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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 6 March 1903

- 1 a r f Pays to Advertise lntheRIlng Gon VOLUME VIII. GLEANINGS FROM PLEASANT GREEN BAPTIST CHURCH. Located In the rear of Independence and Tracy avenues, Kansas City, Mb. Sunday school opened at its usual hour, 9; 30. Superintendent not being present, Rev. E. M. Wilson, pastor, opened, services. Secretary being ab sent, Miss Effle Taylor officiated. Les son exceedingly Interesting. Explana tion from cluster leaf, by pastor, which was nicely explained, and with inter est. Rev. H. C. Caldwell, who has been, and Is assisting Rev. E. M. Wil son in his revival, made remarks to the Sunday school, which information was very valuable. The Sunday school was nicely at tended. Regular 11 o'clock services. Congregation sang "Did Christ O'er Sinners Weap." Congregation read eleventh chapter of Luke 1:28, led by pastor. Choir entered choir box, sang "There Is a Fountain Filled With Blood." Pastor, who has been on sick list for a short time, preached a ser mon, text I. Cor. 13: 13. "And now , a...

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 March 1903

ORATORY CAST SPELL OLD ENGLISH LANDMARK MAY HAVE TO BE DEMOLISHED I N WO MANS REMARKABLE POWER OP SErV GEANT SMITH PRENTISS. TT TT W T!T St HP Mississippi's Most Famoue Adopted Son Swayed Hie Audiences at Hie Will Waa Great, Brilliant and Re eourcefut. 1J Tht Granny Muff. A great furritT having declared that this should be n season of large muffs, I In- granny muff Immediately became tho fashion. Some fortunate woman promptly visited their attics and un earthed tho muffs carried by their g-.innles tunny years ago. I'anio Fash ion, who will always pause In her rapid flight long enough to plrk up a forgotten style, saw that the granny muff was worth cultivating and tho re sult Is that every woman has one gpn tinine or otherwise. Simic of tho hand somest muffs nrp of sable, 3D Inchon rptind and half a yard wide. Others EVENINQ GOWNS Tho tlrst gown is of bluish gray mouselitio do soio, or crepe do chine made up over silk of the sumo shade and trimmed with an applique, em broidery of bun...

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 March 1903

A PARADISE ON EARTH HAPPY'MD ' HEALTHY. Monte Carlo the Beauty Spot of Europe Famous Gamblic Rooms Furnished by Nature With Most Mag. nificent Setting. A BEAUTIFUL CANADIAN GIRL SAVED FROM CATARRH OF THE LUNGS BY PE-r.U-MA. (Special Correspondence.) Jf In a little town situated In the heart of the Rock Mountains the.e dwelt a community of individuals who delved for gold and other valuables In the daytime, and at night sat around In the various places of resort, exchanging lies, or devising schemes to get rid of their hard-earned go! without recolvlng a quid pro quo. In plain language Kokomo was a mining town. A murder was committed one day, and the murderer was caught red handed, or, rather, he caught him self, for he did not try to escape, actually Bending a messenger for the sheriff, while he guarded the corpus delicti himself. It was well toward evening, and the thermometer had taken a sudden fancy to drop twenty -degrees below zero. There was absolutely no way of scape for a cri...

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 March 1903

THE RISING SON. HARRY II. GRAHAM, Editor. FRED A. TURNER, Associate Eld tor. LEWIS WOODS,"."'. httMwa MaoAgeK Published Every Work RISING SONHUBLISHINC CO srsUKSCHUTlON RATES: On Tor H f ;i month. 79 t'trrr uimittu M One muntb U Strictly pnld In dinoe Enttnd at the ',( Ojffirt at Kanms CStj, at .sni,ii ClttM Matttr. Correspondents wanted In every city ana town iti this mate. Write us. All new mutter Intended for pub lication should reach our ollii'e not In ter th.w Tutcdity, of each week and must tie signed by tho writer not for publication, but a. fc'uaranue of auth enticity, OFFICEl-No. 117 West Sixth 8t., Kima City, Mo. t , - L IM. n. AUvrrtmliiK Rtf, for on lh. one lnrrtlin W ('or one Inrli, t'nch .utwtjiiFQt Insertion. Y"t two !Brki', thn r ruotnli i.uu For two iDiliri, mi month B nu For two lrn'hr, nlnft month. UMW For two lucue. twrive month. IS 00 OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE RFST. ifc The paid circulation of The Rising Son is more than double the c...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 6 March 1903

