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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 8 January 1904

1 ' i as I r w (f "VS i Pay to AdvoriUo In the ttlelng Don i VOLUME YUI. B. T. WASHINGTON . Is making History for the Negro of this Country. SHE KNEW ye -5IN. Utile Girl t tUry rai.ViiiaA was tU ,. the regular weekly singing lesson The teacher had just finished telling the children they were all spending their flrst year In school about the beauties of knowing how to sing. The teacher's talk had been beautiful and she whs sure that It would bear fruit. "Now all of you who want to now how to sing will please raise your hands," said the teacher. There was a race to see whose hand should go up first. Then there was another race to see whose should be raised the highest. But the teacher saw two little girls sitting with their hands on their desks. "Why, I'm surprised, my little girl." aid the teacher, as she pointed to on of them. "Why don't you want to learn to sing?" "Cause I don't have to," answered the little girl. "I know how now." It was a bit too much for the teach er and all of ...

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. — 8 January 1904

WHY THEY FAVOR IT DEMOCRATIC FONDNE93 FOR COMPETITIVE RECIPROCITY. It I Regarded as an Important Step In the Direction of Free Trade, a Half Loaf That la Much Better Than No Bread. Democratic lenders In Ci tigress and elsewhere are sluing up of nights to advance tin1 cnuse of something of their own devising which they are 1N .'tk'l to call "reciprocity." They s;iy it is the reciprocity mentioned as an economic possibility by McKlnley iinil Ulaitii'. Iti the first place no re publican of weight ha ever suggested recipt-iiclty in any form that could i::tTierc. in the Filthiest degree, with the protection of American wages, which nte much the highest in the world, or with fostering the wise de vi I-j 'irt ii t of Industries on our own soil. No prominent republican has ever proposed reciprocity In any ex cept mm competitive products, and na.t spocif.t ally in retard to thoser None has ever touched on the subject save as a g t.' raliation worthy of thought, but secondary to republican pr...

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. — 8 January 1904

Hrf 1IAY.SPRITES. ' , Th2 efln If hot en ths hayfleld. It pour on each new-cut heap. The little weary halr-eprltea . Have crept underneath to sleep. Bow they wrestled and leaped this morn. In. Whilst the haymaker tossed the hay I ' And now In their prickly caves They have hidden themselves away. But soon when the elm tree shadows Orow longer over the grass. And the trees wake up and rustle And the winds of the evening pass, Then the sprites creep out of the darkr.esa And blink In sleepy surprise, And stretch their little thin bodies And rub their little black eyes. They rids on ths angry beetles. And chaae the bumble bees. Till the mists rise up In the valley And ths moon comes over ths trees. Folks say it's the wind And stirs the jut u s only tne little Come out In ths dunk A PAPER HERO By WALTKK O. PROCTOB. Copyrighted, MM, sy TK AutAtri FublliMng Company "Mornin', Mary; 'nother letter from Fred, I 'spose 't'as the South Africa stamp on't," said the postman, hand ing a letter to t...

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. — 8 January 1904

THK KISLN'U SON. LBwTB WOODS, Bnsuisss Mutfff, Published Every Week RISING SON PUBLISHINCCO rbUBsCRllTlON RATES: Ob feat a )! f Iraa Bntns. Cm oata.. .. MM . .71 . .at . 1 Strictly Bald In ad rase f (rd at tht Pott Offltt at Kantu OUf, m Stand (JUi$$ Matter. Correspondents wanted la every city ana town id this state. Writ us. 11 Dews matter Intended for pub lication should reach our office not la ter than Tutsday, of eaoh week and mutt be tinned by the writer not for publication, but a guarantee of auth enticity. WriOSr-Ho. 117 Weet Sixth St., Kaneae City, Mo. Advarttalna Ran... Par lh, on iBMrtlua .H or oo Inrb, raoh .abMqu.at InaarUos. JU Cor two tarfer. ihrea monih , I.UB For lo lBch, ill bobUi t oo KrtwolorhM, slna month loot rtwolacoaa tela BDOBluS. 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, 1...

