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The Rising Son.
YM. T. WASHINGTON, IMltor mill Owner. OtTii o I K. Twi 1ft h St. rbllshe(J Eery Wre RISINOSON PUBLISHINCCO rBOBSCHHTlON RATES: rj an In DMauaa It fir, montaa at aa aiuala IS Strictly aald tn adranoa fttterMl U (A Port Offlrt i Itnnu OUj, m Stcoiui (,'Uitt If attar. Correspondents wanted la rtry city ta4 town id thin state. Write or All news matter Intended I r pub lication should reach our office not li ter than Tutelar, of each week and Butt be signed by the writer not for publication, but m guarantee of auth enticity. I-: ist liiy. VCilIlr...S AdvcrtialiiH Rwtaa, Ear 0a laflh. ob laaartlua I H or odc Inch, raeh (a.qu.nt Inacrtloa J ur two tachra, Ihrve monib I.OS foflwolichM.m montii loo For two lai-baa, nlna montba ICOO vmr l rtwglacaaa ta.lva aiuolht it or ELDEST NECiRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE RFST. "i"he paid circulation cf ThiE Rising Son is more Chan double thtombincd circu- Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. Nilson I'nws. as one .if ftimi ii"unn-s in politics, .-iivs 1 1 1 ! i tllll-t UO. our the The elui.s as a menace I" our young in it ami wntm n must ! ahnli.h-i. The n a.-on why tin se clubs have not In i ll put out of business is because Ho lI'Mi't'llltlli 'I set of im uiois would ill i dare aualnst litem. Peter Campbell, one of our neuio officers is taking his vacation, peter Campbell is niu of the negroes that does ililuus. II" litis landed more m--lilies iii poliijiiil jobs than any oilier liei;r in the ciiv. II" litis alway bi i ll a l.ictor to be CotiMilel d In poi itics. THE NEGRO CLUBS ARE A RUINA TION TO THE YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN OF KANSAS CITY. The Sou. iii its last Issue took n stand against urn ,l the greatest evils Kansas Cii hits tn lialtle with, and lll.it is in reuanls tn the negin clubs which entice the otiug nu n and wo men from ihcir homes. The negroes will never be a race lit i 1 our good uegiM clti.ens conic oul boldly .mains! an h places which I' ally act as hinuiif ratigs against Hu nt! e. How uianv of my tboiisauds of icad eis deep d.iwn In tin it In tuts condemn these places, but liiivr not the cour age to conn- out ; i u . 1 1 1 1 them. .Moth ers ami lathers if ou do not make a stand now jnu will regiel It in after years. .lust las! ear one .if those individuals claimed that his place was a literary club for Ihc benefit of tin .Miungr men. Claiming that the pur pose was to proiiiole social, intellec tual and the moral side of its members. The intelligent negroes sat passively by and I'llnwed their posit ions mil Mi'lving In bi ii'"d lo promote on of the greatest evils Hut the negro has tn deal with. I'hatik C,d we have one stalwart preacher of I ne dispel who Is not afraid In sneak out against these pluci s and that Is our own no ble llcv. Samuel Itacole. Co. lie on oil strong minister of the liospel. array yourself and begin battle against lliese damnable Institutions. N(1 nunc back sliding but let there be a washing of linen. Let' the negro women arouse themselves ill behalf of their wayward daughters and sons. Come on fathers and recognize this crucial period of our progress and do something for vour race. Just a little over a week ago Arthur Ashcraft. once a pupil of Lincoln school was shot to death in one of these places. Xow what are we going to lo to rid ourselves of these evils. There must be a division