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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 13 November 1903

liPaysto Advertise In the Rising Gon VOLUME VIII. DEDICATION. The dedication of the Vine Street Baptist Sunday School Hall, of Kansas City, Mo., will take place Sunday, No vember 16th. The dedication sermon will be preached at 11 a. m. by Rev. E. A. Wilson of Kansas City, Kansaa. Dedi cation prayer by Rev. Jackson, of Kan sas City, Kas. At 3 p. m. Rev. E. M. Wilson and Dr. Mitchell of Kansas City, Kas., will lec ture on the work of the Sunday School. Rev. McXeal'a Choir, of Pleasant Green, will furnish music for the occas ion. Dr. S. W. Bacote, A. D. Jamison and McNesrl will take up the collection. The History of the Sunday School Work will be read by the secretary. All pastors and churches of the city are cordially invited to attend and take part in the ceremonies. Aspeclal invocation will be offered for the Sons .and Daughters of Jerusa lem, who laid the corner stone. Rev. T. H. Ewlng, Pastor. H. J. Springer, Secretary. OBITUARY. Charles Whiting, a well known sport ing man died Th...

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. — 13 November 1903

m g2 DJEOdBDdDDDS Span of One Day. Jn tt- i!-tulir nf tti : !1v. Kmttrl - 1 11. t. U-.l 1 1 1 1 1 hi-KIM-.mpil Mrt'.itn nfi.l ilioi-l" willow Willi tin- lr-"Z ami n.mIUm' I'.lrl. In t ' 'slur.' on tli' IiiIImIiI' ilr.i Hi.- -..'1111111. im't k -t-yi'.l klfft, Vlnli- tlio tn.'M ..f tin- haylii-U MiUKii null the i,l,u i'ii.i pint-. M'reV Willi tbo lnp trro'x bnls-im W.ivini: cr.nti tiihl --M.tf of Mrd V In:.' Hi. h. ivi'ii" nvi'Kir. Iiin. l.ik- -:.lliu-. fcl.nit winilowa softly l'!'in .I. t;i"ti!y i lif ,kwr iwitt m.iriiilmr, tin iKitnir . (Hiliulil livnin, A :il'.." Ihr (ii'.-i.'cl ill .ilii' Iahhii itii' iiu'iii.t.iii.s n.ikI anil rtm. Sli"l" I n c f 1 m ll.'lii. war.l fa. 1 ...u 1 III.' Htl!.' n--i1.iv l "lylne i- Hi.- r.'Vlim kin.- tr .illlli t l.al.l.l' till- rl'lll iiti tin' Mho; 1'..i.t L.-A.-r ill. .in. lh. sha.l.iwp I't un uiiti iir; i i. .in tiir .lay i torn; J'ark!u-- ih.ii.N i!i- Li-aiiir.'!! fcllcy. 1 .i y i ili a. I Uh tut: lit In 1'i.in. S-" tho cl'i. in of mount 1 rive...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 13 November 1903

I Vogue of Cameo. Fashion's wheel has turned again ind It Is the hour to unearth your cameos If you have any. The old time cameos were made up chiefly in brooches, but those of to-day appear In many other forms The largest are for belt clasps, and thore are stickpins of cameos, cut buttons In the pre t: lent shapes, cuff links and flexible brace lets, which are charming. It Is tne earring, not the color, which counts In the cameo. Great big cameos for belt clasps and buckles have an orna mental setting of silver or sliver gilt The sliver Is effective with the ca meos. . Smaller cameos are used In pairs for belt clasps. Small oval ca meos are made Into tuff buttons or studs, and others foim ruff links made after the style of other modern cuff links. It In with a heavy brush or brick, nib bing the floor across the grain first and with the grain afterward. The wax must be applied In a very thin coat and thoroughly rubbed Into the floor. After the floor has been filled and dried two coa...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 13 November 1903

THE RISING SON. lewis woods Busmrw Manager. Published Every Week RISINOoON PUBLISHINCCO I'll&CK 1 PTK )N HATES: One Tear a.oathn r-ir uiiintn One month Hvictlf pitltl In advance M u E nttrtd ul tic '...r Ojlift at Kaniat Ctj, at Stevud (ii.. Maltrr. Correspondents wanted In every city and town iu this state. Write us. All new matter intended for pub lication hou!d reach our ofllee not la ter than Tuesday, of each week and mutt be signed by tho writer not for publication, but a guarantee of auth enticity. ?FFICEi-No. 117 West Sixth St., Kansas City, Me. AU vertialnw RnUi, for one t-h, one tnaertlnn BO por on i" Inch, inch u.pqiiot tnaertlon. Tt two lerlra, three lanulh I no For two lai-lie, eli month ft (XI Fur two Iru'lie., nine montha lom Fo two lncuta tweiv month a lnjn CLDEST 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 C...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 13 November 1903

