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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 26 June 1903

2 1 A I J 1 1 I I 4 Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son V0LUME1VIIT. The Far-seslng Police. An old naval Joke has been resur rected In South Africa. According to a newspaper there a beggar has been Rolng about Heaufort, Cape Col ony, soliciting alma, and declaring among other thing that he bad a horse shot under him at Trafalgar, which wan, of course, a naval battle. "The police," says the paper, "be lieve he Is an Impostor." Destroying Brown-Tall Moth. The offer of rewards by a newspaper In 8alem. Mass., for the collection of nests of the brown-tall moths was so effective that within two weeks 140, Z15 nests were brought In. One lad collected 19,214 nests and won the first prize. $23. The next largest number was 18.344. for which the second prize, 1S, was paid. Give Up Bicycle Manufacturing. Owing to the remarkable decline of bicycles In popularity and demand the Remington Arms compary. one of the largest producers tn New York, has discontinued manufacturing them. A quantity of spe...

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. — 26 June 1903

1 J HAS SPENT FORTUNE TRYING TO FORGET AMERICAN GIRL Capt. Roper'Curzon Dissipates His Patri mony in Vain Elfort to Undo the Chains Forged by Cupid Now Ready to Begin Life Anew Cart. Arthur Krle Facet Ropcr-Our-inn has spent $.:'. o"ii in America In thru' years living to forget uti Ameii car. slrl. He Is a peer nan. having dissipated the Inst pcni:v . f his ir.I.i ritanee. nnd he is l ow g itig to l tin ;!' anew. He U !.i i; i,i a family thnt iraces Its Kro.li:. hack to t!io time of Henry III. The h. a-! of it have bull peers cf nrt'ai.'! f-r ;:" years. Arthur lliic lac t K ipor-Citron was a you'h of experience when h firt tr.i t Viss Va: lente Cwyniie, n!t.o'ii:!i lie only twenty-three, j His 1 ::!!; and the allowance Liven him I t a r !i ai-.d l.h n'"i;:!ai t i Ms A:t;i r;. an swc. : :, ii- father. gave i t t:i it i. . Me met ;'.i ar; o hoard a liliip tliat was cruising on the Mediter ranean. Miss (Iwyrno was very lovely, nnd she had the Incy i hat in and fr. sh tess. the liv ly i...

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. — 26 June 1903

Dalhart, Texas, May 7, 1905. Dr. V. C. Combs, Kansas City, Mo.. Dear Doctor: I am doing splendidly. Send me by return mail, or better, perhaps, by the United States Express Company, $10 worth of your specific for the morphine habit. I think that amount of your great discovery and cure will cure me. Would have been off on the first small lottles if I had not got down with a low fever and a diarrhoae and while unconscious the doctors told my friends I would die unless he shot morphine into me. Ty the time I had come to myself, they had got tvo or three squirts into me. But I stopped that busincs? quick, because I no longer crave the stuff. But getting the accursed stuff into my system agiiu put me back some I think. But $10 worth more cf yohr medicine will get it out and leave some to spare. I tell the Ixiys alxmt you from my ranch in Dakoto to my home in Texas. They can't under stand my refusing to go with them into the hop joints and hit the pipe, and don't seem able t realize that ...

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. — 26 June 1903

THE RISING SON. UWlfl WOODS BuiinfM Msaatjar. Published Kvrry Work RISINOSON PUBLISHING CO irtLHSClUlT10N HATES: Oa. fear 1.1 mtiilii f uontn Ob sob to arletlf palJ In adranea Bmterd at the l't Offirt at JTanw Vitj, at .Vroi.d ( klm Mutttr. Tin1 pupul In most Instances ha born pr.!itil ahead in advance of his ability tn comprehend and master, he has n often too mn taken out of hi Knitlifh course anil put In clashes of ti-.o lanptiaticfi, and we want to say hero that the teacher and preacher In many Instances are one a.td the same. In Mime Instances the moral of these nun and women have not always measured to the golden rule. Prof. John II. .Tack son who rerved as president of Lincoln Institute very successfully for three yenrs has since Correspondent wanted In evory city jbecii in Colorado Sprints, where he held IB town id tins mate w rite us. All news matter intended for pub lloatlun should reach our ofllce not la ter thnn Ttustiay, of each week and must be signed by the writer not...

