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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 5 July 1906

Bubble and Squeak By B. L. TAYLOR With torn (atracta (ram th unpub lished work of th lit Walter Blackburn Hart. (Cup'rlght, lint, bj Joxpli U. Bowlel 1 2 The woman who secures the i "catch" of the season often finds that the trout once land- 7 of a I end shrinks to the size minnow. She Would you rather have your fill of. steak or love? lie It all depends upon the hour. Kgolsm. when grand and large enough, like that pos sessed by Walt Whitman, Is merely a translation of other men's souls. God made one perfect wom an, and he has been making Im perfect casts of her ever since. With artists, sometimes the artist is exalted, and the man forgotten, and sometimes the man is exalted and the artist in him killed. He was one of those detest able men who are "emancipat ed" women. I can forgive England for two things. One Is Shakespeare and t A the English literature generally. 7. n- I its I ilia excluding much that Is con temporary; and also for Worcestershire sauce the like of which is made I...

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. — 5 July 1906

THE RISIM M'.N. UTI8V0OD8 ButioeiM Managta. fablistaed tery Wrck mSINOSON PUBLISHINGCO WH 0 BSCH I IT I O N KATES: fa M j II tno.iu. . it ' f Tprf uontna M i 4a aunta U atetl paid In ad.anea j tnUrtd at the l'n,i offln at fiww CWj, I at Stctnd t'Uus MatUr. Correspondent wanted In eary city tad town 10 this mate. Write as. All new matter Intended for pub Hon I on should reach uur office nut la ter than Tutelar, of each week and Must be signed by the writer out for publication, but as guarantee of autb-otieltr. I vs.. raw I r nwi Ol All t VS.. - Kansas City, Mo. JBnBHaj---L m Advertising Rut a, . for m. tsnh. on Insertion t M rot on Inch, each iulwiug Insertion. U For two tBchre, three mcuno I.UO For two iach, li month 100 for two Inches, nlnft month. 10 00 MtwolBcboi twelvi months. 1100 OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, rWJCE ALL yTHE REST. The paid circulation of The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspaper...

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. — 5 July 1906

THE RISING SON. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo Remember pi ease It ' the little bits we collect here and there t'tat ennblei ua to run from year tu year." LOCALS. The Rising Son which hat been In existence ten years In June, 1900, le going to prepare an extra anniversary number which will go before the pub lie the latter part of June. Attend the grand opening of Knights of Tabo. Go to the City Garden Monday even ing for a good time. - The East Side Inn Is located at 181C 1818 Woodland avenue. Chas E. Drawer Is now acting as solicitor for the Son. Go to the City Gttrden MonVlay evening for a good time. Miss P. Phelps of St Joseph Is vis iting Miss Emma Collins. ' Nice large unfurnished rooms for rent at 117 West 6th street You can secure a supply of Ozona by calling on The Rising Son. Mrs. Cora Morten is the guest of her sister, Mrs. John Herndon. Mr. J. Wright of Topeka, Kan., is visiting her sister Mrs. L. Jordan. Miss R. Bradshaw Is spending a few weeks in Jefferson City, Mo. ...

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. — 5 July 1906

IN A MEXICAN GARDEN By RUTH HAEBURN (CopyriKiil, by Jiwi'ii II. Howies.) The b.lglit sunMiitie streaming Into lur tiircMin liy the open French win dow wakened (Vrlilii. or, us lnr fathor 1 vo I to lu r In t!ii graceful lan hi.iuo if his adopted country, "my pretty one." Kvlden'ly her thought were pleas tint, for iie g,.t n , with a smile cm Iir Hps a lit stood f(.r a few moments looking out on the lew la-Tore beirln Jiina to dress. It was Just six o'clock on. I tlu mist still hung In the valley. ill. I already ln garden w is a blaze of 'lmht. The scent of the ruses, the orange and Ici-.ion hlrs:-uin, the moist eirtli and tin- myriad growing things. ' "" l "i-iMioim nn- MMllre (.,. breathed life ami hrppl- tiess on mnli a morning, and love for ail tliat Hies in this glorious, beauti ful world. Hi-sides, was not her old friend an I piayiel!ow. Philip Kins, coining !n me after being away for seven ye ns In the States, learning to be a doctor? (VcJlt.i was an only chiid. Her -mother i.'...

