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THE RMM4 SON.
tlB OOPS Business Maaagw. Published Ktery Week WISING SON PUBLISHINGCO i-BUHSCKIlTlON HATES: M . ! . .efl . It 421 tnveirte. . . I 'iree rniini. ae mom ik . .. uleilf paid ta advance) fater-ed at tht Pn$t Offlc ai Kt QUy, M 5n.d CUuu Mttfr. Correspondents wanted In every city IK town id thin mate. Write as. All news matter Intended t r pub lication should reach our ofllce not la ter than Ttusday, of each week and uit be signed by the writer not (or publication, but a guarantee of auth antlrity. WIOCi-No. 117 WmI Slitt. St., KintM City, Mo. Ad vcrtialntl Rele, fot one Ifb. oo Insertion I .H or on Inrb. ri h aatieequeat Insertion .W or two laches, three muntn IK fur two tache, Hi month 1 00 for two Inches, nine month loot eetwolacbee twelre month It GO OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE 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. Is.ii dnrlht shame for a Negro to change his vote but if u white Re. publican does so its nil right and then Its very wise t.io for the Republicans to go around and ask the Democrats to come over in Macedonia and help him out and leave his own flock go astray. There comes a time in every man's life when he feels like he ought to have what b.dongs to him and what Is dm him, and this Is one of the times when we feel that the Republi cans do not need our vote. Don't ask a man all the time to do for you what you won't do for him no time. If ever we did anything in our lives that we want you to feel we want you to feel this net of our politically. 1 am re ceiving threats from some of the mem bers of the' Republican party ns to what will be my lot after the elccction. That, will lie 'no surprise to nV. You have the same rluht that I do. The I .ol d doesn't see any difference In boss .1. than he does In boss T. Do oil see? Notwithstanding the white Republicans may call the Negro an inmate because he does not stand by this ticket, but since you have fooled us so in the past, this is the time to get back at you. The fellow on the ticket that hasn't treated yon right cut him. ;i to the polls and deny bis ns be has denied you in the way of holding office. The county chair man in a caucus where he called In several Negroes to discuss this propo sition as he knew the Neitro was dis satisfied anil there he acknowledged the same that the Negro had not been treated right In .lackson county ioll tics and he didn't have a sufficient satisfaction to offer as to lay down this fluht so therefore we'll fight it out next Tuesday nt the polls. For the past ten years tbe negro and the Republican party put mo in mind of a poker game, that Is; on every hand the negro would play, but when it comes to a show down, if tho negro had two pairs tho Republicans would have a flush and 1 P.ie negro hud three then he would have a full hand and tbe only way to make him come clean and give us a square deal s to beat him. That Is to take his own c'ub and thrash the very life out of him, and if you negro voters dr that this time you will more than likely get a square deal next time. The Son would like to ask the Re publican lenders the congressional record 'of T. C. Unthank 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. To Missouri Teachers: Please remember the meeting of the State Teachers' Association at Mober ly during the C.'brlstmns holidays. Aside from a very high classed pro gram that Is being prepared, we shall have an educator of national reputa tion as the principal speaker of the week. No progressive teacher can afford to miss such a rare treat. "On to Moberly" Is our war cry from this time forth. You who have delayed sending your subjects to Prln. A. R. Chlnn, Glas gow, Mo should hurry and send fliem ns we desire to have our programs printed earlier this year. We can do so if you teachers will only act promptly and co-operate with us. All who send subjects will please be present and prepared at the time and place appointed. Have your pupils work so thiit the exhibits nmy be in teres! Iiir. Yours for n surcessfnl meet Ins. K. W. KMOHY. Cor. Sec'y. The Son Im found out that all the pond men me not allied with the Uepiildieiin piuty. THOMAS J. PENDERGAST. Nominee for Marshal, Where do the Negroes at nnd on this position and on thin Munt and square man? Mr. I'endrrgast's