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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 18 September 1903

v ) THE RISING SON. iiflll Wm. Fairfax, Society Reporetr. Remember please !' the little blU we collect here nn tn Tbat enublee ua to run from year to year." LOCALS. Mrs. K. Jordon Bufklna has returned to ExcelBlor Springs. Miss Alberta Bailey will leave for Oberlin to-day. Mrs. Wade a Smith was In the city a few days this week. Mrs. Leon It nodes will attend the Western University this term. Miss Edmonla Hubble returned to Flak this week. Mrs. Amanda Wheeler will teach the Round Top school this year. Prof. Lee and family leave to-day to make Chicago their home. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Craig are build ing a home In Washington, D. C. Miss Annie Crossthwait has returned home from a visit to Blue Springs. Kansas City schools all opened Mon day morning with a full attendance. i a .t. V. n fi n 1 1 1 1 m o u f i f 1 a hpnlltl- 1,1. fii auuuu naa , 1 1 1 v i . . v . - ...... ful home on East Seventeenth street. Blind Boone was at Allen Chapel last Sunday. All were glad to see him. Mr. and Mrs. ...

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. — 18 September 1903

HER DRESS. Tah up th pli'iir: ar on rvluit ah ui! i.i wt'jr In fii'iah. niiii'ii I k , m See how (-lie fixed lier hat. The thine "h :ir tn-dny l.oi.j ! i r i r- limy 111 nhe turn mlla A -. r fr.'in new may I . . 1 1 K ! .it summer style. T.ik- up t!ir pli-ture - ai-nl A ill r! v.i.ir lathiT mmt A i .mhI il.l. lily l:i k,.:Ii' .'t wli.it die wore. V 'i ' !v nriCH. T aT'i'-a T:iK lio.l lli.it tli.nl" "U filr A I l- 't lln' f."i!ill il: ." Tin urM 1ms iii.i I" ynii ir -New Ymk lli-ratA. THE STUDENT'S STORY. I 1 IIV WM. W. KKKt KK. I I '.v"'rl?1' ""' V 4 'Aor I'u'iUthinf Compnny I I It make mi' lurvnm tn think of It.'' saiil tin- nlil druggist, as wo path rri'il around tht' cheerful lire on wln Iit evening. "Yi's. It was a close rail. "I wui ambitions t !nt days. and t ilntfriiiinml before leaving tlii? tinlvcr Mty to make a mark fur myself In tlio field nf chemistry. rikI you may bo sure I m working haril. "In those rarty days, liquified car bonic acid agas was merely a lahora lory exp...

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. — 18 September 1903

TEMPERANCE Tht Bible Mother Ueed to Read. Anion the hooks I prle and own la one that I hold iloubly dear, Nor can 1 e'er be quite alone Bo long og that one book is near. For, when no e'er to It I turn. If atari ahlne forth or light burn low, Pomehow to me there doth return ' The one who read It long o. A tlarht divine shines 'round the plnee. That east Us beam to every nook, lAnd 1 behold again the fnce Of her who loved to read trat book. And If the night outside be drear And beat the atorm against the pane, I listen and I norm to hear The music of her voice again. fThe year have left on It their Maine, The corner ure defaced and old, And yet that little bonk retains For me a value more than gold. So, whate'er changes time may bring. As on toward her I dally speed, 4 to that book will ever cling The Bible mother used to read. Consumption and Alcohol. The Quarterly Journal of Inebriety, which la published under the auspices Kit the American Association fur the .Study and Cure of Ineb...