THE RISING SON. Wm. Fairfax, Society Rcporetr. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo Remember please I'r tlie Utile bits we collect here an thir e Tbnt enublot us to run from year to year." LOCALS. Read the Son. The Son contains all tbo news. See RhodeB for Fine Invitations. Mrs. T. K. Bradley Is on the sick list. . latest styles In Ball Programs, see Rhodes. For fine Wedding Invitations It pays to see Rhodes. Mrs. JnmcB Hill has returned from a visit to Memphis. Miss Victoria Overall 1h much im proved in health. Mm Liza Yancy Is In the city visit Ing her brother and other relatives Miss Maud Thornton Is still out of school on account of Illness. Father ' Harper has been 111, but Is now convalescent. Dr. Shannon has been quite sick, but Is some better at this writing. The ThanlisKivIng rallies are on at all of- the churches. Mrs. Eva Swentman and mother and sister are at 1113 Compbell street. Mr. Charley Dorton fell Saturday night and broke his shoulder. The Silver Leaf Club held their...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 13 November 1903

BEFORE NIGHT. - IIH It la the hour when faint the long, gold Thotahour when all the apent world ki) to rest. The lw wind aleepa. the llllee Idly wy. And drops the bee Into tlm roue a breast. Now th Inst weary swallow whecle on hitch. A thish of allver on the rosy light; 80011 I he lirat star shall gleam In the (till sky. And earth be clasped by the cool armB of night. Now the round note of nestleaa birds are Fciu-p on the scented land and shim nuTlng sea: . . Now sorrow fade nn f.ides the annset rod. Ami with the lender night cornea peace n"'' ... ... l'leanor Norton. In Ilarper'e M.igatlne. HER SACRIFICE lly ri.CANOK I.K.K CoiyrigVnt. by Tft Authori frthtiihtnf Comptinf H3 He walked slowly nloni? tho dusty country mad on it lovely July even ing. His air wns dejected. Ills clothes worn and shabby A trump, one mlnht decide at first glance; fit a second, one rould soo Hint ho liail known hotter days. Not ago luit a sense of failure had bowed his for.n and drawn linos n brow and mouth....

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. — 13 November 1903

0 u Mrs. L. C. Glover, Vice Pres. Milwaukee, Wis., Business Woman's Association, is another one of the million women who have been restored Lydia E, Pinkham's " Dbab Mrs. Pinkram t X was married for MTeral years and no children biassed my home. The doctor said I had a complication of female troubles and I could not have any chlldten unless I could be cured. He tried to cure me, but after esperlmtntlng for MTeral months, my husband became dls rusted, and one night when we noticed a testimonial of a woman who had Men cured of similar trouble through the use of Lydia E. Plnkliam's Vegetable Compound he went out and bought a bottle for me. I need ' our mediate for three and one half months, improTing steadily in health, and In twenty-two months a child came. I cannot fully express the joy and thankfulness that ia In my heart. Our home is a different place now, as we bare something to Uts for, and all the credit ia due to Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Yours very sincerely, Man. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 13 November 1903

I aWTCfKKISiS Gents Furnishings Cheaper Now THAN THEY'LL BE FOR A LONG TIME TO COME! RELIABLE DENTISTRY No Delay-Satisfaction Guaraateed-Tedh Examined Free We are the meat reliable dentists in the city. We have the largest and oldest practice Id the city. Our success is due to the uniformly high (rrade work done by gentlemanly operators of middle ages; no youths We Guarantee to Please. Oar Reliability it Unquestioned. This firm la backed by a wealthy corporation, and Is therefore thor oughly responsible. All work la guaranteed for 15 years. If you havn't been to the Schull & JcIIey Bankrupt Sale, it's a Money-Saving move to , - COME TODAY 20c handkct chiefs for 9c $2 Suits Un derwear for a garment 48c $3.00 Um brellas for ... , $.39 $25 Suits J and Top Coats for 14 98 1 5-ccnt Collars for 9c 2 5-ccnt cuffs for 13c 50-ccnt Neckwear 25c 35c and 50c Sox for 17c Coats . . . jr 50c Suspend ers for 27c G6e J. EL White Co, Selling out the Schull and Jelley Stock at 9 32 Main Street. 3E...

