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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 6 July 1907

3Sotel Walters' Journal 33lltlon THE RISING SOW. JENKINS SONS PLAYED A GREAT GAME SUNDAY. WILSON DAWSON, Business Mgr. PERCY D. CRUMP, Solicitor. Remember please lt' (be little blu we collect bere na taere bat enable u to run from year to year." AH announcements and notices are ten cents per line. LOCALS. Miss Fannie Alexander will visit friends In Denver, Col. Mrs. McCune Is on ber vacation and also her honeymoon trip. Met Their Waterloo On Thursday. July 4. The Jenkins Bnsohall Tim, after defeating Muskogee Reds in a stiff eleven-inning game by a score of 2 to 1, went down to a crusnlng dvfeat by a scort of 6 to 7 in favor of Mus kogee Reds. It is said that about 700 or 800 Dollars exchanged hands on the game. The faithful backers of the Jenkins' went away from the game the other day with empty pock pts. This wilt mark an epoch in Negro Ball Playing as one of the roost sensa tional games ever played. There is no question to the fact that Muskogee Reds are equally as well lined up ...

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. — 6 July 1907

God Feeds Israel in the Wilderness Sued School Lesson lor July 7, 1907 Spseis::? Prspsrsd foe ThU Psper I K88"N TEXT. Esodua Mem oir rrne. 4. 6M.I'EN TEXT.-"1 am the treai1 ulilch cam down from lirevea." Jot.n i M. Tim According to the roinmon chro loU.v the croMlnn cf the lfl ff m bout the first of April. IV H9I Pro lessor Beei-lirr rr-eariU this early date as probably the corrr.-t one. "near tlio be :nnln of the llftrrnth century. B. C. Unv s.-l.olar rnianl tin date n aboul 10 B. C. an.i Home aa late at UvO B. C. Thre la grest um-ertalnty an to the ex tol time Tl.ts IrMon bi-lonrs about a snonth after tho last rgulnr knsnn. IM.At'K -Tlic northern pari of the II-drn-'r ,,f i!tl, a ions ptaln bordering tho Gulf f tvn-r on tho e.ut. Comment and Suggestive Thought. Six hundred thousand men. besides children and a mixed multitude, had c?c.pcd from KsT all 119 slavery, tressed the Ked sea. nnd were now be ginning their Journey to Palestine. It took them 40 yearn, although It could e eas...

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. — 6 July 1907

SimcoSia Ims taint SUPPORTED BY THE STATE OF MISSOURI BROADWAY CLEANERS AND DYERS Stores No. 1 , 2, 3 and 4 Both Phones 2772 Crand and 2809 Main Repairing Promptly and Neatly done. Goods called for and De livered. Located at S. W. corner of 19th and Troost Ave. W. r.1. WILLI A MO, Manager. The Latonia Cafe and Restaurant 912 East Twelfth Street COURSES: English, Normal, College Preparatory. College, Industrial, Agricultural and Business. A seven weeks' Summer School is held every year, which gives teachers an opportunity to increase their scholarship, their teaching power and their gradi of certificate. ADVANTAGES : Free Tuition, Competent Teachers, Modern Buildings, Good Moral Tone, Healthful Surroundings, Reasonable Expenses. Diplomas from full Normal Course are Life Certificates to, teach in the Public Schools of Missouri. Catalogs will be sent on application. BENJAMIN FRANKLYN ALLEN, President, Jefferson City, Mo. Who have been noted for their Koncral imtlsfactlon to Its Patrons...

