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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 9 October 1903

fflPaysJto Advertise In the Rising Gon VOLUME VIII. NEGRO DOCTORS. Hurrah for Kansas City Anil her negro medical spill. We have a dortor for every home To administer the healing pill, And the surgeons knife Is needed That we needn't feel no fear, And the old saying ' not heeded A doa man dnt' nigger heah. Negro doctors is a fad And things have gotten so of late Unless a negro Doe" you've had You are not considered up-to-date. Now when you' fevers raging high, With millions meloncholy. Just call In some passerby And send for doctor Holly. Or should you need a surgeon's knife Then o'er the list quickly search And ny to central with all your niltht. iive me the noted doctor Ulrch, Or porhnps, two, you'll need, Or your case prove to science a riddle. And if from misery you will bo freed Why whots the matter with Doctor Dibble. , . - And then perchanco a trial Is called To Beat your doom on a surgical plank Don't weaken or give up hope at all, There's the old reliable Doctor j I'nthanks ...

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 October 1903

r .TING THE WHEAT f anpovrtation cost lower- I LD itfY PROTECTION. I At tmt Result v of Making Our Steel t Rail at Hor,e Railway freight Crnrge en Aj -ieultural Product Have Bteri Reouced Over Eighty Per Ctnt. Tl.o 1mdon Stat-t for August 15, l'.ii;l. coutalns a lo-ng editorial arti cle ou Mr. Chm''i-nln' colonial policy of dlscrlminas,,,,. dmios, from which wo take the knowing extract: ".". have seen that between 1M!6 ,ind 1902 I lie cost of carrying wheat for export from Chicago to Now York wan reduced li.v out so per cent roughly, from a little over "oil. per bushel tj a litili' under 4 VI. lr bush el. In other words. iluriiiK 'he period rt ferred to t!,,. ,-ost of carriage by railway over a distance of about a thousand miles was reduced Is. t'.'-sd. .r bushel. West of Chicago the re diiotiot.s rri certainly not 1cm. Homo it util 1m si en that during the past K' o.us the r. .Im tioti in the eost of land i-arrlsm- has boon extra ordinary. Kurtlu tinore. wo have peon 1 u t the oo-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. — 9 October 1903

Lsi, M-g? $3, 1 :v. t 'if ''4 5 1 ?4 ' if ; Unipoktn Words. The kindly words that rise within tha henrt. And thrill It with their mpnthello tone. But die ere spoken, fall to play their part. And claim a merit that la not their own. Tha kindly word unapnken la a aln A aln thnt wrnna Itself In pnreot guise, And tella the heart that, doubting, luuk within, That not In apeech, bat thought, the vir tue Ilea, It la not ao another henrt may thlrat For thnt kind word, aa Huaer In the banished HiiRnr! prayed it well mlKlit hurst From out the annd to nave her parrhlng child. And loving eyea thnt can not aee tha mind Will wntch the unexpected movement of the Up; Ah! can ye let It cutting alienee wind Around the heart, und aeuthe It liko a whip? Then hide It not the mnlo of the anul. Dvnr aymputhy, expressed wllh kindly voire; But let II. like a shining river, roll To dejerta dry to htiurta that would re joice. Oh. let the sympathy of kindly worda Hound for the poor, the f rlrndlesa, and the we...

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 October 1903

THE RISING SON. LEWIS WOOFS, BasineM Maaagor. Published Kcry Week RISING SON HUBLISHINCCO -MJIWCIUITION HATES: On Tear. t.t mnatlia Flr miintna . .71 Ou Bon lit . 7. .'. .'.7 U Strtctl pnld In advance Btrtd at V I'nst Office at Kannnn City, a Sth,l Cin.ii Metier. Correspondent wanted la city tnd town in tlii state. Write us. All new mutter intended for pub llratluu should reach our office not la ter than Tuiwlar, o( each week and inutt be sipiifd by tho writer not for publication, but a guiirautce of auth nticltr. '.'FFICEt-No. 117 West Sixth St., Ktn City. Mo. Advertialiit Rnttl, for on laeb, on Inaartlon $ M for on Inch, earn aul.aeuiieot Inaertloo JU for two lark, three, raiinio I.uo Fortwo 1aci, all nmntli I ou Fortwolnrh. nltix month luoo Tot twu Inrbe twrlv aiuutha i00 OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE REST. The paid circulation of Tin; Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. 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. — 9 October 1903

