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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 25 March 1904

3 1 Py to Advertise In the Rising Con VOLUME VIII. KANSAS CITY KAN NEWS. The Metropolitan Baptist church at the comer of 9th and Washington avenue, are carrying on a very suc cessful meeting this week. Forty con verts. Brother Britt has proved to the peo ple of Kansas City, Kan., that he' Is one of the greatest gospel singers that ever came in this part of the coun try. Miss Maude I JUian Is some better at this writing. The Duncan concert was a. success last Friday night. Miss Burden ren dered a very difficult piece. Mr. Dun can was good at the piano. Also, with mandolin. Mr. Brown's singing was also good. Don't fall to hear the J. W. White Minstrel and Jubilee company. It wl'.l te at M. and O. Hall soon. Mr. James L. Wakes, of our city, who lived on Ann avenue, was laid to rest from labor to reward last Sunday from the Metropolitan Baptist church. Rev. Wilson preached one of those heart rending sermons, and the re mains were laid to rest in Woodlawn cemetery. Rev. Ward, at the A. M...

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. — 25 March 1904

Fashionable Morning Gown. T:is!i fill morning gowns n r luxur ies mid r.reessitios In one nnd should bo l:.cli!(!t'.l In every wardrobe. This I'M- Is adapted to a wide, range of materia!, but. Is shown in pale blue ohallio tii:!ir.d with black nnd white, nr.! trimmed with white bands piped with blue. Tho wide strove and the Ti 'ii tul rock make frati.ro of the sca son, I. ut a stuck collar run lo added 4287 II moUuwn, 32 1 42 bust. ) vhi never !i I r. il, ami th" sleeve-! run lio lit ti 'l iiitu stinii;ht c-ii fTt us shown in Itir liai k view. The lurked fronts 'i-nvici lMisein Ms without un due fu!n. and tin- halt' lilted Pink Ik always becoming. The iiiantity of material reiiuired for the medium rd.-.o !s ; yard 7 or o yards 4 1 inrhcs w Ido. A May Matiton iiattern. No. 4287, Bb.es to -ll!. will he mailed to uiiy Ulldl'I'SS OH rerel.t. of ten crllts. Circular Skirt. Full skirts, that are routined ovor the dips, yet take soft, and maoeful fohN helow, make the latest shown and ran b...

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. — 25 March 1904

4 . Mr WESTGIiX LASD. Qreat Wei tern Land, who mighty oreaat Bftwwi two ocean's finds Ita rest, Begirt by atorma on either aide. And washed by strong Pacific tide, Tha knowledge of thy wondrous birth Oava balance to the rounded earth; In aea of darkness thou didst atand. Now, first In light, my Western Land. In thee, the olive and the vine unite with hemlock and with pine, In purest while the Southern rose Repeats the apotlesa Northern snows. Around tha Bone a belt of mails Itojolrea in the sun's hot raya; And all that Nature could command 8he heaped on thee, my Western Land. Oreat Western Land, whose touch makes free. Advance to perfect liberty, Till rlKht shall make thy sov'relgn might And every wrong be crushed from sight. Heboid thy day, tlty time la here; Thy iienplo great, with naught to fear, nod hold thee In his strong right hand, My well-beloved Western Land. Onrolluo Hasard In Home Mission Magazine. A SERIOUS CASE By L. E. CKANFOHTUEB. CopyrtghUi, t9C3, bf Tho Authan Publi...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 25 March 1904

mmm mm ! THE RISING SON. ITWTB WOODB Bntmfas Kui(. Published Every Week RISING SON PUBLISHINCCO bCUSCItllTION BATES: Cm Tear t.t Bioattu M i .IS Ttr nonina ea Oh bobib if artetl paid tn ad'anra Intend at the l'nut Office at Kantat OUj, as Stevid VUim Matttr. Ourrcttpondeou wanted In every city am, town id till slate. Write us. All oews matter Intended for pub lication should reach our office nut la lr than Tuesday, of each week and Bust be slftued by the writer not (or publication, but as guarantee of auth ntlrlty. -No. 117 We.t Sixth at. Kaneaa City. Mo. Advortialtifi Rnut, Par oa Ifh, oae laMrtloo or one locb. each .atwequeat laMrtloa for two lac ho, three moo Lb For two lacheo, m aoatti Por two InchM, nlna month . 1.00 ... too ...10 as .. 11.00 fartwolaeaaa tel. aiontht... OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE REST. ifc The paid circulation of The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. Holl...