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. — 8 January 1904

the Monro boh. Wm. Fairfax, Society Reporetr. ' A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. Remember please ft tse little blu we collect here a b here That enables ui to ran fron yea to year." LOCALS. Little Bandy Spurrier, Jr., Is quite 111 at the hospital. , , Mrs. D. N. Croethwalte has been Quite III but Is convalescent Mrs. Fannie Brlnkly Is again at pier post of duty at Phillips school. A. J. 8tarnes spent a day In the city last week en route to 8U Joe. Mrs. Wm. Rhodes, of Blue Springs, was In the city New Year's day. Miss Gertrude Myers spent a part of the holidays In Ottawa,, Kan., The Lincoln Institute pupils all re turned to Jefferson City Monday. " Rev. and Mrs. S. M. Bacote spent a few days In Topeka this week. Mrs. Mary Blankenshlp will return to-day from a trip through the South The Sliver Leaf Club dance was largely attended New Year's night at the Vendome. Mr. Joseph Brlce, who has been very 111, at this writing is reported a little better. Mamie Barker gave a dinner in hon o...

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. — 8 January 1904

NOTABLE EVENTS' OF THE TEAR - . - - - i The year 1903 will be known as the record year of prosperity In the L'nit nl Slates. Borne few crops liave not yielded so largely a they did In former years, hut the prices received were so much higher that the shortage was more than mailt tip for. Cotton reached the highest figure at which It has been sol J since the war. lleef and leather have been unpreee dentcdly high. Petroleum and its proJucld advanced in price 2i per cent. Iron and steel were sold at high price and the demand was so treat that orders could nut ho Piled within a reasonable lime, und seaport cities maio laro purchases abroad becauso deliveries were so inuih delayed. The production of precious metals will probably turn out to be nearly 7 por cent greater than List year. The rb'e crop of Texas, a new Indus try practically, was remarkably large and sold tor h.gii figure. Tremendous iliscoeries of petrole um on the Pacific coast enabled that part of the country to substitute ...

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. — 8 January 1904

GOVERNOR OF OREGON OEtLDdBDdDQDi Uses Pe-ru-na in His Family and Grip. For Colds pig Mrs. Fairbanks tells A ai warning symptoms will soon prostrate woman. She thinks Lydia K. Pinkham s Deab Mrs. Piktkham: Iffnorance and neglect are the cause of untold female sufferinfe. not only with tho laws of hcnlth but with the chance of a cure. I did not heed the warnings of headaches, organio cains, and general weariness, until I was well nigh prostrated. I knew I .bad to uo Bomctuing. Happily i am IMnkham's Vegetable Compound ana was rewarded in a lew weens to una tnat my acnes and pains ais anneared. and I atrain felt the glow of health throuch mv boar. Since I nave been well I have been more careful, I have also advised a number of my sick friends to take Lydia E. Plnkliam's Vegetable Com pound, and they have never had reason to bo Borry. Yours very truly, Mas. Mat Fairbanks, 210 South 7th St., Minneapolis, Minn." (Mrs. Fair. banks is one of the most successful women in the west.) ' When wo...

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. — 8 January 1904

STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS ....tS TIII.ix C"IY Dining Room 1923 Market Strvet, ST. LOUIS, Ma MEALS AT ALL HOURS. Oysters in any Style. Services strloti Iral-clase. Ladles and Genu dlM ay stairs. Z, T. JORDAN. ateeeger ,.IAAAAAatatAAAAAAAAAAfltA44t AA WONDERFUL! r W T T TlTTTTTTTTlltllftlll rTTTTTTTTTyi T TTTTT?TtTTTTTrTlli? W BE WOT EEE0VED ?W To the COLORED PEOPLE OF AMERICA. King of all Hak Tonics, DISCOVERY I Curly Hair Made Straight By i THE GREAT SOUHERN HAIR POMADE. THE GREAT HAIR GROWER AND STRAIGHTENER. PRICE 28o. GOOD AGENTS WANTED. Fill out this blank end send It with tl.00 and you will receive by express It. 00 worth of tbe roiuaJe and Iterate to agents. F. J. NOTT. PARIS. MO. Enclosed please P. O. Money Orde for f l.oo, for which send tnc as per you." effe r, $8.00 worth of the Great Southern Hair l'omade aud terms to agents. Name Street Town or City County State Express Office Tate of this order SEND ALL OKDERS TO F. J. NOTT, Box 81. Paris, Mo. FAST MAIL SERVICE A GOOD THING ...

