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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 2 March 1907

r ROMANCE OF V1LJ0EN. NEW SENATOR FROM NEW JERSEY A YOUNG ASTRONOMER. FAMOUS BOER GENERAL NOW LIV ING IN NEW MEXICO. Captor of Or. Jameson Leading Quiet Existence ae Fourth-Class United 8tatee Postmaster Weda an Illinois Girl. New York. To lose a country and And a wife may not be a bad trade, even If It does Involve descending from the seats of the mighty 10 the position of a fourth-class postmaster In a little hamlet on the very out skirts of civilization. This is, in capsule form, the real life romance of Gen. Benjamin Johanls Viljoen, postmaster of Chamberlno, Itlo Arriba county, N. M. Ten years ago his name was a household word wherever printing press Is known, as the enptor of the aspiring but prema ture Dr. Jameson, the South African GEN. BENJAMIN J. VILJOEN. (Dr. Jameson's Captor Now a United States Postmaster.) raider. With equal success he fought the Basuto savages, receiving his re ward in the shape of a scat in the volksraed, or senate, of the Transvaal republic With De W...

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 March 1907

t h, I.. THE RISING SON WM. T. WASHINGTON, Editor and Owner, Office. 91 E. Twelfth St. Phi iti-.1 i:.nv v..k RISING SON PUB. CO. WILSON DWVSO.V Hll-ilK'xH MilllllViT. I si i:. -cirri" in rm. V..,r ! ..MI, Tl.ti Mn li Hi . !:. Mintti Si 1 1 I i I . i t in i 1 .iiii 1: -it r. .) in th. r ! I'm, ii- S i i': li vn;. l i All In W - 1 1 1 -1 1 I ' tn r.l n.i I' i. -I..'. . f .! I., i',. i. I K-i. i H i.o. .1 1'i.r iml.H- I I 1 1- r 1 line! . li r ii . It hi ri lloltV i: W. liulJiKN. Surifty Kilitor. 1 1 i:i: risi N i ua I i;s i- . h. . ii, -i niMii i UK I.. .11 ll Ul'i u 1,1 it I III -. I 1,1 p. Ill -. I III- Itl'.lllll- rnti,t h lll I III- i I w I mi I . I . Oldest Negro Journal In Kansas City TWICE ALL THE REST The paid circulat.on of THE RISING SON it more than double the combined circulation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. I'm- .nine llllic III" Netioes o I li s ills 1 1 t li id Millie trouble ill S"cill-i-i- a ilivii ilib id. .ii in wba li lo Im.i i tli.-ir de...

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. — 2 March 1907

ISLotel Waiters' WFo-u.raci.1 Sdition. THE RISING SON. WILSON DAWSON, Duslness Mgr. Rib ember please It's Ilia Utile bits we collect here ana 1 lere tit eniiblei us to run from yenr tu yenr." LOCALS. All not Ires and announcement will be published for 10c per line. All kinds of hot find cold drinks at McCampbell and Houston. Grant Williams was suddenly stick' en unto death Inst week. Eliza Jessee will rent you a room at 1118 Campbell, rear. Give her a trial. Let some one read in the Rising Son what you are doing in business or society. If you are out of work call on the Afro-American Employment agency, li05 McGee St. Miss Nellie Love was married to Mr. Lester Davis of Qulncy, 111. Miss Love comes from one of the best fami lies In the city. Mr. Diivls has mar ried one of Kansas City's known belles and may consider himself proud. They are thinking of locutlng In Chicago. F. J. Weaver Is one of the Negroes In this community whom the people should give their united support. Mr. Weaver I...