THE RISING SON. Mlsa Anna Stafford and M. Holla way of Kansas City, Kansas were qultely married last week. The Son extends congratulation. Mrs. I. F. Bradley of Kansas City. Kansas, alter several days confine ment, was able to be out again. Her friends was glad of her recover. Wm. Fairfax, Society Reporetr. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo Remember please V the little blu we collect her an .tnf e That enables ua to run from year to year." Mr. Dammet Queenan Is preparing to give a big entertainment for the Old Folks and Orphan Homes. Let everyone help Mr. Queenan for this worthy canse. LOCALS. Send all aoclat notes to W. Freder ick Fairfax not later than Wednesday Ight and we will gladly publish them In the Rising Son. Help make the Rising Son an Interesting paper by contributing your blta of news. This means one and all. Mr. Will McKnlght has been on the sick list. The Oxford club will give their full dress ball next week. Garrison School has a new manual training teacher. Rfiv V ...

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 October 1903

LOVE'S pefnre my vision d -mi-es A form of eraee ililn, howe o Inn en Iim nrr Tlii' rapture tli.it Is rultie; Tin- r.ilii-Mt of nil faurs. I..e ili.rrt kirt and best! I live lilt' hot l"m n ilf-i .mi of Mi: The. world may have the rest. 1 'ki melody her Voice I: 1 1 -r f.uo like tiiornlnir fair; And : 1 1 1 my twirl nj.'i'cs iit-,oie her i f there: V tut dre mi of tin .iiiiH so rhnli -e Is- tr:itigely fwtrt and true? t'Ue nir hut tills 'tie .Irejni of MUv Sa Iii'.irt. tli'1 dream of yon. 1'i.n.k liempstcr tlln.-riii.in, In Aliislie's. OUR LITTLE SISTER iir "mi u no lit r;. 'I r'i lj .1'f'."i.r ''t'UMnf r,miv?ny Tin-1 sun was sending long line of yellow lilit through ihc western win-! lows i f the '.e.i:int sehiMil mkiiii. ! Kelly airs i.f little hands were lutsy j 1 hi 1 1 1 ii u hooks iitnl slates away for the ; lay, ami foity pairs of little fi-et ' 1 it i t'l I restlessly in their eagerness to he free. Mi-s ltnyd gave a tired sluli as the la-f small kimlergartniT was out of -ight...

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 October 1903

Thara ta mar CiUrrl la thli tartfoa of tha emm H other ilwmi put cethr. ana aatl' the teat lev rraravaaaiippoeaa to h tnt-nrahi for "Mf T"r doctora pnwouarcd It a kMl dl nd preaorthea local mmallea, tad hr rntiatantlv Jal Una to cure with local treatment, pron.iuncad ft rararahla. Hdem-a haa proven catarrh lo he a iltuilonal aVaaeea ana tliorefore require ennnlte Uonal treatment, llail'a Catarrh. Cure, manufactured V. r T- thenar Co., Toledo, Ohio, li i he on it mn ailintlofial eura on tha markai. It H tataa Internally ladoMifrom ivdmpa In a Maanooafiil. It ecu d( rartlr M tha atonal aaa aurfaeea of tha ?atem. Ther OITir one hundred dollare for any ra-a M falla la cure. Head fur rlrrulara end teatlmonlnU. Addre. r. J. CHKNKT CO.. luleao, o. old h lirnnrl'UTM, Fall's lainlir nut are tha bail. A wise man hope only for tha things that are possible and probable. 16.0v TO TEXAS AND RETURN. Tickets will be on sate October 20th at St. bonis and Kansas City with limit of 21 days, giving a m...