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. — 18 September 1903

RELIABLE DENTISTRY No Delay-Satisfaction Guaranteed-Teeth Examined Free arc tin- mi st tellable di-nt itjt in the oil. v. We have the lnrtfe-a and oMci-t practice in the ci;y. Our mh'itiii U due to the uniformly high rado worn, done by tfcntlemaiily operator of middle age; no youth We Guarantee to l'tease. V Our Reliability is Unquestioned. "1 h.x tinn i hacked by a wealthy eorp ration, nn-l Is therefore thor ii:'!i!y re .inm i llc. All work is guaranteed fjr IS year. Full Set of Teeth $2.00. S i s. . Uh'te Til th. . . .$4 00 (nil,! frown '.:-k $2.65 I ride Work, per tooth .$2.65 I "i .1 1 1 1) ti in illlin.rn 50o C, i 'o initiir 50c We do at we advertise T T" ih ' unioini without p.iin Km k. We are here to tay. NEW YORK DENTAL CO 1029 Main St. ESrAULtMILD 20 YEAKS. Si-"tiil l-'loor. Kntrni" on Miln Sip ft mi y Oit-n Itiiuy. Nltfli a ,I9. mm, ih v in in 4 J. . WILL IAMS, OENKRAL Blacksmithlng. Horseshoeing and Wagon Repair Shop. Good Material and First-Class Workmanship guaranteed. ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 25 September 1903

IVJays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME VIII. TWELFTH ANNIVERSARY CELE BRATION. Never In the hlHtory of Kansns City Kansas society has there been a more brilliant affair than thla one. Their lovely home wa-a beautifully decorated with cut flowers and palms. The beautiful flowers and the ladies in their evening gown was a picture of long remembrance to those who re sponded to the kind Invitations of Judge and Madame Bradley. Dainty refreshments were served In the dining room and punch In the reception hall. The receiving hours were from 2 to 11. Followln gis the list of presents: Mrs. A. E. Jenkins, Mrs. Owens, Mrs. Roth well, Miss E. V. Jones lledBprea-d. Mr. and Mrs. F. Durdette, Mr. and Mrs. Easely, Mr. and Mrs. P. Younger, Mr .and Mrs. W. A. Butler, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Dwiggins, Mr. and Mrs. J. Williams, Mr. ai5jd Mrs. W. D. Green, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. lwls, Mr. and Mrs. A. If. Dandrldge, Mr. and Mrs. S. Lee. Rev. and Mrs. Lee, Mrs. it. Dudley Linen sheets. Mr. John Ross Box li...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 25 September 1903

f mini m' ,1 y "I I ",' "'J ". V'J Jesus It Near. Jr. 1irk.fl hem 1 li. il' . v..t. . Hln.'i v.. mi to my tu-M. tied li. lit to i ll.'-r. P.iyiiih' in l.'iirs i.f l.n-: "li-jei.t JrMIS Is I .11 '" ! t In tlmi'O of t? Tlir'uuli ih. I.'iir. Th- ro hi. .iK- .1 ,il nr. I d.i'k s . IP- T'l IV. ,.f dmil.t .mfl il.i a iiin; d ly. i l-,V. hk. i- : I..-.U ! t - : : ii Min i 1 Ink- ti liriillf. i j li t. s . . mi !r m-.'l S'r : .i I. '..miii, l:k" . i.ii.I fi'i HifT. J. hui. Is ii. mi : " p it 1. veh !'..- v. !1 h ii! llse, t . f t ,i ii. ii i. .1 li.nr . 1 ,..-. I 'u u:h Hi.' .ki. a '.) .-.is is 1 1. I -i-.. I.'.t . Il t ll.l'l.t. ii 1 r - : .1 in. .-i iri. 1 1 1 . 1 .lc.ir, ' H . '11,11' .1 1. I, An I l.i ! YlH'tl 1-ui pm w Will n: l'rom .i'-i N .r fv V .-.. Ili.i.! w u '. ,i. IS 1,. .. I I I - n. r. w . R ? c c n 1 1 c n Hereafter. I li i ' i It I Mi-i --r 'In- sub- M:" i. .11 il' .1. (..It T. 'I w . i !-i In ..:im 'I'll i r. -I :it times. f iir r--M ii'. i! - of i love Ml'..' I'll-1 Hal ,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 25 September 1903

