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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 13 February 1903

THE RISING SON. Wm. Fairfax, Society Reporetr. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. nenteiuljer please It's the little bits we collect here an i That enables u to run from year to year." L O CAL S . See Muldoon dance In his crash suit on the 19th. Ho! Mr. Muldoon and his crash suit at Turner Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Watts lost their infant son last week. Don't forget Muldoon and his crowd of merry makers at Turner Hall. February 19th at Turner hall Mul doon will hold his annual picnic. Prof. W. G. Wood, editor of the Kan sas Record, was a caller ibis week. Are you a subscriber to the Rising Son? If not, why not? $1.50 per year in advance. Mrs. I.. 1. Thompson leaves the loth for Ias Veges, N. M.. where she ex pects to spend the summer. Mrs Mollie Waldorn has been sick for a few days. She Is some better now. Mrs. Martha Coles has gone to Chi cago to visit her sister-in-law. She left Thursday evening of last week. Don't forget the Muldoon picnic at Turner hall Thursday evening, Febru a...

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. — 13 February 1903

ST. VALENTINE. Nt rw. tit t-- I. r ri:'iiit:r N't :-... for !ho " ;mtint'. H-.tt :r m the i r eric r.c.lina md 1 ?-'tii a ?i'r i) of irvnwcM To Kr t t ,ui my MMiiuif. H;uf crfl t!. Pit. r. I Vn;w. An. I d.irkly r-J Ttn- r- s'.ow. It-.it t ht . rt the ironwwd. Vno.v.ith .vi I h.rh. !i- Junky seed The p4'.tr. of u;.--n .w-r sew. Nnt r'vle n-y t-ni1-m. if yo-.i flr.il My mranivii l-r. the-.ish f.ui.t ivitlincl For struck fi.r.i u.l.bn clash of theiiKht No jvir. r r : r r.m h. wrn-irM Than tl.r.t trel ei.wk if m.nj to mind. Nay. y .i t : S It timo shall brine A n:;--' h r'.vi-r;t . A; i iirfi!i:v .-.; ..f .;t.mt tTWH T . t ;'.!; .1 ji . r :r. -;- urns The r.;; c . r :he w:r.J s hr.uj wu.f. IT i r-v r vv v,-l t Ijv In thine 1 I t .. i ::.!': . .1 mk'i 1 ' 1 ;-.' n v : 1 st 'r. '1 '! - f.i " t .it ' t'.r.-.iuh dwh A .: ' .- t VA - : ... - ('! M :.!? .n u.itu.in ir.vme i". .0.1. -n miss mn mvsam. py v w.y it,anii nv M Vu 1 a: k.!:. tip ti tior for ticth ar.r.tv rary. a a:i::;,v,i'. mer- ba...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 13 February 1903

BEAUTY AND PURITY SISTERS OF CHARITY RELY ON PE-RU-NA TO FIGHT Ancient and Modern Ideas on tho Subject. Time and Disease the Effacing Agents of Beauty. What Has Science Dono to Restore the Lily and the Rose? Socrates called beauty a short-lived tyranny, Plato a privllepe of nature, Theocritus a delightful prejudice, Theophrastus a silent cheat, Carneadea a solitary kingdom. Homer a glorious gift of nature, Ovid a favor of th. gods. Aristotle affirmed that beauty was better than all the letters of recom mendation In the world, and yet none Of these distinguished authorities has left ua even a hint of how beauty la to be perpetuated, or the ravagca of age and disease defied. Time soon blends the Illy and the rose Into the pallor of age, disease dots the fair face with cutaneous disflgursttons and crimsons the Koman nose with unsightly flushes, moth, If not rust, corrupts the glory of eyea, teeth, aud lips yet beautiful by defacing the complexion, and tills the sensitive soul with agon...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 13 February 1903

IKELLEYS y j j i HIGH PATENT Are You a K. of J 1 If Not, Why Not? Do you k"0 t't.il the Knights cf Pythias Is t"-e strongest and most progressive order of fie age? The four departmerts of the Order are as follows. Siiloiiliiuta Lotl-ic. In this the members are united are for and protect each other in health as well as in sickness and distresi Uniform Uank. In this department our young man are receiving a military educa tion which they can get in no other way. thus making them better and more useful citizens. Ladies' Omrt. In this the wives, mother, widows, daughters and sistert of Knights a-e united for the common purposes of life. In this department we are paying out thousands of dollars annually to the widows and heirs of deceased Knights. IF THERE IS NO LODGE IN YOUR LOCALITY. CONFER WITH THE DEPUTY CHANCELLOR OF YOUR DISTRICT. OR WRITE A. W. LLOYD. GRAND CHANCELLOR. 2629 LUCAS AVE., ST. LOUIS, MO.. FOR TERMS UPON WHICH TO ORGANIZE A LODGE. ft, 5 Kansas Oi"ty -to St. Louis. UiiMi...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 20 February 1903

