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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 4 September 1903

0-U; . ., ' 'I i if s JjFtL , H Visme?!SmA uw w (fa xWMwlP - By j ; "" P'- "Z' It Pays to Advertise In the Rising Gon VOLUME VIII. THEOrV)KK ECHOES OF THE FAMOUS ROOSEVELT-WASHINGTON DINNER. Theodore Roosevelt is President of the United States. He Is President of all the people. He is a true American. He stands for all colors, creeds and social conditions. He is an influential factor In his own administration. Marquis Ito Is a Japanese. He dined with President Roosevelt. INDEPENDENCE NEWS. The t'ent meeting which has been going on here for the past week has been largely attended every night. Many of the most prominent ministers of this section have been here and preached. It will continue for an other week, closing Sunday. Aug. 30. The Macedonia Baptist church and IT. R. F.'s will give a picnic Septem ber 5th. The outing under the auspices of the A. M. E. church, which was postponed on account of rain, will he given at Hughes's Grove on September 3rd. Come and spend a day's outing. ...

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. — 4 September 1903

Gown of Silk Bat'tte. Gown of dotted ecru silk batiste, trimmed with straps of embroidered batiste, nml with narrow ruffles of the material, bordered with flno 1'tigerle tucks. Tho skirt has a idain. fjj, 7?J narrow panel, the L rest of It Is gath- Is trimmed with three groups of (the narrow ruffles. 'three la each group. The bolero nml Its short sleeves Xf lire bordered with g wi"j ,i10 r"m,s-11 nd i ' ii iir i r fnrmi-r Is trimmed around the neck mid down each side of tho front with a band of the embroidered batiste, the ends finished with fringe or pendants. Stra,.s nf this embroidery extend over the shoulders mid down the .tloeves, the full, draped undcrslceves sre of the dotted batiste, shirred on the inside uud finished with deep lace. Cliffs. The plaited blouse is of plain ecru linen of the same shade as the gown, with cravat of the same. The girdle Is heliotrope taffeta, fastened with a Cold buckle. (.'hie Parlsicn. Buttercup yellow is among the new laces. Everything tends 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. — 4 September 1903

IMMENSE TRACT OF LAND IN AFRICA OFFERED TO JEWS FOR COLONIZATION. ITtathakosi American Jews Indorse the plan of Great Britain to give their people a vast tract of land In East Africa for colonization. The offer was made at the opening of the sixth Zionist con gress, which Is now in session at Basel, Switzerland. If the Jews ac cept the offer Great Britain pledges it self to grant an autonomous govern ment, subject only to British suzcr- FARMER OUTWITS SHARPERS. Gets Five Dollars from Confidence Men and Gives Them the Laugh. A. I. Voorhees, a farmer living near Trenton, N. J., turned a trick on a brace of confidence men. Early In the morning a well-groomed stranger drove tip to the Voorhees residence and asked If the Voorhees property was for sale. Voorhees told him that the farm could be bought, and the stranger was shown through the house and a tour was made of the farm. The prospective purchaser seemed to be pleased with the lay of the land and was going over the details of a barg...

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. — 4 September 1903

THE RISING SON. LEWIS WOODS Business Maaagw. Published tfry Wri-k RISING SON PUBL1SHINGCO WM'HSCKIITIDN KATES: On Ter . BM Bi oioatn. 7J riree month. at Ooa montu U Strict! prll In ad.snee aT.t.rd a J'fwf Ojfff af Kan$u VitJ, at Swi,d Vitus Matter. Correspondents wanttd In ery city to town in thin male. Write us. All new nintter Intended for pub lication should reach our office not la Ur than Tutsday, of cacti week and nuit be mgued by the writer not lor publication, but as guarantee of auth enticity. '.WICSl-N. 117 WMt SUth St., Kanaae City. Mo. Advertising Rntate. for oae tae.n, on Insertion $ M for oof ineb, earn sabsequeat Insertion. JU For to laraes, three month I US For two I acne, Hi amain I no For two Inches, nine monihn loot Fat two Incase twelve months 15.00 ' OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE REST. The paid circulation of The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. Kansas City. M...

