 K. ltli Htn-et. every first an J
tMrd Fridsys, of oucta llonth,
E. H, T.EWia, P. B
St. .Inhn t hus l, on Hell St., lletwrcn
Dta and St, Louis live. ltov. TV. C. Buren. I
jiii st nr. isuiulay m-rvlces 1) a. m. and
i l p. in. Huiiilny Bchonl-at 9:30 a. m
I'niyer iiieetiritr Wednesday evenlnK ami
Teachers' meetlnK Thursday evening.
Vine Street Haptlst church, T. H.
Ewlnit, iiiwtor. Sunday Bertlces 11 a
m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school, 2:30
Prayer meeting Friday evening.
Klienezer A. M. K. Church, por. 2d
and Holmes. Rev. A. A. Gilbert, pas
tor. Sunday services, 11 a. ni. and 7:30
p. m, Sunday school. 3:30 p. m.
Prltrhard Lodge No. 42, A. F. and
A. M,, meets second and fourth Mon
day evening In the month. J. W,
Crowe, W. M , II. J. Spigener, Sec'r,
Allen Chapel, south-oasteorner 10th
and Charlotte utreets Kev. O. J. W.
Scott, pastor. Sunday servi'-es 11 a id,
and 7:30 p.m. Sunday School, 2:30 p.m.
Class Meeting Tuesday, 8 p.m. Prayei
Wednerday, 8 p. ru. Choir pracU'-e
Second Baptist corcli. cornet Tenth
and Charlotte.. S. W. 1 tacit e. D. U.,
psstor. Sunday services: Preaching.
11 a. tn, and 7:15 p. m.: Sunday school,
2 p. tn. Weekly meetings, Monday B
Y. P. U. meeting, 8 p. rn. Wednesday
night, prayer meeting.
Highland Avenue Baptist church
Sunday services, 11 a, m. and 8 p. in
Preaching, Wednesday evening, 8 p.m
Praise meetings Monday evening B. Y
P. U. Sunday school 2 p.m.
o. W. Bo yd. Pastor.
Mrs. A. B. C't'MMlMis. Clerk.
Pleasant Vailey Baptist church.
Rosednle, Kansas, Sunday services;
Preaching 1 1 a.m. and 8 p. ni.; Sunda
school, 9::) a. m.; H. Y. P. U.. 7 p. m.:
W. II. V. and M. Society, Thursday
evening prniso meeting.
Hev. H. E. Stkickland, Pastor
Pleasant Hreen Baptist church. In
dependence and Tracy ave. Sunday
school, 0:30 a. m. Preaching, 11 a. tn.
and 8 p. m. B. Y. P. U., 6:30 p. m.
Weekly services Prayer meetings and
missionary, Wednesday evenings at 8
o'clock p. in. Young People's Literary
and PioiAivhsive Club, Thursday even
ings. Church meeting, Friday before
the second Sunday in each month.
K. M. WILSON. Pastor.
Hesldence 1G03 East 13th St.
Burns Chapel, M. E. Church.
Sunday School. 9:20 a. ni.
Preaching, 11:00 a. m.
Cass Meeting, 2:30 p. m.
Hp worth League, 7:00 p. m.
Preaching, 7:45 p. m.
Literal y Tuesdays 8:00 p. m.
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, 8:00
Class Meeting, Thursdays 8:00 p.m.
Porno- 11th and Highland, J. M.
ORIGIN OF "MEAL MONDAY."
Time When Students of Ed'nburgh
University Led Strenuous !,ife.
Students in the Scottish universities
enjoyed their ".Meal Monday" Feb. 9.
but few of the undergraduates remem
bered how the holiday was Instituted.
In the far-off days, when learning was
really nourished on "a little oatmeal."
the students, before leaving home for
the universities, provided themselves
with a ipiantity of meal, sutliclent to
make "halosome parrltch" half
through the session. Hy the end of
January th ir "meal kists" had run
low and "a day off" was given in which
the student was rxpected to journey
half-way home, meeting at this oint
his parent or brother, who brought
with him a second load of the simple
diet. The holiday was fixed on a Mon
day, so as to allow the undergraduate
the benefit of the proccding Saturday
In times past the journeys would often
extend to fifty or Fixty miles. The
mordorn student goes home for
"Altai Monday," but he travels with
a railway ticket and has no thought
of the painful Journeys of his ances
tors. Tha Best Time to Buy.