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

I Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son for It Reathes More Homes of Colored Peop.e than any other Paper lnthe State. VOLUME VIII. KANSAS CITY MO.. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, llKW. NUMRKR 7 LEXINGTON NOTES. Thanksgiving dinner waa served at all three of the churches and every thing passed off quietly at the differ ent churches. Mr. Harper gave a scenery of living pictures at the Zlon A. M, K. Church. Mr. Caper Iewls was out of town Thursday. We understand that he Rot hurt while away, hut such things will happen to young men." We have had quite a number of deaths In our tow a for the lust few days. i Miss Bessie Anderson, while stand ing on a porch her and another cou ple, the porch fell and she 'a Injured o that It calmed her death. She never spoke from the time of her fall until she died. Mr. Wallace Swanry, after a long Ill ness of consumption died on the 20tli and was taken to Waverly for burial on the 27th. Mrs. Louisa- Parker who has been .sick since June, died on the 30th. She was a fa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 4 December 1903

77Z7 0Z (Special Correspondence.) When Sir Walter Scott came to Rome in the last year of his life, and had gone to St. Peter's that he might pee the tomb of the. last of the Smart, his greatest desire. It Is Paid, was to visit the castle of Hracclaiio. Much as Sir WaltiT Scott In 'held It seventy yiars ago did the castle of linu'cl'ino appear to the members of the !r!tish and American Archaeologi cal Society of Uome, w ho had (tone to explore its courts mid halls, at'd. If possible, to surprise its secrets. There Is hiith h mystery and romance about these rii-'liox ;il rustles that one ap proaches them with a certain timidity. The smell of Mood seems to hover around, and the memory of crime to haunt t'n m. The fortified stronghold looked, at frst sieht. half ns large as the town around its base, which seemed to be ovi rawed a well as protected by It. lis towers rise only slightly above Its walls, but they mn huge mid mas sive, and f'lL-ee.-t the strength of the place In early days. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 4 December 1903

8 riissouri Notes s-54-9 id sa M-aa-a-s-sajM Giving and Receiving. If deeds of love you would achieve, This one great truth, you must believe- By giving you can best receive. JVIth prophet poor your cruet divide; The little left Is multiplied. And waut la kept (ar from thy (Id. Ulve wnter with a liberal hand: And, though a famine cure the land. You never once athlrat shall stand. Scatter the seed across the field Kxpect that when the eeythe you wield Abundant Increase It will yield. Olve all you have In fnlth that more Will be supplied from Qod's own store; Blessing will fall beside thy door. The naked clothe, the hungry feed. What would supply n brother a need Lay not aside In selfish greed. Ood sees the gift before Him laid; The liberal anul shall fat be made. The deed of love full well repaid. Advance. Qctie"FlOUR Who or What Is Your Master? "No man cnn serve two masters." St. Matt., VI., 24. It la always Impressive and helpful to have a statement Intended as a rule of life utter...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 4 December 1903

THE RISING SON. LEWIS WOODS ..BunnuM Maaagor. Published Every Week RISING SON HUBLISHINGCO irnUBsClUITlON HATES: Ob Tear 7Z!7ZZ. B M I I o.oaihK 'S fir mouth. 49 On nun lb U itrlrtlf Pll In advance BnUrtd at the J'n.it Otfirt at Kantan City, u Sfcvud Clnrs Matter. Correspondents wanted 1n every city and town in till state. Write us. All news matter intended for pub lication should reach our ofiice not la lr tb;tu Tiutfda), of each week and must be signed by the writer not for publication, but as guarantee of autb ntieitv. .FFICEi-No. 117 Weat Sixth St!, Kanaaa City. Mo. f of on. lanh. cm. Insertion U fur one Inch, . h .uliaeguent In.ertlcn. At For two tarke, ihrv month I. no FoMwo laciif , i month nuu Fnrtwulni'li, nine month. tool) rof two Incho. twelve niuntlm 11 uo CLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THLT Rt'ST. 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 City. ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 4 December 1903

