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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 4 March 1904

THE RISING son. Wm. Fairfax, Society Reporetr. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington. Mo Q. M. JONES, 12 Jersey avenue. Remember please t' H e lUlle bits we collect here a n (here That enable us to run from jear to year." LOCALS. Mlsa Hartley Oliver was called to her home in Maple Hill, Kan., to the bedside of her mother and brother. We wish them a speedy recovery. ward paying off the debt on the Home. Miss Shepherd la well qualified for the position she occupies, and is most desirous of having things as they should be. She is moat anxious for a separate ward for the children, in which there will be a dining room, play room, a bath room and a study. But we cannot dream of these things so Ion gas theer is a debt upon the prop erty. We hope the public will give Miss Shepherd their hearty support. Great efforts are being made by the schools in making preparations for the World's Fair exhibit. Miss Rachel Dagley spent a few days in Lee Summit. Mr. Gus Sharper died suddenly on last Sunday, and ...

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. — 4 March 1904

IIEVT.LAT10X. 1ST mother In w-hnt beauty was to When I was young. Then 1 would rtep serene Where, wan, noma shadow lay along the green T.fk hhIich of the HrM. and almost Btranm- Incense from Dtranxe altars cca lewly Go up to God like souls. And ! would loan. An niolyte of dreams, till the unoon Had all but ret my brooding spirit free. Thus richly were my days dlntlllnl to yearn fl!il ln pp.irls of pain. One duxk I Weill Adrp.mi through dew to offer MrrhVe Hut ! my ultur rups were lllkd with tenrs One waited near. Thrilled with the truth. I iTtlt And read all henity In her quiet eyes. Znne Oulo, In llirper s ll.n.ir. 1 3f HOW THE MINISTER WAS WON lly EDWIN lll.ACK Copirighttl. !... by Tt Authnrt Puhtithing Comptny. The church was crowded. The con pregation was in a whirlwind of ex citement. The new minister wus to officiate. Generally there Is a perceptible dl mlnishment In the attendance prior to tho sermon; but as this was the maiden attempt of Or. Howard, tho parishion ers had dec...

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. — 4 March 1904

1 . 'J i i ' I Miss Nellie Holmes, treasurer of the Miss Nellie Holmes, treasurer i Young Woman's Temperance Association of Buffalo, N. Y., strongly advises all suf r i i v, a (iermg women to reiy, as sne did, upon iLydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. ' "Diab Mm, Piitkham! Your medicine is indeed -an Ideal woman a medicine, and by far the best I know to restore lost health and strength. I offered misery for several years, being troubled with menorrhagia. My back ' ached, I had bearing-down pains and frequent headaches, I would often i wake from restful sleep, and in sueh pain that I Buffered for hoars before I could go to sleep again. I dreaded the long nights as much aa the weary days. T Mf,a1(.J va AUtmmmwt ..V....1.I.... kJHM ull Kn 4tntl. that ' i' n ine recommendation of a friend from the East who was naitmg me, HAS CLAIM TO FAME. Story ef the Man Who Discovered the First Beefsteak. Beefsteak, like most other- good thlnpa, was discovered entirety by accident, says a writer I...

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. — 4 March 1904

CHURCH DIRECTORY. nv. 8. W. Bacote, Second Baptlt, Tenth and Charlotte. Kev. F. J. Pock. Allen Chapel, Tenth and Charlotte. Kev. K. H. Vaughn, St. John's Chapel, Ninth and Hell. Rev. V. M. Hawkins.. Kbenezer church, Second and Holme. Rev. J. M. Harris, Humes Church, Eleventh nnd llinlilatnl. Rev. S. W. Scott. Christian Church, '.'1st and Summit. Rov. R. H. Clirlstain, A. M. K. Zion, Fifth and IlHnmnt. Rev. J. T. Smith, A. M. K.. West port, 43rd and Prospect. Rev. J. W. Jacob, Perry Chapel, 20th and Summit. Rev. V. S. Wheeler, Asbury A. M. K l!th and Cherry. Rev. .lame 11. Allen. A. M. K.. Indo- pendi'tiee. Rev. .1. J. Clark. M. K., Independence. Rev. T. II. Kwini;, Vlnco Street Church, Vine ctreet. Rev. F. li. Snelson. Presidinn Klder, A. M. K. church, 4'U Cleveland Ave., Knti.-a.- City. Kansas. Railroad In AbyMtnta. A few month ago the flrt Abys sinian railroad from the harbor of DJibutl to Harrar was completed, and other raflroad. financed by French or English companies, have been...

