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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 14 September 1907

THE RISING SON. WILSON DAWSON. Buslneis Mgr. MABEL VAUOIIAN. Secretary anil Stenographer. Remember please It's the little bits we collect here ana tier bat eaablee ua to run from year U year." All announcements and notices ars te.n cents per line. LOCALS. Mrs. Mary Eaton has begun house keeping at 713 Independence avenue, Furnished rooms (or rent. Lon Lee, known as "Chalk," will pitch the game with Ixne Kim In Kansas City, Kan., for tlio Jenkins Sunday. if you want any letters written or stenography work done of any kind pleaae read the ad. of Miss Mabel Vaughan in The Rising Son. The following young ladies and gen tlemen will leave soon for Kansas uni versity, at Lawrence, Kan., to attend school: MIbbos Lorraine Richardson, Alice Davis, Josephine Yates, Lottie Wbittington, and Messrs. Johnnie . Wilson, Orestes Scott, Woodie Jacobs, Wendell Green, W'llmer McCampbell, Ed Jennings, Tom McCampbell, Reu ben Brown, Warren Douglass, Oliver .lackman, Roscoe Wasson and Way man Ward. We trus...

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 September 1907

Ueber die Sterne 1st Ruh By Elizabeth t Vpvr ' .lie trni lt mrrin' '"i rub I Jo." Wr .. r It wa the Herr l'rofWotT sinking in the ornati loft. llii;liT and IiIj?!kt ...veiled tin- music, lon.l. r and sweeter itio rich full tonos oi m" F"'l :iv.J the mellnw. womb riul v011''' 4' il.e inus?i .an ivm until tin; dim. ipuiliu old -liuvcli was iincu nu ( , - fc(ifsi!o lai iv.ouy. S!uly and cautiously ono '.-f tho Imivy ou'i'v d '"! was partly opened ai.d a d.i-k. hve!.v fare looki.'d timid h in. as ill.- music swelled upward In all i'- .-i'i'iiii.' Hwoi tne.sri, the door wax mis-Ih d farther open h.v a H'tle biwn iiand urn! a llrht, childish I'm'ure en nr. .1 and crept sottly, hesitatingly up the a:s!''. I'n s' r.Uy the music stopped, but Mi. rlultl M inair.ed kneeling aa If In a .nice. The door leading from tho m loft opened anil the musician ..me ;,.! down, humming softly to himself As he came forward hla . t.s tell on the kneeling child with her i apt. exquisite face and her won drous,...

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 September 1907

L lie co In. I in s ll it uts . "SUPPORTED BY THE STATE OFMISSOURI I , COURSES: English Normal. College Preparatory College, Industrial, Agricultural and Business. j i 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: Fee 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 Cleaners and Dyers Southwest Cor. 191(1 end Troost Ave. BELL PHONE 277.2 GRAND Repairing promptly and neutlj done. Good called for and deliver) if. A. DRUMMOHD and GEO. WALDEN, Proprietors The La ton i a Cafe and Restaurant 912 East Twelfth Street Who have been noted for their general sattafaction to Its rntrona have undergone ...

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 September 1907

.(& W " ... .. F. J. A City Encircling Street Rail way System. Wit'i tin ri 1 1 I -t i .11 of tli. Wist Tr;i Hie V;y imstnirl ion. which luis t" i ll I'l ii Hiit; hi tin council, K:ms;is Citv will liavt a nuvrt cir svstcm Ihiit will ct.niii;ir' with any of tin' hvh ti tns i.f till' eastern liirtriHili:;t-tt. Tlie (iflh'ials liere are continually getting the nio.lern hleas of the larger cllii-H of the eiist. Take, for Instance, Ituf falo. with its Hiliierli system; t'leve Ian. I. O., with the various metlioilH ami suuestions of that wonderful street railway Renins, the lion. Tom Johnson, ami the ailvanreil system of New York nnd Huston. Mr. llelmont, an able adviser of the New York sys tem. In those places they have from 25 to 7" miles of railway runnhiK. nnl such silemliil accommodation. Tlie Ic-rtrir ears that run from Clevelanil to oberlin liave special cars for hag Kas anil from Oberlin to Norwalk it is the same way. Farther east. In Massachusetts, it Is even better. A person...

