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THE RTSLNti SON.
UTTS WOODS, Buanwi Manvw. fubllshed Etery Wet-It ISINOSON PUBLISHINCCO WBCBsCKllTlON RATES: M ? rmi.bti. i6 F'ira nuutiu M 0e BOIIk , .1 Itrletlj paid In advance Inund at tht Pnut Offlrt at anni CUT, u 5coi.4 C'loM JfsMer. Correspondent wanted In ery city 4 town id thin Hate. Write us. 11 news matter intended t r pub Uoavtlon should reach our office not la tor than Tiunday, of eacti week an 4 But be signed by the writer not for publication, but a guarantee of auth enticity. rrioti-Me. Mr west siatr. Kansas City, Me. t. Advertising RnUi, far aae on. taaerilna I H ft on Inch, each lahMquait Inaertloa JO tot two tarhea, three month I.Ot Forrwo lacbe, en month 100 for two Incb., sin month MOO fartwelaekae twelve month! 11.0 OLDEST NECiRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, rWICE ALL THE RFST. i"he paid circulation cf The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. TO THE REPUBLICAN LEADERS OF JACKSON COUNTY. The Risiui; Son at this junction ilues 11.1t differ with the policies of the lii'publicau patty as a whole, but It does differ with you upon the candl date. whieh you ha.e selected for us to support. IVies it not look reason al.le to you that a man who will not aive to a lace which lias ri.nno votes to put him In offbv Hotiieth'ng In re turn. The few dollars which you pay tn the iii-KriK-s tb not pay the bill. The negroes of Jackson county went into the campaign two years ago with the hope of reward for their votes and not a mother's son of us got 11 thing out of the county, state and con gressional ticket. These promises that you have made from time to time have grown threadbare. The hobby of the Republicans now days Is to put a handful of negroes Into the conven tions ami rail that represetat Ion. The negroes definition of representation Is to hold some of those clepiit vsliips and not paltry five dollar bills. If we arc to bo deceived. Then let us be deceiv ed liv our enemies and not by our so- called political friends. The negro should take this stand When a set of men will not treat you as men, you should exercise the sain rights to eliminate Mm Irniii power as lie does to curtail your rights. If In thinks that it will hurt his chances for reeb-clloti by appointing negro deputies to his offers then the nt'gro sliou'd take the stand that they are not worthy of his vote. The same promises that are belli" made now were made two years ago to the negro after the election, there will not be a mother's son of us to rr relvr any compensations worthy of any note. Thr negro must take a manly stand against the man that does not treat him right. Let him be a Republican or Democrat. The man who stabs you, stab him back! What have the caud'datcs who were so successful two years ago in the county done for the negro, that he should come out again as ask the col ored men for their voles" The ItiMe says, an eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth. Let us negroes be men and stand together like Spartarus w ith h's brave gladiators and ask for our rights. Ix-t 11s like Romans fight for our rights, rights that the shedding of the blood of 10 million lives gave to as. Rights that by the death of the immortal Lincoln and old John Urown gave to us. Let us stand for the rights that Carrison. Phillip, and Charles Sumner helped to give us. For the past ten years the negro and the Republican party put me in mind of a poker game, that is; 011 every hand the negro would play, but when it comes to a uliow down, if the negro hail two pairs the Republicans would have a flush and 'JT f.ie negro had three then he would have a full hand and the only way to make him come clean and give us a square deal is to beat hlni. That is to take Ills own c'ub and thrash fhe very life out of hlni. and if you negro voters do that this time you will more than likely get a square deal next time. The Son would like to ask the Re publican leaders the congressional record of T. C. Vnthank In the South land. Who was It that took him to Washington and put him on his feet and made It possible for him to stand alone? Was It a good old Republican or a so-called bad Democrat? The Son would like