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THE RISING SON. WILSON DAWSON. lliislncsH Mgr. PEHCY t). CRUMP, Solicitor. Remember please It' ih llttln hit we rolled here Dim i inrp tmt rnul li'n ii4 tn run from ycnr In yenr." LOCALS. Mix. Annuls (liirrett Ih very low al liT Ic-iiili'lK'e Vine. All notii-c and innioiiiirenii'iiU will lie published for lo: per line. Wait :md watch for the leister mini her. It will l just what yon waitt. The Nemo Huslnens Ali'ii'n league' met l:it Friday liilil at Hotel C'onip ton. Hll.a .lessee- will rent joii a room nt 111S t'atnpliell, rear. Give her a trial. Let sotiiH one ru.nl In tlm RIkIiii; Son what you uru dolus I" business or six ii'iy. MIfh Grace Taylor of 211 K. fill) St. burnt her hand very Hevi-rely with boiling water. They are si ill eouiiliK. I'rof. .1. Silan Harris and I'rof. T. W. Williams paid MliixeiiptioiiH. .Mrs. .Mamie Slanion and Mr. 1 nil i i- of Si. J.iseph are visiting .Mrs. Fannie Green. Mrs. Dawson, mother of tV. Daw son, was very ill last we k. Shi- is itnpruvlDK now. If you want the best work done ch-ap In inn all of your i'. pt liMinu to the Kisiii!; Son. The nef:ru undertakers an; dolus the 1'iiik of the neuroe's buryiui; and the Son is tlad of it. ('ounlee I'.ros., are the undertakers it) the city. Vsu iiiain ami inland. oldest IH'firo ll.H Ii Phones Any one desiring to buy a fine siuaie piano for $40 please call M, at the office of the Ulsins Son. Mr. W'ilber Ray of St. .loseph. Mo., has been in the city several days, left for St. l-ouis Friday evening. Tapt. 1. H. Jordan made a special trip to Jefferson City, Mo., as Depti t.y Marshal. He will return in a few days. Officer, Peter Campbell railed around and paid a subscription for the Rising Son. These are thiuKs that count. i'needa Domestic Hand I-aundry Co., lias opened tip a splendid place at 21122114 E. 1Sth St. M. C. Jones Is the man-ager. Mr. and Mrs. V. 11. Hubbell of 2304 Vine St., are building n larpe lirlck store room nt SJHmI Vine St., which will be for rent b ion. 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. WANTED. brlht, eneiKetlc, young man as solicitor and collector. For informal ion call at the office of the Son !H4 K. 12th street. Mrs Dee Mickles Is the guest of her sister in law. .Mrs. Anna Johnson .Mickles. She will attend a i heal re party to Unfits, liastns company til Hie 1 1 1 and. Let it-- know what yni are ilniim in IjaMlHss or society, let the people read in the Kisjnu Son when you or jour isit!ng ft lends go and come, lletli phones 7MI Main and Grand. Thl is very i neouniing to us: Mr. Win. Swietinev ,,f ;i7 l.oeust St., citiie into I 'io office of the lllslug Sun and paid a year's snbsei Ipl ion. We hope uilieis will follow his ex nmple. persons desiring a full course in milliner work will see Mine. Denton Dean. lilUT Park. She is prepared to fill orders for Faster work. Persons desiring a new- hat, she will be pleas ed to get your order. Why not let the -Son" Rise In your home to brighten the household. We are getting the news. We want you to make It your paper. As it Is an educative Journal for Negroes. When you have any legal business to transact, you should give the negro lawyers a chance. Foremost in this professional field stands L. A. Knox, G. T. Wassom, C. H. Calloway, I. H. Uradley, Mr. Henderson, Mr. Martin and nt he is. The Y. M. C. A. meets every Sun- ! day afternoon 4:im o'clock nt their hall, 1512 K, 18th stivct. Mr. , Kd. Ross President. Dr. K. D. Ramsey has moved his office fioni