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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 5 October 1907

'j The Great Beauty Contt bt Will Clone at Convention Hall. It 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.. SATI KDAY, OCT. 5, 11)07. NmitKit: ODD FELLOWS' RECEPTION FOR THEIR GRAND OFFICERS. One of the most pleasant receptions ever given by the Granil 1'nited Order of Odd Fellows In this city was held last Monday evening at Odd Fellows hall under the auspices of the three Households of Ruth, viz., Henrietta Xo. lfiO, Queen No. 1332, Amazonia No. 2.r.09, in honor of the newly elect ed Stute Grand Officers, Kdward S. Lewis, Grand Master, and Miss llelle Worthnm. Grand Most Noble Gover nor. This being the first time Kan sas City has been honored with hav ing the grand presiding officer of the Household of Ruth, the hall was crowded with members of both branches of the order In honor of the occasion. The hall was tastefully decorated with bunting. American flags and potted palms, the var...

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. — 5 October 1907

CATHOLICS IN PHILIPPINES. Archbishop Harty of Diocese of Ma mlj S.iys They Number 7.000,000. Tl; Ippinc religions situation In the Phil . (torn the Catholic viewpoint. bus been pictured f i) r A in e r I c a n readers hy Arch bishop 1 1 at 1 y . now In tills country on a v t s i ' . Tho Most Kev. J. J. Hatty was a p p nint oil archbishop of Ma nila three year ago. and during h I s incumbency lit ha adminis tered SrtO.iiiti) coti- !e'Mi:SM it m: I V. frnMlion In Me diocca". This large Lumber, it i explained in Tito Catho lic Mitrar. I peihaps due 'o the fart that ciitillrtnations Vn.l not been ad nitiisit'ti'il in tin' country disr rict:i for uuny yarn prior to 1:U arrival. Hy -v-a:i! of the etch -siasllea! census In ir.Hufod t'y (lie old Spanish niis.iion Mrif.s it Is u.-ce: tnlti-1 that, there arc row 7,not.iiM ("tui.-ti.ius in the archi I .-i.wn. Some o'li t facts ooticTnliiB ': futti'Mo church ia the 1 'li ill f) ' ur cd'ii ia Tin- Mirror as follows: I'lio M.M that the church In ...

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. — 5 October 1907

I Qood Jokes 1 SPECIALIZATION. Once upon a time, not many years hence, perhaps, a man, being seized with a sudden and violent pain, has tens to a doctor for relief. "Where Is the pain?" asks the doc tor. "Rlsht here,' groans th man, "and lay? his hnnd on the afflicted part. The doctor opens his case of Instru ments and takes therefrom several delicate compasses and a number of finely graduated tapes. With these he proceeds to make precise and elab orate measurements, stopping at fre quent intervals to set down a great many figures on a sheet of paper. "What are you doing?" cries the mnu at last, for his pain Is all the time Increasing. "Of course I shall make very sure, first of all, that the location of the difficulty brings It within my specialty. Do you take mo for a quack? You deserve to have boon born a thousand years ago!" replied the doctor, se verely. Puck. Reaction. "Don"t deceive me, doctor! Tell me the truth! Will my boy get well?" "Get well? Why, madam, he Is In no more ...

