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THE RISIHG 80H.
' A. J. KELSO,
Secretary and Stenographer.
Remember pieane
lt't tne little blu we collect here una t jere
bkt enables u to run from feur to year."
All announcementa and notices arc
ten centa per Hn.
LOCALS.
Mr. John Daughtry and daughter
Leona of Chicago are In tbe city vis
iting friends.
The Inter-8tate was a great suc
cess at Lawrence. Next year let us
all go to Omuha.
Mrs. J. H. Davis of Chicago Is In
the city visiting her mother, Mrs.
Lyle, at 1025 Charlotte.
Mr. Oeorge W. Leave! Is one of the
advertising managers for the Rising
Sun. Give him your "ad."
Mrs; Ida Walker, of St. Joseph, Is
in tbe city from the Inter-Stale Liter
ary which convened at Lawrence.
LABORING MEN'S BOARDING
HOUSE. BEST MEAL8 IN THE
CITY FOR THE MONEY. ROOMS
NEAT AND CLEAN, $2 PER WEEK.
We would like everybody to pay up
tbelr subscription or advertisement,
as there will be some changes in the
working forces of this paper. .
Mrs. C. E. Starr, of Kansas City,
Kansas, who for the past month has
been assisting her husband in the
gas and plumbing business as secre
tary in his office at Kighteenth and
Tracy, is on hands rendering valu
able assistance to him. Call her up
if you need the gas man.
Los Angeles, Oil.
To the Rising Son:
Mrs. Sarah Fields of Kansas City,
Kan., is visiting her brother, N. Hal
loway, of 15C West Thirty-seventh St.,
this city.' Mrs. Fields was entertained
at dinner, December 15, by Mr. and
Mrs. W. T. Garner, formerly of 2220
Flora avenue, Kansas City, Mo. There
were quite a number of friemls pres
ent to meet Mrs. Fields.
A SUBSCRIBER.
SPECIAL XMAS SONG SERVICE
RENDERED AT ST. AUGUSTINE
CHURCH, SUNDAY EVEN
ING AT 7:30 O'CLOCK.
The music for this service, which
is of the finest character, has been
carefully prepared and will be ren
dered by the best talent of the city.
The eholr: Sopranos, Miss Luctle
Hunter, Miss Florence Baker. Miss
M. T. Morris. Mrs. M. R. Green ami
Mrs. M. R. McClellan; altos. Miss C.
M. Wright and Miss C. A. Porter: ten
or, Mr. F. Douglas; bassos. Mr. II.
Marshall and Mr. B. Smith. Miss
Sally Jordan, organist.
Mr. R. D. Guy. of Topeka, Kan., has
been the guest of Countee Bros, the
past two weeks. Mr. Guy recently
graduated from the same school of
anatomy, saultsry science and em
balming alongside with C. H. Coun
tee. In memory of Mrs. Ellsa Shannon,
fnrmerlv of this city, who departed
this life the, 17th or November at 3:20
o'clock a. m. in Butte, Mont. We
heard not the sound or the chariot
wheels as they rolled up to her door;
neither the rustle or the angles wings
as they glided with her to the other
shore. Farewell, dear one, Thou hast
crossed the river and left In our mem
ory a cherished spot forever.
L. II . B.
Mr. A. J. Kelso, a student of Lin
coln High school, and a very bright
and Industrious young man, is now
with the Rising Son as collector.
Please pay hlra your bills and encour
age the young man, and help us also
to build up a great, broad and ex
panding Negro Journal.
We want it understood that the Son
Is at peace with everybody and every
thing. And any articles or extracts
appearing in this paper or news mat
ters come under the form or. an
nouncements and notices. See com
ment on announcements.
FURNISHED R00M8 FOR RENT
STEAM HEATED. 1108 HIGHLAND,
3rd FLOOR.
FOR NEAT FURNISHED ROOMS
CALL AT 1910 GROVE ST., MRS
JOHNSON. FOR YOUNG MEN ONLY.
Pay Mr. Kelso your subscriptions to
the Rising Son.
Mrs. W. H. llubbel Is doing a good
business at Twenty-third and lue
She has tbe only Negro dry goods
store In town. Give her a call.
WOULD BS NO DISTURBANCE.
Woman Merely Had Little Account to
ettlo with Husband.
- She was a middle seed colored wom
an of muscular build, and as she
stepped at one or the gates In the
Union depot tbe other morning the of
ficial took notice that she was greatly
perturbed and breathing bard.
