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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 8 April 1904

THE RISING SON. Win. Fairfax, Society Reporctr. , A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. Q. H. JONES, C12 Jersey avenue. Remember please I'ltbe little blu we collect here n there That enables ui to ran from jresr to year." LOCALS. Hurrah for Neff. Mrs. J. Silas Harris Is on the sick list. Miss Goldle Steward Is well out and Sunday, April 24th will be a big day in Moberly. Prof. CreHham has returned from St. Louis. 1- first excursion to Moberly, Sunday, April 24th. Mrs. Marie Shelton Is very ill at 1318 East 14th. St. Excellent music was rendered at Al len Chapel, Easter Sunday. $1.25 to Moberly and return Sunday, April 24th. Mr. A. O. Howard Is now at his new home, 1713 East 11th. st. Mrs. Martha Cooper, of GGC Troost is very much improved. Mrs. Mary Akers, of 673 Troost are., had a very painful accident, but we are glad to state that she is much im proved at this writing. When the collector come around don't forget to tell him your troubles He don't have many but some men do, but we h...

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 April 1904

I Day and Th Innocent, invert liny Ik ilrad )aik N!(.ht h.ith uliiln hi-r hi hor td. l Moor nrw :i tltrvi to kill us to wed; l'ut mil 11.0 liglit, auld li. A ncclrr Usht than ever rnrcd )"rom . t.ir of luMVori or ryv of mnlil ll.tt vmilsliril In tin- unknown i-liudo, -Mii' n Uvml, nlic'a drutl, ald hi'. Now, In a IM, sivl oftor-mooil Tin" tnwny NlKht uli still to drooil I'jol) tllf il.l ll-lltfltf Wlli'tl III) WOOVll - 1 woulil xl.u llvi-il, said lie. P(;r mfiiwi-l's of hnpplfr times, t f IovImij 'l''' il.i ntiil Iovith' rhymos Tl-rornt r.it It In siilvt-ry puntoinini, -Cuii.v b.uk, O l'a I vat. I Ittv Sidney I.anler. 4 A DISASTER AT Uy LTNN HO lit MKKKIN. CwijKt. lai, tf Pally Story "I hiurli ;:i KuHlctfsh Vera bad. Kes in not ao?" "It is a very ilifllcult language," sho responded. "So, Ko. lit oes like 70 noa rut goes dls way and zot, vut-vut you calls It!" "Clioiy," she replied. "Si, si, at In what you calls my Englocsh-- choppy." "You arc mistaken, t called It nothing (f tiio Ki...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 8 April 1904

We Base rot arable eeae Talc Milk Crust Scalled Head and Eczema had illvJIi feet Cured by Mi wltii And gentle anointings with CUTICURA OINTMENT, purest and sweetest of emollients and greatest of skin cures. It means instant relief and refreshing sleep for tor tured, disfigured, itching, and burning babies, and rest for tired, fretted mothers, when all else fails. fin Ami ot Ckorolala Coajad lMlia. lit. er vial M at (jlnlmenl, tv.. Soap, tar. DttMrtai I Addon. St ckerttr. kouM a.. , r-aria. t tut .a la I all i Boetae, l t'oltiaakee A.a. Cutlet lira a Ckaa. Car.., kola I'roerlators. mr tea lot Mlow in Care Ktety Hamor." rvr. r tHo sfetaT' WABASH ST. LOUIS "WORLD'S FAIR ROUTE" ONLY LINK TO WOmLO'0 FAim MAIN KNTmJkNCK. Five Dally Trains from Kansas City. Shortest Line. Ask Your Acat for Ttckru Ofar tbe WABASH B. C SHIF.LUH, Trsv. Pas. A(Lt, U S. MoCLKLLAN, Wa(. Psas. Aft Kasssb Citt, Mo. The LANKFORD HUMANS llorso Collar It li anttm-SMad, antlha.n(t II alll pUlv!jrciira and pravvni (ill...

