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The Rising Son.
VM. T. WASHINGTON, lMltor ninl Owner. OflliP !'l I K. Twelfth St. Published K-fry Week HI8ING SON PUBLISHINGCO THUBSCKIITION RATES: fa . MM tl nvaa mm H Thr nuniM at a aoavt If orletly paid ta adTanaa tnUnd at tht part Offlrt l JfanMJ OUj, Siccnd L'Iom Jfaitar. OorreapondenU wanted In every city Ul town iq thl stale. Write as. All news matter Intended t r pub Uoavtien should reach our office not 1ft tor than Tutmlay, of each week bb4 Bust be tlRoed by the writer not tor publication, but m guarantee of auth uttelty. Office HI 4 Kist. U'tli SI. K;itis;:s t'ltj-. Mo Advsrttatiig RaUl, far omt mch, on tntarllna I .H or on Inch, each ahMciuaat Insartloa. .10 or larhn, three month sua for two tach, ! moalii too For two lncha, nine month Mat ? two laenas twelve month UQO OLDEST NECiRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE REST. ifc i"he paid circulation cf Tub Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly nevspapcrs. Nil.son (. Crews, ua oiii .if our strum; miMiirs in politics, sjivk the clubs must no. Thi' clubs lis :i liii'liiicc to mil' yiiuim nu ll iiml women must le Mbolislii'd. Tlio ii usnti why iIh'sc flulis have not lll'CII m 1 1 out of business ill llCCilllSI' ill) (h'lcl'lllilll'll SI't of lll'KI'IM'S WOlllll declare ,ii:aiiist them. Tile in i; io is nsktm the t'cpiil illcaii jiaity in remi'iiiliei4 Ills liiolher fti lilacK. Kememliei' when h called mi IIS ill the time of ueeil. Will lie re liiemliei' iitir Diei lee. Ale llien- any who woiilil ileny the tirnio his rlnhl. If so; Carthago ilelemla est. THE NEGRO CLUBS ARE A RUINA TION TO THE YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN OF KANSAS CITY. The Son. ill its last issue tirfik a Maud against one ,if the greatest evils Kansas City has to battle with, ami that Is in regards to the negro clubs which entice the yiiung nu n and wo men from their homes. The negroes will never be a race until our good negro citizens come out boldly ag;'inst such places which nally act as. boomerangs against the rai e. How many of my thousands of read ers deep d.iwn In their hearts condemn these places, but have not the cour age to entile out against llieiu. Moth els and fathers if ou do mil make a stand now you will regret it in after years, .lust last year one of these individuals claimed thai his place was a literary club for Hie benefit of the young men. Claiming that the pur pose was lc promote social, intellec tual and the moral side of Its members. The intelligent negroes sat passively by and Hllowed their positions and st riving to lie used to promote on of the greatest evils that the negro has to deal with, liiank (!od we have one stalwart, preacher of the dispel who Is not afraid to speak out against these places and that Is our own no ble Hev. Samuel llacote. Come on you strong minister of the dispel, array yourself and begin battle against these damnable institutions. No more back sliding but let there be a washing of linen. l,et the negro women arouse themselves in behalf of their wayward daughters and sons. Come on fathers and recognize this crucial period of our progress and do something for your race, .lust a little over a week ago Arthur Ashcraft, once a pupil of Lincoln school was shot to death In one of these places. Now what are we going to do to rid ourselves of these evils. There must be a division In this city. The good negro versus the had 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 crime has been committed. Oh! Almigthy Cod, who shapes the destiny of man and rules the mighty universe, come down up on your chosen people at this critical lime, (live the negroes power to com bat its greatest evil. O! djd! 