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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 11 December 1903

THE RISING SOIT. Mrs. E. M. Williams of 814 East 8th street was given a musical sur prise party Saturday night . Miss Fanny Reed was leading lady. , For special parties and night lunch es,' call up the ArnoKl Cafe, 1221 Bal timore. 'Phone 2874 Walnut. Euro pean and American. Mrs. M. Arnold, Proprietress. For Sale, an up-to-date restaurant Call and see Sam Chandler at 114 East 6th street. Wm. Fairfax, Society Reporetr. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo Remember please t's Ibe little blu we collect here an thtr That enable! us to run from year to year." LOCALS. The Dentlgt, Dr. Carrion of 910 East 12th street, we Invite your at tention to the fact that he is estab lished her and is competent as a workman, he is one of our race and must be encouraged along the prof- feslonal line. If you need anything In the teeth line stop In and see him. Wm. Crump on sick list. Elicl Harris is very sick. Mrs. Annie Ranzle of 638 1-2 Cot tage Lane is again very sick. Dr. Perry has spent the better pa...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 11 December 1903

DJEOdBDdDODS m m Our Days. n ' I It Up our yo:its ' 'li' ll.vlf llthl d.l!l. 'I'd-it viir ly hmir And il.iv hv il.iv ,l;t kmivi: "li a I f t T T :iy, t' m;i;!.t I'.' it Me iill iiK'litr To k "; quit'' Mt-'tiK Hhem-l .ili llu- .:!.! of life I'm l.ii.l a,!.-!, inn- r! Iili'i. and the fu- mi.', riff VI''i uril stn until, meet us face to f.i . At 1 i-. .,"t !a.v. . . 1 .1 iff. i ''.ir U" t w u!. I tp. nn.l so il i a little on UK r.rv d.iv, .r,,i i . v. . r 1 ..ii nil I tic way. W iil t.'i r .'itf t..-ar s, IT ,i:Iim:ivs I:.' so lliriiteiiltig nnd so f.1... .. Jt it .mm k" tf t'V r,,r putter Mr ,.nlv t.'ar Hie burden of the hour. What We Really Need. "Take th. u tliliiu Is, ami ro lliy way." Matt. xxi. II. There Is u largo iiiiiiiIkt of thing In the wiiil. I which ve can pot on very well without. There is also a larno liumlii r of things which we covet be cause we think them necessary to our )i.k;ipiiiess, hot which we really do nut B ad. Lastly, there are a few thins, but only a few, wh...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 11 December 1903

1 9 ) 'St Vs. . 1.. ..A -1 ." a. 1 . ffl f ,T' kkkkkkkkkkkkkklkkkkkkkkW Straighten Up Te main imierular surportt of body weaken and let to under Backache er Lumbaro. Ts restore, etrentltiea ani straighten up, ue St. Jacobs Oil Price SSe. and BOc. Pago Fonco is Tvico As Strong My Kama la. Address I Intend to bay rods of fence. Cut out and mail to PAGE WOVEN Looking for a Home? Then svhv not keen In vlow the 10 I nln fact that the farming lands of are iufficlent to tupport population of 50,000,000 or overr TBc imniigratiuil for tb put six jriMu b3 boon phenomenal. FREE Homittiid Lands aaally accasaible, while other landt may be par chaaed from Railway and Ijind Companiea. The grain and grating landa of Western Canada are the beat on the continent, producing the best grain, and cattle (fed on grasa alone) ready for market. Market. Hchoole, Rallwaya and all other eondltlona make Weatrrn Canada) an anil able apot for tha aettler. Write to the Superintendent Immigration, Otta wa, for a de...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 11 December 1903

STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS ....IS TH... CtrruRY Dining Room 1923 Market Stmt, ST. LOUIS, MO. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. Ovittri in any Style. Services strloU iratelase. Ladle and (loU dint op telr. Z. T. JORDAN. Maeer THE GREAT SOUHERN HAIR POMADE. THE GREAT HAIR GROWER AND STRAIGHTESER. I wonderful! I DISCOVERY ;: Curly Hair Made Straight By ; 2 & PRICE 25c. GOOD AGENTS WANTED. Kill out thia blank and send it with tl.'io and you will receive by express (2.00 worth of 1 1 1 f l'ouiude and Iterms to agents. f. J. NOTT. PARIS, MO. Enclosed please 1 1'. C. Money Order ior $1.00, for which send me as mt your offer. 9i.H0 worth of the Ureal. Southern lla.r Pomade and terms to ap'uU. Nam? Street Town or City .( County State Kx press Ofiice t'ate of tliis order SKNI) Al.l. ollDKIiS TO F. J. NOTT, Box 81. Paris, Mo. FAST MAIL SERVICE A GOOD THING . . - j . ji T L TAKRN rnon Lin: UtroHK AMI Amn TREATMENT. ORIGINAL OZONIZED OX MARROW (rfiprtitfhUH,-) Thi witmfrful hair tmiil 1 hr nnlr af - itvt'mtMm I...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 18 December 1903

