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tH e rising son.
Clark will be our author
ed agent at Chillicothe, Mo.
SaiL Fo-’d is our agent at Butler,Mo
ThP Rising Son has established a
1 h office and headquarters hi the
Stoildings Lexinnti". i" c'larße of
Walker. H. P. G., our author
red agent.
X[. HoKTON
v ,u vaccinated?
anies Crews is slowly on th«
*1
’eopic who know the least frequently
„u never lase anything by treating
r friends right
i r T. C. I'nthank has been appoin-
assistant city physician.
4rs Joseph Hunter died at her home
3 Vine street, after a' short illness.
be Second Baptist church is carry
ora revival at lothand Charlotte
You cau enjoy yourself at the Ven
,me. K. 34 Grand avenue, Munday
'he work at Allen Chapel is moving
jgall right under the existing cir
idances.
Miss Nellie Banks is at home with
Prof and Mrs I). N. Cro.sthwait, 1320
E. 14th street.
Dr and Mis 'l'. C. Unthank dined
»,th Dr and Mrs L. .1. Holly, Thurs
lay. at their borne, 1117 Campbell.
rs T. C. I’ntbank and her little
ghter Louise left Thursday night
a business trip tv Washington,
ev Peek, who has been ill for sev
weeks. will go to St Joseph,where
io|X‘s to bo benefitted by quietude
rest.
man who succeeds must work,
white or black. He may not get
fams, but he will usually earn
” Annie Stone, one of Kansas
girls, now ot West Su
r. Miss., is here visiting her
J friends.
reman .1. IL Sears has been re
d from the detention hospital—it
ng been discovered that he did not
the small pox
ie tiremen at No. 11 enjoyed them
's as best they could while under
antine, playing checkers and dis
ing ancient history.
'" Anna H. Jones of the Lincoln
school, talked to her pupils Mon
,n the Holman-Taylor Art exhibit
h opened Tuesday night.
1 week death entered the home
: and Mrs T. B. Nix, and robbad
■ ll, cir infant daughter. Their
‘ extend sincere condo-
iltle girl in one cf our
r em' S "i ! * XUI f° r a f° ur th reader,
® ar^‘(i ."n seeing -B. Glick, Kansas
every i' t r nPefl in it: “ Wh *» P a P a >
s’jm\ i t,le Tjinc °ln school is
»bouihi ’M Way: . 1 believe if y° u
ert th-: n< a P > °' < ’ n Sahara des
ouun\ DW would beon it-” Tlius
] ln „ ; 10 Woaths of babes and suck
(;iiek,< r ' P "° r^S tru t b and wisdom.
l "^T’ I ''r' ra '“ ili “ rintl ' c I>ub
'wj. w ' Msas Citj as that of
inguh' JshlllKtOn ’ and t 0 t,,e read ‘
.Va n".. ‘ Isa l,ol, sehold word. 710
caciim/ ’ ier -!>., wlto is con-
See..nd services at the
i;iEta, ( ia ' ,a, L ‘ Sr . cllun ‘b< is from At
of x eL-m , Uhi ,. lS a strikin £ example
etgy. n l,l ft ' ‘‘delligence and en
k; 4 Bn l ;. laduatx>(l fr °ni the At
fcd J.?' 1 '' 1 niversit y> class of 'BO,
penniless possessing
bating Dl ari2e of good sense and
Wlf ° tosu PP° r t.’ At
fe;: ’J!!der" r < U " ed II,S first Bcho °l he
a ® a 'H i X r: ’' n t and losta le »- Ma "y
" ; r.u ' h 1 a mis fo r tune would
WL. J’ 1 ’ lhe stl Wgle. but Dr
r ise n J otl ‘ e on ’ and as a result
alon.r lr I ° nt rank in I,is Pro
not, A "J 1 1 ' ' P - talker and
edu c;u t . d < '‘'r" eS ' 1 lle has reared
i dln ' ' of four bright
t lkev aiue‘ cf property t 0
> a,l( l-il/lo;< nt USineSS Ven ‘
or ° ur youtio-, ' 1L ls a ht model
,i ‘"» | allt 11 " ei "|"^ oare ia Posses-
-$• STO P AT K-
GALES A MS’S GIGAK ant! CANDY STORK,
912 East Twelfth St,,
and sample their fine candies. They carry a first
class line of Candies, Cigars and Tobaccos.