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. — 25 March 1904

the Bisma SOU. Win. Fairfax, Society Reporetr. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. O. H. JONES, 612 Jersey avenue. v ' Remember plcane ft ti e little bit we collect here a n ibere Tlmt enables us to run from year to year." LOCALS. First excursion to Moberly, Sunday, April 24th. f 1.25 to Moberly and return Sunday, April 24tb. Visit your Moberly friends Sunday, April 24th. Miss Mayme Barker has been 111 for several days. Miss Nell Love Is able to be out again after a long spell of sickness. Miss Bettle Johnson, 2124 Brooklyn, 8 pent last Sunday at Seet Springs, Mo. The Shipping Clerks run the first big excursion to Moberly, Sunday, April 24th. I Waiters' Grand Easter Ball at Tur ner Hall, Easter Monday, April 3d, 1904. Miss Daisy Day, has been 111 for several days, but at this writing Is con valescent. Mies Ella Walker, who has been ill "1th pneumonia. Is better. We wish her a rpcedy recovery. We will be glad to see all of our friend 8 again at the Silver Leafs monthly ball .Friday, ...

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. — 25 March 1904

An Exposition of Modern Wonders The World's Fair of 1904 Is the Greatest Educational Factor as Well as the Most Stupendous Entertainment that Was Ever Organized-No Words Can Describe Its Magnificence or Magnitude Mr. K. K. Stevens, editor of tho Min neapolis Union, visited tlio World'! Kalr nt St. Louis a few days nKo, and the following letter In the Union des cribes In part what his Impressions vere: To Headers of "The Union": I have been through the World's Fair grounds again to-day for tho third time since coming to St. IaiiiI last week, and every day tho wonder within me prows. I had Imagined from the descriptions that tins management intended to eelipso anything ever before attempted, hut I had r.o id.a of the tremendous size, th? magnifleeiit designs, the splendid petting, and tho artistic beauty of tho buildings. I was somewhat pre pared to eee something of the ordi nary, but my mind had by no means grasped the splendors which will bo open to the visitors to the World's Kalr ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 25 March 1904

11 fl M Emm ii iiiii r 1 1 1111 FromPimples to Scrofula From Infancy to Age To those who have suf fered long and hopelessly from Humors of the Blood, Skin, and Scalp, and who have lost faith In doctors, medicines, and all things human, CUTI CURA Soap, Ointment, and Pills appeal with a force hardly to be realized. Every hope, every expec tation awakened by them has been more than ful filled. More greet cures of Simple, Scrofulous, and Hereditary Humors are daily made by them than by all other Blood and Skin Remedies combined, a single set, costing but one dollar, being often sufficient to cure the most distressing cases when all else fails. Baltf ttimuf htut tli world. Cutlcnr Rwolmt (ta form of CaocuUM Coatrd PI lit, tfAe. per vial of flut Otolvtnt, Soap, Jk. lfrtfl: Irfindun, 27 Chart kouM Sq. t Parta, A Kit t 1ft Pali i Roalun. 1ST CuiunitHrt Aw. Potter ItruB Vhm Corp., rnfa. tritid for M All About lhktn awl Real." "KATY'S" . NEVA LINE To OWntinma City and Outtiric t noworwt. From...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 25 March 1904

THE MADAME DERNICE ELECTRIC HAIR STRAIGHTENER & RESTORER. (AAAAAAAAM Utki uutmuui nuwimimuiiiuuui rTTTTTTTTTTTTTTMtt.TTTTt.M.Tt.TT.....TTTTT.....f.......................1 W BE WOT DEE0VEE W After Vsing Winy We Grow Old. In atmv.tr to tte question. "Why do we grow old?" a meriiral writer gives these three reasons: "We do not get enough physical exercise In the open air, we are poisoned by microbes which the aclentists have not succeed ed In destroying, and we are de pressed by fear of death." What Ice Will Bear. It is said that two lucli ice wilt sus tain a man, or a regiment of properly spaced Infantry; four inch ice will rarry a man on horseback, a squad ron of cavalry, or light guns; six-inch ice, heavy field Kims, such as eighty IHiunders; eight-Inch lea, a battery of artillery, with currlam'B and horses, but not over one thousand pounds a square foot on sledgeti; ten-Inch lee will sustain an army, while on fifteen Inch Ice a railway can be built and operated. THE GREAT SOUHE...