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 October 1903

MANY WOMEN FAST MAIL SERVICE WESTERN UNIVERSITY QUINDARO KANSAS. For the Moral, Intellectual and Industrial Training of our Youth. A GOOD THING RELIABLE DENTISTRY No Deity-Satisfaction Guaranteed-Teeth Examined Free Want men to understand that thfjr must never ln contradicted. IVtnatnl recognition of their ten ties out i( proportion to merit. Wcl n si nsr of affront nt being mm pured to a womnn lu public life. l!ar tin roniputu foil In patronizing a man with n iiuostioiinWo reputation, j l.ooU at tl.p jn-etty man to t!io detrl- ' inetit f one tt the sturdy, mused t lo. Chum ! I tin mst'lves oeniit from inti. :-te. no mutter what they hoop to do i I Si .' t r hiilooiwness of wrong doing in.'-o f.ii ;ii hen a woman is the .iftoi'iVl Will cotit.i to .111 indiscretion ns though 't were s um thing of whiih to lv m.l. ii:i'ie the force of it matin ohnrar t' i ! ha iihiiity a" a parlor ronver- -M!i"l:llll-t Constantly i halter uhout girlhood happy i!a s. no mutter how far hack It i.iUew th...

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 October 1903

V1 V 8 1 3 r It'Pays to Advertise In the Rising Gon VOLUME VIII. APPOINTMENTS OF A. M. E. CONFERENCE (Rev. Dr. Matthews Urges Goepel Beet Solution of the Race Question. The forty-ninth annual session of 'the Missouri conference of the A. M. IE, church, which has been In progress at St Paul's chapel since last Wednes day, adjourned last night at the close t) , of tho evening session, after the read- )'''lng of the appointments. The first two hours of the morning session were executive. The suspen- ion ot Henry ureen was continued, ! Rev. T. J. Dlemer was granted a letter V. Y mttiwlfnifnl nwl 4 It a inmm nf tVnmn 1 ' ft n IT T . . .1 .. .1 Mnm ,a roll of the conference. Rev. Mr. Wall of the M. E. Church and Rev. John Matthews and Rev. J. W. Cunningham of the M. E. Church, South were Introduced, and the two latter ministers, who have served in the Methodist ministry fifty-eight and fifty-nine years, respectively, addressed conference. Dr. Matthews urged the colored ministers to help s...

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 October 1903

LET THE PEOPLE SAY WHEN TARIFF REVISION SHALL BE UNDERTAKEN. 8enN Hoar Urgea That Changes In Cur Protective System Be Not Mads Until the prople Shall Have Paated Upon the Question at the Polls. Senator Hour rtmppf.l sumo pcnrls of wisdom iiinl sound policy In his pit'i'ti at the dinner of tin? Ksscx flub on the loth if September. "The Grand Old Miin" of Massachusetts was easily the star among the speaker. Ill' usually is In any company. Ho talked about tin1 tariff, about foreign trade anl aliniit reciprocity, and ll was clear hraliiel, hulcwtm' talk, that was alike limeiy ami pertinent. Tariff revision, he said, might become neces wary, just as It Is necessary to somo times revise the statutes of Massachu setts; "but.'' caul the wise statesman ntid profound economist, "yon cannot be doing it ail the time, because, whenever you are doing It business 11 thrown into confuston ami uncertain ty." In the course of time. he milled nnd no protei i lonlst disputes this luitiKes may he rcipil...

