ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Rising Son, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 1,556 items from Rising Son, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
1,556 results
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 19 October 1907

THE RISING 80H. Slffi WILSON DAWSON. Business Mgr. MABEL. VAUOHAN, Secretary and Stenographer. Remember please It's the Mule bits we collect here ina Here hkt enables us to run from year Ut year." All announcements and notices arc ten cents per line. LOCALS. Mrs. Effle Hooker, of Trenton, Mo., will be married the 24th of October to Mr. George V. Golden. We wiuh her much success. Mr. David Knapper, the painter and paper hanger, has moved his quarters to 681 Tracy avenue. Watch for his "ad." next week. Invitations are out announcing the marriage of Miss Halite M. Elgin of 91(5 Garfield avenue, to Mr. Lester Hrown of 42C Gladstone boulevard. The Beauty Contestants who have noticed typographical errors in the number of votes they have received shall have it rectified in the next is sue and we shall be very pleased to note any error in the votes of leaving out the names. pleased for everybody to give her a call at her residence, 1306 Highland. Mr. and Mrs. W. Lyons, of 1514 E. l'2th stre...

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. — 19 October 1907

RHEUMATISM RECIPE FF5EPARF. SIMPLE HOVC-MADE MIXTURE YOURSELF. Buy the Incjrcd'C-.ts from Any Drug gist in Ycr Town and Shv.ke Them in a Bottle to Mix Thi. wi 11 known nu'ho trait ;.i t-i vi s tho r .: New York daily i a; r ..la.ib'.o. yet ie I :im': ip'ien. v i. i h any rrciave in l n;:ir; !'y on Khon rs of a I ;i t Co fo'h.la.; ind ha: 'ti:V.- i :u ( an e...-i!v Kail liv r;::a . cm ; D.iti .1 K.'v ;; S.ir lie o'llliC; liki. three IV:' ; ;:: om.ci Mi t ;, take a l 1 S: a a 1 flo, and - r h iin .il !; r.'s can t - I .i aval :. ! ! '.. I- .!,:.',.:. ! tin". V It:,' : v. . ; h ss tn take '! ! is b .. :'' P H::ai! i 1 1 ; ;:;' a::-!, be . are harm- :'. rr.ir !:. if taie l reg ular!;. f.r :i I. . .1 r. . is said to vrr eente alT. r.-i :i: y i ,;. i.f It'a ma.:' ism. T'f 1 V!i a:;d i-v.-i if any. i : : n i i - is:;, s with e;. 'j ; i i : . " : I t : i::n rs-:i t r. ;' obii:..'.. iiti-I without In jur;::;; the s' .:;u Is. V. hiio tl.-re nro many siita!i"l uma::. m r medics, patent it: I :...

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. — 19 October 1907

Receptive Will. If a linn b wi'.linn, tin n :iny nr.iu mi nt nl:a!l lio mrier of on' oura ;; nnnt.; lvit If tititt lllirij. t'.iwt nuy argu ment sliiill lie 1 1 ; 1 ; , -1- of ilista'niniKi mint. ,!i.!in l!i:ny.:n. The Latonia and Restaurant Cafe Indi.Ts IrrioitfJ L.vid. lmiii lii.t l::.V !il7 a, r,v, cf trr'j-'at. eci land in the 1 Yn u 1 . an it., nw.-r if 17i:;,.jiil aer.v in one .win. Tlio crops are mainly wluji. nn;ai (liae. ur.iln and winter il u-i ,k Hint to Housewives. If yon h:we n hoti.l ;. i i . . i- t-;, v.iih and no cake for It. d"!i't I'l-vanl It. Tii' n pah- n:auv. ri!ln i-i o: it and keep It in the kilrken as a ivcv for putato peelings. Ungnll.int Suggestion. "Ho complains; that wife rcfit..e( to listen tD hlin." "I!" -dionlii eulM vale t!n habit of talkiiii; iu hi sli-cp." lloiistmi 1'ost. AND CAFE 912 East Twelfth Street Who have boon noted for tholr general BHtlffaetlnn to Its Patrons have undergone a remodeling, and attached a private Dining Kootn tijiHtnlm. U la...

