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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 15 May 1903

THE RISING SON. J. T. McCamble, eon of T. O. Mc Camble, was married last Thursday evening to Miss Klty Link of Topeka Kansas, at the home of the bride. Get ready to meet our collector, lie will be around. Please pay up. To all subscribers who are a year or more behind In their subscription: Your bill will be placed In the hands of collective agency after next week you have one week now to settle up, out of town and tntown. Wm. Fairfax, Society Reporetr. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. Remember please t tut little blti we collect here an .li4e That tnublei us to run from year to year." The big store of Emery, Bird, Thay er Iry Goods Co. Is sometimes termed the Western Emporium of Merchan dise. The management of the com pany Is regarded as being the best obtainable. L O CAL S . LOCAI-S. J. F. Cale Is able to .be out again after several weeks Illness. How can you expect to get a good newsy paper when you don't pay up your subscription and then kick Its late. This Is a race enterpri...

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. — 15 May 1903

II Western Chivalry I! was III. in. r tinn w h. n .1 1: in ! n Siim r i up to IN- Hut Six i.inch Hospi tal. 'y i the f.r-t law ot tho cjtlb' i.i'ir.trv. .I'll .1 :mi!'. 1 S.itn. who had M breakfast w.i in no in. hi, 1 f.i i. Ilt t r nUfl Ins L'"1 I'.'iui N, I-nr.v shi'.'U him " I '! !iiii-r I- 1 1 M'Vetl 1 n 1 1 i" before. 1 tt.m-uross It. lli it w : r ii. 1 ed "I" nit. I lli" jaded cow If w.ili Mitif.n ti"ii. teady in the dm in" car. f.i!i g:t II wh; In r- -p, rr.n.l n: Ml tho .ink. ' Come at) it's let." .' t.i t!.. w 1 1. nine ci'l tie tilt' I us l inn :i"t iu.'.i ii.ij di'i l V mill. "("'tun mi, Tlminp-mm. f,,.. "Lr. r hit (In yo l .n't w art tin.- Th-in 1 Jumbo." rail It 'if i;:. 111 1.1 lli.' Mat Six. J grub tiail rilit tmw. If j 1 ho rook t v irk in or- . ,' l a:..!- is liable to table a-- ()ni. I. as 11 I !:i a ji.tt !i o' fie- ti w i I j I 1 . .1 ru mi .!'' n.aMH'i 1 r I . .ir- vv hi'ii it : Is ! . .i;' cai . " : w.n a Ii .11 liii'iti'r I iy , 1 t !'ii Mini!.' .is 11 t 1 II....

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 15 May 1903

1 tt' v Tupman, a prominent' iauy vi muimunu, va., a great sufferer with woman's troubles, tells how she was cured. "For tome years I suffered with backache, severe bearing-down pains, leucorrhcea, and falling of the womb. I tried many remedies, but nothing gave any positive relief. " I commenced taking Lydia E. PInkliam's Vegetable Compound in June, 1001. When 1 had taken the first half bottle, I felt a vast improve ment, and have now taken ten bottles with the result that 1 feel like a new woman. When I commenced taking the Vegetable Compound I felt all worn out and was fast approaching complete nervous collapse. I weighed only 08 pounds. Now I weigh 109 runds and am improving every day. gladly testify to the benefits re ceived." Mrs. R. C. Tvpman, 23 West 80th St., Richmond, Va. $5000 forfait If ttlglnal of about tottr proving iwinantM cannot When n medicine hns been sue cessful in more than a million vases. In it Justice to yourself to hut, without trvlng it, "I do not believe I...

