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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 16 January 1903

VOLUME VII. "NGROES AND NIGGERS." On Who Think Higher Negro So ciety Should Be More Careful. To The Star: The Star la to be highly commended for Its treatment of the suhject, "Negroes and Niggers." No greater service can be done the Negro than to arouse him and make him reform. 1 have studied Negroes carefully and feel that The Star was eminently right. Mr. Bowser falls short of The Star's meaning. Few of what Is called the better class Negroes concern them reives one way or the other about the welfare of their lower element. It Is not these that they defend. They ' feel themselves to be too high above tthcm. Hut it Is the morally deficient In their own class that they shield and protect. One of the most glaring Incongruities la the make-up or that higher class. Head the police records and then read an account In the Ris- In. (Sun nt ino ft the smnrl functions in Neprodom and see who It is that ; lead Negro society In this city. The Negro loafer may not be there, but the man who dev...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 16 January 1903

MIGHT BE GOOD IDEA. i DANGEROUS "A.I tl.ii! ;i t 1.1:1 hot!:." ,ivs in-p:teil f w ism in. i!! he ci i- li r his lie. fl 1" ol.c n.; :m; t!:.' I : -ks .,:,cli cvo'y ! ''.IV iM the ' I ilt'.ll! I i .I'M' n Illicit. O.-S ' ' im:-t iij'iH ,ir l!.,ii I. in; 1:1 liN- is :('':.! t ' i' i '; .r'i -1 I :.i: ,.n u m:ir- i l.i I N ! '!.'. I- II il' a'' in n'l a l ull'. ii s. a'. h i il .1 : I . 'i.i in !.i li - ' I' l " '! .1 ' - i"f M tti l!l tl.oll ; ' ' '. ".i . .- 1 1' i . I iii t ! i .r t;n !: : :-. 1:1 ' .'i- . l'i- for. If ! ! ;i - ' I" ! i'ii' tin ti wlu take : !' ' - TI i w. i ..in. in ask in- . I ' ' 1 IV Li illl-- In' sW ll;t; llis I I :.' in" vii' i i'i'ip:itilni'-!iii !' ' ' !!' II- '.', I;:- I.ll . r lit the i'-.' ' ti. . a" ! l':r.. . m a J. Hi iv t I i''; I : I. r . i . . . t Hi' ;;-! o. N'. . :. i : r,.i'.,. , ,. ;n i'i. i f,. (.f ! i ! .n : it :.. sn p'y ! .li !. i'ltfil.iu Anil, in! I it . It - il s" l.l'l i.f i!.i':i i'i . I. lit 111.' i-.iiVr i'i..'-. i.i t ..t i v ,il.,'i...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 16 January 1903

The Army's New Devices, Many Change Made in the Insignia Worn by the Various Corps How Rani and Service Can Be Told at s Glance. MR abolition of the regimental organiza tion for the artillery ot the United States Army and the substitution therefor of a corps com loscd of field ami coast artillery, followed hy a very comprehen sive order regarding Ihe uniforms ot the military force, have caused many changes In the In nltnla worn by officers and men. All officers wear the national coat ot arms on the front ot their caps, and. according to present orders, on the collars of their blouses, where It. takes the place of the time-honored "U. S." Enlisted men of the line of the engineer, cavalry, artillery and Infantry organizations wear the de vices of their arm on the fronts ot their caps. These Insignia are: A castle with three towers for the engineers, crossed sabres for the cavalry, trussed rifles for the Infantry and crossed cannon for the artillery. There being only one regiment, or r...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 16 January 1903

