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THE RISING SON. WILSON DAWSON, Business Mgr. Rameniber pleae It's the little bit we collect here ami t ler ht enablee us to run from year to your." LOCALS. Mrs. P. K. Siston of 912 E. 12th St. 1m on the sick list. All notices and announcements will be published for 10c per line. Eliza Jnne will rent you a room at 1118 Campbell, rear. Give her a trial. Let some one read In the RlKlng Son what you are doing In business or society. If you are out of work call on the Afio-Amerlciin Employment aneney, lito'i MrHee St. Prof. II. K. Allen. proHldcnt of Lin coln Institute, paid a year's subscrip tion to the Son. If you want the best work done cheap bring all of your fob print Inn to the Rising Son. The negro undertakers are doing the bulk of the negroo's burying and the Son is glad of It. Any one desiring to buy a fine square piano for $10 please call .M, at the office of the Rising Son. The Rev. .1. (.'. Jackson, a renowned preacher, pleached last. Sunday, the 1:1th anniversary of the Rev. S. W. Ilacote Hr. E. B. Ramsey has moved his office from 19th and Grand to the Northeast corner of 19th and Vine, over Crawbody drug store. Come around and give him a call. Mr. L. M. Tllmun has just arrlvtd In the city from his field of labor nobeitsville, Mo., where he ha been teaching. Mr. Tllman will contribute articles to the Son that will be of Interest, and also of his success. Mrs. Serena Spence, mother of Fred Spence well-known young mini of musical ability In Kansas City; died In St. Joseph, Mo., last week she leaves son two daughters with hosts of friends to morn her loss. After Mr. Weaver had so earnestly pleaded for the Kansas City Wreck ing Co.. to employ colored help. They called for 20 colored men and the Packing company ask for 15 men. He went through the streets looking all over for men and the best he could do was to get 5 men. Do the Ne groes want work ? Please pay the collector, Mr. Horace Rolden or Mr. Edward Baker, your year's subscription. Don't have the manager to appear In person or have him to send a collection agent after you. We must have money in order to run this paper. It can not be run with a whole lot of news sent In without money. Now let every tine rally! The Hanks Milwaukee Colored Giants base ball team issues a form al challenge to the Jenkins Son or any other colored team of Kansas City through the 'newspaper known as the Rising Son of Kansas City. S. R. BANKS. Pres. and Mgr. JOE. WRIGHT, Vice Pres. UN-IS CHASE, Secy. THAD Tl'RNER, Captain. Address 194 Fourth Street. Emery, Bird, Tbayer Co. Kansas City Headquarters For Wearing Apparel Complete For Every Member of the Family Man, Woman and Child and Furnishings Complete for the Home The New Spring Merchandise is here and Ready for Selection Remember Easter Is A Little Over Three Weeks Away, March 31st. Officer, Peter Campbell cn'led around and paid a subscription for the Rising Son. These are things that count. A NEW ORGANIZATION "The Budding Genius." A number of In telligent, young men and ladles met some time ago and organized them selves for literary and social pnrposeA. The club meets at Hotel Comptnn, 721 Charlotte St., every Thursday night. .Mr. Amos Smith, president; Miss Virginia Muse, Quitularo, Kan.. Secy. The club has great intentions fo rihe future. The Son is the of ficial organ of the club. I'needa Domestic Hand Laundry Co., lias opened up a splendid place at 2112-2114 E. 18th St. M. C. Jones Is the manager. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hubbell of 2301 Vine St., are building a large brick more room at. 230t! Vine St., which will be for rent soon. Let us fill It. Have you a proserin- I tion to fill? If so, wliv should you not choose your druggist as well as your physician. Your recovery de pends as much on tin? proper com pounding of your prescriptions as on the proper diagnosis and treatment of your case by your physician. If your druggist is wrong it is worth little to you to have your trade. We guarantee you purity, accuracy and skill. McCampbell & Houston. A man who has his plans ill laid Just what to do in the hour of danger finds them very satisfactory as long as dan ger doesn't show up. If you want a good position call at the office of the African Amercan employment agency and have your name put on the list for a Job. Theo. Smith the Druggist had