"Madam, you seem to be excited."
be said, as she choked and gurgled
and coughed.
"Yes, sab, I does.' I dun run mos'
all de way from de house, and I fell
dowu fo' times on de way. If I gits
sight of dat pnsson he w ill also be af
flicted wid overexcltement heaps of
It."
"You have something under your
bawl," he said, as his eyes detected
a bulge to the garment.
"Yes, sah," she replied, as she re
moved and held up to view an old axe
handle. "DIs am what will bring on
dat overexcltement In rate dat pusson
hows up yere."
"But I can't permit any violence or
disturbance, madam."
"Ob, dere won't be no fusMn" aroun'.
De puteon I done spnke of am my hus
band. He's done made up his mind to
leave me fur another woman, and I
'spects 'em yere to take (ie train."
"And you won't dlfturb the peace?"
"Not at all, eah no. sah. Dr won't
be no disturbance. When I git eyes
on him I shall spit on my hands, grip
dls yere handle and jump for him, and
befo' be comes to 1 II have hi in home
and all tucked in bed. No, sah no
disturbance 'cept dat I Khali ax de
people to stand bark so dat I kin git
a full swing of my arm to mash him!"
Clicago D-.ly News.
"MANLY ART" IN FRANCE,
Sport of Boxing Just Now Something
of a Craxe.
Boxing has become outte the rage
In Paris: the old savate, with its ef
fective high kicking, has been dis
carded for tbe "noble art" of Britain.
But our lively neighbor 'hj Gaul has
always had a sneaking affection for a
manly bout of fisticuffs a l'Anglals.
When Owen Swift, the Ismous cham
pion of theelightwelgli .,, took refuge
In Paris after killing Lis opponent,
Brighton Bill, In a prize fight, he was
patronised by all the members of the
French Jockey club. A tier a fierce
battle at Charenton with Jack Adams,
another pugilist of renown. Swift was
arrested and brought before the Pari!
tribunal of correctional police on a
charge of "having inflicted wounds oc
casioning an Incapacity to labor for
less than 20 days." OweV's description
In bis evidence, of the course of
training which he had to go through
bad an amusing effect upon the young
sporting swells of Paris For months
afterward these yo nig exquisites
might be seen going at their best
pace along the streets and boulevards,
muffled up to their eyes in sweater!
and greatcoats, getting into condition
for boxing. T. V. O. of London.
Coals at Newcastle.
If fish is the greatest brain food,
as scientists have said, then Boston
Is in a fair way to outstrip tbe rest of
the country hi brain development with
out half trying. In a recent two days
there were brought to T wharf
the greatest flsh mart or the coun
try more than two million pounds of
flsh. Including large and small cod.
haddock, hake, pollock, halibut and
various other species 'iof the deep.
This enormous catch has been brought
by 100 schooners, round numbers, 65
of which arrived on one day and the
remainder the day following.
Granting that the fleet of 100 schoon
ers average 20 men to the vessel
(which probably Is a high estimate).
and the average sum coming to each
fisherman, outside or the captain, is
about 120, representing from five days
to between two and hree weeks at
sea. Of course, the rums vary, accord
ing to the vessel-, the catch and tbe
time spent at "sea. Some schooner
brought in as high as 75.000 pounds
and some little more than 5.000; some
had five men In the crew and some 25;
some caught plenty of large cod and
some very few. Boston Transcript.
A Word to the Wise.
A corporation conducting a series
of quick lunch places accords con
spicuous position to a placard reading
as follows:
"A Suggestion Perhaps a large
nuhiber of our patrons who daily fav
or us with their money, instead of
taking luncheon at 12 o'clock could
just as couveniently come at 12:45
p. in., and thus find more comfortable
seats; or they might arrange to fix
1:30 aB lunch time, and thereby be
afforded still more elbow space."
Managers at several of the branches
situated in business sections are an
thority for the statement that since
the advent of the signs the nigh noon
attendance has been larger than be
fore. N. Y. Press.
Charity's Biggest Achievement.
The highest achievement or char
ity is to love our enemies; but to
bear cheerfully with our neighbor's
fallings is scarcely an Inferior grace.
It is easy enough to lovo those who
are agreeable and obliging; but to
love one who Is cross, perverse,, tire
some. Is as unpleasant a process as
shewing pills. Nevertheless, this, the
best way of practising it, is to put our
selves In tbe place or him who tries
us, and to Bee how we would wish
him to trest us ir we had his defects.
We must put ourselves in the place of
buyer when we sell, and seller wben
we buy, if we want to deal fairly.
