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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 10 August 1907

3 ft 7l THE RISING SON, WILSON DAWSON. Business Mgr. MAHEL, HULL, Collector. Remriuber please It's the little bit we collect here ana t lere hut etinblt ue to run from ynar 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. J. H ChlsHelle, 805 Indp. Ave. Miss Lydl- R. Warner of 15 S. Har rison has bam appointed solicitor and collector In Kansas City, Kansas. r. J. Weaver, manager of the em ployment agency 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 strvlng one of the best meals In the town. If you want the best work done cheap bring all of your Job printing to tht Rising Son. WANTED To adopt a girl between the age of ifour and seven. Address J. H. Webst...

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. — 10 August 1907

NEWS FROM MISSOURI. A Remarkable Sn.ike Stery. muM t fi;i.i rU.i ! iN- sn.ikr 'nt;it:it . n i'l l!:;it !-itiity wa wit lion S.ii.i !i:.ii::m!:;Mn j iis-t north of A li'iii- i it 'M r aiwl a sulnoa th-' f t : '. r (Yi I Ioiil' ami t iwn nr three Inelies hlioner, MONDAY UNIVERSAL WASH DAY. Tlie e tr m . I b I'.iris, sn.iko, l!;. Lit nu t ;t;i'l li.'uan .1 il.Milly striiKHIe fr t!ie ?!. The KUineii sn.iko fit.ll ly cot tl.c heul of tlie iitin-r into its II. until ami ilelll.rr.it. ! m t ;i!nilt to shallow tlie en I in re'llie. It luul O'ttnii al'iiut In 1'utiiM et tlie lilue r.ti'i-r dewii ul: ii Mr. I'titiiiiiiftlinin seized a M ick ami Killed It. Me I'rmifihT tl-.e Miaki tn town a nil they wi n- xii'u. i v Kr-iire of wonili ritto lite:!. T!:'' Hue racer fitted so lluht ! into its .aii.monlst'a mouth and Icily that the difference In color was all th.i . :.aM"d a person to ti ll wherf !'! . i.ilcl ami the other lnan The fact iha: el, nit. r i t.ikit.i; ail I due ran nitiiihani w.'r-' 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. — 10 August 1907

1 ' .5 .it- 1 fas SUPPORTED BY THE STATE OF MISSOURI a WBfKT r The Buffalo Cleaners and Dyers Southwest Cor. 19th and Troost Ave. BELL PHONE 2772 GRAND Repairing promptly ni' neatly done Goods culled for nnd delivered. A. DRUMMOND and GEO. WALDEN, Proprietors The Latonia I s Cafe and Restaurant 912 East Twelfth Street S Who have been noted for their Roneral satisfaction to Its Patrons have undergone a remodeling, and attached a private Dining Room upstairs. 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. t Diplomas from full Normal Course are Life Certificates to teach in the Public Schools of Missouri. Catalogs will be sent on application. 1 BENJA...

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. — 10 August 1907

Additional Local I'lVf. S cliniif fur I if U- .l.'.tn. I, mm i -n si ! ion. I'o'n'S. K; I. hi.! .M..sKr. I'ari'i tit- r ' ! ill: III'; II 1 Mi's Win. I'i 1 1 IX 'It v ill t::i.nc ill lh" Vi.is.iuilif Mi. .!.'! I liirrisim. I t. .' N. Hirch rf.rn. !inii mi Mis. K.i inli; iih. V'liy. Kim-.i- I :m ni 'i' I nf K.llisl- Miss lii W ill l.'l ilsiiiin; iih Ak. I S. nl i. W (1,1 ! kf ts H'n' ill 111.' Mo it mi- Mrs T i r:n t-nr ! l.ii..! H'hnni i: I' W it rn r"' 'li nf 1 N - ' . (.m'-h' l i St. Insi'iili In at iir aiiiili- H:i i't rt'Minii :l liniiu' l.it.cnln Instili;i'. frnm In r Mrs Oi.a l'au'f nf Tnl.:i. Kan (m is ii t!i- ciu isitiu friends-:i-ul li- r are'i's al ".'1 K:i:;i. Wll tint li.iv f.-st a'.n:-' wl'!i iSu:;. A Mrs. Ih.tti.-r:.-nn l .i- l--:t I t .ill- nf !! I'.c . all man's cnn nir l-aiilv mutest WOM.W U'VISKU. I.i- l ! lao.lt ( it v t Slit ' r ltd a will Iv.M Mar -At-cks' it turn 111-' W T.nis f..r 'In,. .'! n's i.i li ..t-.l.-i I a'l. ! I- I ll I K: Win r, 1! an I s ml. mi s K...