Give Them a Call, 912 E. TWELFTH ST,
. City Editor.
PIE LINCOLN LEAGUE
Meets every Wednesday
evening at the league head
quarters, 117 West 6th.
You can’t expect to be
in the swim or up to date
if you miss these meetings.
Everybody invited.
Some say that kissing is a sin,
But 1 think it' nane ava',
For kissing has nonn'd in this world
Since eve re there were twa.
O, if it was na lawfu’.
Lawyers wouldn't allow it,
And if it wasna holy
'Phe ministers wouldna’ do it,
If it wasna’ modest
The men wadna’ tak it,
An’ if it wasna’ plenty
The poor folk wadna get it.
—[Eva Warren, Leiiugton, Mo.
Notice to Correspondents—All
news items and other matter intended
for publication in the Son, must be in
the office not later than Thursday
morning to insure its insertion.
Tiic most encouraging notes to send
the Negro editor are bank notes.
Miss Genevieve Wyley is making
quite a successful teacher in Lincoln
ward school.
A lady preacher is all right in the
right place. Be sure yon are right,
then go ahead.
Prof I). N. Crossthwait has about re
covered from the stroke of paralysis
which he suffered some time ago.
That ultra social organization, the
Oxford club, has sent out some very
beautiful invitations bidding guests to
come to the Vendome, Friday, Feb. 9.
Health for ten cents. Cascarets
make the bowels and kidneys act
naturally, destroy microbes, cure head
ache, billiousness and constipation.
All druggists.
Miss Victoria C. Overall, our talent
ed and dauntless little actress, is keep
ing her company in constant practice.
She never neglect# training, that is
one sure road to success.
Ed. Thomson stands ready to dis
pute anybody’s claims to the leader
ship of the third year class. And it
might be added that Ed is a fine fel
low and hard to beat.
I will make dresses for $2.50 to $4;
waists $1.50 to $2: wrappers 50c to $1.50
children’s dresses 25c to $1.50; tennis
flannel gowns 30c. Your patronage
solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Miss Gaines, 812 E. loth St.
Kansas air seems to be a very invig
orating force acting on persons within
its reach. Mrs Bowser looks more
stately and Mr Bowser more rugged
since their short stay beyond the bil
lowy stream.
The “lady promoters” have taken
our hint of last week. They are going
to “start something" very soon. We
know that the weight of St Augus
tine’s treasury will surely increase, for
the “prmoters” are uniisually success
fnl. Here’s wishing them a full house,
for their cause deserves it.
A reception will be held by the mat
ron of Douglass Hospital, the first
Monday in every month, from 4 to 10
p. m. Light lunches. “He who giv
eth to the poor lendeth to the Lord.”
Mrs. L. V. Ashton, Matron,
312 Wash, ave., Kansas City, Kan.
The Missouri Pacific railway com
pany employs Mr C. J. Dandridge as
shipping clerk in its freight depart
ment. Mr Dandridge entered the com
pany's service eleven years ago and by
his Integrity and fidelity to duty he
gradually forged through the rank and
file of white men to his present posi
tion. He has won the utmost confi
dence of his superiors all of whom are
glad to help him along. Ability and
persistence usually win, boys.
nrv vt l vv v v r v t r t »w "» »'n
■■ IB ■ ■■■ DESIGNS 4
OA ■ EL Al ■ Q TRADE-MARKS 4
rA I kN I O‘"°3E" ,s i
ADVICE AS TO PATENTABILITY FD£F j
Notice in “ Inventive Age ” Mi Bff ■■
Book “How to obtain Patents” | IHmlm j
Charges moderate. No fee till patent is secured. .
Letters strictly confidential. Address, 1
E. G. SAGGERS, Patent Lawyer, Washington,, 0, C. J
KISS ING’S NO SIN.
A small Ad. in the
Son would bring the
dollars to you which
will otherwise go in
other directions.
‘ Say, can you tell me where I can
get a good shave or hair cut'?”
“Yes, go to
S, M. CHANDLER’S
BARBER SHOP,
No. 112 East Sixth Street,
Right on the corner of the alley bet ween Wal
autaud Grand avenue. You can’t niiesit.
