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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 10 July 1903

' .j.i- a r.. . t ' '.r' v ..'A ri. fH- j -'i : 2.U I THE RISING SON. ...4'Wm. Fairfax, Society Reporetr. V A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. f Remember please 1 ', Mi little blu we collect here an .h r e . That enitblei us to run from year to year." LOCALS'. '.:vf f Visit his little daughter ; Mrs. wnson, on wgniana avenue. . , who was badly burned a Bhort time : '.i.V dled Monday and waa burled'lfrom Ai '."the Second Baptist church Wednesday ,'v -'' afternoon at 2 o'clock and waa laid to M. . . . . . . real in union cemetery, - The oRone Concert Com Dan v will be ? 1 ' ? home next Thursday for a summer va- f'j' cation after a very successful tour y ur pact bcwuu, 2 VI-. W1l1v loft loef waolr fnr Oil. till O , V V J V iuuk " VUB capo to visit her daughter, Kittle Wil ly Love. Mr. Wallace Dcane has purchased i home on Park avenue. The Stlvtr eLaf Club will have two or three swell outings this summer. Mrs. Frances Mock will soon go to Minnesota for the summer. Miss Vera Westly of S...

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 July 1903

i An m At!. I m a frfkrtm of the wither! Staff sly Illuminate, and frvlt and chaff Art naught. Hut pour me tears of rain to qua IT. And 1 win car not If I wep or laimh. Wnnrterlt'S the world, and thou my god- liko lovr; Thou nrt tin d'lty unlver above Bend ninny winds to please, male. orritna mn Tor my grmt wonder, O my port love. To thy oni-rt mooda 1 would be Ilk ft tlowfr Onft In the flow1n wind, or like ft pool I'.nii-1'h the purple rain; from hour to hour Then aw-nyrirt; I am thine, prlratrM or fool, f rnr tint If my Iff be anna- or aob. Bo In tli nlht I hear thy strong heart throb. Florence Brooks ta Century. II In the Sugar Bush It had been understood by the Dixon and the Taylor families, and by most of the people for live miles aroused, for that matter, that Tom Dixon and Bessie Taylor became engaged as they wore rldtim home together from the -outity fair in October. The emct date and exact circumstances of stich things are always of vital Interest to an agricultural communi...

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 July 1903

LYNCHINGS IN THE UNITED STATES DURING THE DECADE JUST PASSED ' Th lynching of th negroes at Wilmington, Del., and Belleville, 111., the efforts of mobs to mete punish ment on negro criminals at East St Louis and Peoria, and the widespread discussion at this time of the race problem, have turned the attention of the public again to the prevalence of lynching and the causes therefor. Statistics of the last ten years show that 1,483 lynchlngs have occurred In the United States in that time. The following table gives an exhibit of the extent of mob law for each of the years: ism aw IS! in? ISM ISO 110 115 1M 171 1HOI 1S5 IM 131 1H2 M 1W IfiR 19U1 to data ii 1888 127 Last year shows the best record for twenty years. January, February, March and April of this year indicat ed that 1903 was to be even more free of the outbreaks, but June con tributed fourteen lynchlngs to the rec ord, and eleven men and one woman, all negroes but one, were victims of the wrath of mobs In May. The roll by st...

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 July 1903

J. WILLIAMS, OKNKKAL Blacksmithing. Horseshoeing and Wagon Repair Shop. Good Material and First-Class Workmanship guaranteed. 707 Independence Ae. Kansas City, Mo. Only I'lrst Cla. Colored Shop In the City. The Very Lowest Prices. Residence 416 Laurel. Telephone 1052 Red. DAVID T. BFALS, PrcsiaVnt. FERNANDO P. NEAL, Vice-Prest. V. H. SEIGER, 2nd Vice-Prest. CHAS. H. V. LEWIS, Cashier Union National Bank KANSAS CITY, MO. Statement as made to the Comptroller of the Currency ai the close of business Feb. 6, J 903. RESOURCES. Loan nn1 dNcnunts V. S. Hunt!- itt viir Muiiiiip i! ltor.tts.il pir lu-.li ului Sik'J' hxchaiitr?. 15.981.798.36. 523.O0O.no S-J7.441.M ,.4.1m'i,i;h5 it B, 031. 126.43 Total f 11.01 j,U-4 79 LIABILITIES. Cnpltnl Stock Surplus Kn tul , I'n.llviiV'il irotl tt Unearned Interest National Hunk Null's Outstanding. Deposits ...9 BOO.O"0.00 3' '0.M HI.00 71,771. 00 04.9i3.nO 423.OHO.00 ... 9JIIH.I70. 17 $11. .Ij.bi4.79 Ivld T ll. ii.i. Ileo. H. Hure Kdword Urntv. I,. T .Tu...