SEEK ANIMAL KILLER ENRAGED FARMERS ROUSSD TO DE8PERATION. Fiend or Lunatic It Poisoning Llva Stock of Attleboro, Massachusetts, Agriculturists-Posses, Well Armed, Soak Hla Lift, Education, science and the general rpread of knowledge have let In light on many a common darkness that ex isted even ao late as fifty years ago. 'What nineteenth century thinking person but shudders at the recolleo tton of the Salem witchcraft, that bio on America's pure pages of hlstorvf Tet right at the very doorway ot Boston, the center of advanced Mens end mind culture, there Is cue mind so steeped In darkness, some one so soul warped that for some unfathom- bis reason has wreaked vengenance cn dumb animals. Who Is the flend who has so re lentlessly and perslstenly poisoned cows, cats and fowls? This Is a vital question with the people of Attleboro, who with blood In their eyes are on the qui vivo for (he miscreant. It began a few weeks ago, when one night all was still on the lion Accord farm, the home...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 25 September 1903

THK MSINU SON LEWISW0GD3 BudiBfM M anAttf. Published lOvcry Week RISING SON HUBLISHINGCO rf-M'HSCKll'TlON KATKS: Ob Tear O M 0.1 D.nnthn i& f 'iree uinnths SB One ruonlh U I trie tl y pnlil Inadvanr ntrd at the font OJHrt at Kanun City, cut .Vroi.ii (.Vim Matttr. nurMunftniliinti ai.,ir.ii4 In uf fit tod town iu tlii Htatf. Write us. j All news mutter intended for pub- llcatluu phuulrl roach nur otlioe out , U Ik... 'I'.i.lIiii ..I ....l. u..ub i.J '" an. cms., " ' " - must be signed by the writer not for publication, but as guarantee of autn nttrltr. priCKi-No. I 17 Wtit Sixth St., Kanaaa City, Mo Advertialiitf Hntea, rat oat tah. one losertlnn H jr one Inch, i . h euliaequeal Insertion U ynr two Ibtbm, three month I 'JO fiirtwn lacriei, sii month oo For 1 wo Inehei, nine month. ... tot two iBi'tiM twelva oumths ...toij, OLDEST NECiRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE Rt;ST. The paid circulation Of TlIM RISING SoNi'l-y will m long .is tiny me ill th is more than double ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 25 September 1903

t THE RISING SON. Wm. Fairfax, Society Reporetr. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. Remember please t's Uie little btta we collect here an r.hir a That enublei urn to run from year to year." LOCALS. Mrs. Frances Jackson Is visiting in St Louis. If you want all of the news read The Rising Son. Miss FFannle Brlnkey returned to Chicago this week. Capt. Gibba able to be out again after a serious illness. Mr. Will Tonkins wll study medi cine at Howard this year. Geo. W. Teeters made a flying trip to Lawrence last Sunday. Mr. Will Thonkins was In the city a few days the first of the week. John R. Rone of the postal depart ment is on vacation this week. Mrs. Mary Brazier, of Omaha, was In the city a few days last week. Dr. J. C. C. Owens, pastor 6T Allen chapel, called at our office this week Miss Ada Jordon was appointed sub' etitute In the Kansas City schools lost board meting. Miss Nellie Ijove will attend the Western university at Qulndaro this season. Mr. Wm. Blunk is making some Im ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 25 September 1903

TILL WE MEET AGAIN. AIthouh my feet may never w.ilk your ways. No oilier eyes UI follow you no far; N voire rentier In rlin your prHl. Till the ewlft ronili'g of I bono future rtnyt When the world kouws you fur the man you are. Tnit must bo on nnfl I must amy behind, We limy nut f.ire tmeiher. you and I. lint. though the path to fame be atcep nn. I blind, Walk "ining and steadfastly, before mnn klml. lipriunt- my heart must follow till you die. Ptraiir.iKt and strongly, scorning mean , aiii'iM'xn, l.eniihl to othersto yourself "cvrre. If ymi tn 1 1 -1 full, f.OI 1 1 I 111 linhlCflC, (l i l knows nil nib. c failure I 'ii til Picas 'Mint lit you bewk tu tlnil yuur wI coine hfiu. - Pcrllni-r's. WHEN LILLIAN LOOKED FOR WORK I lty OHIO II. KKMi . I I ftipvrljMtil. nn, ty 'Me AuOfirt PuMithlnq Company I I Mrs. Haines put aside the letter she hai In-i ll riMilitu!. iiiwl gazed into tho tiro Willi n troubled expression. "Wli;it H tin- matter, my dear?" "luo-uiiiiil Mr. Panics. "Why. this le...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 25 September 1903