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. — 26 June 1903

THE BISH7G SOU. Win. Fairfax, Society Reporetr. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. Remember pi ease l's thr little bit we collect here an '.hire That enables ui to run from year to year." L O CAL S . picnic and dance the 2nd week In July. Miss Estelle Coles Is now in Chi cago. The next thing you do, subscribe for the Son. MIsa Nellie Banks Is at Excelsior Springs. Miss Ruby Bradshaw ! visiting In St. IjouIs. FOR RENT One furnished front room; 1401 Howard st. The Roosevelt Club rooms at 117 West 6th street, room 12. TO RENT A nicely furnished room for geneletnan. Apply. at this office. Mr. and Mrs. John Hill will soon move from Kansas City, Kas., to this side again. iDr. Lamhoght was quite sick for a few days last week, but Is up and around again. Mr. Ansul Hunn has qurchased a beautiful home in Chelsa Park in Kan sas City, Kan. A number of young people danced at the new park at the end of Rose- dale line laat evening. Rev. A. A. Gilbert and Prof. G. N Gresham and T. B. J. Robson ca...

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. — 26 June 1903

fiv Th Autumn WB sm ffV wlis voice of the autumn winl, iSyl As sad m the mourning sea. etdYv f4AJ And It sets nstir the chords ' tho harP ' mmoryt i II sen inf rnnrns nenr. i ng ""j"!. And my heart throbs nulrk again I i. yJi vitn tnn oni. oia tnrw or love, SJsTfc!Wj5fc TAfc With lis vestacy ami pain. "fjrCjly? -Clinton Scollurd In Leslie's Monthly. i n : Phantom's Warning ii About the bread hcnrlh In Its rne toiiinry mar-tier the family had assem bled after the evening nual, unit Hen ry Carroll, the i it y remain, come to the country to restore failing health, found tils first visit Into a Kentucky home not so dull ns he linil nntl'.'ipatcd. The conversation lullcil. Silence was bnkri. mily by tho ticking of the clock. Siiililenly Carroll neurit tin! faint pitapat of a galloping horse on tlie fnii ii turnpike. He walked to tlio window ov crlooUhiK tho mail, ami the sluirp nir boro tho suuud mure clearly to him. "1 wonder who that ran be. riding so vlUlly ut this tlmo of night?" be ...

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. — 26 June 1903

r CMl hi Ot Wafer I Tb ft layar of stavwatar ft mo quar ftod 100 ft dp tbar aU twn tons of chalk. THE K. C 0. ALMANAC FOR 1901 Ttaa KasJaaa City Southern Railway"! 'Almanac for 1803 la now ready for dis tribution. Farmers, stock-ralsars, fruit-growers, truck gardeners, manu facturers, merchanta and o to era seek ing ft new field of action or ft new horn at the vary lowest prices, ran ob tain reliable Information concerning Southwestern Missouri, the Cherokee and Choctaw Nations In the Indian Territory, Western Arkansas, Eastern Texas, Northwestern Louisiana and the Coast country, and or the bualneas op portunities offered therein. Write for a copy of the K. C. 8. Al inanac and address, 8. Q. Warner, O. P. K. C. a Ry Kansas City, Mo. The apothecary actually rejoices In Che fact that most of his wares are ft drug on the market. Put your fin ger on our trade mark. Tell your dealer you want the best starch your money can buy. Insist on having the best.' DEFIANCE. It Is 16 ounces (or to ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 26 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 do, if you will help yourselves. Come and see us. Could any honest man ask for more? The house of Rhodes, Haverty & Huppe, 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 pcrple it comes again to their rescue, and offers terms upon which the most distressed sufferer can recuperate, live and be happy and hopeful. The company arises to the emergency you may do the same. All we ask is that you treat us fairly and liberal as we treat you, and we will be your friends now as in the past. Go sec for yourself. If you are in need, come and see us at once. We will spare the time to wait on you and supply your wants for we are bound to agree. T ME FLOOIM A. 0. ftHO0CtMtistir? k.HMPPX cettft mtSmm ...