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. — 7 August 1903

7: ft ri V- 5 S ''4 if 4 I Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME Yin. We have in our midst Dr. McQueen Carrion, dentist, who romcs to this city highly recommended In hla chos en profession. His office Is located at 910 East 12th Sst., Kansas City, Missouri, where he will take pleasure in waiting on his customers. Calyl and see him. USED IN 1858. Way back in the year 1838 the Original Ozonized Ox Marrow was used by colored people In the Norm and is now used all over the country from Maine to Texas and Oregon to Florida. The continued usr ot the preparation for such a long period of time is a positive proof that it gives perfect satisfaction to all. It makes kinky or curly hair straight, soft and beautiful. Stops falling hair, curea dandruff and makes the hair grow. Never falls. Warranted harm less. Only 50 cents a bottle. Get it from your dealer or Bend us CO cents and we will ship you a bottle express paid. Address Ozonized Ox Marrow Co., 7G Wabash ave., Chicago, 111. A Mystery...

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. — 7 August 1903

Tte Thought of God j th. how tho thoimht of find nttraots Ati1 drnws tho limn from farth, And ! kms It of p.iiiik phuna An.l dtinntmif Hi 1 1 1 li : 'TIs not nnih to nv our oul, To fiuiti tii aNTiinl tins: Tut tho'mht of '! will rouse the heart To hm.uu nuMlilm d.'lrr. find nrdv ! thn rre.ituro'f home. Tlini h rmmh mid straight t!ie ronJ: t i..ii,ii,n ran satisfy 'I lie tele Unit loll for Uol Oh n'lir lut th nnmn of flod I ii w n In your heart of hearts. Av I how from the world at onrl A.I 1Mi tll;C light (3. alls. A trusting In. itt, n yf irrdnn eye. I'rtti win lh:r nay nlv.vr; I! niou!,!,-iti!i i an It tnoviM by faith, It tin re ivsn I'oWor In lovp ' - Frederick W. Faber. r THE NIGHT RUN OF Ry ELMORE ELLIOTT PIAKE. PART 2. ("'ipyrltlit t'Y M'' lur. F'tit'llpn To. IN TMRER PARTS. (Continued ) "lie brave, girl!' Ingly. tinmen hU "You line t to tulles nit In mi r, or ho paid PtiTiiiniK own vice hok. nialio seventy-five Utier; tint you've put the H in tiiiH' td Ik it with, Give her Jk...

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. — 7 August 1903

ROBBERS ROUTED BY BEES. THE FLOODS IN LONDON. Mp5 1 '. ir Inexpensive Hat . Sh wanted a dashing hat for the mountain resort to which she was t going, and -her money was all but spent. So Bhe bought a picture shape of a tawny lace straw, rather an odd looking thing by reason of its color. She trimmed It with small flame-colored ostrich tips, and the result was a picturesque, dashing chapoau. The feathers completely encircled the low crown, and there was no other trim ming. It was novel and Individual, and strikingly topped oft white, black, and linen color gowns. Red Linen Gown. Cown of red linen, trimmed with stitched bands and stiups of the ma terial and with linen-covered buttons. The blouse is trimmed around the arm-size bo lero fashion with the bands, from which extend little straps fastened at the ends with but tons. The stand ing collar Is of Irish lace. The odd sleeve is In two parts; a short upper part, tucked on the out side and trimmed with the bands, and the underslcevo 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. — 7 August 1903

