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THE RISING SON. H. C. Johnson of No. 1014 N. 5th. 8t., Kansas City Kansas, the Negro tombstone engraver It doing great work In his line. Hl prices are reas onable. Call Both Phones 253 West. WILSON DAWSON. Duslness Mgr. PERCY D. CRUMP, Solicitor. Remember iiicuse It' trie little bit we rolled here una t jere hat euuble u to run from yenr to yenr." All announcements and notices are ten cents per line. NEAT FURNISHED ROOM A WITH HOT AND COLD BATHS AND ALL CONVENIENCES. BE.LU PHONE 3636X GRAND. MRS. Q. M. CRiZ. ZARD, 2105 FOREST AVE. For prompt service In the express and baggage line go to Mr. 8. M. Miller. Stand at Independence and Oak. phone Home 453 Main. ResU dence 1123 Belvidere St. LOCALS. Edward S. Lewis, grand master of the Grand United Order of Oddfel lows of Missouri, left Monday on bis annual official vlt.lt to the lodges In central and northeast Mo. The next state grand lodge session will be held In Boonevllle, Mo., Aug. C. 7, 8, and 9. A few deternilntxl Negroes can rem edy this evil. Second Baptist church received let as to this preacher's actions. Who will come next In this crusade to weed out all Negro fakers. If you wish, to practice economy, deal with the advertisers in this paper. Rev. J. E. Roberts was In the city a few days this week. He will leave Saturday for Osnge, Hutchinson and 1 other points In Kansas. I Rev. Wm. Baker, field secretary of National Baptist convention, was In the city Thursday and left for Kan-' sits, he will return next week. I WANTED To adopt a girl between the age of ifour and seven. Address H. Webster, 1704 E. Tenth 8t. More letters and facts will be pub lished in later editions of this piper. Jerry Davis, of Leavenworth, Is at the point of death with Incipient phthisis. I Miss Gvnevleve Collins is fortun ate in being valedictorian of her class at Leavenworth, Kansas. Miss Ixnilse Adams Is assistant cm balmer with the K. C. Casket & Em balming Co., K. C. Karjiii v Dr. J. H. Jones, who formerly had his office at 805 Independence Ave., s now at 1307 East Eighteenth St., over Smith's Drug store. He Is with out doubt an excellent physician and none have shown a more thorough knowledge of the diseases of women than he. The ladles whom he has treated are walking testimonials of his success. He Is steadily building up a practice among them. The merit he shows In one case brings another as well as an Increasing confidence and general practice. Office 'phones, Bell, Grand 4391; Home. Main 51C7. Residence, Home East 2341. Wo hope everybody will attend the mass meeting in order to ascertain just what the other tide of the argu ment will be. f ; Nicely furnished roorae for rent to respectable parties wUS reference at 1114 Vine. Modern', convenience. Bell Phone E. 4031. , If this Is the kind of hxoer the Negroes desire every weekVJiow "3 by your response to Our solicitors and give them your subscriptions. -i " "U ' Miss Bessie Whitneyy tvUtt ft Mrs, Wm. James, of 1528 LydVn," has re turned from Nashville, Tnn., where she has been attending college. Mr. William Davis, Jr.. of Chicago, Is in the city again to arrange for making suits for gentlemen. We are glad to have him with us again. i The class leaders of Allen Chapel gave their concert. Oil tt whole, It was very attractive as Ui gave evi dence of wit and preparation. Nick Chllds Is iii town and visited the-office of the Rising Sen. He says the Plalndealer Is still striking out for good morals and clean men. Don't Stay away from the employ ment office because yoj have no money. They will locate you so that you will always have money. COPIES OF THE R'SING SON CAN BE HAD AT SMITH'S THREE DRUG STORES. . 80S 'INDEPEND ENCE AVE., 908 E. 12th ST. AND 1307 E. 18th ST.K ' Mrs. Jackson, of Islington, Mo., is vhlting her sister, Mrs. L. Calloway, of 722 Charlotte St.. who has been very ill since last Tuesday night. We hope she will soon recover. D. J. H. Garnett, president of West ern College, Macon, Mo., was in the city last week. Dr. Garnett ranks anione the foremost educators of the country, ho has btvn at the head of several institutions and he is a safe leader. Rev W. L. Taylor, president and irinnd worthy mat-tor of the IT. O. T n u-,w in the city last Sunday. This distinguished diameter Is at the head Inf the richest and perhaps one or tlie J,.,ir.ct voirrn organizations in the Jorld, is a baptist minister. . I Know ve all concerned that the lRlsing Son has er-ployed