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. — 11 March 1904

p. ; ' Vet: r;.;'i 'S a 3 i ' it Pays to Advertise In the Rising Gon VOLUME VIII. NEGRO MASONS TO ERECT A TEMPLE. The seven Masonic lodges In tills city have been quietly working for some 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 if -1 .1 -. . i fa m a - - ! t t,, ,' , j( icri auu a uepiu ui lav mei, uyuu ), -pf'fjwhich preparations are now rapidly be- ; Jng made to build the coming spring. .'' BB proposed eumce win completely ; Y' 1 : ) , ,over the lot, will be up-to-date lb ' facilities and appointments, reaching '.i. :';,.t least three stories, with a founda 5', tIon to sustain four or five, to wtilch !" "Jbeight It !a the ultimate expectation to ;;0-?;i;lmiid. ' "'' t-jt'' The plans so far are to make the ' jvy!: ifl'st floor Into apartments of four and ;tV: y'lilx rooms each. The second floor will converted Into a large auditorium ; insuf...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 11 March 1904

TIIE ILEARbT BOOM. MOVEMENT FOR FREE BEHIND IT. TRADE Calamitous Results That Followed the Adoption of This Policy In 1892 Would Repeat Themselves Work ingmen Will Do Well to Remember. Tho Nmm of William Itandolph Hearst for the Democratic residen tial nomination Iti l!'04 may bo said to have been launched at a mass meet ing held In Washington on tho 13th of Atiitust. The ambitious Individual In whose lirhalf this movement has been organized Is the reputed possessor of a fortune of several millions of dol lars, represented, in great part, by a number of daily newspapers, whose columns appear to be chiefly consc crnted to the destruction of wealth belonging to other people. It Is upon this platform that Mr. Hearst hopes to reach the Presidency. At present he Is merely n Tammany Congress man from a New York city district. In journalism ho enjoys the distinction of issuing each day In four different cities the very worst lot of newspa pers of large circulation and vicious Influence kno...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 11 March 1904

V. f 1 ri .J s h .4 .'.4 if f. ')?;- k i.e. 4 X Ood Know Btt. If we could push ajar the gates of Iff And stand within, and til Uod'a work-Ina-s aee, W could interpret all thla doubt and strife And for each mystery And key! But not to-day. Then be content, poor heart! God's plana like lllie pure and white unfnld; "We must not tear the cloae-ihut leave apart: Time will reveal the calyxes of told. And If. through patient toll, we reach the land Where tired feet, with sandal looted, may rent. when we ahall clearly know and under stand. t think (hat we will aay, "Ood knew the beat I" The Gateway. es aaseaaawteaeaseaeBi t A Great Man's Estimate of Human Ufa. Vanity of vanltlea; all I vanity. Be clcaiastee. No other book In the Old Testament thaa such a tone of serious sadness as the book of Eccleslastes. All through tt there Is the underlying assumption, purely practical one, that man can have the true end of his being ar,d come to his real self only in that 'which brings him pure, perfec...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 11 March 1904

I'HK KISlMr SON. tEWIB WOODS, Business Maaagor. Published Every Week RISING SON HUBLISHINCCO rsUHSClUITION KATES: Ob f er ji n.oaths UN rr montha 40 On month U Strictly paid In advance BnUrtd at the I'nt Office at Kan$a$ OUf, at Stccn.d l'Ut MdUtr. Correspondent wanted to every city and town in thin mate. Write us. All news matter Intended for pub lication should reach our office not Is Vtt than Tuesday, of each week and mutt be signed by the writer not (or publication, but a guarantee of auth enticity. '.FFIOIi-No. 117 West Sixth St., Kansaa City, Mo. AU vertiatnti Rntva. Par oa. t.Ah, oo. Insertion $ N ir 0116 Inch, earn sabaa-quant Insertion. M For two Inches, three monib I.U0 Fortwo Inch, six month loo FurtwolnrhM, alna months 10 no for two Inches twelve montha It 00 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 ftansas City Colored weekly newspapers. Kansas City....

