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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 6 May 1904

3 3 .ft I " J 1. Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME IX. THE OLD FOLKS' AND ORPHANS'! HOME. The meeting held at Allen chapel last Thursday night for the benefit of the home wan by no means the success that the object alono should have war ranted. Still, the managers of the home are very grateful to those who did attend and to those who lent their assistance In other ways. One must admit that It Is very hard to secure a church for such a meeting at a time when .there Is but little by way of entertainment going on else where, yet when It Is considered that it requires $1,000 a year to meet the running expenses, keep up interest and installments on special taxes, and there Is, in addition, a debt upon the property, one can hardly bo said to expect too much when he looks for better support than was given last Thursday night. It is but another evidence that we have much more to do before we be come a factor for much good In any community. The cause Is a noble one. The work Is cond...

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. — 6 May 1904

(J fcvmnvmiifi mm HOW MUCH SHOULD WE EAT? How shall one determine how much food to ent? Too much mystery has been thrown about this subject. Iet your sensations decide. It must be kort In mind that the entire functlom of digestion and assimilation is car ried on without conscious supervision or concurrence. It should bo entirely unfelt and unknown, excepting by the feeling of "blen-etre," which accom panies and follows Its normal accom plishment. Satiety Is bad. It Im plies a sensation of fulness In the re plon of the stomnrh, and that means that too much food has been taken. The exact correspondence In a healthy animal, between the appetite and the amount of food required Is extraordi nary. As a rule, the meal, unless eaten very slowly, should cease before the appetite Is entirely satisfied, because a little time Is required for the outlying organs and tissues to feel the effects of the food that has been Ingested. If too littlo has been taken It Is easy enough to make It up nt the...

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. — 6 May 1904

Now for the Glut Tea Pot. The glass tea pot is a novelty that finds considerable favor among ex pert tea makers. These pots come from England. They are are of stout tempered glass and are delicately trimmed with bands of silver. Inside the pot Itself a hollow ball of silver rolls about, and by Its prompt acceptance of the heat of the boiling water prevents the glass from crack ing. The charm of the crystal pot lies not wholly in Its novelty or beauty, but In the fact that through Its trans parent sides the tea maker can see Just what amount of brew she haa on hand and the strength thereof. Girl's Dress. Bertha waists always are becoming to little glrla. This pretty frock shows one combined with a simple gathered skirt and Is charmingly graceful at tne same time that It Is eminently child ish. The model Is made of old pink veiling with trim ming of ecru lace bands and Is low at the neck with elbow sleeves, but the sleeves can be made long and the neck high when ever they are so desir...

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. — 6 May 1904

THEKISIXO SON. XJWIflf'ObDS Business Manager. Published Every Week RISING SON PUBLISHINCCO tTSUUSCKimoN RATES: Oaa Tear.. 1.1 DMiaih Tiree miiiitn , Ob mim lb irtetlr DKld In dnr tnttrtd at the '. Office at Karua CUf, at .vcoikI ciun Mailt r. (XirreKpwndpnU wanted In every cltjr end town id tliiti mate. Write us. All news matter Intended for pub lication should reach our cfllce nut la ter than Tiusday, (if each week and must be signed by the writer not for puuucauoD, out as guarauiee ui auto nttrlty. VFFICIi-No. 117 West 8lth St., Kansas city, mo. A.U vertialiitf Rtttas. Por oaa l-h, ona Imartlon f M or on Inch. .'h uhaequeol Inaerlloo. .SU For two larara, three raonih I.UQ Fortwo lai-be. all mootli too fur two mcne.. Din rooulh 10 00 ortwolacbw twelve month 1 00 OLDEST NECiRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE REST. $fc The paid circulation of The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu Ution of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. OUR NOBLE PRESIDE...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 6 May 1904

THE RISING SON. Wm. Fairfax, Society Reporetr. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. O. H. JONES, 612 Jersey avenue. Remember please t'a the little blu we collect here a n there That enablas ua to run from year to year." LOCALS. Andrew Smith's mother-in-law that died last week was 107 years old. Mrs. Hermdon will be assistant to N. C. Cruse, clerk of the police court. All of the school children are hav ing their pictures taken for the world's fair. Mrs. George Moose's house was robbed last Friday evening of a dia mond ring. Mrs. J. 8. Harris, at 1111 Campbell, is very sick. It Is hoped that she will recover soon. Try an Ice Cream Cocktail, or a Lemon Glace at McCampbell's 20th Century Drug Store. Mrs. Denny, the dressmaker, has moved with Mrs. Hawkins, 11th and Highland avenue. Mrs. S. C. Rogers has returned from St. Louis, where she went to attend the funeral of her brother. Jenkins and Son and Nine Bee will play at the Association park Sunday. Game called at 3:30 p. m. Richard Fullb...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 6 May 1904