in this city. The good negro versus the bad ne gro. It Is from these places that crime originates. A man loses all his money, feels down and out. and the first thing you know a crlinv has been committed. Oh! Alnilgthy Cod, who shapes the destiny of man anil rules the mighty universe, come down up on your chosen people at this critical time, (live the negroes power to com bat Its greatest evil. O! Cod! Will you come among us. Will you help the negro In his undying crusade against these most damnable institu tions, which are a menace to our race. St, Joseph, Mo., Nov. 2C. At the annual convention of the Interstate Literary Society to be held In S. Joseph during the Christ mas holidays In nddltlon to the liber al reward for the best original pro duction in Oratory, Poetry, Music and English Composition the Exam ining committee has arranged for an Art exhibit and contest. This con li.t will be opened to Art Clubs and Sewinii I'lrrlr-s will embrace pnlntlnK, I ih.iwini.', ntul fancy needle work. The IihhIs df repiPHcntntlon l ns follows: Each club la entitled to three delegate, it corrcsitondlng num ber of alternates, tli number of ex 1 1 i i t .t yliall be limited to nine, three to e.K li Hiiliject. The pilzen, niiK' In number, will be In a scries of three, classed an first, second and third, flubs not inetiibers of the Interstate nr i-e(ulred to pay $1.50 to enter the coniestH. Clubs that are nicmbers pay an extra $.50 (50 cents). All exhibits are to bo relstried ami numlx-red before the opening of the contest and the prizes will be award ed by these numbers. The punxisc of the Art Exhibit and contest as well as those In Oratory, loetry. Mu sic, and Composition Is to give In spiration and pnconraRcmcnt to the young men and women to become ac tual contributors to the mental and material development of the race. Literary Societies and Art Clubs that have not reported are urged to send a list of their delegate, pro gramme numbers and fees not later than December Cth to W. A. Hill, chairman of the examining commit tee. K.j:; Savannah Ave., St. Joseph, Mo.: or tn Mrs. W. I,. Cranf. Cor. Sec. l!:i X. Fourth St., Kansas City, Kan. As the citizens of St. Joseph are very anxious that Christmas shall be the ' home coming" and "visiting" week for former residents, relatives, ami friends, no means will be spared In securing every possible comfort for their guests. '. Very low round trip rat" may b obtained by writing Chairman V. A. Hill at the address given above-. Tin- Art Exhibit will not be a ptirt of the Interstate programme. BURNS CHAPEL NOTES. iiiii ti rly meeting liee. '.''!. for the Siinilav H'rvhes. ev. Dr. Hoggs, the prislt'lng elder, will be here. Viss F.diiiunio llubbel! is organist. Tli" chair Is doing nicely. 'I hnnksuivitig was a sii'vi-a. Mrs. KI.M day. nee I'a'tr was c'-airmiu of Or Tin s. .1 I I'.uins Literary Pi of. .1. Seb ar w ill be, addrcs- Kanls the first Tui-silay in January at S p. m. li. v .1. M Ha iis. i ll . the effl 'ietii young pastor. addressed III Forum a few Sundays ign on "Life's Deeper Meaning." X eg roes control fiftynne Ihousanil dollars worth of property on Wood land ave. between 1Mb ami P.Mh. You are always welcome at I turns Chapel. Sunday school has been changed flout lit" altei noon tn !!::: a. in. Have You Heard? THKN come and see Rice and Stewart's fine apartment himse for gentlemen. 