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. — 4 September 1903

THE RISING SON. Wan. Fairfax, Society Reporetr. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. Remember please rUe little bits we collect here an t.hre That enables us to run from year to year." LOCALS. Airs. Rhodes is on the sick list. Mrs. James Brown of Chicago Is Tlsltlng In the city. D. W Langston who has been 111, is convalescent. Mfs. M. Arnold Is doing a big busi ness. Call and see her. Go to Mrs. K. Cummings for early meals and first class service. Look out for the Grand Rally at Allen Chapel. . See Surface's ad for next week for school books. Mrs. Joan Hill was at home to the ladies and class Wednesday morning. Prof. O. Coffin has returned from a visit In Texas. Mrs. Fanle Brlnkley has returned to Kansas City much Improved. The Art Class met with Mrs. Francis Jackson last week. MJss Rucker of Wichita, Kan., Is visiting on Brooklyn avenue. Mrs. Hemengway, of Memphis, Tenn., Is visiting Mrs. Henry Countee. Miss Josio Foster of Houston. Tex., is visiting her uncle, Dr. J. E. Dibble. Loo...

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. — 4 September 1903

THESE SOULS OP OURS. Thr In no wind but soweth ) nf a mora tni and open life. Vlilrh lur( unlooked (or. Into hie- ouled deeds With wayside beauty rife. We find within these eoulx of ours Home wllil norm of higher birth, Whirh In the poet'a tropic ln-art bean flower Whiup n.iKrance till the earth. Within Ttn. Whi.-h the liesrta of promises of Mossom Into .11.-. In sunny hours Ilk :i that hath heen In Iif- nr h'itth slnre tune hecnn. i- native In the simple heart of all. The ur.Kel heart of tinin. James It us? fit Lowell. THREE OF A KIND 11 T J. W. (; veij,, rw, &y TTif Mis; Prir-'-'lo came Into lirr parlor n ?') Overmen! wl'h ln r hind hmh in :r - sure with her of u perturbed s 1 1 ! i r ar.d an arn'id temper. "Wl.n flu mi s'."si- Is here. Clin dy"" -ho asked, explosively. ' Why I i an t tiles'!,'' replied the Fir:, .-'.ottly. "Is if anyone I know?" Ai.vfiro y.iu know! Humph! I atioiiM think on might to know lilm: you've en him ofien enough this lust year to know tiiin ! " "Xot "...

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. — 4 September 1903

$100 Reward, $100. I k'"."'.-? Lbu mtSU b' abl to cur la ail ta auaaa. that It Catarra. Hall'a CaurrS Cur, I. tha mTVSltlM eiir now kuwi U lb madlral rraleraltr' Fatarra IM WlMt mk IMnatllnUnaal Aluau, - .... tlftna ooi traatmaat. Hall s Ciu'rtb Can la Uk la- - "-- - . . . . taraallT, actios arreellrapoo lb hlootf and rauonui er.irw, inerao? aaairofuf MS foundettoo pf tha dl.e.et. an 4 ftrtas tbt pattest strangth ty balldlns up Iba rnaatltutlna and aaatatlnf atnra la dotal Ita worn. Tba proprietor bars ao IS?"!'!' lnJu ""! powara. tbat taer offer One Hundred oollara for aay oaaa tbat It t alia w cure, oad tor llat M teattmonlau. . " J. tUKSKT fco., Toledo, O. fold by dnif data, lie. t Hall's family rina art tht beat. The fellow who complaint that ha leads a dog'a life naturally growls about It. I Of Uia arieai. thereby aaauvaiac tht Don't yon know that Deflanca Starch besides being absolutely supe rior to any other, is put up 16 ounces tn package and sells at same price as 12-ounce ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 4 September 1903

J. L-. WIIL.IAIVIS, GENERAL Blacksmithing, Horseshoeing and Wagon Repair Shop. Good Material and First-Class Workmanship guaranteed. 707 Independence Ave. Kansas City, Mo. Only First Class Colored Shop in the City. The Very Lowest Prices. Residence 41G Laurel. Telephone 1052 Red. RELIABLE DENTISTRY No Delay-Satisfaction Guarartteed-TeetK Examined Free We nre tin' mcst icii.ilile dentist in tin- city. We have the largest and oldest prnct ice in tin" city. Our miwrM is due to the uniformly high griidc rl done by gentlemanly operators of middle npes; no youths We Guarantee to Please. Our Reliability is Unquestioned. This firm is bached ly ;i wealthy corp ratioti. an1 Is therefore thor oughly responsible. All work is guaranteed fjr 15 years. Full Set of Teeth $2.00. SH S. , Whito Teeth $4.00 (iold ( r.iwns ir.'-U $2.65 I llridgo Work, per tooth .$2.63 Platinum tilling),. ... 50c t Ifsui'i-' 50c We do as we advertise ,'T-f.h r,tr. t.-.i wi bojt p..n fkki;. We are here to stay. NEW YORK D...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 11 September 1903