TUK IMSIMJ SON. LEWIS WOO?? Bu'iocM Manager. P.iUMied l.rr Week RISINOoON HUBLISHINCCO M'UH'liirrlON KATKS: Cms Tcor 1 mom tin f'lr u'iiii month n m . .. M 14 SuMcilt pitM In .tn,' f ntrrtd tit fie I'".-! Ojirt at Kawi (Vy, ilf .Nf.NM.iJ Mlttt r. I i.rrcioiiiloiits wanted in every oily ana town in tln state. Write us. All now matter intciuicd for Mib-lu-atien lnu'.tt re.ieh niir oilier not l.v ter t h.tn Ttu l;t , of each week And mtit tw Mtfiied liy the writer not for r u (. l.-a t .u, but a guarantee of Mutti "t icH v. )FFICEt No. II? West Slith St., Km wa City, Mo. Advertising Hntf I, for on l-'h. en Inivrtlun $ BO K.ir on Inch vnoh .alwu.al tnrtlon vr twe '.Mkro, thrv raomh lug P .riwo tarn, ii rnxotli IV fr.r two Inch... nttir. wonth. toft) For two tni'b twriv month is do OLDfcST NELiRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE Rl:ST. i The pa ill circulation of Thk Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 16 January 1903

THE RISING SON. Remember please H' the lltl!f bit w col loot her n there Tbul enables us to run from year to year." L O CAL S . Rev. MeNeal Is full of push and a race man for true. Jas. R. Gordon. S. O. K. of the S. & P. of J., is nmeh better. Mr. W. W. Waters Is pending the week In Wichita. Kansas. Ell Harris made a flying trip to St. lxnils In Interest of the Odd Fellows. Allen Chapel Is carrying on a re vival. It Is hoped that lots of good will follow. Mrs. Emma Clay of Hannibal. Mo., Is spending several weeks with her sister, Mrs. John Davis of 1609 Lydia avenue. Dr. T. C. I'nthank has been con fined to his home with a case of ton-silltis. The Misses Ida and Daisy Foster and Frof. J. S. Harris were among those who attended the Negro State Teach ers' Assoiiitlon at St. Ixuls. Mrs. Bet tie J. Jorden of 419 Cherry, after a three weeks' stay at Cleveland. Miss., has returned. She reports a nice time. We expect our local subscribers to pay up at once. Please meet the col lector p...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 16 January 1903

TWO GINGERS AND A SONG. famine rkpoited severe in sweden and finland ! fly F.ST t.UNE IIKNNKTT, 1Ti'i f-' i 11. ty lu;:y story lub. o TT e : rt t' .1 r I'm a ;i.iim :.! 1.11: c!.!e c.f M ni. ir. : 1 !.':' a ; ' I ''.:. r. :i ,i. a .lily rt u. . f r! t'.rs ;.!. 1 l f .- I'l l! Ill I..'.-: A ' :: 1 . r j.r;" vi.i: t:i,: n i; :tli tt men r "!' - il'tic ii- arer .'. Ti.l'i ih:!i tli- open i I ";' I'll a tin' 1.10 oiler L'' '.n up .- U s!i A s'M". Liiy Ul.c.1 I'. I'.rl.i .f fie env in !. r tl ." t.vks i n .-ui: i;:rl. vitli her , i r ! 1, 'n't li.T fancy vk ti : . i . r i ; ti r. ii'l. and i j .1 1 i!ri w.fi ft!. 'tii'. t!if i;o?.(l of l(.vi nn.! rlsht 1iv!ng. i in It ..pi lei tip thi- sale of heaven and ! "1. j iniiil.. lmiuty nint purl'y and even iimp ( r. nun. i.iii.m v.orth while. ,. died the i tc make mi.i.l," and thr listeners a; i . Ml i s . f t i. i ! .ir .i l'..;-i:.ir t ... n'ti" i tv. l.is I .M ta't.t. i. i. a'. 1 : t i : : a :. ! Ii.- P." f 111. S 'ft lltll Illll.'S i -1 ' i ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 16 January 1903

