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The Rising son. [volume] (Kansas City, Mo.) 1896-19??, February 06, 1903, Image 5

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Win, Fairfax, Society Reporetr.
A. W. Walker, Agent Lexington, Mo.
Remember please
It's um little blu w collect here an Mi i
Tliat enable u to run from year to year."
L O O AL S .
We are after the news.
Robt. M. Turner has accepted a po
sition at the Baltimore hotel.
W. H. Brousfield, the tonsorlal art
ist, was a welcome visitors thta week.
Where, oh where is Jim O. Olbbs
these days? Jamie, "the lawyer?"
Read the Son, advertise In the Son,
subscribe for the Rising Son and then
pay for the Rising Son.
Capt Thurman of the Supply Co.
No. 1 has been sick for the past
three weeks.
To reach a great number of the
people all the time It will pay you
to put an add In the Rising Son.
Are you a subscriber to the Rising
Son? If not, why not? $150 per year
in advance.
Prof. J. B. Robinson, the popular
musician, baa been very sick. He
is able to be out a while this week.
To you who are in high places and
are not right, the searchlight reporter
of the Rising Son la on your trail.
Mrs. C. H. Lewis, thc wife of Gen
eral Charles, who has been very sick,
Is able to be about again.
MVs. Maggie Allen of 1117 Independ
ence avenue, who has been confined
to her room with the rheumatism, is
able to be on crutches.
Joe King of Hose Co. No. 11 met
with a serious accident at the fire
608 East Fifth. He was burned on
the shoulder and had two ribs frac
tured. He is doing nicely at this writing.
Cohesion, Cohesive. Lets us try to
build; lets us be more united; lets us
do romethlng as a people that will
reflect credit upon us.
F. L. Lewis, an attache of the P.
O., la the popular president of the
Y. P. h. U. of the Pleasant Green
Baptist Church.
Oscar Lewis was burled under the
auspices of K. P.'s last 8unday from
the Pilgrim Baptist church, Rev. Hurst
Ebernezer chapel, under the leader
ship of Elder Hawkins, is moving
along. The services are well attended
by a pleasing audience.
The third Sunday In this month,
February 15th, will be pastors' day
at Pleasant Green Baptist church.
Rev. Wilson Is an earnest worker, a
logical speaker, and a splendid organizer.
Capt, L. H. Jnrden left for Jefferson
City last Monday night. The cap
tain's acquaintance and good fellow
ship will go along ways with the
leaders and politicians. No Jim Crow
cars for Missouri.
The B. Y. P. U. meets every Sunday
evening at 6:30 at the Pleasant Green
Baptist church F. L. Lewis, president,
Rev. Wilson, pastor.
Rev. J. C. Caldwell paid our office
a pleasant call. He has been carrying
on a revival at his church in Independ
ence, e represents eighty converts.
Rev. Hancock called to see us this
week. He says he voluntarily resigned
from the pastorate of the Christian
A few lawyers who run down the
unfortunate criminal class through
their agents, the court loungers, are
to be pitied rather than condemned.
Rev. Father T. G. Harper visited the
Ministers' Alliance last week. He Is
renewing old acquaintance and making
many new friends.
Bishop Shaffer of the Fifth Episco
pal .district, has called a presiding
elders' council to meet at Ebernezer
chapel, Kansas City, Mo., February 10.
Jesse Williams, the blacksmith, de
serves the patronage of our people.
He is a good workman and in sympa
thy with the mirth of progression.
Tim Roberts, esq., of Kansas ICty,
Kas., an employee of the Kansas leg
islature, waa in our city last Sunday.
He was all smiles because he landed.
Rev. Moseby has a very nice little
congregation, located at Fifth and
Harrison. The Rev. Moseby is an
earnest worker and is doing a good
Paul Lawrence Dunbar has been
giving a series of readings for the
past week or ten days under the
management of the amiable Dr. Dibble.-
FOR RENT. 3 nice unfurnished
rooms, hot and cold water, bath, mod
ern except heat. Mrs. Patton, 1411
Brooklyn Ave.
