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J ti ll -s Hi J. t NOW LET WAR BE WAGED AGAINST CLUBS AND GAMBLING DENS WHERE NEGRO YOUTHS ARE HURLED TO DESTRUCTION. Tin ft 1 11 i i i t -: i it Jiiduos linve l.ctn tlwtil to ctiy lii'iuli. cxi't'pl. tlin riiintniil l-csu-h. What will t'.iry ln li pi t i(1uiii,. t'.n ir claims in Hie mini fy ami ri!. In tlii coiiinninll y ;m omu' ii i ii i n t ii in ii ms that mi' lu ll linlfs :n:i tin' ninht ilamtial ! jiLio s fur I in- downfall cf niiiiu lmys ;itil i;ii ls. 'I'h Mi' is tml iim clnli at tliU wi itin that Is cetiiitt d f:oiu this cumi'iiiuu anil liiat Is tin- 'a;ti is Cat- rilU Assrlation at U'.'". It.ill iiiun a place fur tln uat Im i of all the waiters jitul r.iilniail purlivs !n wl.sli fur a plan- to stay whili- tlicy a iv waitlni; for lii'iirs .if watch to lie- ' Kin. Now tli( rest, (if the place t.ir Son Intends with lis tlmiisaiiils (if supporters liotli Mark anil white to ( any on an iincoiiiprninlsiiiK ami tin-1 fliiu'hiim campaign against them ' l.lkt' Frederick Douglas, the meat tie- jiro torch-In arer who cried out: "Is tiod iv-ul?" Will the living n't Jus tice? Will the negroes rise up and sniil( their ureatest evil dead? Will the nepro preachers arouse themselves and orpani.e u committer to wait on the republican Judges and have them ith all the power at the command of the white man to close these places? The preacher who hesitates In this cull from (rod, nhall go down on rec rd In the KisiiiK Son before Its many readers as weaklings. This paper shall not cease Its writings until our Kreatet race menace has been smitten lead. Every Judge In county and city takes this paper. I-t them be moved I y (iod to dn their duty by the negro race, .lust to think of the mothers broken hearted, thinking of the mis deeds and wild career of their sons and daughters. Kon't you hear that song, "Oh. w here Is my wandering boy tonight. Oli. where Is my boy tonight. Oh! Stop und think of the many old mothers tottering to their graves by the grief of the strong influences that c.irry their children to their graves by j a premature death. Oh! Listen to, I he voice of .lesus calling on the ne groes to get right. Will the noble men of the Negro Unco rise up and j assert themselves. I.ay on MacUulT! I Lay mi! nine forth out of styglan ' darkness! Let there be light! The j real ship of Ite.Miny in which the ne gio is riding, i i there be a strong pilot at tile helm .e( llie powers to P" among the white people come to ( in assistance. Let Judges llruiiiliack. MrCiint, Patterson. Coodrich, I'aiks, and our own noble I. It. Klmbl'ell come tn our rescue. Let the negroes gel a petition ami have every Judge and while mail of Influence sign to! close these clubs. Oil! Let (bid lilov us to better our race. has been grand master of the grand lodge for a number of years and was re-elected at the close this week. This body stands for the highest development of the race, self respect, self Independence and self help. It. be lieves that there is a possibility for the race in Mississippi, and by Indus-M-, honesty and tbrltt the race will carve out for Itself a bright future. To thU e?, home Imvitig lias beep i iH'oih.U!cd. the grand lodge Itself liav- iiu puicha.-i d I, acres of land in the 1'illa. and wliith will eventually pro lib1 for tiie support of the aged lie-tube's of lhe cralt. touether with widows and orphans i.f deceased mem Im is of I lie craft. Tie1 opening session was held last Tuesday, and w as at tended by many of the citl, ns. lion John W. Stimuli i r. one of the leading business nu n In the lN ltu. an undertaker In (ireenvllle. acted as master of ceremonies and he was well up. ev. ('. T. Stamps made the opening praeyr and this was fol lowed by music by the choir St. Matliew A. M. E church, of which the Ilcv. u. A. Adams Is pastor. Maor William Yerger. delivered an address of welcome. In which he com mended the body of colored men upon their neat appearance, as each Mason wore full dress with but few excep tions. He said that he had lived in the state, and around (ireenvllle nil of his life and