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 July 1907

Great Prosperity Among the Negroes in this Community, Especially in the South End of Town, U (.ill si- u vv'.A; 1 , 1 ..r t:..' ti;e fi- ... u : : i 1 1 Allen's. i;i. Hawkins", mmi's, .limes', (lanvtt s, Ko.xe's, Kini'.. WasliiiiKtmi'H. Crifl'in's, ('(inU's. Villi's', Ital'K'.v's. Cole's. Fran-ci-, Wiley', unci an iunuim-ralilo li.ist of others which this i:i r has organized to promote the access of the occasion. It Is proposed to com memorate the event by raising the fund for a new building which In ureal ly needed to accommodate the 4,(ioo volumes which nre now over crowding the present library. The occasion will call back to Washing ton many of tihe 3,000 alumni for n reunion, and such a Fathering will do more than anything else that could be planned to stimulate Interest In the Institution. The new president, Pr. ThlrKield, will bo Inaugurated at that time. a v . I t a':: :W .'t r T. W. -l. ii.-' 'ii ms tin- the Xeuro ti p--t i t , : ntiil t-tait a dank oe i mill' i.i K.iii.-;.-...

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. — 13 July 1907

DEVOTED It Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME XI. PROPER MANNER OF WALKING. Body Should Be Carried Well to De rive Real Benefit. There Is no exercise bo thoroughly Invigorating and restorative (or over strained nerves . as walking. When there is no organic weakness which is aggravated by the exertion It is the easiest thing -to walk right Into health. "Almost all fatigue and ungrateful ness can be traced to a violation of the laws of economy within which the body moves." To derive any .real benefit from walking the step must be light and elastic. Awing the body so easily from ' one leg to the other that its weight ' is not felt. The harmonious play of the muscles Imparts a supple grace and litheness that is felt mentally as well as physically and produces aj healthy glow, showing that the slug-1 glsh blood is stirred to action in the! most remote veins. This manner of walking, as may be imagined, strengthens the wbole body,) .giving tone to the nerves and produc-j ins just t...

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. — 13 July 1907

A BEEHIVE ON ITILTS. How the Natives of Uganda Gave Shel ter to Their Church Bell. Marvelous arc the efforts nude by be pioneer niUelonary In heathen land to secure a suitable place of worship for the native church. As a rule, tbo con verts themselves aro the first to turn churc4i build ers, and very cred itable erections are the result. Sometimes the native Christians nrct.i, towi:ii. are cven more am Mtious. and rrct a tower for the church bell. The bell tower at N.v nieremtie. I'g.inda, Is certainly a curi osity. It has been call'-d "a beehive 3n stilts." fur It closely resembles that familiar article. However, It serves a ust fill purpose In calling the people to worship; and the converts them selves ure proud of their Imposing tell tower. AN IDOL DESTROYER IN INDIA. Hindu Convert Shows That He No Fear of Images. Has The day when men and women bow down to Iraaces of wood and stone are numbered. Tho progress of civilization cannot fail to drive out lsnorant superstitions, but onl...

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. — 13 July 1907

two azmrmrG gotmv It Is Impossible to write a letter on the subject of fashions without speak ing of the popularity of gray mate ria, for they are with us, on every side. Some of the most effective sum mer gowns, of a simple order, which I have yet seen this year were made of cool gray linen, with fine hand-em-broideries, on the skirt and bolero, carried out in silk-flniBhed thread. These frocks, when worn with gray linen shoes and gray suede gloves, are quite enchanting in their Quaker like simplicity, and they invite the collaboration of cloche hats in deli cate ivory straw, with puffed net forming the fall crown and, at one side, near the front, a cluster of beau tiful roses or of waxen water lilies. Some of the newest models in voile de sole show perfectly shaped skirts decorated with a number of tucks on the hem of the skirt. Needless to say, these tucks are always stitched by hand, and they are arranged in grad uate! widths. At the extreme hem they measure about five inches, 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. — 13 July 1907

