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iiffiil Remember please Il'i in little blu w collect her ana tiert hat enables ue to run from year to year." LOCALS. Samuel Taylor of Bloomlngton, 111., visited his mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Taylor, at Kansas City, Mo., last week. Mrs. A. B. Brown will preach her farewell sermon Sunday night at the Second Baptist chorch, 10th and Charlotte. Mrs. Oden, 1221 Highland, Is on the sick list. She .contemplates going to Topeka soon. National Printing Co., has moved from Cth and Delaware to 1311 Inde pendence avenue. 'Tom Taylor and J. M. Woodford were made Knights of Pythias last Sunday by McKlnley Ixxlge, No. 21. For piano and furniture moving and express, call Geo. Jones, Home phone, 5185 Main. Packing, Shipping and storage. Phone your news to the Rising Son with an order for a year's subscrip tion. Bell Phone 4713X Main; Hpme Phone S8 Main. WATCH, WATCH, WATCH, for bills and tickets to the Great Un bleached Minstrels at Convention hall, November 9th. Sincere regrets are extended to the bereaved daughter and father and son of the deceased, Mrs. Mercer, who died in California. When yon want the best news con cerning the Negro, plac your nam on the subscription list of the "Son" and thus have It delirered to your door. Mr. Henry Common has succeeded Bun McRay In the hotel venture at 21 Charlotte street No man Is bet ter fitted to take charge of this place than Mr. Compton. Dr. Wm. J. Thompklns, recently of the staff of physicians and surgeons of Preedman's hospital, Washington, D. C, wishes to announce his office at 704 East 12th street; residence, Compton hotel. Both phones. The Hon. Tom Pendergast, who Is now nominated for county, marshal, the Negroes will not be a bit alarmed If he gets the office. We know he will treat them right And if he makes any promises he will make good. The pretty little stars are laughing love, The sky looks calm and clear The moon Is shining brightly from above, 'TIs time you was here; You said that you would' surely come at eight And with the twinkling stars, Down by grandpa's meadow You would meet me at the bars. K P. Dudley of Philadelphia Is ;in Kansas City giving demonstrations of the "Manikin from the University of Heldleberg." He shows mothers how they can, save a great deal of sickness and expense in caring for their chil dren; In fact he gives away some Im portant Information which has been guarded very carefully by the medical profession, and If he has not called at your home already he wishes you to drop him a card to the "Son" of fice. And he will call before he leaves the city. He makes no charge for his visit and every family should notify him If they have been missed. REHEARSAL, REHEARSAL! The next full rehearsal of the Un bleached Minstrels will be Sunday at 3:30 o'clock, Oct. 28th, at the Arling ton Hall, 18th and Harrison. All members of the Chorus must j be present at this meeting. Mr Will ! Marlon Cook will conduct the re hearsal. Mrs. Fannie Green entertained Borne of the members of William & Walker Company last Wednesday evening at her home, 1551 Main. Use Chowley's Anti-Sweat Powder. For bad odor it has no equal. Price 25c by mail. 5113 Dearborn street, Chicago, "111. Agents wanted. WANTED Two first-class barbers; steady employment. Address Harry Robinson, 314 Felix street, St. Joseph, Mo. Answer at this address at once. I have some vacant lots that I will exchange for rooming houses, furni ture In storage or eoulty In cottages. C. WEAVER, 911 Oak St Mrs.- Cllnkscale of Topeka who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. C. Smith, for the past few weeks re turned to her home yesterday afternoon. Dear Reader The Codaya Circle is an idea, its personelle is those men, women and children, who are in sym pathy with that Idea. For further in formation attend Convention Hall, Nov. 9. The death of C. W. Briscoe of Col: umbia last week was a 'sad blow to his wife' and relatives and his many friends throughout the country. He was buried in Columbia, Mo. We pre dict bright future for Dr. Briscoe had he lived. UNBLEACHED MINSTREL8. Convention Hall, Nov. 9, meet your friend In the balcony, In a box, or especially on the arena floor tripping the light fantastic toe, or else at the refreshment table. Prof. J. Wesley Hall finds that he will be unable to appear on that oc casion. However the dancing will be gin at 10 p. m. and the grand march will be lead. Have you stopped to consider the attractions 100 of Kansas City's best male voices under the, direction or Will Marion Cook. In him you have Creatore and Sousa peculiarly blended. Mrs. Will Marlon Cook, nee Abhle Mitchell, the lamented Dunbar wan thinking of her when he was compos ing "When Malinda Sings." 