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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 7 June 1906

AILING WOMZN. Keep tho. Kidneys Well and the Kid ntyt Will Keep You Well. Sick, suffering, languid women nr 'earning the true can so of bad barki and how to cure thim. Mrs. W. O. Davis, of Groebeck, Texas, says: "Rick arhca hurt me so I could hardly stand. Spells of dizziness and slclc headache wrre frequent and the action of the kidneys wu Irreg. nlar. Soon a ft or I began taking Poan's Kidney Pills f passed several gravel stones. I got well and the trouble has not returned. My hark Is good end strong and my general health better" Sold bv all deaters SO eenM i box, Foster-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo. N. Y. PERHAPS IT CURED HIM. Maybe the Wife Had Been Out, May. be Not, the Effect Was the Puma. Capt. Mark Canto was being congrat ulated on his Rift of $l,rdil from the Carnegie here fund tor bravery in the wreck of the Cherokee, relates the New York Tribune. "The gift was unexpected," said Capt. Casto with a modest smile. "It was as unexpected, though by no means as unpleasant, as th retort ...

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. — 7 June 1906

Queen Victoria's Cat. Q'tP'ti Victoria a errat lnrfr of Mix. and wlun Ihfroiirt itiovod It was cco!iiwr.li1 ty :i nmil.ir caravan of rain. lVfsl.in. Viiiix, Aimora, Mill rsc mill tiiMiy liit. ni! tr.ivcli'il lo st.itc to Hut ti:o"ii. OMliiirtu'. Wltiilsnr or Hui'Kintliiim p;i!.ir. ;u thi r;iMfl trlclit In'. Cr.i' Vri.in rut, of which the ijin i n v n :i: tii -1(1,1 r I - fund, worn around her tu cU : oMar. on which ni'pt n:v. in m!vt Ii'ttris the ii. scrip turn. " I N 'miif to the ii'in n " Black Snake a Tighter. A writer ha ileM-rihci the common bl.ieU make n t!i" tunt pntnaHou of a'l the reptile fitnliy. "He U nl waN ready for a tl-dit," lie ald. 'atnl the man who ilo. -n "t tin lerstand 111 Ptyle of flL'htltii: will i'o well to npohv pf.'f liefote tilt first hlo.v I struck. " A larue iint:i!ii r of the sna'.ca in 'ho Vnrcoter fariii Florida rattler ranch' hy Mr. !r.i:.i ll wi'.hin the last three years. T.ib'e Minneri. Many thitu- a ii-it ta'iuht at school n' the pre-i'ir cay I .n...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 14 June 1906

If Pays to Advertise In the Rising Gon VOLUME X. GEORGE Deputy Grand Matter Grand George E. Temple, national deputy grand master of the Grand United Order of Odd Fellows In America, and also grand secretary of Missouri, accompanied by R. D. Brown (both of St. Louis) spent Sunday in the city, the guests of Edw. S. Lewis, district grand master. They were delightfully entertained at dinner Sunday by MY. and Mrs. 1L R. Ed THE NEGRO'S DESTINY. President Roosevelt's address to the students of Hampton Instlttute on Memorial day is pregnant with wise counsel and good cheer for the negro race In this country. His words apply to the race everywhere throughout the country, and If his advice is accepted in the proper spirit the advancement of the negro toward the goals of respectability and dignity will be notably hastened. Mr. Roosevelt went to the bottom of the so-called race problem when he suld that the only real way to help the colored man is to let him help himself. As a matter of fact th...

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. — 14 June 1906

-9 Bubble and Squeak By B. L. TAYLOR With some fitrirti frrm the unpub- line J rk r( thi Waiter 6 b-acxburn Harte. (Cvp iltfUt, I. Iiy Jopii ft. Uuwlent 5 The valuer one Is the happier ' one Is. Women can be hupp) tin very Utile reality until the; lose ?, their lutiks. His wife, tn keep him In good temper, stood nver him and . quoted some (if his own writing . tn him while he made the tire. a Me began ty cursing ami t tilled V "i by whistling. . A witty had woman one ran half admire; a witty good wo- man one eat) always love. i The pmotintial nature of wo man, if only trained and lightly ilirerted, might raise the world 1 to man s vision of its future. High art lias eome to be high kic king, and the higher the kirk the higher the art: The fact eseapes many readers of Insufficient Insight that un derneath all the Imagery of ori ental writings there is a severe simplicity of style. They go di rectly to the matter. They Rive us a beautiful symbol lot an emotion. We endeavor to so de sc...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 14 June 1906

