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THE RISING SON. . -. WILSON DAWSON, Business Mgr. MAHEL nELL, Collector. Remember please Jt' the little blu we collnct here ana Here bat ennblei ui to run from jrenr to year." All announcements and notices are ten cents per lino. LOCALS. A. M. Schwetcli, of Columbia, Mo., Is now in the city. The Jenkins vent down in dofeat at the hands of the llrlnkleys, score 11 to 4. Mrs. Nannie ltibbs, of 1C07 Lydla, has just returned home from a visit to Kansas. Dr. Key, a physician of this city, will leave Friday for an extensive tour in the KuBt. The Shirt Waist Club continues to have nice crowds at their Friday evening dances. Have you seen Weaver? If you have not, go and call him up! he will get you a job. If you want the best work done cheap bring all of your Job printing to the Rising Son. FOR 8ALE. House and lot 1005 Olive. Chisselle, 805 Indp. Ave. J. H. WANTED To adopt a girl between the age of if our and seven. Address J. H. Webster, 1704 E. Tenth St. Mrs. Connelly, clerk in the office of the Afro-American Employment agency, is spending her vacation visiting in Denver. Miss Tribune of Omaha is visiting friends in Kansas City, Mo., and Kan sas City, Kan., afttr two weeks' stay she will leave for Louisville, Ky. Hon. Walter McDonald, a graduate of the law department of Kansas state University, has opened an olliee at 514 Minnesota, Kuiihuw City, Kan. HOME PHONE 4886 GRAND. MRS. NANNIE BIBB, POMPS WIGS AND SWITCHES MADE TO ORDER. 1607 LYDIA, FLAT D, KANSAS CITY, MO. Miss Sarah Hummitt, clerk In the offire of the Afro-American Employ ment agency, will take her vacation next week visiting her friends in Omaha. Mrs. 11. J. Drowning of 1211 East Twelfth street, has bt'en very ill for the past two weeks. She is now up ami able to be around the house. We hope she will soon recover. The Y. M. C. A. held a jubilee meeting at Allen Chapel last Sunday. They celebrated the close of their successful campaign fund for $ 10,0(10. l.ishop Grant was the principal speaker. Miss Gertrude Tolson of Omaha is in the city, spending a delightful va cation visiting her aunts, Mrs. Drown ing and Hunt, of 1214 and 121"! East 'I wlefth street. She has many friends ht re and will be assured a pleasant time during her stay. WHY NOT LET MRS. L. C. LEE. 1823 GROVE, DO YOUR DRESSMAK ING? SHE IS A GRADUATE OF A FIRST-CLASS SCHOOL AND MAKES ALSO AN EXCELLENT LOTION FOR THE COMPLEXION AND A FINE PREPARATION FOR THE HAIR. Many of our citizens attended the fair at St. Joseph last week, nnd tin; census of opinion Is that the Exposi tion was a creditable effort and did much towards bettering public senti mi nt in this section. We 'shall be pleased to speak more of the fair a little later. NATURE'S REMEDY FOR CON SUMPTION, ASTHMA AND LUNG TROUBLES, WE CORDIALLY IN VITE THE PUBLIC TO GIVE THIS REMEDY A FAIR TRIAL. CALL OR WRITE REV. D. WHELER, 949 NEW JERSEY, KANSAS CITY, KAN., OR MR. O. BRYANT, 1217 E. 18th, KAN SAS CITY, MO. Mr. F. J. Weaver and wife at tended the TrIState Fair at St. Jo sep last week anil have r turned to look after their business for a few days. They will nlso attend the Xe vi'o llnsiiHss Men's League in Topeka this week. During th riesslon of the business league, tbo Topeka l'lalndealer will le Issued every morning. A forps of compt tt nt scribes will look after the news matter, thus making tne report of the league cunipleto In every par ticular. Dest wishes, friend "Nick." OFFICER CAMPBELL. Pete Campbell. who everyone knows, is the subject of this sketch. Mr. Campbell Is nn original product of this city. All honor that has come ' to him has been by his own energy ; and thrift. Mr. Campbell's father was one of the pioneers of this city I at one time owning considerable ' property. Mr. Campbell is known for ' his unselfish efforts in landing young Negro boys and girls In positions. ' For sixteen yenrs there were no Ne- gro special delivery carriers, until Campbell appeared nnd landed three. He is still continuing his good work und some of the boys who he hps assisted in wearing the blue and the gray are still wearing it through Campbell and his friends, l'ete ha many a friend among the Negroes and they seem to be with him In all his efforts, wishing him success. Pete has held more jobs successfully than any other Negro In the city. The Negroes are proud of Mr. Campbell nnd his splendid record. At one time j ne was on ine :o. 11 nre tiepart ment, at another . he worked at the post office. He was a special police man and he is now occupying the honorable position of city patrolman. He is a strong politician and is to be reckoned with in every campaign, al ways able to turn a political trick and assist his friends. Mr. Camp bell has a piece of property at Elev tilth and Vlrgina, a very amiable w'fe and a nice little family. We hope him a very successful future. Mr. J. A. Lankford, the noted Ne gro architect, of Washington, D. C, made the Rising Son office a call the first of the week. INDEPENDENCE NOTES. Mrs. Charles Wilson is vet verv ill. Mr. Samuel Pool visited his par ents last week. Miss N. R. do let other people's husbands alone. Dr. Phoenix nnd wife are in St. Joseph this week. Rev. Johnson will serve dinner at his church Friday. Miss Virgin Jackson spent a few days out of our city. Do subscribe for the Rising Son; its only $1."0 a year. It is reported that Rev. Fitts will give another bnll soon. Miss Margaret Evins spent last week in Lawrence, Kansas. William Evins and little Jack Pool are both able to lie up again. If you desire to know the news of your race, subscribe for the Ris ing Son. Miss Hattle Hush nnd others nre at tending the institute at Lexington this week. Miss iCella Webb has gone to her Lamar home. After spending the summer with her nuntie. Mrs. William Rhodes and Mrs. Longtcngiie, of our city, are in St. Jos ili attending the fair. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Chrlsman cell brated their 2.1th anniversary. All present enjoyed themselves in the highest. Mr. W. H. and E. T. gave a picnic Saturday; the people presumed the picnic would be like the leaders and went out of town. STATE FAIR SEDALIA. Great preparations nre being made for the Seventh Annual Exhibition of the Missouri Slate Fair, October 5 1 1 ih, l'.i"7. Three new brick barns-, practically fireproof, with a capacity of l.'o animals each are being erect ed. Now walks are being laid and and the old ones repaired. Larger water main are laid and txlended to all stock bains, affording an abund ance of water for live stock and an increased pressure for extinguishing fire. The main boulevard Is being laid with macadam under Hie super vision of the i'nlted Slates Depart ment of Good Roads, thus furnishing j a sample of permanent roadway for the Inspection of visitors, built In the' mose approved and practical manner. I Every possible convenience for the comfort and entertainment of visl ! tors is being provided, and the most successful meeting in the history of the institution is ass'ured. The Coun ty Clerk has Premium Lists for dis tribution, or Secictary Ripley at So dalia will firnLsh you with fill in formation. COPIES OF THE RISING SON CAN BE HAD AT SMITH'S THREE DRUG STORES. 