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. — 2 March 1907

LADY ISABEL'S CHARITY By MR. NLISII (i op t ilil. tv Jusrph It. linwli'a ) ' I'ii:. my dear Marjorle, you simply Mils: vnu" said Lady Isabel, "t must ir:!v insist in fact, t shall bo quite d;.: i ;i i"i able If on il.m t." All right." 1 hnuhed; 'but toll rac w! arc to he oiir guests?" ' punted. t,ynne would think yon .ti .v. wanting a list of my w,-i.. r ;o'i s'0, I may bo ft little ;' p'.nv." I said ditlidvntly. :w.'!:m'. I it ti i having all sorts .!. i'iv . j.lt-ase. di atvst. don't v :: iwb.ows, and make roe n 1 were a! school again. .:: 1 at:i having a'.l sorts of i . ; n' - smart and pretty ami - .i:;d and every kind." a soit of tiii'iiai',rio ; and ;.i 1! to he?" '.ic S.tvov. of course." she an I . h-it 1 11 t.''l you i-xaci ly w hat r It s to .. the cr. very latest !". dlli'l'M'S." ;..i.k oi said it was for a char llu'l. ;o tell tui' Imw even you . ti-dit a i hari-y by giUng an ex . dinner at t!io Savoy." '1 ." replied l.ady Isabel, "yon -s this way. Marjorie. 1 ';ive the r ...

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. — 2 March 1907

' RIGHT UP TO DATE MODERN HOTEL ASTONISHED DELAWARE FARMERS. Aeeuitvmed to Simplicity of Country Inns, Thty Marveled at the Rich nM Dlsplaysd Course Din ner Especially Putling. One of Delaware's senators Is known ( t (ood many persons In rural parts of the state from the fact that a hotel at Dover bears his name. The father of the senator astonished Delaware about a quarter of a century ago by starting a hotel on the modern plan, (he first of the kind that Dover had ever had and the only one of the kind that many visitors to the capltul had seen. When first opened (he house was a matter of the utmost curiosity to vis itors. Kurul legislators and their 1 1 lends looked with astonishment at Its thickly carpeted halls, its many bathrooms, Its heating arrangements, Its electric bells, its lights and all Us modern conveniences. Hardest of all to understand was the hotel dining-room. Instead of one or two long tables It had provision for seating guctits in groups of two, three, tour or mo...

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. — 2 March 1907

The Negro Civic Inguo ta coin prised of tho following NeRrocs of this city: Nov. Jesse reck, Rev. Sanuiol Haeote. Piof. Ct. N. (irlshnin, V. V. Yatos. K. W. rosier, t. J. Har- an l T. V. II Wll Hun Hi'x'liiiions nf il,c l.fxiiii;t(n lvli s.: i.'ii.-i : We. Tin- ('..UiiimI voter. Ii an ii m nit ! , i'n,., iuii, place cur M-lf on if I i h all tin- Ncuroi-t nl Sialf if .t!-n';:j atailiM' f i 1 - untieres;u y Ji:!i cviiw" -ar, which U a Ininiilia- t;i u in the entile Nemo ri KKV. A. A. CIUIKKT, s. n. wooi.mrir. Committee. In : jiiy tn Hi- cro'lit (lid lien T:i;in:'ti is pis ins; Ifa-uUcr T. Wasliini; t. tl f l eliii; great, lii. father hav Imu' 1 i rti a white man. let ine say Leii. i li.tt iliinUiai; people know t'ii m he a faci. and nutt hers and faHieis have watched It, from the tailiis' eiienre up until the proa cit time, that the traits of character S'i from (lie mother Into the male caild:i'ti. and the father into the fe in. i!e eliiMien. Had Hooker T. Wash m.'o,i the traits of hi...