If Pays to Advertise In the Rising Gon VOLUME VIII. The mm LEXINGTON NEWS. Horn To the wife of Mr. Leo Wright, a girl, November 25. Horn To the wife of Mr. John Douglass, a girl, November 27. Mrs. Maria Saunders is quite 111. Her son, Rev. George Saunders, and mother were called home to see her. Mr. Kllis Williams Is some better. Mr. F. E. Hayden and Mrs. E. Ray were called to Wellington Wednesday to see Mrs. Laura Walton, who was quite 111. She Is a Daughter of tho Tabernacle. The IT. H. F.s and the S. M. T.s will have their annual celebration on tho 20th. Tickets will be sold at 13 cents. We ask everybody to buy a ticket. Also Deborah Tabernacle will have an entertainment on the 29th. Admission JO cents. Mr. Harrison Currey, Mrs. Hannah White. Mrs. Emma Smith, Mr. Jerry McCill and Mr. Monero Worcuff paid ip their subscription for The Rising Son. Wo hope others will do tho Mime. We ask every one to pay up by tho first of January. Mrs. Hattlo Jackson subscribed for The Rising Son. R...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 18 December 1903

Brightest and Best of the Son of the Morning. I l islito.t nnd beet of tlio n of the nixrnliiK, t'.n mi iiir d.irkni and lend ui thine til. I. Ri.ir of tliH K.mt. the h.rlon nilornliig, 'iiii'l'' uliue tuir Inf. ml ltcilrvnivr It l.n.I. CM "n hi. cradle the drw -ilri'pi are shitiliiw. !. 'n l;ls hra.l with the lia.t of the ft. ill ; Avin lK a.l"rt lum In nhmihrr reclining, .Maker and M. naicli ai d Savior of all. Sviy, li.ill wo Uld lilm. In costly dovo t' 'ii. i"M..: ,,f Mam. and I'fTTltie. divine, C'tn of the ii i - u ii i . i it . and I'eailf of the ' .1 Tl Myrih -in tic fnnt. ntid gold from t ! mine ' I r: 1 v rv ofT- r r.irh nmpln Mutton, Y.i.: !v nh f:ift wniid Ins favor IP- uf ; li . l.er .y f ir N tin- heart'!" adoration, l'l.inr to i l ure tlm pruyus of the I ..or - r.i.-iiop ii.-ii.t. Kvoryhody said Michael Klanasnn uM "pet broken" If lir wasn't mure M'vrro en lils leat. Crlmo was rani 1'iiiit everywhere In the city, and thero uns a liitid outcry nualnst the police fur tin...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 18 December 1903

I w w . m- m m m m - m m - - If If - W" W " H" - - - l w Sirius, the Star of Bethlehem I BJEQJdiiOdDQDS Theory of Profs. Forbes and Servis Refuted Kepler's Hypothesis Untenable Star in the East Must Have Been a Magian Star Were the Magi, or Wise Men, Keltic Druids? .V S The. Star of Bethlehem Is a theme of wondrous power. It hat fascinated ages of the East and philosophers of the West. It has been discussed these nineteen hundred years by men of varying minds with a freshness that never falls. It excites a glow of fer vid love In the breast of the saint It kindles the dying embers of hope In the soul of the sinner. It Is the ray F, of Heaven's own light to the afflicted. I'ji It beckons the prodigal back to the ', Father's home. It gives strength to ''V the living. It brings peace to the dy Vf In , ' j But though a mystery of awe to '.. J angels, It Is a 8ymbol of Love Divine ;,'; to men. As such It cannot fall to pro ; lfoundly Interest every Intelligent In- wqulrer after truth. Th...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 18 December 1903

THE RISING SON. LEWIS W0OD8 BnnneM Malaga?. Published Eerr Week RISING SON PUBLISHINCCO rbUBSCKHTlON RATES: a. Tar.. I.l moatha f !! munLfk. , .7( 6b monia If iirlctlr paid In ad.anca BnUrd at th I'ott Office at Kan$iu OUf, a Stcoi.d i'UiM Matter. Correspondent wanted In twtf city ana Iowd id thin state. Writ us. All news matter Intended for pub lication should reach our office not la ter than Tutelar, of each week and mutt be signed by the writer not for publication, but a guarantee of auth ntlrlty. WFICIi-No. I I 7 West SUth St., . Onill City. Mo. a ami 1 1 I IB9S9B9BS Advcrtialiis Hit tag, Par oaa lanh, ooa IntartlnD 1 .88 or on Inch, raoh aahsaguaal Insertion. X For iwo laraot, inrr no qui log for two lach., all monUi ng Tot two Inch, nln month loot two laeaa twelva niootbt .1100 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. ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 18 December 1903

