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THE RISING SON.
UWIB WOODS buaoMi Maaagw. Published Ecry Week RISING SON PUBLISH1NGCO WSUHSCHIPTlON RATES: fm . M n DIOIUUI 19 tin month 8 Ona aauatb It luridly puld In idunn lmUrd at the Port Offirt at Ka$ Oitf, a Steoid VUim Matter. Correspondents wanted lo etary clly tad town id thi ntHte. Write us. All uews mutter Intended for pub lication ohciuld reach our office not la tor thitD Tutsriay, of each week and Butt be signed by the writer nut for publication, but as guarantee of auth ntli'lty, )FFIOtl-No. 117 West SliU. St., Kansas City, Mo. AU vertiatiitf Ratios, for on lnh, on Innartlon .M fur one Inch. v.'h auliMquKat Intertlon . tot two lBcht-a, ihrve momh I.UO y.irtwo lactir', all innndi loo for two Inch, nlna montha 10 00 Fa two Incbot twelv mootha uqo OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE RFST. it j Yhe paid circulation j of The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu-; lationof all the other I Kansas City Colored , weekly newspapers. October 20, 1905. Mr. l'wln Woods, PulillshinK Co., Kansas City, Mo. l'ar Sir: I regret that you were not aide to attend (lie recent session of the National Netrro llnsiness I.eaRiii', held in New York, AtiKiist Ifi, 1", IS. It was in many ways the most successful session we linve held. I nm very anxious that you continuo your interest in flip organization, nnl nm, for ilia' reason, writing to mildest that you send nt oncO check for fi.OO covering annual dues. Wo shnll bo able to place your name In the Proceedings of the. -LeaKU soon to be published, if we hear from you within the next few days. Wo shnll see, of course, that a copy of the Proceedings of the I'nguc Is sent to you as soon ns published. Your bndge. will also hi; sunt forward by the Reg islrar. Very truly yours, HOOKER T. WASHINGTON. President. Emery, Bird. Thayer & Co. Emery. Bird, Thayer & Co. , Emery, Bird, Thayer & Co. Urtmnn'r I,U' s,l'ason f,,r '"tiw-n's Suit and Coats is now at its 1u-in;lnh. Crowds nOlllGfl S tlirouj; tin- llurcl Floor daily and wc wish to urpe upon our patrons the disad- c ,. . vantages i.f pnttitip nff httyinj; the winter Suit or Coat anv longer. Selection is OUIIS 3D(1 va' m.,lu' ,nu,ry. I'.ird. Thayer Suit Room assortments' arc so large and the scale l prices so liberal that every preference and cverv pocket-book can Ik ac u03lS comudated. Sonic fecial fakpare schedulcij frr the near fittirc. Watch the ' daily papers.'. ' N : - BlankfitS . , warm c'vcrinKs arc needed in every houseliold now. Wc have, therefore-, put on sale the best of our mammoth stock of lllankets and Comforts pnrl at special prices for one week only from November I to November 7. Such a,IU v:,lllis ns '''se will prevail: 75c Fleeced Iilankets. 5c; $1.25 Fleecc.l Hlankets, Pnmfnrt ''Sc: 1,111 Sc N ,,iU' NV,)o1 ,,,la,lkcts- AH woo! Wankcts, $5.98; $1.25 Com- UUIIIIUI 10 furts, jSc ; Kxalknt Wool Comforts at $3.50 and $5 ; Sateen Comforts at $4.98, etc. ClirtdiflS ( l,r l ,1,irt" S"H , t'urtains and Draeries has lieen carcfuly pone through and all small niantitics up to 2i pairs of one kind and all other patterns wc wish JjnrJ to discontinue have lccn reduced in many instances One-Half and One-Third. $,V,Vx) worth of Curtains for $2,000. Odd patterns in extreme novelties in im flranorioc ported Lace Curtains at One-Third and One-Fourth reduction. No one with UldpclICo Curtains to buy can afford to miss this sale. The Furniture Department has grown fo that more room is imperative and, - ,. jn consequence, additional space in the new North Extension has been allotted it. lUrnillirB I " avoid moving any more goods than necessary we want to clean up odd pieces, and choice bargains in Iron and I'rass I'cds, Chairs, Tables, Chiffoniers, and the SDGCISIS :iUait V11' c:i,innt' l'ol,rsv K'v-' here details and j)riccs, but all odd r pieces and discontinued patterns have been greatly reduced and money-saving op portunities abound. CSrDfitS "H ''' tore is fast getting ready for its enormous Holiday business. H01'' Naturally those departments in which selling is particularly strong at