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. — 5 July 1906

Some Diplomatic Moves of Recent Years An English-Russian Entente-King Edward Rated a Suc cessful Diplomat Anglo-French and Anglo Japanese Agreement. ft For bo long Edward of England ap-1 peared to the world prince of Wales, leader of fashion and royalty holding out the scepter to numberless fair women, the world had got to consider him social arbiter rather than any thing more serious. But now Edward of England rises above the old level, we find the leader of fashion and so cial arbiter showing unmistakable talents In the gentle art of diplomacy , or the black art, as it Is sometimes styled. An enthusiastic foreign cor respondent declares King Edward will certainly go down In history as Le iltol Diplomat. ; The latest stroke of diplomacy is jshown In the Anglo-Russian friendli ness which causes much concern In ,Berlln. The Anglo-French entente was a victory in which the king had a good share of credit. At Algeciras (the English felt pretty well satisfied 'with results. And the marri...

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. — 5 July 1906

Queen Victoria's Cats. Qurrn Victoria wns a srcst lover of cats, and whrn the court moved It was accompanied by a regular caravan of cats. Persian. Manx. AtiKora, Mal cse and tabby rat, nil traveled la state to Itarmoral. Osborne. Windsor or nuckinwliam imlace. as the rasa tulglit be. Or.e Persian cat. of which tho qurcn was partlciilarly foml, wore around her neck a collar, on which appeared In silver letters the Inscrip tion, "I lelom; to the queen. " Better Education for Clrfe. Tho greatest problem of education unsolved to-day relates to arlrls. Here tofore their education has been a mere copy of that long ago established for boys. Some day a genius will come along and conceive thoughts which shall form the bnsls of an education which shall help plrls to all their best possibilities without dissipating their strength on lines of effort established for natures In some respects entirely dtffenut. Colliers Weekly. Black Snake a Tighter. A writer has described the common black snake ...

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 July 1906

It Pays to Advertise In the Rising Gen for It Reaches More Homes of Colored People than any othei Paper In the State. VOLUME XI. KANSAS CITY, MO., THURSDAY, JULY 1,.1JHI0. NUMBER 2 HENRY M BEARDSLEY v 1 'iT INDEPENDENCE NOTES. Do not borrow ihe Rising Son. but subscribe tor it, It Is only $1.50 a year. Miss I-ouclla Baker of Excelsior Springs spent a few days In our city last week. The picnic given by the U. B. P. the Fourth was well attended and they cleared the small sum of $40. If the Macedonian church allow their preacher In charge to continue with the services, they are no better than their pastor. Hev. Bray of Colorado lectured to the members and friends of Allen League at the A. M. E. church Sun day evening. HU lecture was quite Instructive and appreciated by all pre sent. If the men of the community are going to allow one man to come to Independence and destroy all of the girls, and do not use their brain or Influence we hope and pray, that the women will take the matter In ...

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 July 1906

lrT v trz ?iat The Over-Ambitious Girl PT M ARCJARET K. PANOPTFR. (C. .vrifiht. I'M ty J,.erri U. Uowlet.) Is there mull it tlung us useless knowledge, knowledge which Is In Itsolf rubbish, only fit to be stowed aw.ty la the lumber room of the mind? I siipimse teailiers will take excep tion to the statement, but I ntu more and inure Inclined to think that a great ileal that they laboriously teach, and schoolgirls laboriously learn, might as well be dropped wholly out of the curriculum. We are all aware that what remains to us a few years aftpr we have finished our school edu cation Is. so far as facts are concerned, excessively small. What the schools have done, if they have wrought well, lias been to give us mental facility und disciplined powers. The question U jertlneut whether for girls they do this in the best way. What ought you, a schoolgirl, to acquire In order to be prepared for your work In life? It depends, of course, somewhat on your future. It you are to earn your bread...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 19 July 1906