OF i TO HOSTESS SUGGESTIONS FOR NOVEL AND PLEASING ENTERTAINMENTS. Appropriate Quotations for a Fare well Dinner At a Bride Shower A Character Party Por trait Contest. Quotations for a Farewell Dinner. Here are aunie appropriate quota tions for use at a dinner given in honor of a guest who Is about to depart upon a long Journey: "Though lost to sight, to memory t dear." "Absence breaks slender ties, but nv ets strong ones." "I count myself in nothing else so happy, As in a soul remembering my good friends." "Where e'er I roam, whatever realms to see, My heart, untraveled, fondly turns to thee." "Farewell; a word that must be. aud hath been; A sound that makes us linger; yet farewell." "Though the deep between us rolls, Friendship shall unite our souls; Still in fancy's rich domain Often we shall meet again." "What shall I do with all the days and hours That must be counted ere I see thy face?" The place cards may be painted with a bunch of for-get-me-nots, or tie a fpray of artifici...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 14 June 1906

1'HK KISIM. -un UnmVOODS Businwsj aaff. Published Every Wick RISING SON PUBLISHINCCO -HUBSCKIITION RATES: fs TJ Ii mn . rirM nonuia H bos lb U orletly paid In advance farter at the Pott Oflr a K hum OUj, a Steoid CUi MUr. Correspondent wanted In every city Ui town id this state. Write as. All news matter Intended for pub lication should reach our office not la ser than Tutsday, of each week and Bust be signed by the writer not for publication, but as guarantee of auth enticity, FFIOIr-No. 117 West Slatf. St., Kanaaa City, Mo. Advsrtisliitf Rwtoe, Eotoalab, on Iniertlna t M or one Inch, nrh uliMqiicnl Insertion or two laches, ihrve monib I .US Fur two tnche, sli month I DO For two Inch, nln months low) TaftwolnebM twelv month! It 00 OLDEST NECiRO 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 other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. The headquarters of the No. 11 Kiie Co. on Independe...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 14 June 1906

i THE RISING SON. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. Remember please ll'a the little blu we collect here and there that enable ua to run from year to year." LOCALS. The Rising Son which haa been In existence ten years In June, 1906, Is going to prepare an extra anniversary number which will go before the pub lic the latter part of June. Nice large unfurnished rooms for rent at 117 West Cth street. George K. Love has been appointed In the City Treasurer's office. You can secure a supply of Ozona by calling on The Rising Son. Win. McKnlght of the Baltimore took a flying trip to Chicago thlB week. The election of officers of John Turner lodge, No. lnfi, was held last Wednesday. Chas. Manroe was re elected master, George Dlggs secre tary and Chas. Over senior warden. J. F. Cole Junior warden. Messrs. Moore and Harris, the en terprising firm of Undertakers and Embalmera, contemplate some Im provements on their establishment at 18th and Michigan. These men have proven themselves the acme...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 14 June 1906

A FIREMAN'S COURTSHIP By E S. CHAMBERLAYNE Michael Harttgan, chief of the Sixth K'itt;ilin of the fire department, la -s man to kiinvf. "Young m:i n ." said he to mo one day. "Iv all lh' curyus things In th'.' worrld. t liere'w nothln' so iliim ctiryuj r a wiiiuun 1 thought so thin an' I think so now. an' t know a heap more about em now than I vs 1 did thin "It come about like tl: Is. Nolan tin tno wu Imth down to th owtd Kclsey Mhroi't chlinical - thoiuii 'twu not owld in t h i in day. C.iptln Oostell.) had It thin, an' a dishigreeable man In- wu to lit1 under An' f begin wl 1. Nolan an''tii(' didn't hitch. TIut' win really no'hitr lnitweeii un at fnrst. but i'ti!.v jist fwhat ye might rail a standli1' different i' Iv opltiyun. Hut where tnen're shut up togither day nn' night In a little lrlrk coop wl.l w.irrk enough for halt ther' time, u littie l ifTt-rm iv opinyuii trows. TIut' Isn't no Ither wav to do. mother a great sthory nboiit ruttln' off whorls. Did t tell ye Nolan had bee...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 14 June 1906