f . U :: . J , r.'; .... . - -ss jA m mm mm a m mm mm . k -. VOLUME Till. KANSAS CITY, KAS LOCALS AND . PERSONALS. D. E. Over ta on the sick list. Voorhee restaurant ia the place tor good meals. Genial Tom Roberts was down from Topeka this week. ' Gilbert for mayon where will our boys land. Abe Rutherford is able to attend to business again after a long Illness. The Y. M. C. A. of Kansas City. Kas., is located in nice quarters" at 440 Minnesota avenue. Chas. Stewart, president; Dorsey Green, vice presi dent; Harry White, secretary. Dorsey Green, the disciple of Black stone is jubilant. He says the young crowd is the real thing. It appears that the colored men has about got control of the central com mittee. Cowlne Patterson, Reuben Harris and three other colored men are serv ing on Jury this term of court uev. R A. Wilson was in Atchison this week assisting Rev. Matthew Jones with his revival. Read and subscribe for the Rising Son. i Attend the Y. M. C. A. at 440 Mln nesota avenue. ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 20 February 1903

An Alt-White Costume. Tlie ail w lite costume shown U of brc-aV.cloth trimmed with lace, strap pings of tlic eloili and silk cord and tassels. The toque Is made entirely f white roses niul the largo feather lci.i is also white. If c ream is lmi!i d the ilay before It Is tn bo usei it makes it richer for the morning '''i it coffee, A small, stiff scrubbing brush should he its.-, for ri ai:itiK ail tegctables that grow iimliT ground. The color nf green vegetables ran be preserved if tin. vessel In which tiny arc i-nnkcd Is nut covered. In instir- tli nrfi'i't cleanliness of itot s tin y sliouM ln washed and sonk il In ui' r fri'iiirnl ly, and always kept In a clean illy ilar. Varnished ur nili'd woodwork In pan-trii-s ur l.ai-k halls mny be kept clean ly wiping willi a flannel doth wrung mt rf hut water and then nibbed smooth w ith a ilry eluth. S;np should only n cooked In por rrlaln lined kettles and never Ml In the kettle over night. Tho stock should ln drained Into a porcelain how...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 20 February 1903

BURNING OF UNITED STATES ARSENAL " CAUSES ENORMOUS MONETAR.Y LOSS Shop A, the principal Issue store boas at the United Slatr-s arsenal at Rock Island, 111., was destroyed by ,11 re last week, together with Its con tents. It was ailed with cavalry and Infantry equipments of every descrip tion and a million rounds of Krag-Jor- GENERAL VIEW OF UNITED STATES ARSENAL. ""SBSM-SSS-SSSWBlISlllWi 1 gen son smokeless ammunition. The contents were valued at $1,500,0(10. The building was a massive structure, three stories In height, and was erect ed twenty years ago at a cost of (400.000. The exploding of the rifle ammuni tion for two hours maintained a con tinuous rattle of musketry resembling battle. The Are was fought hard until the -conditions became dangerous to life on account of the large amount of ammunition In the burning building. The building then was left to Its fate, and all attention was devoted to sav ing the rest of the plant. The sight of the burning building furnished a specta...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 20 February 1903

THE RISING SON. OLDEST NEC1RO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE REST. yfc The paid circulation of The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. Wm. Fairfax. Society Reporter. A. . Walker. Autnt, Islington, Mo lieim-mbcr ileae I tin' : 1 1 1 i lll f iMlltvt here nil ttiT Tl.at niil'U uk Ui run fmm yenr to er." LOCALS. llaj iho Rising Son all the time. The Republican party Is the thlp all ile is the sa. iHmglass. Miss ICmnia Piukett is on the sick list. 1K not fail to hear Miss Roslland UeeJ at Turner Hall, Februaiy 2L And still we have friends, even If the times are troublous. The Republican party Is the ship, all else is the sea. Douglass. It Is not by what you have, but what you are that you are Judged. Mr. Rurton Hill has Invested In real estate. The Lincoln celebration, February l'Jth, was a success. denial Charlie Ia'c hus resumed his position at the llaltitnore. The Republican party Is the ship all e...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 20 February 1903