iu other fire, this time at his Drug Store on 18th and Tracy. Go around and see how his new place looks. There is a certain negro woman that has been meeting an Irish police man at 15th and Virginia. You have met him there twice, and we know your name and If we catch you again we are going to call your name. So beware. You will get a copy of this paper and you had better take a hint as we know where you live and all about you trying to travel in high society. These are sune of the things that produce lynching. The New French Cafe IS OPEN FOR BUSINESS Down Stairs at 557 Grand Avenue Mrs. In nr:i Akin. Iki th fitu-nt Anitiicin mu Kim'jM.tn litiln ! mm tit tin Went, t m' main tlhiiiiii r4m .inl otn' )ti'ivnt ilininn room. Kv t -thhitf nf i!n Hcnfm t. ! wrrl iti first-t hisw stylr. The ltst rks will lr:m tin fun y Staks. 1'hnits. Kish a.ul INiwIm nf all khi'ls. I ("ream ami Soft 1'rJnUn all thr lim-. iMnl Music while ymi tat. M-'.ils at alt li"iit. M..u at NlfUil. The Best Accommodation, with Rooming Houses at 508 and 512 McGee St. KANSAS CITY. MO. BELL PHONE 2502 MAIN LADIES, THERE IS A CHANCE FOR YOU AT Madam Mamie De Yaule Vincent's School of Dress Making and Ladies' Tailoring Tn N .11-11 all of tin- l.it Kt sys(.m in Hr.-fniiikliii:. 1'uttlug. l-'itttne ami -v I y t Mnn tti niuko you muster if tit- (Iri'ssniiiklnj; .irt. M.Hl.tm Vtm--tit is ;i Kruiluat. lour illfftri'iit wIum.In. with iw-lv.- viir' a in-rli-mv In ihv liirrM storis In Kansas City. 'I'Iik prirt of tuition is vTy low in f.irt, you r.m tnaKi- Mutiny wlill learning. Special Course in Sewing:, 20 Days, $5.00 I I'oi'ili.illy invili all to visit tin- hi IiooI anil itn istigat'. Bill Phone 507 Grand. 1104 Charlotte St., Kansas City, Mo. This paper, extends Its sympathy for the National Mirror in its present difficult strait of a law suit to make the office pay certain sums of nir.ney. It seems to he the intention of Prof Bowser and other parties con cerned lo close in on the National Mirror because of money owed to them. Let ns know what, you are doing In business or society, let the people read in the liking Son when you or your visiting friends go and come. Both Phones 780 Main and Grand. .Aliout sixtv gay hoys anil j girls attended the 14th anniversary birthday party of Miss Florence Baker, daughter of Edward S. Baker, Sr., Wednesday, Feb. 27, 1907. It was a warm and pleasant evening anO many spent the time pluy'ns out-of-doors. She received many Handsome presents in and out of town. The house was decorated with Pinks car-1 nations and Boston ferns. Tiie guests departed at 11:30 o'clock highly pleased with their warm congenial reception by the host. This Is very encouraging to ns: Mr. Win. Swecnney of 917 Ieust St.. came into the office of the Rising Son and paid a years subscription. We hope others will follow his example. persons desiring a full course in milliner work will see Mnie. Benton Dean, K.27 Park. She is prepared to fill orders for Easter work. Persons desiring a new hat. she will he pleas ed to get your order. Why not let the -Son" Uise In your home to brighten the household. We are getting the news. We want you to nifke it jour paper. As it is an educative Journal for Negroes. The Son Is glad that a certain Negro woman near l.'.lh and Virginii came around and promised not to net ho unladylike again. The Bible sa.vs. "CmO In Peace and Sin No More." WANTED. Educated colored .Tten to travel and distribute ample and circulars of our goods among their own people. Salary $80 per .month and expenses. Saundtrs Co., Desk 10, Jackson Boulevard, Chicago. The Son hopes that the patrons of this paper will feel that Its columns are open, but it also wishes to state that people not subscribing for this paper should at least order the paper ben they send in their news. GEORGE JONES. While a pleasant stroll Is on your mind, Please try and make1 it In time. To No. 900 East Tenth St. And there you will find, a pleasant smoke of any kind; For (ieorge Joiipb 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. It may Reem strange that the white press of the country with Its men of letterR, linguists and scholars, con tinue to treat the word Negro ns n 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 bo writ ten with a big "N". The following per pie have been ko kind as to come to this office and pay their subscriptions: Miss fiertrude