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 October 1903

ALL TIRED OUT. MRS. LILLIAN T. JANEWAY. BRIDE OF SENATOR THOMAS C. PLATT OF NEW YORK The weary, worn out, all tired feci' tngs come to ev er y b o d y who VER, Raspberry Tartlets. Lint some patty pans with good pasting, then spread a layer of rasp berry Jam. Make a cake mixture with two eggs and their welgut In sugar, butter and flour. Beat the mixture thoroughly and put a good heaped tea spoonful Into each patty pan. Bake In quick oven, and directly they are cooked, put on the top a teaspoonful of raspberry Icing. Gown for Early Fall. Gown of blue satin-finished vicuna. The skirt Is platted over the hips, and has a little plain yoke bordered with a band of the material. It Is trimmed at the bottom with a wide band of lace, forming scallops at the top, and bor dered and trimmed with bands of the plain cloth. The blouse has a little corselet cor responding wltb the hip-yoke, the Ito separated by a girdle of dark blue lib erty. The large cape collar Is trimmed with the lace and cloth ...

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 October 1903

THE KISING SON. LEWIS WOODS Business Maluer. Published Ever? Work RISING SON PUBLISHINCCO rKL'HSCIUITION KATES: Ooa Tear il moalha fhMM in : I h ( I L . .76 On. month.. ...'7.7..'.'..','.'. .'...7.7.7.7.7.7.' .U iilctl pal.) In advance BnUrd at the W Ojfict at Kansas Vitj, as itrot.t. Vitus Mutttr. Oorrfxpotirtrnts end town 10 thi nt All lioiva ni'itiup 'anted lo e?ery city Write u. liitoiiilrrl for pub 'li our ollire nut la. llcatlun Hhtiti iii rt'iu Iff th:trj TiitHilay, intuit lie xiinird ')V of chcIi week and tlio writer not for publication, but a guarantee uf uuth- ntirlt v. .'FTICEt-No. M7 Weat Sixth Kanaaa City, Mo. t.. AUvrrtiaiuu RhIci, for one lain. on Inaertliin or on Inch ra.'h auliercjuao. Inaertliin Tt two Ihin, thrva munib Furl wo Inclin, an montli f or two Indie, ulna month ,"" at two Int'baa twelve month. '. H us oo lUOo it ao OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE REST. i The paid circulation of This Rising Son is more than double the combined circu...

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 October 1903

I '.1 i I M. the Bisrao son. Wm, Fairfax, Society Reporetr. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo Itamcrubcr please l's IBe little blu we collect hers sn Our e Tbst enubluR ua to run from year to yenr." LOCALS: A Woman Gun Club la the latest thing out. Mrs. F. Jessie Peck Is very 111 at her home In Denver. Taking a Spanish course Is a late fad in the Smart Set Mr. Norman has returned from a visit to his parents In Texan. ' R. K. Doyd of St. Louis was In the city this week. MIrs Victoria Overall has been 111 the past week. All Items for publication must be In by Wednesday evening. Mrs. Jas. Woodland was at homo to the Ladles' Art Class Wednesday af ternoon. The Laldes' League mot with Mrs. T. D. McCamel last Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. John Herndon moved to their new home on Vine street this week. Mrs. Mary 13. Nero Is at home with Mr. and Mrs. Chaw. Jackson on Vine street, for the winter. Miss Edna Rhodes of Blue Springs was the guest of Miss Annie Crnstu- walte last week. Mm. I j. iio...

