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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 30 November 1907

THE RI8D,G SON. WILSON DAWSON. Buslneia Mgr. A. J. KELSO, Secretary and Stenographer. Remember please It's toe little bit we collect here una Jere bat ennblet ut to run from year to year." All announcements and notices are ten cents per line. LOCALS. It la to be uailly deplored that a re porter of the National Mirror tried o force hlB way Into Convention hall by pretending to be on the Rising Son. All of our men are recognized by their badges. They at first thought Mr. Vaushan was still working for uh. but when the gate keeper asked the , manager of the Son he tolil nun tie was not. To the public: Allow no one In any concert or dance without proper credentials. C. H. Calloway has gone to Ten nessee to be nt the bedside of his sick uncle. TWO NEAT FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH OAS, BATH AND HEAT. CALL 628 TRACY. BELL PHONE 3427 Y MAIN. ALLEN CHAPEL NEWS. In the death of Mr. Win. Crump Al len Chapel loses one of her most prominent members, both as a singer and us a worker. Miss Sarah llammet ...

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. — 30 November 1907

77 THE BIBLE TOR THE JEWS. How the Yiddioh Translation Came Be Made. to i Ik .lVt! ai thr"ih ,i i l:.Mii i ivipto of mi a ktiowlcilo of II I in III woiks to oiIht tuitions. vi l up till Tunv iln lr iiwn HI- I I lias lli'l'II to tin tn ;i si-ali'd V l""k. It is i;iin-tl ealN straiitt that tin- .-i!-t trat.slii tion ,.f tin- Iliily S. : t i 1 1-4 -s nlmtiM int.. th-j Viil- dih to'.u-ue for v.-r j.eople ii'tn t!:' Savloii: of mankind .'ff'i :,ill .istit;!ii Mi at the i. Initio in the It'luew Ian- 'ii' K'i.i Hi.' 1 i K . fit it lew f itl . nrtst ; necessity he open to .Irve. he; tlr.-. popular conception. 1! oiln-rs. docs not rest on ! w is not know n to the II Ili'W tile .tews have the llihle lair:iaue, ihanks to 1 and enthusiasm of I let ".matin, himself n Viildish is the only ; really understood by Yi-ldish the in. Mill:'-: yi Mr Maiciis S lew i !l I ellii n. I.iin.-:i,.,t . the in, nf Ka;'ni Kuroiiean .1 ws and tliti in u'ixitm them il:e Hibl; in t'.rs toiiu'le Mr. 1 '.ei nianri is ...

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. — 30 November 1907

Negro Congressmen Since the abolition of slavery in .the United States in 1863, many Negroes have held official positions. Two were United States Sen ators. Twenty-two Representatives; three, held diplomatic and con sular positions; many have been officers in the army, six were Re corders of Deeds in the District of Columbia. A fine engraving of these Negro Congressmen has just been is sued, giving accurate portraits of each; also the Congress in which they served and the years of service. In the picture, the two Sena tors, Messrs. Revels and Bruce, occupy the center of the group, sur rounded by the other eighteen Representatives. In the background, the Stars and Stripes in color. This beautiiul engraving, with a book let containing biographies of these eminent men, is sold for one dol lar ($1.00). This engraving is a graphic political history of the Negro in America. No home, library, office, or school-room will be com plete without it. Send for one to-dav. THE COLORED AMERICAN NOV...

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. — 30 November 1907

EXAMPLE O? SU3LIME "NERVE." I This Man Sure!y Cut Out for Great Captain of Induitry. Wh-n Kt.N'i-t-; '".II !,. ; 'ii I'll Tii- 'i on-1 It nittlut-- nt tlioi'f. rn i:u il'r;, a nJ a. ':" M 1 1 . III ll :S "H i.!, I:.' ,.i: I W'.iv lln' If ,ui:il In 1 .is i !, i . I' -:!.t i-U.nv " " li.'lll.-I'tSilll i down. " The effect "Any. mo tli.it (:ikc o i f .r tlwlu't tl.iul, liitinh mi s I I U h 1 : i .1 I: fti-'li I n;i a:i I mi t In. I i- sii.l. tumht IM! 1 Ml a I .11 "I !.n"r." Ti -m Tllt'si flit 1 act- yours " Well, of ;i! Uh- u mil-' l " "lint I didn't i-oiiif ..wn i i talk a!out tint. 1 want t i l.nnv If ynu'll lend nit' your utn !rc!!.i . it's r .lining" ' I'll lire vim In .K-ni'lni tir-!'" s.iiil tln Indignant Kulicrt son "Oh. very well." sill Ti'.-scott "If for your l-tief,t. yon Know I only want It to protect your tog'" nd wi'li a rliolin asi Wnlier'snn handed out liis licit k il.l ununited rain dcller SURELY DESERVED THE RELIEF Aunt Lizzie's Heroic Method to Get Teeth to Fit. The ...