FIRST KANSAS CAPlTO L HISTORIC BUILDING NEAR FORT RILEY FALLING INTO RUINS. Was Meeting Place of Gov. Reedtr't Territorial Legislature Town of Pawnee Turned Into Mili tary Reservation. Kansas City. Two miles east of l ort Riley, on the north bank of the Kansas river. Is an old stone building whose crumbling walls echoed to the first meeting of the Kansas territorial legislature. The Union Pacific rail way passes within a few feet of the old structure and the "overland lim ited" glides by at the rate of 60 miles an hour. The residents of the com munity tell with great pride that the building was the "first capltol of Kansas." In 1854 Kansas was organized as a territory, and in June of the same year Gov. Reeder arrived to assume the duties of his office. Fort Riley had been established ' In 1852 and Reeder conceived the Idea that the territorial capltol should be located in the vi cinity of thte federal post. Whether he thought such a location would be benefited by Us proximity to the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 14 June 1906

Queen Victoria's Cats. Quern Victoria was n crcnt lover of rats, niiil when tin- omrt tnnviM It was acoonipar it'll by a tvoilar caravan of cat. IVrslan. M.m. Ancorn, Mal cso mill labby nit, nil tr.ivcltMl la Mali' to ItiirumMl. Osborne. WIliiNor or lliicl.intli.mi jialai'f, as the case ti.irlit In' M:i- PiT.--i.iii of which thv ii'ii i ti a; i it iil. il ly f ti 1 1 . woro iini'itu! lit r iifi'U a collar, on wlilcli r (i!'art'. in r ! 1 1 :s u iti.i.Tip. tun, ' I 1'cloiii; lo tlic i'i--t-t: " Better Education for Girts. Tho grcatcdt problem of education ntiRolvccl today relates to alrla. Here tofore their education hns been a mere ropy of that Ions aso gtnlillnlied for hoys. Pome day a penlim will come nloriR niiil conceive thoughts which shall form the IuimIh of an education which shall help ulrU to all their bent possibilities without dlsslpitlnit their strength on lines of effort established for natures In some respects entirely dtffori lit. -Collier's Weekly. Black Snake a Figh...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 28 June 1906

I Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME X. 1 1" MISS EMMA SMITH SOPRANO. lias been with the Blind Boone company four years. Hvr musical art la 'win ning much praise for her, much to the appreclatfoft nf "the people of this city of which she Is a product. All her friends are glad of her safe return. THE NEGRO'S DESTINY. President Roosevelt's address to the students of Hampton Insttttute on Memorial day Is pregnant with wise counsel and good cheer for the negro race In this country. His words apply to the race everywhere throughout the country, and if his advice Is accepted in the proper spirit the advancement of the negro toward the goals of respectability and dignity will he notably hastened. Mr. Roosevelt went to the bottom of the so-called race problem when lie said that the only real way to help the colored man is to let him help himself. As a matter of fact there Is no race problem, so far as material advancement Is concerned, in regard to tho negro race, any more than ther...

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. — 28 June 1906

POWER. OF rxrERiMrxT static;; for thl STUDY OF EVOLUTION. fcranrh cf the Cnrnfgle Institution at Washington Which Is Carrying On n Most Nsvel Work on Long Island. IV w know of the "Station for Ex-rrrimi-tital Evolution nt Cold Spring Jl.in.or. Lone Island." or understand t!u novel character of tin- work being carrlt-d on there. This "laboratory." as It I generally railed, is n hratirh f the Carnegie IiKtltut Inn nt Wash ington, and was established about a year and a half ano for the purpose ff studying heredity In plants and animals. And as an onterowth of the work thus far accomplished, there has Just hi en appointed by Assistant Sec ritary of Agriculture Mays a commit tie on e lift 11 lis. whose purpose will li:V UK TIIIJ .MAIN IU1I.MN". te to make a study of the heredity In man with a view to rac ial improve ment. This eommittie will use for Its t'ata some of the lesearchis that are lihig made Into the heredity of plants and animals. The laboratory buildings are erected cn a smal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 28 June 1906