It Pays to Advertise In the Rising Gon VOLUME VIII. LEWIS NEGRO EDITOR'S VIEW. "High school fill the crap joints." So says Lewis Woods, editor of the local negro organ, the Rising Son. "The white man has done all he in tends doing for the colored man" said he editor yesterday, when asked con erning a report that high school grad uates were flooding Kansas City with out an opportunity to get suitable em ployment. The colored editor's views of his own race were extraordinarily frank and decisive. "We educate our boys beyond their present or possible plane," said Mr. Woods, ''and the result is they will not desend to the level of their fathers. By this I mean that we equip them for the sciences, the arts and the profes sions, and when they set out to find congenial employment they find not ar door open to them. They can not turn to the plow without throwing away the years of education and the great sums of money expended upon them, so they remain in idleness. They may not take the maso...

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. — 11 September 1903

J COMMISSION EXPECTED TO SETTLE ! DISPUTE OVER ALASKA BOUNDARY The Abakan boundry tribunal, wbU h will endeavor to 1 ! tin1 tcr-rit.'i-i.il tlisputos to the sat intact ion of loth :irrv!.i and tho United States, lias lii'iil in first, meeting In London, As the members of tin' commission tk Hn'ir seat Senator Turner wan en the t v i i" ui . tiulit, tlit'ii l'rof. Sir Louis .1. rt,., I'.Tiii. riy of the Superior Court of (i'K'-o. Lieutenant Governor f the ri'uwiiu of V'li U c, 11 till pt'ofes- United states Commission. Map Showing Alaskan Boundary Line In Dispute and Commissioners Who Met in London. Ror of civil law; Mr. Tloot. I,ord Alvcr stone. Senator I.oiliro, A. It. Ayles worth, who succeeded in tho late .Ins tiro Armour of Canada on the commis skn; Mr. Foster and ClifTord Sifton, Canailian Minioter of tho Interior. FROG IN HER STOMACH. The More Mrs. Goldsmith Ate, the Thinner and Weaker She Grew. Mrs. Harry Coldsmith of Homestead, I I., wus in tho mountains of northern Now York ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 11 September 1903

THE OLD, OLD STORV, He anchored fast his fishing-boat, ll made a cushion of his mat. And sat and watched his bobber float From early morn till night. At hour on hour thai Idly spent In ilow succession cnmt and went. He passed the time In sweet content While walling for a bite. When shadows bade him flan no mora, He piled the Issy, dripping oar And sought a lad upon tba shore, Hla string of bass to buy. Next morning In the bMsy mart He told a tale all knew by heart. Yet told It wilt such wondroua art Nona knta tba old. old lie. Brooklyn Eagle, A LITERARY EPISODE II By LKLIA MART EVANS. I I I Copyrlghtti, ttos. 6y Tht Authort PublMing Company I I Her sanctum bespoke the literary woman. With pen poised In hand she at courting Inspiration; but the power to attract Its Influences seemed to have drifted away. Again and gain she plead for Just a Blight (ouch to awaken sleeping imagination to assist in writing the story she must lend in at 6 o'clock. With doleful rountenance she looked at t...

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. — 11 September 1903

THK RISING SON. tEWlBW00I;S BtiuneM at anaar. Published Every Wetk RISING SON PUBLISHINCCO eWM'HSClU I Tit N KATES: I On tVer O M I i month . . . ;s ' r'iree uimitiut M On rconlu If Mtrlctly pull In mtmni-e I BnUr$d at the ' (j'iY at Kanna Ciiy, at Stroud (.'in Mitttr. Onrrv(iii(lntK wanted In every city , Sod town in t his mate. Write u. All news matter ltitetiilid for ;itib- i llctttiuu ehuuld reach our olliee n(it la j U-r than Tiunday, of eaeh week and , iDunt be 0(ftied by the writer cot for ; puhih-atiou, but ah'uaratitte of auth- sntirltr. JFFICEl-No. 117 West Slith St., Kansas City, Mo. Mil Ml .1 . Advrrtialiiat Knters. fur one t-h. one tnaerttnn 90 or one inrh. c'-h eat.i.cijiient Ineertlun '1 F ir two !acht-, thrre raoiuli I.iju Fur two Incite, ! month 0 on F'r two IneliM, nine month lutaj I tot two luutui twelve tiiutitlii IMJO OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE REST. ifc The paid circulation of The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lat...