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. — 15 January 1904

II Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME VIII. THE NEQRO DENIES THAT HE AS SAULTED MRS. ETTER OR HELEN BEAN. Although Positively Identified, He Say He Wat Not In the City the Day Mrs. Etter Was Attacked His Alibi to Be Investigated. The case of James Eckles, the ne gro who in under arrest charged with assaulting thro or four women in the northeast part of the city, is puzzling the police as well as the office of the prosecuting attorney. Mrs. D. C. Et ter, who says she was assaunted on the morning of December 12, on Glad stone avenue, near Thompson avenue, went to the prosecutor's office this morning, and in the presence of Geo. Whltsett and several polico officers positively identified Kckles as her as sailant. Mr. Whltsett called Mrs. Ettcr's at tention to the punishment that might follow conviction of the crime of which Eckels is charged, whlch ls death, and then asked her if she were still positive of Eckels's identity. She replied : ."I am positive; there can bo no mis tak...

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. — 15 January 1904

m DJEILDdnDdBODS Be True. Thou n.iift tlivstlf bo tnio. If thru the truth woutd'st teach; Thy soul must overflow, If thou another iiul would reach; It reed thf overflow of henrt To give the Mr full M'eoch. TMr.'s truly, and thy thotiRhts Shall a world's famine feed; !?; ik truly, and each word of thine Shall be a fruitful need: truly, and thy life elmll bo A crt.i: utid i.ohlo Creed. Moral ins Honar. The Law of Christ. TVir i. :n' mi'itlier t'tinlrtn. find o t-.i'.'i'.l t'.c '.aw tf i lirUt. tinlutlnita l '-. I take It that r.o man's life can be cvnsii'ter.t or can accomplish anything worth while uulcss It follows a law, unless It obeys some principle, clearly understood, firmly grasped, faithfully adhered to. I tak it. too, that no mail's life Is undi rstandnblo unless you go beneath the surface and dis cover this law. It is the law behind the outward life which givts color and character to everything a man does. Now. what wns the dominating Im pulse, the rullnn principle of Christ...

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. — 15 January 1904

Automobl vs. Omnibuses. The historic old " 'bus," which for ages has done service In carrying pas sengers and the malls between Tart ous towns In Baden, where the steam railroad does not touch. Is giving way to large automobiles, which travel much quicker and are much more comfortable. An automobile Una Is bout to be established between the city of Kehl and the town of Rheln Bishofshelm, a distance of ten miles. The car will accommodate twenty people. In addition to a space for the baggage and malls. The round trip will cost 1? cents, or 10 cents for one way. The machine Is the property of the two towns named, which pay the running expenses and divide the profits. be mixed with mayonnaise and filled Into tomatoes that have been peeled and scooped out; stand each on a let tuce leaf, garnish on top with capers. OLD COLONIAL HOMES Electricity for Railroad. The New York Central Railway company Is about to make a large sub stitution of electricity for steam, to save its local traffic, wh...

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. — 15 January 1904

THE RISING SON. LEWIS WOODS BngineM Kaiisger Published Eterjr Week RISING SON PUBLISHINCCO sTSUltSCItllTlON HATES: On Trar. DM 1.1 moath 7J T'trrr montn. On muaUi If Strictly pM In ii1nr BmUrtd at tUr .( Ofiet at KantatVitj, at S(a,d ClitM Malttr. Correspondents wanted In eysry city tod town in till stute. Write on. All news mutter intended for pub llCAtiuo hou!d reach our otlicu not la tor than Tiusday, nf each week and mum be signed by the writer not for publication, but as guarantee of auth sntioltv. FFICEi-No. 117 West Sixth St., Kansas City, Mo. Advertising Rnlea, fot pbi irn. on insertion bb for ptif Inch. noh .uti.rguroi Inw-rtlon. M Knf two iarhMi, Ihrr mDniti I UQ for two lacli... (It uj'inUi sou ! .low 15 00 F'T to Inch.., nlti month. For two IbcIim Iwrlv untithi. OLDEST NECiKO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE REST. i 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...

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. — 15 January 1904

THE RISING SON. Wn, Fairfax, Society Reporetr. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. Remember please ' ft tbe little blu we collect here ant here That enables ur to run from year to year." LOCALS. The boy preacher, holding revival services at Allen Cbappel. Mrs. Dawkhtery, is contemplating a trip south in search of health. Mrs. Bessie Evans Is improving slowly at the St. Joseph hospital. Mrs. Lottie Williams has returned from a four month's visit to Denver. Mrs. Jennie Watts Montgomery Is reported as being very 111 at Chicago. Mrs. Dourfleld will entertain the Ladles Art club Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Richard Allen was at home to the Lad Its Art club Wednesday after noon. Miss Lillian Wells Is at home, C15 East 10th street, after a 2 years' stay in Denver. The Silver Leaf club dance will take place at the vendome, the first Friday in February. Kansas City, Mo., Jan. 11, 1904. The S. 8. Hall building of the Vine Street Baptist church Is now com pleted and dedicated; the building consis...