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. — 9 March 1907

i.V L"Vl I -1 '. L ',- :-v. 4 it m m 1 . h4 Ik'!' ,ev ;.;s V.I ' V i i I '"'J r i ..V- N ,V- .v Pays to Advertise In the Rising Gon VOLUME XI. THE OPPROBRIUM OF THE JIM CROW CAR LAW The General Effect of its Passage on the Negro Voters. Hanging over the negroes heads In the state of Missouri is a "Jim Crow ' bill which was Introduced by certain legislators for the purpose of pushing the negro to the wall and .making him cringe before the onslaughter of the white man's prejudice. This bill would be depressive from many standpoints, as It would have a tendency to curb his Joyful spirit and stem his ambition. If the bill would pass it would make the negro In Missouri forver Republican. It it does not pass it will cause some Ne groes to be independent voters. Any state that would pass a Jim Crow measure only retards the progress of The Btate. The Negro is an integral Has the Republican Party of Jackson County Kept its Pledge to the 5.500 Negro Voters? The white leaders of the Repub'i ca...

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. — 9 March 1907

PRINCESS ROBERT DE BROGUE American , Sinking on London Music Hall Staye, Husband, Descendant of " Marshal Plays an Accompaniment s Tii''on.--Ti,;o'l jx i i iii -i !!' not a nn'y "ii Hi" singe 1 1 1 i:ns hi' i lie A Ai ti 1 1 -iii v (if money power, tmt some thing il' a Ji'in.i' inn has !- ri caused in lion-lull and in s i 1:1 1 nf the larger cities ( ! tin- 1'liited States liy tin- ap pearance f a prince if illustrious liniiiL-H witli his wife in vaudeville. They a th.' Prince unci rrlncess Tti ibi-rt lie Krogllc, the husband being the couln nf the slth I hike nf Urog lle, head of one of tho most distin guished families in Franco, and the princess having been Miss Kstelle Alexander, daughter of a wealthy New Mexican planter and divorced wife of a millionaire merchant of tier man extraction, Sidney V. Velt by name. Family nuanols and the triumph nf their attachment make a romantic story if the lives or the young couple. The continent has princes am! nohlea in .such profusion, many of...

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. — 9 March 1907

1 - dDiLB Sewame vr " 1 4.4 tT;' 0 INIDZ 0? IZORAL, IWCZ JAffiiSlVmf ZXfO GROVMkS Y 2 GROl Differing from all other celebrations In that the Industrial and commercial features, though full and adequate, are .subordinate to tho historical, thn poetical and the spectacular; tho .1 imestown exposition offers a refresh I ne contrast to Its predecessors. While adequate In every Industrial and commercial feature. Its eminence will tfft upon other grounds. The liishif t triumphs of human Invention and art will all have presentation, but even these must take second place be side the attractions which will dis lineuish the exposition. It is estimated that at no time dur ing the progress of this celebration will there bo less than 10,000 soldiers rmniw'8 about the grounds of the Jamestown exposition, making of It a n!d ef modern chivalry and proffer ins a picture of triumphant peace to all the people of the world. Inderlylng this display of material paraphernalia and the pomp of pow er, there...

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. — 9 March 1907

THE RISING SON WM. T. WASHINGTON, Editor and Owner, Office, 914 E, Twelfth St. t'tibltwhrtl Kvi rv W t-tk RISING SON PUB. CO. wiusiSn trwvsox. Hiisliicss MnuiiKcr. prnsci'.irTioN n.Ti:t. Ono Yi'iir J i . Sin Months 7'i Thirp Months Oni Month 13 Strictly paiil in iiilv.tnrv. Kntrnil at tho Pout Offirr 'it Kn.:is City, n StH'ornl ri.itut M.ittiT. (orr siKindents A.intf,! l!i rvry rity ami town In this ct.ni. Writ- us. All ni' mutter lntTi(l,Ml fur pulill ration should psiih our offli'f not l;itr than Tuesday, of iai Ii wnk. ami must 1m slirni'd by thr wrlti-r not for publi cation, but as KU.iruntt of anlliotity. 1IOUACI2 W. lHH.I'EN. Sdiioty IMilnr. APVKnTisiNO R.n:s For oik' inch, onr lns,iti"n I .'At For oni Incli, t ,u-h suls,',jin nt in- srt'oti 'Jii l-r two Inchts. thri-' month M" For ! Ini'hi's. six niotiihs. '" 1or two inch'?, nito- mouths . ... loon 1-Vr tw iinlus. twill,- mouths . .vii Oldest Negro Journal In Kansas City TWICE ALL THE REST The paid circula; on of THE RISING S...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 9 March 1907