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 11 March 1904

-'l father. r,fi x. v.. I ' V i h:- -'i V X THE RISING SON. Wm. Fairfax, Society Reporatr. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington', Mo. V , O. H. JONE8, 612 Jersey arenue. Remember pleane ";i I'stlie little bits we collect her a a there That enable u to run from year to year.". LOCALS. . Sick List Locals Anderson Smith Is very sick. Ed Olbs Charles Simpson Edmle Drun Ella Walker ' Bettie Brine has gone to Warm burg to see her people. The Seven Masonic Lodges will meet at G53 Main St. :V ThA nnartprlv mppHnar At Alpm r - ri . '.:.r- f'nnnin mar Miinnnv wan n rciipopiir Dr. SmelBon and Rev. Peck were well pleased with the rettult. i Trr. f!arrlin tho dentist, has return- ;'v;Jwed from Orangeburg, S. C, where he mttk a nal ia tr a i t ctn A tha funeral nf htu "" Prof. Baldwin snent a Dart of last fek near Sedalla. J, Robert 8 mead's restaurant at 92 . ' M 1 . . . . . - , jyuououe street is lue piace ior gooa i . o v. fc. .intra vn un r '"..A . H, Trv tia nna nnf vrii,,1 stimo airain V.'-j'" -,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 11 March 1904

umij marts oy I'oi'Einy. I ilo lint euro my pivr-ly, li I1.4 it fti'i pi'ifi i N Kniit lnu hit mmr- my way T" Mlftiii my joint. I I'n rut. t'm ImiB nlxht Ail ntixlni: If nw.tke Ai.il Mnti.liT wlmt ilii i-linnTa nra 1 Mr I lie f.n.i lj ink In bir.'ik. 1 iln twit rii nlmiit Willi M.vk ll.'il H nr.-lin nil mv mini Mi- l it "i arm n A nil h innllny clolliiK. I tin ml hnvo t.i I'rrns nni! o Humfwlrri" o' nlKlitn nml M:ijr Till 12 n iliu'k. aim mainl a whiio They talk mc old mid K'ay. Oho' 1 put my ffiif tipnn My old triltiT Hint I un ikf my pip nml thank my star That 1 can understand. Why rrovl'lnri nil-win hn rant My lnt whirii aiinliramn frill; A loit t.i pnvorty' It hnn Its good point nflrr nil! 8an Francisco Pulli-lln. A STUDY IN VALUES 11 KI.EANOU UT CopyriqMti, Itof, by Tfii AutHari PubUihing Compvny The train came to a standstill In front of the llttlo, unpalntetl drpot. Only one man stepped off. and with but a monipnt'8 pause, the train steam ed on again. The stranger stood a mom...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 11 March 1904

m'-rmmttswiN omoGMpm --m I "SUa. I Oft MM x PRONUNCIATIONS OF 'aere Is given herewith a list of the principal geographical names In the districts Involved In the war between Russia and Japan. Some are Russian, some Chinese, some Korean and the others Japanese. Phonetic spcllltm of the names Is given. Scores of dialects have caused the names to be pro nounced In many different ways, but the best English pronunciations are here given. Buchatu Buke-a-too. Khabarovna Kar-ba-rov ka. Nlkolsko Nl-kol-sko. Vladivostok Vla-dl-vwostock. Banging Sahn-slng. Harbin Har-been. KwangChengTsl Kwang-Cheng-Tsee. Itung Ee-toong. Manchuria Manchoorea. (Ch as in chill.) Duruga Doo-roo-ga. Okho Oko. Purlen Poo-reen. Chlun Chan Cbce-oon-Chahn (ell as in chew). Ta-La-Chao Tah-lah-Cbay-o. KIn-Chau Keen-Chow. Yang-Po-Jtn Yahng-Po-Zhcen. Kalgan Kahl-gahn. Shan-Hal Kwan Shan Hie Kwahn. An-Tung Ahn-Toong. Slu-Yen Sew-Yane. Yaju (river) Yar-loo. Hueng-Pleng Hwang-Peen. Rlong Ree-ong. Chlun-Chan Chewn-Chabn. Songc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 11 March 1904

CHURCH DIRECTORY. Kev. 8. W. Hacote, Second UaptM. Tenth and Charlotte. Rev. F. J. Peck, Allen Chapel, Tenth and Charlotte. Rev. K. R. Vaughn, St. John's Chapel, Ninth and Moll. Rev. V. M. Hawkins. Khenezer church. Second ami Holmes. Rev. J. M. Harris. Hurtles Church, Klevcnth nud Highland. Rev. S. V. Scott. t'hrlstiiin Chinch, L'lsl and Summit. IW. R. V. ChrlHtRin. A. M. K. '.Urn, Fifth and Itelmont. Rev. J. T. Smith. A. M. K., West pott, 4;lrd and Prospect. Rev. J. V. Jacobs, llerry Clinp. 1, 20th and Summit. Rev. W. S. Wheel, r. Asbury A. M. K l'.Mh and Cherry. Rev. .lames II. Allen, peliilclicc. Rev. J. J. Clark. M. Iv Rev. T. H. Krtitm. Church, Vine street. Rev. K. r. Sndsoii, PresldinR Kld-r, A. M. K. church, 4'M t'levclimil Ave., Kansas City, Kausiis. STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS ....IB TUB.... Pcntury pining Room 1923 Market Strwt, ST. LOUIS, MO. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. Oysters in any Style. Service stiiotlj rst-clniis. Ladles and Genu din op tain. Z. T. JORDAN. Maaaf Railroad In Abyssi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 18 March 1904