him to answer through the columns of this paper. Hod forbid nny negro to be guilty of voting for a limn who will deliberate ly dony you tlio Hunts of a num. Have tlii' lirm-oi-s as much rlnlit to tlttiy you their vot-s ns you have to deny I1I111 icircst'ntatlon? I Tin' Son has round out that all uoinl nun arc not allied with Krl'iililiciiii party. the the THOMAS J. PENDERGAST. Nominee for Marshal. Where do the Negroes stand on this position anil on this blunt and square man? Mr. PendcrKHst's term 11 a marshal established a new era in enal pro press. He stood for the negro as well a the white ninn. No cruel trantnient of prisoners. No Jail scandals, but honest. Intelligent. Let us try him again. A CARD OF THANKS. We hereby tender our heartfelt thanks to the friends who in nny way assisted ns during the Illness, and also at the time of the burial of our beloved son. .Tames It. Crews, Jr. We wish especially to thank the fac nlty and students of Western Vnlver s'ty, the Allen Chapel Choir and the Fountain of True Reformers for the'.r expression of sympnthy. .1AMK3 H. CREWS. FLORENCE M. CREWS. Every one Is Invited to the Hallow e'en party at Miss Overall's Studio, L'l 1; W'lsidland. given by St. Augustine Guild. lts of fun! Come see the spooks and learn your future! Ad mission 10 cents. Don't forget the date, October 31. A Greater Power. C.ood Is a reality and a power, and a greater power than the evil. Every age has had Its saints, from the days of Ab"l until now. Human virtue has grown beside human vice. In some of the darkest, characters them have been gleams of light not of (no evil one. Amid some of the most violent scenes of human history have moved spirits of purity and klndneiw like s'sters of mercy over roach battle fields. And steadily mankind has moved upward Into a better present. And jealously does the present cher Ish the best that has come down to it out of the decay or the pas. Now. it Is every man's privilege to help this victory of the good over the evil. He cannot do it by .pi ssively watching the battle. Each on? must overcome the evil in his () II pf,, ny . persevering resistance. Hut merely repressive measures are nevar ode. imte. It. Is not enough that vice be absent. Negative virtue Is never satis fying. The demand Is lor an aggres sive goodness, for a positive virtue. The tanner U never satisfied merely to have his land free from wei's; he wants it covered with grain. As thp easiest and surest way 10 kerp the weeds from a Held is by givii g good grain a good start and cultivating it. so the best way to tree a nfi and n world from evil Is y rinding the good and encouraging It. ; m i ';,' ig and cultivating the good will the be overcoiiie. Hy simply waking lie most of the lust he discovers in himself and in all his fellowtnen. and y mak ing this a habit, a man will he render ing an incalculable service to the cause of righteoiistii's-i ami l nth In J he world. And now It is for turn to pnin the fearless faith of Christ that tl.e fond est hopes of 1 heir hearts are not im possible of rcaliat ion : that le no blest bleal in their minds sire tint im prar l IcnbW ; t' at they should believe in the power of good more l,nn in the power of evil, and lose t:-ut.. "pair and pessimism in the p iinMeitr of His fal'h and hope and it'l goodness He Coeth Before. "ft., cni-td t."fi.T vim." -Matt!irT vill:7. "He goelh liet'oie us'" hi it in famy? lie went before us there. In being llim.i If the Italic of llcihhdicm! Is It jou'l .' He "goi st before us" in the nuriur ug home of Nazareth, sanc tifying ratty toil and filial obedience. Is It hours of weariness and faintness ami poverty? He "goesl before us," an exhausted traveler to the wells of Jacob, "wvary with His journey." Is ll tetap'ation we have to struggle with? IIh "got t before ns" to the wilderness of .Imiia. and to (he awful depths if the olive groves of Gch seiimne. t'j grapple with the hour and power of liatknewH. Is i the loss of friends? He "goeih hefore us" to the grave of lli thany to weep there. Is It death (the last enemy) we dread? He "goeth helore us'' wrapped In the cere ments of the tomb, descending Into the region of hades, uncrow nlng the king of terrors, trampling his diadem Into dust' Is It entrance Into heaven? He "goeii hefore ns" there. Having overcome the sharpness of death, He has opened the kingdom of heaven to all believers. He shows us tbe path of life leading Into His own blessed presence, where there is fullness of joy, and to His right hand, where there are pleasures for everncare.