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THE RISING SON. , A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo Remember plense It's tne little bin we collect here and there that ennblea ui to run from year to year." LOCALS. Dr. Theo. Smith, the 17th Street druggiat la holding his own. You can secure a supply of Ozona by calling on The Rising Son. Rev. A. A. Gilbert of Lexington was in the city last week on a business mission. Get the habit of going to McCamp bell & Houston's Drug Store, 2300 Vine St. McCnmpbell & Houston, the enter prising druggists, are doing a nice business. If you have any news the Son will appreciate It if you will send it In here Tuesday of each week. We are all going to McCampbell & Houston's Easter Sunday evening to their Soda Fountain Opening. Bishop Atwell visited St. Augustine Mission last Thursday night 'and con firmed a class of six persons. You and your friends are cordially Invited to attend McCnmpbell and Houston's Soda Fountain Openlnn Easter Sunday evening, April 15th, from 6 to 12 o'clock. Music souve nirs for the Indies, 2,300 Vine St. Miss Victoria Overall has purchased a house at 1G21 Woodland avenue, where she bas established a studio divided in two departments, one for dancing and the other for cooking, in both of which she Is making ad mirable success. Allen chapel will arrange a, very appropriate program for Easter Sun day. Special music will be one of the features. Splendid decorations will also be arranged. The same Is true of the Second Baptist church and other churches. Rev. J. C. Caldwell of St. Joseph is spending this week in the city. He Is In council with Bishop A. Grant on the matter of the Young People's Conference, which is to be held here this fall. Rev. Caldwell Is one of the brightest young men in the state. Messrs. Moore and Harris, the en terprising firm of Undertakers and Embalmcrs, contemplate some Im provements on their establishment at 18th and Michigan. These men have proven themselves the acme of en terprise and thrift during their busi ness career in this city. The big store of Emery, Bird, Thay er Co. supplies one of the greatest center attractions for the Easter shopping. The show windows are a feature of magnificence. The Easter season brings on a stir on the part of anxious buyers, the most fastidious of whom seem to find the object of their fancy at the popular store. Meet your friends at McCampbell & Houston's Easter Sunday evening, and have a delicious cold drink with ' them. An effort to do good is within it inn Kiuuii'it; cwvru iliwuftil 11 IB uui In keeping with the views of the veritable pessimist. Rev. F. J. Peck of Allen chapel Is making a struggle to lift another note. It Is our church and all must , help, you can give the widow's mite. Mrs. W. H. Hubbell has a very at tractive establishment of millinery art at 190C Vine St. She has some very pretty patterns of spring hats. FOR RENT: Hnll in ennd Rhnnn ' with gas and water, at 529 Missouri Ave. Anyone In need of such will ' please inquire in the saloon under LUC Altlll. ' Rev. J. M. Harris, D. D., pastor of TV.nr.8 Chapel M. E. church, was re cently elected vice president of the Methodist Episcopal Ministers meet ing r,f this city. This meeting Is com posed of some of the leading white ministers, and meets every Mondny morning at the Methodist Book con cern. Brother Harris Is said to bo the first colored minister to receive such honor In this city. When you want the best news con cerning the Negro, place your name on the subscription list of the "Son" and thus have it delivered to your door. Get the latest in cold drinks at Mc Campbell & Houston's. Sherry and Apricot flipps, cherry glace, flowing stream, Queen's favorite. Rose and Violet are some of our winners. :.::! St. Augustine will have splendid music as well as fitting decorations. The sermons selected for Easter Sunday will be very interesting and the attendance is expected to be very large. Milwaukee, Wis., June 23rd, 1893. Gentlemen: Please send me two bottles of Ford's Ozonized Ox Marrow for the hair. I think it is one of the best hair pomades made. MRS. JOHN GAF. The Attucks School is almost com pleted. The school board promised this school for some time. The supt. Mr. Greendoow would like to see some demonstration of appreciation on part of the colored people. The Son will be glad to publish anything looking to that end. The committee on arrangements for entertaining the K. P. Grand Lodge to be held here July 24, 23, 2C and 27 of which Dr. J. E. Perry is chairman met at their hall, 1734 Grand Ave., last week for the pur TOFe arranging matters of business Importance. The committee issued orders to secure Convention Hall on the night of July 25th. Watch the Son for Information concerning the affair from now, on. . LINCOLN INSTITUTE NOTES. All classes are earnestly at work endeavoring to make a successful "finish" In June. Members of the senior clnss are making daily flights into the starry heavens into the intricacies of psy chology; while the sophomore normal, another graduating class is attempt ing to solve the mysteries