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. — 5 October 1907

MnrawwiMiwn THE RISING SON WM. T. WASHINGTON, Editor and Owner. Office, 914 E. Twelfth St. iVihllshcd Eviv Work RISING SON PUB. CO. VII. SON lUWSDX, Udsiurss M.inanftf. lV.l Tin'tio TSO Oirand lliMU- Thone TSO Main The Pro.KtvM Sillily I'lub tm-t YI-tit-mlny vt'iiinic. S'ifnilnT ;!, at the ri'Nil'iir of Mrs. 1, iiilii. la Iay, lilt l.y.lia for tin- imrpom' of cIitIIiik of Ili-iTH for tin rlisiilni; jonr. Tin" of tioTs wiro tlrttiNl as follows: 1'renl ili'iit. Mrs. l'loiviicc Crews; vlcir.til ilmt. Mr. .I.nkltis; tivasiiriT, Mrs. Mill; scrW;iry, Mrs. l'.akrr. ami Mis. K. M l i ai- r, r'ioi ti r. sri:iVllirTl"N liATK.. .. V.-,r ' " M .'.!': I 1 M. Ml.- .. ' - 1 "I ' Stri.t'y ..,(.! :i 1 iv '. tut. i. I rit !! 1' I'-'u-f at Kir.sn t.';ty. s. i :. i ". ivt M ill' r. Vrr. : ! i wiM'il in i'ii-rv oily j n.t t t ir. I!. M ! . H '.l' i A!, t '! " I r I' !. I. I ! 'I 1'ilVI- : Mt: ' i . 'i . .. : i i.-i- r : t. i i . . ! . . it h w L. ,t '., Ir .t 1 I ! ' '.!! !;! 1 ' T V ll'.l- ! i.t;. :. I...

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. — 5 October 1907

THE RISING SON. WILSON DAWSON, nunlnees Mgr. MAHKL VAUGHAN, Secretary and Stenographer. Remember please It's the little bit we collect here ono uore but nnnblee u to run from year U year." All announcements and notices are ten cents per line. LOCALS. WESTERN UNIVERSITY. Quindsro, Kansas. President Shelton French and Rev. E. H. Vuughan, D. I)., dean of Theo logy, returned this week from Far sons, Kansas, after attending the Kan sas Annual Conference. They report conference to have been on the rise and that all reports were above ex pectations. Hev. J no. Griffith, pastor of Allen chapel, Quindaro, Kansas, has been given the charge t Argentine, Kansas. Hev A. M. Ward, D. D., treasurer at W. I'., and paHtor K. C. K A. M. E church has been given the charge of Shorter Chapel, Denver, Colo. The Kansas conference now loses a very able man, yet the Colorado conference Is In receipt of a great leader. Miss Wimes, representative of the Sunday School Vnlon at Nashville, Tenn., and Miss Smith, ...

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. — 5 October 1907

f NELLIE'S By VIVIAN ( Vl rii;!it flu Lfis u: that timriiiiii; with a d i'.i !.; ia-h?, ft tulst-ruhU miiso of ; l.i .(.;:.. ss i.:ui iutviiiis unrest, cotn- !'... ! !n'i:i;li, r.niilitN'Ss. K yotiiiu ! Y,k i:ot 't s ucoimIi'.I 1:1 .!! i.-iiiiu tin ir i!h!u:ain'o to tin' SI e .u,i. cat Iiim tin j l-;isant. .' ' k i t v I-1 :i . i'.;.i: '.iy lias Uiivmly I . Hi- ;.: iti tl.i- ia;i'.;.'. ami has i i ;.:. ?l' '.u- roni'i j :!. ; I.:.- ' si: :. Il ls i .!; i;..- spa'.'" l-mits in con a -.it cf f'lniituiv. from : . u ; .r i ' lis. for a sjiaro bed I'oi :;. N. :!i is I '..iiinitu: to arraau'o. V,', ::. ir i: .i f. rl fresh an. I lively a-; 1 work::;!:." thinks Nellie, half- ::! : '. . ... '.. list, r.s to 1 lt- ch t-r-I'T. !!! uh's'.'.e wi'h wliirh he kee; s tit;;.' to tile music of hia tools. !! : ; t a :ork all i.Uht. 1 l.ti"t l.e v. r j.".'sm s h.ow little I Uot ! ch IS ('!' !:..! n h.a - nr i.in h. cither. !:;st , :i!rt s in t!: if is of .. p s arly tmj'i::' : anil of the hi st has wo...