HANDKERCHIEF KIMONO. HOWARD UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE Condensed Official Statement of the Condition of the National Bank of Commerce KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI At the close of business, May 20th, 1907. THE RISING SON WM. T. WASHINGTON. Editor and Owner. Office. 914 E. Twelfth St. J-iil.ll'.. .1 F.: y Wr. k RISING SON PUB. CO. WILSON TUWSON. ! l!u;.liios Manager. Tlione 7S0 Grand Hume Thone T80 Main i REV. WILBUR P. THIRKIF.LD, D. D. ROBERT REYBURN, M. D Dean. President. lor! BfPSCHll'TIN HATES. I v..' Vr,ir "" x M, til lis I 1,1 Tli rw Month ' filllM' (up, . . . . Strictly In ndv.im-r. Ei;tr.'l :it l!i. I'"M office at K.itiK.is City, as S.i'.itid l'!a M.ittt-r. Cprr.'.i...!iili'nt. w.intid In rvrry rity In, I t.WII III tll.H Kl.lt.'. Will-' 111. All ii. matter Inn n. I. . I for p-iMI-r.m-.n -lii i.i l n i. h our ..ffi. . n.-t lit. r tin n T'i.-k.I.iv. i.i. h ..k, iiii'l ti ii'l be l.y tli.' wnt.T f.'r "ib;i- :.iti..:i I. nl .in tiu.ira i.t c of authority. HOUACF. W. HOUIKN. Society K...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 13 July 1907

IBtotl TWgHT3irg Journal Edition THE RI8IHG SON. the paper will run tUe cut of Mr. Carter and give the full details of the book. I WILSON DAWSON, Business Mgr. PERCY D. CRUMP, Solicitor. Remember please It'i the little blu we collect here na t aero bat enables u to run from year to year." All announcements and notices are ten cents per line. LOCALS. Miss Effle Booker, of Trenton, Mo., is in the city visiting Mrs. Cicero Smith. Miss Lueella Smith, of Columbia, Mo., is vlsitng Miss Bertha Vayo, of C27 Charlotte. Miss Gertrude McFall of 1821 Mc-Gt-e ,has been lndisi)osed for a few days, iihe 1b now able to get ui. The South Side Pressing Co. does neat cleaning and repairing and will be plwmed to huve you call. 1407 Main. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Johnson of 2316 Highland, were in HxceUlor Springs visiting lust week have returned. For firBt-class meals 15c and neat rooms furnished and unfurnished, go to Mr. White's Restaurant, 1215 In dependence. Ave. Prof. Henry M. lve, celebrated Clairvoyant...

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. — 13 July 1907

NEWS FROM MISSOURI. State Corn Growing Contest. M.'tv tlnill V" Miysnui'i tm K OTP pvi corn tliln fM."on tn produw rfH urs nr to chow the prcntoft viM for the contests to lie lu'lii Bt ltn Mate corn chow in Columbia In .lanu.iry. The Missouri boyx' corn grvwlns rotitt(t l jtlvrn under tnn nii'I'kc of tlio Missouri Corn Crow i rs' nysnrlutlon, the Ftau toni'l of sericulture and the collece of imrleul turv It is not too lnl to enter the contest, cn.l Pnf. M. F. Mill. r. Co lutnbl;!, secretary of t'le Corn (irow. iV ass-'ocl.itlon. Is still receHlnis en tries!. The imrji'ise of this contest Is to teach thi' farniets of the Htitte the best methods of agriculture and especially the best methods ill corn i:nitik!. Tlie lt st ears of corn : ductd by the boys will In- -xnlllt?'d at the local shows in the state and then the sta'e show. Statements show ins the yklds nf the com crown and ciil!iat-d by the youthful cotitt'st ants will al.-o be on . x'allilt Ion. Jasper County's Big Estate. E. H...