THE RISIHG SON. Wm, Fairfax, Society Reporetr. A. w. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo, Ketuemtei pleie l 'pit little blu we collect her n n That enable u to run from year to year." LOCALS. Read the Son. Wedding bells will ring during the holidays. Mrs. John Day, who has been quite ill. Is convalescent. See Rhodes for your Christmas printing. Thone 1308 Main. Mrs. Leon Jordon has gone to To peka to upend a couple of months. Several swell parties are talked of for the holidays. The Second Uaptlut church has a rally Sunday. Read the Son and keep up with the times. For concert snid entertainment pro grams, tickets, etc., call on Rhodes, 11 West Ninth street. Samples of fine wedding stationery the latest, nt Rhodes. No. 11 West Ninth street. . The Silver Leaf Club gave its regu lar monthl ydance last night at the Vondome. The Indies Art Club met with Mrs. Jones, 2418 Montgall avenue, Wednes day afternoon. The Ladles Whist Club will he en tertained Saturday afternoon by Mrs. Sandy Edwards, 20...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 4 December 1903

i i ;. n ? l up i'T iliinn will. out nltr-vInK 1 tie trn.it; 'ill'' nt.irs i" ir nil nllKl.t. Tli minn win owrh"'!ii!: I lmnic.1 l rr nntrn uf iikM, An.l l;p my !inii"ti""n I.O, F vonilrou f.iir wn ht I .iki"l 1it to t'C mini'. A lu- irlnmTtl up ftt rm 1 thrllu-tl with km illvln. TVMi Hie mrnlow bar. A Mie m.HKl lliiKi-nnff thera, ll.T pyrs wi-re llko Ihp nlnrt, Iti t.iillMiHi1 wonilrnim fair. 'Ymi i nil the wmM M nn" Stii mm muii",! unvot uuj uhf A thrill nf Pui:iv l ri:t ut hiT rui'.y. I.ove toil (is nil the wny. As e turned lnm." uxnln; Our hearts were Ittfht ntnl gut, Th" worlil w.i lillMt ill thru. Though Klmili rr the iky. No gloom niir hentt could kuow Tr'ii" lillKn Is ("ivr tilsh lieu lieaita r bXutcit no Denver Tlrats. -DADDY DIMMIE" S l l AllltlK. ( IIKIST1AN Kl NKM.V Tl.o am!-.;;.it'.'"i" i;.a-!iril up to tlio ! i! h i- oT St. .Mi. ! .. iiTi.l Ir. lVy ton i r.iT. ii'i:. 1 1 u i r U-.i : y In- sum- j n:onr.l tho ilr.vrr ami i i l r to lu"ip l:.i:i carry n slntrhir tip the ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 4 December 1903

GRATEFUL, HAPPY WOMENI WMtkiaM Armltftfl. Female Weakness is Pelvic Catarrh. Always Half Sick are the Women Who Have Pelvic Catarrh. Catarrh of any organ, if allowed to pro gross, will affect the whole body. Catarrh without nervousness is very rare, but pelvic catarrh and net vousness go hand in hand. What is so distressing a sight as a poor hall-sick, nervous woman, suffering from the many almost unbearable symptoms of pelvic catarrh t She does not consider her self ill enough to go to bed, but she is far Irom beinc able to do her work without the Every I housewife 'stoats, ver finely starched )lnen and; white goods; Conceit Is justifiable; after using Defiance Starch. It gives a' stiff, glossy white' mess to the clothes' and does not rot them. It Is abso-t lutely pure. It Is' the rr.ost economical; because It goes farthest, does more, and costs less than others. To be had of all grocers at id oz. for toe HDAMA JJiVNl'IV- SELTZER CURES ALt, Headaches 10 CENTS EVUIYWHE&S IWMMMml...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 4 December 1903

r Gents' Furnishings Cheaper Now THAN THEY'LL BE FOR A LONG TIME TO COME! If you havn't been to the SchuII & Jelley Bankrupt Sale, it's a Money-Saving move to COME TOD A V RELIABLE DENTISTRY No Delay-Satisfaction Guaranteed-Teeth Examined Free .We are the most reliable dentists In the city. We have the largest and oldest practice in the city. Our aucceM la due to the uniformly high grade work done by gentlemanly operators of middle ages; no youths We Guarantee to Please. . V Our Reliability is Unquestioned. This firm is backed by a wealthy corporation, and Is therefore thor oughly responsible. Alt wtrk la guaranteed for 13 years. 20c handker chiefs for 9c $25 Suits $ and Top Coats for 14 .98 $2 Suits Un derwear for a garment 48c 50-ccnt Neckwear 25c $3.00 Um brellas for . . . , $.39 35c and 50c Sox for 17c Coats . . . jr 50c Suspend ers for 27c I5-ccnt Collars for 9c 25-ccnt cuffs for 13c 5Ae J. Mo White Co, elli r gom the Schull and Jelley Stock at 932 Main Street. Bread. Even ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 11 December 1903

