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If Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son
THE SON HAS PLANNED TO DE
VOTE A SPECIAL COLUMN TO
THE INTEREST OF RELIGIOUS
AND CHURCH. NEWS AND
ALSO TO LODGES AND
.Mr. .1. F. Craig, a member of the
Second Baptist church and u high Ma
son will have charge of church and
lodge news. Mr. Craig Is a hlblicul
scholar and fully competent to render
efficient sarvice. A young minister
of the educated type, and has the
highest respect and good will cf.a
host of friends. All churches, lodges
etc., are requested to make out your
schedule and bring it into the office
of the Son, No. HI 4 R. 1 2t Ii street.
Doth phones 7X' main and grand.
.1. F. chak;.
Upeorter of Lodges and Churches.
"THE BUDDING GENIUS."
A good club for the literary and so
cial Interest, of the race. The officers
and niejubers of this organization are
men and women of literary ability
and good social standing. A very
bright future is predicted for these
young people who (look up with high
ideals. Members are only received upon
a written application and it presented
fine week previous to the tlmo or ac
tion. President Mr. Amos Smith,
Vice President Mr. S. V. Whit ting.
Secretary Miss Yersinia Muse, Treas
urer Mrs. Hester Owens. The club
renders three programs during the
month to which visitors are cordially
The organization is preparing for
their grand affair of the 28 Inst. They
will give the first banquet In the din
ing room of the Hotel Compton. The
club has adopted The Rising Son as
their official organ, which all other
literary clubs and social parties have
the privilege of doing.
They had a very excellent program.
Rendered Thursday Evening, March 7.
Chorus Hy Club.
Invocation S. W. Whining.
Chorus Uy Club
Violin Solo, piano nccoinpaniant
Miss Iteulah Starks & Mr. H pence.
Pres. Inauguration Address Mr. A.
Piano Solo Miss Starks
Recitation ' The Widow's Dream"
Mrs. Hester Owens.
C. L. Miller.
Mrs. Luvenia Slolts.
Paper Value of Friends Mr. A. Payne
Critic's Report Mr. S. W. Whitting
Music Miss Starks & Mr. Spence.
The following visitors were present
and made speeches that were encour
aging to the club.
Mr. W. Dawson, Husiness Manager i
of the Son.
Prof. I M. Tillman. Mr. W. H. Owens,
Mr. Earl Johnson and Mr. W. M.
All Negroes who don't desire this
paper please notify tills office 7SU M.
and 7S0 0. Don't wait until our col
lector comes around. This paper is
going to the front by tho good loyal
Negroes who want an enterprising
Negro Journal. This paper cannot
exist on air and news. We must have
the money. Please take notice.
Emery. Bird. Thayer Co.. Brown- jj
Z ing BL King. Nebraska Clothing Co.. 2
jj Stevenson's. Hubbard's Shoe, Store
2 and all the largest white business
firms advertise with us.
5 Iteeause, our circulation Is tw ice the combined circulation of all
the other Negro weekly newspaper, lieshles, n sp. tiding of ten years
in the community, from a point of authenticity we are foremost. From
? 8 poiut of educations! instructiveneiiS we stand preeminent, "uirrep.
resentativos sre the most Intelligent Negroes in the journalistic field of
" today. Our circulation is increasing at n wonderful rapidity, and a
soon us it reaches the 10,000 mark we will change it into u daily, lio
JJ on. Rising Son, keep on Rising!
Chicago. March H. I!n7.
As per request of Prof. T. W. Ii.
Williams, our Kansas ( iiy agent, we
are herewith enclosing to you some
printed information pertaining to the
Muck Diamond Development company.
The pamphlet of the managers report
of November H covers quite a Ills
t ry of the lilack Diamond Develop
ment coup.iuy from the date of in
corporation up to that time, which
will give you a very good Idea of what
this company has done.