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. In reply to the credit Old Ben Tillman 1b giving Booker T. Washing ton for being great, his father hav Ing been a white man, let me say here, that well thinking people know this to be a fact, and mothers and fathers have watched It, from the earliest existence up until the pres nt time, that the traits of character go from the mother Into the male children, and the father Into the fe male children. Had Booker T. Wash- lnlon the traits of his father, he I would have been a licentious charac ter, sneaking around In the southern states with white women. You can readily nee why the majority of our mixed-breed women can not he trust ed; It Is the trails of the father. Th hand that rooks the cradle Is the hand that ruli's the world. A NKUKO WOMAN. Healthfulness of Washington. While the claim can he truly made that Washlnxton is as healthful as the great majority of bl cities, and is becoming more so with the progress and more general acceptance of sani tary measures, Washington has over come and Is overcoming some natural disadvantages. It Is a question whether the Potomac country, with its long summers, short winters, gen erally humid climate, great number of creeks and small rivers and wide marshes, is naturally as healthful as the hills of New Kngland and the cool, dry uplands of the west. The people who live In Washington, and whose ancestors have dwelt there for two centuries or so, defend the cli mate, and certainlv about the usual percentage of people attain ripe old Ke. Divorces are said to be most fre quent in small towns and villages. Per haps it is because gossip is most active in such places. it Is somewhat surprising to learn i hat Finland, notwithstanding her po litical tumbles, did a much larger for eign business In 100.") than in mill. Her foreign commerce In lllOii was of the value of $!IK,.riH.ll). consisting of $fi.M-,iMlli) exports and 7 10.000 Im ports. Tin- export increase over 1!I1 was $5.21 l.ltsti, and the imports also increased by $17:1.700. The largest Im ports were hreadstulTs. 7!Hi,il 8,000 pounds. Most of the wheat Hour sent in by (iermany, Oreat llrllaifanil Den mark was of American origin. The chief limit export was lumber, valued at $2:l.!iS!.!im. an Increase over 1904 of $iiriO,l!00. Paper anil wood pulp ex ported was worth $i!,7.'!5.700. Other exports were butter, 3t.llKO.000 pounds, and cattle, meal, milk and cream, val ued HI $S.(I0!I.S00. BURNS CHAPEL NOTES. Ouartetiy meeting Dec. 2'5, for the Suiidav services. Hev. Dr. Hoggs, the presiding cider, will he here. Viss Kdmouie llnbbell is organist. Tli" chair is doing nicely. 'I hanksgivlug was a siu'cm. Mrs. l-'loience Paler was cb:iii'luni of I It" day. The Hums Literary will be addres sed by Prof. .1. Selear Kanls the first Tuesday in .lannaiy at M p. ui. Negroes control filly-one thousand dollars worth of properly on Wood land ae, between 1Mb ami l!itli. You are alwavs welcome at Hums Chapel. Sunday school litis been changed from the afternoon to !l; "u a. lit. I Can Sell Your Real Estate or Business NO MaTTM WHIM 10CATID. rropcrtlr rihI HuMnm or nil kind 'old Utilcklv lonn-n In nil purl llul nitwit Mii't'x. I'on'l whII. Write toil y ite-rrlldiiK w lm: yon linvftu st-l I iiml give cnxli pi lev Oil tilt nit. If You Want to Buy anv kind of llimlnesn nr Ileal Kititle finy w lu-re, m h n v pnoi-, write me your ri-iUlre-nit-nlH. 1 enn nave you time nod money. DAVID P. TAFF THE LAND MAN 41S Kansas Avenue, TOPEKA. KANSAS. t FonD's ; iHAIR POMADE s Formerly known aa a "OZONIZED OX MARROW" 2 so 4 STRAIGHTKNS 4 KIMK'V nr CI KLY HAIR ttiftt It ran hmit 4 i up tn any style destreil cuimiUiiii with iu A Forri'a Hnlr lotnitrii wa formerly J ' known m O.oNlZKl) OX MAKlMiW" anil In Y ' tli only 'h preparation known to u that V inaket Ktnkf or mirijr nair crnigiu. a Khown tb'ivo. ltd una makoit th mitt tub horn. Imrah. ktnkjr or curly "air aoH, Z llnhle anu ettay to cmiD Tnean riuua i may b obtain from nn treatment; K t 4 t ttilfi art URiially uffllMit for a year- Th W uiw of lord'i Hnlr I'oumdt ("OoKIZKD 4 X MAKKoW") remove and prvmia ilau 4 drtiff. rMli Itdiiiitf, iiiviirrai the ralp. A top the hair from falUiiniitor breaking off . T inakna ft grow ami, by nourtHhtnii th rMii, T Klvt'i it mr II f ami vigor, ltt-lng elegantly t prffiimil ami hnriiilnaa. It U a tollt-t m titM'HHmiy fnr latia, g'ial nif n anl chthlrcn. Kurd Hnlr lo.nal C'OZONIZKO X 2 MAKIIOW") ban btn matin and mill con tin i DouKlyiiliK-oatioutlHSH, and label, "O.ON I'AKU T OX MAKKilW", waa rt'glntttrtd In tlm I'nlted 4 Htata Patent OfHw. In lnU. In all that Innu 4 t ptruMl of time thnre ha never ben a bottlu m reouruen ironi turn iinnureu oi siioubbiimh we m have aold. KOKH'S HAIK POMAhK remain Z weet and effective, uu matter how long yon J keep it. Be ure to gr Kord's, a tta ue w makna the hair HTRAIMHT. tSOPT, and 4 I'LlAHLK. Beware of Imitations. Remember 4 that rorta. Hair Fumada ("OZONIZKU 1 