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. — 7 December 1907

TJOIV IG THE TIME FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS ADVERTISEMENT 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, DECEMBER 7, 11)07. NUMBER 17 THE FARMERS' CONVENTION A GREAT SUCCESS. Macon, Mo., Nov. 19, 1907. The farmers' convention at the Western College, Macon, Mo., was a marked success, notwithstanding the Inclement weather. The meeting was opened In relig ious form, led In prayer by Rev. E. D. Green. The president of the college delivered an opening address, setting forth the object and Importance of the meeting, and pointing out the ad vantages which the agricultural de partment of the school will be to the race. Splendid remarks were made by Mr. Craig Griffin of Macon county, O. T. Redd of Cooper county, Mr. Speed Daniels and many others made re marks favoring the permanent organ ization of the convention with a view to developing the agricultural feat ure of the college work; look...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 7 December 1907

MISSOURI DRAINAGE DITCH TO RECLAIM MANY ACRES BIG BATES COUNTY ENTERPRISE, COSTING $370,000, WILL GIVE IMMENSE VALUE TO LAND THAT IS NOW ALMOST WORTHLESS. Itirh Hill, Mo. They're tllgtfiiifC It deep. wide and long in Hates eounty. They are Inviting comparison wit'a the Panama eanal and are not n.shamed of the home product. They do this with out using the high Bounding title of In land waterway, navigable channel or river route. They are content to have their et scheme known a the drain age ditch with the accent on "the" but they do Insist that they have the biggi-st drainage ditch in Missouri, lentil, depth, width and cost consid er d. Tho pride of Hates county In this Immense engineering undertaking seems to be Justified. The ditch when completed will be CH'j miles long, more than half as long us the Panama eanal which is 46 miles long The nav Igahle depth of the Panama affair Is 35 feet. The deepest cut In the Hates county ditch is 20 feet. At its widest point, the Hates county ch...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 7 December 1907

f NEWS FROM MISSOURI. "Missouri Dry In 1010." Prohibition for Missouri In 1910, St. Louis, Kansas City, St Joseph and St Louis county Included, Is tbe slo gan of Rev. U. O. Robinson, of the Missouri Anti-Saloon league. He saya that la the date set by the temperance workers as the time when saloons, breweries and distilleries In this state will have to be converted Into roosting places for bats and owls. Some of the anti-saloon workers want to call a saloon vote In St. Louis next spring to demonstrate the strength of the move ment Other workers prefer to wait for what they call the "big fight" In 1910. ' Buys Wood by the Pound. A Columbia man buys wood by the pound. It Is used In the manufacture of insulator pins for use in stringing telephone and telegraph wires. The best pins are made of locust wood, white locust, or honey locust, as it Is called by many. This wood, for this purpose, Is worth nine cents per hun dred pounds (it works better green); a cord weighs $5,400 pounds, which...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 7 December 1907

THE RI&ING ttON WM. T. WASHINGTON, Editor and Owner. Office, 914 E. Twelfth St. PuMlMi.d Krty We. k RISING SON PUB. CO. WILSON DAWSON, lhisini'ss Miir.iiKtr. Ilt'U Tlione 7S0 Grand Homo tIioik- TSO Main SLT.SC1U!'TI 'N K ATF9. OnoiYfir . f 1 Ml S M.Ttli I mi Ttiro.- M.iMli ." ' Slllk'lo '( . Ptrlrt'.y f ii! In n'lv.in.'o. tnton .l :it tho I" ! n'lioo at Knns.is City, us S.ioi.d M.iiti r. CorrfHJH'filrt'ts W.ltlt'd I'l every city ind t,in in lliis !:.t. . Writ'- im. All I.'WS tlllllrr M'1'I''I f"T p.iKI- ran. m huM r ;n h fir of!.-- !i-t Liter th.ui Tu l.iv, f t .M'h nn'k, .im.I nuit be I y tho :n.r ri.it f . jmli.t- tat..l tt i t .if i l;itl! !r i.f MUttl-Tlty. .1. KI'ANKUN fUAHS. Sucic'v Kditnr. a:vi-:i!Tisino iVxtks. For one inrh. one ln-i.itL.n S .Si I- it II. i li. e.i.'ll r .' Ill Ifl- HiTtli'Il Kur two Iih-Ihs. ilinc month y.r ttt" I1" In s. s-.x 1 1 1 : 1 1 i Kur two iin hi !. i.ui" i-MH.i i Mini Kcr iwo iikiii.k. twiivv n. .i:.l lis. .. . l.". ii Oldest Negro Journal In ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 7 December 1907