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. — 5 October 1907

WMML MOTEL Reeeptive Will. If a man he willing. U,. n any argu ment sti ;ill ho unit or of rncoiira ie in. 'in; but if unwilling, then any argu ment shall ln imittiT uf iiisiMjuragc tin nt. !)i I'un.tan. The Latonia Cafe and Restaurant 912 East Twelfth Street Indij'3 Irrigated Land. India I. as l.v:;.". !i ;; ae-.v.i uf irrlitat ed liitul In tho I'lnijah. an Increase of I .".1,5(5 1 acres In one i ai. Tho crops iire mainly wheal. u::ar a:i', grain and winter oilseeds. AND CAFE Who have boon noted for their general satisfaction to Its Tntrons have undergone a remodeling, and attached n private Dining Hooni upstalrn. Mint to Housewives. If yf'tl have a solid silver cake dish and no cake for It, den t discard it Tie a pale mauve ribbon on It and keep It in (he kitchen as a receptacle for potato leclingr. It ta now one of the nicest of its kind In the City, with its new electric IOI3-I5 Oak St. fans. Bell Phone 2836 Main. Kansas City, Mo. Largest and best Negro Hotel west of the Mississ...

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. — 5 October 1907

o The Man ef the Hour. Wtii k ' '-i t vciila me In be pro duced In this our world, jiivat txer tlor.s k'Ihm .illy tii'coMit nrt'fsstury; 11 n u iir tl.i n-fmr, us'ially ralsi'd l: . 'iih t:i!c!i!s ai.il osvim cru!iai Iy a.'.a; t.i tin' nr ! t'i tntrinl.'il hy j-rivtil. who nftfii. ty thtir ihsiti trrrs'ci! si i vii i d ainl i xtn liif s iffiT-la-;;". l- tin- woinltr an '.! as tin- '.ui. I ll's if tlwir t ni -ration. Like Mogea in the Ruhr. Tl i- Mot-v uf tin1 flmiiin: of Mosr In t? hnlnishts lici'lvi .l a latlt r ilay Il lustration i.nii'Ii at tlii- Pan!h sea- i-i'Ii i w !n n II. !-. lm-: rt of i li.ii.t fi. II,.: Hi. .ii K. as ;m I the nil': ''.-.rinti. In ' uf a ti.l wealthy a lak. a chilil. fi"iiul a art ! ti-: in :'ih. an ill u 1 1 . i u u ii Man's Real Teachers. i ' :;: is ilf fiui.t ruum N'! ;i;ini. . .:i til.' f ; rial ("!! f..;iuw aft In .la m.-l 1." Th 'I I ! l'.i'y a:il 1 'ath. I ,a i'. i. -i "I'. tiaih-Work Ainl M'.u ilii.h) ''nal aii'l tht itl'.riiu: i.i.ia- Few Have P-f...

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. — 12 October 1907

Patronize the Large White Business Firms Who Carry Regular . . . "v; . CP 1 Ip ' , Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME XII. A Message of Peace Standing on the eve of a great cam paign one can catch the glimmer ami dawn of a new era, of a great politi cal contest. Way down In Hethleham was born a Nazarene, the wine men camo from the Bast and beholding the beautiful babe maid, "Let there be Peace on earth, f ood will to men." The sun shone with more splendor upon the black people sending out a message of peace. Pence Is the house hold word of truth, it Is the beautiful emblem of a nation's liberty, the god des of peace Is more beautiful than the goddess of war. He who fights with a sword sh.ill perish, but he who chooses peac" as his companion shall endure, yd i doubt not thro' the ages one increasing purpose runs and the thoughts of men are broaden ed by the process of the sun. dazing thro' the landscape you can catch a gleam of a golden i bread runtiing thro' the centuries po...