n a Don't Dio of Consumption. 4 Vetttlv Cart Tonal b7 a CeltBratsa atiehtna Phytitiaa H Bear's a lint trial rekar Ftm by Mail to All Was Write. At Ut a care has hrcn found. Incrtsrtittblr M it am seem, after the centuries of tsilme. a W SB. S. P. TOHXItUUK, The Bimnnt ! Tsssrealesy,.- F.nsr.4 fey Slste Offl-ttl. us Orwt.it M.s ef tk. Wsris M the Only Cart far Caaiumptlaa. positive anil rertsin cure for the dr.vllr con sumption has at lM brrn itiscovrrr.l. It re mained for a treat phvstcinn vt Mirliicmi In timl the rnly known cine for ccnsiitiiptiitn, ere-i almost a life's woik spent In eiitetinmntitti and tsuilr. Consumptives who have returned from the West come home to d becaur tvev ihouslt nothini could he dour for them have (tied thi new discover? and aie now wrll and sunns'. If you are afiltt-tcd, d.i not fail to sriitl at one to lr. lerk V. Yniikt-rmsn, t Sluiliesrrsi lUill , KaUmsroo, Mirh.. for a ftee tiiul em-Vstr of this remedv. ptoofs and testimonials fioiv. hundreds of cu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 16 January 1903

"Reliable Dentistry Jo No Delay Satisfaction Girara.rtecd 'MI'I lllNti NT.W: W,. J,,.,.;, ,, t,.,-t l In li.t cliis, ..n.Iit :ti f..r Mlc I r iii,uit!i I. r ,,n.- t ,.;ir. No clu-iip m.-.tri 1.1U n i.l y.iu !! tin l..-l..tit . four m.Ml.rii svM.mii .f .IrnUMr. Hhv t akr .li.in.,., . n ,.t lit i . Ur ;,iv tin- tn..-t icliitl.lc I'cut vts in tin- ci'.v. V.. h.'ivr il. Ur,,,.,i an. I o'..'.M n ;..!. in .'ty Hur Mi.-. o i .hi,' to 1 1. uiif,,.,n y li !' 1:1.1. 1. w.nk .Ion.- !v viMiilciu.iiilv I'l.riii.i.r-, of m ',, ,. i(i .; no y..iit!ix V u it. inter io ic;im'. Our Reliability is Unquestioned. 1 hi ti; in in 1. i.'U.mI l.y a w.:,!!tiy , oi ..,i:il i,,ti. iiti.I i tlirt-'.rt 111. I tidily i.'MiommI.;,.. A. I xv.ir.; U imi:' inVc.l for Id year-. Full Set of Teeth $2.00 S.-t S S Wli.l.- Tim l!i .co 'Wkf iin.u.- w.ii-.,. p. r t-...tn ..52.f5k 't'V f && Arr rial :r.u:n Fillitius f,0c riiMtiitii; ,50c ICS) Tiflli i r.i, :. ,t ;,i.l,t Mi , KIM.I-: w do a e advrrlie We are here to st...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 6 February 1903

t V . i VOLUME VII. THE LINCOLN BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION, To be held at Strope's Hall, Ninth and Central streets, February 12. 1903, promises to be a grand affair, given under the auspices of the Col ored Press of Kansas City, Mo. The friends of the Rising Son and the Liberator will spare no pains to make this an affair long to be remembered. PROGRAM. Invocation, Dr. O. W. J. Scott Patriotic Song, by a chorus of Lincoln School Students, In costume, con ducted by Miss Cora Yancy. "Lincoln, the President," Profesgor A. O. Coffin. ,Muslc By Chorus. "Lincoln, the Statesman," Major William Warner. Music "Lincoln and the Union," Col. G. T. Wassom. Music i Lincoln's Proclamation, Miss Anna ML Jones. . Master of Ceremonies, Prof. W. W. Yates. Committee of arrangements: Professor J. W. Baldwin. George W. Teeters. Robert Henshaw. P. A. Turner. Duncan Oath, Secretary, Lewis Woods, Chairman. Reception Committee: Dr. T. C. Unthank. Prof. Plnckney. James Runnels. General admission, 25 cents. THE HALE...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 6 February 1903