711 E. 12th. date Rooms. You should come. Up-to- Unced a Room. I Can Sell Your Real Estate or Business NO MATTM WHIM 10CAT1D. rrnpi-rtlrH nnil lluln-i or nil k I nrla m'd liin kly lur'ii-ti lo nil parm "f t lie t nlti-il j-iii -. ient u nit. Wrlie to'liy ili-MrltliiK u Ikii vim luivt-tu M il iiinl Hive cash price 011 vii me. If You Want to Buy riiv kind or ltiiNlns nr Heal KlHlf liny w I't-re, Ht miv prici-, w rile mi' ronr 11 uulrf-iiit'iit-. I cttn ne 011 time anil money. DAVID P. TAFF THE LAND MAN 415 Kanaas Avenue. TOPKKA. KANSAS. FORD'S : I HAIR POMADE! "OZONIZED OX MARROW" STRAIGHTENS i KINKY nr CI'Rl.Y HAIR thM It i-klt hopnt 4 up in auy aiyie aeir.u guiiiiiwdi wun ii. , l.nfih. a Font's Hair Pomarta fortnTly T 1 known u "O.llNIZKIKlX MARItoW" .ml I. J ' tli. unly prep.r.tlim known to m th.t iu.li. a l n Ma or runy n.ir airniaiu. m , thown .hove. It. u. m.ke. th. moataluh. 41 , num. naran. may or cunr u.ir .on, - pimiilfJ s.ii. vmmj i cmiiu i iit-si-n rr.uiia a may ba obtain -ml from one trftiutnt; ttUi It boula rt uuI1t mmi'lfiit fur yfr. Th untxif I-ord't Hair rmnili V'tfMSlZVAt 4 OX MAKKOW") rtrnorflB anil pmvftita ln- ilruff, rlioTs) lhiuit, inviiftirates the teal p. A iopt the hair fmin talliiiKuiitorbreaktncofr, T miksi U gmw and. by nourUhlnif the roti, t KivM tt nw life am) vtgor. bvlnif eUttkiitly V perfumsMl and hruileM. It la a Uiil.-t 4 nnpfHitiy for ladlea, tttiitleiiien and rhildrcn. m rorira Hair I'omailo -OZONIZttJ OX 2 uouRlTtlnrea'toutlH&H, and lalw!. "OZON IZEU tX MAKKOW". wtvai Mirliiia.r-rd in lht t'niu-d -Hiatet Patent Office, in M. In all that lnn 4 pt-riou of .ime .aera nu nTer otyrn m -rxtiiie rtturnel from the humtr-mU nf thnuand we nave na. w uitif b iiaik rwflAV. rem in m weet and effective, no matU'r hw long you x Waan 11 Ua inn tj oal tVaiBtal. aa t a n.a 9 makea the hair HTRAIOHT. bOPT. and PUAHl.R, He ware of tinitattoui. Keniembr fl that rr-r. Hair Pomal T'OZoNlZKU 1 I k V U tU UiitVM k t. ..... nn ....I- in Kik .1.. Y VMllltinA K alun.HlM rharlai V.irH Praal 4 9 on each park age. K rnte all oihen. Vi di- 4 m rectlone with every bottle. Price only M i-U. 4 b'm iy arugtfiiu ana a-naiera. ir your urug- giai or aeaier ran not eupiy yoiu ne can 4 prtkctire It fmra hit Joblter or wholeaafe dealt r T or tend ua M t'ta. for one rHitlle boatneld. or W II. W for three bottlea or tS SO for als bottlea. rinreaa nald. We new Doataife and eaurttaa m m rhargea to all polnu in If. 8. A. When order- si tng aend postal or eipreaa money order, and A 1 mention thla paper. Writ your Daxue anu Z T addreaa plainly to T I The Ozonized Ox Marrow Co. 1 KN9H4 gtnnint without my signalurt) J 1 7a Wabash Ay- Oalest, III. Aftali wanted evarywhara. , The Way of Prettinctt. Wrapper of cashmere or French flannel, lined with china silk and em broidered In color matching the lin ing, are as (Hipular as ever, but al batross In white over color Is pre ferred to the cashmere and flannel, though It Is not so warm. The loose textme of the atftatross allows a gleam of the lining color to show through, and the effect, especially tn pink and white, Is delightful. Fealher stitching or herring boning finishes the hems, or perhaps all the edges are call'jped and buttonholed In color. Tho Old Rolioblo mm lura Gcnulno Trade Mark. Expert Service 1 5th and Indiana Good, Long, Warm, Stylish Overcoat (Ox "The NEBRASKA 11131115 Main Street Little Rose Bud Cafe People's Best Eating Place. Only real French Cafe for Negroes. Meals at all hours. Open all night. Courteous treatment. Good