I THE RISING 80N, A. J. KELSO, Secretary and Stenographer. Remember please It's the little blti we collect here na ue re hat enable! ui to run from year to year." All announcements and notices are ten cents per line. WOULD BE NO DISTURBANCE. LOCALS All hall Kansas City ns the next meeting place for the Republican Na tional convention. ' The mayor made a great hit In Washington by his enthusiastic speech. Did you read it. Kansas City gets almost anything It I asks for. Are you not glad you live in Kansas City? Mrs. W. H. Hubbel Is doing a good business at Twenty-third and Vine. She has the only Negro dry goods store in town. Give her a call. Mr. R. Fisher gave a whist party at 1722 East Eighteenth street in honor of Mr. and Mrs. V. R. LewiB of Kansas City, Kan. The evening was well spent. Luncheon was served in the new dining room, Hotel Eldora. Woman Merely Had Little Account to Settle with Husband. She was a middle aged colored wot an of muscular build, and as sho stopped at, one o...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 7 December 1907

THE CHRISTIAN ;WORLD LIQUOR TRAFFIC OUTLAWED. Decision of Indiana Court and Man Who Made It. Judce Arlman of tmlianu. who sprang Into fame by his division that the liipior tralllc I was ntu-onnlitu- tlonal. recently ox plaini'il anil vintll rat oil his position In nn address do- llH...-n.t I.. 111. 11a V. . J ' ........ Ill I 1111(1 jjYji dolplila. Tlioro are vTs" 9. f several kIoiim in tli.. ... ... I jdyWisf 'l"' principles aro f.lffmr f tbcKe: Tho law of liod. tho moral lu'.v. Is of jiara- Nothing which rotitrovoncs it can bo rlsht or ought to bo considered li-unl. Tho common law of Kntland and iho I'nlted States recognizes tho 1'tiristUtn religion and, therefore, the moral law. Moreover, tho constitution of the Vnltod States declares the en. Is for which our gov ernnient is established. These nro . r . ( ,, , , . v " " 1 Sll lllStll'l- inSllf.. ll.Ullllll. Iron Ill " ' ' "'iii"- .... ,ur ,ne con.mon u.Tense. .,,...,,,. general we.iare. etc. Hut i in riiit- tti iti till ii'.ii 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. — 7 December 1907

1 1 m- D 0 ro Congressmen Since the abolition of slavery in the United States in 1863, many Negroes have held official positions. Two were United States Sen ators. Twenty-two Representatives; three, held diplomatic and con sular positions; many have been officers in the army, six were Re corders of Deeds in the District of Columbia. A fine engraving of these Negro Congressmen has just been is sued, giving accurate portraits of each; also the Congress in which they served and the years of service. In the picture, the two Sena tors, Messrs. Revels and Bruce, oocupy the center of the group, sur rounded by the other eighteen Representatives. In the background, the Stars and Stripes in color. This beautiful engraving, with a book let containing biographies of these eminent men, is sold for one dol lar ($x.oo). This engraving is a graphic political history of the Negro in America. No home, library, office, or school-room will be com plete without it. Send for one to-day. THE COLORED AMERI...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 7 December 1907

EXAMPLE OF SUBLIME "NERVE." This Mat Surely Cut Out for Great Captain of Industry. AVlicn Holier! .oii entered hi slttlnR room In- f mini Treirnu there, re tplcndcnt in fill ft cuing drcM. nnl helping himself !.i vim of liU Kobert fcon'H -bi't ri.'.n.-i. "Halloa!" ho said. Why the war faint?" "Going ? i Lellingham's to dinner." was tin ii'i.lv. "Why don't ou buy bettor cigars Kobertsoti looked U. frlinl up ""J down. "The effect HrT! " i h.i I." ho said. "Anyone that di'ln': know you mltflit lake yon fur a gcutVtnan. Hut I iltiln't think .i Ima-i't'il an evening uit." ' I don't." said Trescott. "These duds Ore tours." "W'i'll, ,it a'.l the ruuiMr check-" "Hut 1 didn't como down to talk ntiout that. 1 wan to know If you'll lend ire your titnluflla . I;'n raining." "I'll sec you tn .K's uho tlrst !'' said the Indignant Holier!"'!'!. "Oh. very ue!l," . tl 1 Tn '.-" o! t. "It's for your hem:!!, you know. I only want It to protect your 'o.:!" nd !'h a i hokiui g.ip It iliertsrm handed ove...