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. — 15 January 1904

Till: Oi l).! ASIIIOM I) GARDEN. A lively place In the evening llht S herein in rest ami be 1 1 -. Itp li.Tilei m Mmtlowy yet ho hrlitht, Wlii'id old-fashioned roses dwell liy light. Ami ii ctily lilies lire clad In while I.Ike lluMur u Jul nod !r u bridal. 1'oar haunted garden, nt dunk we stand Ami vour Ulni memorlcg pnmlcr; of children who pla el there-a, house hoi, I t.nnii Of loM'1 Unit hnply a lifetime planned, Of i K'-'t ones renting here, liiiiul In IiiiiiJ, Now tit rest on ih hlllKliie yonder. They have parsed away, liut lliolr work survive. Its fragrance to stranger granted; And ns thi'ir garden villi blooms nnd thriven, J:en so I he grace of their honirty lives li. viiii, I the winter of death revives l ln.')' lire tuil ill lid, tut transplanted. Ah' sweet the flowers thnt nnr love a'jrilt, Wh,'i the ii'i liiKtlmu Is frh and ver nal. Wheie never the aummertlJo comes too liit.-. And never a Hmwum out of date; Thank Hod In thu peace of that heavenly etatu Tli" old-fnahliind ...

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. — 15 January 1904

THE OLDEST MAN IN Tells How He Escaped the Terrors by Using Pe-ru-na. Mr, Brock's 38 MR. ISAAC BROOK, BORN IN BUNCOMBE OO..IN. C, MARCH 1, 1789. His age Is 115 yean, vouched for by authentic record. He aayat '! at tribute my extreme ace to the use of Peruna. Bora before (As United StmteM wmi ormed. Saw 22 Presidents elected. Pe-ru-na haa protected bint from ail auaaen cnangea. Veteran ot tour wan. Shod a hone when 99 yean old. Alwaya conquered tha grip with Pe-ru-na. Wit neat In a land salt at the age ot IO yean. Believes Pe-ru-na the greateu remedy ot the age for catarrhal aiaeatea. ISAAC BROCK, a citizen of Mclenimn county, Texas, ha lived for US years. For many yearn he resided at Bosque Falls, elKutwn miles west of Waco, hut now lives with his son-in-law at Valley Mills. Texas. CUE m Used every washday will make your clothes white as snow and as beautiful as when new. The most competent housekeepers In th country use Bed Cross Ball Blue and no other, lust try it once and you wil...

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. — 15 January 1904

STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS ....IS Til.... CCNTURYDnjng Room (923 Market Street, ST. LOUIS, Ma MEALS AT ALL HOURS. Oysters in any Style. Service strictly ret-clas.. Ladles and (.' nts dine Uf atalre. Z. T. JORDAN, Manage; THE GREAT SOUHERN HAIR POMADE. THE GREAT HAIR GROWER AND STRAIGIITENER. ;?vy?fTVtrmTTtTTTTTTTm TTTTTTTTTfVfTVTTTTTTTTTTTEiafl WONDERFUL! rTTTTTTTTTTI W BE WOT DECEIVED To the COLORED PEOPLE OF AMERICA. King of all Hair Tonics, DISCOVERY I Curly Hair Made Straight By g ft? A !S PRICE 25c. GOOD AGENTS WANTED. Fill out this blank ami send it with l.no mid you will receive by express (2.00 north of the Pomade and iteiuis to HgOtltS. F. .1. N'oTT. 1'AKIS, MO. Kni-li'M-il please 1 O. Money Order or 81. n, for which send mo as per your offer. $'.'.' worth of the tuent Southern lia r Pomade and terms to agents. Name Street Town or City County Mate Kx press (iflicc 1'ittr of this order SKMi AI.Ii ii:dkus to F. J. NOTT. Box 8!. Paris. Mo. FAST MAIL SERVICE A GOOD THING 0 PUSH IT AL...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 22 January 1904