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

i : THE MADAME BERNICB ELECTRIC HAIR STRAIGHTENER & RESTORER. Our Great Special Complete WORTH PIVI DOLLAR. ONLY C( fl BEAUH OUTFIT?2 HARMLESS-RELIABLE-SUPREME RELIABLE DENTISTRY No Delay-Satisfaction GuarartteedTeeth Examined Free eel v Before Ualnat After Uelner 1 .;HV PAY OTHHRH TO STAKlHTi:N AND DRrS YOl R HAIR, WHEN yon run do It w n irvt'K. .it your own Iuhmo, hy the Kimile use of the Mmt, He mice treat Prepare, ttnn and Comb, wlmh cn.ibU s .inv mif In sir.uithlcii nml bciinnfy tlirir m n hair. ith no I n 1 1 iir .mil vitv little rxiMMio. This marvelous reiar.iltiit positively causae the hair to icmw rapidly, n'i'i n (nun f.illitnr Kill, cures thimlriiiT iiml hII ilisenses of Hit1 srnl, rcstor inii iIh' i i.i i r Ma lunltliy nimlnioii. rvmlvriiiK it solluml k I ussy. Prke ol Preparation 50 tU. THi: lll KNICi: IXIXTUIC COMB In tin- safest nml l.v far the lM nrti le of this kind imt imcnifil. an It iIimi nw.iv nil that mun liinn, luirtitnar anil nnnaliir.il appcunince mi (te...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 22 April 1904

If Pays to Advertise lnthe Rising Son VOLUME IX. Principal R. T. Coles, organizer of most practical and successful educat IMPOSING EXERCISES AT GARRI SON SCHOOL Unveiling of William Lloyd Garrison's Picture An Excellent Program Rendered. A few weeks ago Principal R. T. Colea, of the Garrison school, received a letter from Mr. Francis Jackson Gar rison, of noston, son of William LJOyd Garrison, Inquiring if the school was named for his father. On being In formed that It was, he sent him a largo portrait of his father and fivo handsome volumes of his father's life for the Garfison School library. The boys In the manual training depart ment framed the picture, and on Fri day afternoon a large crowd of pations and friends joined with the children in appropriate exercises when the picture was unveiled. It was one of the most Impressive as well as Instructive meet ings ever held in the school. Many in the audience shed tears when the speakers referred to our benefactor and how he suffered...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 22 April 1904

mm a- 1 'H-A. - Wj9 " Eating Our Mortel Alone. Ty Hi I'.i.hi.m. if tvrrv hiuI Hiitioo. J.1. Ml: 1M "If 1 h.ive nil. n int nuir.'l nletu:" flu- .'Itri.ll.'li ...ke III K.'OMI. Wh.it w.miI I lie mink of tin' church, were In1 Htii.nn ithi'iuti.m hits", fxiimn. C.Mlii'nn I'hiixlli . with koiiI unfed. i lu.e IN- ,'luiit'li iiilnirnt is (tillivss of hr, ii. I K.itn.g Iht nnrl atone? I am n i!. t tor alike to the Jew and the Tho miKhlv np.t!. rrled: Ti'iiiKiiiii oiiIIm, ni. s,.uN t.i seek, hr Hi,- ,.r ,,f . n in iili il. "tut l,n. itiiIuiIi i nine,, twve sped: MiIIi.'Iib nr.. rmiilliliiK- wo ttuo broad, 1'ut wo cut our tnnr,'! Htonc. Rvrr of them who hnve tnrciot dower Shnll ti."i,-n i, ..pure tli. m'r Ow l nitl.K ii,-,., ki.ilr.lK.. power, eon fli.tn li, ii,. t,t hor. Aii. I t t. wrt In our rm have nld. C.iv,- tin. ,iivo ux oiir Hi tint 111 md." lit r tut our iiuiimI alone. "frulv. it o hue received, no Rive," 11.- I'l.tr. hn hnth Blv n u till 11. li ill thr n.Mil in un limner live, I'inf...

