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Botel X77'o,lter-a Journal EXoliaay Edition.
the Bisma SON, JOHN T. MORELANP, Solicitor. Remember please It's the little bit! we collect here nna 1 ire tint enable! ui to run from year tu year." LOCALS. The negro like a child will wait for the Republicans to do their duty by us. Eliza JesHee will rent you a room at 1118 Campbell, rear. Give her a trial. . 1et some one rend in the Rising Son what you are doing in business or society. The Kensington Art Club will have its next meeting at Mrs. Harvey Wells til 5 E 10th St. The negro undertakers are doing the bulk of the negroe's burying and the Son is glad of it. Mrs. Dan Willis spent Monday af ternoon as the guest of Mrs. Harvey wells of G15 E. 10th. Mis. Emma Kennedy, has returned from Omaha, Neb., and will spend the winter In Kansas City. Any one desiring to buy a fine square piano for $40 please call M, at the office of the Rising Son. lt Judge Harry G. Kyle give cer tain negro clubs a couple of $500 fines, and watch them go into the air. If you want a room in town, with the companionship of good men, call at the Bachelors' Apartment, 100507 McGee. Miss Kprague, a teacher at the Lin coln High school, has returned from Washington, D. C, where she hurled her mother. Use Chowley's Anti-Sweat Powder. For bad odor It has no equal. Price 25c by mail. 5113 Dearborn street, Chicago, 111. Agents wanted. The damnable clubs and gambling dens have ruined more young negro boys and girls than it would take to fill one of our public schools. Miss Mola Henderson of 1C12 I.ydia severely injured her hand by the com ing together gf one of the large swing ing doors in the downtown stores. The Kensington Art club spent a very enjoyable afternoon at the home of Mrs. John Wheeler. There will 'be an election of officers in a few weeks. Mrs. Susan Robinson of St. IxhiIs, the mother of Mrs. Minnie James has eonie up to Kansas City to spend thr winter with her daughter at 1528 I.ydia. A young lady whose name I am unable to give at present, came this morning from San Antonio, Texas, to take Nurse Training in the Douglass Hospital. I have some vacant lots that I will exchange for rooming houses, furni ture In storage or equity in cottages. See F. J. Weaver, 911 Oak St. Piano and furniture mover, Packing, shipping and storage. Pianos all are made to play, Yet on pianos we work all day, Pianos heavy or loud In tone's Are easily moved by George Jones. HOME PHONE 5185 MAIN. Office 1H E. Tenth St. GEORGE JONES. While a pleasant stroll Is on your mind, Please try and make It la time, To No. 900 East Tenth St. And there you will find, a pleasant smoke of any kind; For George Jones has a fine line, Of cigars and tobacco, that will please your mind And Miss Vallie Bowman will find time To show you the whole line. The executive committee of the In terstate Literary , Society of Kansas and the west is hereby called to meet at 1523 Savannah ave., this city, Sat urday December 8, at 1 o'clock to ar range for entertaining the next ses sion of the society to be held here Christmas. Societies are urged to get the names of the delegates and pro gram numbers to the corresponding Secretary, Mrs. W. I.. Grant, 19G4 .N 4th street, Kansas City, Kan., by Nov. 24th. X 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 hiin if they have been missed. Men who are at the head of gam bling dens and destructive Institutions for youths should not be allowed to run and control lodges and organiza tions tending to uplift youths. Mr. Alex D. Moore of Strong City, Kansas, is in the city visiting his sis ter Mrs. James Cowden. Togifher the attended ihe funeral of their un cle Mr. A. J. Moore of Dalton, Mo. The Son has differed with Nelson C. Crews upon many propositions, but upon one thing we have agreed and that is that these Institutions of vice are a detriment to our race. All persons desirous of giving en tertainments for the benefit of the Old Folks and Orphans Home at 244( Michigan ave., will confer a favor up on the managers thi f, by first making known their intentions and securing the consent of the organiza tion. This will enable the managers to protect the interests of the home as well as prevent unpleasant con flicts. This organization Is a member o fthe Associated Charities and is un der obligation to observe the regula tions which govern all the other char ities of the city that are considered worthy. lie it understood that whenever the home's name is used to raise money, all proceeds must be handed over to the home, but when the intention is to donate only a part of the proceeds and the name of the home Is not used, then the managers will thankfully re ceive whatever may be offered. KVELENA BALDWIN". Pres. LI' ELLEN WILLIAMS, SVc. Please remember the meeting of the State Teachers' Association at Mober ly during the Christmas 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 fnem as we desire to have our programs printed earlier this year. We can do so If you teachers will only act promptly and cooperate with us. All who send subjects w.111 please be present and prepared at the time and place appointed. Have your pupils work so that the exhibits may be in teresting. Yours for a successful meeting, E. W. EMORY, Cor.' Sec y. Good Shoes with Durability and Style STRONG & GARFIELD CO. It has always been our object