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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 27 July 1907

WATCH FOR THE GREAT BEAUTY CONTEST WHICH HAS JUST BEGUN IBysjoAdvertlse In the Rising Son for It ReaehesMore9Homes of Colored People than any othei Paper In the State. fT.l Vr ' itt tti y unuMivAi. KANSAS CITY, MO.. SATURDAY, JULY 7, 11107. -T-"-"rTr' REV. J. M. BOOKER'S, July 19. i-.m-t. I 9uccaful Administration M'MHKIt 4(i MISS ANNA H. WARNER AS ONE OF THE GIRLS ACCOMPLISH ING SOMETHING. This paper wishes to call the pub lic attention to Anna H. Warner who has done a few things 0f which she may feel Justly proud. Miffs Warner was born In Troy Illi nois and educated In the schools of that place. She then attended the mu sical institution of St. I-ouis. Com ing to Kansas City at an appreciative age, she studied with Prof. Lee learn ing his entire course. Going to Flsk University she made a splendid record entering the 5th grade of music from the start being the sec ond girl to get so high a rating. She finished her technic and harmony, and she almost finished the recital course, bu...

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. — 27 July 1907

THE LnUltlj TT Villi. WORLD'S OLDEST MINISTER. We Is Rev. Thomas Lord, of England, Aged 100. Itcv. Ttinmn.-t l.onl, of Knulaml, 1ms iiisi tMii.Mi-il upon hla oni hundredth year, ana no is probably tint old- st, minister In tho world who In utill In nrllvo norvlrr. This Vet- .i y nan i mi' i . fA' rctlr.-.l from th. ilk jAi ministry tu arly :'0 mJrywfl y,'ar" ai;": ,M." flTUW frequently re.iph- TTTTv tTTTTmas 7 r,1,!V,,,'t ln l.,.lii the district where lie resides. l)."si.is takltiu uirt In temnrrnnee meeting. In whlfh work hi- lias been an pntluislast nearly all tils life. V. li-n ask"c to explain the serrot ot his ! life. Mr. 1-ord Instantly re plied 'hat there was no secret In It: "It is the duty of every Christian." lie said, "to use his own common sen.,.- ai'.d to lie moderate In all things. Ily .loin; ihat, I have lived to he over :!'" While iihstalnlnR from IntoxIcatitiK liipmrs. Mr. Lord has also abstained from using tobacco. On one occasion, an old lady aflvlsed him to take ...

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. — 27 July 1907

Wm Tills In essentially a year of costly Simplicity. I never remember having teen bo much costly lace used on sum mer (towns as this year, and besides this Introduction of rare old lace the Blous of Japanese bilk. Th broad kimono alraps snow a cen tral Inarrtiun of embroidered munlln, nnd tlien, In front, the blouse Is finely tucked and Inserted with lace, groups of tiny liken buttons being another pretty detail of Its trimming, while the elbow sleeves re arranged In quite a new way with crossed and niany-buttoned straps of silk, to hold In their puffed fullness above a luce-Inserted cuff. muslins themselves have been em broidered by hand In a manner so elaborate and fine as to dofy descrip tion. Some of these embroidered mus lin gowns are worn with the smartest possible little coatec-boleros of tus sore or chine taffetas. For example, Blouse of Broderie Anglaise. The dainty effect of this blouse Is en hanced by Insertions of lace, nil edged with tiny frilling, the scalloped yoke nn...