Our people are anxious for the Son.
We hope to merit the confidence and
consideration of the people because we
expect them to pay for It. The Ris
ing Son Is 1.60 per year.
The Colored press of Kansas City,
Mo., will give a high class entertain
ment at Strops hall February 12 in
honor of Lincoln's birthday. See the
hand bills for programme.
The Gospel Missionary Band will
give a gospel entertainment at Bethel
Baptist church Saturday evening, Feb
ruary 7.
This band was organized recently
with 75 members by Rev. Geo. P.
Mblsey. The work Is doing nicely.
To all presiding queens of the S. A
D. of J: You are requested to see
that your shares to the auxiliary are
settled at once that we may be able
to square our books before the meet
ing of the grand session.
C. H. LEWIS. Sec.
T. B. J. ROBINSON, Bus. Agt.
Rev. Mosby Is engaged In a series of
meetings at Bethel church. Fifth and
Harrison. They are having a great
deal of success and have added quite
a number to the church.
Prof. A. O. Coffin, Maj. Warner, Col.
George T. Wassom and Miss Anna M.
Jones and a chorus of the Lincoln
school students, conducted by Miss
Cora Yancy will be among the features
of the Lincoln Day celebration given
by the colored press February 12, at
Strope's hall.
The revival meeting at Bethel Bap
tist church. Fifth and Charlotte, Sun
day February 8 at 2 p. m. Rev. Geo.
Mosley will preach on the subject of
Baptism. Twenty-eight added to the
church. Rev. Mosby has done a great
work in the ten months he has been
there. He has added sixty-eight mem
bers to the church.
Promise will not pay our bills. We
expect our delinquents to pay up at
once, either to the collector when he
calls or at this office, because after
the 1st of the month we shall put all
outstanding bills In the bands of a col
lection agency.
We would like all our out of town
subxcrlbers to remit to this office at
once to enable us to clear our books
of all delinquents.
Mr. J. Beuchem. who has ben an at
tachre of the Hotel Sevoy for the past
five pears, Is still at the old stand.
Mrs. Minnie Buchem, his wife, who
has been sick for quite awhile, Is able
to be out again to meet her many
friends. They desire to express their
appreciation to their many friends for
courtesies extended during the sad af
fliction in the loss of their mother.
The young Republicans have a nice
program to be rendered on Lincoln's
birthday at the Midland, and the Col
ored people will have an elaborate en
tertainment at Strope's hall, February
12th, under the auspices of the Color
ed press.
At the Forum at Allen chapel last
Sunday the following committee was
appointed to go to Jefferson City to
appear before the railroad committee
to protest against a separate car law:
Prof. G. T. Wassom. Dr. O. J. Scott,
Silas arris, N. C. Crews, Duncan Oath,
P. J. Campbell. Lwls Woods of the
Rising Son, and Rev. Caldwell of In
diana, Mo.
The Lincoln birthday celebration at
Strnpes hall, February 12, promises
to be a grand affair. The Roosevelt
Colored Rough Riders will attend In a
body. The committee, under the man
agement of Mr. Lewis Woods of the
Rising Son, will spare no pains to
make this event a glittering success.
On last Tuesday morning about 3:40
Mr. Willis Franklin's lunch wagon was
discovered to be on fire by an em
ployee of the Kansas City Journel,
who turned In the alarm and was the
means of saving the lives of the two
girls who was asleep in the lunch car
at the time. Mr. Franklin had a very
nice trade established at Independ
ence and Cottage Iane. He loses all
without any Insurance. The gasoline
stove was the cause.
We extend to all our friends and
neighbors our gratitude and heartfelt
thanks for their assistance and kind
ness In our bereavement of our mother.