MR. RILEY DID NOT KNOW.
Woman Reporter Asked Question Hard
to Answer.
A friend of James Whltcomb Riley
tells a story of an encounter the bach
elor poet once had with a woman re
porter. Tbe energetic young woman
after strenuous effort had finally
caught Mr. Riley at tbe telephone.
This is the conversation that fol
lowed: "I this Mr. Riley?"
"Yes. That Is Miss?"
"Miss Jones, of the Courier-Journal.
I've been trying all day to get an in
terview with you, Mr. Riley."
'Ah, would it were a view Instead
of an Interview," said the poet, gal
lantly. 'Oh, thanks. How long will you
remain in Louisville, Mr. Riley?"
"Only a short time."
"Is your wife with you?"
"No, ma'am, she is not."
"Where Is she, may I ask?"
"You may ask, my dear Miss Jones,
but I find It very difficult to answer.
I am In absolute Ignorance of her
whereabouts. For aught I know :o the
contrary, she may right now be at the
other end of this telephone!"
There was much laughter, and after
ward an effort to resume the Inter
view. But in vain. Mr. Riley had es
caped. Home Companion.
WHERE INGENUITY WON OUT.
Betting Man Had Studied Condition
of Wager.
C. S. Rolls, tbe En "II ah aeronaut
and motorist, was talking in New
York about the aero 'ane.
I think the Wrights will win." ho
said. . "Santos Duiopnt is Iccenlpus,
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR SO PAY.
Bell Phona Main I JOCY,
KANSAS CITY,
Parisian
1108 and 1110
Kansas City Will Talk About
these $20 and $15 Suits at
ATTENTION!
We always make good clothes at a
reasonable price. They retain their shape
torever. Get it at
HARRY HOFFMAN'S
New Location.
ART
DEPARTMENT
OF
Campbell
Home Phane'5727 Miiu.
but tne Wrignts are more irgmous
still. They are as Ingenious as as a
betting friend of miue."
Mr. Roll milled and resumed:
"My friend, Capt. Brsgge. bet an
athlete that he could m t hop up a cer
tain long flight of steps two at a time.
The athlete took the bet. and made
the trial. But there were 41 steps to
the flight, and therefore, after making
20 hops the man found that he had
lost. He paid rp. but accused CapL
Bragge of sharp practice.
.'"Sharp practice!' said Bragge, in
dignantly. Well. 1 11 make the same
bet with you that 1 can do it.' .
"The other, expert ibg to win his
money back, assented.
"Capt. Bragge then hepped up 40
steps in 20 hops sin), hopping back
one, finished In the prescribed manner
and won tbe bet."
Hi Whereabout.
Stephen Tnskir. t.f Philadelphia,
had been coasratnlated en hi ex
ploring expedition In ,ahralor, an ex
pedition whertou he had taken bis
wife.
"Those wild regions." said Mr. Task
er, smiling, "made hardly an appropri
ate place for a quid msiried pair to
visit on a pleusiirt trip. Still, every
thing came out will In the end came
Out better than the young widow's ad
venture, eh?
"A young widow was consulting a
tombstone maker about hr. husband'
tomb. She ended the discussion with:
" 'And I want It to say "To my hu
tand" in an appropnate place, Mr.
Ilab.'
"'AH right, rna'aui.' Slab answered.
"And the tombstone when it wn put
ip said:
"'To My Husband. In an Appropri
ate Place.' "
J. F. CORDELL. Mgr.
The K. C.
Artificial Limb Co
K. C. BILT-WELL LEG
wliirli lias the motion of the nutun.1 liuih in wiU'i.i;
Remodeled and Improved Manufacturers o
every style of Limb.
I27' WEST EIGHTH STREET.
MISSOURI
Cloak Co.
Main Street.
$7.75
One .f tlif.-r Suit salt lliat
starts a crowd tarly m tin- nioru
intr. Not a Suit will In- rarricl
ovtr, n matter how great tlic
loss in selling. hir Suit Sivtimi
will lit iTowdi'l ln-lay, tor t
oflVr high da- Man Tailored
Suits at less than the cost of the
verv cluape't j.'arnn nt. Wc have
selected I jj S nilv cotisisting of
J'.roadcloth, Ci viols. Panamas
and l'aiic-5li.Uires, in I due.
hrowu'and olhr high class
jlwwu-s in I'rin.T ha and coat
fleets. We veil thetn for $7.7v
This is a rare opportunity. You
surely cannot gtt smli a hargain
again, so conic tarly.