AGGRESSIVE MEN Sometimes rise no higher than gen eral fault Anders. .Will always declare honors come to them without solicitation. Often find difficulty In explaining why they are so designated. Feel that the world regards them as capable of doing anything. Ought to be those who earnestly strive to aid their fellow men. Frequently come to be looked upon as actuated by purely selfish motives. Like to know that they are accept able to the public regardless of poll tics. Ventilate their opinions on public questions with oracle-like positive ness. Usually look upon the unassuming business man as lacking In force of character. Sanction many actions without thor ough Investigation thereof. Philadel phia Bulletin. Twenty-Second Annual Session OF THE GRAND LODGE OF MISSOURI & I: SAMUEL DIGGS, A very successful business man who started In the Junk business at Ninth and Santa Fe fifteen years ago on a very small scale. This business prospered until It covered a block, extending from 1315 ...

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 July 1906

HK KIStNO SU.Y i mi mm saaaaaa T 'SV18 WOODS BunnrM kTaaafar. Published ttcry WVek MSINOSON PUBLISH1NGCO aTK'taiCHll'TION KATES: a m r . t TTUim i tin la r'iro uimitn M la month U iiricilf paid In advnncs Nrrd a( li Vwf Offlct at Jfantiu (tiy, u 5ecoti (.W.i Matter. CVirrtvtpoiidetite wanted In t sry city tad town tu this utat.-. Write us. All news matter mutinied for pub iloatlim should rnach our office tint la ker than Tutfl'lity, of eaeli week and auot b Iko'(1 tiy the writer not for publication, but a. guarantee of auth tnticity, ifFICii-No. 117 West Slxtr. St. Kansas City, Mo. ' BU U . . . . I..JI AUvertialiiu Rnti, for o lfh. on.lns.rtloD M or out Inch, earn nalmocjno Insertion . for two iarhea, three month 1.00 Fir two lrh, (li month I an f,r two Inctn, nine month 10 00 f" two Inch. twelve month. IJ00 OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE RFST. ifr ihc paid circulation cf The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas Cit...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 19 July 1906

THE RISING SON. A. W. Walkot, Agent, Lexington, Mo KenH!tubT plcii1!' Iti tlif little lilt we col Hoi hi re nml liuro t'lHt fnatili'B us to run from year to yvnr." LOCALS. ' Alias Blanche Rosa Is visiting her parents. Chas E. llrower Is now acting as solicitor for the Son. Go to the City Garden Monday even ing for a good time. Don't forget the City Garden every Monday evening. Go to the City Gtarden MoraJay evening for a good time. Nice large unfurnished rooms for rent at 117 West 6th street. Go to the City Garden for a good time every Monday evening. Mr. David Crosthwalt has returned from a visit to Nashville, Tenn. You can secure a supply of Ozona by calling on The Rising Son. Mrs. Bertha Smith Is contemplating a run to Chicago for the summer. The Young Peoples' Congress, from a literary standpoint, wa3 a success. Miss Panky of Lynchburg, Va., is the guest of her cousin, Mrs. J. E. Dibble. Miss Slaughter left for Denver Colo., last Tuesday to visit Miss Graves. Mrs. Annie Spencer ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 19 July 1906

9 Partite!! Potiulntion. a ( - Vleo Consul Klm-liant fnrnlhp from Lisbon the tvnaus fltfiires of I'ortunal liikt n In Iveember. 1900, and lust pnMlslic I. TI.e population was S.Olfi.L'f,;, imlinlliiK tho A.oros. The ptTcPtitam- of Hlitrracy was 71 per rent, "for ttio male anj 83 per cent, for the females. The government, however. U IxMtlrrlng Itself on the ducat tonal question. -The foreign resilient In Port una! numbered 39, 334. of whom 6tS were American. Easter Novelty. A novelty in Easier epps Is one of flafs that Is electrically lighted. Such eus are made In white, of frost d class atul In various colors, to plow when the licht Is turned on In them. They are lighted !' menus of a flexi ble conductor which may he at tached to any electric ll.nht fixture nd which Is made lonu eiiotiuh to per mit placlnu tlie;u wherever It may bo Jesirtd. Burmese Wives. Tltp Hurmese woman must make an X'-ellent wife. A Singapore paper ;iys that hi r highest ambition Is to maintain her husband In l...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 19 July 1906