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. — 17 August 1907

'.'";:'',:i " .5 ', . .0 ' '- ' ' r:"V site V. ;;.! ;,,v. 1 Special Issue of the It Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME XI. 4, MB if S. T. rETTlGREW, G. M., Huntsville. GRAND SESSION OF THE U. B. F. AND S. M. T. The Thirty-seventh Annual Session of the I'nitit! Brothers of Friendship, Twenty-third Annual Session of the Grand Temple of the Sisters of the Mysterious Ten, and the Second Session of the Royal House are now con vened In our city. The sessions began last Monday. 10 a. in., at Arlington Hall, with a full delegation, and th re are good indications that this wil, be the best session in the history of the organization. "This Order is one of the best Negro frati rnal organizations and is n deserving one for all of our people. The membership has been steadily In creasing under the administration of Mr. S. T. IVttigrew, and has reacl: .1 H.iHtO in the last year. The financial condition of the Grand Lodge is above Titlcism. and indicates wise and businesslike manngi mint. T...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 17 August 1907

1 I MK JVAi'l AT NEGLECTED MISSION FIELD. Te African Sudan and Ms ti.inized Millions. Unchri- Kvcryhodv knows about tin Kongo. Stanley has tn:il It famous. To most. the Kongo Is tin " N o w Africa " Yet I ho Sudan is greater than the kongii region In cMeiit :ni popu lation It Is a now or worlil in Con tr:l Africa, and an older. I ti 1- !..-. known, less rn ori'il than tln lvii;o re gions, and was peopled earlier. It is fur more civ Hi z.i'il than (ho Kongo. It Is not wholly heathen. Half Us people S1'1N N ATI V K. worship in their way tho one HvInK niil Thi'y are inonothi'ists. Moham medans, tin- other half, tin lower, subject. I'onijiii'i'i'd half, are heathen. AraH tiionothi'ism anil negm fetishism ire mingled in the Sudan. The poo pic nvo of mixed blood and mixed re ligions. ( 'I In- nam. Sudan is a witness to this mixture. It Is an Arabic name, ainl means Land of the Blacks." It Aim. '.-ises (hat I he land of the negro has become Arab. The Somite, and I he Handle dwell together ...

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. — 17 August 1907

HEALTH NOTES FOR AUGUST. til? fcaoc vs. IT ' . . mm'' xC 3C 1 r- s :oc h-.w-v van August la the month of Internal catarrh. The mucous mem branea. esoeciallv at thn hnn-ela. mre very liable to congestion, causing summer complaint, and cuiarrn oi tne ooweis ana oiner Internal organs. Pe-ru-na Is an excellent remedy tor all these conditions. SETTING THE BRIDE AT EASE. "Wldder's" Sympathy Went Out to Fellow Passenger. A couple recently married had Just entered the train that was to bear them to the mountains on their honey moon, when they became aware of the close scrutiny of them by a female pas Fencer, who had evidently "spotted" a bride and groom. The young wife, on opening her handbag, let fall some rice on the floor, and the woman smiled. The other passengers regard ed the couple with interest. Seeing that the bride was every moment be coming more flushed and uncomfort able by reason of their scrutiny, the woman In the goodness of her heart, leaned across the carriage, "Never mind,...

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. — 17 August 1907

THE RISING SON WM. T. WASHINGTON, Ed tor and Owner. Office. 914 E. Tvseifth St. IVMNh-d Fury Wc.k RISING SON PUB. CO wii.son nwvsnx. liU'imsst Manager. IX' 'I'hono 780 (trnnd lKdno Thorn 7S0 Main SriWHllTI'iN HATES. ( it.. IV. .,r 1 M tith Tl.f M. r.t'. ... ,i.i" 1 1 1" Stn.t'y i'it.1 1-1 ,-uH 1:1. n. Etilir.d .it t'.. I' ft 1 'Micr tit K.itis.ii ."iti . .in S....iul lilt M.ittir. Oorr. ! ;! tnt..I In very city nd t w :i In tin M.it. i us. All m..tt. r lt,t'ti... f..r p-ihll- -at: ti si...,M 1. .1. h i-iir . t !! 1 1 t l.tt.r tli. 11 T'i m!.i. "f 1 1. li .mil nmt be j. .. -1 I y Hi. writ, r t r j.ub.l ;i .i,t .is n i.ir.it.t. r nf authority. .1. 1 fit Mi!. S.ici.'tv Kihtol-. Ai'VncnsiX'J i.vrr.f. i.rii' iricli. ctiH Hit"' r I n t . ,. 1:1. li, 1 .1. Il fill -" 'U. tit in- tw . i'i. Ii . llir.e tii.'tutis In it:. h. s. MX III. .Ill li' I.. In. li. s. ri:i. 111..1.1I.S 1 IWH II. 1 III S. liVv Ill.'lltllS. . . . 1 r 1 ..'.II Oldest Negro Journal In Kansas City TWICE ALL THE REST The pa...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 17 August 1907