THE RISING SON. HARRY R. GRAHAM, Editor. FRED A. TURNER, Associate EM- j 4 LEWIS W0OD8, Business Manage. Published Every Week RISING SON PUBLISHING CO rBUBSCRlPTIOM RATES: 1 Tear mm .w riraa mon On bobU Sarlctl paid in adTaaoe ffnfared at tA port Ofllcs at Xante OUj, at Second CWs Matter. Oorrespondenta wanted in every city tod town in tbla state. Write u. 11 news matter Intended for pub lication should reach our office not la tor than Tuesday, ot eaob week and Bust be signed by the writer not for publication, but as guarantee ot auth enticity. OPFIOIl-No. 117 WNt Sixth at., Kana City, Mo. Advertising Rntas, for oat ItMih, one InMrlloa $ .St for on Inch, each aabaaquaot loaartlon. JB tot two iacbea, ihrea aionita 1.0 rortwo laches, si 1 moaUi loo for two Inch, atna noatba 10.00 rertwolaohaa twelva sooths ... 11.00 The Rising Son is devoted to the best interests of our rase, a fearless advocate of right and fair play. There are those In high places who read and receive this paper and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 20 February 1903

COVRTIN' lit llKOUcr. Cpvtlhl. ISOJ. bv Dtvllv "Yes, cousin Pelt, there Is no tire taikiu' 1 ve m i n more bad lurk tlinll any man Iivln and it does serin some times a if tho l.or.l or llio Old Hoy I dunno which- ti.it a pertickler spite ai'iti mo, Hiul took delight In pllln' i a tho whacks! Who would ever have r-iwed a hit;, noble lookin' woman l:ko Il'lindy would have dropped tiJt riil t in tho lira 1 of winter when my riiMima'lz and I'lmbaco. and ashmy nnd brow nl.i ct- rs, always rniie. the wiim kind? O, dear! what tdall 1 'I""" an. I K'.M'tir'rr Port, a little it m-1 man, with paio writry Wi , anl ratl r'.ii4 w -jm of yellow liui r. l .i i-t oil his iior in tho depths of a Kiti-il.niti l:nnd'..civhtcf u yn-d Mi'iaro, nn.l i-ro.iiicd dismally. "lo." ifs;i,n. ,d eouin 1 !. "Why. fl"ink and put tho Lost loot for ward. A wldderer of your ni;c with nine children on hi bands has pot to hutio. Yon taut lay roiiti.l and oat an 1 sloop mill smoke old ooli pipes fame as you always hnvo i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 20 February 1903

Ha WASHINGTON. Heme had lt Caeaar, rent an4 krM. out mm was on nil wreath; lived the hertlee ronquaror. and led tha Irrant i death. Franc had lt e(le; but hi wing-, though loftjr tliay might KMir, War rprrad In falm mhltlt.n' flight. and dipped In murder' ote. These hero-ande. whcwe might? away would tain hava chained tha waves, Who flashed their blades with ttgr-eal, to make a world of slnves Who, though their kindred barred tha path mill nercelv waded on Ohl where shall be their "glory" by tha aiue 01 nimmiioni Ha fought, but not with the love of strife -he atrurk but to defend: And, ere he turned a peopla'a foe, he sought to be a friend, lie strove to keep his country's right, by reason's senile word. And sighed when fell Injustice threw the challenge sword to sword. Ha stood, the firm, the calm, the wise, the patriot, and naae: II showed no deep, avenging hate no burst of despot rage. Ho stood for liberty and truth, and dsuntlesalv led on. Till shouts of victory gave forth the n...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 20 February 1903

PL LEYS I 3 HIGH PATENT. ..FLOUR.. KELLEY'S BEST Beats all the Rest Manufactured by KELLEY MILLING CO., KANSAS CITY. I. S. A. A. W. l.l.OYH. lirsmt (tiineenor at Missouri. Sii'Jj Lucas Avenue. Are You a K. of P. If Not, Why Not? Do you know that the Knights of Pythias Is the strongest and most progressive order of the age? The four departments of the Order are as follows; Subordinate Lottie. In this the members are united to care for and protect each other in health as well as in sickness and distrest Uniform Rank. In this department our young men are receiving a military educa tion which they can get In no other way, thus making them better and more useful citizens. Ladies' Court. In this the wives, mothers, widows, daughters and sisters of Knights are united for the common purposes of life. Iindowmcnt. In this department we are paying out thousands of dollars annually to the widows and heirs of deceased Knights. IF THERE IS NO LODGE IN YOUR LOCALITY. CONFER WITH THE DEPUTY CHANCEL...