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

Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME VIII. MASONS ENTERTAIN. Never before In the history of Kan sas City has there been given an en tertainment of bo great proportions as that given by the Joint Masonic Lodges at Convention Hall Tuesday night. Notwithstanding the Inclement weather, so deep-rooted in the hearts of the people had the object of this entertainment taken bold, that early the gay, determined crowd began to gather. There was no failure. It was a success, one which places the Mason ic Iiodges of Kansas City on a firmer financial basis, one which reflects great credit upon the committees and managers, one' which tends to uplift and gives a lesson of what a united movement in the interest of a worthy cause can accomplish. The people de serve to ha proud of the entertain ment. The success of the committees is the pcoplo's success. The attend ance was large and appreciative. Dr. T. C. Unthank was the prime mover in this entertainment, and as a citizen Is highly respected ...

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

SHOULD co:ie to us TRADE WITH CANADA OUR NAT URAL RIGHT. Chicago Record-Herald Believe That Reasonable Reciprocity Would Strengthen Our Hold on the Mar ket of Our Northern Neighbor. In t speech In tho House, Represen tative Dalzcll if Pennsylvania an nounced "the reciprocity policy" of tho Republican party. The announce ment is a notification to the cham pions of tho "Iowa idea" that tho stand-patter propose to control anil snipe tho party policy upon tho tariff question. Mr. Dal?e!l declare J that the reci procity of tho Republican party "must l a reciprocity of protection." In oili. r words, the only reciprocity that wii he considered will he a recipro city in nor. compf tins articles. If e nr- to alur.t ankles free of duty In ei,angt- for the free admission of ci rt.i'n of our products to other conn frits the arilcles admitted must ho such as we do not produce. This Is Hie Oalell idea of "reciprocity," nnd the ope, wo are assured, for which the H putilican party will stand In the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 1 April 1904

r r The Easter of Betsy u was now painfully evident to the inhabitant! of Swampton that Betsy urown would be Irreconcilable ovei the installation of a new singing teacher in the village. Not only did he express forcibly her opinion on this subject, but Mrs. Parker, the first lady of Swampton, took It upon nerself to discuss the weighty mat ter; hence the good people were In no further doubt as to what would be the outcome. "There ain't no use a-talkln' ag'ln bout 'ttft-matter to Betsy," said Mrs. Parker. "You kin mark ray word that human power can't move or alter the bent o her mind. You know, SIstet Bingham, as well as I do. the mean In o" her no she ain't been a citizen o Swampton fur these thirty year fur everylody not to understand thai much 'bout ber make-up an' if she ain't answered a vehement 'no' to every mention o' this matter, I don't Know when she ever did." After this declaration from their leader the ladles ceased mentioning before Betsy the results of their in. relitig...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 1 April 1904

t THE BISIXG SON. tBWIfl WOODS Business Manage. Published Efry Week RISING SON HUBLISHINCCO PBDDSCimTlON BATES: Oa Tear... In mo.th. MM . .71 On noilb U wleily PM In advanc. f Ntorsd at tht 2Vmt Qir- at JTaiuM CWf, a 5coi.d CUim MaUtr. Correspondent, wanted In etsrj city tod to wd id this state. Write us. All news matter Intended for pub lication should reach our office not la tor than Tutsday, of each week and Butt be signed by the writer not for publication, but as guarantee of authenticity. -No. I 17 West Sixth Kansas City, Me. at.. Advarlitlna Rntl, for oa. 1Mb, on laacrtlon I .M fat one Inc., fch (utMquat loMrtloa. .U For two iBrkM, three monib S.UB for two lch, U mowtb (00 For two Inch, nln. month IU 00 FortwolaebM twrlv. Booths 11.09 WM. BUCHOLZ. I THE REPUBLICAN CITY TICKET. A worthy citizen, stroug willed, con-1 Ttie class of men'selected for the sclcntlous and a life Ions Republican, neveral city offices at the Republican is a nominee for police Judge. Mr. : convention las...