i LOVE AND By W. II. (Oopyrlf fct, IMS, by Ills cnstnet! Paul surveyed It proudly a It hung tn the falling light. Fully flfilit feet long, close-meshed and leaded. Woven of the strongest sea Island with a bag that would hold n hundred nuilli't. How many hours ft r'irnt toll It represented, only fain Joffrlon knew. Hours made up of minutes snatched from a fisher man's over-crowded life. Stitch by stitch whlie the cither boys rested at dinner or smoked cigarettes In the soft afterglow or snored before tin) Knzlrg plncknot fire. So had the castnet piown. Sometimes the broad .iKitilil) ra brut to their tank and iiehed from the strain of tho day's labor; very often the tired Angers had cramped with weariness, but the tail's stubborn will had never faltered. The day he hail brought home his store of twine, the sea Island account ed the best of its kind, and whittled out the soft pine needle. All, that bad been u proud day. With that day had begun the thoughts that kepi Mm awake and workin...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 6 February 1903

TT i - i A PHTSICIAK'S CRHIB A. 1J W lii IN S HELD INTERESTS OF SCIENCE JUSTIFIED MURDER. Fearful Length to Which Mania for ij a WaU,.. i, i imIiM ' "sraii-irt.ai ihwjl1 Knowledge Led Prominent Portu guese Doctor Form of Insanity Not Unknown to the Medical World. D ; Ik.. n Ermlrs Stole. The ermine stole shown In the ketch Is one of the most popular of IU kind. The muff with It Is to match and la shown to perfection by the lack rehret suit with which the fur is worn. Blouse Jackets of squirrel are ex quisite. Some of them have heavy cream Duchesne lace on the revers turned back, and Just show glimpses of a deep cream satin lining In the Jacket Dark-haired women can wear these furs to perfection. Fluffy lamb's wool is much ir vogue and many pretty pieces of it are to be seen in a tour through the shons. By the yard much of it is sold for trimming evening dresses of cash' mere or heavy silk of light colors. Babies' outfits of this are particularly appropriate to the little tots all sm...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 6 February 1903

THE RISING SON. Lewis woods Business Huigw. Published livery Week RISING 3QN PUBLISHINGCO fsTSUltSCIUITION HATES: On Tear OH oioaths 7$ fire month IS On month U Strictly paid In advance ntertd at the Pont Ojlict at Kant at Citf, at Stctt,d Ctntu Mnttrr. HAHHY It. CUAHAM. Editor. KltKIl A. TTKNKU, Associate Eifl lor. Correspondents wanted In ever city tod town in tlii mate. Write us. AH news matter intended for pub lication should reach our oftice not la tr than Tuesday, of each week and nuii be signed by the writer not for publication, but as guarantee of auth anticity. PFICEt-No. 117 West Sixth St., Kansas City, Mo. Advertialnu Rhui, for on lr.h. on lnf rtlun M For on Inch, earn attequ.ot Insertion. .JU Pot two lack, three month I.UQ Furtwo lcli, month loo For two lorn... nln month 10 00 For two Inch twelve month is 00 - 9 OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE REST. The paid circulation of The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the othe...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 6 February 1903

Jt . xox. DOIT. Win, Fairfax, Society Reporetr. A. W. Walker, Agent Lexington, Mo. Remember please It's um little blu w collect here an Mi i Tliat enable u to run from year to year." L O O AL S . We are after the news. Robt. M. Turner has accepted a po sition at the Baltimore hotel. W. H. Brousfield, the tonsorlal art ist, was a welcome visitors thta week. Where, oh where is Jim O. Olbbs these days? Jamie, "the lawyer?" Read the Son, advertise In the Son, subscribe for the Rising Son and then pay for the Rising Son. Capt Thurman of the Supply Co. No. 1 has been sick for the past three weeks. To reach a great number of the people all the time It will pay you to put an add In the Rising Son. Are you a subscriber to the Rising Son? If not, why not? $150 per year in advance. Prof. J. B. Robinson, the popular musician, baa been very sick. He is able to be out a while this week. To you who are in high places and are not right, the searchlight reporter of the Rising Son la on your trail. M...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 6 February 1903