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

m MHTi Not so old by fort? yean St. Augustine, the rival city south of tbe 8t. John of the South, but yet much older In Its varied and glorious ex perience, Is this city, Port Royal, aorth of the St. John's of the North. Twenty times have hostile forces made attack upon its fortifications, while again and again Its defenders have gathered and waited with bated breath threatened attacks that never came. Ten regular sieges the old fort has suffered, and three times It has been captured. Tossed back and forth like a hand ball between the French and English while those nations were at war. It Weapons of Anelent Warfare. yet was granted no secured peace when there was respite from lighting In Europe. The hostile approach, the hasty summoning for defense, the fa' al strife of battle represent that which Is roost conspicuous In its his tory. for a century and a half. What wonder, then, that the plowshare not Infrequently turns out of these his torlc grounds ancient arms, frag uicnts of she...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 22 April 1904

THE RISING SON. LEWIS WOODS Business Mattg. Published livery Work RISING SON PUBLISHINCCO WSDHSCKHTION UATKS: Oaa Tof. OH j nmaUm .6 f 'ir month. M On month is Strictly pall In adtiinre tord at the 'nut Cfi.-e a Jf atum LtJ, at Stwt.d Ohm Matter. Oorre pondcnt wanted in eery city tod town m thirt mate. Write us. All news matter intended for pub lication should reach uur office not la ter than Tiksday, if choIi week and mutt be signed by the writer nut (or publication, but as guurauiee of auth enticity '.'FFICEt-No. 117 West Sixth St., Kansas City, Mo. gg-UJ - - 1 . L-t Advertising Rntca, Par on. la-h, on. tnfrtlni) $ M or on Inch, i ch mlnw ynml In.erllon. J For two lofce, ihir moftih I.uo for two li'hr, month a 00 Firtwiltu-h, nlii month luiw For two IncliM twolv month CD OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE REST. The paid circulation of Thh Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. THE RACE PR...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 22 April 1904

THE RISING SON. Win. Fairfax, Society Reporetr. A. V. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. Q. H. JONES. . 612 Jersey avenue. Remember pleune I' the little bit wo collnct hnr n n there That enublut ui to run from year to year." LOCALS. Mr. R. C. Craddock, of St. Joe, Mo., Is in the city on business. Invitations are out for the Clover Leaf ball April 2Cth. The Rising Son will contain the full program next week. Mrs. Ella Davis, 714 Charlotte, is on the sick list. 924 Wyandotte street is tho place for a first class meal for 15c. FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE OLD FOLKS' AND ORPHAN'8 HOME. An interesting program will bo ren dered at Allen Chapel, Thursday even ing, April 28th, as follows: 1 Invocation Rev. E. R. Vaughn. 2. Introductory Remarks Rev. 8. W. Bacote. 3. Chorus Allen Chapel Choir. 4. The Philadelphia Home and Some Noble Examples of Self-Sacrifice Its Sake Dr. Sophia Jones. 5. Solo By a little girl, First Con- , grcgatlonal church. 6. A Few Practical Hints Rev. Father Harper. 7. Solo, by a l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 22 April 1904

Hnu Grmj ufam. Hcfr' l v i Sometimes, Dear Little Ones, Pometlnv. (tir llltlo one. t wnmh'r why joii riimo to mc; Siirocllrai'". dear 1 1 1 1 1 one, I wonder what my strength would be If lod hud not w-nt yog to Khar Whatever trhinih.i 1 limy win, If you hint t:t tieen rnt to tear The li:imi" If 1 ili'i'i ml to sin Hotm-llmes. dear little one. Sometime. ij.nr little one Doiilit mmi'ft In moek me hltterly; Hometime. dear little imc, I hem- Temptation mlllnit me. If you IihcI not been eent to reap The crop I kow. the wheat or tares, 1 wonder If I might lint weep Ai wenklltig ilo IwiiPiilh their cares- Hometuno.i, dear lilt lu on". 8. E. Klser. AT THE YACHT CLUB If S. H. "I miss Rivers most of nil at this yacht club," remarked Sanderson, regarding t ho menu with bored Im patience, "lie always knew Just how to order a dinner." "Some of us eat." assented Mac rtiail, sadly, "and some of us dine. Poor Rivers dined." "And wined," put In Barlow, brisk ly. "Dear me, what suppers we have had to...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 22 April 1904