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 October 1903

THE Met olfi to klKt me." wist the maid. Ami. in h-r ro;ilsh he.irt. she tumicd; An.l lonpi.r In tho atiilMiKrii.W-, way ees and llpg be- Knll.il A chime .-h dimple wee, Aiul !! k.t em-ti err.-int IrrM of hair. Willi t in Iiit mind, In wicked glee; "Tin- "liiflil thing: li Umn t dure!" 'Tin R.ilrg to kl. her:" vowed thK man. Ami , lui. ki.vl. hiuI wit III at nine. Ami fUlK''t''d. mi.l now hjt;m In f.... ;i wukw.a 0 tint knee. I: pimu.. muni-how, h dew might ham IVIIIilMll-y t,, , h-lllll Kl- tills, Ami pl.iy ... Ina. h. ri-ii m Kama I "ui mi inn.K-ciit a hum! Tie c.iri-r.it.,n r.tfnl crows; IwMinirn N kIii- ah imy nun With hi. 1. 1, n mil, Hip firiiiili hp tors- A Mil ft a Kin i, k Hi- di-.-.l In don,.; ('HUh linn-. Hi iiiimvV i,P invi-iKha ) (' Np;i pliiiiiu-d :" In- snlngd, s!i.-i-.tsb- "How .lire von"' ln- rclmk-. nlilme ' I -I d it pip I tlion.-lii:-- plea,! he. JOHN" lT II. Mr( At M AND Coptrigh'n. ,m.i. Thr Authort 'afuhlnf Company ' X.'l-.l MINM' ln lp?" .lull Allison Hlialii...

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 October 1903

rrrvrcn nnintNnnrsS Ks I Will 00 Out I wilt go out Into cool woodland places. Among old forest trees That have hoard many pray'rs, seen many facea Of men, and inert the breeie And aun and rain, and dwell awhile With theae. Thar are calm iplrlta In the trcea and mountalnx, To thoaa with eyes to see ' . The old wood goda live yet; foreita and fonntnlna , Yield them security: If 1 stay allent they will apeak with me. Perfumed with pray'ri I ahall espy them stealing Acrosi the dim-lit lawn Era evenlna'a torch be ralaed, or when revealing Another day new born : The wind talk with the mountains In the dawn. J will go out Into cool woodland places With open heart and earn. And be a child again, running awlft raree With backward renrhlnir yeara. And laugh again and know Clod e gift of tears. Desiring and Obtaining. ask, and It Ahall bo given you: Reek, and y ahall find; knock, and It ahall be opened unto you. Knr he that asketh ro celveth, and he thnt Reekelh flndi'th. and to him that knuck...

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 October 1903

A SOUTH CAROLINA NEGRO HA9 SAVED $100,000 WITH WHICH TO COMMENCE. Richmond. Va.. Sept. 9. I. J. Miller, a Nefito of Columbia. S. C, said to have saved $100,000 will open an cx-olnsm-'y NYpro department stor on Hna.l street, of llil city. Ncsrocs will coihIui t It in nil tin' departments nnd the tiinoatioii will be watched V il 'I inter. t. II.' li;is rented No. ."i.'S K. llivild H v-i. an ilshls kto arrilMis. The Slat ANOTHER OPPORTUNITY FOR HOMESEEKERS TO HOME SEEK. Tin1 rii-.'n System aca'ln nmimiticen ll.at :: a i,! tickiU from St. l.ouls (in.! Kansas City lo points In (H.la V.'M.a liil.au Tiiiitoiy, Kansas ami x.i s. at lh" rry low round-trip rate of $ I. ".imi Opportunities for homo in the S.nitiiwist air still plentiful, and tlie lst lands jvre ly no mean all t.il-.. :i :; '. iion tickets sold at llu .::in '.y low rate will be cooi on any of the Frisco regular trains Iiwuik S;. Louis at -:i!u p. m.. p. in . ami 1" no p in., October 'Jn, uml I' Hiiii; Kar.Miit City 7: la p. in....

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. — 23 October 1903

HJ.ts ( i . j 1 It Pay to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME VIII. THE NEGRO PROBLEM. . 'Comlnft Events Cast Their iiumv n wvbwi,. , . 'iA generation baa passed since the v 'egro wan placed on an equality, be ), ' ,lre the law. with the whites. Instead t approaching nearer together, the ; Jrp between the whites and negroes Is ''jf?ldeT to-day than It was forty years N' Why this Increasing divergence? ''..While slavery existed there was a "h.',y. wrong feeling of sympathy. In the '"jlorth, for the Negro. When he was freed and placed on a legal equality! ,; gradually faded away and the Negro ::jft to stand on his real merits, like I! Y; other recces. ijtJfflnlty between the two races becomes more ev,,u'nl ev"y uy- lne lep,m before he can get away. Crowley, La., , f nntlpnthy against the Negro is )fJ the cpntcr of tho grpate8t rU.e ,,ro. stronger in the North to-day than it dllctlon ln the Unltea stateg white Is In the South. No Intelligent, closo ,nbor ,8 a)mogt entlrcIy ll8od tnere x...