LOOKING UPWARD. 0, ! hi'l.ivod. I Bin in-nlcht. etitK lily ui- Uian it should he For litre tho'iKlit nf t tl ulcntlv Soim ' -iw I ( 1 1 i1 1 1 I Mint- ini.iKc n :ul the 1 iff ;t . P. th. re :i'u!,t more mured In thy s.t'.t T!i:.:- i: w.irm woman l,ie. id it'.vt It II,."; Si!- ..r :i'-r!fVe or ref;itv t'f ttitv .'!.!''ti.'i.itiMir. i,.; nisht. 1. t !'." in, y tin r ti.iiin' tl.ii l.iiif, that M .- ' il tn.iy rail tiieo In her pec-ret ! I ' .' lit. i.r I'll'ii.l. or nusht-t do not i ii i F It ! . :lr :i that 1 would f-ireijo. J'ut i )i. ;i;,i i.iil tine l...v ii.siln. I know. IVe.it.fc 1'iv M---s on tliv fur nu.! h-ilr KN.i linker, in l.ipl'UKi'll . r-rr ". to 2 cvt-jr' t---- "Rose Cottage," said Molly rase, "That' It. I could cry wlim I think It otiuht to lie tiilne!" Two girM liiul dismounted from tlu-ir bicycles, niul stood staring at lor.c. low. ivy-civiTcil cottage. The In inclosing Its garden was (lotted with v:M roses, and tin' air was alive with sounds of summer. "Thi'ti did o...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 6 May 1904

ONE DOLLAR WHIAT. Western Canada's Wheat rtatda Pre. due Ite Magnificent Yields Free Oranta of Land to Settlers. The returni ot the Interior Depart ment show that the movement of American farmers northward to Can ada ta each month affecting larger areas of the United States. Time was, are the Winnipeg Free Press, when the Dakota, Minnesota and Iowa fur nished the Dominion with the main bulk of Its American contingent. Last Tear, however, forty-four atatea and districts were represented In the of ficial atatement as to the former resi dence of Americans who had home steaded In Canada1: The Dakota still Bead the list, with 4.006 entries, Min nesota being a close second with 8,887, but with the exception of Alabama and Mississippi and Delaware every tate In the Union supplied settlers who. In order to secure farms In the fertile prairie country ef Canada, be came citizens of and took the oath of allegiance to, the Dominion. Last year no less than 11,841 Americans entered tor homestead ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 6 May 1904

O O TO T M EC IBarbcr Shop LN'EEDA SHAVE AND HA'R CUT. C. A. KVANS 107 I Uli, K.tn.a('.ity, Mo CHAS. T. WATTS, TEACHER. OF Violin and Piano. G. M. at A., 11. F. Adams, 615 East I 10th st., Kansas City. In.trii.-tor Imiwrl.il Han.l un.! Orohftra. G. I. G., Geo. A. Donaldson, Paris, Ics'.ruilloL bawl on Conservatory Methods ! Mo wh.hi K.it i-iiM-i.AU. j G O. O , Geo. M. West, 101 E. Buck- ! hardt st., Mol.erly. i PecrtMary and Treasurer, Beneflcl- I ary Hoard, Dr. V. P. Curtis, Ho9 Mar 1210 Highland Avenue. ! vt .t.. st. Louis. Trlrnhnne 4642 Grav. , Unexcelled Service VIA TO POINTS IN Missouri, Arkansas, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia, Florida AND THE SOUTHEAST. AND TO Kansas, Oklahoma, Indian Territory, Texas AND THE SOUTHWEST. THi F.moiis Health and Pieasuri Resorts, EUREKA SPRINGS AND HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS, Reached most conienlontir by this Route. linn ml Trln llnmeserlicrs' Ticket. t ruts it ONK KUIK ilnn J,iia .ale first ana thlnl Iiit'silajr tit .aril month. K'r il.-w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 13 May 1904