LBWI8W00P8 Pus'iiMi Manama. Putil'.shfd livery Week FISINfl iON PUDUSHINCCO WM'Usi'imTlON KATKS: One r"ar U M t.t u.nailH f ir uiotillu 40 On montii U Htrlotla pnttl In advance Entortd at Hie I 'out OjfiVt at Kanna (.StJ, u Sicoud Mutter, Cirrpoi)(lrnt( wanted In e' cliy and town in thin statr. Writ1 u. All nrws matter iii!'inii'it for pub ItoatiuD nhoiild rcu'ti uur ollli'e trnt la ier than Ttii tlay, of t'arli weok and mutt be signed by the writer not (or publication, but asuaraniee of auth antlrltT. OFFICE:-No. 117 West Sixth St., Kansas City, Mo. uj . . a aw it L-S AdvrrtisliiK Rte. f ot on l-h. one Inaertlnti I M Fur iu: Inch. eah euliei u.ial Insertion l fcvr two tarSes, thrve ruonih 1.141 jrortwn turtle, ill montli HO F'ir iwn Im-lies, nine month. luity fat two liictiea twelve month 13 uo OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE REST. The paid circulation of Thk Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 7 August 1903

t iV ' i . r I,? 5 THE rising SON. laXifl 1 1 Hl Mi 1 vV TtTm ralrfn QimIaIw Damava . . " . " " !-, Uk AVIV. "'it t i i ( xkeiueuioer pieaso ti toe nuie dim wo collect nere an Litre That enublct ui to run from year to year." LOCALS. Captain Gibbs Is seriously ill. Mrs. Robert Wllley la on the sick list. Mrs. John Lang has a fine horse and buggy. Mrs. Hattle Harris spent Wednesday at Leavenworth. William Fairfax spent Saturday and Sunday at Blue Springs. The Silver Leaf club will soon rive a picnic at Dudd's park. Mr. and Mrs. Hopkins' oldest son died Wednesday morning. The Press association meets at Col orado Springs In August. Miss Daisy Day will go to Lawrence, Kaa., today to visit friends. Madame Staples, the queen of song, will leave shortly for Chicago. Dr. and Mrs. 1,. J. Holly went to In dependence Thursday afternoon. Mr. Jesse Williams has purchased tf large house at C28 Tracy avenue. The Silver Leaf club danced at Hums' park last Wednesday evening. Mrs. Lou White returned f...

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. — 7 August 1903

GOD'S Thy home Is with the humble, Lord. The Hini lrt are the Wsi; Thy lodcing m in rhll.l-llk hearts; Thou ni iki'-'t there thy rest. Dear C.-mforter! Eternal Iove! If tli. mi i;t tny with me. Of lowly thought and simple ways, 1 II build a house fur thee. Who mnd- this bentlng heart of mint Hut thou, my heavenly (Input? I.ct i o nr. have It, then but thee, And let It I thy rut. Thy sweetness h;h betr.iyed thee. Lord! iln it Spirit. Is It thou? I")-i 'i'r ami deeper In my heart I (col the resting now. Aunt Sarah's Will Aunt Snrnh Snowrien had never married, and furthermore she had al ways been n burden on her relatives. Tl.Bt is to pay, she bad worked about twice as hard as nny paid hand for her board and cloth' s, nud was still at it when plie was 50 yearn old. She was called "Aunt ' as ft term of derision, nnd as she was Irascible and 6our-tempered lier life was not over burdened with sunny days. At 60 she was expecting nothing but to drudge a!c :g for the rest of lier days ami be...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 7 August 1903

