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THE RISING HON
WM. T. WASHINGTON,
td'tor nd Owner.
Off ce. 914 E. Tweitth St.
T'u-it: .1 Kvitv . k
RISING SON PU3. CO.
Poll Tlior.e TSO Grand
Hotnr- Thuii' TSO Main
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CnttrtM :it th r t t '.. at Knian,
City. rf hVr rij t .am .M.Kt-r.
Oorr;t:i!-ni :irtil in norv r.ty
n4 town r. th; Mat.-. t lit ua
A:l n m.f.'.tr i t t r. ! 1 fur r it'll
eat ion h"iiM r . ! o..r ? r.t itT
tli.m Tu-'i.i . of f;wh tik, ant! mr.M
iK':'J t'V K.f r.tr lot for r.ib.1
cation but ! Ku-irii'it"' of a nth "Ml jr.
.1 KKANKLIN t'HAIi .
For one inch, on iiirun t .5"
tor oiii. iiw-ti, fa' Ii Mil-atMi'it-nt In-
fur two Inchu, three month 5'"'
Kor two itntn. ik month
Kor two mt-his. nine month in on
Vvt two inchr. twvlit month.... 15 IX)
Oldest Negro Journal
In Kansas City
The paid circulation of THE
RISING SON is more than
double the combined circulation
of all the other Kansas City
Colored weekly newspapers.
EDITORIAL CHRISTMAS GREET
ING. This is tlio time of year for every
ono to he happy. Many, ninny hun
dred years ato. Christ, the Son of Hod.
and tlio biibo of tho Virgin Mary, was
born. Now. when Jesus was born in
I'.ellllollelll of .I'tdea ill tile i!aS III
lloroil. the kiim. behold there came
wise linn from the Hast, saying:
Where is II.- that is born kiim of
tho .lews ' Kor wo have seen hjs Mar
in the Kast, and ai'o roino to worship
him." Kver since then, thousands.
cs millions, have come to worship
him. This is the time for rojoiciim ;
.1. sus. our Savior Is born.
Peace on larth. good will toward
men. Lveryhody should take this sin-ei-iely
to heart and quit all this wrang
ling. Yes, stop nil flighting
throughout the entire world. Oh. is
it not a blessing to have some oil" to
carry all your troubles: in hide you
tiom all danger; to sli i. -Id oii from
jour enemies'.' Lit all prav that the
lav will eonie when we will all find
le.-t on the downy bosom of Chri.-t.
The i hild thai was born that .lay shall
slni Id us from all danger like the
gnat pjrami'ls of Kgypi. He shall
stand "Mil us tl-o:u:lioiit the end of
time. 'a Void .-cum ; I'eai be jou'
With us; with everv. no'
Tlio N'-UI'ltos ale getlillV
thused oxer the candidacy of Win
.1 Campbell. Let
t.uvaid that end.
Remember I tec l'T. 1!iT. is the elec
tion day for Sin-riff 'o-t out and go
to the polls and vo'o for Win. J.
Let us all pull off our coats and go
into this elertioii to win. Let us make
a clean tilit tor a good man.
Mr Campbell is a splendid charac
ter and in the Eighth Ward has
alwaxs stood for the nctrro.
We do not believe at this off year
tliat there should be a change in the
oll'n-e ot Sheriff.
ANOTHER NEW ODDFELLOW
m w lodge ut the Cram) Order of
id;'eliow, wa- in-titiit.-d here lat
Saturday ev.-ni:m at riddlollows 11. t!!
under the auspices of Gate flty I.oiIl:..
No. I''.?'.', with .".'I charter members.
Hr. .1 K. I libido i,; noh'o grand and
Samuel A Robinson is penmini-ut
MRS. NANNIE BIBBS. HAIR DRES
SER. WIGS MADE TO ORDER
FROM REAL HAIR. WIGS AND
BRAIDS OF ALL KINDS BOUGHT
AND SOLD. SAVE YOUR HAIR
THAT IS FALLING OUT; WE WILL
MRS. NANNIE BIBBS,
1607 LYDIA AVE.
BELL 'PHONE. 4688 GRAND.
Tho little leaves came fluttf rinn down.
They looked like sparrow Hying to
It is very sad to see tho leaves de
parting from the trees.
Leaving the mother that born them to
To make Khade In sunshine for inl
and you. ,
P.y L. A. Allen.
TAYLOR STUDIO COUPON.
Address 11th and Charlotte.