Hull and Grand t,i the Northeast corner of lt'lli and Vin. over Craw body drug store. Come around and give him a call. ; The Sou Is glad that n ccrtaiu Negro woman near l.lih nhd Virglnli came around and promised not to act so unladylike again. The llllile says, 'Go in Peace and Sin No More." WANTED. Educated colored ,T.!n to travel and distribute sample and circulars of our goods among their own people. Salary $80 per .month and expenses. Saunders 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 lo stale that people not subscribing for this paper should at leart order the paper when they send in their news. The Forum tneels every Sunday af ternoon at 4:ii) o'clock at Allen Chapel and subjects of vital Importance to the race am discussed by some of the best minds. You are invited lo attend the meelini;s. Prof. Foster, President. Napoleon Washington is now col lecling bills tor the Negro Pnsinoss ICxIablishnieiil. If mi have Hilly old bills In be collected let. him know. He will collect them. Address, '.Ml K. I2IU St. Give him your old accounts. T. W. Williams is representing the Black Diamond Development company of Chicago and would be pleased to have his friends see him and get facts about this wonderful company's stock. Address No. 1323 Jackson Avenue. Call Bell 3259 East. I. C. Stephens Grocery company is j where you buy groceries and meats cheap for cash. Home made sausage j a specialty. Our fresh meats are ! simply fine and prices are right. Call and give us a trial order. You will not regret It. 723-25 E. 8th streets, Kansas City, Mo. l'h'Hs,. pay tin- collector, Mr. Horace Itolilen r Mr. Kilwiinl linker, your .vein's miliscriptioii. Don't have tin? manager to appear in person or have him t.i semi a collection si sent, after you. We tiiiit.1 have money in order to run litis paper. It can not he run wi0 a whole, lot of news sent in without money. Now let every one tally! The Rev. .1. C. Jackson a clistin piishcil preacher who preached tite 12th anniversary of Rev. S. W. Ha cote, March "id. delivered a special sermon to the young men last Sun day at Allen Chapel, V'th and Char lotte? street. Rev. Jackson Is an ahlo speaker and his sermon was very ef fective, full of good adviie, utid wrll takeu hy all prtsent. The O. Q. C'luli had a very delight ful lime at their nmilar .meeting forest. The officers of the dull lire as follows: President Richard Fisher, Secretary Jack Tonston, Treasurer William Fisher. The cluh has an ex clusive incmhership of el;ht nieiiihers. The next inei-lini; will he Wednesday eveniliK. There will he. n contest for prizes iu whist. The anks Milwaukoe 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. IXiVIS CHASK, Sec'y. THAD TTRNKR, Captain. Address 194 Fourth Street. A NEW ORGANIZATION 'Tin' lliiddlm; Genius." A number of in telligent ytiiing men ami ladles met some timi? ago and organized iheni selves for literary and social ptirpot es. The cluh meets al Hotel Coliipton. 71 Charlotte SI., every Thursihiy iiit:ht. Mr. Amos Smilh, presldeiil; Miss Virginia Muse. (Jiiimlaro, Kan., Secy. The club has great lutein ions to r. he fill lire. The S"li is the ol ficial organ of Hie chili. T!ie follow ing pet pie have been ;o kind as to come t i ihls oi l li e ami pay llieir snlisci ipt Ions; Mi.