OX MARROW"! nut ud onlv In 50it. Bice. 2 Z and U made only In Chlrago and by nn. The : T genuine hae the Ignature, Charles Kurd Prrst. T Y on Hirn pa'aagi. neina an otiinra. run ui -w m rectlona with every hottTe. I'tice only IU rta. m p Hold by druggUta and dalero. If your dmg tf Z, giHt or dealer ran not supply you, he can A Tt tr.uit It fvitn til. lnt.Kaa nm avtinluaal-a ilaam- or tend ua 50 eta. for one bottle pom paid, or T II 10 fur ahpM lirtttUn or I11A for all bottlae. m ezpreite paid. We pay pontage and eiprene f cnargeeiu an point in v. . a. w nen onier- ing eina poRtai or eipreia money nMr, ana v iiKM-timi pirar( wrikv your utvuiv mu W rul.traaa nlainU t,i S The Ozonized Ox Marrow Co. t liVffM renuina without mv timaturtl 4 70 Wabash e, Ohloaae, III. tAu wutM miiwbm, i i it! : Mme. DB VAUL VINCENT. 1018 Michigan Ave. Phono D 541 East. Mail.imo Do Vaul Vlncont, export sciiniHtrcss nnd (lregHmaking teachor. Mrs. Vlnront's work Is doing a Krcat Kood ntnotiK the ncsro women. In (IiIh romtniiiiity l.s a lady dranistress who, ticraiiH)' of hor Individual efforts has rallied around hrr a number of noRro Rirls who nrp harnlni every Good, Long, Warm, Stylish Overcoat "The NEBRASKA 1113-1115 Main Street JohnB. Stetson's Hats Whenever you want a MAT Always go to LEWIS' FASHION n styles and quality they excel They always carry the latest Every hat is guaranteed Remember the name and location See big display in their windows The Hat Store on the Corner. I0MES FURNISHED or on Western Furniture Stove Co. Home Phone 3218 Main. day the art of newlng. Mrs. Vincent has been especially fitted for the work because of her training In the ladles tailoring schools of New York and Chicago; having attended "S. T. Tailor" school of Tailoring In New York and the MacDowel Systematic school of Chicago, In addition to this she finished tho technical course of Ladles Artistic Suit designing In the New York School of Kansas City. After this she took the post graduat ing course of Systematic Waist de Hlgnlng which gives to her four di plomas In her trade. This undoubt edly puts Mrs. Vincent In the rank with the best dressmakers of the city white or black. Mrs. DeVaul Vincent was born In Dayton, P 1872 nnd since coming to this city fourteen years ago she has followed the dressmaking trade exclusively, as she has worked In all of the first class white places of this city until two years ago when she opened up a school for the training of colored wo men In that art. Her work entitles her w Ith the support of all the negrcg1 Any girl who lacks a trade or some thing by which they can become bread winners should apply to her for a special course. Mothers who have daughters Bhould also send them to her for an entire sewing season. 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 stc.k of them now; won't be by this time tomorrow. 99 NOW easy 1322 Cr.nd Ave. FRfltJClC C WOLF HAT CC, 917 Walnut St.. 2nd Floor MANUFACTURERS We make all kinds of New Hats and Repair old ones so they are as good as new. Justly Popular Brands- TOM MOORE. .... 10c Cigar LITTLE TOM 5c Cigar HENRY GEORGE. - - - 5c Cigar CINCO 5c Cigar . . . SOLD BY . . . NILES L M0SER CIGAR CO. 1004 Walnut Street. Kansas City, - - - Missouri Tbs Old Reliable BADGES Luf.Mfi CO, Genuine Trade Mark. Expert Service 1 5th and Indiana Noto humour 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, Hliick, Pin in (iniv, Fnncy IMairis from $10. log.'". I'mlcrwi'iir, 50c, $1.00, l..i0, $2.00, $3.50, 3.00 SHIRTS, COLLARS, HATS and CAPS, GLOVES and MITTENS A. H. LARSONS ?2,2h; SHAVE lOo. TONSORIAL ARTISTS H4IR CUTatSo J. B. Lester. S. L. demons. Duke Maves. J. B. LESTER'S SHAVING PARLOR Hot and Cold Baths. n.iT (irmul 4i . Kmima i'lt, ' 4 New Porcelain Tubs. Cigars, Tobacco and Pool. Massage and Hair Dyeing a Sptcialty. G. C. MOORE, Ca?h Groceries and Meats, Flour. Provisions, Etc. 1IKAI.RR IN Goods delivered free Ball Phona I26S x $3.50 WE M'JfSt. Home or Bell Phones 253 West. EMPLOYMENT OFFICE COLORED HELP A SPECIALTY MALE AND FEMALE OFFICE HOURS: g to ia a. m., i to 5 p. m. MRS. EMMA STOVALL 10(4 North 5th St.. Kansas City, Kansas. KELLEV'S HIGH PATEf Wira to any part of the city 1605 ft. 10th Street, Kansas City, Kan. Walk Oveir $4.00 $5.00 INVITE THE COLORED TRADE Hubbard Bros. Prompt Service. FLOUR Kelley's Best Beats all the Rest. Kelley Milling Co.