. THE RISING SON. 4Sw Wm. Fairfax, A. W. Walker, j remember pi a nenaDiei ua to Society Reporetr. Agent, Lexington, Mo. eiwe we collect here an thsr e run from year to year." LOCALS. St f,' y ff, Next week is Christmas week, 'i i Read The Rising Son. , i." The Guild met with Mrs. Blake Jrown Thursday evening. Miss Daisy Day is contemplating a i Vi'VlBlt to St. Joseph Christmas. if" The Son wishes everyone a merry Christmas. The Oxford club have their full dress il h.ll tho 9Q(h ft Mrs. C. Cummlngs, who has been on . ae sick list, is aoie to be out again. ;'( i t ,;; J Mr. Ieon Jordon Is making some nprovements on his home on Vine ireet t) r 5'Tne collector of The Son will bo j - Around next week, Please be 'eady "Dr.Smlth the Druggist on 12th St. still busy, but desires to meet you (and shake hands before Xmas. . . if The foundation is being laid for Mrs. J Samuel Jordon, Sr.,s' new home on ; ''!Sn9 treet "r Frank Taylor, who went to ' .1-,'fiPhoenlx, Ariz., for his health, writes '...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 18 December 1903

LET Mi: WALK O Master, let me walk with The In lowlyrnth of service fro-: Tell me Thy secret, help me bear The strain of toll, the fret of car. Help m the alow of heart to move, ity some cleur, wlnnin word of love; Teach me the waywanl f-t to ntny. And fiilJe them In the homeward way. Teach me Thy patience: still with The Jn closer. dearer company. To work that keepa faltb sweet and HOUR. In trust that triumph! ever wrong. In hope thnt sends a shining ray 1'ar down the future's bruailvnlna" way, In ncice that only Thou count give, With Thee, U Master, let tun live. o 1 Joan climbed wearily up the stairs to her third story room. She seldom felt tired, but to night the whole world looktxl criss-cross. She was a stranger In the city and among people who gave her no thought. She had been that many a time ia many a place, yet never bo fore In her twenty-six years had the thought so oppressed her. She had hailed with delight the chance of work here for a few weeks, as giving her the opixr...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 18 December 1903

6 7 1 'IN raw Loaded Clack shoot stronger than any other black powder shells on the market, because they are loaded more carefully and made more scientifically. Try them. They are THE liUNTED'S FAVORITE MIDI Ir'd a NO MONEY we Beau rlCK empaia w F'l ffimi v. rmi ruipi mwm nmn inn lectja; alee m safe Hies, treaflsa Mssatst ef Wastes, f tee taeeus.ls carse By ear alls eMieea, eeae MM CM m ceree we feratsk IMr aaam M aaeMcatlea. DM. THORNTON MINOR, lojn Oak It. KihmHi. M. (BOLD CURE Do you know that a cold cannot exist If the bowels re thoroughly cleansed and active? Dr. CaldtfoH's (UUUTIVt) Syrup Popsin Is the best medlolne for a oold. It will cure the young st ohlld or oldest suf ferer. Try It. 50o and 01-00 at your druggists. PEPSIN SYRUP CO., Mantlcsllo, IIU WE DEMAND YOUR ATTENTION V anyone offered you good dollar for an Imperfect on would you take it? K anyone offered yoa one good dollar for 75 cents of bad money would you lake it? iWe offer you lb ounces of the 'very best starch...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 18 December 1903

STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS 19 TBS see rmTunY nning Room 1923 Market Street, ST. LOUIS, Ma MEALS AT ALL HOURS. Oysters in toy SlU. Services striotty irtt-claue. Lad lea tod 6eat dine QS Ulra. Z, T. JOBOAN, UMiftf THE GREAT SOUHERN HAIR POMADE. THE GREAT HAIR GROWER AND STRAIGHTENED WONDERFUL DISCOVERY S Curly Hair Made Straight By PRICE 25c. GOOD AGENTS WANTED. Fill out tiii blank and Rend It with 1.00 and you will receive by express (1.00 worth of the Pomade and Iternia to agents. i J. NOTT, PARIS. MO. Enclosed plen.se P. O. Money Order ior 11. 00, for which send me as per your offer, 18.00 worth of the (treat Southern Hair Pomade and terms to agents. Name Street Town or City County Mat" Kxpress Ofllce I 'ate of this order SKNI) AU, Kl)KRTO F. J. NOTT. Box 81. Paris, Mo, FAST MAIL SERVICE A GOOD THING PUSH IT ALONG " The Train Service of the Missouri Paciiic Tim four flyors that leave Kansas City Union ili'jHit dally for St Louis and nH tx'lnts li'int note the '.rirvlng time: 9:r0 a. m., ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 1 January 1904