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. — 27 July 1907

THE RISING SON WM. T. WASHINGTON, Ed. tor and 0ner. Office, 914 E. Tvseifth St. !'.;! :. .. ! V.vrvv Wck RISING SON PUB. CO. WII.SnS PWVSuN. Hu-iiies Manager. in 11 Tlione 7S0 OrauJ lh'iiif Thoiu' 780 Main No It the Accepted Time, Tlil Is ilif lnt.li Mill- of Hit- vt'ar: ti'iu It wluii- ci may. for pn-nently tin- lli'od of lu II fo ilt ''alt. all wr dure grow pity. anil nnotliiT m'aiiro of jmir t visli-iice. another om- of your bountifully glwn rhHiirr" to do si'ine thin to warrant your licttiK on this urth at all. will have gone for ever Huston (llolip. HOWARD UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE StHSi'KlPTl'iN HATES. ti :.n i ' s M.ii.tii M - . . . c!e I'u'iv . Sin. ;: -u- ti n.lv.in . Ent. r. ! it t'- I' -t off:.-.- :it 1 ins.m . .i S- vuii 'i.i M i' I' r. rr ; '; -t w it t- .1 f rv city ml: t t is v ;: Mil. '! ! A ". f. k tii t. t r i. . I, I !-tr ) i ! " I -. .. .! i. i. !i .. ,r ' ! . r i i ; 'I . I . . 'i k . Ill 1- t t.,. u-.' I 1 v II' t r : t I i .. . 1. :. 1.1 .is u . ..1. ,M- ....

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. — 27 July 1907

THE RISING SON. WILSON DAWSON, Business Mgr. MAHEL HELL, Collector. Remember please It'i tbe little bits we collect here ana t Jure bat enable us to run from year u year." All announcements and notices are ten cents per line. LOCALS Prof. Henry M. Love, celebrated Clairvoyant and Mind Render, Infor mation (riven on all matters. Resi dence 2413 Horn avenue. Mr. Al. V. Strodder, th; advertising specialist, has been authorized by the local cammittee of the lT. B. S. and 8. M ,T. to solicit advertisements for them and the convention wrlch con venes during August In Kansas City, Missouri. edltorals All the solids are moving below Mason and Dixon Line. the Mr. Edward Allen Carter, A Negro of Kansas City, the author of the work entitled "The Nrsro und the Whit Man." This book shows re markable literary genius and ability. The book shows remarkable renearch Into the exciting period of the No pro's present condition. Mr. Carter has shown by tho composition thnt he has made a careful study of...

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. — 27 July 1907

V k , ,kj .j ;, .5. .f, . , I KANSAS STATE NEWS, f Pion'cr Villages Gone. Of tin' tiiiliii'l-nlis towns which ex isted in ' 1 -1 . K c county ni lime f tin- I'lx.illl.'iit mil i'f tli.it county. H years imo. hut three Mill t-'Miai ii -1-ov.c:!. Havti'i and Sherman I Ity. In tin- extieme lioi'bweM, tti Picas ntitvlcw ti'tis!il, wi-ie Neutral t'itv and PbMsantvlew. tin1 latter be 1ns tin' tir-t conti'y scat for better th:iti m M'ni In Shawnee township was W'p'ntila. a niili' north wncm t'li stl.tii' now stands, and I'm: Walk, as the vil'MCi' was called, a mil'' Murli of the present K.iilui'r mint's. In tlio wist :i 'ln rokee Cit M'Thw t .if s-.!' !- ar.l Mi t W 1 ."1 till' t n i'l K-'-s '.i:i.l ft tin' county was fi'ilj'Ii' of tllib'H re 1 lallow I'll .v !!'Hri. midway he- I s ,f ("hi'tr creek ;.. T... in the it let. Wlll'tV lit : a Si' Hill I'i-llli'i'! ill- is I. II'.. V ,1 f.l'.llll all days ,t tfl oncr i at t!;-ni cf tin mark Stm'il ill is 1 ;i:;d ' nl!,, s . ;! ! 1 Ml.' il.u-f -a...