had always found col ored people to be his friends ami he was a friend to the race. "And why not?"' he said. lining Master Iampton responded to the first address. He told themay or and Editor Smith that the negroes of Mississippi were m it satisfied, be cause In some places mmchcrs of their race ewre hanged without trial, burned at the stake, shot down and mistreat ed In other ways, then in addition t.i these mistreatments there was talk of bringing foreigners Into the state to take the place- of negroes. "We cannot lie satisfied when our Job Is tit stake.' E. E. I'erklsn. secretary and treas urer of the Masonic Benefit sasocla tlon. which is one of the most Im portant adjuncts t otbe grand lodee made his annual report. This report look up imletails the amount of moil ( received and paid out, the at 'ount paid 'o each widow and orphan. The receipts amounted to flL'ti.tiiin :iji .i.oul JI'O. i paid out to the widow and orphans. This was considered a good i-liowlng, ami in the future crick will nceive at death $iinu. Ste, by siep the grand bulge Is going up irid isp tepaiing for the tace. It is now the strongest organization in the whole south, and Is doing more to Inspire the negro. GREENVILLE, MISS., NEWS. lireenville. Miss., Dec. 7. Perhaps the largest and most aggressive body of negro men Hiat has ever met in this citv, was the Stringer (irsnd lidge of Mason, which assembled here during the week, and has brought to Hie city representative men I loin nil p'H of the slate numbering loin. Tills body shows the progress made ? our people since I si'.."i. as in the hod was to be toiiml. doctors, law jcis, merchants ministers of high (.landing, planters, post masters, clerks bankers and other repiesentative men of I hi' race. The body was presided over lij Kev. E. W. Lampion, ,l I)., grand, master, and who Is also finan clal seen lai v of the African Metho dist Episcopal church Willi heaibpiar ers in Washington. I). C. Or. l-implon Do the negroes want a good negro newspaper in Kansas City, If you do please send us all the news so that we can fill our newspaper with live, fresh matter. If you do please pay cntr subscription promptly, when our agents appear or drop by our office and nettle up. The negroes need an authentic colored Journal In this city. Have you readers enough race pride to do your duty with this paper. We are far behind when It comes to de tail work for us to perform as u race. Will yon manage to save out i nough money for your paper. Will you wake up from your lethargy? Wanted: Educated colored men to travel and distribute samples and cir culars of our gissU among their own people. Salary SU per month and ex penses. Saunders Co., Desk 10, Jack son Itoulevard, Chicago. Mrs. Mildred Molt has elegant fur nished rooms for gentlemen at her new residence, 11509 McGee. Home Phone 5948 Main Bell Phone 3975 Main ROSENBERG (81 GODSON. Dealers in all kinds of Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fresh and Salt Meats, Glassware, Crockery Good Things to Eat at a Low Price. 333-335-337 West Sixth Street. PARISIAN CLOAK COMPANY 1108-1110 Main Street Januaru Sale Now! Parisian's Cleverest $25 T C $28 and $30 Suits - - Tuesday's Wonderful Reductions We early caught the drift of stylc---these remarkable tailored cos tomes were the result. Early to create early to reduce. Yours is the benefit in this splendid opportunity. All the stunning New Pony, Prince Chap, Eton and Long Coat Styles Reflecting the best fashion character of imported and New York models, Broadcloths, Cheviots, Wide Wales, Two-Tone Checks and Plaids-whatever your heart is set upon. Beautifully Silk Lined Coats Just the Suits to add zest to your Christmas all reduced to $15 In till first success at Drury Lane, Edmund Kean overheard a knot of old stage carpenters discussing vigorously tho various players of Hamlet they had seen In their day. "Well," said one, 'you may talk of Henderson and Kemhlo and this new man, but give me llannlHter's Hamlet he was al ways done SO minutes sooner than any of 'cm." Til Anirleii I ...At.. A - ! f fmmih Collection Agenc k Jl 0$ No fee charged in MttiMj P. Wiltoi, tty. le-i collection In (unite We make collection! In all parts of the I'nlted Htate. 