, I f tf TOO CBS BAtX BLTJK, &Red Cross Ball Bin, the brat Ball BkMk re g os. package only 6 cwti, Borne men have to go broke before TT wilt attempt to break theie- f Wea of ba He k. c. bad habits. fr. ALMANAC FOR 1901 The Kansas City Southern Railway's Imanac (or 1903 In now ready (or dls dbution. Farmers, stock-raisers, Wit-growers, truck gardeners, manu tscturers, mer'bants and others seek V. lf a new fie d of action or a new - some at the very lowest prices, can eb- A .I 1 1 1. 1 . 1. f . I I , 111 iviiauio iiiiuiuiaiiuii wuvciuiu 1 rathwestern Missouri, the Cherokee w fid Choctaw Nations In the Indian .'Territory, Western Arkansas, Eastern '7; Texas, Northwestern Louisiana and the V Coast country, and or the business op- f aSortunltles offered therein. i'i- Write for a copy of the K. C. 8. AI- " -iBianac and address, 8. U. Warner, Q. t P. A., K. C. S. Ry.. Kansas City. Mo. : ,if. Few people get high enough tip the ''ladder of fame to make them dizzy. ,.' Ptao's Cure fur Con...

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. — 7 August 1903

J. WILLIAMS, GENERAL Blacksmith. ng, Horseshoeing and Wagon Repair Shop. Good Material and First-Class Workmanship guaranteed. 707 Independence Ave. Kansas City, Mo. Only First Cla.s Colored Shop In the City. The Very Lowest Prices. Residence 416 Laurel. . Telephone 1052 Red. DAVID T. BEALS, President. FERNANDO P. NEAL, Vice-Prest. W. H. SEIGER, 2nd Vlee-Prest. CHAS. H. V. LEWIS, Cashier Union National Bank KANSAS CITY, MO. Statement as made to the Comptroller of the Currency ai the close of business Feb. 6, 1903. RESOURCES. Ixnn ttnd discounts (5,981.708.30. U.S. NotiiK. at par t 623.0OO.O0 Municipal llnmN si p;ir 3.17,441 14 Cash ami Slgat Kxi-hune" 4,lMi),c.wr.i29 6,031,126.43 Total tll.Ol2.'J-'4.79 LIABILITIES. Capltn! S'ik-I: Surplus r'uml Undivided priiills Uifurnt'il Interest Nallonul flunk Notes Oiitstiiixling Ih'posiVa 961tV17n. 17 $ll,uU,y24.79 f.lMl.dnO.'IO ;i I I li M I IM ) 7H.771.C0 94. 9i3.no 423 oi H i.tM) fieo I!. Hnrse. r.dword Ui'orue. DIRECTORS. 1 T. Jumps-. A. ....

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. — 14 August 1903

v. XL 1 ill 'r--!! It Pays to Advertise In the Rising Gon y' wrTTnrn ittt UliUJllJ , 111. i MA J. WM. WARNER. ;J3i Major William Warner, one of MIs sourl's best and purest men of the old l school, addressed 20,000 Mlssourlb-as ; at Humansvllle, August fith, 1903. "1 Major Warner spoke as follows: The struggle for the integrity of a , ixovernment by the people did not end at Appomattox. The war between hon- ;.;f8ty and corruption is ever on. Be- 'iitween these Irreconcilable ' forces the $attle baa been waged ever since Esau old hla birthright. The corruptionist .. k j I M ine enemy oi society uuu goveru- ment. In his insatiable greed for fain jj1; le barters party, friend and country, jk VV-f'He masquerades as the friend of the j people that he may put money in his f'l ?i- Punse. Money is the beginning, the :';?'. -middle and the end of every official ,35jf act of the boodler. He permits neitner Tils alleged politics nor his assumed Tellglon to Interfere wlh his gather ing in the co...