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. — 27 July 1907

nmcoln. Imsltiitiuilte SUPPORTED BY THE STATE OF MISSOURI i r mm mi r MiS b; it"i l-ajmwi 'c The Buffalo Cleaners and Dyers Southwest Cor. 19th and Troost Ave. BELL PHONE 277 ! GRAND Repairing promptly nl nently done. GooW called fur and delivered. A. DRUMMOND and GEO. WALDEN, Proprietors The Latonia Cafe and Restaurant 912 East Twelfth Street 1 1 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 boon noted for their Rr-ncral satisfaction to t ihitrn...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 27 July 1907

A BARREL OF APPLES. But the Groeeryman Would Not Hear ! the Tale. "I wish to ?po:k 1i you about that t;i:n ! of 1 !onsht ,)ay boforo i ,' said tho kiml IooKIiik olJ ( ti t Irman. ' Viui II luve to 8oe tlip rlorU who oM tlnin (o you." Ihn grocer an iry sua il shl v. "I don't liiow :i!i 'Mtic about ttit-tii." H it t ilesiro to a. to von prrson : 'ha; ' i. lnnls hfrf: I rnn't h" hnth .-! nvi-r every I'mirnl i f ii:;ir or ;.!! rf riiliT or barrel 4 up'!" that i-:rrs sell ,l.it see I he- youin in.ia who w.iMod i n "'it H, ! around f.TiPW ll' V " Vi s I s. i h':n there n' tho b:ielt n1 of !... tmt I really felt that i was i:iy d ry to tell von about It. Yon ... , -- If I -tood around listening to evprr who roniei into this store to vtiid.::i they've bought some- ttn:,i; th.-y didn't want, or that they've turn tdith'ed. as tliey think, by my fieri,. I wouldn't have time for any thing else You'll please excuse me. The clerk will hear your complaint, and if there is nr.thtn we can do yen n a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 3 August 1907

i pi Governor folk's J I Pays to Advertise In the Rising Oon VOLUME XI. CO-ED LEADER WAS NEGRESS. A DI8COVERY BRINGS A 8HOCK TO CHICAGO UNIVERSITY. With White Skin and Much Beauty, Cousin of the Notorious "Much Mouth" Johnson Held Her Popularity Through Five 4. Years. Chicago, July 22. Society citadels of Uu University of - Chicago tiave Ik en . stormed by a Degress vlacl ouh, talented musically, as wnite sum neU as the average white girl and much sought alter because of tier clever linguistic and conversational accomplishments, her triumps en dured and waxed uutil it was discov ered that the girl, who up to that time hud been welcome to the most sacred college circles as a white co ed, whs in reality a cousin of "Mush Mouth ' Johnson and was reared in his family. ,Mush Mouth" Johnson has rectlved much newspaper and police court notoriety because of his prominence as a First ward gatuoler, second in political rating only to "llinky Dink" and the "bath house." A 8orority Turned Her O...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 3 August 1907

A WOMAN'S SUFFERINGS. A Dreadful Operation Seemed to Be the Only Outcome. Mrs. Clyde Plxley, Bridge St., Deld lng, Mich, writes: "I had Inflamma THE mPTDTCTT A XT 3 M WORLDS A WORK OF FAITH. Siery of the Remarkable Founding of a Bible Institute. Thai fnlth in God win accomplish chine which to man may seem Impos sible has received remarkable dem onstration in the history of the ltlblo Institute of Pittsburg, ra. It Is an organization whoso Christian activities are sus tained entirely through prayer, one of the very few cases of the kind In tho Unit ed States at the present time. The history of this singular work, now In Its rut: f.ir.t.K insti- TL'TI'. year, U a most Interesting one, vi tho Christian Herald. With ab i.'lir'ly no endowment or permanent runl. with neither collections nor sal r'," and without even telling of the i-'ciis of the work either In public or riv:iti this Institute, with Its 40 stil lents. t::i-t been acquired and equipped limuthout. until now It represents J.'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 3 August 1907