It Pays to Advertise In the Rising Gon 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. This orgi tiizatlon 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. The plans so far are to make the first floor into apartments of four and six rooms each. The Becond 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 suitable hal...

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. — 18 March 1904

The Joy of Cod. t thank Tlm tn". thm 'limn hnt mail Jv In n liiMitin : H.i many .-.-nil.- iiiniiHlit ami limit i 'it i In.i; Hi r .'Uiii! Thiit In Hi-' il.ukiKt iiji.it nf c-.irth Hulllt- Ii'l- 1 l.itillil. ! th.ink TIi.p tni.rii tli.H nil nur Joy ll lull! h- il Willi I'H'M. Tli.it h.i..u fall i.m t.rlu'hti-Kl hours. Th 1 1 tIh.i i r. iii-i:n . So tl .it rth Ml tn.iy Int our guide, Aiul n..t uiir iliiim. Kit TIhui. Wh.i kniwpt. T .ir.1. Iiow imm i n r m k lii-arl rllnus lt.iJit nlvi-ti ii" j'.yn I. mil r iiml true, 1:! ;li with viiiv--Fo thit cliMtniiiK nn lilKh. 1 1 v it.t' I lillii;. A J'riM-tor. "The M.m and His Work." l:;-t II. . kiii.l. til nf il'.il M:ltt. vl., S3 I IH' l;. i -.Ml t 1 1 lull has I er III Cll man's nr .iti't-t bb-um. In human ii',. ', ii s tii.w in in t li t ly r.uiMti tut. I. it i ll ti works ti.ir.l-liiii, luit its i , m.i. . ui. pin. luce aliMildtii ruin. '1 11.. I. i'ii "work." is, however, nut in !.! npi'lii l in tin. toil nf any one nf nu n. Any 'iii mlit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 18 March 1904

Brown Still Favored. Brown 1b, without doubt, to be greatly. In favor as the season ad vances. It has held Its own pretty well all through the winter. It shows tip several of the novelties, such as the heavy raacratne lace. A brown velvet or brown beaver hat, trimmed with feathers, of the tint of the os trich, Is difficult to beat. For present wear, brown chiffon velvet Is much in evidence. It makes beautiful blouses, all elaborately trimmed with lace and applique, some what Celtic In their design. A big button, as large as a silver dollar, finds a place on the front of many bodices, and if there Is a touch of gold, red and green enamel, brown goes with It extremely well. But for Indoor wear brown cloth gowns, with elaborate white blouses, are being worn. Drown chiffon frill logs, which accord so well with fur, and are generally bordered with tiny ruchlngs. are Introduced to droop from muffs and from the open sleeves of fur Jackets. One of the New Linen Suitings. Shirt waist gowns a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 18 March 1904

THE RISING SON. LEWS WOODS Business Maaagw. Published Eve tj Week RISING 30NPUBLISHING CO rhUBSCUUTION RATES: Ob Tear d M tJI moalha 75 fir monina tt Oat Bun til If ifflctlr paid In ad.anc filtered at the 1'nst Office at Kanat OUf, at icoi.(i Class Matter. Correspondent wanted to esry city ana town in thin tatt'. Write us. All news matter intended for pub lication should reach our office not la tor than Tuttxtay, of each week and must be signed by tho writer not (or publication, but a guarantee of authenticity OFFICE I-No. I I 7 West Slith Kansas City, Mo. St., Advertising Rnlti, rof on l"h, od lnrtlin SO tut one Inch, rac h utiarqutat Inirrtluo. .J ttt two '.ache, lhrv niniiiti l.UO Furtwi) lnihr, all month 100 Kor two liH'han, nlno month. 10 00 Fo two Inch twelve month 100 OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE REST. ?fc The paid circulation of Tin; Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. THE ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 18 March 1904