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. — 27 February 1903

It Pays to Advertise In the Rising Gon VOLUME VIII. NEGRO SUFFRAGE. A Letter from Hon. John 8. Witt Re plying to Virginia Judgt. An Indictment Against Virginia Methods and Unlawful Acta. New York, December 22, 1902. My Dear Judge: Thank you once again for that tweet kind letter bo grateful at this partlcu lar time when so many folks are ty ing mean things about me. They do not disturb me, because I know I am right and that they are wrong. When a man knows he Is right he Is serene and abuse does not ruffle him. The knowldege that they are violating plighted faith, and the doing mean. disreputable and dishonest things makes them irritable and abusive. In a sense their wrath amuses me. In another sense I am moved by pity for their narrow-mindedness and vlndlc- tiveness. They cannot turn back the hands of time or obliterate history I agree most heartily with all you say about the Importance of denying suffrage to ignorance, and limiting it to intelligence. Any fair limitation of the rig...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 27 February 1903

THE LAND OF MAKE-BELIEVE. tt l wrll t' wnnd.-r scnietlmes In the land of M.ike-Hrllcve. T-.'iis, l! .-r "irliinj! Kar.ton. whir the heart may crate to grieve. Whin- the VM .ire Kay w Ith iy- ar.l the path Hre paved with gold. Ail our hor-fs. like souring soncftrrs. th.lr mercurial wiiiita unfolJ. Let us nil be !:tt!r i-hlMren for awhile and make our way Through tl-.t- evert and situr.y mrn.l.'w lnd of Makc-Itrlievt to-day. Tbrr-' a Ji.-r n within an nrhor. where she rules In high renown. With M'.y for n s,- jtrr and a f"se wreath for a crown, Ar '. h.-r jrr low nn.l hoicht.r. for they ki-iw not sorrow there Vint Imio or fain or mor.y tutor in 1it kingdom fair. S.' . nr. t .---k the thtldr.n sine nn.l play the cm' they lny A; tw w.itu'i r ;u 1 1 -. - gcMcii bind of M.ik-I.illce t lny. The Work of the Puppy it I Mr. John Preston was In a discon tented ninl uncertain frame of mind. He told himself a dozen time over That he lia I been very taI treated; that life .w a blank. Mr. John Pre...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 27 February 1903

r ft ) Old Railway Time Table Queer Document Recently Discovered by Lackawanna Officials Speed Not a Requisite of Travel in the Year 1838. This month the Lackawanna rail road la entering the seventy-fifth year ot Its existence, (or In January, 1S28, the Ithaca and Owcgo railroad, cow a part of the Lackawanna system, re ceived Its charter, says the New Yom Times. The Lackawanna officials recently recently came across an old time table, which Is a queer-looking bit of printed paper with a picture of an old-fashioned locomotive with two freight cars. It was published In July, 1838, and announced a new arrange ment "while finishing the road," which proves that It took over ten years to complete the first twenty nine miles, the length of the complet ed Ithaca and Oswego road. The train was called a "transporta tion train" and left Ithaca dally at 4 p. m except Sundays. It stopped at "Howe's Turnout. Whltcomb and Wllbey's Mills to take and discharge loading and receive cars" that might be...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 27 February 1903

THE RISING SON. 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. Win. Fairfax. S.N-lcty Hcporetr. A. W. WalkiT, Agi nt. I4 Xlngton. Mo UftiicnilxT please l thi'tt'tl litis wo t'tilUvt hrro mi r'. That rimMr u to run from yvitr t. yt'itr." LOCALS. Join thi- Koiixi'vi'li clul' ut onro. Mrs. Alire Austin was taken Mid ill nl v ill lat Saturday. Miss Kmmu lini:s is very low nt 417 Wot I'.lh htl't'Ct. Mrs. A'lilison lias liccn quite ill but is hMi- tn lie nut nuuin. Wi- want tin' New. Semi ns your lmals. Mrs. Mullii' Willimiis lias two llttlo iliililnn ilnwn with l.a CJrlppr. I. It i s has rrtnrnril, niter an alisi'iiif of two weeks. Thi' Forum slnmM ho atti'tuli'il by very ran- Ni rn. What is ever linil) s husitn'ss Is no limly's husiiii'ss. Si o Freddie unit Joseph .lueksnn for fXtra mpios of tin- KisitiK Sou. You should Ihivo your fri...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 27 February 1903