Is Pe ru na Useful for Catarrh? Should a list of the ingredients of Pe runa bo nbmitted to any medical ox EBrt, of whatever eeliool or nationality, o would bo obliged to admit without reserve that each one of them was of on , doubted value in chronic catarrhal dis eases, and had stood the test of many years' experience In the treatment of nch diseases, TKE&B CAN BE KO DISPUTE ABOUT THIS WHAT EVES. PernnaU composed of the most efficacious and universally used herbal remedie for catarrh. Every ingredient of Fcruna has a reputation of its own in the euro of some phase of catarrh. Peruna brings to the homo the COM BIKES KNOWLEDGE OF SEVERAL SCnOOLS OP MEDICINE in the treat ment of catarrhal diseases; brings to the home the sclonuflo skill and knowl edge of the modern pharmacist; and last but notleast,brings to the home the vast and varied experience of Br. Hartman, In theuseof catarrh remedies, and inAhe treatment of catarrhal diseases. The fact is, chronio catarrh is a dis ease whi...

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 August 1907

THE hi t WM. T. WASHINGTON, Editor and Owner, Office, 914 E. Twelfth St. PuWIsliid F.vrry Week RISING SON PUB. CO. WILSON n.wvsoN. lluslnrss Manager. Hell 'Dione 780 Grand Home 'Phone 780 Main BunsenirTJ'N hates. in Year It Six Month I Thrri- Month ititl tlijiv Strictly paid in advance. Entered at thp 1'ont Office nt Kalians City, as Second Oliisa Mutter. Corrmpiimlfiit wanted In every city nl town in tins M;ilv Write us. All nrwii mutter Intend. -I for puhll ?mion should rnuh our office not Inter than Tinsdiy, of rm h week, and must be Binned bv the writer not for publi cation but us tcJiimr.tee of authority. .!. K. t'KAKS. Society Kditor. AIVKi.TllMNH AATKM. Tor cine inch, on innertt.m Kor one mill, e.irh miI'm n nt I en Inn For two Inche. thr.-.- months... Kor two iichiK. nx month For two Inches, nine inoi.ilis For two liu In s. twilve mouths Oldest Negro Journal In Kansas City TWICE ALL THE REST The paid circulation of THE RISING SON is more than double the combined circulation ...

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 August 1907

THE RISING SON. WILSON DAWSON, Business MT. MABEL. DELL Collector. ! ' ftatneiuber plea "' ' ; ' i U' im little bit we collect here na t ere batraable ut to ruo from year U year." All announcements and notices are ten cents per line. LOCALS. This paper Is going to run a "guess who" column every week. Have you seen Weaver? If you have not, go and call him up! he will get you a Job. FOR SALE. House and lot 1005 Olive. ChiBselle, 805 Indp. Ave. J. H. Miss Lydla R. Warner of 15 S. Har rison has been appointed solicitor and collector in Kansas City, Kansas. K. J. Weaver, manager of the em ployment ageircy Is still going for ward with his enterprise. The peo ple are supporting him admirably. Miss E. Gould, proprietor of the dining room at the Weaver hotel, has a very good place and Is sorving one of the best meals In the town. Mrs. A. Hogan, of 2446 Woodland, is very comfortably situated In her new home. She has recently pur chased the place and intends to make it a desirable home. Mr. an...

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 August 1907

THE TABERNACLE SunJiy Srhont Lf Hon lor Aug;. 4, 1907 rrc "f Prrrl tcr This Psrr I.KSsi TliXT Kxdi: 40.1-13. 81 . Mi nry .'!'si SI. 3. . iiiI.Pt-X TKXT.-'lirfti n ilt.inl rov il t' li tit if 111"" rnmjiVK.HInn mid the i.: T of II Lord filled the t;ilit't"ii.u-lr." l . I i :i. TIM!'. I'1" Wirk on the .atv-rnv.-le v.,.i lii'-rini in 1 1 1 o vi-tiMi tti'Miili tr n 11.' I'v 1 1;.. ami i .liiij'l" tril ilrrinir the r !::.i:''i r i f tlie ar. Tl:e tnlilt rn:iol .-. i! -.li. il en 1l:o t'l't l.iv t tl' v..ir. i ll tl:e flrt of AIhIi icalt-il nlso ' iv. It. H5 tlie l.ittir irt of M r h nr t:itly in April. I I. MT. - -The !t.iln, i:r-n.i!mh. nt the f.- . . f Mii:i t 8in.i I. Tl.e wild -rrM-. St'KIl Tl liAl. P.KI'KKI'.Ni'I'S -JtiM-t. rv i'f the T.iherniii'le Kx. ; l',i, v , i:v. 4.i iT-.tl; Num. I IT: .Int li. 1.1. 1 S. in ."..I-'., t C'hr.in. .S!: '.' Htrnti ' r. :. ii! ir.il with 1.:!. 5. S "lid 1 ';: i I I ii ra'lvo Mi inliii; of the T..'.t -!' - ' "i T 11; 1 !. '.. s : 9 1-12 r. t Comment...