Holiday time must have more room. For this reason a large part of the space occupied (Hill by the Foor Coverings has Ucn allotted to the Art Department. These Carpets and Ktigs which have Incn crowded out must le sold and sold at once. If you nllffS h;r Carpet or Rug needs this is your opportunity these values won't last long. Christmas rvJU,5SilrV& .tJjtSa I ChstskS I Unprecedented 0"Pfe Saturday in Our Busy Boys'. Depa A FEW SAMPLE VALUES rtment We liave at last succeeded In unit ing touether the fragments of what was known as Y. M. ('. A. .1. K. Moore land of Washington, 1). ('., one of the national ccretarvs paid us a visit several weeks liKO. Hi1 bt'oimllt to us hope ami inspiration, and by the united efforts of a few of our sympathizers we have again organized and from the present outlook everyt liuiK bills fair toward making it permanent. We have rented spurious quarters at 1 1 2 Kast ISth St. We have baths and will soon have our gymnasium fur nished. Tile expenses connected with it are normal. The younK men of our city can in afford to let such a splen did organization po unnoticed. We have no are limit. Every man poses sins good moral character from K to 110 years of age Is eligible to become a member. We meet every Sunday afternoon tit t o'clock. Come over and 1 am Hiiro you will come again. C. II. CALLOWAY, Chairman of the Membership Com. NO. 1 ?M lon loose Overcoats and Knicker bocker Suits, some with two pairs of pants; suits tire fancy elieeis, overcoat a are gray and fancy mixtures and made to sell for $5 and here NO. 22HO Juvenile. Suits and Hussion Overcoats in neat dark gray and brown colorings, a regular $::.rn suit am overcoat ; your choice Friday and Saturday for pants; suns $3.95 $2.50 NO. 3 Ron Boys' Suits and belted Overcoats; our hclter skelter suit, made with double seat and knee; our boys' long loose fitting overcoat a real $7.00 value; your choice ie Beat uun $5.00 NO. A Young men's new 'winter Suits and Over coats, ages 14 to 21 years; an extra ordinary showing of all the latest novelties and styles at 1KB Ul.U UIW $10.00 Boys 50c Knee Pants, four to flftrrn years 25 cents Richardson Clothing Co. iooq-ioii Main Street Boys' and Children's Lamb Wool Sweaters, $1. 75c. 50c 916 WEST 24TH ST. Huy j our Taffy, Fudge und Peanut CANDY for 10c PER POUND at STANLEY'S WHOLESALE FACTORY 24th and Southwest Boulevard. LOOK! LOOK! ! LOOK!!! Don't fair to read about the Wonderful CURL-I-CURE. WORKS LIKE MAGIC. We invite the readers of tills paper, who have seen our advertisement, and peril ;ips doubted the truth of same, to rend the following testimonial, dated October IS, I'.tti.-), which Is only one of hundreds of like nature we receive; Lincoln Chemical Works, Aurora, 111. Cent lemon: I used your criU.-l Cl'UE for two weeks, and I must say it is the best hair preparation I've ever used. It is the only preparation that has served my malr so well. CFRI.rI-C'L'RB does what It Is said to do, and I do not hesitate In recommending It. From the first application, 1 noticed a change for the better In my hair. My two sisters, who have also used CrRM-Cl'RE for a short while, Join me In recommending it to all. We shall never again be without It. With many felicitations, I am . Respectfully, ' Lizzie M. Jackson, 231 Carolina St., Memphis, Tenn PRICE 50 CENTS FREE OF ALU CHARGES. We solicit your orders and inquiries. See our ad. in this pa per. Refuse all substitutes. CURL-1 CURE Is manufactured only by, and all letters should be addressed to LINCOLN CHEMICAL WORKS, Aurora, III A. D. JOHNSON, Attorney and Counselor ATLAA I'rai'tli'e In nil the cuurta. JMvnrcen-Dnninitt-H nnd AccoiintH arnipoiitltv. t'rltnlu nl sml Federal rrnctlee. Ahmractcnrttully' ci n 111 j iitru. OKKICK 117 W. BTH HTRKET Bell Phone Main 2312. :td Floor. Will go on your bond. B. F. CABINESS, Dealer In Staple and Fancy Groceries, Coun- X ry Produce, Fresh and Salt Meats and Notions Mrs. W. H, Hubbell's Millinery and Notion Store 1906 Vine Street, Kansas City, Mo. ttats made to order. Your old ones made new or you can purchase anything in the millinery line you may desire We also have a nice line of Ladies Hose, Neckwear, Ribbons, etc. Also Boys waists, Men and Women's underwear. All kinds ot notions, We buy our goods at wholesale and can sell to our patrons as cheap as the downtown stores can, Save car fare and give us a trial. We keep Ozone Face Powder, Electrical Skin Food, Scalp Soap. OZONE IS THE BEST FOR THE HAIR. J906 VINE STREET. KANSAS CITY, MO. Paul Ullrich, Dealer In Staple and Fancy Groceries Fresh and Salt Meats and Vegetables. EVERYTHING IN THE GROCERY LINE ' 03 r GHmmm r s tmeet " 1 1 -v. ').. . . ,ir ,- ,,,: Especially caters to the colorad thaiM. 