Myer, Prof. R. W. Foster. Prof. It. T. Cole. Miss Luellan Williams. S. It. Woolrleh, Mr. Henry Complon. Mr. Ben McCormlck, Sheriff Baldwin, Judge H. L. McCune. Andy Thomas. Criminal Clerk; E. It .Durham. . b. .. r- 1 t 11' CUpI. I .Mat snail, PiafUiimr v.. . -'oii Judge W. A. Powell, Comptroller. Gus Pearson, Mr. Evertt Elliott. Mr. Io Koehler, Mr. Oscar Koehler, U. S. Attorney; E. 8. Vnn Valklngberg and ntpny others that we will give. 535-537-539 Main Street Main 1202 M. Both Phones K.ansas City's Largest and Lotvest Price Grocery Why Ghould You Buy Your Groceries Here? We know of no better reason than that you get the very best good at lower prices than at any other store In Kansas City. Here Is a sample of how we are selling good, pure Groceries: 3 bars Buttermilk Soap 8 cans Scrubbing I. ye 8 pkgs Pearline 4 Hi pkgs Sea Foam Washing INwdiT 4 1b pkgs (iraiidtno's Boiax Powder Hams, lb HJc Jtex Best Breakfast Bacon. II) . laic laurel Breakfast Bacon, lb... Mac Salt Pork, lb 10c . .r.c . 2.ie . 1 :ic f.no Ittlli palls V. It. Laid, special cut price for tomorrow only, per pail 9ic l.ono boxes Water tjnei n Soap, regular retail price 0 liars 2iic; our price, 9 bars i-'.'ic Xrie Large Navel Oranges, doz..2::e lac Fancy Bananas, do.en . . . . loc :!.'.( Fancy Dairy Butter, Hi I'.'.c lac Buttirinc, Hi 111c Fancy Rural Colorado Potatoes, bushel :c Fancy Cranberries, qnai Is. . . . I.'h- 12 boxes Matches 4c Scotch Oats, pkg 7ic Egg O See, pkg 7c Fresh Baked Crackers, lb ac Fresh Baked Ginger Snaps, lli....'c Fine Uirgo 100 sacks Choice Navy Beans, cct price, 8 lbs ".'o lu-lli pail Mackerel. 20 In pail.. fc."ic Mill pail No. 1 Irish Mack erel $1.21 lo-lli pail Family While Fish.. arte Holland Herring, keg " Smoked Salmon, lb I.'ic 10c pkg Codfisr ac Boneless Codfish, Hi loc One car very best Standard Granulated Sugar, on $"1 onbr for oilier goods., 21 His. . . .$1 on Pure Sugar Corn. .c: dozen . . . .'.K K. .1. Peas, ac: dozen r.Ke . .1. Peas, he; dozen .... !'ac size solid parked To matoes, 10c; dozen II.IS Largo size Pumpkin, Tc; dnz..7ac Large size Apple, 7r; dozen.. 7ac Pink Salmon, 9c; dozen JI.hii lied Salmon, I2c; doi ii Jl 40 For to-morrow only, 4 bars Sapulio 2."iC fid cases Guaranteed Fresh Candled Eggs, uOc value, for, per dozen 2"c Eaglo Hams, lb 13Jc Q. Q. Q. best Hickory Smoked IJ. l. (J. best bard wheat Flour. l $2.20 y. H (J lies! soft wheat Flour. wt $2.r,n a lb carton y. y y Coffee $1 00 20e SpM-lal Mend Coffee, lli..lac adc Tea any l.iiul, Hi 29e Q. Q. 1 Pure He Whisky, rjt . . T.'.r Purity Pure Re Whisky, bottle. .jilt: Best California Wine, hot., ::ue gallon $1.00 Party service a specialty. Barber 6hop and bath. Furnished Rooms to EMPLOYMENT BUREAU. Gentlemen only. Joe Ottey, Mgr. W1ITERS' CATERING ASSOCIATION Clem Jame and John Hustot. 1223 BALTIMORE AVE. are predared to give the best service Bell 'Phone 41j7x Grand. Kansas City, Mo. In the Tonsorlul Department. Something New! Come One Come All! W. T. GREEN Has Moved His SHOOTING GALLERY AND PENNY ARCADE To 713 MAIN STREET Don't forget the number. His new place will be ele gantly fitted up with every inducement. On and after March 7 the place will be ready for all visitors. W. T. GREEN, Propr. Home Phone 1655 Main. DR. E. C. BUNCH, Dentist. Office Hour 8 To 12m. 1 To 5 P. M. Moved to his new location, 716 E. 12f. KANSAS CITY, MO. Moved! Moved! Take notice, the office of the Rising' has been moved to 314 East 12-th Street: Come around and pay the new owner a visit. Co:r.c around and pay your subscription to th; manager, or perhaps, send it in by mail. Thanking you for what'you have done ir the past. Bring us your news, and let us know what is going on in society. Phone your news to 780 Main, Home, or 72 J Grand, Bell. Now come on, all together, and let us make this paper the Leading Journal in the West. Let us have from 10,000 to 15.000 subscribers. BALTIMORE 'ism. "'7 3 STORES 80) Walnut 12th and Baltimore 9th and Wyandotte Best Places in Kansas City to Trade. TRY US. Prices Right and Good Treatment. Horn 'Phone 547ft Muln R. I Brll "Phone M FT RENTAL And INSURANCE. On Easy Terms, Like Rent, I St 7 Wt 8th Street KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI. $1 5-room frame house, near 25th and Highland. East front, water, gas. sewer to closet: granitoid steps. All street improvements in. Easy terms. B. T. WHIPPLE R. E. CO. 2) W. 10th Street. i