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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 8 November 1906

. jk : TrlDk iaUAkktai&ii I PATTERNS OF PROPRIETY I By E. WASHINGTON LYNN PCNUfiSBSU PREACHING AND PRACTICE Policeman Barney Flynn bad Just settled himself for a quiet and thoughtful smoke when his wlfo In terrupted his meditations. "Barney," she said, and there was oproach In her tone, "have n't ye f'rgot something?" "Ha-ave I?" he asked, with an as Bumptlon of Ignorance, for he well knew to what she referred. "Iv coorse ye have, ye aggravatln nia-an," she answered with asperity. "M-m-m, now, what can It be?" muttered Policeman Flynn, thought fully knitting his brow. "Didn't ye dhraw ye-er sal'ry to day?" demanded Mrs. Flynn. It may be Bald here by way of explanation that Mrs. Flynn is the cashier of the family, and always has pay-day marked on the calendar with red Ink. "Oho! 't is th money ye're aftherJ" exclaimed Policeman Flynn. "Ye're like all th' r-rcst It th' women. If ye-er good ma-an do be ha-avln' a bit lv th' coin In his clo'es ye're worried till ye ha-ave ye-cr ha-a...

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. — 8 November 1906

unris vood3... 'SON, .ButrinMi M&aagflr. Published Kery Week RISING SON PUBLISHINCCO -bUH5CHHTlON RATES: Mf at ni mo ma pre month.... me eeoath M farlctlr paid In adanoe 9mfrd at tht Pmit Offlc at JTsmmm Ottj, StctnA L'ioM MUtr. W. J. WASHINGTON. Asst. Editor. ns we desire to have our programs prlntod curlier t lit a your. ? nn do ho If you tracliors will only net promptly anil co-operate with us. All Who 8'll(l BllllJt'CtS will plUHO 1)1' pri'Hcnt mid prpparod at tlio time and place appointed. Have your pupils work ho that the exhibits may be In terest Inj?. Yours for a successful meeting, E. V. EMOHY, Cor. Suc'y. Correspondents wanted la esr city tnsl town in till state. Write ua. - All news matter Intended t t pub lication should reach our office not la tor than Tiusdav, of each week and Butt be (finned by the writer not for publication, but a guarantee of auth ntlclty. FFIOIi-No. 117 Weat 8lit. Konwas City, Mo. Act vertialrif RnUi, or oaa taflb. one tnaertlon f M ' on loch, ...

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. — 8 November 1906

THE RISING SON. Remember plea It's tbe little blu we collect here una Here bat enable us to run from year to year." LOCALS. Mrs. Elmer Jackson, 193C Tracy Is on tbe sick list. Rev. F. Jesse Peck was called out of town this week. Mrs. Janle Kellum Johnson left this week for Warrensburg, Mo. See Dr. J. N. Birch if you wish to secure one of his new flats. Mr. Ralph Shaw, of Des Moines, Iowa la visiting in our city this week. Miss Zella Coles of St. Louts Is visit ing Miss Alberta Bailey at 1005 Agnes. National Printing Co., has moved from Cth and Delaware to 1311 Inde pendence avenue. Mrs. Brown the evangelist made an excellent talk at the 2nd Baptist church Monday night. Lawyer Phillips of Sedalla was town to attend the minstrels and supervise the football contest. Mr. Wm. T. Washington Is again with the Rising Son;; pay him your subscription and give him an ad. Serg't. Samuel Mills, U. S. A., re tired Is visiting J." Howard Clark a member of his regiment at 708 E. 17th, Prof. J. Sila...

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. — 8 November 1906

2 These Handsome Dishes The American as Host in Scottish Highlands Many Sumptuout Shooting Lodgea Over Which the Start and Stripes Float with every targe size family packago of Kuglish nioorluml and Scottish glens nro coming to luM mere nnt moro attraction for Americans and it is no uncommon t:.j,V.i a one traverses tho country to see the mam and stripes lloutlim- side by side with the Urltish Jack over some muuHuoiis nhootlng lodge- .which in peonlrd liy Americans. During tl.e shootini; season these places are e nters of social activities and an Inner court, and often quaint stairways and secret passages. High ('litre Castle, the. Scotch homo of Mrs. (icorgo Cavendish Hentlnck, who was Miss Livingston, of Slant sburg, N. Y., Is a splendid specimen of the school. Some one hns said that In I union you meet the best people, hut do tiot sco them at their best. In Scotland this is not the case. In the Highland?- one lJLU Worked in Tilo Matting. In which the Americans shine as hosts l as...

