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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 31 August 1907

Secretary Taft's Coming Did Not Make Any Hit With the Nero Voters It Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son for It Reaches More Homes of Colored People than any othei Paper In the State. VOLUME XI. KANSAS CITY, MO.. SATURDAY, AUillST H)07. MMMKIi .V! I II II Of III ii Ml 1B1 Of II Holds Record Breaking Session At Boonville. August, 6, 7 and 8. Order Making Great Progress grand household upon the splendid Friendly Federation Discussed showing made by the order in its an Odd Fellowa Home Planned Jim mini convocation and .upon its finnn Crow Legislation Hit Secretary . clal and fraternal growth. He greet Temple Geta New Headquarter in ed the delegates as brothers and Pis- New Odd Fellows Temple Building tcrs and hid them n hearty welcome in St. Louis. to Boonville. He said he wished to throw open the door of bis home and make them all welcome as his guests, He concluded by wishing the fratern- ( Special Correspondence.1 T.iKinvlllt Mo Anir R 1907 The District Grond I-odge of Missouri. I !...

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. — 31 August 1907

CHRISTIAN WORKER HONORED. Head of the Ragged School Union, ol London, Knighted. When some strenuous worker In the field of philanthropy in suddenly "com manded" to visit the king of Kng land. In order to receive royal rec ognition of the worth of self sac rlficlng effort for humanity, all the nation awakes to pay homage to the person thus fcii; Ihiin: 11 w u o r r u. i iiw - V. jm Tk. latest instance of this kind Is the knighting of Mr. John Kirk, who re cently completed 40 years' unceasing endeavor to ameliorate the lot of the unfortunate slum children of London. Kins Kdward conferred on Mr. Kirk the rank (Hid title of Knighthood, so that lie will henceforth be known as Sir John Kirk, while his wire will be Lady Kirk. This titular tank is not hereditary. Mr. Kiik ban become famous as the secretin y of the Kaggcd School union. After years of marvelous devotion, honors are now crowding upon bin). At the t-ondon Mansion House be has been preseutod by the Marquis of Northampton with 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. — 31 August 1907

A NARROW ESCAPE. She raised her blond head from hti shoulder for a moment "Do you believe that exercise and lotions and toilet preparations will improve a woman's looks?" she asked. He pressed her blonde curls back upon his chest. "They couldn't Improve the looks of some women," he said. 1 "Whose," she asked. . "Well, yours and Violet Cochrane's, for Instance," he replied thoughtlessly. "I don't understand you," sho said, raising her head for the second time and chilling him with a look. "We are not at all alike." "I mean," he replied, turning her head for the second tlmo and think ing quickly, "that your looks couldn't be Improved because they are perfect as they are, and that hers couldn't be Improved because- no amount of work could make her pretty." She sighed a great sigh of content ment and relief, while he drew a deep breath. In the Current. Dolly has a bathing suit Very short anil very cute Bhows a lot of Blocking! Queer sort of material "Klectrlc ailk," she says they call I...

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. — 31 August 1907

THC RISING SON WM. T. WASHINGTON, Editor and Owner. Office, 914 E. Twelfth St. FiiKMiril Bvrrv Week RISING SON PUB. CO. WW. SON DAWSON, liuslm-ss Manager. Holl Tlione TSO Grand Homo Theme TSO Main prnscnirri'iN rates. Otu-tYir II. W s x M.'tith I 01 Th MM M Siiiirlf iVpv " Ftrlrtly paid In ndvanec. Entrd at the 1'ent Office at Kamm City. as S.-iimuI I'lasa M.ittrr. Corrf jpnri'H tin ntd In every rlty and tnwii tti tli: mat. Vrlti us. All in nmtirr lnt'-ndd fur pulill rati.in htiiilil reach nr office not inter than Tin -d.iy, "f -nrh v.,k, nnd mut be siitiwil by tin writer not for publi cation, liit us Kuur.inle of ntith'irity. .1. V. I'UAKi. Socirty Kilitor. AOVKltTISINO rtATKS. For one inch, out liiM-rtlon $ .Wi i r our Inch, enrh !!itn'MiH'nt m- fit ion '- For two tmhet-. three mouths .'"' I or two rich. r. six month ' For t i le.. he, nine month.. lui l-'cr iw nulled, t w I niuntli. . . . l.Yt Oldest Negro Journal In Kansas City TWICE ALL THE REST The paid circulation of THE RISI...