-s Gertrude Myer, I'rof. R. AV. Foster, I'rof. I! T. Cole, Miss Jaiellan Williams. S. K. WiKiliiih, Mr. Henry Compion. Mr. linn McCoi inicU, Sheriff ltaldwin. Judge H. I. Mi Ciine, Andy Thi mas. Criminal Clerk; R It .1 )iii ham, W. S. Mathhall, exHenalor C. W. Clink, Judge V. A. Powell, Comptroller, tins Pearson, Mr. Kveilt Fllloit, Mr. i.eo Koehler. Mr. Oscar Koehler, I'. S. Attorney; E. S. Van Vall.lnglicrg. and many others that we will give. Corkins I don't know how I do H, but 1 can always tell what time of day It is without looking at the watch or clock. I McStab -To be pure. Naluro al ways confers Instinct upon creatures that lack tho higher faculties. Chi-; cago Tribune. Tearher (In manual training school ) What may be regarded as the fore runner of the modern automobile? Shaegy Halved Pupil Anybody that pits In its way. Chicago Tribune. The New French Cafe IS OPEN FOR BUSINESS Down Stairs 'at 557 Grand Avenue Mis. l.ti'ir.i Aklns lias the fin-ft Ann rn ,m ,i?h lair.ip. .m ilinini; r' ii In the West, line main iIIiiIhh renin .unl ..in- pnvati' illnhiit ro mi. i:ir llilim ef the KcHHim M br hi rvitl In flft-iLics niylc Tin- lnt i-nuks will prepare tlif fiiin-.r Hlenks, I'lmp. 1'IkIi ami l'nw ls nf all lilials. 1,-,. i 'renin ami Si. ft 1 'links all tin- lime, linni MiihI while yini eat. Meals nt all limns, lip-n nt Night. The Best Accommodation, with Rooming Houses at 508 and 512 McGee St. BELL PHONE 2502 MAIN LADIES, THERE IS A CHANCE FOR YOU AT Madam Mamie De Vaule Vincent's School of Dress Making and Ladies' Tailoring 'I'll learn nil nf the latest systems In I in s-in i K . t i !- Out! itiir, Kitttnsr ami every t lit'ij; In maUe ynu muster nf the clivK-m.ikinc .nr. M.ulaiu Vlniini is a uri'lnnl,- nf l.llir llilfel-.nt will Mils. Willi IHV ! lAp'laaie In the llluil-t sluri'S In K. in-. is City. Tin- prtei' or linti-a is vi r Vv In In I. ynu i-.m in. ike mmi. y uhile h a rutin.-. Special Course in Sewing, 20 Days, $5.00 1 rnllll.illy Invlle nil lo vmil llle s.Iki! m r-llll.lli'. Bell Phone 507 Grand. 1104 Charlotte St., Kansas City, Mo. M. QVINN Both Phones Kansas City's Largest and Lctoejt Trice Grocery Why Should You Buy Your Groceries Here? We know of no better reason than that ou 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: ;! liars Ibitteriiiilk Soap "c S cans Scrubbing l,je 2."ic s pkgs Pearline -."io 4-11) pkgs Sea Foam Washing lowdT 1;:; 1 Hi pkgs Grandmo's Umax Powder l-'.c Lo"U boxes Water Queen Soap, regular retail price ii liars 2."ic, our price, J bars J.",c 12 boxes Matches 4c Seolch Oats, pkg "ic Egg-OSee. pkg Tie Fresh llaked Ci ackers, lb ."i? Fresh linked Ginger Snaps, lb...,"ic pjO sacks Cholci' Navy lleaus, cct juice, 8 lbs L'.ic lu-lh pail Mackerel. 2u in paiL.S.ic Mill pail No. 1 Irish Mack erel $1.1:5 10-11) pail Family White Fish...'iUe Holland Herring, keg S.ic Smoked Salmon, lh lac luc pkg Codfisr no Poneless Codfish, lb 1"c ail cases Giiarantoed Fresh Candled Eggs, 30r value, for, per dozen 2I!c Eagle Hams, lh 1 Q. Q. Q. best Hickory Smoked A Delightfully Perfumed Hair Pomade A PREPARED ESPECIALLY FOR COLORED PEOf'lE This nlil, rtli.ililc i;n. Hi. in 1'. I'lUM.lIlt 11. i- fnr nw r ti n m i'-, ,r.,I tlinii.-aiul.-, nf linmcs. It is t-iiar.tii'i i il NELSON'S HAIR DRESSING hair soft, pliant and glossy, , T . up ill aliv style i-i tisistrnt wiili i- ; liv Sllpplvillg ll' IK I 'll il nil 1! ri : HAIR IRHS.SIN(i tnius hi., in-, hair from falling out, Increases its splitting and hn-akiiig nit at the 11. 1' , NELSON'S HAIR DRESSING :. , and Scaling 1.1 tlu Scalp, nr. Tlicrr is Mitliitig -ct 11111-11l.il llioi'iuiglily tfstt-d and is unlm-i-il . tn. he ciiiivinicd that it ilms all and iiii'-r WHAT THOSE WHO Misi Isahfll llvi.l. Hiilf ( .,',-k. Mi, i. , willp, 1 "I r- oiiimt-ml ll Hht-ltwi I u,t. Ii do'lr Hlimlrlt ita mr." M1.1 Willir I., l.iirt.i. M. MO.ii. 01. . . milrst "I tuii-ii,i-il i-nii X'1'..ir, ll.il' Ii' Im nfjily Iimii y-ji, jiul w.imIiI ixil lir t' i.n ll it tlie nnl Homli-rlii I b.'