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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 22 November 1906

r4 I .lj .'f'S .v. INSOMNIA CURED Or. Williams' Pink Pills Reetors Wrecked Narva to Normal Cen aitlen and Good Haalth Fellowad. The sufferer from sleeplessness too of ten resorts to habit-forming drugs in order to secure the coveted rest. Bat sleep obtained by the use of opiates is not refreshing, and the benefit is bat temporary at bent. Mr. H. A. Fletcher, of 69 Blodfret street, Mandbenter, N. II., is liTing etU dence of the truth of this statement. She says: "I received a shock of an apopleotio character. It was so severe that the sight of my right eye was af fected, canning me to see objects doable. I was confined to my bed about four weeks, at one time being told by the doc tor that I coald not get well. When I conld leave my bed I was in such a ner voos state that I conld not sleep at night. X woaldcct np and sit on a chair until completely tired out and then go back to bed and sleep from exhaustion. " I bad been nnder the doctor's car for sis weeks when my sinter, Mrs. Lovcln...

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 November 1906

WATCH ENGINE RUN TO TEST FABRICS. STUDENTS' PATH OF LEARNING MADE EASY. Oevlce at Columbia University by 1rVh!i All Parti of a Locomo tive in Action Can Be Stud ied in Workshop. From the fiMt of the rand Mnlrs Ir-Jiilim; up to tln library of CnlninUia iiivi-i sity wo pan round to tin left of tin- great library anil come to the entrance (if tin school nf engineering. We tlml lit'iv lecture rooms, labora tories, drawing rooms and museums, and in ( onncction with these school detriments is a pattern shop, a f, and machine simp In fact, rei vthlng a joum: mhn needs in rniiii: to a ti: st-cl.iss engineer. tt" go dowe iairs and outer a lino. 'ro shop, "irtli tlii ii'. on Its track, tumls a passenger locomotive, the Columbia just mm li a grand follow as Kiplitiu's engine ln'io in liis story entitled "O.uOT."' Here Is a locomotive turned school master. We walk round the grand old fellow and stand before tbe great driving wheel. Hi re wo are at the rdiie of a deep I; in (tie floor. In It me ...

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. — 6 December 1906

t I r ' i I!' ' i n M 1 1 1 1. "'Ml is 8 1 (PS- 3 'A 1 i.i Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME XI. NOW LET WAR BE WAGED AGAINST CLUBS AND GAMBLING DENS WHERE NEGRO YOUTHS ARE HURLED TO DE STRUCTION. The republican Judges have been elected . to every bench, except the criminal bench. .What will they do to perpetuate their claims In the coun ty and city. In this community are some negro Institutions that are hell holes and the most damnable places for the downfall of young boys ami girls. There is only one club at this writing that is exempted from this campaign and that is the Waiters Cat ering Association at 1223 Baltimore a place for the gathering, of all the waiters and railroad porters who wish for a place to stay while they are waiting for hours of watch to be gin. Now the rest of the places the Son intends with its thousands of supporters both black and white to carry on an uncompromising and un flinching campaign against them. Like Frederick Douglas, the great ne gro to...

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. — 6 December 1906

r IK t K'f W ! W M M SEEK CURE FOR DREAD DISEASE Eminent Surgeons in Brilish Institution Experiment on Mice in Effort to Find Preventive or Remedy That Will Check Spread of Cancer in Human Race. London. Mire Are at a premium In London Just now. There Is ono place where upwards of 100,000 of the tiny rodvnta are kept "In stork." And still the cry is for more. This la the head quarters of the Imperial Cancer Re search Fund, which Is established in a large building adjoining the Savoy nnd Cecil hotels on the Thames em bankment, with which nil American visitors to London are familiar, writes Maynard Kvans, In the New York Tress. The porter nt the entrance of this building lias never been known to turn a mouse awa; . Anything in th mouse line, from t! o wild iiId creature un used to city ways to the sleek, while sophisticated variety, in acceptable at the Hi searc h li n t ! 1 1 ri r. If you lumpen to bo broke nnd want 10 cents p'.l you have to do Is to catch a mouse and take him up to t...