term us marshal established n new era In penal pro press. He stood for the negro as well as the white man. . No cruel treatment of prisoners. No Jail scandals, but honest, intelligent. Ixt us try him ngnln. The Negro Is not seeking social equal Ity with the whites, but he's seeking a square deal. What he wants is a chance to demonstrate his manhood and If you Republicans expect us to he your political slaves any longer you have certainly got another thought coming. The Negroes are beginning to read and think ns well. and you all cannot fool us nil the time. There are some Republicans on the ticket who are aiktng ns now for our suffrage who know down In their hearts that they Bre Just as much opposed to the Negro becoming a political factor ns any Democrat in the land. It was said by our honored President, all men up and none down, but you Republicans of Jackson coun ty say nil white men up and Negroes down. The Son assumes this attitude to wards the Republicans of Jackson county: We came unto our own and parties who bid for the colored vote. From tbe completion of the Republi cans of Jackson county they do not wnnt the Negro to show any Inde pendence about his vote. They sim ply want to herd us together like sheep going up to be slaughtered and want us to continue to vote the Re publican ticket but when It comes to oistiibution of patronage then they say you must keep still It isn't time for Negroes to hold orriee and make nny demands for what for what he so nhly contributed to. Now this kind of Republicanism is not the kind of Republicanism that the Negro Is go ing to continue to support. The "Kansas City World" in Its editorial last week was right when it said thai tho Negro was here to stay and that tho greater purt of his mean ness he learned from tho white man. Instead of encouraging the Negro and trying to build him up it seems to be tho characteristic of some to throw all manner of slurs In his face and to torture him and to put every manner of discouragement in his path to up set him mid keep him in tho hack ground. The Negro Is as good a cit izen under the circumstances as there is under the sun, according to his chances. No race of people has made so rapid a progress ns the Ne gro under Biuii a period as we are passing through now. He Is building homes, he Is turning out doctors, law yers and mechanics of all kinds. Ho Is a good farmer. Then why not give him a white man's show. Don't say that he Is not progressive and that he will not accept civilization, lie as fair with us as we have been with yon and give us elbow room and we will take care of ourselves. Tbe "Son" predicts a grent ma jority for Isaac Klmbrell this No vember. He has done his duty and 1 would like to know why he should not succeed himself. He haB put the loan sharks out of business and fright ened the Ice Trust out of their wits. Mr. Kimhrell is a man that has all the people's Interest at heart. It is not a question with him If poor or rich, white or black, but whether or not you are guilty. If Innocent he will protect you. If guilty he will see to It that you pay the penalty. Some day he Is going to be advanced to a higher station by the loyal Re publicans of Missouri. The "Son" appeals to Negroes to think like men. Do everything you can do to be a good citizen and to build up your own homes and protect your wives nnd children and to that end you must seek men who are friend ly to you and wili ng to lend you a helping hand and they are not all in the Republican party. If you will search the record right close today you will find Borne Ben Tlllmans and Yard amans in the Republican party and they are the fellows we are after. If there Is an honorable Negro in Kansas City who thinks and who knows a thing or two the "Son" asks this question: "What right has Charley Baldwin or Fred Adams to ask for the support of the Negro in this coming election?" THE BEE It RIGHT.' Tbe colored citizen Is asked (o di vide Ms vote. In the North condl Ions are different, and the colored itlzens, to some extent, Is a little better off than he is In the South. The Northern Democrat In New York, for Instance, is glvlnjrthe colored voter a chance and consideration. It is also stated that the colored voter has no place to go. There Is tbe Socialist Labor party, that believes and advo cates equality of cltl.enshlp. The