- Dr. J. R. Macduff. Custom does not reason overrule. Rochester. And throw a cruel sunshine on a fool. Armstrong. Live well how long or short permit to heaven. Milton. They who forgive most shall bo most forgiven. Bailey. Sin may be clasped so close we can not see Its face French. HQ TO Off CULTIVATED. Friendship With Senator Not Likely to Be Spontaneous. Ex Senntor Chandler, of New Hamp shire, Is known as a man of uncom promising adherence to his own Ideas of right and wrong, and, like many men of his kind, has little diplomacy, carrying at times a large chip on each shoulder. These qualities made him one of the chief Irritants of the upier house of congress during his member ship. Senator Hoar's sweetness of temper, however, was not lost on the Irrasclble Chandler, and no difficulties ever entered Into their relations. Hoar, however, was not blind to his colleague's falling. A senator from the middle states, fresh from an encounter with Chand ler, sunk Into a seat beside Hoar, ex claiming: "By thunder, Hoar, I've had Just about enough of that auto crat from New Hampshire. You're about the only man here who can bear htm. How do you manage to endure him?" "Well," replied the Massachusetts man, with one of his familiar smiles, "I like Chandler; I really do; but, my friend." and here he lowered his voice, "I must admit that It's an acquired taste." LONG LIFE ' EASILY ATTAINED Prof. Metchnlcoff Has Simple Scheme to Secure Longevity. It is well known that the average length of human life has been consid erably prolonged in the last century owing to a better unerstandlng and better fudnilment of private and pub lic hygienic conditions. Few, however, attain old age, especially that of 100 years or more, and among these very few enjoy all their physical and men tal powers. Prof. Metchnlcoff, of the Pasteur Institute of Paris, shows the causes of decrepitude, of premature weakening. He demonstrates that certain cells constituting the human organism become mutinous and de vour the nobler cells of the body. He points out a special danger, the Intestinal germs and the poisons or toxine elaborated thereby, which pen etrate the system and cause the hard ening ami degeneration of tissues. The professor goes further and says . that man run educate and improve I these Intestinal germs and their tox ins. The most practical and easy way is, said he, to dr. 11k a beverage which contains the germs of lactic acid fer mentation, whose antagonism to the bad germs i.e lias demonstrated. Great Men Fond of Tea. ' Like all things in the world tea met wilh opposition at the first I .1 1.. .. I l...l.PA n I 1-u I llMMimit 111 nminiriiM- 01 ll. 111110 were ho me who called it a nltny cus tom, while others held that il would dwarf the body and destroy personal beauty. Samuel Johnson tells us that he was "a hardened and shameless tea drinker, who for 20 years diluted his meals with only the infusion of the fascinating plant; who with tea amused the evening, with tea solaced the midnight, and with tea welcomed the morning." Thackeray, Shake speare aud Lamb were all devotees to the teacup. "Meanwhile, let us have a sip of tea. The afternoon glow is brightening the bamboos, the foun tains are bubbling with delight, the soughing of the pines Is heard in our kettle. Let us dream of evanescence, and linger in the beautiful foolishness of things." . , Sixpences on a Tombstone. Sunday morning 21 old widows of the parish of St. Hartholomew, West Smithfield, went to the churchyard at the close of the morning service to pick up the sixpences which are an nually deposited on the tombstone of a parishioner who died several cen turies ago. The origin of the custom dates back to Saxon times, and It was revived soni" years ago by Mr. Hutterwlck. The little graveyard Is raised several feet above the level of the pathway, and to mount to this eminence the elderly dames are assisted up a step ladder lodged against the stone coping of the wall. London Daily Chronicle. Party service a specialty. Barber shop and bath. Furnished Rooms to EMPLOYMENT BUREAU. Gentlemen only. Joe Ottey, Mgr. WAITERS' CATERING ASSOCIATION Mr. Clom James and John Hustoi. 