4 K WHERE LINCOLN UltD. Abov Jn.lea'ii purple ninntlf 1 (.In In. Thcr' liiiun mil. utumg 'lie ruins I. in. Tl . -ir it of the Christ whoso dying nio;tTl Wit l.;u.l l'i hcavrn, and nlil our di-bt Hi I'Uin. Vit:iln t!w luiiive this rnim-a martyr fll.'.l. A pt.-h"t of n Irircer liberty, A 1 ! 1 r; i f r s.'-Mrir I.HM.lrr.i-n iron, A fuil-orl'i il MN, n i vv in"ti motnl lrlio. The el-iinl rifts nprn'nR tn riftlnl Klulr Of: n'rn.v- liim, uinl Ills eiihlt liriKi-r Mil', A fn -m' sivoi t Influence broods upon t"e Mil Wli'To th r 'I ",'v nir'i the niinsrt fmUs, - li'-iu-rt M il k.iy. In Suei-eMn. ANN LHJT1AM Lincoln lCUhti n yrnrs are but a short spun for the lilo of any moital. but fur that of a fwi W muMon, It Is a mourn ful rorulli'i lion, tliu moinory of a fra giart hrcnih. Mary live out their allotted, three socr oml ten without aecinnplisliltig aught but trlflos. IxiokitiK back along the lino of their long career, they see nothing but a weak ba.e, a few faint ppolu, and then they pass...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 6 February 1903

trim sMsV-' ' ,1 ft Hrf 1 I . B REVOLV TO SUCCEED CHAS. M. 8C Charles C. 8chnelder Mentioned neaa or areat steel corporation; Charles C. 8chneidcr, vice presld of the American Brldce comnanv. viewed as the man most llkelv tn sue ceed Charles M. Schwab as president of the United States Steel corpora tion, It being now privately admitted by officials of the steel corporation that Jar. Schwab U too 111 to hope to again take up the work of president Mr. Schneider Is In charge of the en glneerlng department of the bridge company. He was born In Germany In 1843 and after graduating from a school of technology came to the United S'atea In 1868. He secured em ployment as a draftsman In the Rogers locomotive works at Paterson, N. J., and later became assistant engineer for the Michigan Bridge company. After serving the Erie railroad for several years as head of Its engineer ing department Mr. Schneider again became connected with the bridge and Things Em PEOPLE and EVENTS IDES WITH THE EMPRO...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 6 February 1903

U4 K . )l "Reliable Dentistry Jo No Delay Satisfaction Guaranteed SoMKTHINiS NF.W: -Wc k.-.-p your teeth In Unit riant pon.lltlon for SOc r inoiiili for mie yen r. No tlii-np tniiteriaU nncl you ifet the li. n.-tit i.f imr iiimli-rn s.vMi-m of tli-iititry. Why tnki- oliiwiri's on other. mi- lire iiio iiiom ii'iinnii deinist in the rlty. We hnvp the UriTnt hi. I nil lest prai'tiie in tin- rlty. Our miivos Is due to the uniformly lutf-h irnule work done hy iri nl leinliiil V tit-riiturs of in'nMl.. ,..... ymiiiiN. i e jfUii raniee 10 ili'ise. Our Reliability is Unquestioned. This (inn i haekeil hy it weiilthv eorporntion. nnrl Ik therefore t!iroiijhIy rrHiusihli. Ail work li jruiirantred for 10 years. Full Set of Teeth $2.00 gjrTan Set S. S. White Teeth.... 4.00 cCJ J tfTSoJlfWH (ioid Crowns, 22 k $2.65 I Ilrlduo Work, per tooth . .$2.65 IMat ittiim Fl!lin 50c fM.itili... CA. e We do a. urn iituoll.. .t-ti. . xtr; i.-i wi.h.M.t imii. I'kkk. We are here to stay. New York Dental Co., 10...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 13 February 1903