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. — 12 October 1907

321 Washington Gossip 'pyi-ml-.f, t'V M i';.-cf a young wini; of love in man to his sis- :t :i -I'. ;!:a not nfiliM.li i!y. Aliro, hut tit with Ralph and tno. , -..I'm t ! i r. V. '' 1i:ivi' tint v . rs. And t each other for ten :i! last, when ho Is this l the way ho ! S s'.T (H'i T x t M rcn-li 1 . . i.y hti w.'tiiy-t-'Kl til f tin s. . ' : . ! leos fT in.- :ii t'i'' "iiil:i. . ' i w .-Pk I i'.t I w ill want to i , ..... N. u V nk :i :'. nii'l i'-l ,''-, ;: ,,i.n M .i.i!.itii:,..ii nii'l I .. I - ; - II. nrv ..'f.T nunc . . . I .- y t...:i.t n .l.i v ..r . wlf.i . . crl. f..r I'ii. !o U iwv ttn- i . -:r ii t' i' i' h N.- Orleans. " 'AT". ti.'imt.'K "it M.I'M MAS'iV" i'iI'Vi read 'Ms lii a tiaglr tiuio and. . it she lad finished, looked up at ii'T i. 'ii -:!.. I'.rr f.u o expressing tho .:;::',.!' i:!,!::i.iMrn ::. I. n. kul at ('.Ion s excited fare Ai.M a':-.us.'ii;''!it. Y. I u.int.d tn make this visit with t.i:.i. Y."i an- bote. What an- you t : i: . I : t1 I i lit a'.. "in? It h...

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. — 12 October 1907

No Confuting Environment. Miss Edith (to evening caller) When I writo I have to be entirely alone and have everything quiet, so there will be nothing to disturb my thoughts. I don't see how any one ran dictate to an amanuensis. Mr. Goodfellow It's very cnsy. I dictate nil my business letters. "You do? And don't your thoughts often wander from tho subject until you find yourself unnble to proceed?" "Oh, no. My typewriter is a man." N. Y. Weekly. His Sentiment. "Yes, I acknowledgo that your fa ther did nie a favor once which placed uio under a lasting obligation to him. I cannot, therefore, refuse to lend you tho money, Hut come around to-morrow for it, won't you?" "Certainly, If you haven't got It now." "Oh, I have it now, all right; only I tiate on such notice to part forever with what la near and dear to me." Jiui'io. A Bumper Crop. "Ya-as," said the man from south ern Kansas, "I reckon that year was what you might call a banner year with a bumper wheat crop. W'y do yu know that Si...

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. — 12 October 1907

THE RISING SON WM. T. WASHINGTON, Editor and Owner, Office, 914 E. Twelfth St. Vi:l. .1 K.ry . k RISING SON PUB. CO. WII.SnN HWVSON. ltiiiius M;it;uj;r. 1V!l Tli.T,,. ;so Crar.d I lotiif Thorn 7S0 Main H. D. Mr. II. IV K.itl. Kii ) iiiaii .Mining. Illi Ill lll'.lll , is lmti-1 in tniN city EARL, prcslili-nt i'f tln Miiltim e. l.lnp still at tin Ihinlmr fur a fw 1 . i v s . for srnsnui .. V..ir M..i Tii-.. M..i t!i ... Ent. r. 1 ,il City. . 1 Il n K i: i,.. r -t c e at Kansaa M itt r. irti-d tfl.1 a:i r.ui Ih.r. be Cat: ! v r. Hi I ..I .,K in t rv lit-- H !..! f r i1 ti..t r r f ii'iUi- hi Illi nty rily ilt'!l-i.itiT 11 .1- .1 Si m a I v i : i : iM'll. ci: ah; A 1'K I i , i- in 'M In. Oldest Negro Journal In Kansas City TWICE ALL THE REST The paid circulation of THE RISING SON is more than double the combined circulation cf all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. i A PRAYER. I ili l.or.l sin' ri i - thy suri-l n-st, I.-t 'l.y pt-iici' ilw.'M in my hn-a.-i. i i !i L'ii;u'...

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. — 12 October 1907

THE RISING SON. WILSON DAWSON. Business Mgr. MAUEL VAUGHAN, Secretary and Stenographer. Remember pleime It's the little bit we collect here ana t lere bat enables us to run from year to year." All announcements and notices arc ten cents per line. LOCALS. Mr. P. Kinney and .Mr. Hobert 8a vlngton have left' the city for St. Paul, Minn. Mrs. Mary Vilon is very ill at CI 6 Campbell street. We hope for her a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. .1. W. Dailey are run- nliiK a confectionery store at Wis Campbell street. Give them a call. There will be no beauty contest pic tiiros In the paper this week because tho paper was to full other matter. Kev. J. K. Huberts, of 2." 1-2 Char lotto street, was appointed nucnt for the Taft Land company at Muskogee I. T. Mr. K. J. Weaver, president of the Afro-American Employment Agency, has opened a Labor Department. Mgr. Al. Rivers. Miss Cora Miller, of Danville, 111., and Mrs. Etta Ewing. of Hrookfield, Mo., are In the city visiting Miss Ma bel Barrett, of ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 12 October 1907