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. — 21 September 1907

II Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME XII. GRAND CHANCELLOR 3137 Pine Street PROCLAMATION NO. 1. To the Officer and Member of All Subordinate Lodges, Grand Lodge Jurisdiction of Missouri: GREETING: The. recent session of the Grand Lodge of Missouri, held in the City of Fayette, was another ilemonstrntion of the progress of Pythlanism. The minuted of that session have heen printed nnit distributed to the various lodges, and I urge the members to read them carefully and note the Important changes made In our laws. The coming Grand Lodge session to be held In the City of Sedalia, In cluding the State Encampment in July, 1908, must be made a grander suc cess than any meeting we have ever held. The indications point to a splen did meeting In Sedalia next year, and all Uniform Companies are warned to look out for their laurels. Toussaint Company No. 8 of Joplln. through her commander, serves notice on all Companies in the State that they will be there to compete for the honors. Th...

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. — 21 September 1907

THE CHRISTIAN STORY OF TWO CHINESE GIRLS One Reared In Christian Home Wini Other Away from Her Idols. Mary Stone ("Stone" being a trans tatlon of the Chinese najno hlh meaning stone") was born Into a Christian family, her fathet having been th first convert to Christianity In all of the l'angt valley. When Matry veun ebzhl year old. her father, then one of the most val . , ....it.... i. MART HTONffl. uru uu""" 1'rrurn M 1. ers of the Motli odlst mission, took her to Miss Howe In Kltiklantf. and asked that she lit trained for the medical profession. A' 1" she entered Michigan university ot Kpcllsli examination, graduating witJ her degree of M. D. four years later I)r Stone then returned to Kiukiang v hc-e she has hail charge of the hos I t'nl work for the lust ten years. In the same city. In the same vent That Mary Stone was born, another baby Kill of the same family namr ratne into the world, but this little one was horn Into a heathen home. "Ri Kuliang." as she Is called, lost her ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 21 September 1907

Mr the) After the heat of midsummer na ture offers special Inducements to the athletic Rlrl, and for mich we offer the above KUKKcstiona In dress. The first Kown Is of brawn and white check with buff revers, and black velvet col lar, and Is crowned with a hat of manill.i turned up with black, and (rimmed with black, and the coat has fiipitiKS of buff and buttons of sold, and beneath It should bo worn any lort of simple shirt, either of lawn, of fucked white; crepe de chine, or of Shantung. The great essential to the success of this costume Is its absolute 1RLS find it an easy taBk to look nice tn the sum mer time. Tho simplest white dress made of cambric, with a tucked skirt and a bloused bodice, will bear, if the waist be trim and the belt neatly adjusted, under the influence of a good hat and a colored chiffon scarf round the Bhoulders, an as pect not un worthy of a cos tume from one of tho best artists. Yet again I quote from a personal encounter, and tell of a dress of white lin...

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. — 21 September 1907

HE n iLIfc a tvOFJ WM. T. WASHINGTON, Editor and Owner, Office, 911 E. Tweitth St. t'uMMi. .! Kviry We. k RISING SON PUS. CO. wii.sov tiwvsoN. IlusliiosH Manager, 1MI Thnno 7S0 Grand Homo ThoiK TSO Main fllMJS'-HM'Tl'i.V HATF9. I V-:ir It ft v M,.T11 I ii Tttre.- . - . . S SitU'lf r.. . ." Str; t i ti'1 In :iiit-,. Enter..! it the I'.iFt )f:icc nt Kansas C.tj. us Si-cmd i'hi.s M.iittr. t"orr'i' :!! nta iWcJ In every city end t"ii Iti lln Ki ll"-. Write UK. All !. m.itur It.nti'li.l f.-r putM ruii'in linii!i i m. Ii 1 1 r .r f ? n..t Liter th.m Tm'fil.iy. nf eurli wirk, imd tniixt be sigri.-d l.y th.- wn.r n t rr publi cation hut .is tiu.ir.i'iti c "t authority. .1. F. I'KAKi. Siirlrty IMiliir. LXAUTY CONTEST NOTICE. Amdiii' imiw n who wish to 111 ti:itni-s int.-.( In ,n' IN'il'lfx t' lllllVl M'lul ill '.'"i lllCH l till '1. I" f')f.- liny :! 1 1 ctiti-r tin' t-tiiitcst. Cmii'iill I :i ; , i H l It In- l'iiu::lit lit Mr 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 I li'iistnn'.s tlrun slot"', il'nl Smi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 21 September 1907