413 Kansas Ave Topeka, Kama. Doll Dept., 2nd Floor. Toy Dept., 4th Floor. ..BUY.. Useful Presents We are particularly fortunate in being able to Save You Money on everything for Gifts. You'll find this Store a mighty good place to trade. Try it. We Sell Everything ON WEEKLY PAYMENTS. Small Payment Down and a Small Payment Each Week. Come and see us. Everything in your line that you would desire. Courteous treatment AT 6Ae Eagle Jewelry Store, 215 E. 12th Street. DON'T FORGET THE NUMBER. Uhe Sloeltzing SfoxJe and Hardtoare Co. Htiat HIOTM Mad. Vmtft Stock In City. Price, the LiiwmL Veninsttlai WhmftjaU anrf Htail HnU Jar.... 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Increases Its growth, and prevents the hair from splitting and breaking off at the ends, and gives the hair new life and vigor.. NELSON'S HAIR DRESSING removes Dandruff , cures Tetter, Itching and Scaling of the Scalp, etc. ) There Ss nothing experimental about Nelson's Hair Dressing; it has been thoroughly tested and is endorsed by thousands of satisfied users. Try a box and be convinced that it does all and more tlian what we claim for it. WHAT THOSE WHO KNOW HAVE TO SAY! MIm li-belle Brrd, Battle Cmk, Ml chit an, writm "I recommend It wbeftvet I go. It hu done wofHeri for ." Mill Willie L. GrlnVr, McMfnnvllte, Tern., wrtiPii 'l have used your Nelion's Halt Dretflng for nearly four yean and would not be without It. It It the most wondrrful beaut1nr on the market for colored people. There are other, but none like NelranV Mrs, C. Covenla. Pernandlni, Florida, wrlteai 'l have been an agent for your Nelson! Hill Drening for nearly four months It la the beat elling article I ever told. Cora Remover., Indlanapollt. Ind. write t lt It the oalv Hair Dressing that the colored people ought to use. It It the only one that does my hair any good." NELSON'S HAIR DRESSING Jjfj, .fe"S S cannot get it at your drug store, send us 30c. in stamps and we will mail you a box. t We want good agents (male or female). Write for prices, terms, etc. Address NELSON MANUFACTURING CO., Richmond, Virginia. "Maine" Anchor SAtVI H. FINKELSTEIN, Prop. All the Latest Fall Shapes in Stetson and No Name Hats. Up-to-Date Fall Styles Arriving Daily. No trouble to show goods. j ff Shoes Goods. 6Nvi" il'' Our Motto: "YOUR MONEY'S WORTH" 108 IVIaalri Street, Kansas City MO 'Phone 1451. 1329 (irand Ave. $2S t0 Pacific Coast Points Daily to October 31. One-way, second-class tickets on sate via Rock Island Lines every day until October 31. 1906. $25 from Kansas City and all points in Kansas to Los Angeles. San Francisco, Portland, Tacoma, Seattle, Victoria, Van couver. The Rock Island runs Tourist Sleepers daily on fast thru trains. Fine dining car service. Your choice of two excellent routes. Write to day for illustrated Tourist folder, containing full details and map. J. A. STEWART. Gen. Agent Pass. Dept.. KANSAS IITY. NO. "Hot Springs Special" Long looked for Improved Train 8ervlee between Kanaaa City and Hot 8prings, Arkansas, and return dally, la now provided for by the 5 a ii Leaving Kansaa City at 11:00 a. m. daily. Arrive In Hot 8prlngs to Breakfast. This train runs via Paola, Garnett, Neodesha, Indepen dence (Kan.), Coffeyvllle, Ft. 8mith and Little Rock. Through Sleepers and Chair Cara (all seats free) to Hot Springs. A special feature on thla "Hot Springs 8psclal" Is the Elegant Dining Cara. This train connects at Little Rock with the Iron Mountain Tralna for all Southeastern Points in Arkansas, Louisiana and Texaa. Hot Springs Night Express 9:35 p. m. dally. For Excursion Tickets, 8leeping Car Bertha and all Information, call or address E. S. JEWETT, Gen'l Agt. Passenger Dept. 901 Main Street. KANSA8 CITY MO. Home Telephone 6327 Main. Bell Telephone 740 Hickory You are cordially invited to call and insoect the swell Bachelor Aoartments A just opened for accommodation of Col ored trade at 1005 mcuee bt. Elec tric light; gas and bath. MRS. CLARA HALE Landlady F. J. WEAVER. Prop.