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. — 15 May 1903

MILLET AM) CANE Hl.t E URA5S LANDRETirS (Jnrden CI.OM-R. TIMOTHY SEEDS Bw ' m" M alone. 1 ne erviif or uiroe m m. T ICQ - A world's nut nuted rlirtnlMiin B U Jrm WW Vw4' ' r 'alii cured. !io, art.r twi-iv tii' B C I rf S ntlkw lnv.-HtUatloii nn.wtlv M Js Kl 3 ! ayi" I I I I 1i.im miiveiwrtiuy rorniuiaioii K W ') V' Allfcr tni'iit no ixiti-iit ami ixiwerfiil. " V ml l Ww hsrniltw nnil liiiua-ent. tlmt ltd lm A V ' n tVwl lif eiToot uiM.11 tlm llnlr tinnier tii on eartli. (nt out ltd advertisement, ami semi tons, with onlv l..M, aivl. IminoillaU'lv upon nvrlpt of aiuno, wo will m int to von a r: ill ami roinplt't trtini'iit. ronnlstlnir of t o rxtra lnriti hottnof itN. King of all llnlr ToiiIi k worth : aio two larm liottlra of .lKI.INr. tli Mulitnlim ll.tlr (iiimiT, worth t.'m: alo oni lrm parkaitn of onr latrst ills r..xiTV. roVt 1(1- l K.i MIAMI'IHI, worth fnV : also ont liar of otiri-vlit'rit. ami rnow ti.v1 IM UITV M'AI.I" SIIAI', worth 'Se . an.l uiiii I pint pnrknito of ATI-4lt...

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. — 22 May 1903

r I Mi h I A A. It Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME VIII. GLEANINGS PROM PLEASANT GREEN BAPTIST CHURCH. Located in rear of Independence and Tracy avenues, Kansas City, Mo. Gleanings from Pleasant Green Bap tist church, located in the rear of In dependence and Tracy avenues, Kan sas City, Mo. Sunday school opened at its usual hour, 9:30, superintendent being late. Rev. E. M. Wilson, pastor, opened services. Lesson taught thirty min utes by teachers, which was timely amd instructive. Explanation from cluster leaf by pastor, which was plain and comprehensive. Sunday school was unusually interesting. Choir entered choir box, and at the biddings of the pastor sang, "I'll die at my post" Congregation read eighth chapter of Mathew from 1st to 23rd verses led by pastor. Choir peeled forth in sweet medollous strains. "It pays me to serve Jesus." Sermon by pastor. Text Act. 24, 25, And as he reasoned of righteousness, temperance and Judgment to come, Felix trembled. Subject, "Power ...

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. — 22 May 1903

1904 TAKIFF ISSFE HOW TO TEST THE QUESTION OF REVISION. Should t-e Republican Stand for Business Stability and the Demo. cat Urge tne Abandonment Prctect.cn. Which Would Win.' of R- f-r:-rc t- tho ' 1 . t w. :: enough A'.cne ' 1. i :r::. , ! '. a'e.l by Seore .v K '": in V- IV '"M speech, the M::;:- .i,"- ;. .Vurt.a: si: :Vit ::' t.:i.- - .-. n good the doe-r-:.e f :' . 'l.i'.ns to llirmsrlvs w:'.'. ! in 1 as now. nr. : . :' ;'-:vl:i hutd uiltlot , '; .. r i Vr.u If tho Ut iff 1 to ! r- v - : ;. i' f: f..N '!'' - ; ! t.. otto man in it- ! Sl.Ci that a l.-is.m ss ni.il this loiii.try I,. t ln years, within tho lnt action ,s !t ,k about I. ax inc 1 a. ! I; . 1.. I. The bo iti a !i a Lioa.l- T. ,ri h.. !,-i,-.! - nnd it i-. ..1 t 1 !t il - - in a t t" :iti !: r Thus: 1! !! pnii' i.-.m 1 oi.veri 1" lv that v is a x 1'al need of . tt ;olo and com- -. as tin' country is pr. .-pi 1 oils condition, :!. Miff ut this time Vr t:r-i r Ta; . 0-l !;-' !'.; r -.- 11..! r. n : 1. !:" : is ' ; !' M'...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 22 May 1903

