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THE RISING SON
WM. T. WASHINGTON,
Editor and Owner,
Office, 914 E. Twelfth St.
PuMiKhul Evrry rlc
RISING SON PUB. CO.
Cell 'Phone 'SO Crtuid
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Strlct'y pall In iilvanr.
Cnlr.1 at th !! I office t Kansas
City. s aVcjrid C'liifs Mutter.
Correnonilor; wantd In ry city
ini tuwr in tli.. M;,l-. Wrtt.-
Ail r.-ws n.tu r imthII fr p-ib'l-eation
tvi'd ryu h .ir . . f r i not :.iir
thn T i-'..i. ' f h --k. m l mum
t sicr.e1 ty t!i" r.tr n-t f r p uil
tttkn bit a (uMMff r.f authority.
.1 FKANKI.1X CKAKJ.
Tor one Inch, una u. r'.'n I
( f i.i.e itn 1. eai h el';.. ni nl In-
JVr tJ Inchfi. thru- ni -nths
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Kef l iiicM-a. iwi-ivr niuMh
Oldest Negro Journal
In Kansas City
The paid circulation of THE
RISING SON is more than
double the combined circulation
of all the other Kansas City
Colored weekly newspaper.
WHI. hoys, did II '.
It Is to he rpgrpttcd that Negrova
do not like to see each other grouper.
Just Monday evening: lorao Jealous
Negro who diil not like to nee Mr.
J.ifV: Fields Kettlnc along so nirely in
the restaurant btiKlness set fire to his
jibre nt PI2 K. 12th St. The culprit
x!iou!d be raiiKht and punished. The
Son Is very gla.l that Mr. Fields is
f t i . I ulle to do business.
NOTICE! NOTICE! NOTICE!
The Rising Son was late this week
on account of election.
W. IUWSO.V. Hue. Mgr.
Mr Win. J. Campltcll received a
splendid ndnrseniiit by his election
us hlieriff of Jackson county. The
Negroes gave him a great support.
Why? Itecause Mr. Campbell is a
great friend of the colored people.
Kditor Rising Son: My family con
gratulated you on that very intelligent
pi-e which upiieared In your paper
on the youiig High scIiihj! girls and
boys and the dancing academy. It
was timely and deserves notice.
ALL FOR WANT OP HATPIN.
Kansas City. Mo, liec. 9. I:u7.
Mr. Kditor: Dear Sir Kudosed you
will find a dollar for six months' sub
scription. This is to tdiow ;ny appre.
elation of your paper. I heartily ap
preciate the article on the High school
pupils, and more no the girls. I have
two girls tnslf. Send mv paper to
1SH Ma lison. SAItAH HARRIS.
Disagreeable Experience te Two In
The woman who had just purchased
a "transformation" had a rather dis
agreeable experience the first time
the wore It to church. Happening to
bow too low at one point of the aerr
Ice. her bat slid off. carrying her wig
with It and exposing the little wisp of
hair which was all that was left of
her natural crown of glory and which
was screwed up in a most unbecoming
fashion. A relative, kneeling beside
her, madV a dive for the chapeau and
succeeded In recovlng and replacing
It before ita loss had been noticed.
But the "transformation" had disap
peared. After awhile a man In tte
pew In front reached for his handker
chief, which he bad placed Inside his
hat on hassock. His hand became
entangled In something which appar
ently moved. It was the "transforma
tion," but he thought only of mice,
and gave vent to his surprise and dis
comfiture in some tinnielodlous sound
that greatly scandalized the congregation.
Formerly known a
Now U the time of year to swear
off your bad habits. Let us make a
We are glad the Negro business
places are doing so well.
The Rising Son Co.: Woild "U
please send me the Rising Son for one
year. Send your collector around for
the money. Please send Ine the copy
with the article on the young High
school boys and girls, as I have heard
a great deal of praise concerning the
article and I would like to read it.
MRS. JKSSIK SIMMS.
721 Holmes St.
The Rank and File Republican club
polled over two hundred votes in the
eighth ward, by bard and persistent
efforts. I it-tail w ork is w hat counts.