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. — 31 August 1907

THE RISING SON. WILSON DAWSON, Business Mgr. MABEL BELL, Collector. Remember pleaxe It's tns lltllalta we collect here ana uere bat enable ui to ran from year to year." All announcements and notices ar ten cents per line. LOCALS. Mrs. Green of 813 Westport avenue will leave for Chicago. Mis a 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. Theo Smith, Dr. E. J. McCamiv bell, W. C. Hueston, I. M. Horton and Win. 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 rou want the best worK done cheap bring all of your Job printing to the Rising Son. FOR SALE. House and lot 1U05 Olive. Chisselle, 805 Indp. Ave. J. H. Mrs. L. C. Cap...

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. — 31 August 1907

t 'A Washington Gossip Interesting Bits of News Picked Up Here and There at the National Capital UK NO FOOLISH LATIN ON STATUES, SAYS WILSON WASMINiiTON I lain. everyday barnyard Knpllsh, nnd no high f.ilutin' Latin for Tama Jim Wilson. The pciti tary nf nfii ioulture has Riven .1 ru!' shock to the sculptors who heretofore liave bceu wont to embel lish architecture and allegorical de signs and inscriptions suggesting lln uiiisitc association with the old mas ter and the classics. He has even tone so far as to compel the stone infers to rechlsel the Inscriptions on t!; new agricultural building, the winus of which have been constructed ithead of the main portion. The new home for the department uhich. when finished will have cost a'lout $.!. oii(i. ooi), la now Hearing com pletion, and the secretary is taking as much interest In Its progress ns ihouch it were designed for a country home for himself. un the north shore are four pcdl i.n n' s. in each of which nre a mnle iiivl a female...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 31 August 1907

mcoln. Ho tit tat SUPPORTED BY THE STATE OF MISSOURI COURSES: English Normal College Preparatory. College, Industrial j 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 Surround'ings, , Reasonable Expenses. ' TJiplomas from full Normal Course are Life Certificates to teach in the Public Schools of Missouri. Catalogs will be sent on application. BENJAMIN The Buffalo Cleaners and Dyers Southwest Cor. 19th and Troost Ave. BELL PHONE 2772 GRAND Repairing promptly and neatly done. Good called for and delivered. A. DRUMMOND and GEO. WALDEN, Proprietor The Latonia Cafe and Restaurant 912 East Twelfth Street Who have been noted for their general satisfaction to Its Patrons have undergone a remodeling, and attached a private Dining Room upstairs. It is now ...

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. — 31 August 1907

! NEGRO BUSINESS LEAGUE CAP- thrifty. Industrious and self resnectlna- TURE3 THE GOLDEN WEST. ' masse n doctors, lawyers, teachers, I edit'.ra. to be hopeful In the future; I 1. ' V .VHA I. . . . I J I 1 . . Looker T. Washington Presehet Doe- anJ ,H lhe ,,,.,,,, ,)f ,ho loaRe to trtn. or seir Meipruineso. open ways through which he may ac- complisli mere. We should have on Commercial Instinct of Race Cuick m und.ntce of race rldc. Tho spak- ened Under 8pell of the Spirit cf or Srtwl with a ur.afentng John Brawr, of Kansas'. Sacred rm",A " 'M'l'lausc whirl. lasted sev- r.u minuu'S, wnen lie severely P. J. WEAVER. MANAGER AFRO AMERICA N EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. CRANED OPENING AND RECEP TION OF THE CUNEAR HOTEL AT 1013-15 OAK ST.. NEXT WEuNES DAY. AUG. 28. TO CONTINUE ALL DAY AND UNTIL 12 O'CLOCK AT MGHT. REFRESHMENTS SERVED FfEE OF CHARGE. ALL ARE COR DIALLY INVITED TO VISIT AND INSE.CT THE NEW HOTEL DUN EAR. j HAPPENED IN MINNEAPOLIS. Henry Got PiJ of tl'e Do In Short Order. Mr Ni'l.wn, w!...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 7 September 1907

WALTER S. DICKEY is the Nejjro V '-rs' choice for Chairman of Slate Committ I Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son for It Reaches More Homes of Colored People than any othei Paper In the State. VOLUME XII. KANSAS CITY, MO.. SATURDAY, SEPT. 7, i!K)7 NTMDKI? t A City Encircling Street Rail way System. With the completion of the West Traffic Way construction, which has been pending in the council, Kansas City will have a street car system that will compare with any of the sys tems of tha eastern metropolises. The officials here are continually getting the modern ideas of the larger cities of the east. Take, for instance, Buf falo, with its superb system; Cleve land, O., with the various methods and suggestions of that wonderful street railway genius, the Hon. Tom Johnson, and the advanced system of New York and Hoston. Mr. Belmont, an able adviser of the New York sys tem. In those places they have from 25 to 70 miles of railway running, and such splendid accommodation. The doctric enrs ...