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. — 19 October 1907

4 r, , 1: WSki Mm m tip WILLIAMS & WALKER. i'...::ci' ; f : - from llit lu w Wll-.ii.'.- V;i'kT proiltictioii, "Itimilan i which will npi'ii at tilt' I'! ;i'iv. Till ami Walnut street .!;.. t'.i.a tiiv;-.' two I'uliir-'d siars :. fur ilii'ir varii'd laii-nts ,i- f ir ah.'al i;t any of their ferm-j T: ' ! ami a:iiio.sili( re of "Han-, I..i:n!" Is thoroughly Southern i ami ilea! with the il.irUy as w l,!to Man likes to sir him. a'ioii li-,;ltis In a I i i door .Til. Tlic scene has been Miulied 1 ui'li a ran- lo detail that; which they p'-miiiK "Mandanna Land." It Is a realm of joy and pleasure, where sorrow and work are forbidden which of course allows of much siiiKlmr, (lancing, rpmeily, rostmnlUK ami scenic effects. The book of thl.( new production Is liy Messrs. Slpp and Holers, who w rote all their former successes. Will Marion Cook composed the music, and it is said to he the best that this re markahle colored composer lias turned out in his career. Kveryhody should fdvo this...

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. — 26 October 1907

THE NEGRO CITIZENS MUST 1 KE MORE INTEREST IN THEIR JOURNAL r-v ? .8 I IN HO pfs. etrti II Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son for It Reaches More Homes of Colored People than any othct Paper In the State. xmiiKit 11 VOLUME XII. v . ,.,-, A CHANCE IN THE BEAUTY CON- v,''.Tv- TEST. ' Rocnuse of thi fart that the noauty VtU" Contest Is Hearing the end, we have arranged u special way whereby Indies Nvv'ia nmy k Placed 1Q the contest. Wc VtV? have been empowered by tho com 'f?i,M niittee to place the nnme of any beau 4 tiful lady In the content to the amount '4'w of flfty vote9, Ll t everybody take an interest in the contest to the ex tent of sending a la. He's iam In. Anyone desirous of entering the con tent can enter with a start of fifty votes. Coupons can be bought at V Smiths two drug stores, and Mccamp- , .'.5 bell's and Huston's drug store. Frizes -; will be on exhibition bogiiilng about " the 1st of the month. To the most l.j beautiful married lady a Punch Howl '..jf Set: to the...

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. — 26 October 1907

-- A 1 At the National Capital Gossip of People and Events Gathered in Washington DIVING AND SWIMMING TEST FOR REAR-ADMIRALS WAM!X;T0N. irit ciist.nia tii'Si Is f I'. iQ tho l:ay ovt r Un an-t.ov.-.r- v..i ::t .iul to h.no h-'on 'ii.i'le Vy Assls'.irt S-h :'iavy Nw!erry that iv.i:- ;i i::::r.i' t:;::st shortly ii'iele'riio u t' s--f to w!: t!: r t h y r:m swim or v."t In tin1 army : t- st e.f wlnther re ti. -Is vi r. ri 1" lun si I'.u k wit re cently tn:i Mr. NVwlu-rry's eleclar :i in favor of a swir.i'uir.i; tost lor a!:..;:a;s. l:,w.-vi-r. is i-emxidere 1 far wor-o. iilti.o'iuli t!.o lUinii'i' oolnni'l st-M-r.iI ti.iii s uioio tliaa Ms 1.. !.-. T'. o osi.--tarf sr.-t.'tar.Vg plan ts to l'.i'. o rt-ar aluu:uls I: v from sl.oro -i- n:i ! suir.i to ilnir ships. .Many a'ln:':.i's ul:i. t: ,f not tniivi'ti a uln -l for j ,;rs fs- .t fi..:n tli" r.avy J. ait im ;.t to tho (!';! : in!i'T,:nt. It In f' '! that wlal tho n-sNlai'.t socrolai v is I'.al'y pri'i-o' ftis is a floral liari k;i'i...