There you will find:
S. L. Clemons, N. Pearman,
W. L. Jackson, Barbers.
C. ACKERMAN & CO.
DEALERS IN
Fine: Fresh: and: Salt: Meats
Extra Fine Christmas Beef,
Turkeys, Ducks, Chickeds,
Etc,, etc,, etc.
Orders promptly filled and delivered
to all parts of the city. Send
in your orders.
Tel- 3185- 1319 E. J sth Street’
WALES BROS.,
DEALERS IN
FANCY
GROCERIES,
Choice Butter and Eggs,
Fruits and Vegetables.
Fine Teas and Coffees,
Miscellaneous Table Luxuries
Prompt Delivery.
Goods Guaranteed.
1317 E. 15th Street. Tel. 1904.
COUNTEE BROS.
UNDERTAKERS
AND LICENSED EMBALMERS.
910 EAST 12Jt1 st.
Telephone 2783.
The only Colored Embalmers n the west.
Negroes should patronize them and show
their hospitality.
RICHARDSON & CO.,
DEALERS IN
Fresh and Salt Meats,
Fish, Poultry, Game and
Oysters in season.
1331 East Eighteenth Street.
J. LOUIS,
DEALER IN
£. DRY GOODS,
MILLINERY,
BOOTS and SHOES,
And Gents Furnishing Goods.
Headquarters for Low Prices.
All Wearing Apparel made to order
Come and see me.
J. LOUIS,
1415 E. 18th Street,
808 Indep. Ave.
1 CHRISTMAS comim
Candies, Nuts, Fruits,
Ice Cream,
Cigars and Tobaccos,
Your trade solicited.
Call at 1423 East Eighteenth Street.
Mr. F. Plantevin, Prop’r.
Remodeled, Up-To-Date
BARBER SHOP,
have remodeled our Shop
from top to bottom and put
in new furniture. Our bath rooms
are newly painted, are comfort
able and well looked after. Give
us a call.
OATH & DOZIER,
Pool Room in 550 Crand Ave.,
Rear of Shop Kansas City, Mo
STOVE REPAIRS.
s. A. METZNER.
's°s’ Wholesale and Retail.
Tel ’ 1214 3°4 W. 6th St., Kansas City, mo
CANDY CATHARTIC .
J. S. FIELDS
Has recently opened the
Oxford Shaving Parlors,
At 102 East 6th St.
He wishes the patronage of all his
friends. First-class workmen.
give: him a call.
THE WABASH,
SHORTEST LINE
Kansas City to Saini Louis.
And the Only line running
over its own rails from...
Kansas City to Buffalo
And NIAGARA FALLS
Withont Change.
Ticket Office:—
N. W cor. 9th and Delaware.
Henry N. Garland, W. P. A.
STOP AT THE
CURVE SAMPLE ROOM.
Z. RABINOWITZ. Prop’r.
543-545 Grand Ave. Tel.
Northeast corner of
Independence & Grand.
Nice Free Lunch Fine Wines &
Always on hand. Choice Liquors
GEO. P. HARDESTY,
PHARMACIST.
SOUTHEAST CORNER OF
TWELFTH & CHERRY STS
KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI.
Soecial Attention Given to Prescription.
BILLY KLING S PLACE,
WINES,
LIQUORS and
CIGARS.
N. W. Cor. 18th and Lydia ave.
Heim’s Special Brew
on Tap. Kansas City, Mo.
IVancY Groceries,
AND
TABLE LUXURIES.
Vegetables in K?/ Fresh &. Sait
Season. Meats.
O. JONES,
17th & Lydia, Kansas City, Mo.
THE LONDON
CLEANERS AND DYERS
714 E. TWELFTH S.
Suits Cleaned and Pressed, $l-00.
Coats 50c;..—..Pants 25c Vests 25c
Overcoats $l.OO.
Suits Dyed for $2.00.
Ladies’ Garments Cleaned, Dyed and
Pressed. Repairing and Alter
ing done very cheap.
Drop us a Card; We do Rest.
Goods Called for and Delivered
Same Day.
ALL * WORK * GUARANTEED.