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. — 14 August 1903

HALF CKSTl'HY AGO. CONVINCING ARGUMENTS IN SUP PORT OF PROTECTION. Free-Trade Newspaper cf To-Day Was at That Time Strongly In Favor of Legislating for the Best Interests of Our Ovn People. Curious relics of the past. when fnro ninl si ;i ii.l Americanism rhiirarterl.ed t : minimis nf a newspaper which In teieiit years luis turned much nf Its talents it tul i i.i rtit s In n contrary ill recti, ti. arc fuiir.il in the tllen of the Sn it.(;fieiii Republican of tienrly fifty y lis ;k:ii. 1m tin- edition ef that pa per ef the date (if Jan. 12. I.W.. np I" ar.a an editorial on "The Tariff," wMch shows tlio then cilitur, Samuel r.-nvlis. senior, ns ctic df the HMest nr. il clearest i-luhtril protectionists of tint period. No one lins ever pre .'"i i' I tiHire effective nraumetit In fa .or of the policy !iti li looks after our fwn eonntry mill our own pi opl and knves fnreicners to look after them felvi s than is contain-. I In this urgent mj nai to ruDfii'ss to lose no time In martini: a...

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. — 14 August 1903

n: 1 I , TO 1. ' It 4 4 - M ' V 1 1 ) i J r ..'ft z ft NOW REST, Now rst, my hsnrt! Canst thou by fretting keep the dy From slfmpfn tn tha arms of night. Or tnnkc one urnb'sm longer stay. Or bring on clnudrri star In si silt? Thnu canst not keep life' pain away From that soul dourer than thine own. But thon canst trut earh sorrow may Urln blossoms where thorns might have Brown; Now rest, my heart! Now rent, my heart! Two angola wait to give thee peace; Remembrance with past blessing bring Assurance that good will not cease; I'"orgetfulnesa hath healing wlnga. These will thv true companions he, And hearts with burdens more than thin May feel the love that shelters thee, And seek the rest that Is divine; Then rest, my heart I L Myra Goodwin Plants. I II " , THE NIGHT RUN OF Bv ILMOflt ELLIOTT PEAKS. IN THRCK PARTS. PART 3. V I "I am going to lot her have her VI head!" she cried out, tn her distress, ' Tk. ..I in.nif nop. haps he did not hear and, setting her teeth, Sylvia assumed the ...

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. — 14 August 1903

THE RISING SON. LEWIS WOODS Buajnsss Maugw. Published Every Week RISING SON HUBLISHINCCO rsCHSCHHTlON RAS: On Tear.. H M S;i n.natb 7J f tree nionllii at On month U Btrtctlr P'tM In advance. intend at tfit i"t Ojpict at Kantat City, a Stcnnd CJiiw Matter. Correspondent wanted In ear city and town in tlii Mate. Write us. All ue nuiiter intended for pub licatlim annuld reach our office not la tr th.io TiuiM.iy, of cm'li week and iduii be tinned by the writer nut (or publication, but as guarantee of auth antictty. ttFHCEi-No. 117 West Sixth St Kansas City, Mo. Aclvertialiii! Rnttl, for one lanh, on Insertion $ .10 tot oat Inch, pitch ol.quD Inaertlon .U fur two tar bra, three month I.UO Fortwo lachea, all mnntb 1 00 For two Inch, nine month 10 u) To two Incite twclv uiontht It 00 OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE REST. 'Of: The paid circulation of The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. Ka...

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. — 14 August 1903

-) ft n Rismo SON. u v. tK-v Mr. B. Allen Morris was on the sick list the week of the9th, Inst, but Js greatly Improved. He was visited by several young ladles and gents. The United Sons of Allen will enter tain at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Brlce, 410 East Eleventh street, the first Wednesday In September. A splendid program wll be rendered by some of Kansas City's best talent. Mr. B.jAl len Morris will entertain. C. FRAZIER, Prest. i Fairfax, Society Reporetr. v. T. Wajker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. , . XUciiember please , ' tM little blu we collect here an .ti e I enables us to run from year to year." , ; '. LOCALS. Madame Lucas, the renowned prima donna, better known as the 'Inimit able Queen of Song," In company with Prof. R. J. Jackson, will appear at the St. John. A. M. E. church, 941 Bell street, on August 19th. Do not fail I to hear her. Admission 15c. Children 10c. . '. ISra. Ella Alexander is on the sick ti"JltJb Daisy Day Is visiting In Law- V',-'.t,"1'''.''';A'1 ,vl K' Ml.. r...