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. — 26 October 1907

Caleb's Faithfulness Rewarded Sunday School lesson lor Oct 27, 1907 Speditly Prepared for Thlt Piptr LESSON TEXT. Joshua 14:6-15. Mem ory versoii 7, H. GOLDEN TEXT. "Thou hat hern faithful over a few things, 1 will make thro ruler over many thinRit." Matt. 25 :23. TIME. The versna tit the lwwon bolon ftlKiut Rlx yriim after the last Iqiwon, to ward the close of Ilia first corlqurHt of Cannan, nml during Its distribution lililnlip; the tribe. I'LAr'E. .loshun n apltal wn at Oll RHl: CaMi's Inhurltnnro at IK'liron, 20 miles south of Joruaulem. - Comment and Suggestive Thought. C.ilcli. Family Origin. "Cnltb . . . th Konezlte," the descendant of Kenna, tlio son of Esau. "The tiroba lillitli's nro that Calrb, or Ills father, lioonniP mcniburn of the tribe of Jtidah by adoption" (Prof. ItoecluT), llk3 1 lotah, riuth and Ilcbcr. "The faith of this family was preeminently the fruit uf conviction, and not tbo nc cldont of heredity. It had n llrnior biisia than that of most Israelites. It wa...

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. — 26 October 1907

THE RISING SON WM. T. WASHINGTON, Editor and Owner. OTfice, 914 E. Twelfth St. ruN!-:...l Ks.-ty .l RISING SCN PUU. CO. WILSON TIWVSON. lliisliicss Miinaypr. H. !t Tlintin 7S0 Oratul Homo Tlio:ii 7S0 Main Pl-HS' l'.irri'iN HATHS. 0-..-Y. it . x M... tt., I ' Thrw .M-.i.M.s .. s -t'.k'i-1 : ftri--tly i'-i'l in fl.tx.ii ttil.i. I nt t' .- I'..f t f i ,e nt K.inntn x'ii. a 5 r-irul ( i..i M.ittr. fVro t..'Nii nt w.mud I" ry city II ' I !. in t)i ! l..t Wilt" l!t. A!l io iii.i ' I r iiitfinl. ! for iiil'll ; .,.!'. r. i. h i. in- nf !'!. ii'il l.ilt-r th.iti T'.;. !. "f '.nil k, nml niUKt be sitii.l i-y viii r r."t t'T tmhii jalwn Inn i.mr.ii.1 f iiuthority. i. r. cuAir,. SiK'ii l v Kilitor. AIVKItTI.IN': itAVi:.". For unr Inch, i !. in"' ni'iti $ )'.,r ' ' inch, r.n-ll Mil'M M"i "' flll'Hl -" -'.,r two In 1 1'" "I'"'! I'-" '"' .,, ., ! . III. 'Ill h- '" V. r ' tin m -. i i i' in.'i.ilii in i Jur i' mi -. tIvi- iii-mlhM.... Oldest Negro Journal In Kansas City TWICE ALL THE REST The paid...

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. — 26 October 1907

THE RISING SON. Miss Minerva Grnhnm has returned from Topeka, leaving her sister very much Improved. MRS. S. GRIFFIN Has opened a Mother Alexander up Sunday. was able to be New Place for Colored People At N. W. Cor. 18th St. and Woodland Ave. Neat Rooms, Furnished or Unfurnished. Prices very Reasonable. Good Location, right on Car Line Nov; Is TheTimeTo Buy Your Christmas Presents Mrs. DorcnB Campbell will leave fur Hannibal, Mo., to the Immediate cull of her sister who lately had a stroke of paralysis. WILSON DAWSON, BunlneBS Mgr. MAIIKIj VAUOHAN. Secretary und Stenographer. Remember plennc lf tbe little bit we collect here and Here but enublct u to run from jrenr K year." All RnnouncementB and notices are ten cents per line. LOCALS. Are yon coming to Convention Halt? Wntch the HlsiiiK Son bounty contest. Mrs. J. W. niackburn of 021 Troost avenue, will leave noon for St. l'aul, .Minn., to join her husband. Nicely furnished rooms for rent lady or Ki'iitlcmaii 122r Vine. MRS. JOHNSON...