B Strang. Be strong! We are not here to play, to dream, to drift. We have hard work to do, and load's to lift. hun not the struggle; face It. 'Tli Clod gift. Be strong! flay not the rinya are evil Who's to blame And fold the hand and acquiesce O shame! Stand up. apeak out, and bravely In Qod'a name. N$ip B atronei TK JXWg It mntters not how deep entrenched ths Nf I HowharJ the battle goes, the day, how y3 fnfljt KVOw Fn,nthnot- fight on! To-morrow cornea n II n A Kiss by Proxy 1 ii ' i "Jerry Hapgood la a moan old thing ot to lei me go riding. Auntie Bald I could, but Jerry helped her to get Into the 'mobile, and aald, 'Some other day, girlie, you can go; the 'mobile la too small today 1 Such a story! It's Just like it always is. Auntie Noll only laughed, and got all pink. O, dear! I wish they'd get runned away with, I do!" And tehr followed tear down Dctta'a Chubby checks. Meanwhile Jerry and Noll were spin ring along the beautiful Maine const. Their Journey was ended at tho fa mou...

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. — 22 May 1903

Business Maaage. Published Kvpry Week RISING SON PUBLISHINGCO Tear S.i swath M rnr mcr.trM m On caustic It Sertoli; pM In advance fafered at tht l't Ofirt at Kanta CtJ, M Second C'i-i.M .Mutter. Ocrrf.poi)(1ent wanted In cerr city and town iu tlii slate. Write uk. All news matter Intended for pub lication should reach our office not la ler th.m TutMia. of each week and isuit be sipiiol by the writer not for publication, but as guarantee of auth enticity. FFICIi-No. 117 West Slith St., Kansas City, Mo. Ad vrtialitl Rntas. for tm lh. ons taaartlon H for oof Inch, rich luNtuail Insertion ki For t tarfeM, tbrwa raonib t.US fartwo lch, mi) nth (00 For two Inch., nln moaiba low tat two laraoa ! moths II OD OLDEST NECiRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE RUST. The paid circulation of Tin-: Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. Kar.j-a City. Mo . Ma: h ;?. !!'" i :t . nt the Post masti i , P'lVls!-.! i s, K:s...

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. — 22 May 1903

THE RISING SON. Mr. Richard Stone, bettor known as "Dirk" Stone. Is a Haunch admirer or race enterprises. He appreciate the t great good which The Son Is trying to ! do In this community and has evi denced the same In a substantial man ner. Win. Fairfax, Society Reporetr. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. Remember please t' the little blu we collect here an Mure That rnublo ui to run from year to year." LOCALS. LOCALS. MIbs Amelia Hunt wilt spend her va cation In New Orleans. Mr. Bernard Nesbltt will go East for the summer. W. W. Waters has been on the sick list. School will be out next Friday, May 29th. Miss Lillian Malum is quite ill at this writing. M. Al. Miles left for Omaha Inst Tuesday night. To all subscribers who are a year or more behind In their subscription: Your bill will be placed In the hands of a collective agency after next week you have one week now to settle up, out of town and intown. Next week Is commencement week at the high school. Monday night clasn night. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 22 May 1903

IFgdifs-Xme IFXfllKL Novelties In Velvets. Or.e of the r.rw velvets lias a watered t fleet, obtained by a stamping Of white on dark ground Another novelty Is the p.iir.t d 'esprit vchct, whose ground tin the appears nee of a network sprinkled with little (lui. Then there Is ihi' iisttnkhnii and att 1o Moutor. vrlwt, which I mnde to Imitate t'.ic 1 1 r ; ! nnd waves f the fur after v t : i . 1 1 It in cnUed Aiii'Uii: tin? lie culms .ire the ililicHte soft rush ntiil 'n v i;n i'ti. cranio!! and, trrciin did r. 1s tl:r lovely s. a uf violets, Sevris Hue. l onitl t, platinum fray. fus-uck grci t.. which 1.4 nearly Mark. a;:.! tln nr subdued rl i ml oft. furl: a I'CAVer fawn and ter. I'laln vilvct pr. fi ! :.! for elabonte ami en ti.i-t.mus iik's. Put fi r day f-i. k t '..! is a' xolutvlv r.o limit to for soms tlnio. Salt arts upon the fiber ainl prevent! It giving out all Its nourishing properties. Sate old corks and soak then In par affin and they will make excellent fire lighters, eit...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 22 May 1903