80S INDEPEND ENCE AVE., 908 E. 12th ST. AND 1307 E. 18th ST. Ltt us send one of our wwnboys to your home. Our paper per week Is 5 pents a copy. August Clearance Sales Are In Progress Distributors to Every Member of the Family and the Home. THE greatly increased business that is rolling into the store these August days shows that the August Clearance Sale is more important to the public than ever. Are you getting your share of the generous price -reductions now in force ? Yours to help in saving KANSAS CITY, MO. If You Have Anything FOR SALE OR TO LEASE or if there is anything you want to buy see F". J. WEAVER Office 1005 McGee St. Bell Phone Real Estate THE OLD COLORED FOLKS AND ORPHANS' HOME. Sam Kason founded tin? old colored folks nnd orphans home of this city IHceinlur ISsft, and lie organized an association of colored women to help him with th work, nnd In rented a house for the old people nt 1214 II lull land, and then moved to i;ios Vine street and then it seems that the harden of the home soon fell upon the shoulders of llrother Kason and as lie worked hard at hriek laying and plastering, he had to Invest his time and eamiiiKs to aid in protect Ini; the old colored folks home for over ten years, which saved the old colored folks nnd orphans home from break ing up and going to destruction years ngo, nnd the home was tak.-n from him nnd moved out to L' lit! .Michigan avenue. llrother Kason is n lawful member of the Old Colored Folks Home asso ciation and should have credit and pay for his ten years' servico in the old colon d folks home. He should be made president of the home if he wislu s it. Mr. F. .T. Weaver the Locator, lias moved Into new quarters at loill". Oak st. The big four-story brick house strict 1 ymodern, private bath nnd he is now prepared to jiive t.ie p'llilic the best of accommodations in the rooming house line. The Klite Club at the Arlington ev ery Thursday night gives a prize to the lady holding the luckey number. The piie last Thursday night was a K.iirt waist. T'hoi'.e for a Kislng Hon Home or Hell 70 Main or tlrand. We will be there with the paper ami bring you tile news. Trnf. Henry M. Love, celfhrated Clairvoyant and "Mind Header. Infor mation j:iven on all mutters, llesl d' nee 2 1 1 :1 Flora avenue. Miss I.ili It. Warner of IT. S. liar risen has be n appointed solicitor and collector in Kansas City, Kansas. PROF. R. B. THOMAS WILL GIVE REGULAR THURSDAY NIGHT DANCES AT THE ARLINGTON, 18th AND HARRISON ST. A PRIZE WILL BE GIVEN AWAY EVERY WEEK. REFRESHMENTS SERVED. ALL ARE CORDIALLY INVITED. MRS. CHAS. REECE HAS MOVED FROM 1115 TO 1121 INDEPENDENCE AVENUE. NEATLY FURNISHED ROOMS WITH OR WITHOUT BOARD. BELL 'PHONE 4982 MAIN. KANSAS CITY. MO. -. Iiocator Home Phone 6236 Main 4821 Main and Rentals Well T. C. 1'nthank has moved from the Stli ward to the 1ith ward. In! the Kt 1 1 ward be had political supre macy against the other leaders, being I the big Negro boss of the ward. He! has now moved to the loth where' tin re are several big Negro bosses. Among them Is the defiant Henry! Mondy who will strip 1'nthank of all his glory. Old Mondy Is a lighter ami there Is going to be a locking of horns, which shall make history for the Ni gro race In thatward. I'l. I'l l't. l'rofs. It. II. Thomas and Hender son are teaching all the now dances nt the Klite club every Thursday night, Arlington Hall, 1 st h and liar rlsoii. A prize will he given to the holders of lucky numbers every week. Next Thursday, August S, the new Spanish waltz wll be ntroduced by l'rof. II. H. Thumps. The New Kite schottisehe introduced by l'rof. Hen derson and wife Is making a hit. The firand Lodge of the Sons n Daughters of Jerusalem will be con vened here the latter part ot llis month at their hall at the corner ol Missouri and tlrand avenues. DYEING. Tlios desliing first class work that Sp'MkK for itself, visit Hie s U I it it oil II III Fir.