'Our own Miss Emma Collins, the debonair contralto, who' declares Will Cook has the widest range that Bhe has heard in a long time. He has been to Europe thU year even. The silver medal now on exhibition at the People's Drug store, a Negro jeweler's work, to be awarded to the favorite minstrel. Dancing Have you ever danced in the big hall? Do it Nov. 9. Kansas City's best Negro orchestra. Choicest Refreshments. f Mrs. Annie E. Brown, the great evangelist Is doing a great work In the city. You are missing a great treat when you do not hear her. At this writing she Is holding a series of meeting in the Second Baptist church, 10th and Charlotte. The Kansas City schools are mak ing a great showing this fall. The Lincoln High school registers 299, the Lincoln ward, C15; the Attucks, 524; Garrison, 376; "Douglas, 316; Phelps, 242; Sumner. 112; Bruce, 107; Penn, 53; Booker T. Washington. 46; Page, 35; Blue Valley, 25. According to the Negro population of Kansas City the nercentage nfftr-e children In school is very small. The Attuck school Is one of the best filled and best regu lated schools In this city and it will Inspire any to visit the Attucks school at this time. Prof. Bowser claims that he has a better working force of teachers than he has had In many a day. Mrs. T. W. Rich, formerly Mrs. Madge Jones, has returned from a trip to the northern states and will stay with her sister, Mrs. Richardson, at 1325 East Sixteenth street. THE MISSOURI VALLEY TEMP LARS ASSOCIATION. Representing commnndarles of Mis souri, Kansas and Nebraska Will hold its conclave banquet and ball at Con vention Hall, Thanksgiving day and night, Nov. 39, 190C, under the auspices of Far West Commandery No. 3 and Emanuel Commandery No. 25, Knights Templars. The general public are Invited to attend. Grand street parade at 3:00 p. m., headed by the K. P. band. Templars banquet at Convention hall from 5 to 8 p. m. Special guest of honor, Hon. William T. Vernon of Washington, D. C, register of the II. S. treasury; Hon. Geo. H. Green, Right Eminent Commander of Kansas. The competitive drill for the hand some silver trophy will commence promptly at 8 p. m. and will last until 9:30, all comrnanderles competitlng. At 9:30 promptly the grand march be gins. Music by Melford's Orchestra of 30 pieces. General admission 50 cents. Box seats 25 cents extra. Committee of Arrangements: B. B. FRANCIS. Chairman, T. W. H. WILLIAMS. Secretary. P. C. KINKAID, Cor. Secretary. God forbid any negro to be gu'lty of voting for a man who will deliberate ly deny you the rights of a man. Have the negroes as much right to deny you their votes as, you have to deny him representation? ' END-OF-THE-MONTH-SALE Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday the 29th. 30th and 31st. FIRSTOF-THE-MONTH-S ale November 1st 2d and 3d. ' These two sales will keep Interest centered , at the Big Store all next week. Many money-saving opportunities will be presented on men's, women's and children's wearing apparel and complete furnishings for the home. WW Shoes of Merit have caused Oviatt's to become the popular Shoe Store of Kansas City. The public has learned that "The Best" in Shoes is the cheapest in the longrun. Not that a Good Shoe need be a high-priced shoe, but it ought to be a shoe on which the manufacturer is proud to stamp his name. We carry such a stock, made up of the world's most famous makes, such as the John Kelly, the Harry H. Gray, and the Dorothy Dodd Shoes for women; and the Strong & Garfield, the Stacy-Adams and the Bostonians for