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. — 8 November 1906

a Russia's Progress as a Wheat Producing Country Cooditiona Which Hinder Her Becoming Dangerous Competitor for World' Market. IF i Tho vast whl belt of Russia has Ten rise t? startling speculation as tho possibilities of the tounjry pro wling tho world's supply of wheat nd putting the American farmer radically oat of the business of rowing that cereal, and It Is easy to gure out that with her 49,070,000 teres of wlieat land, exclusive of fast Acreage In Asiatic Russia, she jtould end sliould produce nearly a billion and n half busliola of wheat jtacb yiw. And then let tho Indus kious statistician figure out that with present rate of Increase of the -heat acreage it will not be many ears before she, will have doubled hie acreage devoted to this crop, and Russia as a competitor In the wheat market of the world looms up Irre futable. Russia Is Increasing each year her vheut area at the expense of the ye. In the ten years from 1894 to 904 It was increased 42.27 per cent., 0 only 5.83 pe...

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. — 8 November 1906

t? WATCH ENGINE RUN STUDENTS' PATH OF LEARNING MADE EASY. Oevlce at Columbia University by Whli All Part of a Locomo tivt In Action Can Be Stud led in Workshop. From tho foot of tho maud stairs Iraitlni; tip to tho library of Columbia university wo pass round to tl left of thq gront library ami come to the rntranr-n of the school of engineering. We find here lecture Moms, labora tories, drawing rooms and museums, and in connection with these school detriments la n pattern shop, a -ur,.'!-) Htnl machine shop In fart, rrerythlng n young man needs In aniitig to bo a Hrst-class engineer. Am go clow nstalrs and enter a line, targe shop, and there, on Its track, stands a passenger lor.unollvo, tho Columbia Just such a grand follow as Kipling's engine hero in hia story entitled "O.ntiT." Hero Is a locomotive turned school master. We walk round the grand old fellow and stand before tho great driving wheels. Mere we are at the rdee of a deep pit in the floor. In It we no' ti pair of massive ...

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. — 15 November 1906

If Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME XI. LINCOLN INSTITUTE NOTES. Farmers' Convention at Lincoln In stitute. President Allen Empha sizes the Value of Agricul tural Pursuits For the Negro. The Fifth Farmers' Convention at Lincoln Institute was held Friday, November 9, 190C. President Allen's annual address was a masterly effort and presented a strong plea fur agricultural pursuits and attendant Industries as the bed rock In the development of the negro, or, indeed of any primitive race, and upon this bod rock should be placed the professions, the arts and slences. Farmer Ahrnm Jackson of Roone county brought an excellent exhibit of agricultural products from his farm near Brown's Station and with far , mer Logan of Calloway county gave almost Interesting account of their struggles from humble beginnings to the present day when they own large and well stocked farm with fruit-bearing orchards and other accessories of , proggresslve farming. Various counties of the state were, ...

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. — 15 November 1906

mm A MONUMENT FOR A HEROINE OF ROMANCE CRANBERRIES FROM BOG TO DELICIOUS JELL Y n. Women of America to Erect a Statue to Pocahontas In the Etete of Virginia. How the Annual Crop of Million Bushels Is Crown and Picked. ' Tf( TE LI I DTI HE PUNISHES THE DUDE. American women are to lienor the lirst r ;i t American woman. It may sound strange to refer to Pocahontas, tin- Indian maiden, an tlio Hint great American woman, und ct to such ili: tincilon certainly history entitles her, and a handsome monument in to be ereeti'.l to her honor In Virginia. The beautiful story of early Vir ginia 1st one of the world's classics. Artists have pictured that, dramatic Bcene when the 12-year old daughter of I'owh.itun Inlerposi I her body be tween that of Smith and tlie war lub that hung over him. ready to deal the ib-atli blow. That, wan only a little short of I'.OO years ago, and Pocahontas, who dlil timet' for the settlers of the new woi M. has waited long for her me morial stone, hut justice will ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 15 November 1906