Branch 643 Kansas Ave.. Armourdale,
Kansas.
Telephone 178*
WALL’S
Laundry Co.,
First-Class Work & Prompt Delivery
708 E. 12th St., Kansas City, Mo.
WM. KUSTER.
SALOON & Simple Room.
Wines. Liquors and Cigars.’
Lunch at all hours.
Celebrated Heim's Beer.
1300 East Eighteenth Street*
Kansas CITY, MO.
THE GIRLS OF BUTLER.
(Respectfully dedicated to C, C.)
" by, C. C., glad to meet you.
t rom Butler, Ah you hail?
Those "angel girl” in your town grew?
Well, one I'd like to trail.
\ our girls you place so high,
Such ones I never met:
T et some are 'neath the sky,
That I would like to pet.
For many years I’ve roamed,
from east to western shore,
I ve found no one my heart to loan,
No angel to adore.
1 ve crossed the land from east to west
Yes, looking far a wife;
Yovr Butler girls can stand the test?
Well, I’ve lost half my life!
Now my good friend I wish you we
To your city 1 may come,
If all is true 1 hear you tell,
I’ll bring a "Butler” home.
—[Leon Rhodes.
Mrs Rosa Pratt Moore claims to pos
sess the largest and cutest baby on
Church Hill,—and every other mother
in that neighborhood rises to say that
her’s is the same.
After inspection the newly made ad
ditions to the schools of Profs. Foster
and Coles are found to be in excellent
condition for use. A colored contrac
tor built Prof. Foster's.
The Commercial club is the soul of a
large share of Kansas City’s progress,
and as quiet as it is kept, the very im
portant and trusted person in the in
terna) affairs of the club is a colored
man—Mr James Jackson. Mr Jackson
superintends many important features
of ihe club’s business and never fails
to hire a colored boy when the oppor
tunity presents itself.
Why not use tho old “Horticultural
building,” on the fair ground, for a
“pest house ” It is good for nothing
else on earth, has been abandoned to
decay, might be bought cheaply and
easily repaired and fitted up to hold a
thousand patients if necessary, it is
accessible yet detached, might be sur
rounded with high fencing and placed
under perpetual quarantine without
jeopardizing or disturbing the health
of the adjacent community.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
E. G. Siggers, patent lawyer, Wash
ington, D. C., whose ad. appears in
our columns,publishes a valuable copy
righted book entitled “How to Obtain
Patent, Caveat, Trade-Mark and Copy
right Protection, with Decisions in
Leading Patent Cases.” A copy will
be sentjfree to any address.
HALL FOR RENT,
For Lodge meetings, etc., the Ben
Me Ray Benevolent Protective Asso
ciation has furnished the room at 553
Main street, in evary way best adap
ted for lodge purposes, and will rent
this room, including janitor services,
heat and light, for $4.00 per month.
And you can t beat that anywhere in
this city. Apply at Ben Mcßay’s, 819
Independence avenue.
Last Tuesday the Grisham Oratori
cal elub, of Lincoln High school. met
and elected the following officers: Ed
ward B. Thompson, president; Robert
Sales, vice president: Gilbert Cooper,
secretary; Geo. Martin, corresponding
secretary; John Elliott Allen, treas
urer; J. 11. Renfro, chm. Ex. Com. It
is the object of these young men to
cultivate their power of expression
and extend their knowledge of parlia
mentary rules. They meet and intel
ligently discuss subjects current and
those of race interest with results that
would do credit to their elders.
Reports from Misses Alberta Bailey,
at Oberlin; Ruby Bradshaw and Lydia
Lockridge, at Fiske; Inez Woods, at
Lawrence: aud Masters Lonnie Smith
(who is taking a medical course in
Kansas) and John Rouse at Little
Rock college, indicate that these
young people are standing well up in
the front ranks of their classes. They
were all “made in Kansas City, U. S,
A.,” Lincolu school. Besidss paying
him “'er bein’ borned in this vale of
teaJß,” it would have paid Mr Harum
also had he been made at Lincoln
High school. K. C., U. S. A.
Richard Gordon, the Grand
Founder of the Sons & Daughters
of Jreusaleni, is one of the best race
men in the State. He is sincere in
his efforts to do good for his people,
and we feel proud of him.