f.,;y VI '.;v '. S A V, i 1 i fi : 0 riz: - It Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME IX. THE GENERAL CONFERENCE AT CHICAGO. In Full Blast With Hundreds of Great and Good Workers In Town Great Speeches by Able Di vines and Visitors Entertain-the People. From all parts of the world are to Be found representative ministers in the city attending the General Conference of the African Methodist Episcopal Church, which opened Monday morn ing at 10 o'clock and will perhaps re main in session during the rest of the month of May. The opening was impressive, and was participated in by fully GOO delegates. The delegates formed line in the lecture room of Qulnn Chapel, and headed by Bishop Henry McNeal Tur ner, D. D., LL. D.. marched to the au ditorium and the opening followed. "Before Jehovah's Awful Throne" was the opening hymn, led by Bishop B. F. Lee, and the opening prayer was made by Bishop Wesley J. Gaines, D. D., of Atlanta, Ga. "We have met here this morning in keeping with the law...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 13 May 1904

Gcwn for Short Woman. A certain very rich American wom an living abroad went to her Parts dressmaker last fall nnd asked him to make her n becoming gown. "I look short in everything," said she, "anil very stout. Make something which will become my style well." The nan dressmaker thought and thought and finally ho achieved a gown which, when put on. answered the purpose nduiiratdy. It lengthened the woman and made her look more slender. Thl pown, which wa.s made cf taffeta, wan nearly four Inches upon the flour In front. The hack fe',1 away in a very long and very graceful line. The skirt, while it was full, was fitted around the hips and the fullness all came In down below. The result was charming. Nine Gored Walking Skirt. Walking skirts that provide gener ous fulness and flare and yet are snug over the hips make the latest and most graceful shown lustrated la ad mirable In every way. and means comfort to the wearer as well as style. As shown It Is made of tan- The model II- colore...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 13 May 1904

V THE THOWBA'BOVR OF SPTUfG From out his esstle girded fait By hota In steel arrayed, A knlirht n look of longlna caat To note aome algn of aid. And while he aaied with anxloua faa 'cr leaguered vale and moor. Before the caaeeient atayed hla pace An errant troubadour. Hla cloak waa blue, hla tnlen waa true, Hla voice waa aweet and gay: In vain would hostile trumua outdo Hla gallant roundelay. "Pluck heart," he aang, "From fold tnl field. The alere will lift anon! Brave tiding bear I, of relief, To watchera worn and wan!" He anng hla aong. largest ha took Of fre'ly given crumlia. And onward paaaed and now each nook With Joy and gladnesa humnl Already hack the forces press That with their might Immure! The wlnter'a lines relnx! Uod blcaa The bluebird troubadour! Edwin L. Babln In Leslie's Weekly. MY LADY From the German My Lady Disdain, was a brilliant, queenly southern Rtrl. She was motherless; had a father who only lived to give her One clothes to wear and splendid horses to ride. S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 13 May 1904

TIIK RISING SON. UWlS'lTOODS Business Maaagwr. Published Errry Week RISINOSON HUBL1SHINGCO The Great May Sale 'tfUMSCKIlTKiN KATES: n m .w it On. Tear. Sji moatha fire month On. month Su-lctl; pnl,l In advance BnUrtd al Vie Vt Ojfirt at Kama ltj, a Sicoud Ckim Matttr. OnrrcHpoiideDU wanted In pTery city and town tu tlii Htato. Write u. All new matter intended for pub llcattun should reach our otlice nut la ter than Tilt clay, of each week and mutt be sinned by the writer not for publication, but a guarantee of auth-ntiritT. fFICIl-No. 117 West Sixth t., Ktni City, Mo. m..mt u. ... a Adverliiinu Rntri, for ontih. on Iniortlnn $ M or one inch, eaeh aulayul Insertion. Al For two lacfcea, thren m.wuti I.ug furtwo Inrhf , ill month (no Foilwolni'lm, hIiik month luuj To two Inc-ljoa twelve month l.Qo OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE REST. The paid circulation of The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly n...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 13 May 1904