THE RISING SON. WILSON DAWSON. Business Mgr. MAHEL, VAITUHAN, Secretary Mid Stenographer. Remember please It'i the little bit we collect hi-re una t lere bat enables ua to run from year to year." AH announcements and notices are ten cents per line. LOCALS. If you want any letters written or stenography work ilone of any kinl please read the ail. of MIsb Mabel Vaughan In The Rising Son. BELL PHONE, 4886 GRAND. MRS. NANNIE BIBB, POMPS WIGS AND 8WITCHES MADE TO ORDER. 1607 LYDIA, FLAT D, KANSAS CITY, MO. There will be a flower garden dance at the Vine Street Theater. Twenty second and Cottage, for the benefit of the Women's Leapue. Come out and see some of the beautiful girls who are In the beauty contest. KHnRnn City, Mo., Sept. ft. Mr. Kdltor of Rising Son: I noticed some hit" arrivals, and thought as you asked for comir.uiilcatiotis tlint prob ably nu would like these, ns they are some of our lending teachers who have returned and some new ones. We noticed that Miss Anna It. .tones,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 21 September 1907

HER SECOND LOVE By Mary (OopyrifiM. by Thr houso hail hrrn mtat'rnhly dark nil rnl.l to lat? niiup t'ncU I'l-unis diivl. Tho thvcp little chlMivn rJutis to mo in thi most iiitifiil way, and my h;ut utmost hrok for th.Mii whoii tho lawyer tM mo th.if thev wi'M !il have nothing In tho wn:M aftt-r v i l ! : i ti u was srttVI u;. Tl.i y r.vuo to tiii' w!ion tin- l:iv. ir was tiiii". m. -t ilttlo Muvy. ;,:-.) I'.i ss an! Hen. tli" j.iiiy twins I v'llln't t.'ll tln'ni 'li. t.. tlirir m- t v.i v. . ar.il be xii'.'' how en i t:, im ?mnl ". It was on the ! i!;iy t!at a b'ltiT iaiiu- fr..::i f'l :i:i!i ;ivl my ln art l.t!-.t"Mf.I lifi'iu-p ibc etiV'-liii'n w,i- o;m t:.v ';n- it::, p was lii;-' u'l uf bis b-:.:!.t avi i !. ry. only this, of roiirsi'. .in tin:;i. with a little s.nl iirss m; iii'i-oiirit "f my r ti t bereave nt.T.i In ili Ii tii r ho u:i:i'l u sivV.v uiarriiim-. an J 1 was ho wirrv t.' W o1'.!i;,m1 to l' ',! lii rim tbat the i '1-rn were . ft without a j ti ny. in. I tbat I cn i...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 21 September 1907

SUPPORTED BY THE STATE OF MISSOURI 1 i COURSES: English Normal, College Preparatory, College, Industrial, Agricultural and Business. A seven weeks' Summer School is held every year, which gives teachers an opportunity to increase their scholarship, their teaching power and their grade of certificate. Free Tuition, Competent Teachers, Modern Buildings, Good Moral Tone, Healthful Surroundings, Reasonable Expenses. piplomas 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 Cleaners and Dyers Southwest Cor. 19th end Troost Ave. BELL PHONE 2772 GRAND Repairing promptly and neatly done. Good culled for and delivi red. A. DRUMMOND and GEO. WALDEN, Proprietors 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 upsta...

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. — 21 September 1907

r City Encircling Street Rail way System. With t:t. -.iiiii"iti'ii -of w.'i-t Traf';r Way t on: tVin t km, Which ha Kill iir; in tl.e o;ltiill, Uiiiisas Cliy will have a uri'ii tar smtiin thai will I'umprri- with utiv !' !!' ss t''iui'l I '.'' eat rn metroi"" ii.''.-.. Tin1 otlU i .1 1m here are rn'it itm.ilh "-ttiin; the f.ni liTu as 'f tin- l.itr fit i 's of t!ie east. Take, fur installer. 1 " . 1 1" fal.. I. in. I an.! m r... .lo'ill ..v. 'I t '. v. itii its it . with i l r;'i'. v.i -.'11. fl i-ti it- arums of that -I'liins. t ie t V' ii.l ane .! ! !.:. ! M: r ft tie- . hi : ii !..ll III' V. .1 V . il ini fn i i t.il i rlin l r.Li-t- ri.vf nu'llm.ls wii:,..'iftil lion Tom .-V St til III' n.liroli!. York siv . l.af frmn I'l.'i.i.tr'. an I i.il Tli III rifvelali.l ill'- Iff li:l'i . Nnrualk it . : - a.-t. In smith. Kor Instance, her.lntiin.t; with 'tie noriheast, this lliii" torn li with the Jackson nvoiue anil llar.lest.v liii". .laeVsmi nveiiiie ati.l llarili-fly Ht'e tn'K lies 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. — 28 September 1907

