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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 19 February 1904

PA 3'" m m 1 s5 f r. I, Pay to Advertise In the Rising Con VOLUME VIII. HAH NA IS DEAD HE GAVE UP THE STRUGGLE AT :40 O'CLOCK MONDAY NIGHT. WAS UNCONSCIOUS FOR MANY HOURS Meat Unusual Honors to Ba Paid to Hanna'a Mamory Official Funeral In Senate Chamber Death of the Ohio Senator Will Cauee Wide epread Mourning. WASHINGTON. (Special.) Senator Marcus Alonzo Hanna died at 6:40 o'clock Monday evening at the family apartments In the Arlington hotel, af ter an illness extending over nearly two months, filled with apparent re coveries, followed by relapses and finally drifting Into typhoid fever, which, in his weakened condition, he was unable to withstand. When the end came all the members of the senator's family were In the room except Mrs. Hanna, the sen ator's wife, and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hanna. Mrs. Hanna had left the room only a few minutes before. . MARCUS ALONZO HANNA. United States Senator from Ohio. Born at New Lisbon (now Lisbon), Ohio, Sept. 24, 1837. Has lived in Cleveland sinc...

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. — 19 February 1904

POPE PIUS GRANTS DIVORCE: EVENT OF RARE OCCURRENCE PELL si AMrMa 1 Faith. Sciirp'v rnhtnrd In the t!p relow. l'bri'urh tint km' uiul through turm 1 t Ii'M tho Ml. A intn;p- wllilirni-js of waves to m. Hnt wt I ilo tint f.Hr. hrrmiHp 1 know Thut he !u. guide the ! ship o'er 1 Tl i t JlM Pre lii tli Mnra hrt ahlnlng pathway tt ii. tU. HMmlf.iM F WRlk this life's twlldrlnit tn.if.-: fp flinty ntp.'p through frozen mountain I'Him. Through thrn-FPt barren and through ilnrp morns; l'nt strong; In faith 1 treud the uneven wv. And h:ir.- tnv hood unshrinking to the MhkI. eciii.i' my Knthir'n iirtn la round ma Hut; And If the u s.tp rough, t only claap The hum! that l-.uls me with a firmer srusp -Anne r. l.ynrh Rotta, "A woikman that necdeth Lot to be aftmn.co. .. Tim u. 16. When a child comes Into this world he comes without any character at all. He is simply a bundle of latent energies, a fagot of possibilities, or a piece of white paper on which, as time goes on, he will write the his tor...

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. — 19 February 1904

CANADA AND AMERICA WHAT CHAMBERLAIN'S MEANS. TARIFF It I In Our Power, by a Reciprocity Treaty, to Secure the Canadian Markets- Matter Worth Prompt and Serious Thought. "Mr. Chamberlaln'a scheme," Presi dent Schurman of Cornell told the New York Manufacturers' association, "would Inevitably reduce the volume of agricultural products you now aend to Great Britain, and the volume of munufactured products you now send to Canada and other British colonies." That such would be the effect of Mr. Chamberlain s policy there can be no doubt Mr. Chamberlain's plan Is to enlarge and make more nearly self-sufficient the British Imperial in dustrtal plant To do this be must first get greater food supplies from within the British empire. This he proposes to do by giving British colo nial agriculture a tariff preference In the English market, thus stimulating its extension. Then he proposes to protect British manufacture at home by a tariff on foreign manufactuies. With the home market thus secure...

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. — 19 February 1904

THE RISING SON LEWIB WOODS Business Maaagef. Published Every Week RISING SONPUBLISHINC CO rSUBSCUllTlON RATES: Oaa Tar IN 1.1 moatha IS t iro raontha M On month If Strictly paid In advano imUfd at the Post Office at Kanu OitJ, as Stand VUum Matter. Correspondent wanted In ev.ry city and towo id tills state. Write us. All news mutter intended for pub lication nhnuld reach our office not la tor than Tuesday, of each week and mutt be signed by the writer not for publication, but as guarantee of auth sntlcltr. t 'jrFICIi-No. 117 West Blith St., Kansas City, Mo. Advertising Rll, for ..a !ah. ona lna.rtloo $ SS ur oof Inch, each tuliaaijuaat InaerUoo. M For two larar, three rnontb I.UO fur two lache, all month 1 00 For two luchM, nine moatha 1000 ottwolacbaa IweWa uuntba 1VC0 OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE REST. if 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...