t THE RISING SON. . -. WILSON DAWSON, Business Mgr. MAHEL nELL, Collector. Remember please Jt' the little blu we collnct here ana Here bat ennblei ui to run from jrenr to year." All announcements and notices are ten cents per lino. LOCALS. A. M. Schwetcli, of Columbia, Mo., Is now in the city. The Jenkins vent down in dofeat at the hands of the llrlnkleys, score 11 to 4. Mrs. Nannie ltibbs, of 1C07 Lydla, has just returned home from a visit to Kansas. Dr. Key, a physician of this city, will leave Friday for an extensive tour in the KuBt. The Shirt Waist Club continues to have nice crowds at their Friday evening dances. Have you seen Weaver? If you have not, go and call him up! he will get you a job. If you want the best work done cheap bring all of your Job printing to the Rising Son. FOR 8ALE. House and lot 1005 Olive. Chisselle, 805 Indp. Ave. J. H. WANTED To adopt a girl between the age of if our and seven. Address J. H. Webster, 1704 E. Tenth St. Mrs. Connelly, clerk in the offi...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 17 August 1907

THE DAY OF ATONEMENT Sunday School Lessanlor Anf. 18, 1907 Spfcn; y fret-are J (jr Thn Ptptt I. KSSuN TKT.-l.cv. Hi 5-:J. Memory V'" ('. '1.1 'i:N TKXT. "Wherefore l.e H lit:., t.' mvp tl.i-m let tin- inlet most thnt ii u . I by him " IKK 7 .'.'. TI.Mi: In the Interval h.-iwe. n the PrsT -t.,v i f first liioiilh 'if the ii'W year .r" !,. the t 1 1 r . . l ;n iim- ! Mi-I ti l' I I i i i M (I. I V f III" r-.il n, ..tit!. iM.y i..n tl Nrai lit- lift fi-n.i'.. lr. 0 C. ii.'. r.liiiK to the w . ! .... . v II. Ai'i: In .:i:n h.f.r" Sinai. Con ment and Suggettive Thought. I:i .'i .l'T '. ii'i-h-i Maud the s mlmls i'.i! ' i s nl' t!ii l.ssnn. it will l' l'i .-t t.' t..v. the s li. 1 .ii'.-i sv e !'r thi'in si'Ivim in t hi' Hs'": !:.uv mi'iailied and 1ii..i oft. n !!; "i:!v f.r! ct lhi'-c p.-i !: wi re, how S'UIH'-I M; HMISt tllllr hc-llY- in it" ol all l;.- li;il done fur l.i-:i T1...-V I.- "!.'. 1 Si'inetMtiU to mnko iivvf 111 atni'ss Si'llll'- t!lt'?'l 1 .1 " I .' 111! deeply tli" evil Ht...

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. — 17 August 1907

ocola H hi tit tut SUPPORTED BY THE STATE OF MISSOURI taSt'. 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. The Buffalo Cteaners and Dyers Southwest Cor. 19lii and Truest Ave. BELL PHONE 277.! GRAND Repairing promptly and neittly done. Gool cnlleJ for and delivered. A. DRUMMOND and GEO. WALDEN, Proprietors The Latonia 3 Cafe and Restaurant 912 East Twelfth Street Who have boon noted for their jtonoral satisfaction to its Patrons bare undergone a remod...