it Pays to Advertise In the Rising Oon VOLUME VIII. MISS EMMA BROWN ON NEW WOMANHOOD. "Man once looked up to woman and regarded her as his superior, but In her great desire to be equal with man and to experience the sensation public honor and leadership bring, for worn na's two greatest weaknesses, and her love of flattery and her desire to know all things and to explore and fine out the 'why of everything, these desires have lowered her In man's estimation and now is her time to get back upon the thone and reign queen In the home or wherever the Dispenser of alt Good shall design her to be. She should arise, go forward, ascending at every step, till she reaches her Ood, for she Is man's glory and he will come to her. She should aim to be a true woman, stout-hearted and brave. De one of the brightest of gifts God ever gave. Be a woman of smiles not a woman of tears. He a woman of hope, not a woman of fears. Be a woman of joy when sorrow assails. Be a help, not a clog, when misfortun...

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. — 22 January 1904

EMM fey mh m PEEL A Prayer. I il l tint I'l ii v fur )i ure. N..I Hint mi tuv j'litti Tli.' shim. .Ik ..f win- .slmli ninlll no trior, Tin wa 1..' . Ml' i.f l mil, H i! II. U 1 Imm: Tim' l.ntil. m.m I I I .mi my will Willi mltrlit. Ac I in lh.' i ini; i.f t'Mttln.K ilr.u.t im.. tin- Mir. nui Ii to flsht! 1 .1.. Ti-.t j.r.iy f..r nrm. r siiMs t. .-..I. r ni. r ii Hi :;nli 1 iiin.l with imply liana, s . ;i i . 1 1. 1 1-1 : -S: i- in.- Ih w ! ! . f.'nr. y i"ii'i; wi..i ..r unit I"'l UI-'MU Mm "' mini- fill Mil.- ilui 1 im- tin- stKiinlli to lifclit! 1 ..t i t iv II it Tli. mi si- ri i in. vt.-t.-i v: i: 't.i! ti t . ki."v il' it fmni mv fee i iiM'i i .. w iii t.. n. . . I". it. n :! .1 I'l lis. .1 ii., K'lt.lii 1. I'h iii! Ilk- .1 I t.. I,, ti sw.ii.l. tl- t' t in.' H':s t'lini: f"t '.n. iu rltiR- 1. 1 t in.' .11. n tivliM-ir t ...r - 'riii'i..l'.sl:i rjnrrlann. The Discipline of Life. "tli f..r.- I i) iittii.'i.d I went natrnv; nt ii.. liaxe 1 k. i t Thy wunl. "'. vx i;T. Why we lire ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 22 January 1904

Pretty Hat Embelllshmente. Large sized silk cord is something entirely new In hat trimmings and is most effective. A dark blue felt toque la trimmed with blue silk cord of a much lighter shade. This cord is wound several times around the crown and looped and knotted at one side, the ends being brought together and fastened with a shaded blue ca bochon In the center of the looping. Bilvor cord and cabochons form an effective trimming on white felt and black velvet hats respectively. Silver soutache braid is sewed to velvet or with their rich silver decoration, and combine with chiffon or crepe for opera and theater wear. They are very unusual and extremely pictur esque. The showy Turkish boleros are also pressed into service for dressy wear by combining tl em with black or white blouses, and subdu ing their flashy gilt effect by an over embroidery of coarse black silk. Tucked Blouse. Tucked blouses or shirt waists are held exceedingly smart and are shown In the new washable fabrics a...

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. — 22 January 1904

TIIK RISING SON. LEWIS WOODS Business Manager. PuhlMu-d lfry Wi-pk RISINf. SON PUBL1SHINGCO rMJUsCKlITlON KATES: Tr I.i oioaih. f'lr. tnontna MM , .71 Oat month U Strictly pM In advance filtered at tlic Vwf Ojflrt at Kant at VUf, at 5xd CUits MaUtr. OorrwtpondenU wanted la etsrr city sod town iu this ituto. Write as. All news mutter Intended for pub lication should reach our ofllce nut la ter than Tmsila?, of each week and must be signed by the writer not for publication, but a guarantee of auth ntlclty. .'FFICKl-No. 117 West Sllth St., Htni City, Mo. Advcrtiatntt HhUi, for ob lh. oot latartlno. M fur one Inch, each uhjiiat Inaertloo .J F r to tarhea, ihrvo month I UO f iMwo laoh, nioatti too Fur two Ini'ht. Din month 10 OU Tot two InrbM ! aiontha 19 00 OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE RFST. ifr 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. ...

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