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. — 19 February 1904

THE RISIHO SOU. Win, Fairfax, Society Reporetr. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. Remember please t's tne little bits wo collect here a b there That enables uj to run from year to year." LOCALS. Oseph is still improving. A NCQRO ENTERPRISE. P. T. Moore and C. Ell Harris have formed a company and gone into the undertaking and embalming business. Their parlors are located at 1820 East Eighteenth street. . These gentlemen are classed among the most prominent people of our city. They are generous, enterprising business men, each being a well known cltisen and are for any movement that tends to advance the race to a higher plane of civilisation. Mr. Moore is a gentleman of high char acter and culture, having successfully passed through several colleges of em balming, etc., thus qualifying him for the business that he is now engaged in holding certificates verifying the George Bervinte Is improving much. Miss Geneva W'llley is still confined to her room. Miss Maude Ralley and Mr. Gamble...

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. — 19 February 1904

THE 117. VD ASP THE IWEAUS. Acroa the ilow-swort mncloi and ovr vales nn.1 mrr:ims The win.1 Is Hiit .1 Jri' inior, but hf's ever hlst'erlna: tlr .4tn! In qutxt. Iild'li-u plui-ea-ntlila where they sow nrd rt'np, Forr arj furcvcr h sings the world t j rlerp! And It's love-tlms snd Aresm-tlme My vs'levs, hills (nd xtrrnnis; Ati.l lift" Is with the ilaisles. An, I l ine U with tho dreums! Kb w.iftd in von tho tnmlc of the dove's dH'ehierl wings. In the swnylti vine he's saying Just In- numerable) things' And h know the xweet home-plncrs whore the morning glories oroe And the children's rosy faces, und he sinus them nil to sleep! And It'a live-time nnd dream-time Hy ail the hill nnd stroiims, And life Ik wllh the .IhHIps. And Love Is with the dreams! Atlanta Constitution. THE USUAL WAY Bj Jl'LIA ELEANOH ANDERSON rripyrightiil. ti. ty Th4 Avlhnrt PuttUMnf Compass. "No," said Miss Sonttinoll, pulling with unnecessary furo a petal from the rose she held, "there la do such thing as Platoni...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 19 February 1904

FRAUDS IN A BALE OF HAY Frauds In Watch Caaea, According; to an article In the Cincinnati Commercial, a "fty-one pound atono u recently found in that city aecreted In a bale of hay of eighty pound TJ1'". noi aa finding a lamp of ?. of ner,T one-half the welKbt of the solid sold watch case aecreted la the oea ter of the case. Gold watch caaea are aold by weight, ' and no one can aee where this lead la ae reted until the apt-Inn of the ease ar taken out and the lead will be found ae creted behind them. These oasea are made by eompanlea who lro less to be honest but furnish the means to the dishonest to rob the public It la iot pleasant for anyone to find that ha haa ufajed a lump of lead In his watch case. Another trick the maker of spurious aolld fold watch casea Is to stamp the case U. S. Assay." The United Statea does Rot stamp any article made out of aold and etlver except coin, and the fakir, by ttslna; this stamp, wants to make the pcblio believe that the government had somethin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 19 February 1904

STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS ....IB TBI.... rtwTURY nining Room 1923 Markt Street, ST. LOUIS, Ma MEALS AT ALL HOURS. Oysters in any Style. Serv Ices atrloti retrclase. Ladles aod Gents dine of atelre. Z, T. JORDAN. Hwifir THE GREAT SOUHERN HAIR POMADE. THE GREAT HAIR GROWER AND STRAIGHTENER. IWONDERFULl DISCOVERY Curly Hair Made Straight By I H.i,-" OS! PRICE 25C. GOOD AGENTS WANTED. nil out thit bltnk and send It with fl.oe aod you will receive by express $t.00 worth of tbo Pomade and terma to agents. V. J. NOTT. PARIS, Ma Eaoloeed please P. O. Money Order for 11.00, for which aend roe ea per your offer, 11.00 worth of the Great Southern Hair Pomade and terms to agenta. Weans Street Town or City County State Bspress Office Pate of thla order SEND ALL ORDERS TO F. J. NOTT, Box 81, Paris, Mo. FAST MAIL SERVICE A GOOD THING TAKEN FROM LITI: BtroH and Amn thkatmcht. ORIGINAL OZONIZED OX MARROW (Copyrighted.) rf paratton In thi wrli lh mak. kinky or rnriT nair raiane mm miwn kimitp. ia nour thn...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 26 February 1904