A man who has a speaking acquaint
ance w ith John I). Itockel'elb r met
him the other day as ho left the
Standard Oil building to enter bis car
riage. He stopped the financier with
a direct question: "When do you think
would lie n good time for inn to buy
St. Paul, Mr. Itockefeller?" As he
stepped into the carriage. Mr. Kocke
tidier replied. "Oct ween 10 and 3,"
And these are market hours every
Wants to Cultivate Lobster Beds.
Robinson Crusoe's Island, Juan Fer
nandez, is surrounded by lobster beds
so productive that a fortune
awaits some man who will start a can
ning establishment there. So, at least,
says Juan Calasaff. a native or Chill,
who now lives on the island, and has
Just come to the United States In
search of the capital needed for the
enterprise. The Island now has 180
Inhabitants, but none of them has suf
ficient means to gather the rich har
vest of lobsters that the nine months'
open season makes possible.
Everything Pertaining to Mt.
How much do you know about
the qualities of A Piano or other
Musical Instrument ?
Couldn't you te deceived easily
in that matter?
Nine out of ten people can be,
and therefore trusi to the honesty
of the dealer.
How importent then, that you
buy from a house with a reputa
tion of many years behind it.
This is the oldest and largest
music house in the West.
1923 Market Street,
ST. LOUIS, Ma
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
Oysters in any Style. Services strictly
Brat-class. Ladles and Oents din up
talrs. Z. T. JORDAN, Manage
Shave or Hair Cut or Shampoo
C. A. Evens' Barber Slvop
For Jirjt clem toor(.
107 F. 1 4th St. Kansas City, Mo.
CREWS H CAMPBELL
806 and 808 East Ulh St.
Barber Shop and
Hot and Cold Baths.
AM the choice brands of cigars
Robert Simpson, H. M. Ken
nedy, Allan Bates, Barbers.
Mra. Battle Jordan
Can be found at her old
stand at 419 Cherry St......
Dressmaking and Plain Sew
ing Old Clothes Made
W. B. RAYMOND
Lieen5ol Kunnrnl Fur
nislic.r and Enibulmer.
No Extra C.liarfte For Work In
Kanitf!. I tty, MtMourl.
31 MINNESOTA AVE.
Tel. 32 Wat. Kdnuu City, KantAi
Is directing, instruct
ing how we shall
best serve you.
a a a
and broad daylight
methods arc yours
for comfort and
Where Ihire'i A!i 5nr.tih,rg Goirr.
She' Wanted to Know.
A Chicago dentist tells this story:
"Some years ago a young woman re
cently from the Emerald isle called at
my office to have some dental work
done. I examined her teeth and found
that among them was one so badly
wasted that It was not worth filling. I
told her this. 'How long,' she asked,
'do you think It would last If It were
filled?' 'I have no Idea,' I replied.
'Not very long, anyway.' 'Well, how
long do you think?' she persisted. 'I
cannot say,' 1 returned. 'I would not
guarantee It for any length of time.'
Still anxious and determined to secure
a favorable and definite answer, she
asked: 'Will It last longer than you
think It will?' "
C. H. COUNTKE, Mgr. W. D. CODHTEB
TEL. 780 GRAND.
Carriages and flowers furnished fot
'764 Telephone 17s
First-Claw Work & Prompt Delivery.
708 E, 12th 8t., lansu OitT, Ma,
Fancy & Staple Groceries
Vegetables in Season.
Fresh & Salt Meats.
Teas & Coffees.
t I7th St., Kansas City, M.
J. B. LESTER,
659 GRAND AVE.
Hot and Cold Baths 25c
Largo. Nw I'orrHaln Tubs.
Good barbers. Ul u Call.
For Good Service in
Grocery and Meat
Business . . .
CALL UP 455 GRAND
WILL DO THE REST
S. W. COR, 2IST suid SUMMIT.
L. W. SUMPTER & SON,
Tel. 261 Main. 609 Main St.