THE R1S1M SON. HARRY R. GRAHAM, Editor. FRED A. TURNER, Associate Eld-, tor. LB WIS W00D8 Bminsss Manager. Published Every Week RISING SON PUBLISHING CO T 8 DESCRIPTION RATES: tM rear UM ma MiUM is tir nontae as Oa BoaU.. ' u rtctlr paid la advance ffftUrad at th Post Offiet at JTanai OUf, a 3eema uum Matter.. OorreepoDdeoU wanted la ererjr city n town in this Hate. Write ua. Ail news matter Intended for pub lication ahould reach our office not la tor than Tuesday, of each week and utt be signed by the writer not tor publication, but as guarantee of auth enticity. )FIOIt-No. 117 whi Slath at mbiii city, mo. .Aavartiains Rnts, ror oae lain, ooa laMrtlna t .H for ooa Inch, eaoh aubaequeat laaartloa. JW For two laches, three monUi .... I.UH For two laches, all moatb 1 00 Rr two laches, nlna months 100) rtwolactaea twelve months u.oj The Rising Son Is devoted to the best Interests of our rase, a (earless advocate of right and fair play. There are those In high places who read and receiv...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 27 February 1903

Frock of Dark Green Cloth. The skirt is llnlshp I with a flounce slashed open in frut t ami bonlcred with Mark braid, motifs of which ornaniriit the corners. Tlil la headed by a hatul of Wni-k velvet embroidered In colors, wlii.'h crosses In front. The Mouse has n Iiitl-c shniildar foliar ma le with plaits on the shout- fler, lior.Iirod with thn braid an trimmed In front with hniiila of the embroidered velvet, which also forma tln collar. I hese liamls arc finished with I'asscnu'tittjrlo v tnlants. The flowinK Pl"cvos, liordcrcd with the braid, nr mailc with plaits on the out side, which are confined by straps of tlui embroidered velvet. The draped Klrdle Is of plain Maik velvet. Wt Her Chic. Fashions in Millinery. I.aco plays a very Important prt 1-onk scarfs of lace ami chiffon mlnnle together, and both are frequently worked with chenille. Heaver hats nre 11 the rae, and Micro is a good deal of thn astrackhan trimming in various hues, as well as black. There aro sable toques and p...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 27 February 1903

4 .ti ''it IS t i ft 31 "V1 Hi I) General Samuel Thcmaa. Oen. Samuel Thorn a left a fortune of over $10,000,000 to be squabbled over. The good that mea do Uvea after them. Thomas was the hardest proposition after the almighty dollar that I ever knew. If he ever did any real good to his fellow mortals 1 should like to see the record of It He never put a dollar anywhere that he did not calculate on getting $100 profit on the Investment. Harold, cut off with $5,000 a year, will attempt to break the will. New York Press. ALTON RESUMES FAST 8T. LOUIS TRAIN 8ERVICE. Passengers destined to St Louis and points east should go via the Kan sas City gateway, thereby securing the advantage of the Chicago V Alton's fast night train, leaving Kansas City at p. m., arriving In St. Louis at 7:08 a. m. Chair cars free of extra charge. Compartment sleeping cars. The Al ton keeps their light a'shlning just ahead of the rest Write to L. D. Cooper, Traveling Passenger Agent Chicago ft Alton Railway, Kansa...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 27 February 1903

IKEILEY'S ..FLOUR." KELLEY'S BEST Beats all the Rest Manufactured by KELLEY MILLING CO., l.StS C:iV, U. S. A. Are You a K. of P. If Not, Why Not? Do you know that the Knights of Pythlaa It the strongest and most progressive order of the age? The four departments of the Order are at follows; Subordinate Lol$ A. W. I.t.OYO. drnnd Chancellor a Kiivnirl, Luua Armiuo. In this the members are united io care for and protect each other In health at well as In tiokness and distrait Uniform Hank. In this department our young men are receiving a military educa tion which they can get In no other way, thua making them better and more useful citizens. Ladies' Court. In this the wives, mothers, widow, daughters and sister of Knight are united for the common purpose of life. Endowment. In this department we are paying out thousands of dollar annually to the widows and heirs of deceased Knight. IF THERE IS NO LODGE IN YOUR LOCALITY, CONFER WITH THE DEPUTY CHANCELLOR OF YOUR DISTRICT, OR WRITE A. W....

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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