1 'i it Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME VIII. NEGRO MASONS TO ERECT A TEMPLE. The seven Masonic lodges In this city have been quietly working for some time with a view to erecting a temple for the accommodation of their craft. i This organization has acquired the northeast corner at Fourteenth ana Vine street, with a frontage of sixty feet and a depth of 150 feet, upon which preparations are now rapidly be ing made to build the coming spring. The proposed edifice will completely cover the lot, will be up-to-date lit facilities and appointments, reaching at least three stories, with a founda tion to sustain four or five, to which height It is the ultimate expectation to build. i The plans so far are to make the first floor into apartments of four and six rooms each. The second floor will be converted into a large auditorium sufficient to accommodate any form of entertainment. This feature has been added because of the growing demand among the negroes of this city for suita...

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. — 26 February 1904

cx tx y i i 1 i y hvLI.Mis .i.vi It's dollars ami n lit tli.it rule the world With rei'il u.- the linr!!:,; heil; Hut I hvi ; l;.iii--r lli.it s still un fur.el With li.irt h the fountain head The l itiiiu r i f !i t fur a f ! i- w in. in Anil hi'i'i' (.T n I Hilt-use To ki-rji iium.itilly tn the van And ills mint duliara uud cent. Kur ilnilnr nn.l renin won't Always win Anil wlel.l aiien a potent sway; There's sutneththK eWe tlmt Is t-omlnfc In Anil lov will avail sunie day ill. I ihil lire trutiiiiH at tli present time In n'.l the different tnnrts. Hut ruinliiK pui' is the world n rhyme. Ami the truniis will nil be heart. For there's nnthlna? else In life, my boy, That natvite a nrt m cleft, run Irii.K sunshine, hope, snd Joy, like the thnh-l,...it mi viiiit' lift; It nil there ik In the wnflil "f strife With trials nml Krlefs Immense Vnti run take Hiinie luve at the clone of lire. Tint nii run't take dollars nnd rents. Hatty 8. Chester, in Chliago Inter ( ii e.m. THESTORY THAT TO...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 26 February 1904

i EUROPE IS JEALOUS. STIRRED UP BY "AMERICAN COM- PETITION." Talk of Commercial Unions Against th United States Is Almost Unlvsr sal President McKlnley's Words of Advlcs Recalled. The government report of th com merce of the United States for the fis cal year ending June 30, 1903, plainly Indicated that the calendar year 1903 would be a record-breaker with re ' spect to exports and Imports. The to tal for the year Is $2,479,000,000. The export figures are f 1,484,668.127; im ports, $995,473,101; excess of exports over imports, $480,095,000. In thirty years, from 1873 to 1903, exports in creased 167 per cent, while imports Increased 67 per cent. The figures tell their own story, fully Justify the foreign tributes to our commercial progress, and explain the movements on foot in Europe to organize trade alliances to meet "American competi tion." A Middle European Commercial Al liance, particularly directed against the United States, has been a pet project with Count Goluchowskl, the Au...

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. — 26 February 1904

THE RISING SON. IEWIBW'OOD3 Busiuw M tmkget. Published Every Wi-ck RISING SON PUBLISHING CO rsUlWCHUTlON KATES: Ob fr. MM t.t oioalhs H fira munina On month U SvlcUf pnld In advanc .trd at the l'nrt Offict at Santa Citf, m Stroud Cin Matttr. Correspondent, wanted Id r.r city tot town in thin state. Write ua. All news matter Intended for pub lication should re uc h uur oftlce not la tor thiio TutnUy, of each week and mutt be signed by the writer not for publication, but an guarantee of auth-ntieltr. WICKt-No. I 1 7 Wilt Sixth St Kansas City, Me. Advrtiatiii RkIi, for oae lah. oae lasartlnn .M frot oof Inch, rirh vlMi)iial InMrUon. M tot two litkft, thn. noniii I.U Fortwo laches, ell atontli loo for twolnohas. Dine month Woo To to lacbaa my mucins... . uoo OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE REST. 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,...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 26 February 1904