A machine to nn smoothly musi '
have every wheel working harmotii- I
oiisly. So it was in the sheriff's elee-
Turn. K very body was pulling together
THE ELDORIA HOTEL AND CAFE
' NEATLY FURNISHED AND UP-TO-
DATE. ROOMS FULLY EQUIPPED
FOR COLORED PEOPLE. MEALS
IF DESIRED AT THE MOST REA
SONABLE RATES. 1720-2224 EAST
18th ST. ON CAR LINE. CALL
AND BE CONVINCED.
MRS. S. GRIFFIN, PROP.
The late Rev. It. R. Howard, of
Newton. Mass., a good old preacher ot
the Methodist persuasion, officiated
one day at a funeral at Auburndale,
and at the close had a word of Inquiry
and advice, as Is the local custom,
With many of those present.
Among others he approached a lady,
stranger to him. who was visiting
In the neighborhood, and. after shak
ing hands, asked ber if she was on
the way to heaven.
"Yes," she promptly answered, "and
if you come that way I should be
pleased to have you call."
The good old man. horrified at such
eeming levity, turned away, without
reply, when a friend, sitting near, re
monstrated with Mr. . who, still
more horrified at ber mistake, said
she understood him to ask If she was
on her way to Hudson, where she
tntimirrnil Kinr rami.
IA1H tii t It 6 put a p la say atria
tSuirad tpjalatept with iia tenet a. a
. roraVsHafr Panada was fofBaertr X
kaowa aaOZOMIZED OX MARROW" aaals T
X onlr wsxs prep ratio know to tba W
IBM! BID amy OF TWWMT BaUr imilll, M
V aOWaa DOTS, IH IBH tl BM1 OT
bora. afcrak klaky or rjjr hair soft
-v pllakw -n'l mf to eoiBb. Th tvaaiM X
X mmj b oototnod from ov rUBiottw, I to 4 X
X voUIm ftr allr amflelont for ifMr. Tn T
m pru dMdnf, rlta Itching, lavic m
m orww mo aivaaip, wjof D oir rrom iuhm m
2v on! or broolttnc off. BikN it crow ood, bi X
X noarliblQC row, girot H now Itf and X
X iror. b1dc cti.tiy ptrliac. od X
W haftrmlootv, It u m ioili o?rltw for Ifttfi., V
4 MBtlenai Md ehtldroo. rora'i Hair . S
X ioc .boat KM. and UbL "OZONIZRL OX X
X MARROW." wm r(ltrd la tbo Viu4 X
W HttmlM PatMl OAatJa. Ita. 1MTA Vial itiaa In arat
ror4' iU att mit the hair BTK A 10 HT,
SOITT and I U A BLR- Bowr of Itrltatlons.
4 Rnmbr l- ordfa Hair Vma4la is
In Chiraco and by at. Th coaotno baa tha
Iffnatar. Cbatit Ford, Prcat. oa earn pab
taa-a. It4fa all ntbara. Pall dlractlons with
very bottle, trie only 60 eu. Bold by
drttatrUta and delra. If voar dnewtat or
X dealer ean aot sapply yon, he can ft It X
X y front hi Jobber orVholetale dealer X
or tend nt OU eta. for one bottle postpaid, or
1.44 for thrf b-ttiesi or B4.AO for it bft
tlee.eipraeapaid. We pay poataar andeipwae
i eharB to all point In 17. B. A. When ordr-
. i nar itaa aMMUi or asvnraaB mnoiT nraer. ana
, aientlon name of thla paper. Writ yoar X
ham and avddreaa blmlnlv to 7
The Ozonized Ox Marinw Co.
CVaiM tinuin withtut mf ttHaturt)
153 E. KIHZIE ST. CHICAGO, ILL.
A tenia wanted everywhere.
The Bearded Lady (horrified) En
gaged to the Ossified Man. My dear
tblld, why la the world did you take
luch a step?
The Circassian Girl He said it
jrould break him all up If I refused
tim and you know I couldn't bear to
lee the poor fellow go to pieces!
Nicely furnished rooms for rent
lady or gentleman 1223 Vine.