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. — 13 July 1907

I g ILiinicolin ImsttStet SUPPORTED BY THE STATE OE MISSOURI J i COURSES: English Normal. College Preparatory, College, Industrial, Agricultural and Business. A seven weeks' Summer School is held every year, which gives teachers an opportunity to increase their scholarship, their teaching power and their grade of certificate. ADVANTAGES : Free Tuition, Competent Teachers, Modern Buildings, Good Moral Tone, Healthful Surroundings, Reasonable Expenses. Diplomas from full Normal Course are Life Certificates to teach in the Public Schools of Missouri. Catalogs will be sent on application. BENJAMIN FRANKLYN ALLEN, President, Jefferson City, Mo. BROADWAY CLEANERS AND DYERS Stores No. 1 , 2, 3 and 4 Doth Phones 2772 Crand and 2809 Main Repairing Promptly and Neatly done. Goods called for and De livered. Located at S. W. corner of 15th and Troost Ave. GEO. WALDON, Manager. The Latonia Cafe and Restaurant 912 East Twelfth Street Who have boon noted for their Keticral satisfaction to its Patr...

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. — 13 July 1907

Dr. J. E. Dibble. Elected Exalt ed Ruler of the I. B. P. O. Elks of the World. i v v Phi i:r, l! 'p. i'i.H I :i n. r . 1 1 1 1 1 ii lint I. 1 i-i 11. .1- hi ll' i.,;.-tr. I' . ! ::ciii.i--t m. tn 1h;i 1. I tll to till 111' 111 1.1 ;i- its liMcl.r o lc. I'Lli: w.-'.l 1 "' 1.' .11 HI. i! in 1 1 in ih.l! i'. I Will ) -I .,r H his I 111' y ML t ; I,. 'a' s' lllils ll milil h.ivi' of th.it Ivrs ;i rluirtiT fii'in thi- Mutr. . by t!i, tntiiv I.ilii' l'r. will hritiK to tlio front tin1 h li'!-1 out lli-IUI'" I Is ,iluu. i s Lb'' 'ti. I lu1 l ii -i -; to s-'iUV" s the lirt-ll lioily till-Ill- kirk Dibble f.i tlli' liiM-iiy ami c:i:ibilty h' lias cjis-I'layt-d In his arthv work with lw Ktiliilns of Pytlil.is in this city. The ll!i can well fed riinipllmnd in havlim Tr Dibble as it hcail. He was horn in Houston. Texas, ami at tended sihool in that city, finl.-liinir Wiley I'imersity in lvej. AftiT which he entere I Ma berry Mimical folliue sraihi.uini: with humus in the class of 2'.' being sa...

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. — 20 July 1907

WATCH FOR THE GREAT BEAUTY CONTEST BEGINNING 1 1 II Pays to Advertise in the Rising Son VOLUME XI. Golf and Fish Story. Some time ago a northern golfer drove a bull a fine, low, Fklmmlng shot across a river. Just as the ball was nearly over a salmon leaped at the ball and caught It In its mouth. Such was the pace of the ball that it carried the salmon on to the river's bank, where it was Immediately se cured, with the ball tightly wedged In Its teeth. Golf Illustrated. Environment. The secret Is to be found not In the criminal type of man, nor yet alto gether In heredity, but In environ ment. The place to make the en vironment, which is to protect the young man from many temptations and help him to reslHt those that he may not escape, is in the home. Rev. "W. II. Locke. Methodist, Mansfield. O. Indifferentlsm. What Is most striking In the pres ent aspect of the controversy over human Immortality Is the average man's absolute want of Interest In the ! question. People shrug their sho...

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. — 20 July 1907

THE CHRISTIAN WORLDS CHURCHES ON WHEELS. How the Gospel la Carried to Rural Districts in England. Fcr some yean England lias scon a it ranee "fleet" of "churches on wheels," or gospel wagons, TO or 80 la number. They go out Into tlio li i t;li w ;i y nnd by ways of tbe coun try, reaching pop u 1 a 1 1 o n s which otherwise would bo neglci ted spir itually, having lei-K-r church rhapt'l nor Sunday 1. boo',. TV.o tVet Is manned by 1 SO hard sir -.; evangelists, some of them ex ;.!Vv ins! rumcntalists ; men of tact ii aiing with ail sorts and conditions -f p-eplc, hays Tho World Today. Each natmi carries a collecting box n !!.' form of a tiny facsimile of itself. triii'ii'iiH supply of religious and i-a'.thy secular literature Is taken on '.na:d. and last year the rolling 'lii;:ilics sold more than $'jr,i)00 worth -if it. E.i. h of thejip remarkable gospel (va.'uns costs $105, and the first of .hem appeared nearly ten years ago jmor.g the fruit and hop pickers of lou'h'-rn England. In ...