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. — 17 August 1907

;..'. ! ' - -i.'i: f I'. !'.. 1'. A. S M. T. n.l inu. il fr..;i l-'rol.t Pa a-. Pric'ty Evfimg. August A" !':: t !: I ii'l w il". iM-ci;r i;a:a l-V.-t ivli f i ; . v. T u !, i!. : , il ii ,i i .- i 'I' Iihm i Will It tin 'I in p' i. -. t.'tiird.iy. August 1?. 13:00 a. rr.. -Os.im.1 fuliliif !i d inlr. n.i I a- I .: .'I S'.i::'! M'.i; ' -M : ti. i ' ' in. mi M : t i tin' tli.i'id S; ctacil.ir Array of t!.- !ni!a! I .!. ar.t! ; ; i ; t'mi.;. i tnic CriH v lii'.isi n- of Ktiiul.t- Ki.c'i.t .,; . K';i!"M..n I'riil ol iie i .. il Iniil Co!.i of ladies ami oth r a l.ai.'v 1 '.:!!. aial a 1 1 1 .'.in! Pa!!, t. ad. v ! In holmr of our visit In:,' cn-si (I ;.'!' . '.I'll".. I, . il ( t ".'..ir'" .''. (-lit I!'l Si 'lis J"i Cents I'N'll. '. VIA I . r - - - - THE L. C. CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC 914 E. 12th St. THE ONLY NEGRO MUSIC PUBLISHERS IN THE STATE THEIR MUSIC IS NOW IN DIMAND AT THE JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION. .1. w v .1 T. "ASTON. Member li'iard of Management, .It ffiTson 'il . . .- 1 I '.. Lfji...

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. — 24 August 1907

fSajllliw wr,;Nro li Pays to Advertise In the Rising Gon VOLUME XI. NEGRO BUSINESS LEAGUE CAP TURES THE GOLDEN WEST. Booker T. Washington Preaches Doc trine of Self-Helpfulneee. Commercial Instinct of Race Quick ened Under Spell of the Spirit of John Brown of Kansas's Sacred 80II Register Vernon Telia of Ne gro's Value to the Nation Best Meeting of the Series. Topeka, Kan., Aug. 19. The Na tional Negro llusiness League has captured the "Golden West" and in turn the league has been captured by the bounteous hospitality and cordial welcome of the good people of the Sunflower State. This Is the first session of the organization to he held west of the Mississippi river, and it is readily conceded by all who have followed the fortunes cf Dr. Wash ington's famous aggregation of con structive workers, from lis inception in Hoston eight years ago. that in conce nt ration of nttfittion uion the work in hand, in the evidences of progress made over preceding years, and in the practical results...

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. — 24 August 1907

THE CHRISTIAN WORLD FOUNDER OF THE BARACAS. What Has Come of the Initial Work of Marshall A. Hudson. In l!0, Mr. Marshall A. Hudson, a business man of Syracuse, ttuw a big opportunity nnd a heavy responsibil ity, and started a young man's ltaraci lllblo class. Ho felt that the love and enthusiasm of young men was being lost to tho church and that by org uniting M.VRHMM.T. liriik)N. A them Into a clasa In which they feeling of proprietor- would have a nhlp. he could best win them to Christ and the church. He has seen tho PI vino approval In tho conversion In that first class of 230 young men of whom 200 have Joined 'tho church. It was not originally Intended, he Bays, as a world wide Ilaraca; but God inoant it no. Many evangelical denom inations are now forming these classes nnd tho world wide Iiarnea, as Vf National I'nion is called. Is now found in every section ot the United Watos and Canada. Over 200,000 members are enrolled, and Mr. Hud Hon, the busy mcrchnnt, is president witho...

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. — 24 August 1907

Israel Journeying to Canaan SwaUj School LoMotlor Aaf. 2 J, 1 W 8pM)tllrfnpmd for This rtpar ' LK8SON TEXT. Numbers 10:11-13, S93R. GOLDEN TEXT.-MAnd tho I-ord wrnt before them by day In a pillar of a cloud, to lead them the War; and by night In a pillar of Ore, to giro thane llshf-Ex. H:2t TIME. n. C. 1490 arcordlnir to tho eommen chronology. Scholars are di vided between this date and 200 years later. The second stage of the wilder ness journey, the new start from Slnal, began on tho Mth of the second month of the second year after leaving: Egypt (May). They had spent about a year at Slnal (the 20th day of the sec ond month was May 27 In 1K2, and will be May 4 In 1915). rLACE. They started from Blnal near, the southern point of the peninsula be tween the two northern arms of the Red sea. They moved In a northerly di rection Into the wilderness of I'aran, or the Till (Tee), the great barren region between Blnal and the southern border of Palestine. Comment and 8uggeitlvo Thought. 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. — 24 August 1907