1. .4 "it it 1' .1 ::( ' V-'- . THE RISING SON. Win. Fairfax, Society Reporetr. A. W. Walker, Agent, ixlnRton, Mo. O. H. JONES, C12 Je.sey avenue. Remember please t'g tlie little blu we collect here a n there That enublea ua to run from year to year.' LOCALS. Mrs. Av Miner is still ill. Andrew Smith's mother-in-law that died last week was 107 years old. Andrew Smith is not able to be out yet. Mrs. J. S. Harris, at 1111 Campbell, is very sick. It is hoped that she will recover soon. N. C. Crews spent a few days in Chicago at the general conference. Try an Ice Cream Cocktail, or a Lemon Glace at McCampbell's 20th Century Drug Store. Ed Lewis and Eli Harris and mem bers of O. I. F. spent last Sunday in Atchison. Richard Fullbrig is very sick and is at John Sleuntze's, C23 Washington. We hope for him a speedy recovery. One nice furnished room for rent at 1708 Washington for light housckeep ing or to gentlemen. For fine wedding invitations, calling cards, etc., call on The Graham Rhode P...

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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. — 13 May 1904

tWTH THE MOULD'S BEST A POLITELY DISOBEDIENT. Twenty year nco a famous Ameri can millionaire, speaking of his un ruly anj pampered little ion. salil with a untie: "Ye. Harry 1 ft politely disobedient l'oy." Tho other day, after n ili.scrari'ftil career extending ovir two continents, that hoy was placed behind tho bars, a prisoner of Justice. 11; polite disobedience was but th.' m.'.I (if future lawlessness. Obedient e Is tmt only tho Soldier's first tlt'.ty, as wo hnve been told, but the first and must Important duty of all of ns; and the place to learn it is In the h'Miio; and tho time, when we me children, s.iys Robert Webster .lor.cs in the Hou-oko.'p. r. The dan pi r of lie , The ice of dlsoliedl nee Is i.. it cn::fiiil to tho children of tho ri' !i all no. It is a constant ni- iiace in homes of all prudes of Soci 'ly. N' troaler hiiim call lie done to a c!::id than to permit him to lie disi li.'d . t, o.'iior politely or Im politely. T!'.' :o nro many troubles laid up f ir 1. :...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 13 May 1904

Miss M. Cartledge rives some helpful advice to young girls. Her letter is but one of thousands which prove that nothing is sot helpful to young girls who are just arriving at the period of womanhood as Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound "Dbab Mat. Pinkhaii: I cannot praise Lydia E. Pinkam'a Vegetable Compound too highly, for it is the only medicine I ever tried which cured me. I suffered much from my first menstrual period, I felt bo weak and dizzy at times I could not pursue my studies Tilth the usual interest My thoughts became sluggish, I had headaches, backaches and sinking spells, also pains in the back and lower limbs. In fact, I was sick all over. "Finally, after many other remedies had been tried, we were ad Vised to get Lrdla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and I am pleased to say that after taking it only two weeks, a wonderful change for the better took place, and in a short time I was in perfect health. I felt buoyant, full of life, and found all work a pastime. I am...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 13 May 1904

1VEN AWAY Our Croat Special Complete WORTH riVi DOLLAR. ONLY ell BEAUTY OUTFIT 1 WORTH HVi DOLLAR. 00 99 ! Tlie 11"r. n' Wrrvtnrs nf the t.niiMiiiin 1' : T t hi M' S-,l: l.ir I '.'III I ',.tl,i;iny Will Mi't .!' iiM 41 ifT- t :yti.in of 'iii.h'iii. wlilcto w... he ).n-..-t:lcil In it litirctv. to the pt r . w t s'-H I-u u cnri-cc cllttiutc of the I X At T iii!iit r f p:ii 1 :iitu:Nniii, tn tlm rii.rm IVhcIiino K. v Mttim. which i ii- t.'-l .it '. I."i. .V-r.l .nun tin 1 ft th- i, (In. ' t'TiHI .Villi IT 1! 1 '"4. Ml.ill ill Tin otto .ili'l'i'i'il til '.It:' t'.i el :n I l.llllltMT. ill'' ll:.'!icv . .t '!'!. IiM t'ii' i ll'' ttlmC'ti.U ;4 I '.-.: i nr: i'l i t .rente. 'I lit. imi:.!.ii j i !..., tut' ;i It!. n.'li'lli .'III Inrtut... 1 : 1 Si ; i ,r .. la tn iktmr '. . I. tn) i ;'i-r i. t" ii.Hcrt-e iiml , .-r S.'lllt'tdr (nlM-. ,.f ! nt ..is I'alr. Thee ! i i it If : tin !-..lll Sonvi'nlrfdiii. of Ailml.slnn tire of artNtlo Hii l Htriprluli (1f.mil. urn Invuluiihli' un Iliollicnlii...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 20 May 1904