of past ages and "the riddle of the universe" as deduced from the pages of ancient history. The public rhetorlcals of Friday, March 30, were of unusual excellence and interest. Nicholas Francis, sen ior 'OC, in an oration, "The Power of an Ideal," and Miss Ruth Cooper, Junior, in a latin declamation, easily carried off the honors of the occasion. The musical selections were of pleas ing variety and well rendered. The "Pink Tea" given by the seniors for the benefit of the clnss organization was highly enjoyable and a financial success. Rev. T. A. Cuchon of Oklahoma, a recent visitor, gave a glowing account of the good work that Is being ac complished along educational lines by Lincoln graduates who are teaching in that section. Among those whom he mentioned as doing excellent work were the Henderson brothers, Misses Zenobl.i Bruce and Lillian Brown, Laura Jack son, Mr. Seamon Hill, Misa Aurora Perry, a summer school student, and several others who are holding aloft the banner of their Alma Mater In that part of the moral vineyard, with! credit to themselves and to Lincoln Institute. Because of these facts, school boards in the territories are accept ing Lincoln Institute diplomas In lieu of examinations. Salaries are good, pay is certain, cost of living not ex orbitant, land plentiful and fertile. AH of which should be an Incentive to ambitious young people desirous of making a successful start in life. President, Allen's Sunday afternoon talkk, "Some Hindrances to Success," was full of Interest for students, teach ers and vlrflting friends in attendance, and contained aw do all of thes talks. at devotions, after dinner, and on Sundays, must valuable thought for the young and growing mind; and must In duo time bear fruit In pro ducing a thoughtful set of young peo ple, duly impressed with the serious ness of life. All will ndmit that in our present condition as a race, tills Is one of our most urgent necessities thoughtful people. The Brsvest Men. Undoubtedly the bravest clas of men that cver tro 1 the earth have been the poets. They con! i! say more fool things about such sentiment as love, and get. away with them, than all the rest of mankind would have the courage to stand for in a million years. The Stradivarius. Stradivnrius violins nre extremely rare, and of remarkable excellence In. manufacture. Their age and their wonderful mechanical perfection nec essarily make them sweeter in tone than les perfect and more modern instruments. Written by Robert Burnt. Iady Nnime has been credited with the authorship of the gong, "The Land o' th Leal," for over a hnndrcd years. It is now settled that Robert Burns wrote the song on his deathbed. Lady Nalrnc changed It, making it ridiculous. Especially on Rent Day. . i To dig is better than to talk. Springfield Union. ford's ; HAIR POMADE "OZONIZED OX MARROW" so The Jones Dry Goods Co. is keep ing pace with the wonderful growth of Kansas City. Every now and then something along the line of improve ments attract the down town shop pers. The Jones Dry Goods Co. Is reputed to be shrewd buyers. In this connection the people are becoming educated for they know the shrewder the buyer the cheaper he can afford to sell. So superbly are the Easter decorations of the windows of the big store that it is hard to pass with out stopping in. The Son requests as much as do the patrons, that it has been com pelled to turn over to the collector a long list of delinquents. We have tried in every way to avoid taking this action by calling or sending our local collector time and time again. These efforts have been met with promises. But this won't go all the time. A pay-day must finally come. Mr. Ernest Hogan, the inmltable "Rufus Rastus" of the footlights Is yet more In private life. Mr. Hogan is a cultivated gentleman of education, a reader, a musician, conversational ist of ability and pleasing, In short a delightful man to know personally. As a showman he Is acquainted with every detail of his great company. Nothing Is too small for his observa tion. His support is loyal and recog nize him as does the public, the pre mier comedian of hla class of the American stage. Mr. Hogan Is a comedian in the best sense. He ex pects to enter the more legitimate field at no distant day, supported by a company of good colored artists. He thinks the time is ripe tor such an undertaking. As "Rufus Rastus," Hogan is sim ply great. The hurrah noted . when he appeared In the Smart Set has been cut out. He does a clean, clear cut business that Is not rivaled. He Is Inimitably funny; not because he Is Hogan. Were he anybody else do ing the same business as he does, it would be the same thing. Every time that life seems wintry take It us evidence that the gardner meant for more than a summer squash. "when suddenly he tackled me." "What do you mean by that?" she asked. "Why, in this case he caught me around the waist with both arms and I couldn't make him let go." "But why?" she Inquired, with a sigh, "why under those circumstances did you want to make him let go?" Then she added, after a pause: "You men are queer creatures." Cleveland Leader. The average number of residents to the acre in Paris is no less than 128. There are nearly 700,000 apartments or lodgings In the French metropolis which rent for lean than. 1100 a year, about 17,000 bring $800 or more. Anything to Secure Peace. Turner Your daughter told me to call and fix your piano. Pater Well, what ails it? Tuner Three strings busted. Pater What'll you take to break the rest of 'em? Cleveland Lender. Some Doctors Are So Finicky. An eminent physician declares that two hours of Bleep before midnight are worth six after that hour, but that doesn't mean that he is perfectly will ing to have you call him out of bed at 3 o'clock in the morning to come over and tell you why the baby doesn't go to Bleep. 