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. — 3 July 1903

V, 15 If Pays to Advertise in the Rising Son VOLUME VIII. BUFKIN-JORDAN WEDDING. The mcut beautiful wedding In the history of St Augustine Mission was solemnized Tuesday, June 30th. Kl 7:30 o'clock, when Mr. Frank Bufkln and Mlsa Katie Jordan were Joined to tMner in h ly wedlock. Tho bride, a picture of beauty, wore a magnificent gown of white Paris mualln, trimmed In point lace, and carried a bouquet of American beauty roaes. She was met a-t the vestibule by Rev. Father Harper, Haul and David Oroathwalt (alter boys), who escorted her to the alter accompanied by her brother. Cant. Leon Jordan, who gave ber away. Miss Grimshaw, msrtd of honor, wore a gown of white organjle, handsomely trimmed. The ushers were Messrs. ln Mont Romory, Edward WatU. Fletcher Mc Gee and Prultt Simpson. Following the ceremony a reception was given at the home of the bride, 1112 Campbell, where the couple re ceived the best wishes of their many friends, who were served with de lightful refreshments. Followi...

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. — 3 July 1903

i ar M P1I WSB II -J Hk . -w -BasTr Nevel Calling Costume. ' Calling costume of nickel gray cloth. ! TLe bodice Is tihirred at the top on j heavy piping cords forming puff. Over till Is an odd plain yoke extend ing well over the shoulder und fall into two long points over the front of the Mouse. Thix is finished at Ihe top with h sort of collar which consists of a band of e in b r o I dered preen. or dark pray velvet. 1 tiree bands of piipsi'inen- terle finished with tassels form the cravat. The fleevcs are piped and puffed at the top like the blouse, and are finished at the bot tom with cuffs of the material trlm tted with embroidered velvet. The skirt Is encircled with two groups f the piping and puffs, the lower win forming the heading to the deep flounce which Is plaited at the top. Tile girdle Is of the velvet, cr of the material - Chic Parlsicti. Evening or Theater Waist. Blouse of pale blue loulslne. The flam round yoke and center plait are cut In ore piece and trimmed with a...

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

r. 1 ''V ' i: S,- ' .-i, I F J 1 1: m Pa la m km m i fi m 2 j ..- Dalhart, Texas, May 7, 1903; Dr. W. C Combs, Kansas City, Mo., Dear Doctor: I am doing splendidly. Send me by return mail, or better, perhaps, by the Unit?'! States Express Company, $10 worth of your specific for the morphine habit. I think that amount of your great discovery and cure will cure me. Would have been off on the first small bottles if I had not got down with a low fever and a diarrhoae and while unconscious the doctors told my friends I would die unless he shot morphine into me. P.y the time I had come to myself, they had got two or three sqttirts into me. But I stopped that business quick, lecause I no longer crave the stuff. But getting the accursed stuff into my system agiin put me back some I think. Rut $10 worth mote of yohr medicine will get it out and leave some to spare. I tell the boys about you from my ranch in Dakoto to my home in Texas. They can't under stand my refusing to go with them into 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. — 3 July 1903

THK RISING SON. LEWIS W0OP8.. .FusitifM Manager. Publistii'd Every Week RISING SON PUBLISHINGCO -Mrn5icmnioN rates: Ona Tear . BM fa oioeutaa t tree latinUtl SB Oae bo ill I Swtrtly put J In adranr Bnttrtd at the '( Ofirt at Kania (Vy, M Stnn.d CIiim Matter. Correspondent wanted In every city ana town iu tliix mate. Write us. All news matter intended for pub lication should reach our oftlee nut la ter than Tutelar, of each week and must be signed hy the writer nut for publication, but as guarantee of auth enttctt r. WFICEt-No. 117 West Slsth St., Kansas City, Mo. Acl vertialnar Hh(i, for on lanti, oa Ina.rtlnn .W for on Inch, r-arh aatiarijueol InaertUm. M for too tarkee, thrve raonib I US r.iriwo lachee, all monili 00 for two Inchaa, nine month 10 UU Fot tvalaaaaa twelve months IS 00 OLDEST NECiRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL w THE REST. The paid circulation of Thh Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspape...