HAVE Tiou A LARGE ABDOMEN?
If so wear the C. Y. C. corset, which
has an apron that reduces and sup
ports the abdomen and gives a beauti
ful form. Made to order at 723 E.
11th st. Phone 1310 Grand.
This is the time of tear for every
one to be happy. Many, many hitn-
lrt-d yi-iirs auo. t'hrict. the Son of God.
und the babe of the Virgin Mary, was
born. Now, wh,-n Jcmis was born in
Hetlib-hem of Jnl.-a in the days of
Herod, the kirn;, le-hold there ram
wis- men from tin- East. :t lut; :
'Where Is Il" that is born kinn of
the .lews? Kor have seen IiIh star
in the Hast, and are eome in worship
him." Ever since then, thousands.
is millions, have come to worship
Mm. This is the time fur rejoicing:
.li sus. our Savior is born.
l'care on earth. koo.I will touard
men. Everybody should take this sin
eerelv to heart and ipiit all this wraiiK
linu. Yes. stop all tlils tiluhtitm
throughout the entire worM. Oh. is
it not a hleitiK to have some one to
carry all your troubled; to bide you
from all dancer, to shield you from
tour e-neiiii.-s? Let all pray that the
lay will come when we will all find
rest on the downy bosom of Christ.
Tile child thai was horn that day shall
shield us from all .hinder like the
KP-at pyramids of Esypt. He shall
stand with us throughout the u. of
time. Pax Vobiscum: Peace be jou!
With Us; Willi everyone;
Possibly by reason of some mysteri
ous defect in the national character
Americans seem to have little appreci
ation of the value of trecB. The des
truction of f uresis has gone on apace
for many years, and even now that the
absolute necessity of protecting the re
maining tracts is generally recognized,
it Is only with great difficulty that
legislation to this eud is secured. Al
though the establishment of Arbor day
has been regarded as an effective
means for cultivating the appreciation
of trees, there Is siill nothing like the
sentiment there oukM to be against
their wanton destruction.
Just Missed It.
An elderly woman who had, during
' the course of a somewhat eventful
' life, buried four husbands, encounter
ed at the nates of the cemetery where
they reposed an old but timid lover,
whom she had not seen for ears. She
took him Inside and showed him not
without a feeling of pride the well
kept tombstones of her former lords
and masters. "Ah, James," she re
marked, feelingly, "you might have
been lying there today if you had
only had a little more courage."
Mr. Campbell is a splendid harac
ter and in the Eighth Ward has
aluas stood for the negro.
We do not believe at this off year
that there should be u change in the
nllice of Sheriff.
ANOTHER NEW ODDFELLOW
A ne iv lod-e of the Grand Order of
Oddfellows was instituted here last
Saturday evening nt Oddfellows Hall
under the auspices of Gate City Ixidge
No. 4f7'.. with ."' charter members.
Ir. J. E. nibble is nohle grand and
Samuel A. Itobinson is permanent
Good Shoes and Stockings,
Fine Silks and Dress Goods,
Nice Linen, Rugs,
Blankets, Curtains, Etc
Beautiful Fancy Goods. Toys, Dolls
and Pictures. Special Values A Great Sale.
We give "S. & H." Green Trading Stamps.
MITCHELL DRY GOODS COMPANY
"Te Store of the "People"
10094011 Main Street. Kansas City. Mo.
! I it
MRS. NANNIE BIBBS. HAIR DRES
SER. WIGS MADE TO ORDER
FROM REAL HAIR. WIGS AND
BRAIDS OF ALL KINDS BOUGHT
AND SOLD. SAVE YOUR HAIR
THAT IS FALLING OUT; WE WILL
MRS. NANNIE BIBBS,
1607 LYDIA AVE.
BELW 'PHONE, 4688 GRAND.
The little leaves caiue fluttering down.
They looked like sparrows flying to
It is very sad to see the leaves de
parting from the trees,
Leaving the mother that born them to
To make shade in sunshine for me
ny I.. A. Allen.
TAYLOR STUDIO COUPON.
Address 11th and Charlotte.
This is good for one photograph for
who has paid one year's subscription.