THE RISING SON. Wm. Fairfax, Society Reporetr. A, W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo O. H. JONES, 612 Jersey avenue. Remember please l'a ttie llttleblta we collect here a n there That enablee ui to run from year to year." LOCALS. Mrs. L. J. Hally is on the sick list. Mr. Ed Lewis has been on the sick list. Mrs. Willie YounR burned her hand very badly last week. the club for which much credit is due him. He leaves the chair with the admiration of the entire membership of the Club. The following members were elected for the ensuing year: Curtis Wills, President; Geo. Mosely, Vice-President; A. l. Cox, Secretary Leon H. Jonlon, Treasurer; W. S. Wat son, Floor Manager and Lou Mont gomery, Sergeant at Arms. Mr. Murphy, one of Allen Chapel old members, is quite ill. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Drown are at home to friends at the Guild Hall. Walters' Grand Easter Ball at Tur ner Hall, Easter Monday, April 3d. 1904. The Dentist, Dr. Carrion of 910 East 12th street, we invite your at tention to the fact...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 18 March 1904

A TALE WITH 'Trn ii frloniny rIii.1" niM th lowering Of a 'most dntik atnl dirk: Ami i pi y ilci'i'M rn'.itiirc alppt, lr thf nviy of d.iwn lt.i smrrr-lv crpt O'er II, murnltiK "ky. Hut hark A in 1 il tha Mlmeo thrrn niny 1m- hfard Tim Jiowfy chirp of tho t:urly lllnl. I.n. r tn Ik tint Ho lipin'.ilh lil ryes Of a ilt-n iitnrs t.i aiiilrnt: AnJ Hire I'umu from under Ills very tfVt A f ilm fln niiiiml that t rnn't rrpt-at Tho voire of the K.irly Worm! And th v I. !,!. in nt lllr than xllll can be. At tlimiKhl uf the coining irngiMly. "It l tip to me," sobbed the worm, "te tlco. Wcr- J not aurh ft sleepy thine " Hut the Mia was wobbly on bin fi-rt, "I am far too drowsy,'' he slKlivd, "ta est'' And bl hi-ad fell tiruW hid win And sweetly mliisled, there soon were heard The Kiiorct of the worm and the early bird. PnrKfM Johnson, In Harper's Magatlne for December. 4 THE COMPOSITE lly GRAHAM NultTIL Ccpylghtrtt, inn), by Ti Authori PulluMng Company. Jnliii I'atu TMm whs in love. No tin os...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 18 March 1904

LJTwo severe cases of WHERE MOSES RESTS THE LONELY GRAVE IN THE LAND OF MOAB. "And No Man Dug That Sepulchre, and No Man Saw It E'er, for tho Angel of God Upturned the 8od and Laid the Dead Man There." 28 Army Generals Send Letters of Endorsement To The Inventor ot the Great Catarrh Remedy, Pe-ru-na, Ovarian Trouble and two terrible operations avoided. Mrs. Emmons and Mrs. Coleman each tell how they were saved by the use of Lydia E. Pinldiam's Vegetable Compound. "Deab Mrs. Pinkham : I am no pleased with the results obtained from Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound that I feel it a duty and a privilege to write you about it. "I suffered for more than five yean with ovarian troubles, caus ing an unpleasant discharge, a great weakness, and at times a faintness would come over me which no amount of medicine, diet, or exercise seemed to correct. Your Vegetable Compound found the weak spot, however, within a few weeks and saved me from an operation all my troubles had disappeared, and ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 18 March 1904

UlUllUUii wr BE WOT DECEBVED W To the COLORED PEOPLE OF AMERICA. King of all Hair Tonics, A7 AXTA TRADE-MARK. 315 Y& f ISIK J ry- " " ' V V. J I " . " V"! f AT' MA IM s jvj mm r Mm - 1 "A. 1 For tin- past t'iKht years the man who represents thin out above has U-en publishitiK the paper known as the Ki&iiiK Son. anil our policy has been strietly Kepubliean. He will RO before the convention us an alternate delegate for the National Convention, which is to be chosen on the 27th of this month, at the Auditorium. The party which ho nerves will make no mistake In giving him that honor. j l.ouls Woods, the proprietor of the KisinK Son, THE GREAT SOUHERN HAIR POMADE. THE GREAT HAIR GROWER AND STRAIGHTENER. PRICE 25o. GOOD AGENTS WANTED. OLD SAWS (FILED A LITTLE). Vested rit;hts; men. a tailor's Survival of the fittest hairbreadth escape. The hand that can could rock the world. rule the cradle Some people like to make martyrs of themselves lor the sake of martyr iiim other people by ...

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