Since the issuing of this report I
wish to say that well No. tl has been
drilled and finished and proves to be
another good gas well: also the con
necting up of our wells to the Kansas
! Vfifiii'iil rutin mi ti v'm t.ltw? liti.i litiu
been pushed with all energy and is
Tills work would have been com
piled much sooner, but account of the
high water in the Neosho river and
the bad weather which has prevailed
in Kansas for siveral weeks, we
have been unable to get pipe delivered
from the city of Chanute, to our prop
erties, six miles east.
Fred A. West cot t, our manager, just
returned from the Kansas field last
Wednesday where he spent several
days looking after the interns of the
ce:iipuny. and the work that is being
done is certainly very gratifying, and.
barring accidents and unavoidable de
lays Kansas City will be burning
Hlack Diamond company's gas within
the next "u days.
F.very (stockholder will join us in
JAMSSTOWN EXPOSITION NOTES
W. (. Smith, artistic painter and
interior decorator, of Cleveland.
Ohio, will have an interesting ex
hibit of designs made especially for
this occasion. lie has had twenty
years of active experience- .and stands
high in his calling one in which few
men of the race are engaged, lie
has had charge of the Interior decora
tion of many public auditoriums and
private- dwellings in different sections
of the country, and his work is eti
tiivly satisfactory. The embellish
ment of the St. Thomas Kpiscopaal
church In Chicago and the beauti
ful decorations in the home of the
late Senator M. A .Hanna In Cleve
land, are samples of what lie cau lo
in his line. At Jamestown. Mr. Smith
will have two artistic celling designs,
two types of mural decoration, and
five panels, showing five different
grains of wood used in making up th
r ions kinds.
in buildings of vu-
Mrs. D. A. C. Jones, of Washing
ton. I). C. an 'crgetic business wo
man, who entered the hotel business
twenty years ago with fifty cents and
has now amassi I a fortune of over
$Tu.0iiii, is colic -ting an unique ex
hibit, and will g ve much of her time
to the work of making the Negro de
part iiient a slice ss.
In 1 770, when the Colonial army un
for It Reaches More
KANSAS CITY, MO., SATURDAY, MARCH Hi, UK)1
rejoicing over the good work which
has been done by tills company in its
tirsl year id' existence, and the grand
siiecoos we have made.
The time will conic in the near fu
ture when the ha. ne of hlack Did
mond Development, company will be
heralded in every com:liunity through
out the I'tilted States as one of I lie
grand successes achieved by !iace.
(ireenbacks and tirit."
The Hlack Diamond Development
company Is another strong example of
cooperation and consolidation of
bruins, money and energy, to which
ever ystockholder has contributed his
or her share in building Its success.
In regard to there heng any slock
for sale wilt say. that there is a small
amount of stock which can lie had it
taken tit once, pi ice being :!.V pel
share with an allowance of ! per
cent discount for cash In amounts of
$n(i.iiii or more.
In addition to this will say that
there will be no stock for sale in a
very short time as the company's fi
nances are in good condition, as with
the amount of stock now under con
tiacl will have sufficient money for
all necessary needs to put eu a divi
dend paving basis, and consequently
the sale of slock will be closed as soon
as the last share of this block ol
stock is contracted for.
Hoping you will give litis mailer
your Immediate consideration and ad
vise me of vour wishes, I remain,
der General (ieoige Washington
moved forward to overtake the Itrit
isli under (ieneral dales, a gun of
curious make was left at tho camp,
w hich happened to be on I lie outskirts
of a farm owned by a colored man.
John Lewis by name. This gun.
which has been preserved in the fam
ily of John Lewis as a sacred heir
loom, has been kindly loaned to the
Negro Kxhiliit. and will lie found in
tile Negro Building At Jamestown.
Scores of relics of the Revolution
ary and Civil Wars, related to inci
dents in which Negroes have had a
part will lie among the striking ex
hibits in tin' Negro lluildiiig at
The field agents are asking promi
nent citizens of the various stales lo
co-operate with them in the work of
collecting exhibits, and are ineetinu
Willi favorable responses at the hands
of the substantial people everywhere.