SCHOO*,.
Ebenezer AM. E. Church, cor. 2d
tor H Su n o S ' ReV ‘ A * A Gilbert, pas
ton Sunday services, 11 a. m. and 7:30
P- m. Sunday school. 3:30 p. m.
T' ine Street Baptist church, T. H.
n, I>n^’-p^Vo 1 > n^’-p^Vor ' Sunday services Ha
m. and <:3O p. m. Sunday school, 2:30
Prayer meeting Friday evening.
tn Au^',s Hnes Mission, cor. 11th and
i roost. Lev. A. Sinsen, rector. Sun
day services 8:30 a. m.. 4 p. m. Weekly
services. Thursday. 7:30 p. m. All are
cordially mvited. Seats free.
Chapel, south-east corner 10th
ano charlotte streets Rev. F. Jesse
1 e i*i’ .P‘ lstor • Sunday services 11 aml
and /:30 p.m. Sunday School, 2:30 p.m.
C lay Meeting Tuesday. 8 p.m. Prayer
V ednetday, 8 p. m. Choir practice
Monday evening.
Second Baptist Church, corner 10th
and Charlotte. S. W. Bacote, D. D,
pastor. Sunday services-Preaching,
a. in. and i:l5 n. m.; Sunday School•
Weekly meetings-Muaday,
, Y. H. M. meeting, 8 p.m.: Wednes*
day night, prayer meeting.
Highland Avenue Baptist Church.
Rev. H. Roberson, pastor, 1025 Vir
ginia axe. Sunday services—Preaching
Il a. m.; Sunday School, 2 p. m •
Young People’s Union. 6 to 7:30 p, m.’
preaching, 7:30. Weekly meetings—
Monday, Literary, 8 p. m.; Wednesday
evening, prayer meeting
CUT THIS OUT.
SMALL-POX CURE.
hi view of its prevalence and
consequent apprehension of many
we take the liberty cf publishing an
old recipe, said to be an infalible
preventative and cure for both
small-pox and scarlet fever. It is
supposed to destroy the germ of the
disease. We have been told by a
person who tried it that it is harm
less and perfectly reliable. The
materials, which can be found at
any drug store, at a cost of about
ten cents, are as follows:
Digitalis,
Sulphate Zinc
Dissolve in a glass of water and
take a teaspoonful of the liquid
three times a day. If it causes dis
tress of the stomach omit a dose or
dilute by adding more water.
It is claimed that this treatment
will give perfect immunity from the
disease or will promptly arrest it in
any stage and effect a cure within
forty-eight hours.
FAST MAIL ROUTE.
A GOOD
THING.
The New Train Service of The Mis
souri Pacific.
The four flyers that leave Kansas City Un-
ion depot daily for St. Louis and all points
East—note the leaving time: 9.45 a. m. t 6:10p
m., 9:00 p. m. and 10:45 d. m. No other line
from Kansas City offers to the traveling pub-
lic such train scrvic via St. Ixiuis, Note the
new departure of the fast mail at 0:10 p. m.
arrives in St. Louis at 10 p.m.; close connec
tions in St. Louis in the Grand Union station
with Eastern and South-Eastern Trains
The only line leaving Kansas City after the
Operas, Lodge meetings and Sunday night
Church service, at 10:45 p. m. and arriving in
St. Louis at 7;20 a, in., in time for all Eastern
Connections.
9:15 p. m.—5:10 a. m( Omaha and Saint Paul
Express.
Elegant equipment. Pullman Sleepers and
Compartment cars; Reclining Chair cars, (al!
seats free). For all information and tickets
call at
1048 Union Ave.. Union Depot,
and 901 Main St.. City Office.
E. S JEWETT, Passenger and Ticket Agent
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prevents the hair from falling out and makes it
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Warranted harmless. Testimonials free on re
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straightening kinky hair. Beware of imitations.
Get the Original Ozonized Or Marrow,
as the genuine never fails to keep the hair pliable
and beautiful. A toilet necessity for ladies and
gentlemen. Elegantly perfumed. The great ad
vantage of this wonderful pomade Is that by its
use you can straighten your own hair at home.
Owing to its superior and lasting quality it is the
roost economical. It is not possible for anybody
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