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. — 1 April 1904

THE RISING SON. On Thursday evening, April 21, a public meeting will be held In Allen Chapel. There will be Rood speaking on an Important subject and good singlnng. A collection will be taken up for the benefit of the Old Folks' and Orphans' Home. Win. Fairfax, Society Reporetr. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo O. H. JONES, 612 Jersey avenue. Remember please I'n the Utile blta we colloct here a it there Thai enable us to run from year to year." LOCALS. First excursion to Moberly, Sunday, April 24th. The Independent Order of Shipping Clerks run the larges excursions out of Kansas City. Go with them to Mo berly, Sunday, April 24th. $1.25 round Mr. Smith of Boonvllle, Mrs. Robert Anderson's father, came as a delegate to the Republican convention last week and spent a few days with rela tives and friends. Two rooms for light housekeplng. Inquire at 243S Flora avenue. 11.25 to Moberly and return Sunday, April 24th. Mrs. L. M. Henderson of 310 E. Cth stret Is on the sick list Mr. John H...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 1 April 1904

Mi-rccnarp I covet tho t"M lh.it Mnth Ainl itl.itno'MN iiikI Krtin thit It I farm. I long fur Hi Klliii'ilnn ilnwrv Mini- uviirh'i anx In ti ilrtnni: A Iri'.mi of tin1 imlliint trrnaurrs Thill nre mliif to h.-ivo Hint tn hntd, 1'or lln niiiKI I'm t" muriy li ith rli-hos Ami t in wedding for jewels mid gold. Tor th ffnlil In the tippling tronaes Ttinl nli Inn with n mmtiy Mhm-ii; Knr thr riilii'H In lip of i-rlmmm Ami tlu pear l tliut lit- between: l'or tht' blue In the blue of the ;pphlr In i'Vi'K lint nri" brave iiikI iit, The eyes tluil fnltiT Ht p.irllng Ainl '' th.it brim when Wo moot. Hut the rrovnn of a dnron kingdoms A ti'l thr veins of : bl.izll: mart Ainl nil of (he iiht iti'Miiitalim lloM no wealth like tlio wealth of her lnvilt. These nro the rh'hes t rnvet, The treasure of np!ilr imtoM, Anil rl.iplrn thin rillant dowry I'll m.irry for Jewels mid itolrt Collier Weekly. DOROTHY'S DILEMMA 11 IIATOKN CAllltl'TII. Copyright, fot. of l1ily Stnry PuMtthtng Company. It hum ttiu ...

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. — 1 April 1904

Miss Agnes Miller, of Chicago, speaks to young women about dangers of the Menstrual Period how to avoid pain and suffering and remove the cause by using Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. To Yocko Womex: I Buffered for six years with dysmenor rhea (painful periods), bo much bo that I dreaded every month, as I know it moant three or four days of intense pain. The doctor said this was duo to an inflamed condition of the uterine appendages caused by repeated and neglected colds. "If young girls only realized how dangerous it is to take cold at this critical tlmo, much suffering would lw spared them. Thank God for Lydia 12. IMnkliam's VcgctAttln Compound, that wrs the only medicine which helped me any. Within three weeks after I started to take it, I noticed a marked improvement in my general health, and at the time of my next monthly period the pain had diminished consider ably. I kept up the treatment, and was cured a month later. I am like another person since. I am in perfect he...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 1 April 1904

Tim MADAME BERNICH ELECTRIC HAIR STRAI6HTENER & RESTORER. Our Great 8peclal Complete WORTH riVI DOLLAR. ONLY MAfl BEAUTY OUTFIT H- RELIABLE DENTISTRY No Delay-SatiafactioftGuar&nteed-'Teeth Examined Free ..... l. Before Unlnrf Alter Vain WHY PAY OTHCRS to STHAI11HTI:N AND DHL'S VOI R HAIR. WHEN von ran (In H impii'lf, .11 your iiu it I H 'i ii', I'V the simple tin- of the Mme. Her nice treat Prepare, tlon and Comh, mIuiIi tn.ill.t ,niv inn- In Mr.nuliti'll iitnl hcantifv thrir nw n h.iir. w Hli nn It. .1,1,1,. .iu, , rv I it i lc i't iii-mm'. I Imh ii i n i l i'n .r i ir.il mil pomm ely nui lha hair lo trow raplillv, Kn,i u In, in ( ilium out. rurcs il.iii.lriilt mill all iti-M axrK of (hi. nip, rintnr i lie li.ur tun lieulthy i nii.liiititi, rt inli r.nn il soft .ni'l glo!y. Price ol Preparation SO vie. TMIJ III KNICIi I l l.tTKIC COMH W tin- ami l.y far the Ih-nI nrtlrlo of thl Htul cut uiw'iilcil, mm It iIim ,i;iv v. nil tn.it . i :v!i i ng, lniruuig ami iiniialiir.il upi...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 8 April 1904