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 September 1907

Washington Gossip Interesting Bits of News Picked Up Here and There at the National Capital 1 SENATE "THIRSTS" COST $76 APIECE LAST YEAR AS!tlN1TON. SeiiatnM are a thirsty M. The report of Charles ; Hrttn.-tt, si-mtary of the I'nitril 2t;r.-s rs.-ti a i . tilidws that (luring the? l.i .! ! i! i-r that ntiirust body con xuneii v'-i rases of mineral water, t-o- ii.i; $i:,(i70. Thou there was ? for carbonized mineral water, $ f r lemons atul sutznr for It:.- a ti famous si na'e leriionail". mulling V".il f fti.sr.'.M for ilvlnkab'es. and l a drop of anything ' hard." as far ll a I! IhVial lis! shows Since there '. :' i..'i:;i'ii: tin' it capita con y i".: iion is about $70. It should l-- i ii! -::. ;: d a's i th.it while there .rue M-uVors who drink a great i' i; .f ti.iiicta! waters there arc also som' who drink very little, anil tin-re Is tr.n. h curiosity here as to who drank tin- ni. .-t last year. H it why In the rami- of all that Is nr.; .irliamcniary did any senator in d a "skir...

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 September 1907

NOT THE TIME TO STOP. ManaQsr Saw the Possibilities In tha Situation. Jim JohnBtono, the famous bne ball umpire, said recently In New York that baseball crowds woio far kinder to umpires than thejr used to bo. "This Is true of theater crowds, too," said Mr. Johnstone. "Why, with provincial touring companies In the pdBt. maltreatment was regularly ex pected. In fact, the companies prof ited by It In more ways than one. "I know of a compnny that was playlnff 'The tiroken Vow' 1n Paint Kock, a one nlclit stand. The audi ence didn't like 'The Droken Vow,' and crks. cabbages and potatoes rained upon the stage. "Still the play went on. The hero raved through bis endless speeches, (lodging an onion or a baseball every other minute, and pretty sore from those nilsniks that ho hadn't been able to dodge. "Hut finally n, gallery auJItor In a paroxysm of rase nnd scorn hurled a heavy boot, and the actor, thoroughly alarmed, started to retreat. " 'Keep on playing, you fool,' hissed the manager f...

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 September 1907

THE RISINi Zm ON WM. T. WASHINGTON, Editor and Owner. Office. 914 E. Tveifth St. In .1 Kv.ry Vc,-k RISING SON PUB. CO. WILSON lUWSDN. DUnllU'V MullilKM. Hell Tlione 780 Grand Iloiiu' Thorn TSO Main 8VMCUII'T10N IIATF.3. V.. IV.' ir X M.'!:Ih Thr-e M.'Mth ... SiiiKlf ! Ptrirtiy paid l,i mlv.i'icp. Entered tit tl" T'st orfico Rt Kansas City, .is S. r.nul i.is Matter. Corr . !''. ! m. v.antd In i vi rv city inl tiv.n In Hi ; Mill". Wrlle .n. Ail in k in. itn r li.Hiiiti.l fur piili'J- f.iti.Ti -:i .'! ! .I'll i"ir . n.'t 1 . 1 1 P til. iv Tii .'.. . i f i.nh w..k. n:nl miis't bt s.cinil l tin' wnii-r n.ii fir i i : 1 j.itii 'i I'.;t .i.i .i.i i.i nti of ,1'ithiirity. II Mi I (i . ii ,i r. citAic. icii'tv Kilitnl. BEAUTY CONTEST NOTICE. A I )!' limn now mi lni wish to Iiiim' minu s i 'iii ri il In tin' MiNiuly t'diiti si tii n s t m'IhI In '.i Miirs in- timro liffnri' tiny ran inter tin- tontcNt. i'iiiihi 'iinTK i.in ln limiclit lit Mr t'.miilirll A I Illusion's ilnii? Ktni'r. ami Smlth...