'Young women may avoid much sickness and pain, says Miss Alma Pratt, if they will only have faith in the use of Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Judging from the letters aha b receiving from ao many young girls, lira. Pinkham believes that our glrla are often pushed altogether too near the limit of their endurance now adaya in our public school and semin aries. Nothing la allowed to Interfere with atudiee, the girl must be pushed to the front and graduated with honor ; often physical collapse follows, and it takes years to recover the lost vitality, often it ia never recovered. V las Pratt ays, "Dkab Mm. PmsoAMS I feel it my dutv to tell all yountr women bow much Lydlie E. Pinkltam's won derful Vegetable Compound baa done for me. I waa completely run down, unable to attend school, and did not care for any kind of society, but now I feel like a new person, and have gained seven pounds of flesh in three months. "I recommend it to all young women who suffer from female weak ness."...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 22 April 1904

O O TO T M E ffiarber Shop I'NEEDA SHAVE AND HA'R CUT. C. A. liVANS lor i:.f.t i K.mvi!t:iy, m CHAS. T. WATTS, TEACHER. OF Violin and Piano. Instructor Imp-rial Han.! an. Orchestra. Instruction Ii.imvI on I onsen story ftfclaodt wm re roK i ik ci.au. 1210 Highland Avenue. Telephone 4642 Cray. Excellent Service to points in Missouri, Arkansas, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Florida Jind the Southeast, and to Kansas, OKlohoma, Indian Territory. Texas Jind the Southwest. i 1 I'.l ti...ii! ti hi I'i ex. ur It .111 !.. 1 . ii . . turin:.lir.l ' James DonoAutf, A ...tui: i. 1.1. I'lsMi.Kcr Acut, K 'i. .1. l ily. M.i. THE TRAIN SERVICE OF THE MIS SOURI PACIFIC. The four flyers Unit Icavo Kansan lily 1 nlon d'iot dally for St. Louis and all points Kast-no.o tfao lravlnBj tiim:: 10:10 a. in., 1:10 p. in., 0:13 p. in. and 10:4.-, p. 111. No othor lino from. Kansas City offers to tho traveling' public such train service via St. Louts. I Nolo tho new departure of tho fast, mail at 1:10 p. ni....

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 29 April 1904

IT. i 1 I .-..i : ,i ft i ,'..a 1 If Pays to Advertise In the Rising Gon VOLUME IX. Miss Emma Smith of this city who has fur the pant two years been a member of the Blind Boone Concert Company, had her first opportunity of appearing before an audience of her home people on Wednesday evening at Allen Chapel. Tho reception she re. reived at their hand was eminently fitting to one of her rare talent and most highly gratifying to her many personal friends. The marriage of Miss Anna May Long to Mr. Edward Gillam took place at the Vine street church on Tuesday night, April 19. at 8 o'clock. The Rev. Thomas H. Ewing performed the cere niony MIhb Carrie lxng was maid of honor. Misses Myrtle Jackson and Clara Wilson were the bridesmaids. Mr. Ed Hayes was the best man, as "Vi'sted by Messrs. Joseph McCarty and .lames Ford. The bride wore a wnlte Persian lawn, trimmed in white lace, and carried American beauty roses. The bridesmaids wore white dresses and carried white roses. The groom and bes...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 29 April 1904