Curly Hair Made Straight By!
take from urn
BErona ami after tkeatueivT.
gOZONIZED OX MARROW
5 ?hlfi wonderful hair pomade ! the only tafo
ft prtniarattou In the world tbut make fcluky or
curiy Hair turauffut itauwn aiKT. 11 nour-
Z fallinn out or breaking off, cure dandruff and
Tg riiiikes the hair grow Ion and ailky. PoldOTor
fort y years and uKed by tboutandfi. Warraoted 4
AV barmleM. Tostircutiialu free on requent. H i
m wm the flrt ireiarntioD eer sold for i
utralphtoninn klDky hair. Beware of Iralta j
lA tion.. Hi t th OrlsTlMl OsoailKal 4m
j: Marrow aathe pen nine never fall to keep S
the bair Rtralpht. fiufl and beautiful. A toilet
5 nwesMlty tot ladle, gentlenjen and children. 45
2 KleaTaatlT prfunied. The Krea,t advantage of m
i iuib wonnf riui poiunae is inai vj tin use you y5
' can at raltrhten your own hair at home. Owlns -A
tolUftuuerlor and 1 anting qualities it t the 3
Z best and mont economical, it It not iKWslnle 3
iurnywny id pruauee a preparation equaiwi 7
?U it. Kull direction! with every bottle. Only AO
& un ftO cents fur one bottle or 1.40 for three Jt,
potties, we pay aa express ehartteR. Hend
fMiMtnl fir dtiiriikt mnnni nrdnr. WrllA wmip
came and address plainly to
OZONIZED OX MARROW CO..
j6 Wabuta Avenue. Chicago, llllnol.
- bU-tw rnr i
H. D. SIMMONS, OPTICIAN,
A LETTER FROM MISS SUSIE BOGOS.
No. 730 Charlotte, St.
Kansas City, Mo., Aug., 1902.
American Mutual Aid Association, St. Louis. Mo.
Gentlemen: I want to thank you for the promptness In the payment
of the claim that was due me for the time that I was seriously ill, and I
also want to thank your agent, Mr. G. A. Clay, for his regular attention to
me ,and your doctor for his visiting me every day while 1 was sick, which
waa a great saving for me since it cost me nothing.
Yours for success,
We don't go around boasting about what we have done; we allow
others to do this.
ThOBe persons who feel that they should be Insured against accident
and sickness, we courteously Invite you to investigate all companies of
this nature, and If you find any one among tbem that will afford you the
privileges, and benefits that we do, then we appeal to you to go In to such
company; but If not, then we throw open our books for your enrollment
Whether you would be Insured or not, call to see us; we would be pleased
to post you on the laws of fraternal Insurance.
O. A.CLAY. Organizer, 1106 Charlotte St
W. C. COMBS, Examiner, 110 Charlotte, St
to points tn
Jlnd the Southeast, and to
Jlnd the Southwest.
llcuilt-d Information lo excursion dates,
rale, train icrvice, etc., fumiihcd upon appU
Asii.tant iiencral I'a.tenKcr Agent,
Kansai City, Mo.
FAST MAIL SERVICE
A GOOD THING
PUSH IT ALONG
The Train Service of the Missouri
Tho four flyers that leavo Kansas
City I'nion ileiKit dally for St. Louis
and all points Eist note the leaving
time: i):.r0 a. m., 1:10 p. m., 9:13 p. m.
and 10: 45 p. m. No other line from
Kansas City offers to the traveling
public such train service via St. Louis.
Note the new departure of the fast
mall nt 1:10 p. m. orlves in St. Louis
at 10 p. m.; close connections In St.
Louis with tho Grand Union stations
with Krstern nnd South-eastern
trains. The only lino leaving Kansas
City after tho Operas. Ixiilge meetings
and Sunday night Church service, at
10:45 p. m. nnd arriving in St Louift
i t 7:20 a. m., in timo for all Eastern
9:55 p. ni. 10:50 a. m.x Omaha & St.
Elegant equipment. Pullman Sleep
era and Compartment cars; Reclining
Chcir cars, (all ser.ts free). For all
information nnd tickets call at
Union Depot and 921 Main St.,CltyOfflc.
K. S. JKWETT, Pass. &, Ticket Agent.
Enthusiasm wins half the battle.
t1l8 CAMPBELL IT, K. C. M0.
Thlm la m Colored Man.
ajyom Tea lad Free
Solid Cold snd Gold tilled Eye Glnt and
SpecUclei for tile on Eiy Payment,.
I I88O 1890 1900 I
Sales: 12000 59946 15057a I
BBL& BBLS. BBLS. I