THE RISING SON, the Most Powerful Ncoro Journal West of the Mississinni ill. r r - Vi . ( J: If Pays to Advertise In the Rising Gon for It Reaches More Homes of Colored People than any othei Paper In the State. VOLUME XII. KANSAS CITY, MO.. SATURDAY, SEPT. 2, 1907. NUMBER 4 ' G l. MR. J. E. MOORELAND. The Y. M. C. A. was favored with a speech from one of those rare geniuses, who are only productive from the soil. Mr. J. E. Mooreland, International Secretary of Y. M. C. A., held his large audience spellbound Sunday with one of his brilliant ad dresses. His work in that field has been marked by a harmonlua and a steady increase in the number of the association. His work in Kansas City has been greatly felt. Mr. Mooreland will be with us again. A WAY LATE MIDNIGHT STAG. In Honor of Mr. Rarahl of St. Joseph. There was a stag party given at the home of Arthur Pullam, 2424 Flora. The guest was treated to one of those celebrated and most famous Chop Suey suppers, accompanied by the necessa...

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. — 28 September 1907

HER PROPOSAL By FREDERICK MANUEL VIERA "Now, Prof. Lewis, If you should ob serve a ir.u'tiral development of your Ideas you would repudiate thctu immediately." Tlie speaker was a lively glrl'onjoy Ins her summer vacation among the bills of southern New Hampshire, hav ing obtained quarters at a rambling old farm house originally built for a large family, with several extensions annexed afterward, readily accommo dating u many quests as a small hr tel; and t.oted umnng tho summer idlers for sociability and freedom, the same choice spirits going thero to rus ticate year after year, some special Interposition of providence being nec essary to admit a new member. This, however, was l.illie Hurton's first set son, her special providence helm; an mint who had been identified with the patronage of the house from iu flrst opening to the summer hoarder. When acquaintance became estab lished and her qualities understood, sh- vras an evident favorite with the men. meeting them on tho common gro...

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. — 28 September 1907

QUARTERLY REVIEW Sunday School LesMator Sept.29.1907 Specially Prepared (or Thli Paper BCRIPTITRR HEADING. Palm 100. GOLDEN TEXT.-"Th Lord la mcrcl ful and grac-lotis, alow to anger, and plenteous In mercy." i'aalm 103: t. Comment and Suggestive Thought. The Extent of the History. Four books of the Dlble. The portions of the land where these four narratives are located can be seen by the accom panying outllno map. Extent of Time. Nearly 40 years from the Spring of 1491 to the spring of 1451, according to the common chronology In our fill be margins. Many scholars think that the date Is two or more centuries later. Extent of Territory. The Slnaltlc peninsula, between the two arms of the Red Sen; from Egypt on the west to the Moablto mountains east of the Dead Sea; from the point of the pen insula on the south to the southern boundaries of Palestine on the north; together with the Gilead country east of the Jordan. The Travel Club should trace on the map the movements of the Israelite...

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. — 28 September 1907

THE RISING SON WM. T. WASHINGTON, Editor and Owner. Office, 914 E. Twelfth St Published Every Week RISING SON PUB. CO. WILSON DAWSON. Business Manager. , Pell Thone 780 Grand Home Thone 780 Main SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Oni-tYeiir il.M S-.x Month I mi Three Month!..... .VI Sinirlc l iipv ft Btrlotly pal'! In ndvance. Entered nt the Post Office at Knnsni City, as Second Cluxg Matter, Correspondents wanted In every city ind town in linn Mati-. Write us. All n.ws niainr intmilnl for ptihll ratliin should n .n il nur nfflre not later than Til l:iv, of each tf, k, nnd must be lKii"l by tin1 writer int f ir publi cation tmt as guaranti'v of authority. .1. K. I'UAIC. Soci.ty Kdilor. AI'VKKTISING ilATKS. For one Inch, one Insertion t .50 Kor i-iip Inch, larli oul'M'iu,iit in sertion -2 Kit two Im lies, three (norths S'' For iivi in. ('. mx nimh .' Kor two Inches, mm' months I111" Jor two limits, twelve months.... l.Yisi Oldest Negro Journal In Kansas City TWICE ALL THE REST The paid 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. — 28 September 1907