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. — 6 December 1906

V. EmLISHMpfENMHI The Price of a Kiss S. .X, 4 )4 i a. if i if. : '''St . I - HE GUARDS How Policeman Barney Flynn hap pened to be put on "crossing duty" was a mystery to every man on the force, but why he was taken off was well known to all of them. The "cross ing men" are usually large and of Im posing presence, while Flynn Is small and would not attract the attention of anyone who did not know of his prowess. But he wus given the work, nevertheless. "'Tls me size," he said by way of explanation. "Th' big ma-an Is a fine thing on para-ade, hut f'r wor-ry glvd me th' little felly Ivery time. Th big ma-an can hold up his shtick an' get pa-ay with th dhrlvers, hut 'tis th' lit tle felly that dodges In an' pulls th lost chlldher out of har-rm's wa-ay. Ye'll always find It so. Did ye nlver hear that th most val'able goods comes In th' 8hmalleat packages? . 'Tls a fac. What ye get at th' 99-clnt bay zaar has to go home In a dhray, an' what Is ray-preslnted be th' Ave hun derd dollars ye...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 6 December 1906

The Rising Son. W.M. T. WASHINGTON, Manauci' it ml Kill t nr. Published Eery Week HI9INOSON PUBLISHINGCO TBOBSCHIITION RATES: f T.r . mm III IKMiua t It vh nomas M a. Moata If arletly paid In advance lmUrd at the Pnt Offirt l K twi Oil J, m Seoot.4 C'kvu MtMnr. MR. LEWIS WOOD SEVERS HIS CONNECTION WITH THE RIS ING SON. Extends Gratitude to Friends and the Public after a Career of Ten Years. Correspondents wanted Id e vary city III town in this state. Write as. All news matter Intonded r pub lication should reach uur office not la ser than Tu soar, of each week ant Bust be signed by the writer nut for publication, but ax guarauwe of auth flttelty. FFICIt-No. 117 West Slitt. Kansas City, Me. Ad vertiaiiiu Rntee. for l.cti. oo. tn.rtton M at one Incn h iilwiufit In.crttoo HI or ten lar In, ihr. nmuib I US FottWO lCh, til DXIBtll 100 ir TWO IDCDf 4, Bltld DUDIIH IV IV MtwuiarbM le.jY. uooiht 11 ao OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, j TWICE ALL THE REST. i"he paid circulation cf Th...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 6 December 1906

THE RISING SON, HORACE MARSHALL, Solicitor. v. , Remember please ,'lt' the little bits we collect here end t ire I Viat eouble u. to run from year to year." LOCALS Miss Lula Bradford Is In the city j ?on a visit from Wichita. vi See Dr. J. N. Birch If you wish to i IxBccure one of his new flats. At this writing Prof. S. R. Bailey our veteran principal Is very low. The negro like a child will wait for the Republicans to do their duty by us. Eliza Jessee will rent you a room at 1118 Campbell, rear. Give her u rlar. Miss Edna V. Russell Is doing fine ."With her music, she will be an expert jplayer. ':V Iiet some one read In the Rising ' Bon what you are doing in business ikr snrlotv V7- yl The negro undertakers are doing the . Bulk of the negroe s burying and the , Son Is glad of It. 'Mrs. J. M. Reed, of Excelsior Springs, ' In the cltv accomnanvlnc her 1)4 ai, V ... m . -w i'.V, (MblllCI LJ. IT. 1J1CTI Ul IlUlUllll'll, W. I'.anpioyment urtice or Kansas city. f. ' Kin., a call In searc...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 6 December 1906

((0ry$m fpRESENT STATUS OF IRRI-1 l-SP ! CATION ON THE NILE lJf c J! W,' ( ( . 7 III Afl.- A-.., i.;rJ r , IS " V ' " I V i II . IV I Latest Sty it n - Old Ideals Have Departed E4RLY MARRIAGES ARE LONGER POPULAR. NO 4t:r.ietiors of Bachelor Life in Large Measure Responsible for Changed Conditions Excessive Cau tion Among Young Folks. BY MARGARET E.. SANGSTER. I if .somebody win) lived nn this planet j year.' ago could return and walk, ! in titisiis'x ctrii observer, through our r, idem cities, inn- iif tlif first notes 1 :nl I make in hid tablets would bo , the effect tl::it people longer j married In their early twenties. In tns day he would remember, with a ! futzlcd shake of Bpfcl ral head, that! the wedding bell.-i rani; for girls of 16 , ind boys of. 19 respectively, und that 3U( h marriages' were.1 (.'(.milium aud a matter of fours". Lxcept In primitive communities, .ipart front the beaten tracks of eivill ral ion. Kills and hoys do not now mar rv and takr on themselves the re...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 6 December 1906