Mgr. Rising Son.
ISih nd PASCO. KANSAS CITY. M0.
HEADRUARTERS for ALL
XToys. Dry Goods, Shoes, Cloaks, Men's Furnishings, Clothing, Millinery t
"Our Prices Are Right Corner 18th and Paseot
' 1 1 1 1 1 I HIH
Mr. Kelso is making good as col
lector of Rising Son, because the peo
ple are paying him.
Home Phone $37 Mala
' . S B" Phoo 39s Main
MRS. V. L. NORTH
ROOMS WITI HOT AND COLD SATIS.
LUNCIEONS AT ALL I09RS.
1017.19 OAK STREET.
KANSAS CITY, M0,
WE CARRY A BULL LINE OF
Groceries and Fresh Meats
Venetables In Ooason
Orders solicited and delivered.
J. L-. MATSON, lOth and Orova
BELL PHONE, GRAND 1417X
Diamonds, Watches and Fine Jewelry Sold
on Weekly and Monthly Installments
EaglQ JouGlry -Go.
J. F. ALLISON, Mgr.
Phoncsi Home Main 2615
Bell Grand 437
215 E. 12th Street
Kansas City. Mo.
DAVID T. BFALS. PrenldenU
EDWIN W. ZEA. Cashier.
FERNAVDOP. KKAU Vice PreMent.
W. H. SEEOEB. Second Vice PnaOdenb
UNION NATIONAL BANK
Kansas City. Mo.
Condensed Statement, as Made to the Comptroller of the Currency, at
the Close of Business, December 3, 1907.
Loans and discount 7,710,875.95
U. 8. bonds, at
plana bonds a t
par 617.S15.52 1.242.615.52
Cash and due from banks.... 4.20!).512.!)g
Total. . I13.162.S04.45
Above Statement is correct.
Capital stork $ 600.000.00
National bank notes out
E. W. ZEA, Cashier
Directors: C. W. Whitehead. Edward George, I T. James, C. J. SchmeJser. J.
P. Merrill, O. H. Dean. George W. Jones. Lee Clark, (ieorge D. Ford. W. D. John,
son. Kelix 1 LaKorce, David T. Ueals, Fernando P. N'eaU William U. Beefar.
bdwin W. Zea.
For Drugs, Sundries, Cigars and Tobacco go to
John B. Gidinsky,Pti.G.
5th and Grind Ave. KANSAS CITY, MO.
llll 1714 Mill
HOfH 6S1S Mill
Caterers' Cafe TfeMgigJjj
A strictly up-to-date place to carry your company.
Prompt accommodation. First-da?s service.
Open all night After-Theatre Lunches a spe
cialty. MANAGERS Wm. James. AL Grimes.
1223 Baltimore Ave
MODEL B fg
SENSIBLE. USEFUL GIFTS for the HOLIDAYS
Attractively Packed la Haadaone Uaglc Pair Boiea
Thar eoataia mot m4 batter nbbar ibaa any tAhmr mkm. told-r It joaTMtinr
ntWJ parte and aUvng eur4 ad akat caoaot ar ibruur. Tba back
fra artioa pwtaite aaaa aad euaufort mo teaWf wbat potwuom tba body May a wma.
TRET OL'T WEAR TRIE B OIDINAKT KIM DS. WHICB MEANS
THREE TIMES THE SERVICE OP USUAL AO CENT SORTS
Tba MOST COMFOmTJtBLB m4m for mmm. yaata ow bay
( Li(tu. Mif or Lilr. btn WMfbU. Llr Utmg IK tttr 1U
They asalie taespaasiva gifts avanr ssaa, iaatb er boy will iladljrraceiva
EWES A POITER. Dsnt. . 87 Llacela StnX. B.aloa. Haas.
Onr aMful bru. Dm Bvmwnmm Coats aa Cum tnailod for I' piar. lattruetlva
boobtet, "btfte, or Bu to brM CoricraiT." If tf i waat.u Uia puUitmuoa
I fa J
If you have
They Relieve Pain
Quickly, leaving no
of the Little Tablets
and the Pain is Gone,
Never Sold in Bulk