Set Mid Finer.
i . .
, 0 am'rai.Tiis, t:nc soil on
tif'f'wul. now (litiranl. h'rinciii-
ber, ju.'ki (),( $15.00 Suits for
$7.75
210 West 12th
Glass&PaintCo.
1228 MAIN ST., KANSAS CITY, MO
KEEP OFF THIS DATE.
Jan. 20, 1908.
THE UNITED K. OF P. LODGES,
9 IN NUMBER, WILL GIVE ON
MONDAY, JAN. 20, 1908, A GRAND
RECEPTION TO THE BENEFICI
ARY BOARD AND WILL ALSO
HAVE AS THEIR GUESTS THE SU
PREME KEEPER OF RECORDS
AND SEALS, C. K. ROBINSON, OF
ST. LOUIS AND MAJOR GENERAL
R. R. JACKSON, OF CHICAGO, COM
MANDER OF ALL THE UNIFORM
ED RANK IN THE WORLD.
WATCH THIS PAPER FOR PARTICULARS.
HELP THIS AFRO-AMERICAN ENTERPRISE SUCCEED
BY GIVING IT YOUR XMAS ORDER.
RAIV1IL-V TRADE
BCLL PHONI
Special Prices to Lodges.
GEORGE O'DEE, Gen'l Solicitor.
For all kinds of Wines. Brandies, Whiskies and Gins.
We handle all the Standard Brands of Liquors known
for their AGE, Purity, Quality and Strength. Buy your
Holiday Wines and Liquors now. Special Low Prices
made to Private and Public Parties on Entertainments,
and Sacrament Wine in Gallon Lots.
Whlsklct. 75 I SI.S0 pr Quart. Win, 36 I 7S pr Quirt
" $1.60 I $S.OO pr Sal. ' $1.10 U$Z.tO par Cal.
Brandies, 750.10 $1.00 per Quart ; $150 to $3.00 per Gal.
BOTTL K O IN BOND OOOOS:
$1.00 to $1.50 per Quart. $3.00 to $5 00 per Gal.
JAMES TUCKER, RETAIL LIQUOR OttLER, not V.NC BTRKCT
Home Phone 7890 M. Bell Phone 1696 G-
J. W. BROOKS, Propr.
Work Called for and Delivered.
GOLDEN ROD STEAM DYE
AND CLEANING WORKS.
Repairing Done Free of
Dyed
Location 910 East 12th
WE WANT
KEYSTONE
" ' ' cqpyft
KEYSTONE TAILORS
F. C. MORRIS. Mgr.
and A a t c h e s -too
EASY PAYMENTS
W.F. Smith Jewelry Co.
KMMETT K. VKNRICK. Mnncr
103 EAST TENTH STREET
E n In Caller
Your Entertainer. Terms reasonable.
10131-2 CHARLOTTE ST.
KANSAS CITY'S LEADING NEGRO
GAS MAN,
"Starr the Gas Man"
FOR TEN DAYS ONLY,
Gas Stoves Connected for $ J. 00 up
Burners Installed in Stoves $5.00
Burners Installed in Furnaces $8.50
Give us a trial, we guarante complete satisfaction
Tel. Home Main 5467; Bell 4591, or call at 1301 E. 18th St,
C. E. STARR, Manager
CRAWFORD'S DRUG STORE.
THE STORS WHERE EVERY
ONE GETS A 8QUARE DEAL TELE
PHONE BUSINESS ESPECIALLY
SOLICTEO. CALL US UP OVER
OUR PHONES: HOME 2027 MAIM.
BELL 579 EAST. LOCATION 19th A
VINE. ALL THE PATENT MEDI-
'CINES ON SALE. BLOOD MEDI
CINE ESPECIALLY PREPARED
FOR ALL KINDS OF DISEASES.
iALL KINDS OF PRESCRIPTIONS,
IN FACT, EVERYTHING THE PEO-
jPLE COULD GET AT ANY OTHER
I DRUG STORE.
A SPECIALTY.
IBB EAST.
Sc Off on Phone Orders.
Ladies Work a Specialty
Charge On All Cleaned and
Articles.
Give Us a Trial.
YOUR TRADE
TAILORS
Wear Clothes
THAT
WILL HANG
JTJ.OO OFF on all or-
dcrs of Suits and
Overcoats if you
CUT THIS AD OUT
12th m GrflOfLAvv
DIAMONDS
O N
CREDIT
Negro Humorist
Autlior-Poet

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