PECK'S BAD BOY WITH THE CIRCUS By BON. GEORGE W. PECK Author e( "Peek's Bad Bof Abroad," Etc IU. Wright l J. B. Dowim.1 Pa arid the Bad Boy Visit a Buffalo Ranch Pa Pays for the Privilege of Killing a Buffalo, But Doesn't Accomplish His Purpose He Hires a Herd for the Show Next Year. This Is the Inst week pa and I will be in the far west looking for freaks for the wild west department of our show for next ear. Next week, If pa lives, we shall be back under the tent, to see the show close up the sea son, and thake hands all around with our old friends, the freaks, the per formers, the managers and all of 'em. It will be a glad day for us, for we have had an awful time out west. If pa would only lake advice, and travel like a plain, ordinary citizen, who Is willing to learn things, It would be different, but ha wants to show people that he knows It all, and he wants to pose as the on? to give information, Pa Wat Alive and so when he Is taught anything new it Jars him. Any man with hor...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 28 June 1906

THE RISING SON. UTHJ WOODS, Business MaAAfer. Psbllshed Every Week RISING SON PUBLISHINCCO CUSCHllTlON RATES: fm Tu si meaus. M it fM" month. m a Boat U tnlcUr P'J In advn ami at ite Tout Office af fenec CM7, u Stcoirf (.'1ia Jaeger. Onrreapondente wanted In eery city en town id this suit'. Write us. All news mutter Intended fur pub lication should reach our office nut la ser than Tu sdaj, of each week and Bust be signed by tbe writer nut for publication, but as guarantee of auth enticity, WIOIl-No. 117 WmI SHU. St., Kinm City, Mo. Ad vertlaliitf Rntt, for lnh, on Insertion I M nr on Inch, ri.'h iuIiquol insertion 10 nr two isckr, ihrve moaih I.uo F.ittwo laclin, Hi month I 00 far two Inrlias, olm months Woo ftwalaohiM twelve nionlhi liao CLDEST 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 other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. 1 Jiidee lit utiiliiiek rt marked the oth er l...

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. — 28 June 1906

: .'I THE RISING SON. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. Remember plea It'i the little blu we collect here and there tat FDitttlrt u to run from year to year." LOCALS. The Rising Son which hat been In existence ten yeara In June, 1906, la going to prepare an extra anniversary number which will go before the pub lie the latter part of June. Chns E. Brower is now acting as solicitor for the Son. Nice large unfurnished rooms for rent at 117 West Cth street. You can secure a supply of Ozona by calling on The Rising Son. Mr. JT. H. Bass who has ben 111 for several months is reported to be steadily improving. "What a man soweth, so shall he reap." This adage fits the case of Mr. I. M. Horton. If you have any news the Son will appreciate it If you will send It In here Tuesday of each week. Miss Stella May who was formerly connected with the Blind Boone Co., is in the city visiting Mrs. Burt Hill. Many of the old Kentucklans took advantage of the recent excursion rates to visit their forme...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 28 June 1906

WAR-TIME PHOTOCRAPHER. Mattlirw B. B-ady nnd His C.tmera in the Days of t!ie Civil War. Pen pictures of tin1 sretioe. of the rlil war have ln'on jnmlf In rotintl"ss nutiiliers. I've wltticssis have laid hart' their v i 1 1 rcrollei t inns In hnlky Volumes. Artists have added wood cut, i tt liinnrs, til.rti'liiM and palntiims tii the kic it mass of material iihii which our pri'st'iit ilay knowledge of tht picture of the rt hellion Is based. Tut all thixi' f-nti tai n "a point of vli v." Tho impartial, unsympathetic uner ring mirror of events in the days of Ml. as now, w is tho photograph cain rra. not so perfect thru, perhaps, lint tliorouahly as reliable. And as the date of tho stin itm si cues recedes gradirtl Jy in 'ii tho yellowing patis of tho Vorld's calt'tid.ir, it he. onus more and Inoro Intetestiun to pick tip some of Hi V!"." !'! KKT I.INi: IN Kid iT "K r 'i:T maH 'M:. ri:Ti:iiSi:t K'-.. tc u. r the lines ilnrini! tli" lat- t' Y t..nt !' t.1.- v.- tint :t U; am., i s- farv ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 28 June 1906