TgLoxol TSyyo,itoxTB Journal Edition. THE RISING SON. WILSON DAWSON, Business Mgr. Rameniber pleae It's the little bit we collect here ami t ler ht enablee us to run from year to your." LOCALS. Mrs. P. K. Siston of 912 E. 12th St. 1m on the sick list. All notices and announcements will be published for 10c per line. Eliza Jnne will rent you a room at 1118 Campbell, rear. Give her a trial. Let some one read In the RlKlng Son what you are doing In business or society. If you are out of work call on the Afio-Amerlciin Employment aneney, lito'i MrHee St. Prof. II. K. Allen. proHldcnt of Lin coln Institute, paid a year's subscrip tion to the Son. If you want the best work done cheap bring all of your fob print Inn to the Rising Son. The negro undertakers are doing the bulk of the negroo's burying and the Son is glad of It. Any one desiring to buy a fine square piano for $10 please call .M, at the office of the Rising Son. The Rev. .1. (.'. Jackson, a renowned preacher, pleached last. Sun...

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. — 9 March 1907

1 . NECKWEAR IN FAVOR r ShiON'S MANY DECREE WARRANTS P3ETTY THINGS. finc'v Tori iuu ; :i a '..li'i'il. Mint v lirn of linen or usually lii'inst itched. Ural . finny nii'l belie lil1i are .1 tn alliMiialf Willi tine laco li.mli ! al"vi' tho lii'lil. -Over Coi .i-i M)s!' Favore:! C ireful Dresrri V J'c noer.ne s Insertion F.'nhed witl Ff.i o' t-a:e bv I -!... :; ra - 1, il l:n.;-- w .1 .-' i" s IK .N uv .sli'i. ib'.ri'st liti- i ! Wish It "I"va'"l; ' : ff ' - a- i tin- h.i::.ll..' v'ni'' :i".l la ti '.if' i;iia;ii''l In si:iw; thc.e it I'M llli i'ar a 'i : n ; i .-i t-iii Ilia! la'1 : tl colni'lls ft-P lor the heavy and i rollais. yultf a ill-oflVi-tn nil' displayed, ii ri s.-itiil. mi far as pop- cm, ii'iniil. Is out- hav- -n"oped Collar or Heavy Linen with Fleur de !. in i' !k'i 'ii:i'i l!i'''- ot siiffaiv-s. e soil ami ii i mi" of th" in a -s t t urn nvci .ve I" I'liMri-U uf tows of Vaii'in iftitK'S -'inn finished li a frill of lace. .-,. ;ir, ti 1 1 1 ! v "f lai n, "lie frill.-; n...

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. — 9 March 1907

CALL FOR MILLIONS NEW BUILDINGS NEEDED AT WASHINGTON. WHAT WESTERN CANADA DOES. Many Departments at Present lntuf ficitntly Housed Magnificent Structure in Contempla tion or Course of Erection. "W hile viuitorR who have not seen the nation's capital In several years are universal In iheir comments upon the marked improvement and expansion or the city," said a Washington archi tect, "these evidences of, our growth are nothing to what may lie summar ized and presented us a bird's-eye view In even so short, a time as two years hence. "Omitting the congressional library from our conclusions, it will be noted that many years elapsed between the erecliou of the war, state and navy building and that occupied by the post ofllce department, the most re cent acquisition to our department structures. While this building has been occupied since 1899, It 13 now very much overcrowded, many of Its divisions being scattered in other buildings down town. "The government printing office building can ...