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. — 3 July 1903

t arTHE RISING SON. Wm. Fairfax, Society Reportr. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. Remember please I't t lie little blu we collect her an r.ltira That cnubk-i u to run from year to year." LOCALS. The next thing you do, subscribe for the Son. Dorcey Drown U home from Pratt University. Go to Mrs. Jackson's for a good Ice Cream Soda. FOR RENT One furnished front room; Hoi Howard st. The Fortnightly Club danced at the new park last evening. Wade ' D. Smith has purchased horse and a run-a-bout. The Roosevelt Club rooms at 117 West 6th street, room 12. Mrs. Bethelhaa a friend visiting her from Mexico, her oold home. Mrs. Florence Mantis of this city, wllll take a trip to Chicago soon. TO RENT A nicely furnished room for geneleman. Apply at this office. The t-ailles' Art Club met with Mrs. Chas. Jackson. Wednesday afternoon. Kansas City, Kansas Society was well repreoented at the wedding Tues day. Rev. A. A. Gilbert of Lexington, Mo. was In the city on business July fist. Mrs. Mollie Je...

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. — 3 July 1903

Ills tnothpr was ne of those married old maid who abound even In the boat octet?. He was the child of her mid dle age; and because ahp resented his coming, as a check upon her social gayetles. she had compromised with her Puritanical conscience br calling Mm Welcome, after the colonial ances tor of her mother. 80. as Welcome Nye. he was aent forth to create disturbance In the world; which he did In Inverse ratio to his size and vitality. His mother did not long survive his birth, and be was left, the Incarnation "The dlvvle be your welcome." of her nervousness, her restless ac tivity, to perplex and mystify his grave and dignified father. All legends which he had ever rend of elfin children and changelings came back to Adelbert Nye's memory during the confused years which followed years In which his son was the wonder aa well as the despair of physicians and nurses; when the period of his teething became an epoch, when the violence with which he took, one af ter arr'tfior, and survi...

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. — 3 July 1903

r Miss Gannon, Secy Detroit Amateur J .rtxt Association, tells young women what to do to avoid pain and suffering caused by female troubles. Dear Mrs. Pinkita s I can conscientiously recommend I.ydta E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound to those of my sisters suffering with female weakness and the troubles which so often befall women. I suf fered for months with general weakness, and felt so wearj" that I had hard work to keep up. 1 had shooting pains, and was utterly miserable. In my distress I was advised to use Lydla K. Pinkhani's Vegetable Compound, and it was a red letter day to me when 1 took the first dose, for at that time my restoration began. In six weeks I was a changed woman, perfectly well in every respect, I felt so elated and happy that I want all women who suffer to get well as I did." Miss Gvila Uakkok, 339 Jones St, Detroit, Mich., Secretary Amateur Art Association. It Is clearly shown in tlits vounir lady's letter that Lydla E. Pinkhani's Vegetable Compound will certai...

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. — 3 July 1903

I 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 do, if you will help yourselves. Come and see us. tie mmm BRANCHES. Rhodca-Hartrtr Furniture Co) runout Peoples' Outfitting Co Rfaodo-HaTcrty Norelt- Co. Atlanta Georgia. Rhodes, Harerty Jt Huppe Fur. Co. Kansas City, Mo. Rhodes, Hsrerty Ac Huppe Fur. Co. St Joseph, Mo. Rhodes, Harertr & Huppe Fur. Co. Independence, Mo. Rhodes, Harertr & Huppe Fur. Co. Lexinton, Mo. Rhodes, Harertr & Huppe Fur. Co. Learen worth, Ks A. 0. HO0Caatiirr Mftt -XT Could any honest man ask for more? The house of Rhodes, Haverty & Huppe, 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 pcrple it comes again to their rescue, and offers terms upon which the most distressed sufferer can recuperate, liv...