25TH AND EUCLID. Old Hats made to look like new at low prices at Cantrell Dry Goods and Hardware Co., 27th and Cleveland avenue. There is always a mystery about how the people next door live. IxUa of people take offense when there is none In sight. Bell Phono 1 1 1 5X East. A. P. Cantbkli., Mgr. Cantrell Dry Goods and Hardware Co. 27TH and CLEVELAND AVE., KANSAS CITY, MO. Dry Goods, Millinery, Shoes, Notions, Etc., Household and Kitchen Utensils. WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF BUILDERS' HARDWARE AND CARPENTERS' TOOLS. SUITS CLEANED AND PRESSED, tl East Side Suit Club and Ladies Wardrobe Ladies' Garments Carefully Cleaned, Prened, Repaired or Remodwled. Telephone Main W7. J.T. PAKKIN. S. I. Car. (in and Holmtt, Kaasas City, M THE E. Z. SHAVE. C. A. EVANS, BAP.BCR 8HOP For Flivt Clnss Work. 107 East 14th St. Kanaas City, Mo. WESTERN UNIVERSITY, THE GREAT EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION FOR KANSAS AND THE WEST DEPARTMENTS: Theological, College, Normal, Sub-Normal and State Industrial. v v... COUR8ES: Classical, College, Preparatory, Normal, Sub-Normal, Mu sical (Instrumental and Volcal), including piano, organ and har mony, Drawing (Fine Arts and Mechanical), Carpentry, Printing and Book Binding, Business Course, Stenography and Typewrit ing, Tailoring, Dressmaking and Plain Sewing, Cooking, Laun dering, Farming and Gardening. ADVANTAGES: Slpendld Location, Healthful Climate, Good Influ ences and Thorough Teachers. INFORMATION: For terms, prices and all Inducements offered write to WILLIAM T. VERNON, A. M., D. D. PRESIDENT, QUINDAR0, .... KANSAS. Phones: Office Bell "White" 4302. Residence Bell "West 15. David T. Beals. President. Fernado P. Neal. Vice President W. H. Seeger, Second Vice President. Edwin W. Zea, Cashier. UNION NATIONAL BANK KANSAS CITY, MO. Statement as made to the Comptroller of the Currency at the Close of Business, August 25th, 1905. RESOURCES. Loans and discounts....! 6,788,846.92 U. S. bonds at par $ 600,000.00 Municipal bonds at par. . . 344.591.33 Cash and sight ex change. . 3,698.201.72 4,642,793.05 Total. .$11,421,639.97 LIABILITIES. Capital stock $ $00,000.00 Surplus fund 400,000.00- Undivided profits 80,477.31 Unearned interest 91,212.0 National bank notes out standing 500,000.00 Deposits 9,479,950.66 Total $11,421,639.97 DIRECTORS David T. Beals, L. T. James, J. P. Merrill, G. W. Lovejoy, E. W. Zea. C. W. Whitehead, C. J. Schmelzer, Geo. W. Jones, F. P. Neal, F. L. La Force, Edward George, Lee Clark, O. H. Dean, Geo. D. Ford, W. H. Seeger. NATHAN M. DRUINE i.2 e "ol. Mo 1 5th Stn DEALER IN FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES, FRESH AND SALT MEATS, CQUNTRY PRODUCE, BAKERY GOODS AND iNOTIONS Goods Delivered at Any Time. 1412 E. 5th St. M. A. BROWN, . DEALER IN DRY GOODS. NOTIONS, Men's Ladies' and Children's Rubbers, Hardware, Nails and Other Articles. 24th and Elmwood Especially Caters to th t Colored People. Cheapest PIscs In Town for Best Goods. Save the Discount! Rebate of 10c per thousand on all October bills paicl bn or be fore November J 0th. (List of Agencies American Express C. on back of bill.) Kansas City, Missouri, Gas Co. Tenth and Walnut Streets. Gas Service, Main to Building:, Gas Stoves Loaned and Connected FREE Bell Phone Main 1196 X : PIANO FURNISHED. J5he MINOR HALL to Rent For Dances; Socials, V " Entertainments, Etc. . i.n;; .... n ''To Respectable Color Psosdo only. . Jk. V. MINOR, mgr., 0 W. mtH ., City, Mo. 10W IMPAIRS FOR ALL STOVES AK3 RANGES. Both Phones, wit