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. — 20 July 1907

KANSAS STATE NEWS, f Operated rt a l.osa. J. C. O. Morsp, receiver for the Vncle Sain Oil company, has made a leport to tho stockholder!. In his re port Mr. Morse ays thu poor system of bookkeeping used makes It diffi cult to obtain nn actual statement of the company's condition nd $74,129.85 is still "unaccotinted for." "Although the book of the company show that th Undo Sam Oil company was op erated at a loss." says the report, "yet on June 20, 190G, n dividend of two mills upon each share of stock sold was declared to the stockholders and checks payable In sixty days Were Is sued. A largo number of tin km checks were returned by the payee, and stock In the company was accept,- ed Inptcml. "On December 20, lit (Jf, a dividend of three mills was declared but none of the cheeks was ever paid." The report says that the stock was Bold by means' of adve rtising and that $2-1 5,1 50.58 was spent In this way. The postage alone amounted to $18, S;4.22. County Not Liable for Cocts. An Impo...

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. — 20 July 1907

THE RISING HON WM. T. WASHINGTON, Editor and Owner. O'f cr, 914 E. Teiflh St. v , .- .: r. t- v. . u RISING SON PUB. CO. WILSON PWVSON. H-.iM!i. M.tn.ii:iT. u : TV.one 7S0 Grand 11. due Thou- 7S'. Main No It the Accepted Time. Tl.is I" t!:t tl.lt- of tlic vciir: tn.i v it wlilli' "U tiniv. lor tMiscnily tic tloml of now life wilt hull, all Verdun- ptvw rusty, ami mii-th'-r tin-usurp Hi t ti: t vIMeme. another inn- of your 1 'oiiiiiitii!l ulxeti eliiuices to do smile 1 1 1 1 . ii to ;iir;int your belim oil this Cooil iinth :it hII. will have K'Ut for ever Huston Clobp. . V ,r . M.i.-l l . Km- r- i t .'. r i at '.!! .. I'..,.. M.,t!. r. ,-,.! . . . - v i' :v r r ; I l-r I' i'1'-- l ' r . -. -. . , . I !i r.t. r t r-i l ! i- Secret of Happinet. Krrp true to your bout faith and dot the days with deeds whlrll lovp ami kindness prompt. He Just I" your liilitiK Htnl keep from Main of ?in in tlumiiht and won), ami you shall wear the crown of an ap prut in eonsclehce anil know the -eciet of ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 20 July 1907

Hotel Walters Journal Edition THE RISING SON. WILSON DAWSON. Business Mgr. PERCY D. CRUMP, Solicitor. Remember please lt me llitle bits we collect tiere nnd i lere hut enHbli'ii us to run from year t year." All announcements nnd notices are ten cents per line. LOCALS eilltorulg All the M'lit'ls are moving Mason uml Pixon Line. below the Prof. Henry M. lsve, eele'.irntecl Clairvoyant mid Mind Header. Infor- niatlon (riven on ail mailers. Uesi dince 2413 Flora avenue. I Mr. AI. V. Strodder. the ndvrrtlsing nieelalitt, has been authorized liy the local cuuiiiillteo of the I. 11. S. and S. M ,T. to solicit advertisements for them and the convention wrleli con venes during August In Kansas City, Missouri. Mr. Ed Arnold was married last week to Miss Zclla Garbbon, 1225 High land. MJss Carbon was one of the re cent graduates of Lincoln High School, taking the Post Graduate course in the Normal Department. The public wishes her a successful married life. Norway's Wooden Churches, Some of th...