THE RISING BOIL Wm. Fairfax, Society Reporetr. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. Remember please t'itholUtU blu we collect here an he Tbat enable! ui to run from year to year." LOCALS. Dr. Coombs was a caller this week. Prof. S. R. Dalley was a caller this week. Mrs. John Rone spent a tew days In Independence last week. Mr. James Allen Is ill at his home on the I'aaeo. Bernard Nesbltt has been on the sick list this week. , 'Mrs. Wade B. Smith has been very 111 at her home. White Church, Kas. Mrs. Holly has been suffering with lagrippe. You should have your friends and neighbors read the Rising Son. Pete Klele, Kansas City's old rella ble Jollier, Is still alive. Mrs. Wm. Gordon Is visiting friends at Belton, Mo. Mr. Wm. Spalding of Chicago is visiting friends in our city. Mrs. Mattie Casway is on the mend after a week's illness. Hattie New Robert Robs is a Jolly fellow. Watch the Son closely, you may ml 88 something. Frank Neal can tell more stories than any of the boys. Walter Fi...

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. — 6 March 1903

u - - - -.. ,.-aJ7r- I'm Ilulr (:" I. r.'.it gi n Tin' lone, narrow room, tin- only fv.tratu'o which was by a tirtii j passage behind rll I.iTop'n tobacco ! f!hP. was i.ut illmly Ilghte 1 by tho f'ar:t.); l.'.a- ef tin- filthy caudle not Into a thrvi'Piii;M candlestick In the rt.M llo of the taiilo. Hut a!thotn;h the l;g!.t only wigiiKy outlined tho fgur.s if foiirttN'ii moil nhout tho loard. It shone full upon our faces, and thowo.l aril l.i tielghbnr's rounti n Mice in the pallid :iow glow. At the li.al of tho table Fnt I'll-la.-KI. his luirly form making tho liriuty el. air In whieh ho sat croak ni.il groan, liis Maunv seemed al most gigantic In-i.I," that of tho otliis. for we mro all of sunny France hut lie. Alb! i.iuv the fata! hour had mini', V" hail rhosi n our sai rllieo. 1 1 was hated of tin- people anil must ilii. Ho ha t done mm h against the rauso of lil'i-rty. ami wo all colmod Pulaski's th roe declaration that he must suffer for his oilmen. "Wo are all hero," cnld 1'u...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 6 March 1903

4SSIW 1 TO! Many women and doctors do not recognize the real symptoms of derangement of the female orrans nntll too late. "I had terrible paint along my ptnal cord for two years and suffered dreadfully. I was riven different medicines, wore plasters t none of these thin ps helped me. Heading of the cures that I-ydla I2.1inkliams Vegetable Compound has brought about, I somehow felt that it was what I needed and bought a bottle to take How glad I am that I did so j two bottles brought me immense re lief, and after using those bottles more I felt new life and blood surging through my reins It seemed as though there had been a regular house cleaning through my system, that all the sickness and poison had been taken out and new life given me instead. I have advised doeensof mv friends to ue Lydla K. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound Uood health is indis pensable to complete happiness, and I.ydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound has secured this to me." Mhs. Laura L. Urkvkr. Crown Point, Indian...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 6 March 1903

Are You a K, of P. If Not, Why Not? Do you know that the Knights of Pythias It the strongest and most progressive order of the age? The four departments of the Order are a follows; Subordinate Lol$c. In this the members are united to care for and protect each other in Uniform Rank. In this department our young tion which they can get In no more useful citizens. Ladies' Court. In this the wives, mothers, Knights are united for the common purposes of life lindownu'.nt. In this department we are to the widows and heirs of deceased Knights. IF THERE IS NO LODGE IN YOUR LOCALITY, CONFER WITH THE DEPUTY CHANCELLOR OF YOUR DISTRICT, OR WRITE A. W. LLOYD, GRAND CHANCELLOR, 2629 LUCAS AVE., ST. LOUIS, MO., FOR TERMS UPON WHICH TO ORGANIZE A LODGE. Kansas City -to S"t. Louis. Unsurpassed service, smooth track, fast time. All trains on the Wabash run directly through the World's Fair grounds, St. Louis, in full view of all the magnifi cent buildings the Wabash is the only line that does it. Wa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 20 March 1903

It Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME VIII. THE OLD FOLKS' AND ORPHANS' HOME. Mrs. Martha Jones died at the home Sunday evening, March 8. at 8 o'clock. She was all alone In the world, but her amlabel dispoelton won true friends who stuck to her to the last. Her coming to the Home was a ben efit to her and It was a decided benefit ' to the Home, for peace attended her every action. She was grateful for all that was done for her. She set a noble example to the other Inmates, and she was kind and gentle, and patient with the children. Rev. W. H. Wheeler of the Asbmy church, andl presiding elder, J. Will Jackson, administered the sacrament to her a few days ago. Rev. S. W. Bacote spoke in a very touching manner over the remains, There was none of kin to follow her body to the grave, but eight women of the Association attended the funeral and four of these went to Union ceme tery, wheer the body was Interred. Mrs. Jones was 78 years old. MRS. I-OSEE'S ENTERTAINMENT, Through the i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 20 March 1903

TOTS OF MIXED BLOOD Interesting Study Made in Kindergarten in the Americaa Metropolis Where Little Chinese Children Are Taught Their Obedience. ("CORDING to an uno(- c tisus tho child of New York' I Chinatown number about 1"". This census was taken In t-hops. at tl.o hools and with tho ti'.V of the stray Chitu ce guides wl.o are always n ndy to give Infer t: a;:. ! ar. i lea-l -ttavgt-r to the !lf : : i i r i . i - : i: tcrot in that recu- ,.ir .ft: 1 - . f M.!i!.a;tMi. I ' i !;;;. Iron t:i. hide not only . I . ',, ri.ir.i Imt alto ivv .: ; a: i rtaco l:ih ai'.d t'a'.ii-.v. i'l:ir.i'f or Ariierl C'..r .-. It : interesting to . ::. .. f s f 1..00 The :: .r. ! train 111 toariy ic.-.m: e o r the v : : w n t , ;.'.:!: a t f if. '; . .n i.t tl.o -.mi- i'.. at d 1 1 '..'-re f . - :r..i o '! liicVu'.t to d.- :r..; ti.. i'.;ri 1-U i dud r.. att tf..rti r to flrd the ( :. w t T! r.ir.e and a r.-. i.-t n ... i i.t ' i t tur. w:'t :n .!.. Mree: the . ..: :-. r. o! .- r r. n.. : ; '.trU-t. Km- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 20 March 1903

The farmer on tandy toll Is think ing tome of following tht bended-knee practice. Year after year lees water falli to make It yield a harvest The continued dry spell Is making him pious. His lot Is becoming so serious and his face so attenuated that even the lightning-rod man passes him by. Time was when he looked across at his neighbor's low, wet ground where the frogs were playing tag and strain ing their obltgato afllutus singing fav orite sonatas, and thanked the Lord his ground was high and sandy. His crops flourished like a fair lobbyist In a senatorial ante-room while those of his neighbors were sickly and sunken In the swamp like the center of a new wife's sponge cake. He bought pat ent churns, windmills and separators nnd had a hired man to teach the calves how to drink milk out of a pall. The neighbor wore campaign patches on the concentric of his trousers and looked like Weary Waggles on his itin erary for work. Indeed, one was the representative of success, the other the...

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. — 20 March 1903

THE K1SIMJ SON. HARRY U. GRAHAM. Edit' r. PR ED A. TURNER. Assoilaie Eld tor. LEWIS WOODS .fiusiness MaaagerT Published Every Week RISING SON PUBLISHINGCO i"SUHsCKIlTION HATES: Do a fear Bft moathi Tire month Ob month IN . .i M .1 Strictly pnld In advance Cnttrtd at the I'nrt Offirt at Kan$a Vitf, as Stem,d CidM JJutttr. ""Correspondents wanted In every city and town in this state. Write us. All news matter Intended for pub lication should reach our office not la ter than Tilt eday, of each week and must be sigucd by the writer not for publication, but as guarantee of auth enticity, . OFFICEi-No. 117 West Sixth St., