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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 9 November 1907

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.. SATURDAY, NOYKMBKK !, VMl7 NTMHKH V. A CHANGE IN THE BEAUTY CON TEST. Because of the fact that the Iteauty Contest Is Hearing 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 Silver Manicuring Set. These prizes are worth striving for, any person, therefore, desirous ...

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. — 9 November 1907

CHRISTIAN- VSD - 0-,-V THE KESWICK CONVENTION. .How This Great Religious Center Came to be Foundtd. The thirtv third annual meeting f convention at Keswick. England. held this year w I tit iH-rlmi's even mure remarkable manifestation (if I wpii lt u;tl blessing to the 1 liKiisaiiils I in attendance than lever before. This ! a s s in l 1 y lias I gained woi lil w Ide fame ami utidonbt- hilly gave Moody 'In' inspiration for 1 1 . est ill) islli II l: of a similar gathering . at Northhi ld.Mass. Late Canon .. .. ,,.., ,, ., . . . . . rhe K 1'nwlrk Harford Battersby ., , , ,. ' convention liail Us rim' In Hi'- avly linn.- i- i it I .n7 I. v.li.-n l-.ii Srnliti. in ni ! ; an, ii.t.'i est'd in evangclls- ie- wiiik. In naii a series of tiii'etilivs 'i Can.l.iiiUi', among tin' stu."tits nf lia: i'.imiiiis university. Then came iii il.i.'.s' svri-'S (it similar tin el in::s in k. ' i : - 17 In tli.- I'M a' lima Hands in .u Kains. v, ii, ,i far I rum ix i 1 1 ! ' ' lnan'. fur tin' purpose- v....

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. — 9 November 1907

BEST EVER .WRITTEN PRESCRIPTION WHICH ANYONE CAN EASILY MIX. Cald to Promptly Ovtreema Kldnty and, Bladdar Afflictions Shaka Impla Ingrodlanta Wall In Bottlo. Mix the following by shaking well in a bottle, and take In teaspoonful doses after meals and at bedtime:-. Fluid Extract DandellqSJ half ounce; Compound KargoaJSoa afcee; Compound Syrup Sarsaparill threo ounces. A prominent phyher. ' authority that these simp. ' ailess Ingredients can be obtain . nom inal cost from any druggffi'VA-en In the smaller towns. The mixture is said to cleanse and strengthen the clogged and Inactive Kidneys, overcoming Dackachft, Blad der weakness and,UfInary trouble of all kinds, If taken before the stage of llrlght's disease. Those who have tried this say it pos itively overcomes pain in the back, clears the urine of sediment and regu lates urination, especially at night, curing even the worst forms of blad der weakness. Every man or woman here who feels that the kidneys are not strong or act ing in...

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. — 9 November 1907

THE RISING SON WM. T. WASHINGTON, EJtor and Owner. Orfice, 91 E. Twnfth St. fill-Unhid K.TV .k RISING SON PUB. CO. sos mwvsds. HiiMiit-ss Manager. l?i-U Tl'otic 7S0 Grand Homo "I'hoin.' 780 Main prnsonirri'v n.rrs. On.' Ye ir I S M. , I T'ir.- l..i.tl ... . StLC.!' I . Jl," . Strictly pnM It Ii.iiioi', Entered at IN- f.ist i ifflce nt Kir.s.n L'lty. lis Sii-'iul I'lass M.ittcr. OorrtKiH'i'.I. :'M wtrud l'i every city ml t,ri in t)i . ft it-. rit i; A.I !! 111. lit' I' II tend, d f.T pllhll- f.-t: i sh 1 r .u It .".r .!!' ti t luter tli i-i T'-i "-Liv. -'f i i' h V-' K. an.l tnu.-U te nik'ii' a i t!.'' .t. r i:.'i f r riu- Mti. ;i l .1 1 .is li.iiru.l'T of a u'i r:ty. .T. I', ai.vn:. i Society l-Mitor. j i AI' KK I'ISi N'! .UiTS , For or.- it.i-h. !;. it: -n I .'n I .... :i. .. !. v . . ;:. l in- o y. v ; o . i V t ' : n, i i.s i - " . - - - ,v: V r tv. . ;: . .. I :. !:. '' '"' I r t .v i... . . t ' ' I" : ' 1 ' "" Oldest Negro Journal j In Kansas City TVICE ALL THE REST ! The pa d ...

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. — 9 November 1907

THE RISING SON. WILSON DAWSON, Cuslneis Mgr. MABEL VAUOHAN, Secretary and Stenographer. Remember please It'i the little blU we collect here nn I lere bat enilileit us to run from year to year." All nnnoilncetnents and notices are ten centa per lino. LOCALS. Mr. Napoleon Washington has been 111 for the last two weeks but Is now fust recovering. Dr. .T. C. Vnthank of this city will leave for Washington, D. C, Saturday evening, Nov. 'Jth. Look at Geo. O hee's large "nd" In the Son and he should get some con sideration along that line. rent Nirelv furnished rooms for lady or gentleman 1225 Vine. MRS. JOHNSON.. Mr. McAfee of 2110 Highland ave., died last Monday morning after two years of lingering Illness. The Cllonian Circle, a club of young ladles gave n Masquerade last Mon day evening which was very successful. Mr. Will Henderson, of 1411 Brook lyn avenue, gave a hack party for a number of his friends. They were all very delightfully entertained. There was no meeting of the Pro gressi...

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. — 9 November 1907

Qood Jokes RULES FOR A MAN WHO IS CON TEMPLATING MATRIMONY. Farts to nsrort.Hn wlion niprtlni? nn ttrnciivo yoiir.R woman with whom you may fall In lnvf. Is she slflh? You ran toll this In thro wujs: Hy tho manner In which fho lisrons to what yoxi tay; ly tho way she accepts what you do for hor; ami ly the din ronoo ln'twoon tho way fho treats you and tho way eho treat others. Is slip fickle? If sho talks about litht things she Isn't. I !. sho Is. la sho i':raai.'an! ? l'y tho w ay pho protests iictiiist your speinlini! i:v:.i-y in her, ami always arranges f.iaVvts so that you cant' help but tlo l:. Is s! o a l a l lm i.-rke. per? Ity Hip way she dri sses. If sho Isn't spic nr.'l s; an. sl.o Isn't. If sho U. then l.o is THK SOUTH . Win n you havo sa'i-fi'il your mln.l T!.:r. she Is all of these thincs. marry her at unco, if you can pel lo r. for tho foliowir.jr iv:iM'i:s: Hrst. P cause if sho r ally loves you tho will tli.mue. Srenn 1, hi'i H'iso if you love her. It wi:i L'o so much...

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. — 9 November 1907

UBJBM MOT EI AND CAFE Receptive Will. If a man bo willing, then any argu ment shall bo matter of encourage mint; but If unwilling, then any arRU inent shall ho mutter of discourage mi'iit. John Bunynn. The Latonii Cafe and RestaWant 912 East Twelfth Street India's Irrigated Land. India has ,S:!5,fll7 acres of Irrigat ed land In the Punjab, an Increase of 433, 5C1 acres In one year. The crops are mainly wheat, suuiir cane, jrralu and winter oilseeds. Who have bren noted for tholr gonornl satisfaction to Its Patrons have undergone a remodeling, and attached a private Dining Iloom upstairs. Hint to Housewives. If you have a solid silver cake dish and no cake for It, don't discard It. Tie a pale mauve ribbon on It and keep It in the kitchen as a receptacle for potato pcelluga. Ungallant Suggestion. "lie complalne that Ills wife refuse to listen to him." "Ho should culti vate the habit of talking In his sleep." HoiiHlnii I'ost. It la now one of the nlceBt of its kind in the City, with It...

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. — 9 November 1907

Negro ConstitutionalAeagues Call to Prayer anffiPro test Against Race. a ml Proscriptions Day. Nov. 7. 1907. on Lovcjoy .t ! i; i : Ml. I i i.TC1. I. i. III- II' I . 1, O-I .11. 'I i i": A- ! I-I'i, Pro Tin (' a i" l.ii in ' i ii 'r.i a i i;hi. i tl!" wlljlf., ;.n. a To tin- linn t im'iui rs of a!i i: I i nut- .-lair. s an- l.iri' I iv (I'i pl'.'f i.-'-.l iii in--iil and ruii I il Ii lliis Miii i w hi-h : . nt i r til.- -:. lit rt w iih ail m it Ii n aj ,-mi Ipal hy '.I'ltlli- I. null a tin -re i a n-.t an! - I' ! r. 1 1 i i ii . i hi t '' ili-iTiiaiti: 1 inn ;r-aMi.-t A I'i'-i a .ill.-, as is si ' Ii i.l t la1 ri.-l"H i'l I in- Inti I Si.it' liai! 1 1 1 1 1 i i .- i"ii api'int ing .lini with rinal l.iellit ie-.. which : i t tiit." inwai'ils nut ioualizlim n;.tiiu institution. ftnn in the Postal Service. r. j t 1 i i nf r.iee lias appeared m-i l-ati I'-i! tmiii in a l solution I ai Kansas Cil, Mo., last Amu- . tin- Seventh llivisioll el' tile v 1 1 Mail ' 'ii-ili.- ; t ln I rsiilllt...

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. — 16 November 1907

f The Great Beauty Content will Close at Convention Hall. Will You Be There ? '5 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.. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1G, 11)07. Nl'MHEK I t A CHANGE IN THE BEAUTY CON TEST. Because of the fact that the Beauty Contest Is nearing 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 ou exhibition beglnlng about the 1st of the month. To the most beautiful married lndy a Punch Bowl Set; to the niORt beautiful single lady a Silver...

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. — 16 November 1907

I NOWN TELT efl8BlV-i V,th vi-'ir ui" S y W'i-b Mr' cuiriin of f.ill tlx- hir I .i ii;nii n. ili' lii'r appi'iiraiici- iti all hi i 1 i i 1 1 -i.-s.-4, aivl llici i' Is a fi t'sh array "I ww an I IhshiIH' nl frnrktt in ili.' - n i mi il.it i tn of whitli women li- ut tirr. Satin .sniiii'tlincs Vfili'd with Ian' Is at ttu liniment tin- favnr iic 1'iMtir.; rnl"'. alt IkiiiuM I lit- tolit- nf mil' fasliinnalili' hiiili- of th cast was niaili' of it hiipi'i-li paiitn1 vt'lvi't i r i 1 1 1 in m1 with old family point laci' :mhI a law l:ir shawl vril adili'il t" tlio rirliin'ss of tin- costume Of ours."1 It takes either a tall or a full llnnre to prop'-rly carry such rich materials, ami th" petite or thin litiile would do v. i ll to wear a chiffon or other filmy town find a tulle veil Such frocks can In- eMiiisite etiihrolilet ed and ho i. li'e a.j l.i autiful nud far turne siiita I V for the ihiii or short Rill than vel vet No iiKitt. r how simple tho hriilal i-own i i -i.-l r tn.i he. t...

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. — 16 November 1907

JUST HIS CASE. A man who was famous for never raying his bills owed a considerable aura to his tailor. Sending bills had had no effect upon the debtor, so the tailor decided to make a personal at tempt to collect the amount. He called several times upon the delinquent, but was never able to catch him. Finally he succeeded, just as he was going out and accosted him with the modest In quiry: "Will you pay me this bill, sir?" The man looked at it for a moment, and then said, innocently: "Did you ever owe anybody any thing?" "No, sir," replied the tailor. "Then you can afford to wall," said the waggish debtor, and off he wnlked. The tailor again made several at tempts, and at last was successful in cornering the man a second time. The debtor looked very solemn, and wild: "Are you In debt to anyone?" Not to be caught this time, the tailor replied: "Yes, sir; I am sorry I am." "And why don't you pay?" "Because I haven't got the money," bald the tailor, with a significant look. "That's Jus...

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. — 16 November 1907

THE RISING SON WM. T. WASHINGTON, Editor and Owner, Office. 914 E. Twelfth St. Ti Visit. .1 Kwry Week RISING SON PUB. CO. WILSON P.WVSON. 1Ui-u;c.9 Manager. H.:i Tfione 7S0 Grand ll,m. Thorn 7S0Maln SrnSi-UllTJ.'N KATES. (-,. .r v v M V.-- M ft vi Strl.'l'v !.! l-i -l ! i; Enter- I .it ! I' .- i :' v.. nt K.trisns City. " t : .1 Cia .M.iit. r. 'Vrr. ; ' vi In e rv city ti.t t :. ,i, tt.. V tit. tin All t:- !. iii. r im.' '. I '. ( p'lt'll r.iii. "i -. .1 r- '.i .'.i' 1 '; i. t i.it-r tK.i-i 'I-... . f . . . a tt'.k. iit'.l must Or sj' .'I l v t'i' ;,:. r :,t f..r it.l ;.ti I .t .is i, ii.i-ii-. i f .nitliority. .' riiWKi.is i k am;. S..c!i tv Kl:tnr. A'.'VKi: TiSiN-J .; n:s. FfT otic li.ch, one ins. tl. n S .V) 1 r ' i:.. It. e.i. ll ;..-. s i l.t in- iierti'.n !! V r lo i!H-h . t!.i. in :.t La S" f r .. .(!. . m-: !. "ni K'T l i ll.ctn . II". IM";. His 1""' r r lv. in .... t.,c in. -til ha l.'.ii Oldest Negro Journal In Kansas City TWICE ALL THE REST The paid circulation of THE RIS...

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. — 16 November 1907

THE RISING SON. WILSON DAWSON, Business Mgr. MAN EL VAUGHAN, Secretary and Stenographer. Remember pleiwe It'i the little blt we collect here ana Here bat enable, u to run from year to year." All announcements and notices ra ten cents per line. LOCALS. Look out (or the Pythlana, Jan. 20, 1907. nf.i ion not to Mnn Is exnected In the city In a week or bo on some bus- llH'HS. All the judges In the Beauty Con teBt will be announced In the next Is sue. Look at Geo. O bee's large "ad" In the Son and be should get some con Blfleratlon along that line. viooiv furnished rooms for rent lady or gentleman 1225 Vine. MRS. JOHNSON. Many of the students ofWesternl University were In attendance at the. Grand Recital given by Mr. Bur roughs. They report a splendid i time. Dr. Vaughan, Dean of Theology at Western University, left for St. Jo seph. Mo., last Saturday evening to fill the julplt of Rev. J. C. Caldwell. He reports a splendid time. He re turned Tuesday morning. Mrs. Samuel nacotes Recital w...

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. — 16 November 1907

PRAYING WHEELS. Methods by Which Devotions Rendered Easy. Are Everyone bus beard of the prayct wheel, the instt unit tit. I might say tin' rcwilvlng in strument, nf de votion sti pupulnr with I hi' Thibetan HuddlilMs. Every out' knows that It i a little I'i'X tit ;n;it'rs which Is" whirled r i n I h thr handle held In ill.' l.and. ihf pi ous w hi' U r laying iji fm- liiiuo-if as large a store nf turrit each time he wllrls a if lie hail rititi,! ihf whole HA, .f th i r ii n.j W ith t... n ,l .which till' I'I'X li.iv i till. ..I I ......1,1 t.i.v , t I.....I U ltln.i.t In. ' er lni'k a' a t l'i I'.ln.'.'d of that iii divid-ial who repiti'ioti of a loiiv ' ach ti'lirh'. hit upoi j of willing them out! w . Ii.-' tli" mi b.d on I w::h th. !' p ? a i rs : : : ! i.iTir id.'.- .anging tin in at the lie-id of hi1 ' Th. n t ach night he piously wt ni I kt.ees at. I. indicating the li.-i , his tinker, fertently tinathtc fi m s n.y s-ntitiietit.t. O Lord ii " 'I I, i;.; did ho save tinn- ant: 1...