L. Amasa henax as aeneral attorney tor mit pa r. Any one naving grievance or iifftana suits Dlease call at his otfi 127 West 8th St. Home pnone 78 Main. Mr.' William McKnight, ex-head altar nf the Baltimore will take im of the hofel again this roontn r. Charles wasntngiuu, iiicire-in. ,a waiter will take a month s va Hn and then will take charge In ime other capacity. Both are good n ia every manner. -TUB niiNn EXTRAVAGANZA ii i us- nVEN BY THE KANSA8 CITY Dl inu n r II O. T. R.. AT AR BNQTON HALL TUE8DAY NIGHT INC 11, W. CORNER 18th AND kRRISON 8TREET8. GOOD MU8IC ILL ARE INVITED TO fclNJUY . ... Ml 100 TIME Aomissiun fci Dr Theo. Smith with his three drug stores and six 'phones to furnish you with all you need in the drug and sundry line. You are never too far to patronize him. Some of the best Negroes of the city frequent his places, and order from him over tne 'phones; do you? If not, why not? His drugs are absolutely pure; hi3 service is the best, give him an order over the 'phone, and see If he Is not there with the goods. STORES: 809 E. 12th St. 805 Independence Ave. 107 E. 18th St. PHONES: H. 4211 Main B. 1211 Grand H. 5640 Main II 2170 Main H. 5407 Main B. 4591 Grand A GREAT LECTURE. The Rev. W. L. Tayioi, grand worthy master and president of G. . IT. O. T. R., delivered an able, prac tical and Instructive address at the Second Baptist church Monday even ing, June 3d. His theme was the ad vancement of the American Negro. This man is a typical representative of the American Negro who by perse verance. Indomitable will power and energy has risen from the depths of obscurity, until today he towers above his fellows as a giant above pigmies. He Is very unassuming and unosten tasious, plain and practical. A great leader and a man among men. We congratulate the G. P. IT. O. T. R. upon having such a distinguished pres ident. The demonstration given In his honor Monday evening amounted almost to an ovation. THIS IS TO BE A GREAT ORGAN IZATION. The Kansas City Mercantile Co- was organized January 1, 1907, with a capital stock of $2,000 In shares which are selling very fast. Rev. G. T. Mos- by. who is president, Is a well exper ienced business man. and will carry the company to success. Geo Johnson secretary; ti. A Smith, treasurer. The Son knows everything that goes on In this city, so bo careful and help us make our race a deserving one. Stand for something. si DYEING. Thos desiring first-class work that iieaks for Itsolf. visit the Spirltorlum. 'irst Class work a specialty. JOHN TRIGO, Prop... 1203 East 18th Street. Mrs. M. D. Marshall of 1219 Vine St., attended the party at Arlington hall last Wednesday night, May 22, lost gold brooch with blue forget-me-nots and diamond center. Please re turn at residence and get reward. Our June Bef ore-Inventory Sales In Progress July 1st, next, we lake our semiannual inven tory, At this time every piece of merchandise every yard of ribbon, every button, every book, every chair, every curtain, and so on through this big store and the warehouse at Sixteenth and Walnut street must be counted and the amount placed upon the invoice books, You housekeepers who sometime may have made a list of your household effects and personal wearing apparel for the storage warehouse or for the fire insurance company will appreciate what an undertaking this one of ours is, Think of counting up much over one and onchalf million dollars' worth of suits and lostumes, skirls, waists, millinery, men's clothing, shoes, pots, pans and kettles, crockery, cut glass, pictures, pins, needles -everything must be counted, you know, however small. You can plainly see it is to our advantage to have slocks at the minimum size by July 1st. And so throughout June we will be tellin? you (in ad' dition to the regular news of new things at regu lar prices,) about merchandise that must be clear ed away before July 1st. thousands and thousands of dollars' worth that will be sold at noteworthy savings to you who buy. Watch for Bcforclnven' tory Sale announcements. Alio tvmcmlM'r thut our IIImtuI trmlt prtnt'ijili'. nhlrli hilt tn-on in tnirr for nourly forty your. nplir to nil mvtvtaiiitillw In tliW sale. If after you get your purchase home It proves different from v.hat you thought when you were buying It, return It at once In saleab e condition, along wl h the duplicate check for cheer ful refund. Coutd anything be fairer than that? DAIRY LUNCH THE ENTERPRISE MRS. S. L. DAILY. Prop. Home Bakery and Ice Parlor. Catering to the Public ICES OF ALL KINDS Bell 'Phone 3578X Grand. 