men. STRONG & GARFIELD CO. ri C, The price of our Wo men's Shoes range from $3. to $5; and our Men's Shoes from $3. to $6. We can fit any foot on earth, at a mod erate price, and with a Shoe that is guaranteed to please you in all respects. Feet successfully fitted by Mail, too. OVIATT SHOE CO., 1105 Main Street, Kansas city. Mo. 320 Minnesota Ave.. Kanaaa City, Kansas. The Question Before the House tt is a question of where you t,u? as to what you get in Pianos of lower price. The record of our pout Is your best protection. For more than a quarter of a century we have Ik on selling in Kansas City the best Pianos In the world In each class. Wo have built up here the Krentest Plnno huslness In the West and have done It by fair, square dealing . We shall continue to travel that roao Wp chilli stick to one price to all alike. We do not pay commissions to anyone fur lrln;;hr.s or Ht iuliug piano cus tomers to us. Our price Is so low we cannot do It. We sell 1175 Pianos for $125. We soil f2r0 Pianos for $!!!. We sell $300 Pianos for $210 Any of our Pianos mny be paid for In cash, or part cash, $10 or more down, and $6 or more n month. The price Is the same whether you pay cash or buy on time. There Is no Increase for time payments, only In terest at 6 per cent per annum for such time as you actually take a Tery small Item Indeed. We carry over fiOO Plnno In stock. Come and see. Count them your selfone, two, three, four, etc. J. W. Jenkins' Sons Music Co. 1013-1013 WALNUT STREET S. W. Ant for the Mctroitytc Pianola. Bent Place to Buy a Piano. Home Phone 5113 Main. Bell Phone East 338 X. Lady Attendant, X3h A. T. Moore Undertaking Co. Funeral Directors and Embalmera. Parlor IS20 Eiit 18 h St., KANSAS CITY, MO. David T. Beals, President. Edwin W. Zea, Cashier. F. P. Neal, Vice President. W. H. Secger, Second Vice Presiden Statement of the Condition of the Union NaiionaJ Bixivk KANSAS CITY. MO. As made to the Comptroller of the Currency at the close of business, June 18, 1906. RESOURCES. Ioans and discounts $ 7,032,(40.11) U. 8. bonds at par.fUUO.OOO.OO Municipal bonds and .other high class bonds at par (100,00.00 I.WMflfl.liI Cash and sigh exchange 8.315.M18.07 LIABILITIES. Capital stock $ Surplus fund I'ndlvldcd profits Unearned Interest National bank notes ou-BtundlnK Dtpoelts noo.onoon 4iN,l!.HP loH.MHi.ni lia.574.tMi .vm.orxi.ixi io,.viii,;iot.ii .lll'.'JIW.IlHli.UT Total 12,208,80.yi Total DESIGNATED UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.! Director C. W. Whit) bend. Krtwsril (ipnrse. I,. T. Jimn, ('. J. Kclirm-lxer. ,1. l'.Mf r rill, o H. Dean, Geo. W. Junto, le Cisrk, Men. It. Kurd, i. W. I.ovrjoy, Yv , l.nKoletl, uavin I. titan, rernaDuo i. iveai, win. n. Mtt-xtr to-vin w. .in Homo or Bell Phones 253 West. Prompt Service. EMPLOYMENT OFFICE COLORED HELP A SPECIALTY MALE: AND FEMALE OFFICE HOURS: g to is a. m., I to 5 p. m. MRS. EMMA STOVALL 1014 North 5th St.. Kansas City. Kansas. T0VE IMPAIRS FOR ALL STOVES AND RANGES. The Best Paying Business For lhe Least Amount of Money Invested Having a Billiard and Pool Room No Bad Debts. Cash in the Drawer Every Night We can fit you out with a complete Hall for very Little money. We K. C. Billiard Table Mfe. Co., MAKERS OK GOOD TABLES AT LOW PRICES 1321 Main Slroet. Home 'Phono 547S Mmn Dell 'Ph. ne JIH Main R. L. PRATT. REAL ESTATE RENTAL And INSURANCE. Mouses For Sale On Easy Terms, Like Rent. 127 At Qth Strsot KANSAS CITV, MISSOURI. GREETING T SAMUEL DIGGS, a member of McKinley Lodge No. ai, am engaged in the undertaking business, and wish your lodge and brethren to give me- a call whenever you need anything in my line. It is my aim in th'is great highway as a business man of the race to give first class accommodation and quick service. Will be pleased to have rach and all of the brethren to pay my place a call at any time. Yours fraternally, SAMUEL DIGGS, Undertaker, Embalmer and Funeral Director. 1012 North Third St., Kansas City, Kan. Home Phone, 905 West; Bell Phone, 1094 West. 9 a COMPTON'S H TMI Oharlotts Straat, Kanaaa Olty, Mo. STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATIONS Ball Fnons W$ Main A. COMPTON, Mgr.