JN I Mrs. F. Wright, of Oelwein, Iowa, il r . i anomer one 01 tne minion women who have been restored to health by Lydia K Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Orershadowinir Indeed la the auceraa of I.nlln. Ti. IMnLIm tn'a Vtm table Compound compared with it, all other medicines fur women are xperiments. Why has It the (rreatest record for absolute cures of any female medicine in the world ? Why has it lived and thrived and done Us trlorioua work among women for a quarter of a century ? Simply because of its sterling worth. The reason that no other medioine has ever reached its success is be cause there is no other medicine so successful In curing woman's ills. Re member these Important facts when a drujftfiut tries to sell you something WIUVU U MJTB 19 JU8 AS gOOO.. A Young New York Lady Tells of a Wonderful Cure: v "Dear Mrs. Ptnkiiam: My trouMe vraa ;n. il ; T j ti . . wnii me ovaricB; i Bin tan, mm ine doctor said I crew too fast for inv Btreneth. I suffered dreadfully from inflammatio...

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. — 22 May 1903

H MILLET AND CANE BLUE GRASS LANDRETH'S Harden CLOVER, TIMOTHY SEEDS T. LEG ADAMS 41 Walnut NtrsaS, KANSAS CITT, MO. Oerden Tool. Poultry Beppllee. mmo 11 four HK ni'w, nnn-folllnir and Inf alllMe com IIiip1 trcatrurnt fur tli Iiuninn Hair, O.ONO and I CDKOI.INK, uod ron- Jolntlv, cannot fall to li-nd to the Hair lcnili, lustra, life, and lpnuty.4)One year aollipillrtN'torf the llOM'oS CHK.MIt'AI, t o . with the nole imrptise and Intention to produce an aloltitlv liprtoct and reliable trfatnicnt for the Hnlr. appropriated the sum of iiiuo for this purpose alone. The aer vires of three of the world's moat noU'il rlrt-mlsts were se cured. lio, arti-r twelve niontha of lnvextlKutlon ami firstly experiments, liuve suivessfiilly forniulated atreat tnetit so potent and powerful, yet tinrnilviH and Intiuri'iit, that Its Iniinedlnte eiT.Mis upon the Hair border upon the nilriit-uiini. 'l his ireainieni can ue ummi 111 all faith and confidence, a It In certain to nrocliice remiltH most iirat...

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. — 19 June 1903

II Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME VIII. LEXINGTON NEWS. Rev. Gilbert went to Kansas City Monday morning on business. The trustees of the A. M. E. church have begun their Improvement on the church and parsonage. The teachers institute Is held here and Is conducted by Prof. Green. There are about fifteen teachers In attend ance. The temple and tabernacle will be preach Sunday at which time we ex pect all the members to be present. A concert will be given at St. John's M. E. church on Tuesday for the ben efit of the church, conducted by Mrs. Wary Wright. Everybody is Invited to attend. Mrs. Shelby has left the Ity for Hlg glnsvllle, and expects to go to Kan sas City to make that her future home. Mrs. James Davis of Kansas City was here visiting her mother and brother and other relatives. Al Williams was In Kansas City on business. Mr. Bob Brownfiold departed this life on Tuesday, June 10. He had been sick for quite a while. He leaves a clear wife, sister and a number of rel...