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. — 14 December 1907

HO IV IO THE TIME Py to Advertise In the Rising Gon VOLUME XII. THE FARMERS' CONVENTION A GREAT SUCCESS. Macon, Mo., Nov. 19, 1907. The farmers' convention at the Western College, Macon, Mo. was a marked success, notwithstanding the Inclement weather. The meeting was opened In relig ious form, led In prayer by Rev. E. D. Green. The president of the college delivered an opening address, setting forth the object and importance of the meeting, and pointing out the ad vantages which the agricultural de partment of the school will be to the race. Splendid remarks were made by Mr. Craig Griffin of Macon county, O. T. Redd of Cooper county, Mr. Speed Daniels and many others made re marks favoring the permanent organ-, izatlon of the convention with a view to developing the agricultural feat ure of the college work; looking to a regular annual meeting for the pur pose of relating facts and experiences and observation in a way to Improve and advance the art and science of farming In all phas...

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. — 14 December 1907

Washington Gossip Interesting; Bits of News Picked Up Here and There at the National Capital SENATORS TOSS COIN TO DECIDE STATE PATRONAGE w SlilNtiTON. --The newest and Mo;-t unlquo ini'iooii w uispens- fnc ,'. deral patronag was exempli fy! by ctvl it pi-er.i I rue. otT.ro by appointment to agree, If pos sible, upon a distribution, but when th"v confronted tho president they President Roosevelt In tlio i found themselves Just as far apart 88 the" have been in ma ansencc. ins pr.Md"nt saw the difficulty, and pro liwit that they draw lots. The sen ators agr I, and tho position of na tional bank examiner being tho place 1 1 tii th other day It a departure In the usual pro govertiing the selection of uMal appoint'1. There U ....n,,,!,. fir 4 it t ri,';l1 o til the If Is merely a case of for immediate- dispute, the president tossed up n coin, saying that heads . ... , nminf K Ttrm pa n t n win nun were ft large tiumnor oi va "- ..... , n.c.s in South Dakota due tn , tails Senator Gamble...

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. — 14 December 1907

msmoNis LATEST FANCIES -Si IN FASHION'S REALM SEASON'S 8TYLE OF HATS HARD TO COPY. ARE Little Distinctive Touches Give In dividuality That the Amateur la Seldom Able to Duplicate with Effectiveness. The making of a fashionable bat at home by Inexperienced hands is no longer an etsy task, according to the noton C.Iobe. The hats of to-day are an art In themselves, and unless you are a very clever copyist you are fool ish to attempt to waste goods. You do not pay so much for the material that Is on the hat, but It la the style thnt makes the cost run up. It Is that indescribable something that The Square Loops, Velvet Effect. Ribbon counts the way the bow Is tilted, in manner In which the ribbon Is twisted, the exact ansle of the feath ers and such little things that make or mar a fashionable lint. Hats are really huge in size and we see no signs of anything else. I asked a fashionable milliner the other day if he had any small hats. "O, yes," he said, "a few for old ladies and some ll...

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. — 14 December 1907

THE RISING SON WM. T. WASHINGTON, Editor and Owner. Office, 914 E. Twelfth St. Puhll.hrd Every -k RISING SON PUB. CO. WILSON DAWSON. Uusini-ss Manager. Iloll Thone TSO Grand Home Thorn- 780 Main H"BHCRirTI'N r. ATF9. One Yi'.ir fl.'-d v M..tnh I 'Hi Tlufi- M.'ntli ... ! SimrUr fty St rift ?y paM It nlv;ii'fc Kntrrrd at th I 'ft office t Ksnsiis City. as fcVcond t"mia Matter. Correspondents wnntd In every city n.l town in tli.n st.itiv Ur.te ust Ail m ws ni.itn-r it;tfn.l..l fur puMI CHtlfn nMn'ilit r .it h i.iir fff:.-.- nut Inter th.iri Ttirsd.iy. if .nil wick, iiml must t oKtiiil ly tlif writer nut fi r pubii :tivii If.t Knar.ititi if mith'irlty. .1 Kli ANKl.l " CRAIOi. Snriotv l-Mitor. . I a r v r. h t i s i n 5 a i" i : s. fir ctif iiioii, n.s'i'.i'ti f ' t .r , : llifll. I. nil ilt TH lit in- i-rtif;i -1" K'T l l!l-hi . tlir-f til' '' T I- I IV v . . . S. II'" " Ki r two in. h . I.in- III": IH M'i iiT lJ I in-in . lt,Ve 111 li.tllH. .. . l."i.'l Oldest Negro Journal In Kansas C...