FILIPINO A STUDENT NOT FIT FOR SELF-GOVERNMENT, SAYS JUDGE TAFT. Me I Opposed to Any Move Which Would Encourage Their Desire for Independence Grave Responsibility nests on American Voters. me 1 nuippines independence con mittoe to which Secretary Taft re fi'ircil In hi speech at Chicago, con fists, as ho paid, of "a number of ex cellent ami prominent gentlemen.1 Anions the mem tiers are nearly a doz en university presidents. Including El lot of Harvard, Schurman of Cornell, Jordan of Inland Stanford, Jr., King of Olierlln. and Alderman of Tulane at New Orleans. We select these names because they afford convincing evl dence that mcnibershlp Is not confined to any small section of the country Aside from that, the appearance of the name of the president of Cornell In the list Is peculiarly Interesting be cause of Ir. Schurman's service on one of the Philippines commissions. Another member Is Judge George Cray of Pelaware, who Is supposed to have done some violence to his own opinions w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 29 April 1904

The Abiding Record. A nan of Nineveh wrote oa bricks or clay. Fire-tried end hardened, to preserve hla fame: But nothing of hie record'e left to-dajr To atlr mini pralaea or evoke Dia oiam. A man of Memphis heaped great pile of atone. That memory of his deeds might never die: But changing year that record have un done And made It barren to the human eye. A man of Galilee wrote on the sand, Sad-faced and thoughtful, recking not of fame; And, lo! the world still has His mes sage, and The nations know and reverence Hla namel Chicago Inter Ocean. The Element of Life. "If Christ be not risen, our faith la vain." Without the resurrection, the gos pel would be no message of hope or Joy nothing but a poem of sorrow, a heartrending tragedy. We have our glad Raster day because he rose, "bringing truth and Immortality to light." Easter turns our thoughts from the cross to the throne; from the darken ed earth of the crucifixion hour to the dawning of that heaven which the final triumph of truth...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 29 April 1904

THK HlSt.(t SON. LEWIS WOODS BamnfM Manager. Published tvrry Week RISING SON HUBLISHINCCO 'M'Hs.t'lUITIDN KATES: Omt Ter .... 1 .1 o.oth trr month Od month . it Sirtctlf p.tM 1n dno al fV '.f Ojfi-$ at ffanmw Oily, a -VrtH.J t'!M Matttr. Correspondents wanted In every city tod town iu tliiK state. Write us. All news nutter Intended for pub lioatluu should reach our office not la tor th;D Tu. Sclav, of each week and must be -tinned by the writer not for publication, but as guarantee of auth sntieitv, 'JfFICEl No. 117 West Sixth St., Kiwmi City, Mo, Adve itialiiK Rntei, for on t-h. on Insertion f W For rnf inch, rrh ariMgnnl Inwrtlun. Ju for two !acki, ihrw mmnh I.uu Fi'Mwo iseiip., ! month Id) fcirtwolni'hm, nli.o anuntlm Iu () or two Im'lioa twelve uiunths IS uD CLDEST Nb(iNO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THU Rl:ST. ifc The paid circulation of Thk Rising Son . niii' half yearn from now. tlefore the 1 destruction anarchy wilt hold sway. ! Thorp wil bo famine and epidemics. Co...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 29 April 1904

THE RISING SON. Wm, Fairfax, Society Reporetr. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo Q. H. JONES, 612 Jersey avenue. Remember please t'a trie llttleblu we collect here a n there Tbatenublea ua to run from year to jrer." LOCALS. Mr. A. V. Minor of 244C Flora Is on the sick list. Mlsg Pearl Harton, 1824 Madison avenue, Is quite Indisposed. Try an Ice Cream Cocktail, or a Lemon Glace at McCamphcH's 20th Century Drug Store. Mrs. Denny, the dressmaker, has moved with Mrs. Hawkins, 11th and Highland avenue. The Blind Boone Concert Company will repeat Its entertainment at Sec ond Baptist rhurch on Friday evening, May 13th. Admission will be 25c and 33c. C. B. Ford, brother of Kirk Ford, this city, came through here with Sell's Circus and had to leave tne show for the time being on account of, sickness, but will join them again soon. V r w, ncvumy iiitiisiiviii, vMllliy v cards, etc., call on The Graham i Rhodes Printina Co.. now located at i of Everything." Every one should read the Rising So...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 29 April 1904