..in.rTHHJ EWORLD H NEW ITALIAN CHLRCH. Fine" Structure Erected in New York Arrong This People. T!:c M-ilio.li :o-.:u-ti tin' tin' I -1 i - ..f l-'Mv M ' ' . Hi c "I'll! ch'.ll.-h. lis l'l'.u:ll r.t-lon ;i ii 'I li'IKUV Kl ir itiu: valu ;i :i 1 aitni'es fur the I'aii.m o I N i a Y u i k . Ti.t's work una t . mi in vs a:, I r:h, r that i i !!. il H.'inl I n,-!-.tt:in V. has ' n c.i: forward wiili nf ;.m1 va- .c ! v N 11 : .!::: mh i i .' - l:i Novi-nilier, n r' Mi.-:ieJ for R :-( I-, l-'.-i-t I i'ii ruh M "ffi 'I'll.' ;;s ii'i'l'.''ak'n ; i "! riy nl' It.ili.ins i'. with 111" yi-ar.-' I- s'iiiKiu d at II .' u : .1.. '. i :1 ! in I r. I r in; 'i.i tn !,-! ll' :i !..; In (' r A sii'.ij'Ii'. !l::nl .iM'lniiv turi' I'll rh'isi-ii. it in I'U iy l-i' 1 1 :n f : mt.-i. In i rum, is la .!'... ami i a -cway n Italian in part is Lilly ni' - tiri'-'s In Kt" fi !.:. r. i". ln-si'1.-. 'a! vault ; a li fit-- -proof I' I' ( . ' 'i inlhm from fYm:; base 'lat.i ! t,i a stairway in tho ex-a:- nf t ) ....

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. — 12 October 1907

UNBAR 10 & AND CAFE s, TEL IOI3-I5 Oak St, Bell Phone 2836 Main. Kansas City, Mo. Largest and best Negro Hotel west of the Mississippi thorough ly modern in every particular, steam heat and paivate bath. Located in the heart of busi ness district and convenient to all street car lines. Rooms from $1.25 to $3.50 per week, Roof Garden in connection. You will meet the best people in the city at the Dunbar. J. J. ALTERGOTT, Mgr. Bell Phone 3682 Grand Home Phone 3323 Grand Q U R- FALL GOOD The Latonia Cafe and Restaurant 912 East Twelfth Street Receptive Will. If a iniin lie willing, tli. n any rtrrju mrnt Khali bo manor of cnr-mirae-inotit; but If tinwilPtiir, then any argu ment shall bi inattcr of iliseuurase tiictit. John 1 : 1 1 11 a ti . Who have been noted for thoir pcncral satisfaction to Its Patrons have undergone a remodeling, and attached a prlvute Dining Room upt-lairs. It la now one of the nicest of its kind iu the City, with its now electric fans. We carry the best the m...

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. — 12 October 1907

Glasses Show Affiliation. A llerlin journalist has been talc ItlR a census of tin1 short sighted mem bers of the rdclMtag, ami ho flaJs that out nf deputies M5 110 via. ratty politic may bp deter mined, ncrni ilitis to tin' C.oriiian stat istician, by the kind nf glasses affect ril Tin' e --l.is, lu declines, marks 1 1 -A I ;-:?- i liih- ami Is rarely neon. i"'i'i;u li an- very n i ! ;i i' ami arc tn u ,1 M'l'iT. Till' :.( a'i' si u i,i l -tuii-IK b s. Brijjt-tenir Tin- p.. V.l Till 1 ': II by pltll'i ism I ib- p, : of tlli i 111 to ill- niiiitluii.ity the M;e G.-.iveyard. CM.-.! r i raiT-a-i. p. it :. very .:: 1 ib- !-t ami l.li !' C 1 ' v I; hi'l Kll.ll' .'111 I put Iv Wo . r Mi - -;le r.i . i ODD FELLOWS' RECEPTION FOR THEIR GRAND OFFICERS. on- of tb- most il-nsutit receptions ever given by tb- tlr.-itid I'liitcd Order nf Dil l r-llow In tbls city was li-l, last 'ton, lay evening tit Odd Fellows bail rii'i-r tb- uiispiec of tb- three Households of Kntli. i.., Henrietta Nn 1o. tji...