1223 BALTIMORE AVE. are predared to give the best service Bell 'Phone 4137x Grand. Kansas City, Mo. in the Tousorlal Department. David T. Beals, President. Edwin W. Zea, Cashier. Statement of the Condition of the Union NaiionaJ Baivk KANSAS CITY. MO. As made to the Comptroller of the Currency at the close oi business, June 18. 1906. ItKSOURCES. !,onnfi and discounts $ T.CVJ.CtO. 1! V. rl. boiuls at par.tKJO,OUO.OO Munli'liul bonds and oilier high claas bonds Hi pur ftlO.OO.OO 1.ton.4ntt.UI Cash and sltih exchange 3.51o.l8.0T Total. ..fl3,Utl8.!8U.i DESIGNATED UNITED Director V. W. Whitehead, Kdward (feorite, I,. T. Janus, C. J. chnielzer, .1. P Mer rill, O H. Dean, Ueo. W. Junen, le t'lark. tiro. I). Kurd, (J. W. Iivejoy, helix I. I.arnletl, David T. Ueali, t'eruaudo f. Ntial, Win. H. Merger l-U vlu W. Zea Deformed Chicks. While the faults of Incubation are responsible for many of the deformi ties found In the chickens, and un doubtedly weaken others In ways which are not so apparent to us. one cannot Gtate that the chickens which come from the egg In developed con dition acd caa eat ever die on account of weakness due to the Incubation, ays a report of the Rhode Island ex pertinent station. In my experience ao far the weak chickens, when prop erly handled, seem to have developed and grown as rapidly as the stronger. However, those which were hatched Incompletely developed or with crip pled members, as the legs or beak, have not been able to survive In all cases. Under the even temperature system, however, the weaklings, when separated Into hovers by themselves, (row unexpectedly well, and may at tain some weight As a practical mat ter, however, all such weaklings and cripples should be destroyed as soon aa hatched. To the poultryman who can devote but little attention to them they would prove an annoyance. Mo Oush In These Letters. In the 300 letters from Mrs. Jordan, tbe actress, to the duke of Clarence, afterward William IV. of England, her morganatic husband, which letters were sold at Lashby's, London, there were no terms of endearment. The letters all begin abruptly after the date line and end "Yours sincere ly. Q. J " Case of Necessity. wlzout her I shall die, mon- Starvation, I presume.." "Ah! aleur." "H'm! Judge. I Can Sell Your Real Estate or Business NO MATTiR WNIRI LOCATIO. Properties and Hualne or all kinds ro'ti Illicitly loriKHh In oil parte of thel'mied 1st n en. Don't WHlt. Write luily decrlhlna whut you have to sell and glva caah pi lie on anine If You Want to Buy any kind of HuslneHs or Hen I Kntnte any where, at nny .no , write me your ri iulre meum. 1 can nave you time and money. DAVID P. TAFF THE LAND MAN 413 Kansas Avenue. TOPEKA. KANSAS. FORD'S HAIR POMADE Formerly known u "OZONIZED OX MARROW" so STRAIGHTEN 8 KINKY or CURLY HAIR that It cn be nut np In any style dulred coualiteiit with lu i length. 2 Furd'l Rnlr Pomade formerly I known u "OZONIZKD OX MARKOW" and U f the onlv nafn DreDaratton known to n that inakfi Vinky or early hair fljtralght. at m hown anovo. Ita trna makea the mnl stub A iMirn nnraiu sat ussy wr turil sir ssisifiv ' rnmy iu vnuiu- j iirsn itsuih A , mmv b obtain! from one treatment: Xtn 4 1 Ih ilt Inst art tiauatlv aultVitMifc for m. Vfir. Thft m me of Ford'a Hnlr Fomitde CWONIZKI) i ha makkuw 1 rt-inoTe ana prventa a an a iruff, rHfHT ltrhine, invtirrat- thr rain, A top too hairrroin raiunieoiitttr breaking olT, I i w tctve. it nw lifo and vigor. Being elegantly 4 perfumed and Iiitriulrsa, it la a toilet 4 :nfcfnitY for ladtni, grntieoien and children. Korl'a Hair 1'ommie ("O.ONIKhD OX niilalta.Kt IlKll lkl ' "1 't ikV I Wit V f OX MAKKOW". waa rt-gUtered'tn the United 4 ! w tata ratentumce. in in all that long Derlod off tlmn there haa nrver beetn a boat la returned from the hnndrrda of tboaaanda we 1 I Kavarja airtM fnUIVfa HAIR Pfl U A It IT. T I wcq auu cuci tno, uu uisiurr iiuw iwiibi uu a WMn la. Da ism An l-'ilPfl'e m it iim I f makea the