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. — 11 September 1903

THE RISING SON. Wm. Fairfax, Society Reporetr. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo Remember please I ' tte little bits we collect here n thi- e That enables us to run from year to year." LOCALS. Mrs. I. Petterj of Topeka, Kas., In the city visiting her sister. is Miss Annie Burnett is met with bad accident on her hand. Dr. Birch is the happy father of a ten pound boy. Both are doing nicely. Col. J. Hume Childers of the Topeka Plaindealer was in he city Sunday Mrs. Ka Cutting is doing a nice bust ness at 12 East 12th street. Call and we her. Mrs. Ben McCormack of 1219 Vine street, is in Triplie, Mo., visiting her brother. Thomas Gassoway, after being arb- senf from the city for some time, is in the city again. Miss Maggie Kelly of Columbia, Mo., is at the bed side of her brother James at 1922 Flora avenue. Mrs. Louise Rhodes, who has been cut of the city during past six weeks, returned the latter part of last week to prepare for the opening of Qulndaro Vnlvtrslty. The Vendome Dancing ...

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. — 11 September 1903

TO SWIM HOW NEW YORK WOMEN TAUGHT THE AWT. ARE The Overcoming of Fear the First Qu.i!if cition Absolutely Necessary One Pupil Tells of Enjoyment Procured by a Few Lessons. The o'lly place In tho c;'y where iwinimiug Is sciiM'.: i iu-al !y taught to omen. s.i f,ir i (nl search could it termin ". Is i;i tin basement of a 1'iiKlitn uptown. s.is the Now York I'i'i. ll.ro a stalwart English woman, iith TiriscN trained to steel-like tex ture laments over tin1 lack of space ttf Li dlspos.r, and does tho best she ran with ambition impSIs. Sl strokes will t n 1 o nn average Mvin.iv.i r a i i- the tiny !.. a ti 1 at tirs' -1 1; t it would sci'iii a nuirkiTv . i t,i a'vmpt to t-.iih an art which than any other demands plenty if rpaoo atii 1'io.itliiiig room. Hut JA I 'gy - I I Do Only the Six Strokes. the science nt' swimming, it s ems, c;m lii taught in space that wimlil bring contempt to the heart of au n?ile cold ti h. "If yon cm swim nrounil this pool yon have taken twelve strokes; If you ...

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. — 11 September 1903

UPPEREO FOR FIFTEEN YEARS. Complttely Restored to Health, lire. P. Bruniel, wife of '. Brunzel, tock dealer, residence 3111 Grand Ave., Everett, Wash., eaya: "For fif teen years I Buffered with terrible pain in my back. I experi mented with doc tors and medicines but got little If any relict. I actually bo licve the aching in In my back and through the groin became worse. 1 did not know what It was to enjoy a eight's rest and arose In the morn ing teeling tired and unrefres hed. My Buffering sometimes was simply Indes cribable. Finally, I saw Doan's Kid ney Pills advertised and got a box. After a few doses I told my husband that I was feeling much better and that the pills were doing me good. When I finished that box I felt like a 'different woman. I didn't stop at that, though. I continued the treatment until I had taken Ave boxes. There was no recurrence until a week ago, when I began to feel miserable again. I bought another box and three days' treatment restored me to health. Do...

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. — 11 September 1903

RELIABLE DENTISTRY No Delay-Satisfaction Guar&ntecd-Teeth Examined Free Wf are tin- tn. t it'lialilo dentist in the city. We have the largett and oldet practice in tho city. Our snoocs is due to the unifcrmly high g-ade worn djno by gvutleiiiauly operators of middle ages; no youths We Guarantee to Please. V Our Reliability is Unquestioned. This rl.-m is liaokod by a wealthy corp 'ration, and la therefore thor oughly riM;v).i-.ible. All work in guaranteed fjr 15 year. V4Q Full Set Teeth $2.00. S't S, White Teeth $4 00 i.i!di r.wn r.'-U $2.65 1. ridge Work, per tooth .$2.65 riatinum filling's 50c I ir wiinir 50c We do a we advertise T-vih ntru.'t-d wiihout pin nu.K. We are here to stay. 1 NEW YORK DENTAL CO 1029 Main St. ESTABLISHED 20 YEARS. S'ponil Floor. Kntrnn'-e on Mnln Strfrt nn'f. Oirn Dull j. Nlirh till 9. Sunili r- lo to 4 J. L-. WILLIAMS, GENERAL Blacksmithing, Horseshoeing and Wagon Repair Shop. Good Material and First-Class Workmanship guaranteed. 707 Independence Ave....