When Delia Was Seventeen By Otrtl. Oe S. Wntworth-Jimei (Copyright, by Joseph B. fcowlea.) It Is no use trying to keep a dally diary, because things don't happen every dayl but on birthdays something always happens, so from to-day, June 1, I am going to keep a birthday diary. It is now half-pnst ten; the sun Is shining, and I turned 17 just four and a half hours ago according to what mamma tells me! Seventeen! Of course everybody at least, Lady Landor and. Miss Cartwrlght and Erica says that 1 am too young for my hair to go up and my skirts to go down, and that I ought to wait until next year, when I come out and am presented; but ninmma agrees with me that an only daughter (especially when she hasn't any father) can't help grow ing up before her time; so I'm going to have a year's Informal fun at home feeling like a woman, yet flnlsntng my lessons at the same time! I told Erica mamma had prorrilsed to give a garden party on my seven teenth birthday, so that people might understand ...

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. — 28 June 1906

Queen Victoria's Cats. Queen Victoria w.is m :it lover of rt. anil wlitii tlu court movi-il It khs trri'tr,i;it',li(l by n ii.-unl.ir riirnvun c:itfi. I't isl in. M;in, Aimoni, Mai-si- mill tal'Sy ;i t -. ill! tr.iHc In rl 'o Hill iiinml. ()s!nt iit Wlinlsor nr liiicMinili mi i.!:iri". tln rae fci .lit In- f. f 'rf l,iii rat. t if wlilrh trie ty: rii w in a: t inil it ly fun I. uro r?p.l Iiit tuck n ri:!.ir. 0:1 which tiPfi:t In silvi r l' tti-s :1u- lasi-rl;)-U.-t. "I l i loinr to t Ik umi i ii " Better Education for Girts. Tho greatest prolili-m of education unsolved toilny tilnton to elrls. Here tofore their education linn been a mere copy of that Ion ao established for hoys. Soino day a Renin '.l come nlonir nnd conceive thoiiKiit which nhall form the linsl of nn education which fhall help cirls to all their best ros.sbi:itk il-hoti! illsslpnin their sirenKth on lines of effort established for natures In son.e respects entirely diffennt Collier's Weekly. Black Snake a Tighter. K...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 5 July 1906

'! . e: KM V J1 E3H I w Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son for It Reaches More Homes of Colored People than any othci Paper In the State. VOLUME XI. KANSAS CITY, MO., THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1KM. XUMJIER 1 I. Xf. -Jfr "(.V BISHOP A. GRANT.. who called the young People's Congress to order Thursday at Allen Chapel. THE NEGRO'S DESTINY. President Roosevelt's address to the students of Hampton Instittute on Memorial day Is pregnant with wise counsel and good cheer for the negro race In this country. His words apply to the race everywhere throughout the country, and If his advice Is accepted In the proper spirit the advancement of the negro toward the goals of respectability and dignity will be notably hastened. Mr. Roosevelt went to the bottom of the so-called race problem when he said that the only real way to help the colored man is to let him help himself. As a matter of fact there is no race problem, so far as material advancement is concerned, in regard to the negro race, any more than ...

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. — 5 July 1906

r - M u OUR YOUNG PEOPL El Gf THE DRAWING CLASS. I u''i't see why It Is boys nlways pet the v.i.rst of It. Their shoes nets Into t .e biggest mud puddles, their hands ,:. the coldest Miowbullln' aud their !iv.j are always knockln' things ver. Sometimes I wisht I didn't have liny t l.mws and sometimes I guess :llr folks wishes so, too. The I; st time It was in the drawtng f:.iss. I kin J of like that class that 1. l-'astwlse, I uted to like It when 1 "Uld do It with transfer paper. That'H isy. You put It over the picture and i!:.iw a outline. Then you take It off Mid bun k out side of It. laid then you .m draw it rtght Into your book. H.it Miss Henrietta she don't let us ! ihi;t, and the said It was cheating, imd took away my transfer paper, and ii"W I ain't so pood a artist as I used In i, and I pot pretty tired of II till w got Into water-colors. That was some fun, anyway. We had Idtle boxes with red, blue and yel- mm IMA "I'ANIKl.. WHAT IS TIIK MATTKIt W ITH Vol H I'KSK?" It paint...

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