TH RATE IS LOW JkSHINGTON BY NO MEANS AN 1 UNHEALTHY CITY. ement Made In Memphis. Nawa- paper la Not Warranted By I Facta Comparaa Favorably r I With Othar Big Cltlaa. "Heps have been taken In the dls Jt health department to disprove 1 unjust charges printed In the hIngton correspondence of the nphls, Tcnn., News-Sclmltar that ehlngton la probably the most fcalthy city In tbe country." Aa J as this statement was brotiRht to by the receipt at the District .Atns of a letter from R. H. Horn 31 of Vlcksburg. Miss., In whlcii t Memphis clipping was enclosed, commissioners declared that the 4 -Tespondent who was responsible i t the story had written completely t ,tslde the facts. In the health department there was 1 I hoBltancy In offering for pcmsal ' United States census office re-yta,- which nro as nearly correct ns Han skill can make them, In which as shown that Memphis, the city Which the story of the unhealthful !tf I of the capital was exploited, can ) m an average death rate only ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 6 December 1906

WATCH ENGINE RUN STUDENTS' PATH OF LEARNING MADE EASY. Oevice at Columbia University by Whiin All Partt of a Locomo tive In Action Can Be Stud ied in Workshop. Prom tl: font ,nf tlio cr.iml stiilrs loiiilnm ii; to llic litirary of ('oluniliia u:iin sity o ).iss rntind to Hie left of the ci'"t litn:ii y and cotne to the eliiraiice of the school of tMiidhi'riiliU. Wo liml lu re lecture rooms, Intinru t.'.ieji. (irawjtii; room and museum, mi l in rontiec tion with these st liool ii"' iiiinviils Is a pattern shop, a !i and mai hitie 1h 111 fnet, 'rj thing n oui;4 man needs In lining to lie a liist class eimlueer downstairs ami enter a tine, ii? shop, ami there, on Its traek. stand a passenger loeomotivn. the I'nlumbia just such a stand follow a Kipliim's l imine hem in his story intitled ti.iiiiT." Here is a locomotive turned school masti r. We walk round the trand old tellow and h'and hetote the Krt-at dritir.i; wheels. Here we are at the clue of a d'p pit in the tlnor. In It we se a p...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 15 December 1906

(V- r I 3 1 :1 - vr '.5 ;.1 it j i-. ? '3, 1 it Pays to Advertise In the Rising Gon VOLUME XI. PROF. R. W. FOSTER, WHO BE CAUSE OF HIS LONG 8UCCE8S FUL CAREER AS HEAD OF THE DOUGLAS SCHOOL 8HOULD BE NAMED FOR PRINCIPAL. SHIP OF THE LINCOLN SCHOOL. Of all the candidates (or principal of Lincoln School, Prof. R. V. Fos ter, stands out conspicuously preem inent. First, because of his long suc cessful career as principal of Douglas School. Second, because of his fitness and years of experience for such a jKMltlon. Third, because of being one of the greatest disciplinarians in the negro schools of this state. Fourth, because he is not seeking the office but letting the office seek the man. The Son is supporting Prof. Foster, for this position because he Is deserv ing of it. As a niunly negro he hus always stood out prominently for his race. On every public question con cerning his people ho has always been on the right side. As a father of a large family he has so raised his children tha...

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 December 1906

4& matteks For the Shopping Tour. 'RETTY PURSE EASILY WORKED IN CROCHET. Work of a Few Idle Minutes Will Resu't in a Useful and Ornamental Adjunct to the Out of Door Toilet. Tli;f pretty purse cnHly worked. 1:; I ti.-iy lc made In purse itk (if ! ay coi r. 1 ho lower part Is com- P-v-'mI of small brass rings the size Shown In illustration. They nro .iikci with double stitches In cro ('ii't. Work us many doubles as will nor the rlriK closely; 3-' lings aro LIGHT COLORS FOR WINTER. Pa'e Tinted Gowns Strictly In Order For the Street. It re;illy looks as though every wo rn iii woulil lie compelled to have oin? pule dress for winter wear in Iho 'reels. There Is something so clo giintly smart, about the pale tinted gown. H looks new ami It carries with it an uir of luxury which the birk colored dross does not always Ikivo. Then, beside these points. It Is very becoming to almost everybody anil there aro lew who can ignoro these things. "It would surprise you," said n mod lite, "were y...