FALL KIDNEY CHILLS. With the chilllnff air of fall corned an tra tax on weak kidneys. It's tlio tlmo Doan's Kidney Pills are needed now recognized t!a world over m the chief Kidney and liladder remedy. Aching backsare eased IIlp, back, and loin pains overcome. Swelling of the I)rirtrtj, t.vo. " It was called rheumatism. 1 wild et bo relief from tha d.w ton. I begun to Improve on taking; lva i ivi'i.ln ai d jot two hen-a at our dmr (arts, and, al.bmigli utjrura uf age-l " alunat a m-w man. Iwaatroulilislarned deal with my atT bad to gal up fivir and five time a Wrht, That trouble la over with and once mure I can raat the ntirlit thronirh. Sir backache la all koimi, and I thank 7011 ever ao nint h lor t lie won'lri ful meitlolne, Doaa'a KMney 1'llle." JSO. II. IIl'BCK, Frsaldent, Wdirevllle, Indiana, bute Bank. NAMC. P. o.. TATt. f'Jf Doan's X3jS ram. se ttwva. TjriSSsJ Far frrr trial bot, mall thla enspnn to Pos--llllhitrn 1 ... KufUlu, N V. If al.v. IMti-f 1 LneuOlclanl, writ aUdroa...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 25 September 1903

RELIABLE DENTISTRY No Delay-Satisfaction Guaranteed-Teeth Examined Free Wo nro tlii' tin nt ic liitlilc dcntiMa in thn pity. We hnve the largest antl nlili-M practice in tho eity. nr mhitim Is tluo to Hie uniformly hitfh jfi-iido worn done hy gentlemanly operator of uiltlille ages; no youths We Guarantee to Please. V Our Reliability is Unquestioned. Thi tlrm i ti.ii'kcil hy n wealthy oorp. ration, anil In t hero f ore thor oujflilv responsible. All work in uarantood fjr l.'i years. Full Set of Teeth $2.00. S.-t S. s. Whito Tooth.... $4. 00 tinlil Crowns SS-k $2.65 I Lrnlge Work, per tooth .$2.65 I'l.-itiiiiim fillings SOo a s I 7s auu we uo as g aavertlte C-jSJl J. Ti-i ih iitnuM-ii without puin kkkk. We are here to stay. NEW YORK DENTAL CO 1029 Main St. ESTABLISHED 20 YEARS. Sivi'inl I'l.Hir. Kntritm nn Miln vtrrrt only l in K.iti.v. Niuh U!l!l. Suuiliv- lo In 4 J. Wl IAIN1 OF.NI'.UAIi Blacksmithing, Horseshoeing and Wagon Repair Shop. Good Material and First-Class Workmanship guar...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 2 October 1903

. 4 ; 25 It Pay to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME VIII. LEXINGTON NEWS. Sunday will be Rev. Gilbert's last Sunday for this conference year.. He will leave Monday evening for St. Louis for the annual conference. Rev. Young and his congregation and Rev. Howell and his congregation he Is ex pecting them to worship with him Sunday night. We hope they will have a grand turn out and assist the church. That Bhows a mark of advancement in the right direction. The Grand Chancellor, Jordan, of Kansas City, and Rev. C. C. Calhoun and others organized a Lodge of the K. P.'s with about twenty-three mem bers. Dr. J. D. Ball and wife are now keeping house In the Masonic Building The Doctor is just as busy as he can be. He has quite a? number of miner We think every colored man ought to employ htm. We can never be of a strong race unless we patronize each other. Mr. Eugene Conway Is still In the barber business on Ninth street. lie seems to have as much work as he can do. Also Mrs. Wm. Hunter I...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 2 October 1903