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. — 19 June 1903

VVTP IM VV 1 TF? H T)K ! r.Vlll I 1 1.1 1 lA ITi ' RIGHT SCRT OF RECIPROCITY FOR THIS COUNTRY. Equal P-ivilejr for Our Exports In All fie M.irkrts cf the World and no Ta-iff Discritrm.ition for or Against What We In-port. There '." v. tVnt the I'nited S'a'e can get all t!.r r cipr.M i:y tu n-.in- :t warts iriii:i i,-:pire tn if It will ti f!:.it r::.'. est dt.wi: ? i !!'.. i .n 1 1 y Its ;!., Cvo .i.iv.s in;.', mine sacrificial -r.r.gs of it- 1 . t i . . indus-trics. It amy Io e'a-.tn. 1 !'..n y iti.-tntiri s and pi r ? . ; ; s iTimn :n i- me that the par ihi.'ar s.n r.fb - l- m.imb il are small ii . ' ii-1 i - i- u.'li the general advan tage tn bo ca n.'.l; I 1 1 .-ueh I'.-iisoiiin wi'.i tin. r ! i-fnnory to III" itidtis t:. t i I... ,: r-.ti.-t .! 1. 1- p-fiit.li-.l. ik r is ;t at all !.!. : u T do!! abb t tint will -vi r place unrest rvodly r ' 1 1 sl.inthtt r jitntc.-t iv !u- the o t in ia ?! I a- ' !.o hands i t f I'rosbb tit. w ho ,, !!- '1 it- and events lniht r-'i liy an in ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 19 June 1903

R Tain. These are) the Mown spindrift that Is laahed from the face of the wateta That cover the Bout with Care; These are the Children of Sorrow, these are the sons and the daughter Sped forth from thy houae, Despair! 4 tSSf U Sped forth from thy houae, Despair! jA oSjHt Spray that la flung on the desolate cllffe "Tj QrQCE from the deeps of the sea-sources Wf 45ftl f To He, like a veil, on our birrs; M 'cSaTjjl I Children that follow the plutnos and the lift .JrWjgn PS ,op ' the ,stel' D'ck horses; jl iPI Blow mourners, sure comforters Tears! IfiQ II I He Made Amends ii When Ned Dalton married Una Per :klns the village gossips reaped a har vest. Every one had something to say except the man whose heart was smarting under the wrong dealt blm by the friend and schoolmate of his boyhood and the woman he had loved ver since she was a wee lass. When some of his friends came to him to offer sympathy, Tom Reed met them with an Impenetrable reserve. He turned with renewed fervor to his work...

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. — 19 June 1903

THK KISING SON. LEWIS WOODS ..Busiueni Manager, i Pubiil!i'tl Kvrry Vt k j RISINO SON PUBLISHING CO VM'H-it'KllTloN liATKS: j Cnr Y--r DM f . u.oailiK IS r-irw uiimitm M On month U firlftlf l:ikl In ml tutu j EnUrtd it tW '.( ''!'- at Kanrn Ciiy, am .VroMi ( 'id.Lt .Wufftr. lVrrri'oti(li'nt wanted In every city j and town in t M.itc. Write u. AH lie wr nutter 1 1 1 1 1 1 tl 1 for pub- ! 1 1 -m t inn phi'iiUl rearh nur otlhv nut : t-r th.in Tu m1;iv, nf cadi week and! uuat tie ipnel iy tlie writer not for publication, but us guarantee of autb- i antielt t. I FFICSl No. 117 West Sixth St., j Kansas City, Mo. 1111 11 - 1 " " -- ! Advrt tialiiw Rntri, f nr one lnh, on In.ortliin SO' for- our Inch, i nch .uti.rqu.nl In.ertlon iW Fur two '.Beam, lhr muili lull Fur two Inciirn, ill month 8 UU For two Inch., n I n month Ill (U Vot two IncbiM twe-lva uiouthii ....15 00 OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE Rfc'ST. The paid circulation of Tin-: Rising Son is more than double ...