1 , -1 V . ft It Pays to Advertise In the Rising Gon VOLUME VIII. When you go to St. Louis, the World's Fair city, stop and nee Z. T. Jar don, 1j2o Market street. LEXINGTON NOTES. Mrs. Anna Williams of Ktfhsas City spent Monday hero visiting her brother, Mr. Peter Lindsay and other relatives. Mr. Joseph Bowler of Kansas City was here Sunday visiting his mother, Mrs. A. Lindsay. The W. n. F.'s and S. M. F.'s will celebrate the 2fith of December at the Excelsior Hand Hall. The lodge will parade at 3 o'clock, headed by the Excelsior Band; at night the S. M. F.'s and the U. B. F.'s will appear in their full regalia. Come out and enjoy yourself. Mrs. Franklin of Moberly, Mo., is here visiting her daughter, Mrs. Sewell. Mr. Al Williams and Mr. John Booker In the Myers Building. Remember the Yukon Restaurant on 10th street; meals 15 and 25 cts. Also a fine line of cigars and tobacco. We invite you here and insure you itlnd treatment up-to-date restaurant ice cream on Sunday. Mrs. Sarah Hun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 11 December 1903

President Roosevelt's Message to Second Session of DOCUMENT FROM CHIEF EXECUTIVE READ TO STATESMEN Much Important Legislation Recommended to the Attention of the Lawmakers Policy of the Government as to Capital and Labor Need of Our Merchant Marine Alaskan Boundary Question The Venezuelan Dispute Development of Alaska Causes Which Led to Establishment of New Republic of Panama Reasons for Recognition by the United States. Iniquities in Public Lands and Postal Frauds, and Their Dire Effects, Pointed Out Immediate Need for Treaties Making Bribery Extradit ableOur Relations with Turkey The Consular Service Question of Immigration Preservation of Forests Safety Appliances Law Extension of Civil Service Rules The Army International Arbitration. rrcsMont Roosevelt's annual mos MKe was road to both housos of the Fifty-eighth Congress this afternoon. It Is as follows: To the Senate and House cf JiYprcscn (iW ill's: The country Is to le congratulated on the amount of substantial achievement ...

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

o are Norway and Sweden and Finland: and Alsska can prosper and play ta part in the N'aw World lust aa those nattona hare prospered and played their parta In the Old World. Proper land laws should be enacted; and the survey of the publlo landa Immediately begun. Coal land lawa ahould ba provided whereby the coal-land entryman may make hie location and aecure patent under meth- ode kindred to those now preacrlbad for tiomeatead and mineral entrymen. Sal mon hatcherlea, exclusively under Oor rnmeut control, ahould be eatabllahed. The cable ahould ba extended from Bltka westward. Wagon roada and tralla ahould be built, and the building of rail' roada promoted In all legitimate ways. Light-houses ahould be built along the con it Attention ahould be paid to the needs of the Alaaka Indiana; provision ahould ba made for an officer, with depu ties, to atudy their needa, relieve their Immediate wants, and help them adapt themaelvea to the new conditions. Tha commission appointed to Invsstl' ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 11 December 1903

THE RISING SON. LEWIS WOODS Btnineas Msaagg. Published Every Week HISINO SON PUBL1SHINGCO TbUIlSCHllTION RATES: On. fear ID 1.1 month 75 rir urnntns M On muBtb U ttletlr ptU In adtanrs Bnttrtd at Iic iVwf (jtic at JTarutM Cttf, a A'tcond VIum Matter. Correspondents wanted In evsry city tod town in thin mate. Write us. All uews matter Intended for pub lication ("hould reach our office nut la ter than Ttuwiay, of each week and id uit be signed by the writer not for publication, but as guarantee of auth snticlty. WFICKl-No. 117 WMI Blith St.. Kansas City, Mo. Advertising Rntct, ror tsnh, on Insertion $ For one men, urn unpequcot inseruo t'it two tarhra, thive mnntb , Pur to tarn., m month For two lorliix, nln month rot two IncbM twelve months M l.uo 1 m 10 at I H 00 We must save the dollars. Money takes all the color out of a man's skin and the klrjk out of his hair; makes rkh and curly. To do this it requires moral training. What we want to do Is to begin at the foot of the ladder and...

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