-iui in.-i i li I,, i nilniril pi-uple. I li-i- .ti- .ili i-. I"it not. i Nrlaia'i." NELSON'S HAIR DRESSING I- put ;,i all cuntuit (;t it at our drug stoic, send i 3 lie', in .tamps and wc w ill in.nl vmi a im. f We want good agents lin.ni- it tiin.i'i ). jWtiie nr piin-s, linn., it.-, Address NELSON MANUFACTURING CO., Richmond, Virginia. KANSAS CITY, MO. 535-537-539 Main Street - Main 1202 Hams, Ih 1 I'll K- Pest Itreakfast llacon. Hi.. 1 ."ijo Laurel Kreakfast llacon, lb... 1 lie tait Pork, lb 10c .". n ii h pails w. k. Laid, special cut. price for to morrow 1 y . per pail ;u;o ;iec Large Navel Oranges, do. .":Se l 'c Fancy llaiiamis, doen .... luc iV'ic Fancy Dairy Putter, lb. . . .LTic l.'c Putt" l ine. lb ue 1. Hey Rural Colorado I'nlalci. s. aushel 7:!c Fancy Craiiberries, 2 uarts. . . . l.'ic Oh"' ear very best Standard 'rati'.ilated Sugur, on $."i order fir other goods, 2 I lbs .... If I .(" Pure Sugar Corn, ac; dozen .. ..'.Se E. .1. Peas. ,"ic; dozen ."iSe Fine K. .1. l'eas, Sc; dozen .... '.lap Large size solid packed To matoes, 10c; dozen $1.IS Large sizi' Pumpkin, 7c; do...7."? Laruf? sizo Apple, 7c; dozen .. 7.1c Pink Salmon, He; dozen $l.no Red Salmon, Uc; dozen $1.40 For to -morrow only, 4 bars Sa polio 2,"iC W. W. tJ- best hard wheat Floor, cwt $L'-0 U- Q- Q- ,,,f-t S,,H wheat Flour. cwt $2.M .Vlh cai lon Q. Q. Q. Coffee $1.00 20c Spix-ial Itlend Coffee, Hi.. 1.1c .luc Tea any kind, lb l!!ie IJ. Q. Q I'ure Rye Whisky, t . . "." Purity Pure Rye Whisky, bottle. iiiic Hi st California Wine, hot.. "On gallon. . . ... 1 .0i in 1 , ; 11 n : 1 , 1 : ' ; : -ii 1 1 'I .1 in 1 t - .1". In 'i I ;a 1 in .ill 11- i-i: -i"i ihnr el i li linrsl., stubborn, Kinky, curly tn rnlllll II ill) c. i ;- .Hid to il l It .ei.l li.il '.! - , NELSON'S .lil. In,,, Ii'.' till- I. HI tinlil I'll ;il', I; n . It Iii! v -..ilr till- Minis i !iC i and i iriii t hrs in -1 grow th, ,,m I .n-. i,t 1 I nrs the L.nr m -. Handruff, 1 nils Tetter, Itching 'inn'- M.iir lr - ,.i..K 1.. .i'i ti.. u-., wli.it v. 1 1 ! : .1 I Ii. KNOW HAVE TO SAY: VI'.. I'. I m I I ! .' ' .' .' .11,. I.- I i nn r i" ii'i ii , r ii,. -. n i i.p in t null' i siju.tr- tin linyi s .;i,i Li druii itorcs fnr 25c. a box. Ii , Something New! W. T. 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 DR. E. C. BUNCH, Dcntis Office Hours 8 To 12m. 1 To 5 P. M. EVfloved! Take notice, has been moved to 3IA East 12th Street Come around and pay the new owner a visit. Com; around and pay your subscription to the manager, or perhaps, send it in by mail. Thanking you for what'you have done in the past. Bring us your news, and let us know what is going on in society. Phone your news to 780 Main, Home, or 730 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 3 STORES 80) Walnut 12th and Baltimore 9th and Wyandotte Best Places in Kansas City to Trade. TRY US. Prices Right and Good Treatment. llnmr 'IMmiir .4 7H M.n R. L. PRATT REAL And 1 1! Houses For Sale On EZosy Terms, Like Rent. 137 Want Hth Stront KANSAS C IX V, MISSOURI. $1,700 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. 23 W. 10th Street. Come One Come All! GREEN Phone 1055 M.mi. Moved to his new loc.ition, 716 E. 1th. KANSAS CITY, MO. Moved! the office of the Mt-ll 'I'lii'iii- M fi M..HI RENTAL URANCE.