I'll ti: I If . ir..MI l.i I """' u,i ii ivii inr 111 iiuu iriii-i mTfiJlt f NSPSSITY FOR IT SEEMS TO BE DISAPPEARING. There Is No Probability of Agreement rn Currency Legislation, and Noth In, Is to Be Gained by Forcing i st tion on the Cuban Treaty. The tn-r. s-.ity fur iin i vtlft session ' ins to lie ilisappenritiK. It was lint Si IIH Wi-eUs IIUO tlint tile -iii' iit lia I tii ti itiiiin-il umiii Nov. as tin' date i.ii which Congress mil. I a-M tii 1 ! in t t raonlinury scs ii tn iinisi.iir currency legislation J tl.i' iMti-iitiiiiHii ion of the Cuban iproritv tr-'.ity. Since then reports o t'i n Min tit of an inti'lition tn no n il.i'i' i al ly in uctobcr. There f.r.itif mi: ti asoti to anticipate that I he ailur date will tint. In- the tne P. i-liM ! I Members of Imlh Houses of . VoiiM'i s arc as a pile strongly averse ti a-!tiil'lMic in extra session at nil. j 1 1 ' h N-s at a ilate when stato and ii i.i! po'ii cs t.iiiire atti'tu ion. In many of tin- sta'e N uislatures nro 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. — 2 October 1903

UNCLE SAM'S FORCES HISTORY OF THE ARMY OF THE UNITED STATES. enlarged and Reduced at Necessity's Demand, It Has Gone Through Many Fluctuation The Various Com manders. The army of the United States, de pending upon and governed by the national legislature more directly than the army oi any other country, has from the very beginning of our nation al existence reflected the necessities of the country by the way in which It has expanded or contracted to meet existing conditions. It may be doubt ed If any other army went through so many fluctuations of size as ours has done. After Washington gave up his com mand at Frattnce's Tavern In Decem ber, 1783, Oen. Henry Knox as senior officer became commander-in-chief, holding office until June, 1784, when ho was mustered out along with most of the army. The rest, consisting of BUJ.-OEN. RBKBT DBAJlBOftlT. i regiment of Infantry and a battalion of foot artillery, was placed under the senior officer. Major Josiah Harmer, commander-in-chief by br...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 2 October 1903

THE RISING SON. LEWIS W0OD8 Bnsjness Manager. Published Every Week RISING SONPUBLISHINC CO WSDnsCHllTION RATES: Oaf Tear. B M l.l uioattm 71 t ire month On month .If , Strictly pulJ In idtunn Bntertd mt Vit Port Offict at Xana Oitj, at Seeottd CUifs Matttr. Correspondents wanted In ever city and town 10 this mate. Write as. All news matter intended for pub lication should reach our office nut la tor than Tiusday, of each week and uouit be signed by the writer not for publication, but as guarantee of auth ent.lclty. t FICI-No. 117 West Sixth St., Kansaa City, Mo. Atlvertialiis Rottl, for oae loh, oae Insertion t .M for on loch, rich subsequent lotcrUon. .W for two lache. three month. I.UO For two ladies, ill month (00 Fr two locbiui, Bin month 10 00 ortwolnebM twelv month! 11.00 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...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 2 October 1903

THE RISING SON. Dr. J. C. C. Owens, acting pastor of Allen Chapel, will leave for conference In the early part of next week. Rev. Owens has done a splendid work since taking hold of the affairs of the local church and It is hoped that they will rally to his support .and rtdee every cent of the dollar money. Win. Fairfax, Society Reporetr. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. Remember please t'i tte little blU we collect here an ther Tbat enable ui to run from year to year." In the list of ladies that made It pleasant for Mrs. C. Granger Harris, of Galveston, Mrs. W. Frederick Fair fax's guest, Mrs. Jamee Woodland's name waa omitted through mistake. She ga-ve a very pleasant dancing party for Mrs. Harris at her home on East Seventh street. LOCALS. Read the Son, the coming paper of the West Father Harper w&u taken quite 111 at a business meeting of the St August ine church Wednesday night of last week and waa not able to attend church Sunday last, but he la some mproved at this wri...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 2 October 1903