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. — 9 March 1907

Tuskecoe Institute, Ala., Krbrunry Jiulise n. If. Terrell GOO I. I'M1'. It i-i now nriirly twelve HL't! T St., N. V., Washing on, D. C. .r simp V'rlerirk thinning, to Wliitfli'M Mr Klnley t ;. N!M lJil' OW( tllOVO :ti, tn :m otlnT liui'ii of our race, l t !hi part l.o tiHK in srcnriiiK our i mi. i!i v lit Washington. Ill ! at Ati.n -i in tin- xulirulis of V liinn'Ki., ri tiiiilns, however, ri'i ;rn " t -ill Is r..is lielm; nl.'t', tn . : ve ' 'in :- villi lis niotiiorli H i i : t !!.- .ii.i.i tiuil it i porm.i i f n-i ; i . ' iMuul.tss ntii! th 1 SCti K St., N. W. Washington, Albeitus Urown IT:'". 1"th St., N. S .la nes W. .Inlrn-u n.,,.., ..... I'. S, t'niiMil to Wnrv.iii'la .taint's V. .lolmsoti lo.to l). r. 6.00 2P.C0 LT."(i N i . 1 ,.I ;.ili. ktmu II as I l.i' I I i 'I- : I'ni i:' -. Mi'ium ial iitt HUtor A -.-..' i.ti ot has ln'. ii funned in t h piii'ii.-i'. Tin- people of l:ii- :i , i i pi H n unit y to iii' tii'i.i'ii ui I'i i'i!i iii k IVmr. . I" i t sl'nw t'icir re el rill...

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. — 16 March 1907

i i i 'M ' S I. i a If Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME XI. THE SON HAS PLANNED TO DE VOTE A SPECIAL COLUMN TO THE INTEREST OF RELIGIOUS AND CHURCH. NEWS AND ALSO TO LODGES AND SOCIETIES. .Mr. .1. F. Craig, a member of the Second Baptist church and u high Ma son will have charge of church and lodge news. Mr. Craig Is a hlblicul scholar and fully competent to render efficient sarvice. A young minister of the educated type, and has the highest respect and good will cf.a host of friends. All churches, lodges etc., are requested to make out your schedule and bring it into the office of the Son, No. HI 4 R. 1 2t Ii street. Doth phones 7X' main and grand. .1. F. chak;. Upeorter of Lodges and Churches. "THE BUDDING GENIUS." A good club for the literary and so cial Interest, of the race. The officers and niejubers of this organization are men and women of literary ability and good social standing. A very bright future is predicted for these young people who (look up with high idea...

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. — 16 March 1907

y Lady Isabel By Mrs. I'p.w'ik'iti i'y J- "My ilea' ciil. yon simply must eonie ami help mo out," n;iid l.ady lsuln'1 Ktrlunutiutn ; - I phall tliltik you t'rftci!v lia'ciul if o ilnn't." Hut I don't understand ianass pn !";.!. 'Oil lirlit I ; it's unite easy." sh repllol, t!n:c uii" only (Miu of two simple nilrs tur von to follow." 'An lor lnslatii e - '' 11," she Miiil. "yon must suit h um If to your iiitisiiituiii's. -s -i i.iily up at H place like IliniiiiiKtnti. lui'- on:' people an' mostly median US ati'l wurkiiiK people. ( Ii' course, in li alum with tin1 working dy-nes vol have to bo a littio raiiful." sin' I'tit iir.n l. ' lii'i auso tiny art' ilu ii.l luily lull of coimnoti sense, mid ll.".v ik yon mk Ii It ailing and sr I1 i t ions." Su.'h as ", ( li. iiottt (Tie raistmr of iii.d tin- air-t iulit ln-s. of tlieir ii:: l ol miiis of urn o!iil': tali!i aii liilii vva'i f Lou-' -. th:iii?s Ilk-' tl at. ' I I-"'." 1 said; "ami t!i. n ymi prien 1M I V.I tl'.l '('h. I i ToTiilso...