-t Class work a specialty. .IOIIN TKK ! i, Frop.. . 1 Kast 1 Slli Street. HOWARD UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE Kl V. VVII.IiUK V. TMIKK1KI.D, IX 13. THE FORTIETH ANNUAL SESSION Will begin October i, 1907, and continue ei;ht months. FOUR YEARS' GRADED COURSE IN MEDICINE THREE YEARS' COURSE IN CENTAL SURGERY THREE YEARS' GRADED COURSE IN PHARMACY AN OPTIONAL F.VE-YEAR COURSE iN MEDICINE IS OFFERED Ful' corps of forty-five instructor?. Well equipped laboratories. The IlKW FKKI.PMKN'S Hospital just completed at a cost of $500, c jo ofTers uncscel'c'l clinical facilities. The Second Session of the POST-GR ADUATK SCHOOL and PONYCLINIC will begin May 18, 1908 and continue six weeks for Medical Course and four weeks for Dental Course. The School is connected with a Great University of Seven De partments; one thousand students and over one hundred professors' For lurther information or catalogue, write F. J. SHADD, M. D., Secretary. 901 T. Street, Washington MRS. S. Has New Place for Colored People At N. W. Cor. 18th St. and Woodland Ave. Neat Room3, Furnished or Unfurnished. Prices very Reasonable. Good Location, right on Car Line Bell Phonr, 1799 East. OPEN AT THE OLD STAND SEYMOUR'S CAFE 709 Wyandotte St. First Class Meals at all Hours Open until a o'clock a. m. Brll Phone 177 Main. The puor;e of II Railroad and Hotel men solicited. Good music all the time. We have modern furnished rooms furnished at 40a East 6th St. Bell Phone Main 738 Something New! W. T. Has Moved His PENNY ARCADE and Shooting Gallery 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. The New French Cafe IS OPEN FOR BUSINESS Down Stairs at 557 Grand Avenue Mrs. I.niir.i Akin tins ttii finest American nnd Kurepi .in illnliiK renin In the West. (Hie 1 1 1 : 1 1 1 illnlng renin nnd one private dining r""in. Kviry thlDK ef the hciikihi to be rvcil In f trst-dims style. Tin- lust a..kn will prepare the fancy Steaks, (.'hop. I'lsh nmt Fowls .f nil kuals. Ire t 'renin nnd Soft Drinks nil Ihu tune, timid Music wlille ynu eat. M. .ils nt all hnurH. upcn at Nlnht. The Best Accommodation, with Rooming Houses at 508 and 512 McGee St. BELL PHONE 2002 MAIN The Supreme tlrand Council of Hie A. S. A: i. of the World, will eon voiio iii this city at their headquarters X. II. corner Mo and Claud Ave. Ann. IM. I'.M'T. The (iraml Lodge will be ill session aboil, live ddS. Fer .ri u nt and past grand ollicer in good standing is lit' ml. nice. The 1.1.1ml olliei i s: 1 1 If : ! urge Moore, M I'.eckam. S. I' Itoliiiisoti, S IV S Apeelcd to be ill follow lug are the It. Craliam. S IV . Vice S F It : Mrs '. ; Col. T. It. I. ; Mrs Alice Austin, Tn asuri i ; t 'apt .1 M ; Frank Williams. S ipn me (iraml II. .lordoii, S IV Assist. --- -- This paper Is going to run a "guess who" column every week. KOUKKT NKYHUKN. M. I)., Oral). GRIFFIN opened a 1720-22-24 C. 18th St. MR. A. J. SEYMOUR Come One Come All GREEN KANSAS CITY. MO. hair pomade I Formerly known nn J "OZONIZED OX MARROW" Ho 8TUAI;ilTIMt KINKY or M IIAIIi (tint it tn i-'it up In nhV fcttir. (l.ttinil c-i)hbt i.l with it I' tikl'li. I' h ril ' n II I r V it in tt tl forrnrri? i HII'iHII m .''.'(. II' '. I A I 1 1 1 HIHl 14 J tli nnlv -.if" iinpui Ht n ktn.wii i" im ihht W tin. 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RISING SON IN AND OUT OF TOWN. LIBERAL .COMMISSION. .NEWS BOYS WANTED TO CARRY THE SON. CALL AT 914 E. 12TH AND WE WILL PUT YOU TO WORK. IN DUSTRIOUS YOUNG MEN. NO OTHERS NEED APPLY.