CITY IS EXPANDING MATERIAL GROWTH OF WASH INGTON 8HOWN. Fruit vH will not atntn good rlverl ith MTXAM FADELESS DYES, and tbo colors ra bright,nnd faet. If a woman laughs at a man's joket it's because he Isn't her husband. Millions of Dollars Being Expended on the Extension of Sewer and . Water Facilities In the National Capital. In the recent summary given by Commissioner Macfarland dT the needs of the District of Columbia, which were to be called to the atten tion of congress at the coming ses sion, were two which might be looked upon as Illustrative of the expansion of the material Interests of the city. The first of these was the exten sion of the sewer system to the suburbs, and the second was the need for the duplication of the aqueduct, which brings the water of the Poto mac to Washington. It ts well known, for the reason that swell a largo pro portion of the Inhabitants now live outside of the old municipal limits, that the original sewtr system has already benn so mach exten...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 15 November 1906

The Rising Son. VM. T, M:tn:u WASHINGTON, ;! it 11 1 IMHnr. HISINOSON HUBLISHINGCO f-MJKsCKUTlON UATES: pmf r M 1.1 moai.ti. ie ire uuintn IS BIUBUI U caleUj paid In adranf fatersd at the Pout Ojfic i JTaiutM Oitf, t StcmUl Via MilUr. Correspondents wanted In every city town id this male. Write us. All news matter intended t T pub UoaUloo should reach our office not la ter than Tutsday, of each week and nuit be signed by the writer nut for publication, but a guarantee of auth enticity. VFIOti-No. 117 West SUM. Kansas City, Mo. St., Advertising Rnttl, Eof owe lath, one Insertion t or on Inch, rarh eiibeequaat Insertion .) or two tartars, three mouth I.US fur two Ische. all uiontli loo fortwo loclin, nlna months 10 UO Tat two Incbaa twel.a months , It 00 OLDEST NECiRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE REST. irie paid circulation cf The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. The negro like a child will wa...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 15 November 1906

THE RISING SON. HORACE MARSHALL, Solicitor. Rem ember pleane It's tbe little biu we collect here ana Here tnt enublei u to run from J( r to year." LOCALS. Go to Sam Chandler's new place 11214 E. Cth. See Dr. J. N. Birch If yoil wish to secure one of hla new flats. Charles Wilson Is the Son's adv. solicitor. Let him have your ad. Pantheon Club will be entertained at 1529 Park. Anna H. Jones will lecture. National Printing Co., has moved from Cth and Delaware to 1311 Inde pendence avenue. Serg't. Samuel Mills, U.( S. A., re tired Is visiting J. Howard Clark a member of his regiment at 708 E. 17th. Prof. J. Silas Harris one of Kansas City's best principals was appointed to vacancy as principal of Sumner school. Mrs. F. J. Weaver will have an em broidery contest for benefit of the Phyllis Weatley Art Club, Dec. 15, at 911 Oak. For piano and furniture moving and express, call Geo. Jones, Home phone, 5185 Main. Packing, Shipping and storage. Phone your news to the Rising Son, with an orde...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 15 November 1906

i NDORSEWODD PAVIHG 1 -,sittra FOR CATARRH OF THE Headthroat ULUNGSSTCMACH PIDNEYS.BUDDER jd"l AND Hi A Positive CURE Ely's il quickly absorbed. Ci.es Relief at Onto. (he d.susr.i liraui1. CI cure Kvrps rivryir ." UK 111. 1: lim n Ca-1 FAILURES DUE TO FOOR FOUN DATIONS, SAY EXPERTS. Experiments In Many Cities Being Watched with Great Interest Precautions Urged Agjinst Decay. Washington. Despite the unfavor able experience of many cities, the bureau of forestry of the government mainiaiin that paving blocks cf wood make a very satisfactory and economical Btr?et If adequate founda Hull are laid and If proper precau tions ag.ilnst decay are taken. The government forest expert say that tho fallu-es of the past have occurred lieeaii.se round cedar blocks were used, without precauti.ins against de cay and without a salhcieiitly strong foundation. The forestry bureau Is now con ducting an experiment which will bo far toward deriding which woods are best. The progress of tile experiment can...