B r V iirm:. JfTl ATTN V..-."-,v.a-' " .. . -.0Uif2-t ft f xTSfiri VOLUME VIII. KANSAS CITY, KAS., LOCALS, ETC. At the Forum Sunday afternoon, "Higher Education Where and How to Get It," was the subject for discus elon. Since the question of separate .high schools has been in aggltatlon, many have become very Interested and are studying the best steps to be taken. There was a large crowd present and not a few speakers expressed their views. Prof. A. J. Neeley, chairman of the education committee, made the opening remarks. He advocated the present system of education In our city and recommended as a change, an Improvement In the conduct of the boys and girls who take advantage of this opportunity. lludge I. F. Hradley gave most ex cellent and timely advice which brought to the minds of the listeners some facts we cannot afford to over look nor neglect. Miss Ethel Stafford spoke strongly on the necessity of us staying with the whites and proving ourselves by be ing measured by the sam...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 13 February 1903

32E FOR GOOD HIGHWAYS FROCKS HE)IFTRDn.LS IFntfS.TfHlE IMPORTANT BILL RECENTLY IN TRODUCED IN CONGRESS. Two ptyljslily cow nod women board ed nn Amsterdam avt-i-.ut car nt Fifty-second street lliut very cold morn ing if last week, tit! KttiK animatedly and disdainfully about a certain club president whose net til action in the matter of regulations lind greatly of fended them. They made no effort to disguise their rancor, and Snke loudly enough to be lii-ard through ont tho rnr. "It In only the rich who are thor oughly hearties." said tin- younger of the speaker. "I never Knew It to fall In thi- eoni-M' of my rather cxten five experience tliat tin1 more money people own the less In-art they have. I'rosperlty seems to turn their hearts ti stone " Breset-.tly the car Mopped to admit a woman carrying nn Infant cure fully but Insufficiently uiappcd In u plald shawl, S'n- wns very pit ! and thin and poorly but neatly clothed, and her hands, which w ere uncovered, were blue with the cold....

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 13 February 1903

How an abscess in the Fallo pian Tubes of Mrs. Hollinger was removed without a surgical operation. "1 had an abscess in my side in the fallopian tube (the fallopian tube is a connection of the ovaries). I suffered untold misery and was bo weak I could scarcely get around. The sharp burning pains low clown in my side were terrible. My physi cian said there was no help for me unless I would go to the hospital and be operated on. I thought before that I would try Lydia 1-1 Plnkham's Vegetable Compound which, fortunately, I did, and it has made me a stout, healthy woman. My advice to all women who suffer with any kind of female trouble is to commence taking Lydia 12. PInkliam's Vegetable Compound at once." Mrs. IrtA S. Hollinoek, StilvidcO, Ohio.- tSOOO forftlt If original of mbovo lottor proving gonulnontat cannot bo producof It would seem by this state ment that women would nave time and much sickness if they would tret Lydla K. IMnklium's Vegetable Compound at once, and also write to...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 13 February 1903

THE K1S1X0 SON. LEWIS WOODS Business Manager. PubliliiMl Every Week RISING SON PUBLISHINGCO WM-HSCUMTION KATES: On Tear i.i moyih rir uiciitht One tin nth , .' tf .16 fLrlctir pol'l lni1ini- EnUrtd at I'.c ''.' Oji-t at KniM. Ctfy, (j Sn-iiud Cel." M'l'trr. UAKKY K (iRAHAM. Editor. KKEM A. Tl'RNEK. As.n inte Kid- Correspondents wanted In every city tod town in tlii state. Write us. All new matter intended fur pub licattun should reach our oflice not la ter than Tutodiiy, of each week and must be signed by the writer not tor publication, but a guarantee of auth Titirlt v. . OFFICEl-No. 117 West Slith St., Kansas City. Mo. 1L im ! . u - AuvrrlKing Htt, f of on lh. one lnrrtlen I fur on Inch t m-h nalmrgueot Insertion J r'or two !arkff, ihrep tumuli J K.ir lo loriir., m inontli Knf urn lin-hc. nlnn month . low Kor two Indie twrlvr wont ha 15 00 OLDEST NhCiHO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL w THE RUST. Jfc The paid circulation of Tin: Rising Son is more than double the combined ci...

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