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. — 26 October 1907

V lw Mi ifM 14 r..' l'l ?? iJY.I id A LAYMEN'S GOSPEL LEAGUE. Bummers Mtn'i Organization top World Wide Conqu6t. lii.-int r.t H-11i'it to F-'Sl'tl W'Ta is iti. ki v liniu tt ii rni;i.rn- -v Jy ii r w i r- I JIHi7.ll lull. t ll i I '..Ii' H it '' l.Cill'.IK'. I-; ( ijiiiii ;. con s..!. uiiii.ii tiy tin i 'li .!.; i.tti lKsi:ii'.--.s I'HT, . if tl.f - mt :n is that tin- ft :.. .-' : . r i : i i j 1 1 : i . not f i. ; I a n t. t h work of t h t Ed H. P,iclird. (-i'ivcli-' ami re 1 14 i i el z.ur.i.-Ioiik ty n prric i I'-a! :iri ! i ti ; - t i- it;iplirar iu:i In ' '! : . i'i v. . 5, i i' i !... j . t i 1 1 i p ! i av ! I. i v !.:: i thf s-if i ! -1 u. i:. ' ' Ii-. i - in I U I'M-:ii-ss. l! ' ' ' t ! ri ,i Ii I h ii 1 1 : T I i(i.. s (if I ;: li:i i-.'vr .:! uiiliin 1 !u-.-I'!:! !'.' if in !! h lire nf t )u clmrclios its I'Mt'i'.iI; art. ui,r!i., ami Incl'rli' r,iy f n- :-i i I il (cut a.lvi iiisinu ! a!i I- .-(!;.; 1 tv thn jinblirily bil ! .i !.- ( f It 1 1 'if'Tti . ami oven I '!;'!!...

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. — 26 October 1907

DUNBAR IOTE; AND CAFE Cafe IOI3-1S 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. The Latonia and Restaurant J. J. ALTERGOTT, Mgr. Bell Phone 3682 Grand Home Phone 3323 Grand V R G O D IHIave Come 912 East Twelfth Street Who have been noted for their general satisfaction to Its Patrons have undergone a remodeling, and attached u private Dining Room upstairs. fans. It Is now one of the nicest of Its kind In the City, with Its new electric We carry tho best the market ran afford: Among which In their seasons are Mack Dass, Catfish, Croppies, Oysters. Spring Chicken, K.uicy Steaks, Chops and Fowls of all kinds. Neat waiters and everything served firstclass, with soft ...

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. — 26 October 1907

NEGROES WANT OLD HOSPITAL. A- Afnid no Arrangement Will be fl-ide for Them in New. i . I ' U IIcl I'n J 1 1 liiri.CiS are : H-i to a ' ift;!it i'Mi'1.1 I In ! : .. ! .; In ::' !li' .r -''111 ' . . .' ;: '. '.n. in' ii ;l s.'p i nil- , : : :'ii( -t. :'!'. tii i'.r :. ! . : in l W.t-j ' ' :, ..I'. 1 1 : i ' v- m '.ii'il I ! .; - C In'' -:ii,l.. ' I : . I " f ; ;!.!!. .1. S Si,,'iiinnii .hi I .1. j '. , -. i, .. m. : ::. V "!'.. M. I .- ! i: . . . : 'I V I- t j ; ,,,,, : I' ." '"" f -'-'j .i . . ' : ; i I i i: ' ! !:!- i I' :' ' . I - a' I i'. .'.' : ci.i , .. i . i - i ! : l 1 in I h" i a : w ii 'i : :;l i M.i -' 1 . - , I ' ' t .ii I ! I e. i! .'- i ; 1 : ... --. -ii ;:ii;- l:;ilit ,i. . - ;,i,. l.i.'.l j . - v r ; n ' r !ru; fur a. I , i ii v i ':, . i I'licliiV-! 1 1. ;ii in t ii'' .. . ' . n :ii !. !! ' t!.i ;u i i i v : 1 . .'..'.ii r ... '.'. I '.'.' " -.i '-1 I'r t 11 :' h i -' l . ' I ! i ; 1 . T.-. of t In' !. .: . . : -in''.'.' y-i" ! . In i't lint : i.i'i r.i i .Hi'- x i'.'...

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. — 2 November 1907

6 THE "RISING SON" IS BURSTING THRO THE CLOUDS It Pays to Advertise In the Rising Gon for It Beaches More Homes of Colored People than any othei Paper In the Gtate. VOLUME XII. KANSAS CITY, MO.. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1907. NUM1U&12 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 ladies may be placed In the contest. We have been empowered by the com mlttee 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 begintng about the 1st of the month. To the most beautiful married lady a Punch Bowl Set: to the most beautiful single lady a Silver Manicuring Set. These prizes are wo...