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. — 19 October 1907

i 'A 3 1 7 Patronize the Large White Business Firms Who Carry Regular II Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME XII. A CHANGE IN THE BEAUTY CON TEST. Because of the fact that the Beauty Contest Is nearlng the end, we have arranged a special way whereby ladles may be placed in the contest We have been empowered by the com mittee to place the name of any beau tiful lady in the contest to the amount of fifty votes. Let everybody take an Interest in the contest to the ex tent of sending a ladle's name in. Anyone desirous of entering the con test can enter with . a start of fifty votes. Coupons can be bought at Smith's two drug stores, and Mccamp bell's and Huston's drug store. Prizes will be on exhibition begining about the 1st of the month. To the most beautiful married lady a Punch Bowl Set; to the most beautiful single lady a Sliver Manicuring Set. These prizes are worth striving for, any person, therefore, desirous of entering some beautiful lady, please semi in her name with a ...

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. — 19 October 1907

I'f' TIIC CHHISTEAN . 3 WORLD 1 A STREET PREACHER. Vo.ij ,vii Active Career of S.i::uel A. Templeton. When t .-.' cit has done iis day's .. i ' and the street 1a:u are lighted Hi 111.' - 'in ri SaiinH 1 . Ti'in J-l leu. a i-lvi'cl pvc.iehi r, juislu's iin odd looking ; li : w 1 n --?- c 1 cat I !" tin1 i'ir r.cr l I ; !. . n li .s::'c i and liiand ave r.iii' and fitiii intis it ttrar tin' curb savs the Kansas r""r!."!rj Ter-pietoii in His civ S'ar. Theoan P"ipif' is 'hix jMili.it. li 1 i .-'::, :iit. a book res iti fronl a "r i , -tioMy tip that set vt ' ' a I ."I (: ii ii . :;;ir .J i i.ii :,.! a r-:' otor. When a c'owd ;' ' ' old lean phio- s a t :i;ht .: ii'' c:,,i ii;; l.i a,; and with ''. :i climbs ciitu tin- pkitiorm. Thou ' ' IUM- fin. I .. u.-kc. in a i .' 1 lr:,v. l !i "a has t ii a ytre't ' i ats. I : if. i ' if. 1",m1'1 : ;i:i;;:: that time an.l visiting ' ' -t.i' s it nil P ii i-i.s itinl t i a i,--. 1 ' '. loll ii.tlPl'V jJki! ..;ai ta ;; i'i:il v.li a li.. :;j jears U ...

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. — 19 October 1907

TEN YEARS OF PAIN. I NEWS FROM MISSOURI. : lhe COULDN'T AFFORD IT. 'Tnpn. I will marry George!" "Never!" The young girl's eyes flashed, and !ho hot, passionate blood of her fore fathers, to say nothing of her own, mantled her cheek with an angry Hush. The old man was excited, too. Parent and chllu confronted each oth sr, and neither qalled. "Do yon refuse me that alono which will mako nie happy?" "Your happluess is very dear to me, my daughter." The old man assumed a lugubrious tone and bowed his head sailly. Hut tho girl, although she was just turned IS, had read a few books and divined the situation at once or sooner. "Do not seek to deceive me, papa." Child, child, it Is for your gcod that I deny your request." The beautiful woman shivered. Her J.'ps curled scornfully or thereabouts. "What wouldst have me do, sir?" With Infinite grace he led her to a seat. He considered It a great en dorsement to have things come his way thus. "My child, you said marry." She nodded. 'I say elope....

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. — 19 October 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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