This is gooil for ono l:otograih for
v ho has )uul one year's subt-rrliition.
Mgr. Kising Son.
IMU .Al.lv - I nil liMililliln Ihium
dtio HoAoti nmni fiiniKliod, Miiiillior
t -ti rnuii iii'wly furtil.-lioil. Cm :i ml
;i'tl' III lml Ii Ihiiim-h. Sell or r -lit
7vi M.ii'i unit (ir.iiKl.
Tin' I'ltrlifork pit I' in tin1 nock
u!t'i M own m ;iiii. Snim'tlMii
u .limits nro ton iliinui't'oiis to wii-lil.
All llio Nom'noM who mo ntilo til
Mi'c tr.ilsl bo iiblo to kii mi' llocoili
I'or J.s. I'.m;.
Nii'ily f iirniKlu'd iimumh fr rout
l.t'tj or m'litN itiiin 2Z7 Vino.
Mr I. Ii (Hood or Sihui. CiU.'HKil.i
;ttn. .Moi(,i. Mpi iif Saturday unit Sun
il.iv nf last wc,!t In tho fitv, tlio uiH'st
nf Miss l' ('ins of Z'.'Al KUira Av.
Tlio stfiioraiilior tif I'rof. L. L.
ThoiiiiM!i Is nuikitiu pxxl. Th" I'rof.
lia tioon (loin; a cioat iloa f IhihI
!! s in his I'l'ofoshinn.il wo. ii
Mr. (leorfce K. Wablen and Mi.
Iiriimmond of l!h an. I T roost, clean
ts and dyer, have undergone n
change. They are remodeling their
place and It h strictly first class. Mrs.
!e Wablen Is presiding us secretary.
She Is "making good" looking after
her husband's business.
Kditor ltising Son: My family con
gratulates you on that very intelligent
pieee which appeared in your pa iter
on the young High school girls an. I
boys and the dancing academy. It
was timely and deserves notice.
Kansas City. Mo.. Dec. 0. 1!"7.
Mr. Kditor: Itear Sir Knclosed you
will tind a dollar for six months' sub
scription. This Is to Khow my appre
ciation of your paper. 1 heartily ap
preciate the article on the High school
pupils, and more so tho girls. I have
two girls myself. Send my paper to
114 Madison. SARAH IIAItltlS.
We are glad tho Negro business
places are doing so well.
The Rising Son Co.: Would you
please send me the Rising Son for one
year. Send your collector nrottnd for
the money. Please send Hie the ropy
with the article on the young High
school boys and girls, as I have hoard
a great deal of praise concerning the
article and I would like to rend it.
MRS. .IKSSIK SIMMS.
721 Holmes St.
PROF. C. E. STARR HAS DECIDED
TO BE WITH LIS AGAIN.
Prof. Starr, an old iicriuaintance of
Kansas City, has decided to locate
with us ag-'in. You know Starr?
I tou t you remember when he tnucht
at ljuiiiilaro in the manual training
department, and since then Mr. Starr
has taught his trade in some of the
most prominent schools in tho coun
try. Ho was tit Langston university
and summer high school, besides
leaching lor years at Western uni
versity. Mr. Starr is prepared to
Fi rvi- you now in ilie plumbing busi
ness. Look at his largo ad. in the
Rising Son. It will explain all. Pat
ronize Mr. Starr, as he Is romoting
THE ELD0RIA HOTEL AND CAFE
NEATLY FURNISHED AND UP-TO-DATE.
ROOMS FULLY EQUIPPED
FOR COLORED PEOPLE. MEALS
IF DESIRED AT THE MOST REA
SONABLE RATES. 1720-2224 EAST
18th ST. ON CAR LINE. CALL
AND BE CONVINCED.
MRS. S. GRIFFIN. PROP.
C. Co inn's1
lth and fAStO. KANSAS CITY. NO.
iHEADRUARTERS for all:!
5 Toys. Dry Goods, Shoes, Cloaks,
Our Goods Are Riht
Our Prices Are Right
1'onnllily by roasun of Rome myntprl
oils dofott In the national rhnracter
Aiiiorit-ann oom to hnvii lltllo apprccl
ation of tlio value of trws. The dos
trurtlon of forots tins kiib on npace
for many yearn, and fven now that tho
absolute? noc-i-Hflty of piotirtitiK the re
maltiliiK tract Is Kotiorally rvcuKiilzcd,
it la only with ureal difficulty that
legislation to this end in Hoctired. Al
though the eatahllnhnient of Arbor day
has boon regarded an an effective
means for cultha'lnn the appreciation
of trees, there Is mill nothing like the
sentiment there oiipht to be against
their wanton destruction.