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. — 2 November 1907

At the National Capital Gossip of People and Event Gathered in Washington WHITE HOUSE CROUNDS GUARDED BY MAD BULLS WASHINGTON ll thi! absence of President Roosevelt in the cane Inako itiii with "Pete"' tho bull dog sequestered on Surgeon -Gem ral Rlx cy's farm, t!io whito house ground l.io tint be n left unguarded. A r of bulls - not bull doss, but l-vi n bills have taken upon i :.. notches tho task, formerly so veil il'frliaici'il t ' Pete" of seeing that t'.o groutnM nr.- unptofmii'il by undo airahle cuieiis. mollycoddles or milk- Since the president and Pete went away newspaper men, mollycoddles .ir.'i the criminal rich have roamed the white house grounds with impunity. !' !. .-.irable citizens have shown a .h-.iry to stand on the walks nnd ! i:k at the while hoiisn. and neither ' Shinier."' Ihi six toed rat. nor CJuen ' i Knosevt It's snaki rf have proved i ij'ial to tic task of preserving tho !'iuislte calm. How the two patriotic bulls ills c ivered the state of things aiul dec...

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. — 2 November 1907

( WORSE THAN THE DISEASE. Mr. Trlcuro (anxiously) My dear boy, what a dreadful cold you have! Mr. Strongman Yes; I pot a cold now and then. My only ailment. Mr. Trlcure nut thnt's very wrong. I never get a cold, and you wouldn't either If you treated yourself as I do. Mr. Strongman Well. .how, for In stance? Mr. Trlcure I take a Turkish bath every week it's excellent for my rheumatism, I find nnd massage twice a week that's for Insomnia, 1 rarely sleep more than three hours any night. Then a cold plunge first thing In the morning for my lungs, and a two-mile walk. I seldom take any breakfast dyspepsia's too bad. I drink about three quarts of hot water during the day for my liver and then I j8e a nerve tonic every night. I tell you, my boy, If you'd follow my regi men Mr. Strongman Oh, thanks; but er ah I think I'd rather have a cold. The Result. To "market," to "mnrket," A fortune to win; Homo again, home again. Shorn to the skin. Puck. AN AUTUMN FEAST. Wife (peotlcally) Ah, the bur...

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. — 2 November 1907

0t ara.V!asMWa'- THE RISING SON WM. T. WASHINGTON, Editor and Owner. Office, 914 E. Twelfth St. f'lb'i'lid Tlwiv Week RISING SON PUB. CO. WILSON PWYHUX. llu-iiuss MaiiiiKcr. I'. ;i Tl.otio Grand lli'iii"1 'l'lioiii' TV) Main .. v. u i N t 'v ......... I 111 V M i - I , , M Si l l''! ! J i , 1 . ' l.1 . i : -i C;itcr ! ;! I' ! i ' iv i.t Knml j l'k . . . mi. I " ;.ii f.ivi i . i' .r ;;' ",! v . ! .1 i i ' it y I ill. I f !l .1 M !. W'l .! A : . mi r ii'f ti-J- ! : "i piiliil- ra; ; - i ! i h ' 1 1 ' 1 ' ' i ' '."i l.tt'-r 'l . - . !' i I'lt V' . k. an. I itnst be I uiht 'i' l !.-r p'lh.t- j I t is ).'.;. ii. i. ! nf .i-it 'I'Mity. Wjtch Vcecordg. 'ThM man watch hold tho rooord fur tlilH loan," thi rnun'ry Jowi-ItT raid. "It lias run for Ti yi-am r-it limit nt.iplliiK. Aside from ii lit t It icKiilat-in-.', otliint iiiul lr:iiiii:s, It litis never not di'd a repair. "I know loin of mm who try to taMi.h rt'cin iU for tin lr watrhi'H. I know Ihi- men In thin litlo town win mo wati In -t...

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. — 2 November 1907

THE RISING SON. WIISON DAWSON, Duslnegs Mgr. MAHUL VAUOHAN, Secretary and Stenographer. Remember please H i Hie lltvlo hlu we collect here ana Here hut nnuliln in to run from yenr Up year." All announcements and notices are ten cents per line. LOCALS. Mrs. Klleii Mine left Monday for MartloHvlllo, I. T. MIsh Cozettn Klimberry Is utill In disposed with inalnrla. MIsh Let tie Williams of Sedalia, Mo., Is In the elry visiting friends. Kdw. 8. Iewla, Grand Master of Missouri of the Grand I'nlted Order of Odd Fellows will leave Sunday nlftht for St. IaiuIs. Mo where he will spend two weeks visiting the eleven lodges In that city on his an nual official visit. Mrs. Sarah llanmiette of 191C High land, chief clerk In thn office' of the Afro-American Employment Agency, has been confined to her bed for the last two weeks. We hope her ease Is not serious and will be glad to see her able to attend to her duties soon. The horse and buggy of Dr. Theo dore Smith was rallied off last Mon day night....