hair BTRAIOHT, ttOKT, and 4 m PLIABLE, Beware of Imltattoni. Krmnibor 4 that Ford's. Hair Pomade ("OZON1ZKD 2 X OX MAKKOW") la pot np only In fiOot. aite. 2 V .nil im ma.U nn In .ihUaBn mrA n. nm Tka unnlns Vi ftha . I n . ..I.. tiUawt Dm.. W w on each paokago. Refuse' all others. Pull dl 4 rent on witn every bottle, nice only w eta. m Hold by dmgglata and dealer. If your drug- i gint or dealer ran not anpply yon, he can 2 procure It from hia jobber or wholesale dealer I or anod ua SO eta. for one bottle postpaid, or T 1.40 for throe bottles or for sis bottles. m e sprout paid. We pay postage and espreaa m charges to all point In IT. 8. A. When order j aw inir sonti ).ai or aipmss money orur, ana t x mention this paper. Writ your name auu M W a1l raaa nlavi t 1 v 1 J I The Ozonized Ox Marrow Co. t J (Notu ftnuinl without my sitnilturO T 76 Wabash Avs., Ohloago, III. f Asenta wanted everywhere. 2 I F. P. Ncal, Vice President. W. H. Eeeger, Second Vice Presiden UABIUTIES. Capital stock I twn.OfioOo Hurplua fund 4oo,iioo.(ii t'nilivldfd irnflts 1os,ritH.lil ITncarncd Inti-reat 113,374. ou Nutlonnl bank notes ou- Htanillng WtO.OOO.oti Dt-poelta in.M.ni7.1l Total. ...Ill'.-.MW.UHO.Ji STATES DEPOSITORY. WESTERN UNIVERSITY THE GREAT EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION FOR KANSAS AND THE WE8T DEPARTMENTS: Theological, College, Normal, Sub-Normal and State Industrial. COURSES: 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, Coul.lng, Laun dering, Farming and Gardening. ADVANTAGES: Slpendtd Location, Healthful Climate, Good Influ ences aud Thorough Teachers. INFORMATION: For terms, prlcea and all inducements offered writ to WILLIAM T. VERNON, A. M., D. D. PRESIDENT, QUINDARO, .... KANSAS. Phonea: Office Bell "White" 4302. Residence Bell "West 15. Houses for Kent. hoomlnK HoiiMm for Hale on Kasy Terms. Can give the best Ullank References. F. J. WEAVER, Room Locater, Can give best accommodation in rooms. Why ? Bocause he owns and controls more rooming homes than any one man in Kansas City. Office 911 Oak. Home Fhonc 6256 Main. ART DEPARTMENT or Campbell Glass & Paint Co. 1225 Main Street. Kansas City. HOME PHONE 2727 MAIN. i ui.n n i-iii.i.i .iinnii,i.-ir-M-..ii,i i i . F.arrkrs, Walter liarrlaoii, John Shipley. 1333 East 18th Street. W 'A I Horn- Tel 385' Main B. II T.I. 3851 Gr.nd SHAVE lOo. TONSORIAL ARTISTS HAIR CUT ISo J. B. Lester. S. L. Clemons. Duke Mayes. J B. LETTER'S SHAVING PARLOR Hot and Cold Baths. 87 Ciraml Ae . Kai,a t'ltv, m 4 New Porcelain Tubs. Cigars, Tobacco and Pool. Massnge and Hair Dyeing a Specialty. O. O. MOORE, Ca.h Groceries and Meats, Flour, Provisions, Etc. Draier IM Goods delivered free to any part of the city Bell Phon. 1263 x 1603 n. 10th Slra.t. Kansas City, Kan. HIGH CLASS DENTISTRY EXTRA 1029 Mli? THIS WEEK MFIIiat, lOiteSt Mvtrriiflai, tie $8 PLATES $5 S5 GOLD CROWNS $3 RELIABIUIY Tk. Old Hellabl. n jr.ara before the imblle; our work ! luaraoteeil to give naiiMlacitoii ; all wurk kept In repair free of cbam.. Anj tiattent .bo feat had work doo. In oar ktnui Vitr oftlr. or In Ka.t.rn C'HIe. .bould com. 10 u ami bav. lb. vork .iamlniKl: any n.remiarv reiiHlra will b. .ba.rfuliy wad. freaof charae.Thou.iindii of w. l Monlal.from ..llnfled patient., aind and ooortfr en. ti.aliu.nt to all. A.k , our friend, about n. GOLD CROWNS, BRIDGES, 2.65 to $4.00. Specials on Bridge Rates This Week. Examination Free. ntler Killing J!ke WhlteCrowia Z(u flatlna KUIIna ! Palnl.u Kxtraelion lv T.ith Cleaned MM- UoKl Flilluc . . (0e to li All Work Guaranteed 20 Years. Llat your Real Katate with Weavr. Let Him t'olleet for Yon Kent Uuaranteed. , . - -- - , Cashikr, Aramlnta Ueuaett. 1'okti t, Danule Whealer. C. W. MONTGOMERY'S Barber Shop and Pool Hall Cigars and Tobacco Shoe Shining Parlors for Ladles a Specialty First-Class Service Laundry Agency Headquarter! fir I'trmrf, H a Hern, Mu lulans, Klc. East Side Messenger Service. Kansas City, Mo 23 YEARS IN BUSINESS EXTRA PalateM latratttea. TMtkCIani4, ! Special Inducement For Out-of-Town Patients SET OF TEETH $5.00 BEST TEETH 8.00 GOLD CROWNS, $3 to 5.00 CLEANING 50 No Extra Charge for Vitalized Air When Teeth are Ordered. NEW YuKK DENTISTS ioao Main St Entire and Floor.