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. — 15 December 1906

LOBBY FABLE LASTS ELIEF DEEPLY ROOTED IN THE COUNTRY." That Moneyed Interests Retain Rep resentatives at the Capitol to Corrupt Statesmen Is Fixed Idea. The advance guard of the People's Lobby has arrived In Washington. Its members are familiarizing themselves with the looks of the capltol, the Washington monument, the Smithson ian Institution and the Botanical Oar dens. The People's Lobby Is based In part upon a belief that Is firmly fixed and widespread among a certain class of people throughout the United' States, namely, that Washington Is littered and clustered with "lobbyists for big Interests" while congress Is in session. This belief Is a curious instance ol how tenacious of old stories a certain element of the American population Is. Dellef In the perennial existence of a big Washington lobby is a sort of tradition. A great many yean ago. and especially during the period Ira mMllately following too cival war, there were a few well-known high liv ers) in Washington who had t...

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. — 15 December 1906

The Rising Son. YM. T. WASHINGTON, IMltor mill Owner. OtTii o I K. Twi 1ft h St. rbllshe(J Eery Wre RISINOSON PUBLISHINCCO rBOBSCHHTlON RATES: rj an In DMauaa It fir, montaa at aa aiuala IS Strictly aald tn adranoa fttterMl U (A Port Offlrt i Itnnu OUj, m Stcoiui (,'Uitt If attar. Correspondents wanted la rtry city ta4 town id thin state. Write or All news matter Intended I r pub lication should reach our office not li ter than Tutelar, of each week and Butt be signed by the writer not for publication, but m guarantee of auth enticity. I-: ist liiy. VCilIlr...S AdvcrtialiiH Rwtaa, Ear 0a laflh. ob laaartlua I H or odc Inch, raeh (a.qu.nt Inacrtloa J ur two tachra, Ihrve monib I.OS foflwolichM.m montii loo For two lai-baa, nlna montba ICOO vmr l rtwglacaaa ta.lva aiuolht it or ELDEST NECiRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE RFST. "i"he paid circulation cf ThiE Rising Son is more Chan double thtombincd circu- Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. Nilson I'nws. as one .if ftim...

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. — 15 December 1906

Botel X77'o,lter-a Journal EXoliaay Edition. the Bisma SON, JOHN T. MORELANP, Solicitor. Remember please It's the little bit! we collect here nna 1 ire tint enable! ui to run from year tu year." LOCALS. The negro like a child will wait for the Republicans to do their duty by us. Eliza JesHee will rent you a room at 1118 Campbell, rear. Give her a trial. . 1et some one rend in the Rising Son what you are doing in business or society. The Kensington Art Club will have its next meeting at Mrs. Harvey Wells til 5 E 10th St. The negro undertakers are doing the bulk of the negroe's burying and the Son is glad of it. Mrs. Dan Willis spent Monday af ternoon as the guest of Mrs. Harvey wells of G15 E. 10th. Mis. Emma Kennedy, has returned from Omaha, Neb., and will spend the winter In Kansas City. Any one desiring to buy a fine square piano for $40 please call M, at the office of the Rising Son. lt Judge Harry G. Kyle give cer tain negro clubs a couple of $500 fines, and watch them go into t...

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 December 1906

CRIME IN OUR LARGE CITIES FILLING UP THE CANADIAN WEST. Gossip from Gotham. lid tf News Gathered in tie Metropolit by Our Correspondent' Young GoulJ Shunned by Fellow SluJenti Suburban Cottage Displacing Flats An Expensive Drill Floor. comes up for a flve-cont fare in the subway. When the freshmen needed a hell badly for Its crew young Gould i::ivo the ftiuo necessary for It. Ho gives to everything liberally, but not ostentatiously. Hut he was persistently snubbed. He concluded to try the experiment of leftitiR Ms follow students haze him. So one evenit'i? he was reported to the 'i:;.nK A vender," a sic.it society of hazers. numbering l.V They took joiiim GouM in hand and tortured him for two hours. Vming Gould came back last a 1 1 m i : 1 1 rt prepared to enjoy the distinction of Ileitis hini-c If a sophomore and bavins the fun i f I:. Instead he found nothing but fros'y ,?i.ii:cf.t. An oillcial public studen' ostracism was already awaliiug for him. There a society in Columbia call...