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. — 2 November 1907

AT II A COUNTESS' WORK. Effort in Behalf of Sailors snf Fishf rrcen. fVi'ljlf hv ! t:n.!.-r . VI. :m' .-vMiiitin-hmnii, N;ivy Monti- at Koil, i It rniiitiy 1 1 1 1 nth- ivn k ntunnK Hits :itti tisli'-r- ti'in ot !io ititliu. ( ttl.o I. its x 't. !:!. -.1 hi r clTorls n:i scvt ral "t i ;i to Aim rw-iiti If.,,- vv.wl r.U I'lil.-I. Jf co. i..;is s. .!' in Vl -J tiTi-stiiii iTH-i il ii 1 3 An nl. I tMihlf- 31 !:;ati. .1 ni-'Ili T nt l-.ll- ol' li'.o lll'Sl fami'.it-s. : ti'i ami asks a t.rivati1 Countess Schimmelmann Iniv ; v i r v. Mi? pnn. nn i it. is in tronl.l.- atnj the tailor fi:i; that tlo- Hon will commit flifi,!.. I'a-i wi loli? Yes. we ran - a! ! ast ,. ai.i so. Wi- writr tn (-- of iur l aii-1 or Ii--lprrs a man of 0 1 . 1 who jiu- to a- w li n- thi- .wmni! c- : la.in M-siil-'s - iitnl n-iimst that li" l.i!i;; tin- i.iiiiu man in i-iintact ith 1 1 i is: i ; 1 1 1 frii-nils who ran l:i-lp l.ini to ti-l nvi-r hi-; ilillu-iiltii-s. Ks-I-ii.iKy l.i- i, nis' try tn t.iinu him to !!...

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. — 2 November 1907

MJHBAR I TEL AND CAFE IOI3-IS Oak St, Bell Phone 2836 Main. Kansas City, No. 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 O U R FA L L GOOD F. Have Come TERGOTT wit $15 Hp The Latonia Cafe and Restaurant 912 East Twelfth Street Who have boon noted for their general satisfaction to Its Patrons htve undergone a remodeling, and attached a private Dining Room upstairs. tans. It la now one of the nicest of Its kind In the City, with Its new electric We carry the best the market can afford: Among which In their seasons are Black Bass, Catfish. Croppies, Oysters, Spring Chicken, Fancy Steaks, Chops and Fowls of all kinds. Neat waiters and everything ...

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. — 2 November 1907

WHY A DIRTY FIGHT ON THE NE GRO PHYSICIANS? It seem that tli supporters i)f th i.inuil! Neurn a :i lit! il:l t : oil both -.i.tr-M an- t !i rt I ii vi mil l. Tills should :itt lulVl' I'MV llCell I'lltCl'Oll IlltH HO !.i.j as t!ie Ni ui' i .li .-li'lalis wlio eels li,!l he - gi ti-il lo represent us in !... ;i;.;ir;H ;is .i.-.-islant city plivsl .(in t! ih.i I .iiiim: raiuliilatis fur I..- .i.-i:i.i;i. Hi. .1. i. 1 i 1 .1 . 1 - .mil lr I I-! IViri. .-I. Hid mi I: i uls i:i 'i.c ruin nM 'ul.v ili.H il ilni'Mi t look w t 1 1 fir m:'" I''' is of i t ! i f slit'' In In1 lii'l.l a! tin- olliiT raflilii1;l'' mIi !)! ' is $ "iH mi n r iiiniitli il u li Is mm! i mt:i:!i iinir.M to kill it in-r I'U'i's In:.- tin .-s tin1 ilirtv ii:l I wl.ir'i :.i- l.i i n ra-;iii IT. IVr- . .!. of llir Ifini ;i n raiicll'lalMs. lias i . " i.l in- ii-lii-.' in tills rity. in - i - I '- i 'M' iii-m i- mi laro lliat it m:;':i.: ''.i'i.iii! nun in ha!iiu I'l-' .- In i n-i : n to n.a'h.' a li ;' t on l:im v. i.n-l...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
x
Loading...
x
x