In answer to numerous requests,
the Committee states (hat there are
no funds to be used in paying per
sons for making exhibits for miscel
laneous advertising, holding meet
ings, etc. All of tiie available funds
are used in the construction and
maintenance of the building at James
town, the einploynieJiit of the few
field agents for the transportation of
exhibits to the building. .Much of
the work done by individuals must,
of necessity, be a labor of love and a
contribution to a cause which carries
I benefits In w hich ovrTy member ' o
I lie race w ill share ill cuqal propor
1 t Dm.
!! A $2,000 RALLY.
l! The following business and pro
I fessional men of Kansas City have
I rlgnified their willingness to assist
1 the V. M. C. A. in raising $J.hmi by
tin first of June us a building fund.
. That the public may know who Is in
I t' tested in this effort we will print
I tne mimes and the amounts paid in
I (ash und pledged to be paid by June
I first. The ministers, physicians, teach-
ers. harbors, ma. I carriers, posioffici'
! employees, hotel men, police and fire
I, Fx'cutive Hoard V. M. C A.: IM
' wa'd Ross, James A Lee. John Hun
' 'lonl. ) C. Kilby, I. Hues Fold. .1 W.
. ; Robt rts.
Rev. Itrown, pastor of the M. Iv
church preached a noble sermon last
Homes of Colored People than any othei Paper
night, it being his last sermon for
this conference year.
Rev. Mrs. FHimie Itrown and daugh
ter und Mrs. Cox are visiting in Den
Miss Ida Tucki r who has hoiyi
quite ill since the death of her lather
is able lo leave her home again.
The churches are hnviiig quite a
success here Willi protiactiil effort.
1V. Phchix has quile a ptactic
here, we hope Hie report about him
going to leave our city isn't true.
Parents' open vour eyis. it will
sunn lip time to elect (. idlers again.
Prof. China and wife of Cla-co
visited in our city Sunday.
CAPT. WEBER EXONERATED.
Capt. Weber at No. 1 Police Sla
linu vho was up before the Hoard on
the charge ol Allowing (iainhling ;
lie conducted in building of which I
is onwer was completely exoner
ated lo the general satisfaction of
the entire community. The Negio s
were especially pleased lo have su h
a man retained on the force. Ilesbbs
Jlis ong years of successful service.
lffebas been a good, friend of .the
Negroes. He has helped the good
Negro citizen to gel lid of I he lad
Negro. In his dealings wiih the
Negroe-i at the Slat ion he has been
entirely fair to the black man. He
has always gives the erring Negro
a chance. The entire Negro race is
gad that he lias been iPtailu'd.
PROGRESS THE WATCHWORD OF
A. T. MHOliC.
The A. T. Moore I Inb I lal-lng Co.,
at iv.'ii I-:. 1Mb St.. will have one ol
I he finest and most up-to date e,r ili-
I Mi men I ol its kind Ibis side of Ihc
Mississippi river, when they compleii
the beautiful new four loom briik
addition which i now belnu con-
striiilcd, and luaUe all the repairs in
the adjacent building which h.lvi
been COIileilllll.lleil Mr Moote win
is at the head of thai firm Is an
em i j.et ii . alul thrifty Ineiiios man.
He c.iinc lo the city a few vial's aro,
since which time lie has demons 1 1 at d
lo the woibl his ability as an i m
hahiM r ami a funeral ilii ei tor
The Son lik-hly complements Mr
Monie s strong rai e pride; he dei la'e.,
and insisi.s ihai ihe race should stand
by i li N1T10 business enterprises and
pal roiii.'c them.
The heauly of this is that be is
pulling Into practice what he
pleaching. All the men now ai woil.
in the consi rial ion of the new nnild
Ing: such a-i stone masons., luhu
layer-, carpenters and etc , are No.
gl'oe- The new additions will iost
over $1.1111111111, and will be of gnat
i relit to the race and 1 cuiiiiiinity.