RIDICULE. "I I:- Mtlna;. the Utile iih tli ir .tend, airy iin.l punn'-nt etlnKS. "I" 1 1 . " iu m tlio form of Itinooonl fl.t.i". Art- i.f! n t'li' thlniis flint rnrry. l'r iht'y I It'ic f I., ninth the eniiiv veneer, Ami niter !;ic Illicit of tint worlilllnK'a t.t er. Ai ituy lir i-h aide. with ft cir-lt'ss Jeer, Tlit' nnrliln uttoinpt to parry. Their h:if:a ...nk deep In the leathern hi. to of thf hypocrite g.irbed In Miitnnt pride, I'M f My .in.l aliitn. tht-y emml nslde, Yhtr. Ir.'hy ttlnifts lire epteding. Fur ntf it tl mn. that ktmvo ami fool. In .nt .ir iiiirt. In rhuri nr m'hu.il. K.-.ir iniikjIiI " much ,ie the ridicule Tl nt in. h p.i. hy iinliffdiiig. -Wll.i.im II. tiltoiitklj. If m LOTHI A'S ACCIDENT I 1 hf iikikn a. iirtmini. I I ",'rtr.(' trd. T' Au'h'i S'.'n'tn. ''("tp juji I I Iitlua wa- In an unpleasant tin !. j It cau.' ! !'"t' In forget In r li'iuil ! j 1 -r : in . oi'I deeply in. :', ti. Mini's-;- a quality so i ilcnled as to sii'in a part t if In r v :y M'.f. I,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 2 October 1903

FBWar Ctllllfram. The best calculation that can made ahowi that the average num ber of children to the white native family a eentury ago In the United Btatea was more than six; In 1830 It tad fallen to less than five; In 1860 to leas than four; In 1872 to less than three; In 1900, among the "upper classes" In Boston, to less than two. A Tired Congregation. My friends." remarked the minis ter, "the collection to-day will be de voted to my traveling expenses, for I am going away for my health. The more I receive the longer I can stay." And, atrange to say, the largest col lection ever made was then taken up. Steam Lifeboat A ateam lifeboat has been tmtlt In England and sent to Australia. The craft Is 66 feet long. 13 feet wide and drawe t feet 7 Inches. The 'hull la made of steel; the engines have 220 horsepower and the boat will make fifteen miles an hour. TOOTH POWDER There 1$ no Beauty that can Hand the dUflirurementof fed teeth. Take care. of full Uetb. Onlr en way 8BZDD0DT ! OCTO...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 2 October 1903

RELIABLE DENTISTRY No Delay-Satisfaction Cuararxtccd-TeetK Examined Free V- mv tln tin st reliable dentits in tlio city. We linve tlic larg-eat and tiMost pruot !oo in the oily. Our siiccc is due to the uniformly liitfh Hi ;nIo unc done in- 'iMitlom inly operators of middle n'os; no Youths We Guarantee to Please. V Our Reliability is Unquestioned. Tlii firm is backed by a wealthy oorp ration, and in therefore tlinr unily ropoiiMtle. All work is jfiiarnntecd fjr 15 your. Full Set of Teeth $2.00. Set S. S. White Teeth. . . .$4.00 (...Id Crowns '-k $2.65 l:ii.l'o Work, per tooth .$2.65 Platinum IIHiii(js 50o li'nniiikr 50c We do at we advertise r.-. h t xir.ut. ,1 without p;n KKt- k. We are hero to stay. NEW YORK DENTAL CO 1029 Main St. ESTABLISHED 20 YEARS. Second floor. Kutrurire on Main Slrr.-t only. Ol't'll II. my. Nlull' llll II S'lnili v 1" In I J. Wl IAMS, nttNKKAL Blacksmithing, Horseshoeing and Wagon Repair Shop. Good Material and First-Class Workmanship guaranteed. 707 Indepe...

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