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. — 7 September 1907

THE RISING SON. Let the Mate rhnlrnmmhlp come to Kalians City. WILSON DAWSON, Business Mgr. MABEL DELL, Collector. Remember please It's the little bits we collect here una taere bat enables ui to run from year to Tear." All announcements and notices are ten cents per line. LOCALS. TWO NEATLY FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT AT 1320 EAST FOURTEENTH STREET. The Shirt Waist Club continues to have nice crowds nt their Friday evening dances. Have you seen Weaver? If you liav not, go nnd call him up! he will get you a job. If you want the best worlc done cheap bring all of your job printing to the Rising Son. FOR SALE. House nnd lot 1005 Olive. Cliisselle, 805 Inn p. Ave. J. H. Mrs. L. C. Capps of 140G E. .14th St., will leave this week to visit friends nt Monroe, Mo., Quincy, III., nnd Hannibal. HOME PHONE 4886 GRAND. MRS. NANNIE BIBB, POMPS WIGS AND SWITCHES MADE TO ORDER. 1607 LYDIA, FLAT D, KANSAS CITY, MO. Mrs. Mary Eaton has begun house keeping at 713 Independence avenue. Furnished rooms fo...

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 September 1907

THE US 3U HUES PEACE. I' fut..r, tlirnnijli long "n-i;.-,1d jjr.iw faltit-T and with -.'i.-'im. sweet Ihj-a-r.' t!. w.l.-e of Christ "IVu 1 mi of "tiger from I' hriZ'-r. p.r Wrir's cn-tit nrj.tn shrike 'M ! i, "111!1 s i.f .f t!-e Immnrtnls. 1..V" ur.M". IT . ' ' ' 1 I...HI!'. BETTER THAN THEY KNEW. He- Church That Trusted in the Lord Was Vindicated. rnr.LiwvInn in a hilly district In uhiM lioulii :i small tract of land anil in ('I a church bulldinc upon It. Th--it Hi'- inj'-sUoti df insurance- rami" says tln Youth's Companion. Mr. Siprs, tin. wealthiest member, who ha.l rimi til. M'' il half the- money jici-iI-".I for tin' tn w structure, declared lliut to di.l nut believe in Insurance. "This in 'hi. Lord's building. 1 C J I laki' rare of If." ho said. His icw .it vailed, and there was no insurance. In a few weeks the I 1 1 i 1 1 i iii was struck hy lightning and iltii'.st totally consiiini'd by fire, Mr. Si pes rotilrilmtlnK tin- Krcatcr por ilon i I' tin' fund, as liiTore. This l...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 7 September 1907

ecoln. SmsHitimte The Buffalo Cleaners and Dyers Southwest Cor. 19lh end Troost Ave. BELL PHONE 277.! GRAND Repairing promptly an 1 neatly dune. Goo.li culled (or and ilrhvi red. A. DRUMMOND and GEO. WALDEN, Proprietors The Latonia Cafe and Restaurant 912 East Twelfth Street SUPPORTED BY THE STATE OF MISSOURI mm m M 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 senerul satisfaction to Its Patrons: have undergone a remodeling, a...

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 September 1907

F. J. WEAVER. STATE FAIR SEOALIA. ; rriit lucpai'.illutiM a 10 l!lr) made for tln SfM'iiHi Aiumul Kxlilbltlon df Hi.- MiHxoUrl SUto Kulr, Ortohrr C h. 1!'"7. Tliti-y in' brick Imrn. ii:k tlnilly fin- prnof, will) n raimclty f l.'.n unirmiU filth urn IiHur i-rect-I Niw witlks Ik'Iiih laid and i ml the ul'l ciin'M ti'iuilri'd. turur ua'i-r iiiaiti ar." l.ilil mid cxtt'tiurfl to 11 stock luiins. affording an abumt- nici' hi waicr lor live mock ana an Incri'iiM'd iitc.xsiirn for (xf inmilHhlun fin1. Tin' main boulevard Is lielns ilil with macadam under the miper Uloti of the rnlted States Depart- im-tit of Cood Honda, tluiH fiirnlHhini! Kiniile of permanent roadway for the inspection of visitors, liullt In the tno.e approved and practical manner. 'very possible convenience for the onifoit and entertainment of inl- ors s lieliiK provided, ana me most ueeessfnl meeting In the history of the institution Is assured. The Comi ty Clerk lias premium Lists for dis tiilmUon. or Secretary Itipley...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 14 September 1907