d r.i'O cou;)le to know that I WANTED A FIRST CLASS WOM- Wfl T. WASHINGTON, Ed tor and Owner. CV;c, 914 E. Twcilth St. f..'..'l.-1-..-.l Kvrry W-ik RISING SON PUS. CO. UI,SON tU'.Vi'N. Uuslnrsa Mati.i-tr. IVI1 Thonp 7S0 Cram! Home T1io:k TSO Main PIT?''!'.! ITI'W 11ATI... , v P. y, ,. ji M-.M'i. I T:i!,. M' ' ... .tu-;- I '' Piri ; p r..l In .v'v;i:,,, Enli r. 1 thi !.- office at Kit nana City, i s wi-t c;.i M.iili r. Crn : i-.i.-ct i r t I tn iv rliy rid t. M 111 M ..'!. W'lli' i A.. i . j i i . ' . - iM.-n.li .1 i t uti!l ti I'M ii.'ih .iir i ifn'i- r...t l-itir t i T.it ! , . i'i .irh v'k. Hi'.! fiuit t. s.t,,.1 ! t!'.' Ullt'T tut I'," f.u.l :.,t. ,; I'.t .is . :.:.! .t- 'f " 'It 't Ity. I. P. CKAI'".. SiK ii ty I'ditur. Al KltTiSI.N'i itATKS. F'T one I Hill. OTIC IDS' It! HI I ..' 1 ..r . l.i. Ii, 1 ... ll I-..I.S .tl l.t in- t I l", r tvv.i In, Ii. f. t : in ' '!" 1 ,.r t -a j iikIiik. 'is ji : i : ii k V r In ' 1'ii'lnf, I. Hi'' Til : 1 1 1 f 1"."" 1 r l. 111' LiS. UllVB mouth...

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. — 24 August 1907

THE RISING SON. WILSON DAWSON, Business Mgr. MABEL BELL, Collector. Remember pleaMe lt' the little blU we collect here ana t lere bHt enable ua to run from year to year." All announcements and notices are ten cents per line. LOCALS. Kansas City was In great force at Topeka. Mrs. Green of 813 Westport avenue will luavc for Chicago. s Mis Alice Hlgglnsbotham Is In the city from Boston visiting: friends. Mrs. John Wheeler of 1411 E. 17th St., will leave quite soon for Chicago. Mrs. Bowman, the mother of Mra. Wm. Fairfax, 1322 E. 14th St., is very 111. Dr. Thoo Smith, Dr. E. J. McCamp hell, V. C. Hueston, I. M. Hoiton and Wm. Houston. TWO NEATLY FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT AT 1320 EAST FOURTEENTH STREET. The Shirt Waist Club continues to have nice crowds at their Friday evening dances. Have you seen Weaver? If you have not, go and call him up! he will get you a job. If you want the best work done cheap bring all of your job printing to the Rising Son. FOR SALE. House and lot 1005 Olive. Ch...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 24 August 1907

Mrs. Bailey's Mistake By LILLIAN GREY (Copyright. One .Tuno afternoon there wa a gentle knock at the hnll door of a cer tain farmhouse In the back country. "You go to the door, Dell." said her M ther; "I Uo hope It alu't nobody to hinder us!" Tin girl obeyed, nnd on opening the door found an elderly man stand 1 :i jr In the vine-shaded porch. Will you bo so kind as to tell me If 1 am on the direct road to Clifton, and n'so how far It is?" V. s, hit. and It's about three ' Three mllis yet? iVnr mo! And Is tin-re nry hotel or place where I can uii a meal on the way?" "No, only farmhouses like this." "Well, can I pet something here? 1 !v ti a nl.i.-s of milk will be very ac- table." ' Ti il him we don't keep a board i' : v.1.-1" called a sharp voice from the 'Kitchen. The uii l'n face Hushed, and she re 1 ::,-!: If youii Just wait n minute, I'll :).-'. a! out it; we're very busy Just r. -v. ." She n- nt down the hall and pulled tl t hut afler her. "We ii.lh.t hvc him a lunch, moth rr; ...

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. — 24 August 1907

ILSinicoln. lira lii it unit SUPPORTED BY THE 5TATE OF MISSOURI The Buffalo Cleaners and Dyers Southwttl Cor. 19lh and Troott Ave. BELL PHONE 2772 GRAND Repairing promptly an.l neatly done. Goods called for and delivered. A. DRUMMOND and GEO. WALDEM, Proprietors The Latonia Cafe and Restaurant 912 East Twelfth Street . 4 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, Mb. Who bare been noted for their general satisfaction to Its Patrons have undergone a remodeli...

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. — 24 August 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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