the rising SON. Wn, Fairfax, Society Reporetr. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. O. H. JONES, 612 Jersey avenue. Remember please ti e little bit we collect here a n there That enable us to run from year to year." LOCALS. Mrs. New la quite 111. Mrs. John Rone is convalescent. Read the Son and keep up with the times. t Captain Gllbs remains very poor In health, John Day is critically ill at this writing. , Editor Wood has been ill for the past week. Mr. Henry Compton, of 1104 Char- lotto street, has enlarged his dining room and made several fitting Im provements. He is now in a better position to cater to the needs of the public. To the many subscribers out of the city that we can't see and don't no in Plattsburg, Mo., and many other place why dont you pay up we have tried to please you pend to the office at once please., , u Carry Their Own Fires. In the north of China, whether tbey are Indoors or out, the natives always have a stove with them. Instead of the fire being placed in t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 26 February 1904

ST. LOUIS EXPOSITION WILL BE GREATEST EVER HELD ON EARTH Estimated Cost. Exclusive of the Value of Forty to Fifty Million Dollars Miles of Wonderful Displays in More Than Twenty Buildings. It Is now a littlo more than two months bi'fore tho gates will open upon the World's Kalr nt St. Louis rtml the public will ho invited to see the Kn'Rtent exposition that has ever been created. Ths vast exhibit pnlaces are complete and many of them have been finished for several months. Within the next two months all of them are to bo brlKhtened with new coats at paint so that, on the opening day, tho masnlflcent array of palaces will ap pear as fresh as a newly blossomed rose. No one. no matter how vivid his Im agination, can picture to himself tho scene that will be presented when the Exposition is complete. The more one sees this great collection of exhibit palaces and countless other buildings, the more deeply impressed he be comes with the grandeur of the under taking. As the days grow longer...

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. — 26 February 1904

7; i 'I ft u 1.1 -a ft V 5, 3 SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPH . RELY ON PE-RU-NA TO FIGHT CATARRH, COUGHS. COLDS, GRIP ow 'Peruna far coughs It sntftolds in children S. 2SSIStT!i5 SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPH Use Pe-ru-na for La Grippe and Winter Catarrh. IN EVERY eountrr of the civilized world the Water of Charity are known. Not only do they minister to the spiritual end Intellectual needs of the charges committed to their care, but they also minister to their bodily needs. Whenever coughs or colds, la grippe or pneumonia make their appearance among the children these Bisters are not disconcerted, but know exactly the rem edies to sddIt. With so man children tn t1ra mm nf and to protect from climate and disease uene viw auu prnaent Disters nave T15 lounu i'eruna a never-iaiung safeguard. Bisters of St. Joseph, of the Deaf Mute Institute, 1840 Cass Ave., St. Louis, Ma, writes: We appreciate Peruoa very much. It certainly doea good work with catarrh and mlao with cohta and la grippe. We have taltb la...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 26 February 1904

iliKAkkkkkktkkkkkkkiALALiklll STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS , . Sk... a4s at lETTYj ...IS Til.... I WONDERFUL 1 DISCOVERY q? Dining Room 1923 Market St rest, ST. LOUIS, MO. MEALS AT ALL HOURS, Oysters in any Style. Service strictly irstrclssa. Lhi1I and (rents dine up To ?e COLORED PEOPLE OF AMERICA. King- of all Hair Tonics, ;: Curly Hair Made Straight By : i. (. f 3J stair. Z, T. JOKDAN, Manager THE GREAT SOUHERN HAIR POMADE. THE GREAT HAIR GROWER AND STRAIGIITENER. PRICE 25c. GOOD AGENTS WANTED. Pill out this blank and send it with 11.00 and you will receive by express tl.00 worth of tbe 1'oiuade and Iterma to agent. W. J. NOTT. PARIS, MO. Enclosed please l O. Money Order for tl.oo, for which send me as per your offer, 13.00 worth of the lireat Southern Hair 1'otnade and terms to agents. Mama Street Town or City County Bute Express Office Pate of this order fcEND ALL ORDERS TO F. J. NOTT, Box 81, Paris, Mo. FAST MAIL SERVICE A GOOD THING PUSH IT ALONG The Train Service of the Missouri Pac...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 4 March 1904