The Negro Voters' 1 Pays to Advertise in the Rising Son VOLUME XII. BACK IN THE FOLD Bolting Negro Pythian Return to Mother Lodge. 8o Announced the 8upreme Chancel lor Yesterday. Booker. T. Waehlngton Addreeeed the Delegates Friday. Un.form Rank Drill Well. Louisville, Ky Sept. 4. (Special.) At Llederkran Hall yesterday morning the fifteenth biennial session of the supreme lodge of the Colored Knights of Pythias, the largest and strongest organization In the world, came to order when Supreme Chancel lor Starke for the fifth time struck his gabel. There sat before him repre sentatives from not only 27 grand lodges of the jurisdiction, but those colored men who in their several com munities have stood the test, and come to be leaders of their people and examples of business integrity. Un like most colored institutions, the Knights of Pythias is a business insti tution. The Supreme Prelate, C. D. White, invoked the divine blessings, and the real machinery of the organl bation which dir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 14 September 1907

SiLLIMAN INSTITUTE. Vnork This College I Doing for the Natives .f Philippine!. Siiiiman Institute w.t founded la 1!i1 liy Dr. H. H. Sllllman ol Cohoes, N. Y.. with the purpose of creat ing In the Philip pine a body of Christian men trained for the practical walks of life. From the door of the college building tho Is lands of t'ebu. Bo hoi Slqutjor and Mindanao aro StU.lMAN. -learly In vIpw, and others lie Just ver the horizon. It was for this rea sen. and to keep tho school away from ilie dangers of city life, that the town nf OnmaRuetfl on the Island of N'egros n rhosun with Its background of liish mountain, and the Pacific only a stone's throw from the school door. It Is tii the center of theVlsayan tribe if over 3,000.000 and within ensy reach of them all. The plte pectus not to have been chosn amiss, for the peo pie have taken the work of the school K-'riousIv from the start and have sup 1'iirvd it loyally. Tho school, which is i. niler the care of the foruign board of the Presb...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 14 September 1907

KANSAS STATE HEWS. All' the Money Needed. Capt W. S. Albright, deputy bank examiner of the utatn bank comml olnner'g office, In ipeaklnjt of the flour Isblng condition of the Mtate of Kan una at the present time, railed to mind some Instance that show that Kansas Is looked upon as one of the richest states In the Union. "About ten years ago some of the banks In the East held mortgages on Kansas farms and seemed to be afraid they would not get the Interest. Now conditions are different. The eastern people are send ing paper Into Kansas and offering as high as 7 per cent on It. They want Kansas money. One bank that I re cently visited was scut a list of f loO, worth of pnier. The mall of the Knn na banks nowadays Is heavy with paper Hated and sent out here. But the Kansas bankers are conservative nnd won't Invest unices they know what they are putting their Money Into. The. legal roserve in the Kan sas banks is bigger than ever before. The newspapers often speak of Kan sas needing mon...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 14 September 1907

THE RISING SON WM. T. WASHINGTON, Editor and Owner. Office, 914 E. Twelfth St. iil.:tti. , K.iy v.-k RISING SON PUO. CO. VI I. SUN TVSO. lUtni Manager. Ii.'il Thotie 7S0 Grand l!iin; Thorn? "SO Main Srr.SOKIt'TI' 'N i: I K!. ll..-V.'.ir ... S x M- tit'iH Tin.-- ..t,(.. . ' Mn.-ii-1 ;- Ptrlct'y pi!-1 l' .id;ini-o. Enteral nl tin- 1' t office nt Kinwil I'm. .is sJi-r.'iiil I'i.iss Mitt-r. furri-spm. l nt wint.d In rvrrv city n.l 1. n in ili.n mil-. Writ-- ns. A.l n-ws m.iinr inn ti. ! .1 It p-.iMI-mu.'ii ii..uM ii. i. m cir c.rri.-, n.-t i.it-r than T'i.s.I.iv. -r ' h k. and must he r.' I'v tlii' wnoT ii. 'I f-r p-ih.l-;.tt..l 1. 01 .1 KU.ir.llit'.r of :ith"i ity. .1. I CIIAHS. Sni it'iv l-Mitor. Ai'V kktisim; For one Huh. one mmiti.'ii ror i in. Ii. e.u Ii niil-m'.i lit in sertion , K..r t., Irt.'li. . ll.r. v in-M.tli l,r tvl.i it;. II. . !"X UK-Ill he I'.ir two In. ti-s. mil" inoi.th For l la.lnK. twli- iths. .'Jo Oldest Negro Journal In Kansas City TWICE ALL THE REST The paid circ...

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