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THE RISING SON. A. B. Johnson, Assistant Manager. Eugene, Vaugnn, A at. Kansas City, Kan. I3H Sptit Log. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo Remember please It's the little blu we collect here and tbere hat enables us to run from yenr ti year." LOCALS. Girl wanted to do collecting on this paper. Call at office mornings. You get your mouey'a worth when you trade at Rail's, corner 19th and Flora. He Is O. K. Go to Cantrell Dry Goods and Hard ware Co for up to date Millinery, 27th and Cleveland avenue. Best Millinery at lowest pices at Cantrell Dry Goods and Hardware Co., 27th and Cleveland. Great Silay Family. The great family of Sllay, a city of 14,500 inhabitants In the Philippine island of Negros, Is that of Ming Lee. They are Chinese mestizos, partiarchal and vastly rich, the great house shel tering the sons and their families, more than forty adults, with J roves of children. The eldest son has just completed bis second term as governor of the Island. The head of the fam ily Is the mother of his excellency. Benora Ming Lee, who Is 80 years old, 6 feet tall and probably weighs 250 pounds. She Is an Inveterate gam bler and will remain for two days at the round game of Panglngi, her meals being served In a chair at her side. About the only respite she takes from her favorite game la on SunJay morning, when she drives to church In her Manila built victoria. He May Repent. Mr. Bryan asumes a tremendous re sponsibility by leaving the country for a year to Its fate, and he may be com pelled to repent in sackcloth and ashes that he permitted his curiosity to be hold strange lands and people to lure bim from his place on the watchtower, It is noe recorded that either of the Gracchi left Rome while the crisis was still on. New York Globe. Negro Medical Student Makes 100 Per Cent. In Examination. Dr. Paey made 100 per cent, at the Kansas State Board of Medical Ex amlnatlon In Bacteriology. Thirty-one sat in the examination with htm. Dr. Paey is a Negro and the first to ob tain a round hundred In a test. Mrs. W. H. Hubbell has opened a millinery and notion store near the corner of 19th and Vine streets. Mr. E. Coneway is In the barber business on 10th street. Call and see him. He will treat you right. Good meals and good service, and old-fashion cooking may be found at the "Little Baltimore, 125 West 7th etreet. Foolish Men. "Isn't it strange," said the reflective citizen, "that burglars and highway' men wit! take the awful chances they do. Just for a few dollars?" "It does seem odd," responded Sena. tor Sniffklns," when there are safe, easy, remunerative propositions like politics and life Insurances to go Into." Colored people, get your groceries at Arthur Rau's, Northwest corner of 19th and Flora. Everything guaranteed. A nice line of Baby Caps at lowest prices at Cantrell Dry Goods and Hardware Co., 27th and Cleveland avenue. Call up National Printing Company for anything you want In the printing line. They will call and see you. Bell 'phone, Main 2719 X. FOR COLORED PEOPLE. 1409 Highland avenue, four room flat; $10 per month; city water. Apply Corbetts, 1025 Main St. Call and examine our line of chil dren's School and Dress Hats, Can trell Dry Goods and Hardware Co., 27th and Cleveland avenue. When you want the best news con cernlng the Negro, place your name on the subscription list of the "Son" and thus have it delivered to your door. All subscribers of the Son will please be ready to meet the demands of our collector next week as we need the money now due In order to con tinue business. A little now and then will aid us considerably. Mrs. Lena Mason, the evangelist, lias returned to the city after a stay of a few weeks out east. She will conduct services in the city again. Subscribers to the Son will kindly remit theamountof their Indebtedness to this office at once, as we need tho money. Our office Is open from 9:00 a. m. to 5:00 p. m. every day except Sunday. 117 W. Cth street. A Woman's Confidence May well be reposed in a Dorothy Dodd The Faultless Fitting Shoe. $3.00 $3.50 ?M No broken faith In t'ornthv lold Shoes, no unkept promises only the deliKlitful fnlnllinent of your happy anticipations. It would be imponeihlo to better atlsry your exactions or a ritlifiil" sli at even double the price. MAIL ORDERS riLLKU. Strong&Garfield's New Fall Styles Our windows will give you a good idea of the swell swagger styles to be worn this season for dress wear. $500 and $6e00 Values OVIATT SHOE CO. (105 Main Street. 520 Minnesota Ave., Kansas City, k'as. Astors Back to the Farm. Miss Margaret Astor Chandler, a great-great-granddaughter of the first John Jacob Astor, has started a dairy near Tarrytown, the home of Miss Helen Gould, and will conduct it in accord with the latest ideas of the board of health. As her income is already $30,000 a year. It is evident that it Is occupation and not money that she seeks. Possibly the Case. "They say that Snooks has been earning $100,000 a year, and yet he ac cepts a government Job at $8,000." "Well?" 4 "How do you account for It?" "I don't know. Perhaps the hundred thousand was mostly In stage money." PIONEER TRUST COMPANY Dwlght Building 10th and Baltimore Avenue. KANSAS CITY, MO. Capital 9267,500 Surplus 9207,500 Transact a General Trust and Banking Business. Paya 2 per cent on Checking Accounts. Allows 3 per cent on Saving Deposits. ... ... Time Certificatea Issued. Carea for Real Estate and Mortgage Investments. Now is the time to beging Saving. Dont delay, $1.00 will start an account. OFFICERS: WALTON H. HOLMES President. F. C. MILLER Vice President. C. F. HOLMES Vice President. CHAS. 8. GLEED, Vice President. H. C. SCHWITZGEBEL Sec'y