8omervlU lournal. STRAIGHTENS KINKY or rt'KLY 1IA1K thnt It ran bcpnl tit, i,t ativ aUlMAMlMil ........,.... , length. T ' knuwn aa "OZON17.K1I OV MARKllW" I thn only aafn Dronarattnn known to it. thnt tnakfa klllkw or purlv hair at miir It 1. m aft. I .litiwn ihovc It. linn mnkv th1 mn-l atllh at , horn, iinrali. kinky or curly hair oil, i , llltalile anil may to c.mib TIipbh rt'.ull. X may b nutalni-tt frm tint treatment; I f ' bult ar iiHiially sunirirnt fur n j-f nr. Tin i ,. nf !.trl'a Mnlr l.....u i , I'nVI'i' n A, OX MARROW"! n-muveii ami r-rtn.'tiu aR'n. X , limn", relti-rra Iti-hlntf. Invii..rati' tht rain. X . .ton. tun nmr rrtim lallltiimi ..r hrukn.a ..tr makpH It irmw an.l. by nourlfcliinit tlip ronu. ' llv.'. It ni'W lifo ami vlfcror. lit-lnu elegantly ' pt-rfiniMMl ami linruilraa. It la a toilet neee4tiy f.r la.lloa, gentlemen ami rhililren. , Knril'a lliiir I'omiKlo "7.NI.r.l X . MAKKIm 1 ha. IM.en matin ami .nl.l en-itlii ti.m.ly lnreii..uHMW. ami lalirl. "O.n.NI .Kl I1X MARROW". OH reclntercl In the Plilt.-.l 1 Stater, I'atent Offleo. In In all that Ioiik IHTlml of time thora ha neYer been a bottle , returned from the. hundred-, of thnu-.An.la we , have aol.l. 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Write your tiamo aud T ddre.. plaluly to The Ozonized Ox Marrow Co. 2 (None genuine without my signature) J 76 WabaahAvo., Chicago, III. Z Aitt'iit wnnti'fl -vr(rlier... T 3 Kooms Furnished Complete, $89.00 $8.00 Cash, $1.25 a Week MAY STERN & CO, Uth and Main Streets. Mrs. W. H. Hubbell's Millinery and Notion Store 1906 Vine Street, Kansas City, Mo. tfats 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, elc. Also Boys waists. Men andWomen's underwear, All kinds ot notions, We buy our goods at wholesale and can sell to ourjatrons as cheap as the downtown stores can. Save car are and give us a trial. We keep Ozone Face Powder, Electrical Skin Food, Scalp Soap. OZONE IS THE BEST FOR THE HAIR. 1906 VINE STREET, KANSAS CITY, MO. The Question Before the House It In n qili'Hllon of vhiT'. oil liny us to vli;it jmi iv t In Piiuum of lower lu'lcc. The record of our punt Is uur l'est prntiTt Ion. For mure tlmn 11 quinter of a rcntiirv we luivo liccn m-lllim in Kuiisns city (he licst t'lanos in llu world In ench clnss. Wo liae Imilt uji hero tlii jrreali'st l'lano business In the West mid have doiie it by fair, square deallliK . We shall continue to travel that road' We shall ntlek In one price to all aliUe. We do not pay commissions to anyone for hrliminn or st ndin piano cus tomers to us. Our price Is so low wo cannot do It. Wo sell $ 1 7.". Pianos for $12.1. Wo sell $2.1i Pianos for l;in. We sell $.".(iii Pianos for $210 Any of our Pianos may ho paid for In cash, or part cash. $).i or more down, nnd $tl or more a month. Tho price Is tho same whether oii pay cash or liny on tltno. There Is no Increase for time pa meats, only In terest nt t! per cent per annum for such time as you actually lal.e a very small Item Indeed. Wo carry over 600 Pianos In stock. Come nnd see. Count tin in your self cue, two, throe, four. etc. J. W. Jenkins' Sons Music Co. 1015. 1015 WALNUT STREET S. W. Agents for the Mctrostyle Pianola. Bct Place to Buy a Piano. Corbett J&yjfem Or TAILORING FINEST ON EARTI1 1025 Main St.. Kansas City. Mo. Our Spring Goods arc now on exhibition and vc invite you to call and inspect same and leave your order for your Easter suit Suits to order from $20 and up Overcoats to order from $20 and up Trousers to order from $6 and up Come early and order your suit and avoid the rush. C. COLLINS Corner 18th and Flora Ave. Do not pay car fare to go down town, but stop in and see our Grand Display Spring Millinery, Women's Spring and Summer Suits. Gents' and Boys' Furnish ings. We can please you. Our prices are right. C. COLLINS Corner 18th and Flora Ave. The Boston. ans The Spring Styles of these renowned shoes are on display at our store. Price $3.50 and $4.00 Style Show A brilliant spring show of worn ans's shoe fashions. A presenta lion of all that is most desirable, new and beautiful in feminine footwear. A display of distinctive authentic shoe styles. Such is the Dorothy DoJd display now ready for your delectation, And never were styles, more variedi They range Irom the most daintily tern inine to the ultra mannish. Prices $3.00 and $3.50 Pi OVI shoe: go. MOB MAIN ST.