4' ,-.4 V 1 ' '. W t t.i V "3 ft t 1 it ft "f iS fa. 4 ti :s 9 it Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME VIII. NEGRO MASONS TO ERECT A TEMPLE. The seven Masonic lodges in this city have been quietly working for none time with a view to erecting a temple for the accommodation of their craft. This organization has acquired the northeast corner at Fourteenth ana Vine street, with a frontage of sixty feet and a depth of 150 feet, upon which preparations are now rapidly be ing made to build the coming spring. The proposed edifice will completely cover the lot, will be up-to-date lb facilities and appointments, reaching at least three stories, with a founda tion to sustain four or five, to which height it is the ultimate expectation to build. The plans so far are to make the first floor into apartments of four and tlx rooms each. The second floor will - be converted Into a large auditorium sufficient to accommodate any form of entertainment. This feature has been Added because of the ...

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. — 4 March 1904

The Divine Lullaby. 1 luur tliv olri tlnr t.orl: I I. .-:r li I'v i!if i-t.'t mi y ?" Whin wintrr niir!it nn K.i. k nn.t wild; An. I h. n. .lfiru-ht. I v: i. th.-e. It i-.il'vn p. v 5 mill r-:-,.-r in. "fU'ii'' well, my i-hllii;" 1 Vir hv v.iti'iv ilcir I. "!. I'l "Ineinc w.'i.U In fiill'i'v tvw 1" rurton i ll i m. . l-.. nit Ir sln Ml- S'. , i . :i. iv v i hHil. ' 11 mtitimir low: "Tin- cu-ir-l! in iirt. ! tin; anil SO. ('i. ii.i:,l. .,(! ni'Ii:" I Vrnr t! V l.il." .1. .1 r 1 . r.l, .- t'-ii.-uii the :r,n W'lrtrtf r : I Mv fii 'l:'.,- '..-nrt with -ii-.c-rft rMl!M. TV ..:t. V'.k .1 t'e tutr.rU ..f tt-. iU I'. Iv t"i- t.-. - firilU-J, r.-t. .1 Si ak A t ! tr l.. r,l: . 1 ii s M l ti'nr. :v. i.'trorii 1J. I- k h. ir iKiu'i.ly chorr: - Kui'np KIpM. V.:'i 1-t tvv i t .. L - -Jl 'Come Unto Me." "Voir unto M. all vi thnt lnhnr nnrt r hcivv l.i.l.Mi. nnJ I will give you nut "-Matt, xl . ;v Like the silver tones of an evening Angelus sounding the hour when work shall give place to prayer f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 4 March 1904

INTERESTING TO AMERICANS. tVaatarn Canada Will Soon Baeoms tha Supply Dapet for Whaat for Graat Britain. During tha past rear about 60,000 imerlcana went from tha United Itatea to Canada. Moat of theaa act tied upon farm lands, and tha writer la Informed by agenta of tha Cans llan OoTernment that tha greatest luccesa haa followed the efforta of early all. To their frlenda on thla Ida of tha boundary line the fullest assurance la given of the prosperity that la In atore for them. There will always be a splendid market for all lha grain, cattle, and other produce that can be raised In Western Can ads, and with the advantages offered of a free homestead of 160 acrea of land, and other landa which may be bought cheaply, an excellent climate, iplendld school system, educational advantages of tha best, what more la required. The husbandman gets mora return for his money than In any other country in the forld. On the occasion of Sir Wilfred Lau rlcr'a visit to the Corn Exchange Lon don, En...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 4 March 1904

THE RISING SON. liWlB WOODS Business Manager. Published Every Week RISING SON FUBLISHINCCO rfcU HSCMITION RATES: Ob Trar ta inoaths fir nionint On munth , .16 U Strictly paid tn advance Bntertd at Vie JVdf Cffire at Kan$n CUj, at A'frtWirf VUif Matter. Correspondent wanted la every city and town id this state. Write us. All news matter Intended for pub lication should reach our oftice not in ter than Tutsday, of each week and muit be slfiued by the writer not for publication, but as guarantee of auth enticity. WFICIi-No. 117 West Slith St., Kansas City. Mo. Advertising Rntti, PDr oa. lanh, on Inaenlnn $ M ur nnr Inch, rai'h auhsegu.ut Insertion. M 'r two Isrhr, inr monlli 1 00 Frlo lach, sn month 6 UO , KZVZ'2 "-. :lhiV.:V.V.: ii.S ! ... OLDEST NECJRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE REST. i 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, 1903. Office of t...

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