to carry none but shoes of well known man ufacturers. W believe that in this wy do we serve our customers best as a hoe must be excellent on which the manufacturer is proud to place his name They combine style, character and du rability to a marked degree. In shoes for women we offer the stylish and distinctive Dorothy Dodd, )he John Kelly, well known for its ex cellent wearing qualities and character and the attractive Harry H. Gray. These shoes range in price from $3.00 to $5.00 in the season's most favorite shapes and colors. For men we are showing "The Bos tonians" The Strong & Garfield and the Stacy-Adams, all shoes of well known character and wearing qualities ranging in price from $3.00 to $6.00. M( CAN TIT VOIR flf T BY MAIL. OVIATT SHOE CO., 1103 Main Street, Kansas Ity. Mo. 320 Minnesota Av... Kansas City, Kanaas. Lewis Hoffman, Wine Liquor Merchant. The Genuine CEDAR BROOK ;W. H. McBray er Bottled in Bond. ECON OMY RYE -the best Penn sylvania Rye made! Bottled in Bond. JAS. E. PEPPER WHISKEY Bottled in Bond. 1111 BROADWAY, Kansas City, Missouri. . Mnkkellh "THE STORE OF THE PEOPLE" Sells Reliable (Goods At Low Prices. Complete line of Clothing, Shoes, Dry Goods, Notions, Hardware and Groceries. , ' Money Cheerfully Refunded on Any Purchase not Satisfactory." 1009-11 MAIN STREET Guernsey & Murray rocir BOTH PHONES. G 1121 iin St. Main Store, Hyde Park Store, ! 3947 Main St. WAITERS Co to- Keystone Tailors Makers - of - High - Grade - Clothing N. E. Cor. 12th and Grand. K. a n s a s City, Missouri. Pr. Wm. J. ThompUlns, recently of the staff of physicians and surgeons of Freedman's hospital, Washington, D. C, wishes to announce his office at 704 East 12th street; residence, Compton hotel. Both phones. The d'l-gate to the Y. M. C. A. con ference held in Ashville. N. C, Nov. 29 desires to extend many thanks to per sons contributing the following amount toward defraying the expenses of the delegate: James A. !ee, S5.00; Second Baptist, $2.01$; Robert Bennett, $2.00; Chas. West. $1.00; Mr. Krump, 25 cents. Total $10.28. It may seem strange that the white press of the country with its men of letters, linguists and scholars, con tinue to treat the word Negro ns a common noun, when it Is well known that the word, regardless of its deri vation, is Intended to denote a partic ular race. The pity of it Is that there are some Negro Journals which per sist In treating the word as a common noun. We have no aversion to the word, but when It Is used out of re spect for English, It should be writ ten with a big "N". ?ROF. 8. R. BAILEY AS A GREAT NEGRO PRINCIPAL LAID TO REST. Hush! For a great silence has come over the eople in this community. A long procession Is wending its way to Allen chapel. Accompanying the pro cession Is that noble body of MaHonH doing honor to the dead . But who is that mouldering piece of clay lying in the casket. It In one of Kansas City's greatest Sons. They carry the casket into the church, and there the people may ga.e upon that kind and benevolent face. Gaze your longest upon the body for the spirit has taken flight. It has gone to rest In peace ful slumber. Prof. Bailey Is no more. No more shall he walk the premises ol Lincoln school. No more shall he enter Into our lives. The great living I spirit of Christ has called him. He is moaned ly nis pupus; ne is moaned by his many friends; he is moaned by his great number of white friends. The whole city moans his loss, Iet us praise good men while they live for after they are dea4 we cannot pay them any debts of grati tude. Old King Hiram will pilot his body on to heaven. Across bis tomb shall be written, "Thy work la done, well done good and faithful servant: ent& thou here and you shall find rest." WHY NOT Own Your Own Home? It costs only a little more each month to buy a home on caty payments than it costs to rent one. You can buy lots in CO LUMBUS ADDITION, on Humbolt Avenue, just north of Rosedale, for $100. to $250. Each . Five Dollars down and Five Dollars a month is all we ask for $100. and $150. lots; Ten Dollars down and Ten a month for the $200. and $250 lots. How much more is this than you now pay as rent? . Rent goes on forever; these payments would last only two and a half years at most. You would then own your home. COLUMBUS ADDITION IS HIGH. DRY and SIGHTLY And Near the Southwest Boulevard Car Lines. Go out and look at it. There is an agent on the ground every Sunday. For particulars see G. F. WINTER. 207-8 Shukert Building. 1115 Grand Avenue. Kansas City, Mo. Home Phone 4614 Main BALTIMORE HI WSttPA Br-rrtul tiSJjn 3 STORES 803 Walnut 12th and Baltimore th and Wyandotte Best Places in Kansas City to Trade. TRY US. Prices Right and Good Treatment. Home 'Phone 5478 Main Bell 'Phone Mh Main R. I PRATT. REAL ESTATE RENTAL And INSURANCE. Hou For Sale On Easy Terms, Lilo Rent. 187 Wast 8th Street KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI. Tarty m-rvlro a splalty. Harbor shop and tialli. Furnished Rooms to EMPLOYMENT BUREAU. Gentlemen only.Joe Ottey, Mgr. WAITERS' CATERING ASSOCIATION Mr J"mP n j0, n H,,Bt'"' 1223 BALTIMORE AVE. arc pudand to glvo the best service Bell 'Phone 4137x Grand. Kansas City, Mo. In tho Tonsorlal Dt'pnrtm-tiL Bell Phono 2170 Main Home Phone 5646 Main. DR. E. C. BUNCH, Dentist. Office Hours 8 To 12m. 1 To 5 P. M. 805 Independence Avenue. KANSA8 CITY, MO.