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. — 16 March 1907

Cowboys quit gambling Licensed Games of Chance to Be Abolished in Territories. NOT MUCH PROFIT IN THE s. Handlers of the Roulette Wheel and the Faro Deck Ready to Surrender to Public Opinion Without a Fight - Lit tie High Play of Late Years, Anyhow -Even Euchre Is Now Forbidden in the City of Prescott, Arizona. Raton. X. M. By the middle of thla year licensed public gambling will probably have disappeared from the territories of the United Statca. The Mic and apparent willingness with which the tiger has surrendered sur prises 6omo people who looked for a fight. Hut the end has been approached ho gradually, through regulation and high license, that even the gamblers themselves were prepared for It. It Is a complete surrender by what was pnee regarded as an Impregnably in trenched evil. This passing of the professional gambler shows the ad vance of public sentiment due to per sistent agitation, and It follows natur ally the disappearance of the frontier. There arc no longer any wicke...

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. — 16 March 1907

THE RISING SON WM. T. W ASHiNGTON. Ed c a"J Owner, O'ficr. on e. Twelfth St. RISING SON PUB. CO. II.S' i I! i-li.i n si i Miiu.tui i . m I'.r . ., r M '.'.. 1 : ,M. III l'inN i: j. i .i .i I ; i : v - i i: Hi'l.HK l.inr. Oldest Negro Journal In Kansas City TWICE ALL THE REST Tlif p.vri circulator! of THE RISING SON is more th.in rtojbif t"e combined circul,iton of ,Tl the other K.ins.is City Colored vekly newspapers. lll. ; hn lii- ., Hi.. ), I .i nihil1 il t ip.-i i.iii l !.. : .1 - In ,t I l .' nil. ' lli- Inl'- i i, null, -i I ll., H r I- I.. I 111. "I H In N.l;: i'Vl ..; -i.i. n;i i'-f I'M. I'll "I il I. Hun In .III M.f I '..i ..'I III lull I III" I ll-l I : us- U III ih.i-Mi.- . . J - inl.-.l nil ll .11 I" Ii I.I ll, nt I I I ,.iH'l I. Hf h',. II .1 ! I III- !;,, .in I lull II hi h ;i I,. I '.n il. I - I.l ill Sil.'M ' II Ml I III il II I'l l -I i.-i. I. ni. It ii n IhiIii ;i i i, I.V.-, Ihf 1IVV . mil '.I lll"l fill. .1 I'll I -Si I'.i n .l.ii-l - :i.ii i i 1 1 . i il 1 1. .ii...

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. — 16 March 1907

XXcrttA Waiters' Tovirao,l Sdlcion. THE RISING SON. WILSON DAWSON. lliislncsH Mgr. PEHCY t). CRUMP, Solicitor. Remember please It' ih llttln hit we rolled here Dim i inrp tmt rnul li'n ii4 tn run from ycnr In yenr." LOCALS. Mix. Annuls (liirrett Ih very low al liT Ic-iiili'lK'e Vine. All notii-c and innioiiiirenii'iiU will lie published for lo: per line. Wait :md watch for the leister mini her. It will l just what yon waitt. The Nemo Huslnens Ali'ii'n league' met l:it Friday liilil at Hotel C'onip ton. Hll.a .lessee- will rent joii a room nt 111S t'atnpliell, rear. Give her a trial. Let sotiiH one ru.nl In tlm RIkIiii; Son what you uru dolus I" business or six ii'iy. MIfh Grace Taylor of 211 K. fill) St. burnt her hand very Hevi-rely with boiling water. They are si ill eouiiliK. I'rof. .1. Silan Harris and I'rof. T. W. Williams paid MliixeiiptioiiH. .Mrs. .Mamie Slanion and Mr. 1 nil i i- of Si. J.iseph are visiting .Mrs. Fannie Green. Mrs. Dawson, mother of tV. Daw son, was very il...

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. — 16 March 1907

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Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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