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. — 18 September 1903

) Pays to Advertise In the Rising Gon VOLUME VIII. INDEPENDENCE NEWS. The chicken fry under the auspices of the Loyal League last Thursday night was a splendid success, botn so cially and financially. There will be a unique entertain ment given at the A. M. E. church on the 24th of September by the men of the church, who will prepare all the delicacies and also sej-ve. Go out and see how well the men can do. Ad mission 10 cents. The last Quarterly Meeting for t.ila Conference eYar will be heud at St. Paul s A. M. E. church the la3t Sun day In this month. It Is hoped that every member and friend will be In J attendance that day. The church has been very prosperous this year, spirit ually as well as financially and It is the desire of the pastor that the Quar terly meeting will be a glorious wind ing up of a successful year's work. Visiting brethren are expected to be present all day and preach. The Noland public school opened under auspicious conditions last Mon day. All the teachers...

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. — 18 September 1903

FAKMEUS AND TARIFF LANDS AND THEIR PRODUCTS EN HANCED IN VALUE. Higher Prices for What the Firmer Has to Sell Have Accompanied the Prosperity Brought About by the Restoration of the Protection Pol icy. It Is some years now sl'im tho free trader has ahandom 'I his wailing over th" abandoned farm of Now Kngland ami elsewhere, ruder tho most beneficent influences of Iho IMng-li'j- law. fa.m lands all over tho on tiro country haw boon Increasing In value. ai:il. according to Inquiries ro orntly nude ly tin' American Agrl ru't'it '.!. tlio prices of farms thrnunh out New K:m!:i:i! uti ) t ho l'ast have admced from 1. to I'll per cent over tho val'ios of (He years nuo. In al most every state win re Investigation were tnailo throughout Now Kngland. New York. Now .l.rsoy. I'onnsN I aula ati'l Maty hind, t In reports show an i: ; ar.J m.w N tidec y of about i''1 ji r i and in finale In- f 'am s far more. In in ran' rro any il' !:e in (alm s foiir.d. s although In a fow cases tho rejMrts show...

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. — 18 September 1903

ATROCITIES OF THE TURKISH TROOPS AFTER THE CAPTURE OF KRUSHEVO The map shows the position of the Balkan states and the location of various points of Interest, particularly Monastlr. where the Russian consul was killed, and Krushevo, which was retaken from the insurgents with great slaughter. In the upper right hand corner of the map Is Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria, from which the revolutionary movement is directed. The following letter from a mission ary In Turkey, contains the first au thentic news of the atrocities com mitted by the Turkish soldiers at the sacking of Krushevo: Krushevo is situated on the summit of a hill eight hours' journey to the northwest of Monastlr. It contains 2,000 houses and 10,000 Inhabitants, mostly Wallacha calling themselves Greeks. There are only about 100 Bulgarian houses, and the owners of these are poor. The Wallacha are prosperous merchants who go abroad on business, leaving their families at Krushevo, and after making their for tunes by diligen...

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. — 18 September 1903

TIIK RISING SON. Lewis woods 3umum Manama. PuMtslieil Kvrry Vc k RISING oON PUBLISHING CO WM'lteCKMTlON KATES: On Tar. . .. I i a.nnilia . . f 'ire untune One month a M . ..1 . t HurtcUj :tlO In adrnnea Enttrid at tht '.. Ofh-( at Kin (Vtf, at 'et.ii t'ilM Multtr. Correspondent wanted In " city tod town in thin mat'. Write u. All new matter intended for pub llcatttuo should reach our oflice not la lr than Tilt sday, of caoli week and inuit be Sigurd liy the writer not for publlcaMoD, but as guarantee of auth antii'it r. JFFICIt-Wo. 117 West 8lth St., Kansas City, Mo. I I- 1M .-...J L-J Advertising Rnt, foronetvh. one tntertlon a Ml f on Inch, rai'h ut..fJunl Ineertloo M , WXlZtZVrzzr::::::::::-:::: JS f,.Mwoiiu-h. nine mouth lucv or two lacbea twfivt ruunthe lign - - - OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ! ... IN KANSAS CITY, I TWICE ALL THE REST. The paid circulation of The Rising Son is more than double j the combined cireu-i T" w- ('"r,rr- r'pf;ilhnt: w- w uil L.uniuineu circu Y.ll(S ,,t VjV(. ...

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