waiters. We suit the people. A. P. SEYMOUR. Prop. 709 Wyandotte Street Justly Popular Brands. TOM MOORE 10c Cigar LITTLE TOM. - - - - 5c Cigar HENRY GEORGE. - - - 5c Cigar CINCO. - - 5c Cigar ... SOLD BY . . NILES . M0SER CIGAR CO. 1004 Walnut Street. Kansas City. - - - Missouri. COAL 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 and Grand Avenue KANSAS CITY, M0. Starch Takes Stain Off. Apropos of starch, Its sphere of use fulness Is greater than Is commonly known. Sometimes a delicate gar ment la ruined In construction by a few drops of blood from the seams tress' finger. Btarch paste will ef fectively remove all traces of such an accident. New Wrinkle In Gloves. Elbow gloves of white glace kid have the backs stitched In pale color ings and are topped by a scalloped band or cuff of colored kid to match. GO The Opportunity Comes to Two Hundred Men Who care to save from $3.00 to $5.00 of their Overcoat money. We told you yesterday of the quality and style. We tell it to you again today. They're made of an extra good quality fancy cheviot; they're all wool; they have velvet collars; they're lined with an extra good quality Farmer's satin lining; they look like $25.00 coats, but they're not; they're worth about $12.00; some stores get $15.00 for no better ones. There's quite a stock of them now; won't be by this time tomorrow. ft FRnfJCIC C WOLF HAT CO., 917 Walnut St.. 2nd Floor MANUFACTURERS We make all kinds of New Hats and Repair old ones so they are as gcoi as new. WESTERN UNIVERSITY THE GREAT EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION FOR KANSAS AND THE WEST DEPARTMENTS: Theological, College, Normal, Sub-Normal and State Industrial. COURSES: Classical, Collcpe, Preparatory, Normal, Sub-Normal, Mu slcal (Instrumental and Volcal), Including piano, organ and har mony, Drawing (Fine Arts and Mechanical), Carpentry, Printing and Book Binding, Business Course, Sinography and Typewrit ing, Tailoring, Iresi-mal;ing and Plain Sewing, Cool.lng, Laun derlnRFarmlng and Gardening. ADVANTAGES: Slpendld location, Healthful Climate, Good Influ ences and Thorough Teachers. INFORMATION: For terms, prices and all inducements offered writs to WILLIAM T. VERNON, A. M.f D. D. PRESIOENT, QUINDARO, .... KANSAS. Phones: Office Bell "Tute" 4302. residence-Bell "West 15. N?ovbyhyotu?ie Overcoats TN Black, Plain Gray Oxford Fancy Stripes, $10.00 for $8.50; $12.50 1 for $10.00; $15.00 for $12.50; $18.00 for $15.00; $20.00 for $18.00; $25.00 for $20.00. Suits, Itlark, Plain Vr.. Vamy l'laiils from $10. tog?!), t'nth'rwt'ar, .iOr, 1.00, f 1.50, 2.00, 85.30, $:.00 SHIRTS, COLLARS, HATS and CAPS, GLOVES and MITTENS A. H. LARSONS ,520,h; SHAVE lOo. TONSORIAL ARTISTS HAIR CUT M Bo J. 6. Lester. S. L. Clemons. Duke Mayes. J. B. LESTER'S SHAVING PARLOR Hot and Cold Baths. Kt iiriml Ai . Kaiia.a I'liv. Mo. 4 New Porcelain Tubs. Cigars, Tobacco and Pool. Massage and Hair Dyeing a Specialty. Drai tn is Cafh Groceries and Goods delivered free Ball Phona I26S 11 1003 MalnSt. Home or Bell Phones 253 West. EMPLOYMENT OFFICE COLORED HELP A SPECIALTY MALE AND FEMALE OFFICE HOURS: 9 to is a. m., i to s p. m. MRS. EMMA STOVALL 1014 North 5th St.. Kansas City. Kansas. keujeytn-floub Gfl PATENT) j Kelley Milling Co. Meats, Flour, Provisions, Etc. to any part of the city HQS A. 10th Slre.t. Kansas City. Kan. Walk vp $3.50 4.00 $5.00 WE INVITE THE COLORED TRADE Hubbard Bros. Prompt Service. Kelley's Best Beats gall the Rest.