col ored voter has shown his gratitude to the Republican party, which has long gone out of existence. Tie must now look for men who represent a prin ciple. The Republican party, so called, has permitted every Indignity nnd oppression. The colored citizen Is no longer the political slave of parties; he has decided to think and act for himself. There Is nothing to which the colored man can point with pride under the present administra tion. He has decided to be whatever the white man can be. It It becomes necessary for him to be a Socialist, Anarchist, Revolutionist, or any other thing he means to be. He will. also be a good citizen also, and will en deavor to prevent, his house from being Invaded by mobs. It Is not the man who declares that ha Is -Vonr friend, but the one that will do with out fear. This Is the character of man ta receive the colored vote and If a division of the vote could be made to the best interest of the colored man The Bee Is of the opinion that conditions would be changed. WISDOM FOR WOMEN. Woman nlone knows true loyalty of affection. Schiller. If men knew all that women think, they would be 20 times more auda cious. Karr. When we speed to the devil's house, woman takes the lead by a thousand steps. Goethe. Women especially are to be talked to as below men and above children. Chesterfield. Ileauty Is worse than wine; It Intox icates both the holder and the behold er. Zimmerman. When Joyous, a woman's license Is not to he endured, when In terror, she Is a plague. Aeschyliu?. Modesty in woman is a virtue most deserving, since we do all we can to cure her of It. LIngree. A heart which has been domesticat ed by matrimony and maternity' is as tranquil as a tame bullfinch. Holmes. The Mew ttQire 302 East 12th St. Suits, $7.50 to Overcoats, $7.50 to $20 Underwear, 50c and up to 2. SO Shirts. SOc to $1.50 Hats and Caps, SOc and up A. Mm LASSON COAL Keep all Kinds of COAL as cheap as any firm in Kansas City. B. F. Cary Feed & Fuel Co. COAL, HAY and GRAIN S. E. Cor. Third KANSAS Party service a specialty. Barber shop EMPLOYMENT BUREAU. WAITERS' CITERINfi ASSQCI1TI0M 1223 BALTIMORE AVE. Bell 'Phone 4137x Grand. Kansas Bell Phono 2170 Main DR. E. C. BUNCH, Dentist. Office Hours 8 To 12m. 1 To 5 P. M. 8unday by Appointment. A beautiful woman pleases the eye, a good woman pleases the heart; one is a Jewel, the other a treasure. Na poleon I. Women know by nature how to dis guise their emotions far better than the most consummate male courtier can do. Thackeray. When a woman pronouncesi the name of a man but twice a day, there may be some doubt as. to the nature of her sentiments; but three times! I Can Sell Your Real Estate or Badness I MaTTiR tMM ISCATIt. Properties and rlualneas or all kind void quickly lor ah In ell parte of the I titled Kin en. Don't wait. Write toil'jr tie-crtblog whHt you hare to tall and glv. oaab price on inmi. If You Want to Buy anr kind of Business or Keal Ratate any where, at any prie, write me your require menla. 1 can cava you tlma and money. DAVID P. TAFF THE LAND MAN 41 S Kansas Avanua, TOPEKA. KANSAS. FORD'G ..AIR POMADE! T Formerly knows aa "OZOKIZEO OX MARROW" so 1 STRAIGHTEN S 4) ITtNKV nw CURLY HAIR that It can hrmit i n In any alyle desired couslsleat with lu m Ford's Hair Pomade wt formerly J known u "OZONIZED OXMARHOW" and la f the only safe preparation known to ns that v) inekes kinky or curly heir straight. ihovn ahnva. Its nan makes ttit. fnil atntk. A X born, hareh. kinky or early heir eof t. 2 I pliable end eaay to comb. Tntse remits X W bottles ere usually sufficient for a rear. The w nse of Ford'a Hair 1'omarie ("OZONIZED 4 OX MARROW") remores end prerrnls den- aran, reiieTas ihdiiik, inTigoreiea sne bcbip. as, tope the hair from falllnsontor breaking off, T makes It grow and, by noarlnblnc the roota, Y elvea It new Ufa and vlenr. Being eleeantle J perfumed and hannleaa. It la a toilet m necflflsitr wr laoifia, e"n.icnirn ana cnuurvn. ej e FonTs Hair Pomade C OZONIZtD OX 2 I MARROW") he. bern made and aoltl contln 2 T nouilyalnre about IBM, and label, "OZONIZED T T ox MARROW , wee reentered In the United w Stetea Patent Office, In Wit. In all that lone 4 m ponog oi hub mere oaa neTer oeen e on.tia returned from the hundred, of thousand we -v b.t. aom. itinu b nAin rus.ii. remains 4 T sweet and effective, no