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 August 1907

i'ocoln. lostatuit SUPPORTED BY THE STATE OF MISSOURI The Buffalo Cleaners and Dyers Southwast Cor. .9lh end Troost Ave. BELL PHONE 2112 GRAND Repairing promptly and nentl done. GooiU cnlltd for and delivmd. A. DRUMMOHD and GEO. WALDEN, Proprietors The Latonia Cafe and Restaurant 912 East Twelfth Street A " 1 L . .Sa-r L 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 grde 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 born noted for their rpiicmI satisfaction to Us Tatrona have undergone a retrlodeling...

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 August 1907

f REV. J. M. BOOKER '& Successful Administration AS PASTOR OF THE PLEASANT GREEN BAPTIST CHURCH. WILL DEDICATE NEW FOUNDATION IN A FEW WEEKS. AND LATER TO COMPLETE NEW CHURCH WORTH '!!;. P1.-is.itit Cri . n H.tpttt riiurrli of tills r!ty Is iin nruiinlatlnn nliimt ii' vimis i.ld The first pustiir nf this church wan Hov. .Inlui Mi rmm. of K'litncv. lit- ;s an n!ih ilofi'tnl it of tin1 tiosn'l itml of Htioiii; mural haractiT. 1U miccviIimI In buying the propi-ryt In fear (if Independence and Tracy avcMiey, and Imlldlni; the frame house ulseiv the ClintTli In at present. After Kev. MnriKin's death the next preacher who lecame file pastor of the ('hutch was Hev. At ford, of Kansas. After a slay of altont two yearn Kev. Alfnrd was toiceeeded li.V !. K. M. Wilson, iif Kentucky, who was the Jllost Intellectual pastof tltc church lias over had. He was an able defender of the church nnd n pulpit orator. These two preachers, Kev. Alford and Kev. Wilson, were Nith overcome by the same weak...

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 August 1907

WATCH! Watch If Pays to Advertise In the Rising Gon VOLUME XI. THE L. C. CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC 914 E. 12th St. THE ONLY NEGRO MUSIC PUBLISHERS IN THE STATE THEIR MUSIC IS NOW IN DEMAND AT THE JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION. THE LISTON & COUNTEE CONSERVATORY,' AND MUSIC PUBLISH ERS, ARE MAKING A GREAT RECORD IN THE MUSICAL WORLD. THESE ARE YOUNG MEN OF ABILITY AND SHOULD RECEIVE THE SUPPORT OF ALL. THEY HAVE ISSUED TO THE PUBLIC SOME VERY POPULAR SELECTIONS, WHICH THE PEOPLE ADMIRE. BE SURE TO PURCHASE A COPY OF THEIR LAST PUBLICATION, WHICH IS BECOMING QUITE A FAVORITE, ENTITLED, "I SHALL NE'ER RE TURN," AND ALSO DO NOT FAIL TO GET THE "ROSA" MARCH TWO STEP. ONE THING TO BE REMEMBERED IS THAT THESE YOUNG MEN HAVE SEEN THE GREAT NECESSITY OF ARRANGING A COURSE OF MUSIC, SO THAT ANY PERSON WHO DESIRES TO LEARN TO PLAY ANY INSTRUMENT AND READ MUSIC ACCURATELY PAN DO SO IN AS SHORT A TIME AS SIXTEEN (16) MONTHS. NOW, IF YOU ARE THINKING ABOUT STUDYING MUSIC, OR GIVING YOUR CHIL DREN A MUSICAL...