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. — 20 July 1907

tl. Storming By Eleanor nVi !!! t, ly .Wrph T'lt I'M ili tennlned to win you, could nc.unst he auiiil i my nir will!" ill win t o- w t ii " : :i i st'il hi r t eh in unbelief. I'.U., if o necessary to i runt 1.- !;' wishing it," : 1. : nt!). r.'t i , it you for any- i- i I I 'X ;. I'M l:n'v." hi "111 Iv your i u us iu th ist u; in .1 r torti .!. a'.! .a:;se hi word: lirt't- thrill. ;t;iro tl.Ms fur ran- the 1k.. The I'.U.H a:i Ice if t -lit i u. i ll i 1? ins; up tilt- very .ira-on likf obstacles. 1 !. .c, ." 1 e l.utehi.l bai k at 'hire's tune yet, so I otic ;m::(i -s remains unwed." hi' !. iMiti'-itic his thin, clean-cut Ki'M:ir decisively, as Kathleen aw a v. i Ka hleen Randal hail mux- fallen hi ir to a small fortune, ::ie.ii,ife!y announced l.er iutcn i rav line as " , tini-t'i 1:1, lu. : V1 . I'.'. VI My life." she declared lnuch Helen s Ihihles 'see tin' wheels ' le ln-en like ave wanted to at.d "Ae If You Could Against My Will! ro 'round' If only they were rnr whet Is aii'l ...

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. — 20 July 1907

The Buffalo Cleaners and Dyers Southwest Cor. 19th and Troost Avs. BELL PHONE 277 ! GRAND os tit tut n uncoil in SUPPORTED BY THE STATE OF MISSOURI Repairing promptly an 1 nentl done. Gooil exiled for and del if on d. A. DRUMMOND and GEO. WALDEN, Proprietors The Latonia Cafe and Restaurant 912 East Twelfth Street n ! i kJm y& 4. ttii or s ' ' , M-tSb?Lx. z COURSES: English Normal. College Preparatory. College, Industrial, Agricultural and Business. A seven weeks' Summer School is held every year, which gives teachers an opportunity to increase their scholarship, their teaching power and their grade of certificate. ADVANTAGES : Free Tuition, Competent Teachers, Modern Buildings, Good Moral Tone, Healthful Surroundings, Reasonable Expenses. Diplomas from full Normal Course are Life Certificates to teach in the Public Schools of Missouri. Catalogs will be sent on application. BENJAMIN FRANKLYN ALLEN, President, Jefferson City, Mo. Who have hrcn noted for their Kctu-rul satisfaction...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 20 July 1907

A BARREL OF APPLES. But the Groceryman Would Not Hear the Tie. "1 n ih to speak to jou about that hi:!'i (! apples I hounht rt.iv before ji s'i i.l.iv. ' salit the kin. I looking el l : n'l. n- hi You"? have to sec the clerk who Itel.t Miclii to you." tin- grocer are i r'i. very snappishly ' I 'lou t knew anything about them " "Hit 1 desire to ay to you person !! that--" Now. lock h"p: 1 ran t be both ered oM r ewiy pouni of suc.ir ir ;t:t ef ( I r.: r; niv: l t"t" I." r b:irrl of hppIpk that ! .l :st see the youns i- ! on on. lie's arouD'l f :! h!m there at the hnrlt stoic, but I really felt that duty to teM you about It. -.1 nv.uti.l listening to every ri in i " Into this store to l.t' ili'-i'i" liouv:!i! some li'in 't w I'll. (. tliat they've ;. . a, i':. v (link, by my : i aw t I- a - M tile r y II 1 : for any -u-e 111" i omplaint. ':in do .!',!!.. Hut ! . f :i li.i' St.'"' rv.n snie'v , iu sii.-li a THE NATIONAL NEGRO LEAGUE Will Hold Its 6th Annual Session In Topeka. Kansas. A...

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