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 December 1906

73 J7."" vWmim&SK HE TALKS OF POLICE METHODS. frr , I RAtiStN DRYHO mMmms ,. J8L.m STAM COMBINED HARVESTER Will we ever weary of the story of California's gofden harvests? In the state's 150 miles of breadth and her thousand miles of extent are to be found very nearly every conceivable product of the soil. It Is some 50 years since the whole world was ring ing with the startling tales of tho great gold discoveries in California, and at that time the country had little other Industry than pastoral pursuits. After the first gold fever had some what abated Immigrants began to rec; ognlze the immense fertility of the 6011, and the era Of the great wheat farms commenced, many of them be ing from 10,000 acres to 60,000 acres in extent Some of these still remain, though the tendency now Is to divide these big holdings and Invite settle ment by small farmers, fruit raisers and cattlemen. On such big areas as these wheat farms wholesale methods are imperative, and harvesting can only be ...

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 December 1906

"A Small Insight Into tht Condition of tht Negro Since the Death of Wm. McKlnley. At Hip clrnth of Win. McKlnloy Ne vntv hunt; llii lr hond niul went thru tin- Mtn-1'tM cnUm that ml.l not k- aii"tlnT i!'Miili'iit to fill his place in it'Citrds to liU iittituiU' toward the Ni-mo. Hut .-m this world rocs huat linis on uTi'iit men from the thcntci of lift', equally mm prt'at iiit'ii anno to takt their place. TiiimpitiK In the foot.st;is of Wm. McKinlcy caino Thoidon1 Koostovclt with his Kplcndld princlpli'.' of man tio'i.l and his luoad expansive view of tho Net: ru and his trials. No man i.- perfect, for If they wero there would be no use in the making. 1'nder J'ri'.-iident Konsivlt such no croes were appointed to offices ns fo lows: I'harles W. Anderson, of New York, as collector: Lewis, as a!:tin 1'nit, ,1 Stairs district At torney of Itonton: Cnim. of Charles t 11 : W. T. Vernon, as I'ni'ed States KesisTar 'f Treasury; Iir. Furnish as resident ininister to H.iytl. unil a U'r.i'er n...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 22 December 1906

1 Pay to Advertleo In the Main Con VOLUME XI. J. fe. LESTER. On of Kansas City's Most Prom in rtt Bueineee Man. The subject of this sketch Mr. J. B. Looter was a native of Tennessee but later moved to Iowa where he was reared. He attended the public school a in that state and on becoming of age he became Interested In sev eral kinds of business. Coming to Kansas City six years ago he entered Into the business arena and proved a conquering success. Mr. Letter be came engaged In the Barber business, owning np a rlace at 557 Grand. He has always been a promoter of things that are a benefit to his race. During the six years of his business carreer Mr. Lester has succeeded in acquiring a shop containing four ele gant barber chairs, three new pool ta bles and four modern bath tubs." His shop Is an up-to-date place, being pa tronized by a class of negroes who be lieve in assisting their race in busi ness. Mr. Lester shows his progressive spirit by -the accumulation of property and becoming...

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 December 1906

Right Use of Cosmetics. lir',"-"."1 , . One of i1k unique features of the coming .Jamestown exposition will be the display of the great Dismal Swamp j to visitors. Tin? management of the : exposition is planning for n water serv ice wlilch will enable those who wish to do so to penetrate the 1 .000 square miles of wild scenery comprised with in this almost worthless sort Ion of Virginia und North Carolina. And In preparing for this feature of the expo tilt ion, the management declares that the word dismal Is a misnomer. Kverybody. of course, at on time or mother has heard of the Dismal Swamp. Over 100 years ago Thomas Moore, the Irish poet, made a wonder ful ballad about It, Immortalizing a lady in a white canoe, the opaqueness of the mystery of the swamp, the un ending search theie of an unhappy lover. Moore's poem was full of weird beauty; perhaps to it are traceable many of the customary impressions of the country. Moore sang: "Away to Hip IMpinnl Sw-iunp Iih spi'i'iln; lliH path...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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