The 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 11 - arrangement of I In
cepal lliu ills, the plans, ami etc., aie
Ihe id"a- of Mr. Moore. The follow,
inu brief description will f:ive a
(.'I lid . J Id". 1 of the plai e
Tli-'i" is priv-i.ie office and n-i ep
lion room with lady artcii'tan. ?'re
chaiMi in which will be ihe uncial
fancy glass ;diow caes built in. 111 ihe
flour to the ceiling. The stale r 0111
is tieAt in rotation, th 11 coics tho
murine To I lie east of these two
I i ; -Kk
room will be the tilming roo.n.
workshop and storage n 11:11. 'i o lie
vve-t wi.l be a long hall leading from
the dial lo to lack end of the build
in;. 11 he sla'e ik in, morgue and 'J10
.'impel each w ill have doilideelitialice;
one from the hall ami one tiom room
'Ihe race should fool very proud 10
Know lit. 11 the eMablishuie.it will at
fold just as good a comiui idat ions as
can In given I y tiny regardless 1 I
An allien- In the National Minor
saying. ('online Pros, have pur
chased The Wising Son. ami that they
L'ol it fiotu teliable source I .-t 11 1
out by saying thai it is absolute l.il.-e-hood.
an I there could have hceu 110
reliable source save myself. Mr. Win.
T. Washington the owner of The Uis
iug Son rents a pint ion of our build
ing. He also pays Ills rent I have
had Ihe highest respect for the genll -
inen of the National Mirror, lull I
say that they have greatly deceived
tin- by publishing this article without
ascertaining the truth. Not only c'n
I ue this manner of denial, out I
called Mr. Ilailey up asl.iui: him to
repule the statement. If Mr Viaiby
or Harris is jealous of Mr Washing
ton I wished they would not use niv
name In order lo get back at him.
Hoping the approval of the mil lie.
Sincerely to the public,
C. II. C( lI'NTFi:. of countce tro.
Mr. Percy D. Crump another of the
young men who lias joined the His
ins: Son. Mr. Crump will have charge
of all soliciting and all Hie p.'int ing.
In addition to the publication of news,
we are endeavoring to do all the
printing of cards, booklets, programs.
and stationary. Mr Crump is an
oihcr iiiodiict of Kansas Cilv. a giad
iiale of Lincoln llii'li School, and
young man who took the business
ionise ai St. Joseph, Mo., and com
ideied it in I I months. Tin- 1 olon d
people of ibis cilv should le. I proud
of the Cjc'l th,,! i,js piipci is cat It
wing on lis staff such Intelligent
voting men Mr. Crump can be found
in the oliiie anv time you led like
calling upon hint and have any buM
uess 10 t rausai I in his line.
The colored grocerman is located
al 'i-'l Independence Ave. with a
ficsli slock of fancy r.roi ' ics and
sail lucal s. ( i e him a 1 all It
Mr. Iloiare W. I'obbn Is- Society
lalttor of -he Wising Son. Any one
having parties or social gatlii-rinus,
phase 'phone 70 Main or 7S0 Orund
ami we will send to your residence
lo lake nil account of the proceed
ings. Mr Ldward Ha her, Jr., f collector j
lor 1 lit- Wising Son. Please pay him
your subscription and tell him where (
lie can gel a new subscription. Now
don t give him the same old song that.!
you stopped the papir six months ago
01 ordered it stopped.
Stolen sweets are often hard to di
gest. The more you try to please some
poonle ihe greater will be your falttrc.
There Is usually but one end to a
womnn 's line of toll; and that Is thoj
The supply of adjjectives In the Kit-j
glish l.iiiL-uage is found insutficlciit :
for tin- girl lo properly describe her j
Many a man growls a good deal!
about having to support a wife who!
works eighteen hours a day trying to
help support him.
in the State.
THE SCHOOL LUNCH
APPETIZING AND DAINTY FOR
Many Little Things That Will Afford
a Welcome Change in the Noon
day Repast of the Small
Girl and Boy.