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. — 10 July 1903

.4 tr. . : ! - 1 , - ; -tr,' -iv---J-- ' liRay to Advertise In the Rising Con 2 VOLUME VIII. PRINCE OF PEACE COUNCIL NO. 46, OF PAOLA INSTALLS IN MALONEY'S OPERA HOUSE. A Ba quet After tha Ceremonies Tuesday was a gala day and night for the officers and members of Prince of Peace Council No. 46, of Paola, Kan. The occasion was the instalatlon of the officers. In Mallory's Opera house, and banquet In De Berry hall. The retiring M. E. queen, Dtr. Kate Avery had matters In charge and It Is but mildly putting It when we say she was eual to the occasion. At 10 o'clock Col. T. B. Robinson, S. O. M. of Kansas City. Mo., the Installing officer, com manded Son Robert Allen to form the cons and daughters in marching order. After encircling the opera three times they formed In a semi-circle. Dtr. Kate Avery, the conductor, introduced the newly elected M. E. Q. Dtr. Minnie M. WVilt field. Son Oliver Vantress. M. N. K. Sarah Jones. M. E. V. Q., Wm. Hun ter. M. N. V. K., Elizabeth Bennings; M. E....

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. — 10 July 1903

HE WEEKLY PANORAMA hi. DID NOT LIKE COGNOMEN. Why Gen. Hooker Objected to Ap pellation of "Fighting Joe." Like tin st other trite and groat Soldier, (it n. Joseph Hunker, to w.-iose t!M nii'fy H splendid statue was unveiled in Ik-sten las- week. I n I t o liUng for ; i.tra -vr f a fUi-.ter who tlvHs ;.lt fiT the .i;.- of tiUifihg. Tin' words "P:i:!.t:i'i: .lue" lire liol Used uiiv !.! in the .t.M'ripiKin on tlie Hooker tii -r miii i.t. it being the gen tin! 'e-;iii;..iy (f lils comrades that l.e ; irii. ii.iii iy objccti d to the appel :.T:nti. lie i!! said to liavo himself s:a:. : rre resets a? follows: " "Kiptit ti: ll'M K r' Hiiis sounds to me n ;f It lue.in. Kin'.ttfs Pool." It lias leu: !!; mil' li it .riry In making the I believe I ;n i a fii-lous. head- s-rri: fool. I i tii on making furious ea! s at the i -in my. I never fought w. tin "it Kit. iii ise hihI with fair rl.it:.. es ef Mie . ss. Win n I havo de i ;.!ed to tiu'-.t I have done so with a!l tl.e lf:iir iii.il htrei j...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 10 July 1903

A COOLIE PARADISE IFROCKS HdIFTRIIILILS IFnifa.TrnE DrAHR, Apt Description of the Island of Jamaica, Where Orientals Find Prosperity and Create an Atmosphere of Romance Two Cases In Point (Special Correanondenee.) "Tbla," recently remarked Joseph Chamberlain, England's colonial secre tary, aa he placed a finger on a map showing Brltaln'a possessions In the West Indies, "la the paradise of the Hindoo coolie. ' "And there, too," added one of his nearers, "those same orientals have created an atmosphere that fairly reeka with romance." The American or European who hai spent sufficient time in Jamaica or Trinidad to become acquainted with the ways of the thousands of Hindoo laborers on the plantations and the coolie tradesmen In the towns inva riably makes the same assertions. To prove the first he usually quotes the case of Ram Sal and as evidence of the latter he tells the story of a rajah's son who turned coolie for love's sake. Thirty years ago a Hindoo of low caste Ram Sal by name,...

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. — 10 July 1903

THE BISING SON. LEVIS WOODS BuriotM Maiiagar. Published Every Week RISING SON PUBLISHING CO STbCBSCKlrTlON RATES: On Tear.. B M n tnoaWis IS firee taonuia M On tnolh 1 Strict. paid In advanca BnUred at the 1'ntt Office at Kama dtj, as Sretn.d I'Uim Matter. OorrporidenU wanted in every city aae town io till mate. Write u. All newt matter Intended for pub Uoatloo should reach our office not la tr thaa Tuesday, of each week and must be signed hy the writer not for pabllcatloo, but an guarautee of auth enticity, WFICIt-No. 117 Weet SUtrt St., Mm as City. Mo. Aavoitialiiu RMtoe, Par on lnh. o Insertion $ .M or oof Inch, eni-h atu,uent lortloo. M For (no I ate See, thrv mouth lutJ For two Inch, li month SOU For two loi'hM, nlno month lum Fo two Inches twelv month IS up OLDEST NEURO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL w THE REST. The paid circulation of The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. Katisa City. Mo.. M...

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