1 A '.yi If Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME IX. BOOKER WASHINGTON. BOOKER WASHINGTON. At the General Conference, Discourses on the Race Question and Ex horts the People to Do Something. Praises the Methodists. Booker T. Washington spoke to the General Conference the other after noou a few minutes and said some good tilings. He was received gladly and greatly applauded during his speech. He said in part: "Your church represents the highest effort yet reached by our people in the direction of organized religious effort. It has been said that individually the Negro is strong, but organically, weak. You have proved that he Is not only successful as an individual, but as an organization. We must demonstrate more and more to the world that we are not only successful in religious organizations, but have ability to succeed la business and commercial directions. We are going to be Judged more and more In tho future not so much by our ability to make abstract arguments, and to attr...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 20 May 1904

Girl's Sailor Costume. No little tills wardrobe Is nulte complete without a sailor costume. It Is simple yet smart, fashionable Bin! oeiiiiortable In one and to be com mended from very point of view. This ntH- allows a hob o of a plain blouse or the nppMi'.l yol.e and Is made with out an opening in tin- hio'isc, simply drawn on over tlio head. As shown the ln:' i i.U I- blue sen:"' with shield of white ainl handing of I'miil. hut vhlto ht;i' ami Minimi arc correct ns we'll lis l! i" arnl for tin1 farm days linen nt .1 cotton fabrics will lie worn. Tho sailor tie is both graceful ami charac ten-tie ami is made of soft blue silk. Tho co-rimo on-l-ts of the body ''ling, laf-'l to form tlio shield, skirt ami blouse. The body lining I smooth ly fitted hi.i1 closes at the Imck with the full gathered kirt that Is joined to its lower edge. The Mouse Is shaped by means or shoulder and under-nrtn scams and is fated to form the yoke while its mil; is finished with the big collar, its lower edg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 20 May 1904

Evils of Eating Alone There are aome few happily dispos ed individuals, Bays the London Lan cet, who can dine alone, and not eat too fast, nor too much, nor too little. .With the majority it Is different. The average man puts his novel or his paper before him, and thinks that be will lengthen out the meal with due deliberation by reading a little with, and more between, the courses. He will Just employ his mind enough to help, and too little to Interfere with! Indigestion. In fact, he will provide that gentle mental accomplishment which with happier people conversa tion gives to a meal. This Is your soli tary's excellent idea. In reality he becomes engrossed In "what he Is reading till, suddenly finding his chop cold, he demolishes it In a few mouth futs; or else he finds that he Is hun gry, and paying no attention to the book, which he flings aside, he rushes through his food as fast as possible, to plunge Into his armchair and litera ture afterward. In either case the lonely man m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 20 May 1904

THE RISING SON. UWlFVOODa BncM Miiutg. Published Erry Week RISING SON PUBLISHINCCO rbX'USCHllTION KATES: On Yir. in oKith fire nixntlu On month B M . .IS . U amrtlj paid In sdrnnre lrd a fir I'ntt Otfic at Kan$u City, at Stcoi.d l'lu Matter. (Xrrpoii(lenU wanted In eary city tod town iu tltirt otatc. Write u. All news matter Intended for pub- tllAf.liin nhnnlii f!iii i,u ..rtl.tn 1. Ir than Tutl1v. of each week and ! must be signed by the writer not for publloatioD, but as guarantee of auth nficltT. '.'FFICIl-No. 117 Woat Slsth St., Kansas City, Mo. mm!- - 1 Auvf rimna Hittva, for on t.-h. hub lnrtti.n M Fur on. Ineli. v. h .ul.rijunt ln.rrtlon u F T two iwkfn, ihr' monili t oo f.t two lsrii, ail month K f r two in. hu, rilno month. ivit) o two loeliw triv umntn. HOD OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE REST. The paid circulation of Thu Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. ( apt. ('has. Yon...

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