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. — 14 December 1907

THE RISING SON. A. J. KELSO, Secretary and Stenographer. Remember pleaw It's tbe little blu we collect here ana Here bat eaablee ui to run from year tu year." All announcements and notlcea are ten cents per line. LOCALS. Prof. V. W. Fisher, fiscal aent of Western University, haa been on the sick list for a few days. He U now able to be up and around. On Wednesday, Dec. 11. the Mu sicians' Club at Hth and (Iran. I ave. nave a grand smoker. It was a de cided success. The program consist ed of vaudeville features. The Grand Mogul Octette of the Willis Wood started the ball a-rolllng. Next fol lowed Don Turley. who nitstifled them with magic, but the biggest hit of the evening was when they called for Rdward Allen farter, Kansas City's Negro poet anil author and humorist, lie furnished three numbers which were well received. Mr. Carter has a great future before him and do serves much credit. W. M. Rose, Grand. Commiftee: F. Watson, M.ajestic. C. Stlckney. Schubert. WOULD BE NO DISTURBAN...

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 December 1907

The Hypnotizing of Lizzie By George "I've done most all t can for you," aid Tapt. Habbleton. emphatically, "and i;'s up to you to help joursclf some." "Show mo how," said the mate. des perately. "I'm wlllin' to take any kind of a chance." "You've had a barrel of 'cm." re turned the captain, sternly. "Here you are. J It.) Hh.ke. six foot two and a fine fi.nure of a seaman, stand in' novt to me for command of the Arklam, which is ihe wc'.lst steam fn iKhter on the lakes, and yet jon ain't pot the time to go in and win a 20-year-old slip of a girl, even w ith her father a hacking yuu up." "Wot s the use of it all when she don't want to lie won?" queried the mate, disconsolately. The indignant captain turned pur pie. "Pust mo if ever I see such a chick en hearted swab." he roared. "Hero 1 brought Lizzie ou this trip tn Huf. falo. a' purpose, so as you'd he thrown together a lot. and wot's come of all my trouble" nothin!" "I donu my best." said the mate, sulkily. "Didn't I take hoT to a ...

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 December 1907

Negro Congressmen Since the abolition of slavery in the United States in 1863, many Negroes have held official positions. Two were United States Sen ators. Twenty-two Representatives; three, held diplomatic and con sular positions; many have been officers in the army, six were Re corders of Deeds in the District of Columbia. A fine engraving of these Negro Congressmen has just been is sued, giving accurate portraits of each; also the Congress in which they served and the years of service. In the picture, the two Sena tors, Messrs. Revels and Bruce, occupy the center of the group, sur rounded by the other eighteen Representatives. In the background, the Stars and Stripes in color. This beautiful engraving, with a book let containing biographies of these eminent men, is sold for one dol lar ($1.00). This engraving is a graphic political history of the Negro in America. No home, library, office, or school-room will be com plete without it. Send for one to-day. THE COLORED AMERICAN NOVE...

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 December 1907

EXAMPLE OF SUBLIME "NERVE." Tbla Man Surely Cut Out for Great Captain of Industry. When Itolierlson entered hi sitting XKitii he found Trescott there, re splendent in fun evening dress, ami helping hinieelf to imp of his Uobcit oil's host rifiars. "Halloa:-' In- slid. "Whv the war paint?" "Ooitifj to lMlinslnni to dinr.ir." as the reply. Why d.m t you uur letter cigars?" Kobertson Linked hi friend up an. down. ine errert Isn't so bad." he said. MAN GROWING MORE HUMANE Treatment of Domestic Animals Proof of Thit. It "Klortrle fan In stable, hnrse orcai peecn by Dr. W. T. Vernon ,,,hl!a",r:',le unselfishness act was urn in nne wmi the spirit of the ae, which spirit U making for the The Honorable W. T. Vernon. Keg. later of tho lulled States Treasury. N'ose in jiio law auditorium of the naptlst Churih at Durham. X. C. u Hhower baths mid screens to keep out "' ''v,,llnK ,,f November 20. Itli7. to Hies ami niosiiil!oi.s are not nncon.. " '"' "oils. mon nowadays In rich men a estab- ! ""'...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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