"7! f If Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME VIII. CL. '" if Ti "Erl vvv i e -s- mA-' pri lie i i r JL AV - ls . . M 1 Q!lllll!IIIIIIi1lll!ll!!!lli!fll!ll!l!!ll Good Old Tsi An. Protests against Hmpress An's course may be withdrawn, now tbat It haa been discovered that she Is beheading Journalists instead of 11 tors. Bank Notes as Fuel. The novel spectacle of a steamer be ing stoked with bank notes was once witnessed at a Mediteranean port. Forty-five Harks of the apparently val uable paper were tossed into the fur nace of the vessel's boiler. The notes were canceled documents of the Bunk Algiers. Charge for Table Napkin. On the continent of Kurope the ta ble napkin is charged to you, put down in cold pencil on the check brought by the waiter iwo cents la our money, whatever It may happen to be In centimes or pfennigs. Regulation for Track Walkers. Track walkers for certain Massa chusetts railroads are now required to wind a registering cIock at certain points every hour and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 1 January 1904

ACT IS iNOT I'OPULAlt PLLUCTANT REPUBLICAN SUP PORT OF THE CUBAN BILL. President McKinley Quoted by Con gressman Hepburn to Prove That the Only Sound Reciprocity ll That Which Exclude Competitive Prod uct. The number imil the tmnics of the Tit publican r. irvscntalivi' who voted ri'liii-tantly and iiiuI.t protest for thu Cuban n ciprociix lull will never be Known. It is. however, perfectly well Kiichii that it large number, probably i Majority. voted for the hill under jiri'ssure nf one sort or another and ntnitiKt their better J u! k tn - tit . Mr. lN'I'l'nin or Iowa. like the most of hi a--niei;ites. lacked the courage ti vote ikm onlini: to his convictions ami nuaiiist the hill. I, ut he liail the cotir un to say that he voteil for It under roiiMraint ami unwillingly. In his speech, of X.netiil.i-r 1: Mr. Hepburn o:f, that I,,, ttlls yielding to CO- leioti In n (;,. sai : "Mr. Chairman, 1 have Intimated that I Int, t., to vote f..r this hill, ami vet I eot:l s I iId it with reluc...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 1 January 1904

MLJMIS HLOOdDQDS WOMANS OF MEM ffWWWW' " I "lM 111 '.' ''WNiXwi'ri M iaaesatai iif Labor. What profit hath he that workth In that wherein he luborcth?" Eccleslastes 111., 9. Where the aulten desert slept There came a king to rule: Where the sluggish river crept Through shallow anil through pool. Came a spirit swift ami strong The alienees to break With ceaseless, humming song; "O, ye who sleep, awake!" Night was day and endless dawa All at this king's command; 8tlll his work swept on and on And Into every land; Deserts blossomed as the. rose And wonderous cities grew. But this king unresting goes In search of deeds to do. Bare of arm and brown of hand And clear and keen of eye. Knowing that beneath the sand Uncounted countries He; Knowing that the drowsing plain He may awake at length To the life of golden grain. He chants his song of strength. , At the thrilling of his call The forest and the tlolil. City street and city wull A chiming echo yield. Of It all. what la his KnlnT What ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 1 January 1904

THK KlSIMi SON LEWIS WQQD3 Business Manager. Published tcry Week RISING oONJKUBLISHINC CO WSUHSCIUITIDN KATES: Tear HI) n.oailm ;g f 'ir uinnthi M 0n muntn U tvlctlr Pll In ndrnno Bnhud at the l'ri Ojffict at Kanttu Vitf, a Second Ohm MatUr. Correspondent wanted In eTsrjr cltj tod town id tliix malt!. Write ua. All new matter intended for pub lication fthnulrt reueh tiur oftlee nut la ler than Ttk ay, of i-ach week and mutt be Miiined by the writer not for publication, but a. guarantee of auth titictty, JFFICCi-No. I I 7 West Slith St., Kansas City. Mo. Advertising Rnt, Pot on Itch, one loiartloo f H ur on Inch, rii'h sulrijuat loiertloo. .M rr two tarac, ihr raonita luo MIo tactie. ili tuiiath too fuMwolnt-h,, nine month lono ortwoloi-biM twelva month. it CD OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE REST. The paid circulation of The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. Kansas City, Mo., March 3...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 1 January 1904