BAD COMPLEXIONS Depraved Blood Cauooa Pimples ant Bolla-Dr. Williams' Pink Pilla - Mako Now Blood and Cure Follow. " X atramd my stomach, my blood got cmt of order and then my (ace broke out With pimples aud boils," says T. E. Rob ertson, of 107 Addison (treet Waihing ton, Pa. "Toll was over two year ago. My stomach was in bad shape. After eating I would have to rest awhile or 1 would suffer the most severe poiiis in my stomach. On arising I would often be so dizzy that I could hardly stand up. The slightest exertion wonld start my back aching so that I often had to sit down and rest awhile. At times I ex perienced a pain around the heart which alarmed me but which I suppose cams from my stomach trouble. "I began to break out on the face with pimples and later with boils which con fined me to the house a week or more at a time One dny I saw Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People advertised in f pamphlet which was leftat the door aud 1 thought I would (rive them a trial. 1 took sev...

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. — 19 July 1906

'.OIK w 11 ft, J0 ' " U Si A . ...... vj, Vi-.- . &,.r ir i'.-' Vy'::.' v., v'i-5-v V..; vv'--.i, '"v" 'V i Manager John' Lange. Twenty-six ytars of a successful busi ness career as manager of the Blind Boone Concert Co., ranks Mr. Lange the oldest manager on the road. In viewing the present prosperous condition of the vet eran showman, one would scarcely sur mise the ups and downs and reverses with which Mr. Lange has had to battle in the early days of his career. One could hardly conjecture that at one time he was com pelled to pawn his shoes that he might secure money with which to dispatch a business telegram. This instance of hard luck occurred in Boonsboro, Iowa, in 1883. Sleeping in the depot and washing his face in a rain barrel because he did not possess the price of more seeming accom odations form a bit of memory of what might have proved a total failure for him had he not possessed great courage and strong determination to overcome ob stacles. Another interesting bit...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 2 August 1906

II Pays to Advertise In the Rising Gon VOLUME XI. SEVENTH ANNUAL 8ESSION OF O. O. CALANTHE OF MO. Officers Miss Araunla Williams, O. W. C; Mrs. Mary Craln, Grand In spectress; Mrs. Eliza M. Curtis, Grand Inspector; Mrs. Shelton, Grand Ora tor; Mrs. Williams, Grand Conduct ress; Mrs. Annie Denny, Assistant Conductress; Mrs. Fannie Moss, Grand Herald; Mrs. Mary D. Marshall, Grand Protector; Mrs. Rebecca Burris, Grand Lecturer; Mrs. Jennio Irving, Grand Secretary Endowment; Mrs. Cora Con way, Grand Recorder of Department; Mrs. Ida Ancell, Grand Escort; Mrs. Georgia Robinson, Senior Dlrectoress; Mrs. Annie Hall Junior Directress; Mis Aranla M. Williams, Mrs. June L. Combs, Mrs. Mary L. Roler, Su preme Representatives. NEGRO PYTHIANS' NEW OFFICERS The Annual Session of the Grand Lodge Ended Here. The twenty-second annual session of the grand lodge of Negro Knights of Pythias ended Friday afternoon in the election of the following of ficers: Grand chancellor, A. W. Loyd, St. Louis; past g...

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. — 2 August 1906

I IN THE PUBLIC EYE ? AUGUSTUS ST. GAUDENS (si . V. t St. tiandons, (lie f: tnuiiK sculptor. In claimed by America, but Is a native of Ireland a fart lr(ili.illy unknown by many until his recent Ill ness brought forward, an Is usually the case, bits of life history. St. Ciaudens Is years tld. lie was born at Dublin, of French ami Irish parenta-ie. was brought to tills country In Infancy. At 13 he was apprenticed to a cameo cutter, and tbe long train ing In tbis craft bad lunch to do with the delicacy of bis later work, the fine feeling for relief for which he Is noted. After study of drawing nt Cooper Institute and the Academy of Design, ho spent three years In Paris, the first American sculptor to t'iko such thorough French training. St. Caidetis then went to Home; he there pro duced his first figure. "Hiawatha." Karly In the 70 s b returned to America. His first important work was the sculptured Decoration "Adoration of the Cross" in the chnncel of Saint Thomas church, New York, a...