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. — 19 June 1903

t V ,.' 1 i'i 5'V'v; .;.-. ,";, 4 force. J s it - 'i it k. ) i 3 3 THE RISING SON. 1 - " ' , , Wm. Fairfax, Society Reporetr. " , . ' A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. .' Iternpnib?r picas f t't tbellttlu blu we collect hnre nil rhro r i-y.'k. ji'' enables un to run from year to year." LOCALS. LOCAI. '.'''( 'u Mr. Alvin Jordon Is now on the mall 5' Mr. Snipes, from St. Paul, formerly ; of Kansas City, Is here on a visit. Mammie Deloache Is reported as be ing quite ill at Denver. The ladies' art class met with Mrs. Charles Jackson Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Mattic Teters Is home from Se dalia. Ming Anna Crosthwalt has been on the sick lint this week. Rev. Racote will leave on a vacation the first of July ao be gone a month. Miss Ruth Deloach has gone to Den ver. Hernard Mesbet Is visiting In Chi- CBRO. Miss Maud Oldham and Miss Ophel la Watts successfully passed the last examination. Rev. O. W. J. Scott and family left last week for Washington, D. C, their future home. Mrs. J. Silon...

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. — 19 June 1903

SEHVIA TURNS TO NEW KING; WORK OF MURDERERS INDORSED Rumors that Karagcorgevitch Is Not Satisfied with the Situa tionAuthentic Story of the Assassination Told by One of the Soldiers Who Took Part in the Affair. The eer.forence nf senators and deputies. In I'l III I' Ictailo, resolved tinanl!'it:'y. that the constitution of xvs should lie put In fun r. iiinl that I'ri i:i " Peter Karugeorgi'viteh should te e!ivi il king. It is not certain that Karageorge l'i'h accept tl.f crx ti. The ni"t sensational nitiinrs have In on rii eivci from Geneva. ! is to the effect that tho rlnco demands that before ho enters Hel:ra'lo nil officers conct rinil iti the iniU'lers li :il I have lft It, requires an increase in Ms civil list, utnl insists that his rlectiun must lie unanimous If is helievoil that the terms laM flown ly the prini e will lie grav.tod, that the assassins will he banished, nnil that aniiie.-t) will he extended to them lull . r. Prince Karaceorcevitcli, nlttiotmli little im liiimni...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 19 June 1903

Mrs. Laura L Barnes, Wash- .fofton, D. C, Ladies Auxiliary to iBurnside Post, No. 4, Q. A. R., i recommends Lydia E. Piokham's Vegetable Compound. " In diseases that oome to women only, a rute, the doctor is called in, tome times several doctors, but still matters I go from bad to worse ; but I have i never known of a case of female weak- ?ess which wns not helped when jydla E. Pinkliuin Veffclabl i Compound was used faithfully. For young women who are subject to ' neadaches, backache, Irregular or pain ful periods, and nervous at tacks due to the severe strain on the system by some organic trouble, and for women f advanced years in the most trying time of life, it serves to correct every trouble and restore a healthy action of all organs of the bodv. - " Lydia K.IMnkliiim'a Vegetable Compound is a household reliance in my home, and I would not be with out it. In all my experience with this medicine, which covers years, I hava found nothing to equal it and al ways recommend it." Mb....

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 19 June 1903

Let us look no longer on the past, but to the future. Let us seek to make life worth living and our home comfortable. This we will help you to dor if you will help yourselves. Come and see us. BRANCHES. Rhodes-Haver! y Furniture Co, Famous Peoples' Outfitting Ou, Rhodes-Haverty Novelty Co. Atlanta Georgia. Rhodes, Haverty & Huppe Fur. Co. Kansas City, Mo. Rhodes, Haverty & Huppe Fur. Co. St. Joseph, Mo. Rhodes, Haverty & Huppe Fur. Co. Independence, Mo. Rhodes, Haverty & Huppe Fur. Co. Lezinton, Mo. Rhodes, Haverty & Huppe Fur. Co. Leavenworth, Ks A 0 ftHO0tMt.otnT t A HUMI llCHtllt mm Could any honest man ask for more? The house of Rhodes, Havcrty & Huppc, has always been known as the friend of the poor class. Thousands of comfortable, happy homes stood a few days ago monuments to its liberal and fair treatment, and to day, in the hour of distress of the perple it comes again to their rescue, and offers terms upon which the most distressed sufferer can recup...

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