matter how lone you J, T keep It. Be sure to eet Font's), as Its use ) ' mates tne nair btkaiuht, Borr, and PLIABLB, Beware of Imitations. Kemsmber i , that Ford's, Hair Pomade ("OZONIZED . , OX MARROW") la put up only In SOct. tlse. , . end Is made only In Chicago and by us. The ' ' genuine has the signature, Charles Pord Prest. ' on each package. Refuse all others. Full dl- melons witn erery noHie. nice only sv cts. ej Sold by druggists and dealers. If your drug- d gist or dealer can not aupply you. be ean A or send us M cts. for one bottle postpaid, or il.4S for thnw hottlMB nr M Ufn, ill knltl.. ietpreas paid. We pay boatsge and eipre.a charges to all points In IT. S. A. When order- i Ing send postal or express money order, end A mention this paper. Write your name auii address plainly to J se. ea a e ea sas ee ej ina uzonizoa ux Marrow uo. i lACHt rtntdn without mi limaturt ) I 76 Wabash Ave., Ohleage, III. Agent wanren everywhere. TMm AROYLK BUILOINO aoa matt tth. Com In COAL and Grand Avenue CITY,-M0. and bath. Furnished Rooms to Gentlemen only. Joe Ottey, Mgr. Mr.. Clem James and John Hustou are predared to give the best service City, Mo. in the Tonsorlal Department Home Phone 5648 Main. 805 Independence Avenue. KANSAS CITY, MO 9 IS. WESTERN UNIVERSITY THE GREAT EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION FOR KAN3A8 AND THE WEST. . DEPARTMENTS: Theological, College, ' Normal, Sub-Normal and State Industrial. , COUR8E3: ClassicalCollege, Preparatory, Normal, Bub-Normal, Mu sical (Instrumental and Yolcal), 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, CouUng, Laun dering, Farming and Gardening. ADVANTAGES: Slpendld Location, Healthful CHmato, Oood Influ ences and Thorough Teachers. INFORMATION: For terms, prices and all Inducements offered write to WILLIAM T. VERNON, A. M., D. D. PRESIDENT, QUINDARO, .... KANSAS. Phonee: Office Bell "White- 4302. Residence Bell "West 15. Honaeg for Rent. Huomlns Houea for Hals on Kaay Tt-rnia. Can give ilia bin of Bank References F.J. WEAVER, Room Locator Can give beat accommodation in rooms. Why ? Because he owns and controls more looming houses than any one man in Kansas City. Office 911 Oak. ART DEPARTMENT Campbell Glass & Paint Co. 1228 Main Street. Kansas City. HOME PHONE 2727 MAIN. aSaerfSaigasJSawaeahsltjgaBja I'AHBkrh, Waller narrlaon, John Hlupiey. 1333 East 18th Street. Ham- Tel 38S Main b.ll Tel JI5I Grand SHAVE lOo. TON SERIAL ARTISTS rHIFl CUTIBo J. B. Lester. S. L. Clemona. Duke Mayes. J 0. LETTER'S SHAVING PARLOR Hot and Cold Baths. SAT iirand Ave . hi.sis cite, n 4 New Porc-lain Tubs. Cigars, Tobacco and Pool. Massage and Hair Dyeing a Specialty. O. O. MOORE, Cafh Groceries and Meats, Flour, Provisions, Etc. Dealer in Goods delivered free Bell Phone 1263 x HIGH CLASS DENTISTRY EXTRA THIS seMril.es, 10 to It SVerflSee lie $8 PLATES $3 $5 GOLD 1ZL REUAIIIIIT ' The Old Reliable S rears before i he pnbllrt our work Is naraoteed to alee satlrlaoilon : all work kept In repair free of ebane. Any patient won has bad work done In our Kansas i ll? crnce or In Beatern Cities should nonie io us and hare the work examined: anr neoesserr repairs will be ebeerf ul i n ade free of cbarae.Thoii.anda of tes I asoalalafroai sailsSed patients, klml andeourte one (reatmenilo all. Ask rour friei'ds ahout ue- OOLD CROWNS, BRIDGES, $2.65 to 84-00. pedals on Bridge Rates This Week. Examination Free. Bllver Filling 2Vo White Crowes tV) Platlna Hilln 60c Painless Kxtrevtion iiic Tertn Cleaned .. I lie Uold rilling Me ioPl All Work Guaranteed 20 Years. Ltatyonr Heal Kstatewltb W'eav -r. Let Him :olleet ft r You Hen Guaranteed. Home Fhone 6236 Nsin. OF- Cashish, Are mln ta Henaatt. i'UKTE I, Uauule Wheeler. C. W. MONTGOMERY'S Barber Shop and Pool Hall Cigars and Tobacco 8hoe Shining Par'ors for Ladies a Specialty First-Class Service Laundry Agency lleodUHrier f .r lvr.arH, v alter. Mu lclaus, Etc. Esst Sids Mcssencer Scrv.co. Kansas City, Mo to any part of the city 1(03 f. 10th Street, Kansas City, Kan. 1H90 Main 23 YEARS WLy st. IN BUSINESS WEEK EXTRA a'trtees titratttee. t'e TeetkCkanea.ll CROWNS $3 Special Inducement For Ouf-of-Town Patients 8ET OF TEETH 85.00 BEST TEETH 8.00 GOLD CROWNS, $3 to 6.00 CLEANING .50 No Extra Charge for Vitalized Air When Teeth are Ordered. NEW YUKK DENTISTS lose Main St. Entire snd Floor.