.lartna eould sneak at last, ahe utter The Abh. Say' nine the clretn ntriick the tows I ve Iwn there every iluy; It s Juki the lltiifct mrrnk of luck Thai ever cuiiiv my way. First Clrnntlpn dropped around an" sea He didn't warn tu o. Hut 'eil tin-re wasn't no one els To take me to the show. On Tues.iay t'nrle Jimmy came, An" sea lie didn't rare To -e the thins: t'wna Jeat In case I wanted to go there. Then slster'a beau rame up one nlaht: It bore,l him. he had found. But thnuitht aa p'rapa I'll Ilka to ae The elephants go round. That cross old man who lives next door. He romea an' ez to Mn He had no kids. n he Would take The rlrcua Job off I'a. When Pa rame home on Saturday I hennl him a'umlilln' that He hated It like sin. but eniessed He'd hufter Like the htat. McLdiidbura; Wilson. In Now Vorlc Sun V PURSUED BY HIS SHADOW A Germ. a Tertloa mt the fraterb That ralnl Heart Never Wen a ralr Lad, "Isn't it heavenly?" she asked. "Splendid," he groaned, braclr.? his thin legs against th...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 29 April 1904

' 4 Women who work, store, office or factory, very rarely have the ability to stand the strain. The case of Miss Frankie Orser, of Boston, Mass., is interesting to all women, and adds further proof that woman's great friend in need is Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound " Dua Mrs. Pctiham : I suffered misery for several yean. Mr beck ached and I had bearing down pains, and frequent headaches. I would often wake from a restful sleep In such pain and miser y that It would be hoars before X could doss my eyes again. I dreaded the long nights and weary day a I could do no work. 1 consulted different physicians hoping to get relief, bat, finding that their medicines did not cure me, I tried Lydia E. Ptnkham's Vegetable Compound, as it was highly recomended to me. I am glad that t did so, for I soon found that it was the medicine for my case. Very soon I was rid of erery ache and pain and restored to perfect health. I feel splendid, bare a fine appetite, and hare gained in weight a lot,"...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 29 April 1904

exFSjfWTsrw. O TO T 10arbcr Shop I'NEEDA SHAVE AND HA'R CUT. C. A. 12 VANS 107 l'.of I III., Kartell Cify, Mo CHAS. T. WATTS, TEACHER. OF Violin and Piano. Instructor Imperial M.in.l and OrrhesTa. Instruction based on ConvMiitory Methods WRIT! foil fltli'CLAIL 1210 Highland Avenue. Telephone 4642 Gray. Pleasant Excellent Service to points In Missouri. Arkansas. Tennessee Alabama. Mississippi. Florida Jtnd the Southeast, and to Kansas, OKlahoma, Indian Territory. Texas Jind the Southwest. I : .1 1 ' 1 nit- mi.c.n ti .n tu rt-iirsinn dltet, nlf. tf I. II tr ,tr. i-ti . Iliitll.1,1 J '..loll 4piill- (..,11. It 1.1 ,fjmtft tonohue, A ,st,t.i.u ' ii' t.il l'.ir.rn,;i..r Agent, Katisjn City, Mo. v THE TRAIN SERVICE OF THE MIS SOURI PACIFIC. Tho four flyers that loavn Kansas 'It y I iiiiin di'iiot daily for St. Louis flt' I'nliin ilcniil ihiilv for St. t.ouis 1 I and all nititt East noto the leaving time: 10;lii n. in., 1:10 p. m., 9: 13 p. m. i and 10:4." p. in. No other line from Kansas ...

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