It Pays to Advertise In the Rising Gon VOLUME IX. WABASH RUNS DIRECT INTO WORLD'S FAIR. OREAT RAILROAD LANDS PASSEN GERS IN THE GROUNDS. There la an old Baying that "All Roads Lead to Rome." This seems to be especially applicable to the coming Exposition at St. Louis. There never was a time In the history of railroading when such keen and active competition existed as at the present time over the transporatlon of passengers Into that city. Folders Innumerable of every class In the highest degree of art, have been printed and generously circulated by the great trunk lines of the country that enter St. Louts. One and all they are models of the printer's art and for neatness of design and vast fund of In formation, they eclipse all former of forts. While all of the great trunk lines will do an Immense business, the fact remains that the Wabash Is the potent factor of all. The Wabash Is the only line having Its own rails into the World's Fair grounds. The main line of this great system ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 8 April 1904

A Mother1 Prayer. A siwhrnm tn pnrtli iiimp Mrsylng. Thrnugli Milli v ami wmul hihI glade. Till II ilutn-e.l on it liny intt.iKi-. Ami linn- fur h wlillr It turil. Kit It fiimi'l a mother -iKhliis With a wi'iirlni half -rnnfi -sid. That hi t' i hll.l might i-i-iis.- Its pltiylng, Ami go fur a while to net. A'! i1.iy she ha.l woikt'il unnldi'd. Whlie li.-r hti.-hanil went tn nap. An. I she iiinl n l- nu kxl the erntlle, That hi i- ihlhl lnluht full aslci-p. An l the mmheam. full of pity, Sn.il to the itmtllllt Wet. 1 ' ; 1 1 i U a slilr.lnit ii iir-ili i") It had rmnul on niotln r brrsit. A'l It tnhl tho t lie to n nmoiln nn., i h it li nael on II Join in home, Then ilioni'eil the tear In the mean. To he lout In the nei thlnK finlin. Ami the moonhe.'im -Mil to the i,'ltg, Strattrhl from the ll.aven nlove. Ami t-.iitl. .1 the i hllil on Its bo.10111 To a laml of lnllniti' love. Anil the sunhe.im. pnuid nm! hny. At the tlioiiiiht of a klmlmn ion. Look.. I In next il.iv at the window. W...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 8 April 1904

Oddities of Great Men. Shelley could spend an entire day Joining little paper boats on nay water he chanced to be near. Poor "DO EVERYTHING WELL." SAYS PRESIDENT OF C R. I. AND P. ROAD Goldsmith's "oddities and eccentrici ties" were chiefly dandyisms, and the story of his peach blossom oat Is known the world over. Montaigne had an aversion for Friday, and, while he preferred odd numbers, ho would not alt down to a table with thirteen per ions. Walking Suits. There Is nothing smarter for a walk ing or traveling suit than black and white shepherd's tartan. It does not show wear or dust, and always looks trim and neat. This little suit is made with a full plaited skirt that clears the ground by several Inches. It is laid In deep plaits that are stitched down a little war from the waist. It Is finished at the bottom with a deep hem. The jacket is a short box coat, with collar and cuffs of white broadcloth trapped with halt Inch wide bands of black velvet ribbon. There are three pockets ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 8 April 1904

THE RISING SON. UW1B VD0D8, BnsinMS Miugv. Published Etfry Week RISING SON PUBLISHINCCO rWDDSCHlITlON RATES: IN , .71 ? .. Ji oioavh. Stro Bontnt m a. MoaUi U SirtcU paid In advanc futmd at the 1'nni Cffirt at KanstuOitf, a$ .Second Via MaUtr. OorrwpoiidcnU wanted In ery clljr ens uiwd in till male. Write u. All news matter Intended for pub lication huld reach our oflloe not la tor than Tiuaciay, of each week and mutt be Digued by the writer not for publication, but a guarantee of auth enticity. m WICIi-No. 117 West Slith St Kansas City, Me. Advertising Rt, ror oaa taoh. on ln..rtluD tot on Inch, ikch ahMguvot Insertion .M for two larhM, Ihrv. numb I.UO For two lai-hf. ill nioalli IW fortwolm-h. Din month. 10 00 ortwolncbM twlv. month. 1100 It Ik denied that Kin feter of 8er via lit a prlooner under hla own horse hair sofa. Capt. Kldd. had he later, might have been stead of a pirate. lived a little a financier In- The war In the nalkans will now have to wait for spring which may bri...

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