1320 E. 18th St. MISSOURI HAT WORKS 917-919 WALNVT S I REKT. Now is the time to get your old soft and stiff HATS CLEANED We are Expert Rcptircn, Finamai tn.de like new 23 Years Exprleqc. 917-919 WALNUT STREET RHODES, Home Phone 2981 East. Hours in Shop 10:30 to 5:00 P. M. OPEN AT THE OLD STAND SEYWiOUW'B CAFE 709 Wynnclotte St. First Class Meals at all Hows Open until a o'clock . m. Bell Fhons 1877 Main. The patronage of 11 Railroad and Hotel men solicited. Good music all the time. We have modern furnished rooms furnished at 40a East 6th St. Something New! Come One Come All W. T. GREEN Has Moved His PENNY ARC) BE and Shooting Gall y To 713 MAIN STREET Don't forget the number. His new place will be ele gantly fitted up with every inducement for ladies and gentlemen. W. T. GREEN, Propr. Bell Phone Main 738 MR. A. J. SEYMOUfi THE SKIRTITORIUM JOHN TRIGG, Prop. ladies' Popular Cleaners and Dyers MRS. M. E. J. TRICCIN ATTENDANCE I 203 E. 18th St. Kansas City, Mo. The New French Cafe IS OPEN FOR BUSINESS Down Stairs at 557 Grand Avenue Mrs. 1 ,11111a Akin lias tlm flin-nt AinrrU'an and Kiirnprnii illnlim' mnnia lit the Wist. Him main ) lilt tit; room ami mm private iIIiiIiik room. lOvcry thliiB of tlio poasoii to lii tx-rvi'il In f Irnt-clasH hIjIo. Tin- lirst roulm will prcparo tlio fanry Stralm, 'lioin, l-'lsh mnl Kowls nf all klii'lH. lro I'ronni ii 1 1 I Soft minks all tin' tlmo. Hood MiimIc wlill. yon i nt. Mi-als at all liourx. t!l"tl lit NlKllt, The Best Accommodation, with Rooming Houses at 508 and 512 McGee St. KANSAS CITY. MO. BELL PHONE 2502 MAIN A NEW ADDITION TO THE RI8INQ SON JOB PRINTING AND PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY. The Uixing Sun in addition to Its al ready valuable paper has added a Job Printing Department and I'liuto Kraph Gallery. The Negroes tdioiild patronl.e these departments as they are among the best In town. We up turning out good work every day. We are succeeding bemuse the preat body of Negroes are with us; helping us In every way. The people are proud to see us grow, and we are making more friends every day. OUR POLICY The management of this paper takes a decided stand for honesty as the best policy. We pro pose to give every one a square deal, and we only ask for the same. It shall bo the constant endeavors of the new management to place this paper upon a high basis, to stand for the right, to speak out against, nnd expose the wrong, to commend the aggressive nnd successful, to encour age and defend the weak and strug gling whose Ideals are high nnd whose motives are pure, to champion the cause for the best Interest or the Negro race, To fight for good In the name of God. Is it a fact that trustee board of St. Stephen church nnd several of Its members have known the condi tion of affairs between J. W. Hurse and Mm. Annie Jones, nnd have -hidden or have tried to hide and smug gle his dire? H. H. N. Y. Mrs. Sallle Easley who has charge of Wood's restaurant, 125 W. 7 St. Is getting up first class meals. Thre Is no question that her dinner can't be surpassed. Every day large crowds come to the restaurant to show her their appreciation of the food. Everybody la Invited to come. The Pilgrim Baptist church re celved a letter as to the doings of Rev. J. W. Hurso. STYLISH! COMFORTABLE! trim tit miv imw with eye iflusios. Do thi'v MIP off r I hIioiiM miv a"' Arc thi'v chv to wljiisty I xliould say so! 1 linvi! Die iimn-rnil n ml the jmtU'iits. Bring m your note. H. D. SIMMONS. Optician and Jeweler. 923 Campbell St. 3 it 1. .ATEST NEWS Interesting Facts About Our Special Offers. All of our customers will tell you ofthe many advantages they received from us in the way of good goods, low prices and OUR GEN-EROUSLittle-at-a-time-payment plan. EVERYONE NEEDS CREDIT. There are times when you are really in need of courtesy and friends and don't know where you can get them. If you establish a credit you need never worry. Begin now by opening an account with us. LIST OF" PRICES: Bed Room Suits $35.00 to i65,00 Ingrain Carpets per yd, 75c lo 1.00 Odd Dressers 10 00 lo Princess Dressers 18.00 to Cook Stoves 15.00 to Sleel Ranges 35.00 to 35.00 Brussel Kugs ilo.OO to i'i.OO Axminislcr Kugs 35.00 to 45.00 Mailings per yd, 25c lo 35c OilCloth ' 40c to 50c Linoleum " 90c to 1.00 40,00 30.00 60.00 The Western furniture & Stove Co, A Credit Store of Low Prices. GRAND AVENU i'i II Off!