Sister and Sister-in-law,
MR. and MRS. C. H. BIRCH.
The Kansas City Juvenile Band
gave a supper at 593 Troost avenue
last Saturday night. They reported
a nice time. The Hoys will be pre
pared to take engagements very soon.
Henry Payne Is Instructor and pres
ident; Harold Sneed, vire president ;
Iary Lewis, secretary; Brlsco Davis,
H. R. Edwards, who for many years
has been In the employ of the Homeo
pathic Drug Co., at 14 W. 12th street,
as Ph. D.. has resigned. His stay has
been agreeable both to employer and
employe. His service has been highly
appreciated. Mr. Edwards resigns or
his own accord. This Is to his credit,
as he has made many friends and has
the confidence of his employers and
e The Oxford club he'd Its regular
election of officers last Wednesday.
Full particulars In our next Issue.
Our collector will be around. Please
be prepared to meet him with the
money. All delinquents are expected
to settle by February 1st. after which
all outstanding bills will be placed in
charge of a collection agency for Im
mediate settlement.
Helm's wlrhrmed Selmrnwl hecr. Me
llrayer arhlNkry. Oiiinrm XX xUMit unit
all thw hext hramlsnf tmtmru1)! ami do
mpHllclliiora. free hot luui'h at all hours
552 Grand Ave.
Kansas City, Mo,
J. H. VMrttM, frea,
Mcnls t all hours U-r rrram and fruit
13 cunts up in avamin
(ilv- me a rail.
Rooms Krom 25 eta lp. Or Kales by the Week.
At 1 1 1 S N. 3rd St., Kansas City, Kan.
H. BELL, Proprietor..........
Mr. BattU Jordan
Can be found at her old
stand at 419 Cherry St
Drettmaklng and Plain Sew
ing Old Clothes Made
&. EZrrtbi
Tel 261 Main.
.09 Main St.
Broughams, Landaus, Tallahos, Wagon
ettes, Buggies, Runabouts, Traps,
Express, Pneumatio Tire.
Quimby Livery & Carriage Co.
George M. Quimby, Mgr.
Telephone 448 Grand.
909-1 1 1 3 E. 1 2th St., Kansas City, Mo.
KviTvthlnif HTtHliilnir to Mieil"
Mason & Hamlin
Were Selected by
l-'or lii two concert iit the
Auditorium Monday ami
m aSTSsa
C. II. COCNTKK. Mtfr. W. II. ntl'NTKK
Licensed Embatmeri.
Carriages anil flowers furnished foi
( all occasion
914 E. 9th St., Kansas City, Mo.
LouIa Roaenber,, O. M. Partes,
Proprietor. Bartondar.
Fine Wines, Liquors
And Cigars.
Louie's Place
Union liar.
I7.. 18th St., KanMKC.lt', Mo,
A Rare Chance to Get an Imported Woolen Suit or Overcoat
Tailored to Order, at About Half Price.
The U. S. TAILORING CO. has captured a $40,000 from New York City of the highest
grade of the finest Imported Woolens. Such qualities were never seen in Kansas City before. These goods arc made up
in regular $50, $60 and $75 Suits and Overcoats and $15 to $20 Trousers This firm retired from business early in
December and disposed of its valuable Stock to us. and now we will make you:
$60.00 Suits
and Overcoats for
$50.00 Suits
and Overcoats for
$40.00 Suits
and Overcoats for
$15.00 Trousers
$12.00 Trousers
$10.00 Trousers
This unheard of sale gives the Kansas City business men the opportunity to dress well, to buy Suit, Overcoat or Trousers
at about one-half the price these same woolens are made up in New York City and London by such well known tailors as
Poole of London. Rock & Bell of New York City and Mathews & Ely of Chicago. We simply ask you to come in and
examine this stock whether you desire to purchase or not. The quality speaks for itself.
800 Main St.
J. FLOUR, Proprietor.
800 Main St.

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