Just Missed It.
An elderly woman who had, during
the fours of a somewhat eventful
life, burled four husbands, encounter
ed at the gates of the cemetery where
they reposed an old hut timid lover,
whom she bad not seen for years. She
took him Inside and showed him not
without a feeling of pride the well
kept tombstones of her former lords
and masters. "Ah, James." she re
marked, feelingly, "you might have
been lying; there today If you bad
only bad a little more courage."
The Bearded Lady (horrified) En
gaged to tae Ossified Man. My dear
ihlld, why in the world did you take
lurh a step?
The Circassian Girl He said It
euld break him all up If I refused
In and you know I couldn't bear to
lea the poor fellow go to pieces!
HOUSTON KELSO'S TAILOR SHOP
CLOTHES MADE TO ORDER
Clother Cleaned, Dyed and Pressed.
Repairing neatly done. All work
Work called for and delivered.
Special attention given to ladies'
Location, 910 E. 12th St..
IIOrSTO.N KKLSO. Prop.
Kansas City, Mo.
FOR RENT 1 100 Highland, neatly
furnished room. Steam heat and
bath. K. El). KRVINO.
Good Shoes and Stockings
Fine Silks and Dress Goods,
Nice Linen Rugs,
Blankets, Curtains, Etc
and Pictures. Special
We give "S. & H."
MITCHELL DRY GOODS COMPANY
"The Store of the Teople"
1009.1011 Main Street Kansas City. Mo.
I i I I M I
Men's Furnishings, Clothing, Milliner) J
Corner loth and Paseof
I S -rf i - J - rj -"W... my
A Wk "UV Take NS
y J L
formerly known as
"OZONIZED OX MARROW"
So fTRAIOBTKM KINRT or CCBLT
IIAIK h It ! b put a In ut itl
ired rnnalttetil with lu length.
ford's II IrPomada u formertr
known m "OZONIZKD OXMARHuW" and I
lh nnlv tat preparation knuwn In an that
niakea kinky or curl? hair straight, a
hown above. Ite ute make the moat atnb
born, harah. kinky or early hair soft,
pllablo an-l eea? to comb. Theae remit
may b obtained from one treatment! I to i
bottle are tmualtr anfflelent for a year. Th
ate of Kord' Hair Pomadf) remove and
prevents dandruff, relieve Itching. Invig
orate! the aralp, atop th hair from falling
out or breaking off, make It grow and, by
nouneblng the root, give li near life and
vlKi.r. Being elegantly portaaiart aad
harmtea. It la a toilet nei-eaaiiy tnr ladle,
gentlemen and clilldrea. rord' Hair o
mad haa been mad and aold eontlnnonaly
elnre about IX. and label, "OZONIZRU OX
HARROW." vii reglatered In the United
Htatee Patent OSea, In lint. Be anr lo get
rord'a lie uae make the hair STRAIGHT,
SOFT and PLIABLK- Beware of In Itetlona.
Remember that lord's Hair Pomade I
Snt ap only In SO ct. a lie. and la made only
a t.'hlrago and by oa. The genolD ha th
etgnature. Charlea Pord, Preat. oa each park
age. Refnae all other, rail dlrectioaa artth
verv bottle. Price only SO eta. Bold by
druggltt and dealera. If yoar draggle! or
dealer eao aot supply yoa, b can get It
for you from hi Jobber or vrholeaale dealer
5r aend ua SO eta. for on bottle poatpald. or
1 .40 for three bottlea or as.ftO for all bot
lloe.eipraea.pald. We par pottage and eipreee
ehargea to all polnta In u. S. A. When order
ing aend poatal or aiprea mooy order, and
mention name of tbla paper. Writ yoar
nam and ddra plainly to
The Ozonized Ox Mar row Co.
iVfl ginuini without my lignalunt
153 I. KQIZ1E ST, CHICAGO, OX.
Agents wanted everywhere.
aeayar av ay ay ay w W W9 w fvWvv' vay aiar
Mr. W. II. Seegcr. vice president of
the I'nlon National Hank, who has
been dangerously III, has been pro
nounced by his doctor to be out of
Mr. It. H. Middlebroon- made a logic
al talk at the Republican meeting In
behalf of Mr. William J. Campbell.