THE RISING SON. Win. Fairfax, Society Reporetr. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo Remember pleane ire little bit we collect here a n there That enublea ut to run from year to year." LOCALS. Jim Brice Is very sick. Phil Scrob'glns la very sick. Mr. Joseph Brlce Is seriously ill. Miss Cyrine McDowell of Hanntbal, Is spending the holidays with Corlno White and Sallle Bowman, 1322 East 14th street. Mrs. W. Frederick Fairfax was called to Ft Madison, Iowa, last Tuesday to the bed side of her father, who is very dangerously 111. When you need anything in our lino step In at C. A. Evans, the imrlwr. He wishes you all a Happy Now Year. 10 7East 14th. We Invite you to come to our res taurant, at 104 E. 14th as it la thj only one In this part of the city. Ed lewis, Proprietor. Mr. Campbell the Druggist, on 2304 Vine Is well pleased with the outlook of his business so far, it should be cncouragelng to us as well as It is to him. Don't fall good people to encourage the colored man who has vent...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 1 January 1904

TRAIN WRECK ON BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD THE WORST IN MANY YEARS It was the nlsht before New Year's. Tne air was clear ntnl frosty, and the moon ami stars were shining down on the sparkling snow tliat covered the prairie, like the cloth on a round din Inn table. Toward midnight. If you had peeped from one of the windows 01 Mr. Hlain's farm house, you would have seen what would have appeared to have been a shadow, coming up the road toward the house. As It catue nearer you would have seen that It was a little animal about the size of a lamb, with great Ions eurs and a hob tad, and so white that at a little dis tance you could not toll it from tho now, But nobody saw tho shadow, for everyone lu the house wan asleep, ex- "Away He Scampered, Down the Road eopt the baby, who was lying wldo awake in her little cot nt the foot of mother's bed. .Iu.it ns tho clock was mrlklng midnight, there came n gen llo tap at the door. Baby heard It, but no one clue did. and she climbed out of her cot...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 1 January 1904

Miss Alice Bailey, o! Atlanta, Ga., escaped tbe sur geon's knife, by using Lydia E. Pinkham'g Vegetable Compound. "Drab Mrs. 11MRHAMS I wish to express my gratitude for the restored health ami happiness Iiydla E. Pink ham's Vegetable. Compound baa brought Into my life. " I had Buffered for three years with terrlblo pains nt the time of menstrua tion, and did not know what the trouble was until the doctor pronounced it in flammation of tlio ovaries, and proposed an operation. " I felt no weak and sick that I felt ure that I could not survive the ordeal, and so I told him that I would not un dergo it. The following week I read an advertisement in the. paper of your Vegetable Compound in such an emer gency, and bo I decided to try it. Great was my joy to find that I actually im proved after taking two bottles, bo I kept taking it for ten weeks, and at the end of that time I was cured. I had gained eighteen pounds and waa in excellent health, and am now. " You surely deserve great succe...

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. — 1 January 1904

STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS ....18 TUB.... C!NTURrDjnjngRoom t923 Market Strtu ST. LOUIS, MO. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. Oysters in any Style. Services atrlctlf Irst-clasa. Ladle 1 and Genu dine up lalra. Z. T. JOHUAN. Mae. THE GREAT SOUHERN HAIR POMADE. S. lTTAtT1ntT-iit DISCOVERY i Curly Hair Made Straight By 1 I To ?e COLORED PEOPLE OF AMERICA. xunit of all Hair Tonics, THE GREAT HAIR GROWER AND STRAIGIITENER. FROM uri: ntroHi and ArriK thkatment. ORIGINAL OZONIZED OX MARROW npyrtithfil.) ThU wrMTfil hfttr r-imurt In the only af J! lr inrRtiii in th ..riil i tiiii.tr kinky nr - i.rvtMiit me im r rMm (all- PRICE 25c. GOOD AGENTS WANTED. Till out thin blank and he ml it with f l.'io nnil jou will receive by express I!. Oil worth of the l'miiade and iteiuia to amenta. K .1. NoTT. IKI Mo. Kfiidnsi-d pli iisc 1. (). Money Order for S 1. 1 id, fur w h tell send mens wr your '(Tit. S'.'.i.O worth of the (.rent Southern Hair l'uniiide and terms to agents. Name Street Town or City County State Kx press...

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