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. — 2 August 1906

THE WORKING GIRL WORK A BLESSING AND NOT A CURSE. Don't Pity Yourself The Btiiy Poor Happier Than the Idle Rich Earn Every Cent of Tour Wage fully and Have Well-Shod Feet The Distinguishing Hark of a Lady Expect No Favor Because of Your Sex True Heroism of the Mother of the Poor The Privi lege of Helping at Home. BY MARGARET E. 8ANQ8TF.R. (Cop right, 11106. by J.ieph & Bowie.) 'Whatever you do, don't pity your II. Don't spend time In wishing you were better off, thut you had more money, an easier position, longer vaca tions, and a better time. Nobody has o good a time as the person who has work to do that Is necessary In the great scheme of things, and that she thoroughly understands. Your work may be obscure, but If It is well done, it counts for Just as much as the work ct the greatest man or woman ou this cnrth. The chief trouble Is with some of us that we are too ready to think of our selves before we think of our work. This is the most waHteful blunder that can be made. Put...

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. — 2 August 1906

THE RISING SON, tlw IB "WOODS BunnMM Maaagw. Published Ery Week HI8INOSON PUBL1SHINGCO rBOBSCHUTION RATES: ? MM rnoau uw uunmi rirair aaiu in tvTinn faalerea at Iht Pout Office J XatiMU OLtf, 1 Siccnd Class Matter, Correspondent wanted In every city Itl town id this date. Write as. All Dews matter Intended t t pub ttoatlon should reach our office not la tor than Tutsday, of each week ana tut be signed by the writer not for publication, but as guarantee of auth enticity. WlOlr-No. H7 Weet Slur. St., Kansas City, Mo. Advrtllng Rntat, far oas tasib, on Insertion g .M for oat loch, each nliHijutil Insertion .SO For to laches, three month I. OS tat two lach, alt month 1 00 (or two Inch, nine month 1009 Tee two laeba twelve month 11.09 OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE REST. The paid circulation cf The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. Christianity and prosperity do not K tont'thtT ulways. ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 2 August 1906

THE RISING SON. The entertainment given by the ladles Riixllllary of Douglass Hospital was a success both from a financial and artistic standpoint. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. Remember please It'i Uie little blu we collect here end there hat enable ua to ran from year to year." LOCALS. Don't forget the City Garden every Monday evening. Go to the City Garden Monday even ing for a good time. Typhoid fever la becoming very pre valent at present. Boll your water. Miss J. W. Wilson Is expecting Mrs. Alexander and daughter from Wichita. JJIce large unfurnished room for rent at 117 West 6th street Go to the City Garden for a good time every Monday evening. Mr. David Crosthwait has returned from a visit to Nashville, Tenn. You can secure a supply of Ozona by calling on The Rising Son. The Grand Worthy Matron is visit ing with Mrs. U. F. Seales, 1319 No. 8th St. MUs Stella Wilson is quite busy this summer Instructing a class of music. Judge J. H. Guy was a guest of Mrs. M. B. Branch ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 2 August 1906

Little Mary's Bachelor Father. TY CLARENCE Simmons leaned back In his clinlr, drew a coup:- if Inns puffs from the SAeerschauin, unit snilllnn ut Ills com- fwnf.iti lin'iri V.... I T V.. t.. , ..... IWII'M II. t, IIMII. It'll lll" well that I never was very torn I of children; as a rule bachelors i rtcr are; and when a fellow like ! nr. without kith or kin. ets such i letter as I received, why. It nat rnlly takes his breath uway. Here la the precious missive Itself. Simmons presented a crumpled heet of paper, from which he read: "pear Papa: I want to se you so bad I can't wait no lunger so I am coming to se you tomorrow nlte. Peas stay at ti'itne and 1 will com bout 7 oclnk. With lots of lo. I remain, Your little Mary.' "How would you like to pet some thing like that. Tom, old boy? Wouldn't It kind of make your brenth come short fur a few seconds? Well, I Wonder! Sure, you'd stop to think, and more than that, you'd begin tig urlnn what to do with that kid when She showed up t ) see ...

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