and Treaa. BIRD H. McGARVEY, Asst. Treaa. E. L. SCARRITT, Counselor. B. P. FIN LEY, Attorney. In the Beginning. Adam hung his hat on the nail. "Oh, Adam," cried his frightened spouse, "there was such a queer look ing man came and insisted on kissing little Cain." With bitter tears they realized the office-seeker was abroad In the land On to Him. "Yes," Bald the red-eyed clerk. I'm a little late this morning. The mid night oil. you know " "H'm!" interrupted his employer, "oil, eh? Well, the next time you paint the town I'd advise you to use water colors exclusively." The manager of the Rising Son feels very grateful for the many kind fa vors the white people have shown in tho past and we will try to merit your confidence In the future as in the past. Itev. Lena Mason preached her fare well sermon at Allen Chanel Sunday night. She has been very successful throughout her stay In the city. The members of Allen wished her a hap py return home. Lewis Woodson spent, a pleasant trip this week visiting Mr. and Mrs, T. B. Carter at Jefferson City, form erly of this city. He made a very fa vorable comment on the nice dinner served him. The only objection found was In connection with the church work which he reports Is very unsatisfactory. This would be a better world If the men who have lived in tl bad lived up to their obituaries. Many a person prepares for a rainy day by appropriating his neighbor's umbrella. Let Not Your Angry Temper Rite. "Look her, waiter, I've been sitting here forty minutes waiting for my din ner. You told me everything was ready to serve." "It was, sir." "Then why didn't you bring it? You keep a fellow waiting so long that be eats a lot more. Seems to me It would be cheaper to serve quickly." "No, sir boss; you see, when he gets so hungry he could eat everything, we keep him waiting till he gits so dura road he can't eat nothhj". Them's our orders, sir. What'a left cl;ar gain." Nothing Doing. A German who invented a telamobllo skop To detect when a vessel Is approach ing . Another vessel on the ocean. Chose a mighty bad name For a fellow to make a limerick out of. Kansas City Drovers Telegram. Professional jolliers have many fe male friends. Vacation. We save our coin for many a day. Collect a good-sized hoard, Then ro nnd spend It in a way We know we can't afford. What Rojestvensky Escaped. Pittsburg has sent Admiral Togo a box of stogies. After all, Rojestvensky may have known what he was about when he consented to get licked. One Doubt Remains. The only doubt that occurs to us In regard to the new role of the Presl dent us peacemaker, Is how he Is going to keep from showing his teeth. NATIONAL PRINTING COMPANY. Only Negro Printing Office in City 205 Wales BIdg. Cor. Cth & Delaware. Many of ua, if we get coffee like mother used to make, would raise a rough house like father used to make, There is no hope for a man who wastes his time arguing with women and babies. Is your life unheppy? Think of the man whose wife makes vinegar pie for desert. A man doesn't amount to much un less he la able to prove it. THE BEST PIANO AND ORGAN BARGAINS AT HOFFMAJTS SPLENDID SQUARE PIANOS 920 to 950 SLIGHTLY USED UPRIGHT PI A NOG 985 to 91 25 FINE CHAPEL AND PARLOR OR GA NG 915 to 9125 ICNO FOR BPmCIAL RRICK LIT. (ariJfoffman MUSIC COMPANY '(T ST.KAMSA G. A. BICKELL Dealer in STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, FRESH AND SALT MEATS. VEGETABLES AND NOTIONS. 581 TROOST AVE. Especially Caters to the Colored People. Small expenses. Wilt iwvt any pi lees in my line. &. Weber The well know MEHCHA.JVT TA.ILOH. after an extended trip through California mid the went, is with us again. Everybody rvmemberii Mr. Weber by the many stylish and well-mmln suitH ho has put up. He is now at 12061 East 18th Street Where he will bo glnd to see his old Irlencla and 1'iiNtomcrs. C.CO LE INS COR. 18th AND FLORA We Are Now In Shape to Handle Fall Trade n our several departments we have STYLISH MILLI NERY, WOMEN'S SUITS and WRAPS, GENTS' AND BOYS' FURNISHINGS.BOOTS and SHOES, NOTIONS and DRY GOODS of every description. We can fit you out at prices that are right. Call and see us. Why Not Gave Car Fats. C. COLLINS COR. 18th AND FLORA 8. I. CHANDLER'S First Class Artist In Barber Shop. Pool Tabla BARBER SHOP and RESTAURANT Popular Prices, Work Guaranteed Best Meal In the City for 10 and 15 cents 112-114 E. 6th Street. KANSAS CITY, MO. J. C WAGNER Dealer in STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES, FRESH AND SUT MEATS AND VEGETABLES. EVERYTHING IN THE GROCERY LINE. Spring Chickens at 12 cents per pound. Come and sec mc or phone your order. BELL 'PHONE 132 EAST. 1819 HOWARD STREET. S. GOLDMAN DEALER IN STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES FRESH AND SALT MEATS FRUITS. VEGETABLES AND NOTIONS POULTRY AND PRODUCE 1bomc Ipbone 5292 Iflain. 516 Uydla Avenue Especially Caters to the Colored People. Everything New and Fresh. Goods Young Spring Chickens 12Jc a Pound. Charles Schleicher DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Groceries. Fresh and Salt Meats. Country Produce and Spring Chicken (III DKI.I VKRKI) TO ANV lf A HT Of TIIK :ITV. Home Phone 2615 Main. i Kt 19th Street. Especially Caters to the Colored People. DEALER IN STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES. FRESH AND SALT MEATS. VEGETABLES AND NOTIONS Cigars and Tobacco. BIO CAST NINETEENTH STREET Especially Caters to the Colored People. Everything New and Fresh. Goods Delivered. MRS. EMMA VIA, tea fosjkst, DEALtK IN Staple and Fancy Groceries and Produce frsiA Milk Crmmm mt All Tlmmt, The Only Place to Buy the B?t Provisions at Lowest Prices. Especially Caters to the Colored People. Notions and Candies. Try Our Milk and Cream.