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 August 1907

lEmollStm of The day rf the supremacy of the linen costume for hackabout wear Is over. The (rouble with linen Is tli.it It mus.se readily, a mussed linen Is a Oeplorahlo sight, and one rnn"t rldo In railway trains without leaving traces of it on linen. Itajah and worsteds do not muss readily and arc quite as cool and more pliable. As for the lightweight rloths. those lhat do not wrinkle easily aro Meal. For )ears they were too heavy and varm to make comfortable, traveling tostuine ami those for wear around town on warm days. Now, however, that the art of making them la service able yet smart colors, and also of lining them with silks so thin as to mid hardly anything to their sub Hlanoe, the former objections are done away with. Then, too, while starch added to the heat of linen, there. Is none of that In wool nnd worsted, and they clean better and are suitable for a greater number of emergency cases in the Rown line than are the Rajahs. Not a few ho called "Jumper" or pin afore dre...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 10 August 1907

m . m i. If V . J-1 ' "' i. Ik It 18 Hi l e iiiMH&tR IfflOQORADIffbZ WHERE TO BEGIN. What It Needed Most It Revival In Home Religion. Rev. C. L. Goodell declares that what the church needs to-day most of 11 Ii a revival of home religion. "We are getting bo busy," he save, "that we do not have time for family prayer. Father haa to get off in the morn ing, and the chil dren have to get off to school, and there are so many octal engage menta at night Martin Luther said that prayer n d provender hindered no man. "Let us go back to family wor ship. Let us go back to the train ing of the home. My father was never so busy that he did not get us ill down on the kitchen floor before be went out in the morning, and have prayers. He had the old-fashioned way of praying for each member of '.he family, beginning with the oldest boy. I was the little one of the fam ily, and whatever I was doing, I would itop when he got to me. I felt that If he was interested enough to talk with Qod about me,...

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 August 1907

THE RISING SON WM..T. WASHINGTON, Cd tor and Owner. O'f.cc, ST. E. Twelfth St. !'.!' ;!! .1 tt..ty We. k RISING SON PUB. CO. wn.siiN mwfioN. l'.u int s M.ui.'icr. lv:i TIii'iio Grand U'y Thoti'. 780 Main srnsoiuPTi.v r.ATi:.. I Y- ir . tl ."" v M ... v . 1 "' P...-.- M"! : . ... ' J-.. ' ..- .. ' Sir!. ! ; 1 I : Entr-.l a: I! i".i. .i" 1 h.t -t ( iff-.ce at K in;! .1 Cl.iss M ill. r. t'orrt ;. :! ;-.t w illful I'l vory city Slid t"n .:i II'.;!" M.ii"'. Writ. us. All !" r. I'l.-r liifiiil. .1 fur pnli II r i. . i 1. 1 'h i."ir . ii"l l.it. r t'l.l;'. I ..-! . "f :i. ll .111-1 IMU'-t h- I v t!i.' win. r nut i-r pub.l- C.ti. i; I .'. u k i.i 1 i' l" "f auth.n ity. .1. IV fllAIC. Sin U tv Kilitov. AI' I'.KTlSIN'l il.VTKS. For on.. inrh. our mstrtlun t 1 ,ir . in. li. i.i.-li mil'!" .pi" nt Pi nt iti-ri tT ! I".ih". IhriH Mi.irtlK f"'"i ..r lu r . t,. - iii.jntlii " Kor t " li. .. m;'' mollis 1""' ror t n.i'lHK. In.iu' inuiiihs l.'ui Oldest Negro Journal In Kansas City TWICE ALL THE REST...

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