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. — 16 November 1907

MJNMR Receptive Will. If a man be willing, then any argu ment shall bo matter of encourage ment; but If unwilling, then nny argu ment shall be matter of discourage ment. John Ilunyan. The Latonia Cafe and Restaurant 912 East Twelfth Street India's Irrigated Land. India has 4.S.15.947 acres of Irrigat ed land In the I'uojnb, an Increase of 45.1, DC1 acres In one year. The crops are mnlnly wheat, augur cane, gralu ami winter oilseeds. AND CAFE d Who have been noted tor their general satisfaction to its Patrons have undergone a remodeling, and attached a private Dining Room upstairs. Hint to Housewives. If yon have a solid silver cake dish and no cake for it. don't discard It. Tie a pule mauve ribbon on it and keep It in the kitchen as a receptacle for potato peelings. It Is now one of the nicest of Its kind in the City, with its new electric MOTEL IOI3-IS Bell Phone 2836 Main. fans. Kansas City, Mo. Largest and best Negro Hotel west of the Mississippi thorough ly modern in every parti...

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. — 16 November 1907

4 ,..' J The Highland avenue Itantlat Mtnr nry Society holds Its regular meetl ii iru every Monday evening nnd requests the presence of literary lovers. AGENTS WANTED FOR THE RISING SON IN AND OUT OF TOWN. LIBERAL .COMMISSION. .NEWS BOYS WANTED TO CARRY THE SON. CALL AT 914 E. 12TH AND WE WILL PUT YOU TO WORK. IN DUSTRIOUS YOUNG MEN. NO OTHERS NEED APPLY. Tim Jli auty Context will end nt Con vent loti Hall. Then- jire no ninttv heamles Ui Kansas City that it will take Convention Hall to hold them in the eliding, in November. Tl-e wife ct Mr. F. J. Weaver, the loc.it;- r.nd manager of the Afro-Am-; eric -ii Ei"3ioyircnt Aqency of 1005, McGce ttreet. i conticred an enter-: pns.ag yoi.ng wo-nan of marked abil-l ity in the operation of her husband's' businccr... Also one of Kansas i City's i-.icrt prominent young women j in the social and business circle isl Mrs. Weaver, who has continued to run high in the Beauty contest and is in the lead this week. ..She is very popular and has many ...

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. — 30 November 1907

LET EVERYBODY HELP US GET OUT OUR If Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME XII. GREAT BEAUTY CONTEST HAS CLOSED! Much Thank to Be Extended to the Overflowing Crowd at Con vention Hall. The Rising Son Bow In Humble Obedience to the Wiil of the Great Body of Negroe. We have found you at last! The Eureka of our hope! We Bhall earn estly strive to retain this confidence. When we started our Beauty Contest we had no Idea It would meet with such approval as It did. Hut last Thursday plainly told us where the hearts of the black folks laid, bank ing a negro paper. Too much can not be said of the occasion, as It was one of the grandest things that ever happened. In regards to the ladles we do not think anyone wns disap pointed. All was satisfied. Those re ceiving honors among the single ladies were IJessie Patterson, Alberta Wells' and Edmonia Hubbel. Amone the married women were Minnie James, Frankie Glvens and Phldella Mitchell. The first two leaders re ceived, single, a silver manic...

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. — 30 November 1907

ONLY THROUGH LOVE Bv ANNE K.r ' rivn had hern sn-inlint the .1.' i'.".in ai the ail exhibition. When )' .is h-ming Mie puli' U Iut nv l!i--oiuh llu- hall, ami mar the dour J : i -i - 1 1 1 " latm g.iy group lm tiait i .l ull' In r alt' iitinn otn o hoforc. Tl'i llid nut .( Ihm- tills time, she w.k !-is: i-. Louisa was eagerly crt'l i i a I'd I'M i' Hit a ta'i J mint: lady . i -! l..-r hin'hrr leaning over his lit ' 1 !i 'i -. ci'M anion wiMi some la i in uK. Nil. tiny ill. I not ! '! i an .I.ittn iho s i.ii r.. ami .'. I ! uv k ai'Mic the i .ivvili'tl ' .ul.Taiv. irni'.i: mil to think. J '' ' : 'I:. I .-!:c f -. 1 m lini ! .-mil angry. ! i:a III;.-I to cr ? Why shnul I i!-.' i fufii to it'i'iKinc nor a ' i .-!'..!! tfov.-ti? I1 was move ' ' '. a: fi:n it;, y hail soft) Iut. .i'. ' ! . i :. fr a : wi-.ki-- but i ' I ' ! 1 1 )' h unoil frit ml., iliir i ' - ' 1 ' r-ho: t i i in.' Ti in-, it was m ' .-.'1 nl;.v llrv- was no f ' -!:' i ..I-m- . ci i t v ami h irdiliu al ' : . t.l-l!. li...

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. — 30 November 1907

KANSAS STATE NEWS, f Opposed In Topeka. Topokn lawyers are optioning (lie proponed plan of Con(?reHnmn Si'ott to have congresti comprl the main tenance of clerka nnd deputleH at the federal court offices In Kansas City. This wouhl mean that George K. Sharitt, clerk of the circuit court, find Morton AlbaiiRh, clerk of the dltdrlct court, would both have to move there. It Is said that Judge Pollock has for some time contemplated anyway to remove to Kansas City and make his home there. The Record Apple Crop Up to Date. V. II. Elliott, the man who hand out inmirnnce, must have taken out a little insurance on his apple crop. Not withstanding the total ralluro of the fruit crop this Benton, Mr. Klliott has gathered i'C IiuhIipI of nice (icnlton tip pies from his farm across the Bluo from Manhattan. We have heard re ports of a few apples here and there, but 21? bushels Is tho largest quantity so far reported In this pnrt of the I Ktnte 1 General Godfrey Quits Fort Riley. General Edward S. ...

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. — 30 November 1907

THE RISING HON WM. T. WASHINGTON, Editor and Owner. Office, 914 E. Twelfth St. T'uKiMitd Every Week RISING SON PUB. CO. WILSON 1UWSON. lkisiiii'HS Manager. Hell Thono 7S0 Grand Homo 'I'liuiu 7S0 Main SlTSCHirTI'iN hates. tiueiY.-:ir ! ; M'Mtl. 1 "" Tlif- Mt.lli SllU'lr 1 'upv ftrlrtl p.iM In ndviinrp. Cntr'd at tho I'.mt Office at Kansns City. S.'ioml Mailfr. CVrri, portent wantttl In pvrry city nii t. nti In tin." All m matt' put iin sImuM rt a than Tin i.l.n . "f b muiii'il 1'V tlw dt.it-'. Writf r tntiri'li'l Ut ptihil li .ii r f r ! ti-t l;itf-r ;i. h vi k, it 'ttl muttl rit r i t f"f Mi 1- Sail n hut a kii ar.inii f .f authority. .1 KKANKI.IN ( KAKi Society r.ilitor. a:v i:i:ti 1 V I ;.TKS. hi n m lit I For one Inch, oat uwrtH i-li. i .ii h c.il."- n-rtion f r iwn I'lch-'f. 1', r t . i - y..r t mi -In . Ilf IWO llll'llll. thn i .ins tWtlVt 111 iiih!i. Oldest Negro Journal In Kansas City TWICE ALL THE REST The paid circulates of THE RISING SON is more than double the combined ci...

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