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. — 23 October 1903

Girl' Frock. Fashion Is kindly disposed toward fount; girls this season anil many of the jir'l(y modish Idea In their drosses aro mere replicas if t lie pre vailing st v 1 fur 1 U r people. In the dainty design shown here tho kiiiih' broad shoul der cffci t is car rled out In a very inn in 1 r t li ii Tin- dre.s, which Is plaited, very much mi lhi "(iib tm ' order, opens um'er llu- plait In fr.Mit ntiil on tho shoulder Tho front atnl buck i f tin' dress are the sat and It makes a itiunniiu 1 1 1 1 1 frock without tin- licrtlia Tin' waist may ho made with i.r without tlio I'.nini; Tho shirt Is circular in shape, a stylo which Is very becoming to ti.o youth ful iiirrrs. Tin' mode will ilfVi lop sit b f . Ti'y In any of tl.o dress materials in eiihtr Cotton or woolen stillls. i tly in' veloptin nt would in' iii tli.' plain col ere 1 cloth, with ll..' l,.itl :i tii.i-!,".l by bri:l nr piping of -nit ra -f .r. color. Another feature ti lie - 1 1 i bred is In making wash frocks, 'l't: I ....

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 23 October 1903

"t 1 .5$ 'I '.V 7- i! t" -.1 ?' w SOJKlMIdfiQDS God Keep U True. Oh, In that darksome day when fate shall ttrow Our wnjr with thome and we cannot pre vail Against the surge of fierce disaster' gale. Coil help ui to be brave, God keep ua true. Oh, when our teara ahnll bo a morning dew, When nil the ground beneath our feet shall sink. . , And from the ahys of despnlr we shrink. Oori help ua to be brave. Ootl keep us true. Oh, when the sands of time for ua run thro1, When fall about ua the deep ahndos Of night, . . And we shnll hopeless grope, nor And the light, Ooil help ua to bo brave, Ood keep ua true. Henry C. Warnock In to Angeles Her ald. The Holy Nam. Hallowed bo Thy name. Mat. vl., B. There In A holiness that belongs to certain things aside from what we ordinarily call religion. The thUR that has become holy to you may have little or no other value. An old book that your mother often read, that would not bring five cents In the mar ket. Is treasured as a holy thing by you, aud ...

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. — 23 October 1903

THE RISING SON. LEWIS WOODS BuinM M utger. publlMied Every Week RISINOSON PUBLISHINCCO rMJMsCKllTION KATES: On. Tear. .... S.i n.oaib .... f-iree uinntna. On month.. .. BM . M . .1 President Roosevelt believes In mrr- It. denounce lynch law In the moat; emphatic terms, defends equality Seng. Ae tn room a alngle rooe Make fraiinini rvprv tur among government employes and po- ith the thoujtht of thee.' dear T-ove, litely Intimates to the labor unions vi,h nil my heart, tlir.-t he Is president of all the. people An.1 as the sons Mnl thrills the air of the I'nlted States. The president's W "y l.Mly uivlne. , ...... ,,,,, ,,, ,ny rrPtn Mian music, Sweetheart mine. Strictly p1d In iiltumt Bnttrtd at Vi? I 'tut Ofirt at Kama VUj, as Ain.(f fin MatUr. Correspondents wanted In every city and town in tins mate. Write us. All new matter intended for pub lication ehotilil reach our office nut la lr than Tn clitv. of meli week and must be signed by the writer not for publication, but a guarantee...

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