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 November 1906

EVEN TO THE THIRD AND FOUDTH GENEMTION IN THE ARMY AND W&Ya Nearly all the people of the army And navy have history back of them. Tholr own sons are representative! of thnlr distinguished aires passing through adolescence to the same rank and equal or higher honors. Some times, In fact most times, they miss It But enough of them attain rank and place to hold their families In distinctly position, and we have pre sented to our social life two phases of persistently recruited aristocracy the army and the navy. It Is quite reasonable that admirals should beget captains and that gener als should be the stein upon which colonels and majors grow; but In our American service they bud perenni ally. Not Infrequently they give new luster to the family tree, more often they do not, and like lln.'js of a great oak whose stock Is established, they are only branches whose source of existence is the splendid trunk that holds them up. The civil war broke up many lines that had been previously m...

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 November 1906

WATCH ENGINE RUN STUDENTS' PATH OF LEARNING MADE EASY. Oevlcs at Columbia University by Wh;fi All Parts of a Locomo tive in Action Can Be Stud ied in Workshop. Vrom tln funt of the grand stairs Irnilinn up to tho library of Colunilila Halved sity e pass round to tin- left of tho great library ami come to tlip entrance of the school of fimiucoriug. Wo I'm. I hero locturo r.om, labora tories, drawing rooms ami museums, niiil in connection with these school dor.; tmetits la a pattern shop, n Ti.1 ami uinrbitu' shop In fact, rrerythiiig a yoiinu' man needs In "truing to be a liistclnss engineer. A" un dnwnst.iii . an. I enter a tine, urge shop, anl there, on Its (rack, stands a l ass. tiui r locomotive, the Columbia - l ist such a grand follow us Kipling's engine hero in his stoif entitled ii. ii.i;. ' Here is a locomotive turned sehool Inasler. We walk round the isrntnl old fellow and s'and bi tote the ureat drhlni: wheels. II. re we are at the edge of a d"ep pit itl the Moor. In it we...

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 November 1906

4 i j i 4 M. A It Payj tO Adyprtlso In the Rising Son VOLUME XI. LINCOLN INSTITUTE NOTES. Beneficial results of the Farmers' convention are already appearju In possibilities of an appropriftff for conducting these institutes V Al len has planned. Also he h&f 'Jn" vltod to address several agiTal bodies In which similar work Is con ducted. dne of these Invitations comes from Ontario, Canada; another from the Sunflower Agricultural as sociation of Kansas of which Mr. Groves is. president. Dr. Allen has received several Invitations to address literary bodies in the east, west, north and south, but will be able to ake no dates later than January tlrsH. be cause of the session of the Missouri legislature. Dr. BusMrk, a noted lecturer from .Indiana, acdpmpanled by Mrs. Hen ry, whose, -Otsband, Hon. Jesse' Henry for for ny years president of the board- of regents, visited the school last week and made a most Inspiring talk to the faculty and sudents aKfm bled. f4 Mr. William Hunton, nat...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 22 November 1906

FROM "PRINTER'S DEVILS" TO NATIONAL PROMINENCE LADDER OF FAME Men Whose Names Now Are Household Words to Millions Commenced Life as Humble Assistants to the Village Editor Mark Twain and Horace, Greeley Shining Examples, William Dean lle-wolls th nanio lls t mind At nee "A Modern In stance" and "The Rise of Silas I.np ham." books that nearly all have .read with groat pleasure. Hut how ninny know of tho d..ys of Ions hours that Howolls put In working as a "printer's devil?" Krom "printer's devil" to worldwide renown Is a Ions step; not only n Ion step, but a succession of days and weeks and years of hard and tmremittlns toll. Many a man has lain down at night unknown outside of his Immediate circle of acquaintances and awakened in the morning to find himself famous. Not so, however, with the "printer's devil," that lad of all-work around a printer's office. He must work hard and lonp. nnd his promotion comes slowly. His Js not the cleanest work there Is. for he must clean the type, w...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 22 November 1906