S ANliWlCHKS. - -Chop very lin-
some cooked ham or old corn beef or
tonuue with a little lal Mi one tea
spoonful of dry mustard and one salt
spooulul of salt with cold water to t
paste, add a tablespootitul of cleaned
butler. Spread thin slices of bread
with Ihe iiiiisliinl and btitiei paste,
then spread Willi the ham. tongue or
cot lied beef.
Al'Pl.i: SANDW ICIIL'S After pe..
ing the apples, allowing one lor -i
saiulwhich, chop them up tine with a
little celery, one stalk to ail apple,
mixed in Ileal into Ihe yolk of an
egg a I it 1 1 mustard, oil and viucgai.
utakiii'-a paste thinner than uiayoii
liaise' Season lo taste with sail and
pepper and mix Willi the chopped ap
pie and celerv . Spread between two
I. nets of mill buttered In cad Peai
sandwiches may .il-o be made in lie
same w ii v .
Fit; AND M l SANDWIf UTS
After coring Ihe dried llgs. chop into
hue bus Willi anv kind id available
nuts. Add enough cieaiu to lot tit into
a paste These sandwiches cannot be
kept fioin one day lo another
F.;: S WDWICIILS rier hard
boiling several eggs, sepal ale thevolks
fioin while ami season lo taste with
salt ami pepper I'oilt' on enough olive
oil lo I'm 111 a paste. Sptcad onto thin
Iv cut and hutlcicd slices ol biend.
l ake halt the w hues and a few pickles.
Chop into tine bits and sptiuklc on top
the egg pasie Then la on another
sin e ol In cad
W VI KWCIil.SS SWDWICIIKS
Chop Into Hue bus an soil ol avail
able meal, ham pieletred Let the
waleiciess he fresh and cilsp Pull
Ihe leaves I10111 Ihe stems and cover
with a I tenili dressing I'll si spread
he chopped meal 011 the blend and
then lav on the waieniess. which
should be allowed to drain in a plate
for a few minutes hcfoic being spread
All oiange sliced thiough the middle
and spiinklcit with powdeieil sugar,
then laid between slices of In cad.
makes a delicious and rclieshlng sand
wich. It li:i UK S WDWICHKS -When
Hie hakcit beans ate pellecllv
cold make a tail diesslng ol 'oil and
vlticga r. slight I y dampen I hi- hea lis and
spread between slices of buttered
FISH SALMI S WDWICH I lo
cold lish should be dressed exactlv
as Ihe beans, with u little Fieiicli
CWKAM CIIKKSK SANDWICH
This is veiv easy lo hx. It being neces
sary meielv lo spread the cheese onto
the htcad lii icgiinl lo bread it n
belter to use alieiiialely while an I
brown Inc. el
Nothing a-lils mote lo a meal man
a pteitv or unusual way of solving tin
ever useful pnia'o A plain potato
salad iwhich is alwavs much better in
lextnie and flavor when tin- potatoes
ate baked Instead of boiled 1 seems far
nioic elaborate when scivcd in Hie po
tato shells, and these are really pret
ty when propel ly prepared. For any
suit of slutting. Ihe potatoes should In
of uniform sl.e, and large rather than
small, since ihe latgi-r ones are easier
to handle; the novice had best practice
on a few Hi st until the lingers become
deli in handling, lor the tirst few tu
apt to he spoiled ill removing the In
terior or in lelillltig the shells.
Make a svmp ol four tablespoon
fills of water and four tatilespooufuls
of sim.it'. add tin- rind of one halt lem
011, two 1 loves, one inch of stick cinna
mon : cook ten minutes; then drop into
the svtup six bananas cut Into fourths.
It Is best to cook just enough pieces
id' lianunl a' a time to cover the hot
torn of lie- sauce pan. When tin
fruit becomes 1 1 anspaunt and soft,
take it up caiefully, put into a pretty
dish and pour over the syrup. Cool
and serve with whipped cream sll'J
sweetened aud flavored with lcimoo.