THE RISING SON, WILSON DAWSON, Buatnesi Mgr. MABEL VAUQHAN, Secretary and Stenographer. Remember please It's the little blu we collect here nfl tier bat aaablat ui to run from year to year." All announcements and notices are ten cents per line. LOCALS. Mr. C. H. Countee is still in Chicago on his vacation. We are glad that Mrs. A. Lyle is up anil able to get about. Mrs. Ervln. of 1025 Charlotte street, has returned from a delightful trip to St. Louis. She Is looking well. Watch for the Beauty Contest pic tures which will appear in the next week's issue. The Old Folks' and Orphans' Home will have a grand international ba zaar at Vine St. hall, Friday, Nov. 1. Kansas City, Mo., Sept. 9. Mr. Editor of Rising Son: I noticed some late arrivals, and thought as you asked for communications that prob ably you would like these, as they are some of our leading teachers who have returned and some new ones. We noticed that Miss Anna H. Jones, teacher of Lincoln high school, Kansas City, Mo., ha...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 28 September 1907

THE MRURCl AT FATHER AND CHILDREN. Stirring Story of the Progress of Chrli tianity in Uganda. From darkest Afrit In 1ST-".. Stanley vtit out Hip i l::ii;t !!U'. throiiuli tho i London Daily 1VI t c r a p h . "Now, vl:oii In ail tli I'll , an woiM la tlicro a wore l: v'tiiiing flflil fur r mission? Hen. i;c!it loini'ii. Is your (I'l'ortiiiiiy; i-m- lnao It: i Tbru days la ter the cliallenpo was nrcpj.ud. A pift of x 5.000 was (iftVrod fur the es tablishment of a mission In I.pan foith to lay down lt I rill'A. n.c l'i it Ki:ig of l u' lll.i.l. da. and men went their lives in tho land of Llvinpatont. It was not only the fever that killed them, ruarida had extraordinary tra gedies. Amonj; the rest was the death d the missionary, Idshop Hannlngtnn. w ho was murdi red by an African chief ly command of tho wicked King f-.vat:.i. Mwa:i;;a wns the gon of tho king wl'.i f.rst preeteil the missionaries In 1ST". Mt.-sa, the father, liada them In arty welcome, and was very deslr o'is to know whe...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 28 September 1907

The Latonia Cafe and Restaurant 912 East Twelfth Street SUPPORTED BY THE STATE OF MISSOURI NTio hare been noted for their general satisfaction to Its Patrons have undergone a remodeling, and attached a private Dining Room upstafra. It Is now one of the nicest of It kind la the City, with Its now electric fans. m We carry the best the market can afford: Among which In tholr seasons are Black Bass, Catfish, Croppies, Oysters, Spring Chicken, Fancy Steaks, Chops and Fowls of all kinds. 1 k V.I ,-.V44f' T y. 'ft i. $3 3 i W-SS 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...

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. — 28 September 1907

The Man of the Houf. W5 . 11 hi out cvi'iitm mi' to tip jiro-liu- In ilus mir worlcl, Rrent oxer tiop.M K)'iitT.i lly bi'cume ih'ccssmi y ; nxr. urv, tlicirfni'i', usually ruined tip. with l.ili'iiti, iiml power peculiarly adapted Id tlu purpose intended by providence, who often, hy tlit-ir disin terested services and extreme suffer liits. liecotin' iIh- wonder n H well ua the examples nf their I'tuTiit loll. wmc muses in ine nusnri. The story of the tltulinis of Mosrs 'ip liulnislies received ii l:it terday I . i. - KM . . . n lustration leretilh lit tin' Punish sei miIp resort of lloi-nliark A wraith liv merchant was passing a lake when ho lipiiiil thp cries of it child. Hp made implication, niul found a IipmIMi in T;i t:t lylns in an Hliiininuui cradle anions thp rushes Han't Real Teachers. The college is the front room In lift's larue Hchoolhonse, Iml Ihp fill years of perpetual study follow ufter hII academic days There are teach ers named Love and l.ifp and Work and Puty and h...

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