HE RESISTS ' The man with the high . silk hat and the fat cigar was tha one who put temptation In the way of Policeman Barney Flynn. This man had been auccessful aa a politician In a minor way, and be realized that there were lements of strength In tha resourceful conscientious little policeman who was well and favorably known to virtually veryone In the ward. Furthermore, he was looking for some one to run against an old political enemy. "Why don't you enter the alder manlc race?" he asked one day. "Go 'way, now; go 'way from 'me," returned Policeman Flynn, waving his arms to keep the man at a distance. "Ye ha-ave th lllmints Iv th conta gion about ye, an' I'll take no cha-ances." "What contagion?" demanded the politician. "Tlf contagion It seek In' office," answered Policeman Flynn. "Oho! 'tis a ter'ble thing fr to ca-atch, an' th' cure fr it is not to be found this aide Iv th' gra-ave. T Is like th' pyum habit, only 'tis wor-rse. It dr-rags ye down an' down till ye think th' city...

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 November 1906

The Rising Son. , VM. T. WASHINGTON. Miimurr nnil Keillor. Published Eery Week RISING SON PUBLISHINCCO eTMUBSCKllTlON RATES: fa f M IVl mentu. i. fira inuntna 40 a Boat it Inrletl nnld In advance Inund at tht Fni Ojjlet at Kin City, m Steoid CIom Matur. Correspondent wanted In e vary city a town in thl state. Write as. All news matter Intended t T pub lication should reach our office not la ter than Tu pilar, of each week ant Butt be signed by the writer not for publication, but as guarantee of auth ntirlty, WIOIi-No. M7 West Slitr. St Ksniss City, Mo. Advertising Rta, for one lh, on Ina.rtloo M ot on loch, noh aaliaaqu.nt Insertion. JU or two iBchra, tnrve moaih t.O f ir two Inch., nil month 100 for two Inch, nine month 10 00 ? two laebe twelve month II 0Q OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE RFST. fhe paid circulation cf The Rising Son is more tban double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. We are suppnrtlni; deservlna; a...

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 November 1906

THE RISING SON, HORACE MARSHALL, Solicitor. Remember pi ease It ' tn little bita we collect here ana t lere t at enable! ua to run from year to year." LOCALS. See Dr. J. N. Birch If you wish to secure one of bis new flats. Mr. W. J. Harris, of 1330 E. 16th has returned from Nebraska. Eliza Jessee will rent you at 1118 Campbell, rear. Give trial. room her a National Printing Co., has moved from 6th and Delaware to 1311 Inde pendence avenue. Mr. Will Cornle of 1417 Cherry, died the early part of this week. A widow survives him. Mr. Nelson C. Crews entertained the Hon. Oscar Do Priest, county commis sioner of ChlfcBgo. Mr. De Priest Is one of the big negroes of this country, having been twice reelected to this po sition at a salary of $4,000 per annum. The following men were present: Prof. J. Silas Harts, Lawyer L. A. Knox, Lawyes Calloway and W. C! Hueston.'Dr. T. C. Unthank and V. T. Washington, Prof. Herrlford. J. r Chastlne, Timothy Cooper, Elmer Jackson, Dr. T. C. Chapman. The exe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 22 November 1906

kygM AG AZ1 N eLi IRONING CUPBOARD List? ' L ARTICLE AMATEUR CAR PENTER CAN MAKE. Con- erient for Stowing Awiy c;uisites fop Getting Up Fine Linen and Lace Takes Up Little Space. Re- be ar. Tb w, of " ;.-:i.iroiir carpenter should not ri I with making only pretty .';:i.i:i i':it;il things for lur house. are Innumerable articles of use V. win come well within the scope workmanship, and for provid- CyFuri law gspju!rtfl3ff? llfsP- i n nr AfiiaCTirriTTi'r i i fcw Two-thirds of this cupboard must be reserved for the little Ironing table, which Is the most Important Item In the whole concern. It Is pro vided at one end with a couplo ol clamps, which can bo hooked Into sockets llxed anywhere to the wall ot to the end of a table, to keep it quite steady, while, beneath the othet rounded end Is a trestle screwed on with a hinge, so as to enable It to be folded tip when not In use. The top should be covered with a tightly stretched flannel or cloth, and then, with the addition of a tub of ho...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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