HAVE YOP A LARGE ABDOMEN?
If no wear the ('. Y. V. corset, which
has an apron that reduces and sup
ports the abdomen and gives a beauti
ful form. Made to order at 723 E.
11th st. Phone 1310 Grand.
Goods, Toys, Dolls
Values A Great Sale.
Green Trading Stamps.
Mr. Kelso is making good as col
lector of Kising Son, because the peo
ple are paying him.
of the Little Tablets
and the Pain
Home Phone 5317 Main
MRS. V. L. NORTH
ROOMS WITH HOT AND COLD BATHS.
LUNCHEONS AT ALL HOURS.
1017-19 OAK STREET.
WE CARRY A EULL LINE OF
Groceries and Fresh Meats
Vegetables in Season
Orders solicited and delivered.
J. MATSON, 19th and Grove
BELL PHONE GRAND 1417X
Diamonds, Watches and Fine Jewelry Sold
on Weekly and Monthly Installments
iaglo Jouolry (So
J. F. ALLISON, Mgr.
Phonesi Home Main 2815
Bell Grand 437
DAVID T. BFAI.S, PrealdenU
EDWIN W. ZEA. Cashier.
UNION NATIONAL BANK
Kansas City, Mo.
Condensed Statement, as Made to the Comptroller of the Currency, at
the Close of Business, December 3, 1907.
fiiin nnil dlNi'oiint $ T.?10,STj.9
1'. H. bumU, at
pur jejn, ooo.oo
o t h r high
rlasH Iximlft a t
pur 17.Bir,.r2 1.242.l.i.52
('null and due from bunk 4.2!.51 2.!8
Above Statement is correct.
Director: C. W. Whitehead. Edward
P. Merrill, O. H. Dean. Ueorxe W. Jones,
von. Felix U force, Oatld T. Beals,
Edwin W. Zea.
BELL PHONE 841 X EAST.
AMERICAN BEAUTY ROSE CAFE,
MEALS AT ALL HOURS, DAY OR NIlitlT.
Mrs. M. D. Pogue, Prop.
1510 E. 14th St., Kansas Gty, Mo.
Caterers' Cafe Theiyewjdea
A strictly up-to-date place to carry your company.
Prompt accommodation. First-class service.
Open all night. After-Theatre Lunches a spe
cialty. MANAGERS Wm. James, Al. Grimes.
1223 Baltimore Ave
SENSIBLE, USEFUL GIFTS for the HOLIDAYS
Attractively Packed in Handsome Single Pair Boxes
coelaiD mor nd bllr rubber th nf otbr oiftfea. faa rold-r ' Don-nuting
parU n4 Mrff cxrl tula thai unml r thn urh Tha pr l ark
anion pcrntta aaaa aud comfort do BiaUar what po tUon tba h. d j nay aaautua.
THEY OITWCAI THREf OIDINAKY HINDS. WHICH MEANS
THICB TIMES THE StIVlCB OP IM AL 60 CENT SOITS
Tho MOJT COMFOMTJ9BLK dr made for aaa. youlb or bay
in Light, llvftry ur fciira ilevf Wt-'fbU. lr I-nf 'hv Lma Catl
Tby make Inaxpaastva fjiit mvrjf bh. youth or boy will dlatlly racolvo
BEWES i POTTER. Dpl. , 87 tlocola S(rl. Boatoo, Maaa
Our nfiil Bru Lkta frraantB Co an Cm it dIH f-.r Vk tav. InHrortira
booklaft, Stil, ur Bm lu UfM Lorrrrtlf " ! if u mrnliuo Ui patlMn(.o
If you have
They Relieve Pain
Quickly, leaving no
Bell Phone 39 Main
KANSAS CITY. M0.
. 215 E. 12th Street
Kansas City, Mo.
FERVAKDOP. NEAfVIre rrvlil-i)t.
W. U. SKEUER. Second Vice PreMiimu
Capital stock I S0rt.ft00.no
SurpluR funiU soo.ooo.Ort
rndlvldPd profit K!i.tix7.4i!
I'lK-arned Intcrfut 118,634.00
NHtlonal bank notes out-
Total 13, 12.804. 43
E. W. ZEA, Cashier
GeorK. L. T. James, C. J. Schmelter, J.
Lee Clark, George V. Ford, W. D. John,
Fernando P. NeaU William U. Seegar.
Sold in Bulk