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. — 14 August 1903

;,.a e6'686iSift Hissouri Notes w U M A W NJf miL. am. EM Making Ribbon Rote. To mnke n hatidsii-no ribhi n rose Is How one of tie iiiii.-t popti'iir cf tho smart girl's dress accessories. You take three ards nf No. Co satin rlMion !n two shades f pink. Three loops two and n half Inches to throe nnil a l.alf inches iloi p. nml one mil four lnrh. of litlit pink riMion, with two loops o: deeper pink ribbon added, form a low. which tno hnckgrrtird rf the rose. T!ii' Fliclo mil U tied shout the linw at-il trltnniril to n point. In t!iis imv tin? rose Is embedded. Thi' router of tie ruse U maile (.f the io-por pink riMion. A yard and a fourth of thl is iliMi'ilod down the mid dle, and wrapped about n wire stem to form tlie ruse ii'M-r. Throe pi tals of ilr.i": ai d three i f lf"!it i.inl.- i-ii.t - - -- i in'iiiiii 't ere aided, o.ien two anil a half to j throe and n half 1 1 lies deep. These ' ore Imply loops i f riMion which fi,rm tlie outer petals of t'le large rns". A 1 Fpiay (ii roe...

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. — 14 August 1903

1 1 1 I 1 1 I COMPELLED TO USB A CUBED Mrt, T, PrmUlt 83 Own. uln, H Ofwi. , Carboadale, field Areoue, fa., says i Dackitcha, and, draplte tha use of mwUclnea, I ouuld not fDOM$ fsLJi Kt rid ot IU rot eomprUtd a crutch for eifht mM, and a part of lbs llrae wm unable u walk M all. I fairly acreamml It I attempts to lift niT fret from Urn floor, and. Anally, 1 lout control of my Unit through miaknaaa, m I could either bmd nur traiirhten up to mr full height, and If er woman was to a am loin conditio, 1 wax. Mjr hua band tnl to Kafly's drug tor and brought bom a bos of Donn rill. I frit eaalrr In a few day, and, oaiulni tb treatment, I aici a altera. a taunts, bSbaUUXlfiMBJH NAME f. ... TATf For ff trial bot. mall tblt ewiima to TooU-Miltmrn en., buffalo, ft. Y. If ahova spac I, Innainlon wn rate alip. RIFLE Q PISTOL CARTRIDGES. " It' the shots that hit that count. " Winchester Rifle and Pistol Cartridges in all calibers hit, that is, they shoot accurately and stake a good, hard, pene ...

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. — 14 August 1903

J. L-. WII-t-IAIVIS, GENERAL Blacksmithing. Horseshoeing and Wagon Repair Shop. Good Material and First-Class Workmanship guaranteed. 707 Independence Ave. Kansas City, Mo. Only First Class Colored Shop In the City. 1 he Very Lowest Prices. Residence 416 Laurel. Telephone 1052 Red. DAVID T. BEALS, Prrsidcnt. FERNANDO P. NEAL, Vicr-Prrst W. H. SEIGER, 2nd Vice-Prett. CHAS. H. V. LEWIS; Cashier Union National Bank KANSAS CITY, MO. Statement as made to the Comptroller of the Currency a! the close of business Feb. 6, 903. RESOURCES. I)bi and dWrount IS, 981,798.30. U.S. Ilnndt. lit par I 531.0OO.IK) MmiU-tpal llnnus at pur 827,441.14 Cab and MKjt Exchange 4.11".rtH.V29 5,031. 126.43 Total Sll.ul2.9-4 7t) LIABILITIES. Capital Stwk Bno.OiO.flO Surplus Kuml 3".0'M).00 I'Ddivlilnl profit 71.771.00 Vtwirned Intrrrst 9.0-3.i)0 National Hunk Notes Outxtauding 4'23.O0().0O Deposlta 9R 1U 7i 17 111. iJ.U2479 DIRECTORS. Pavld T Heals. L. T. Jnrnn. A. J. Snider. O. W. Lovejoy. Fer nandn P. Nee Geo...

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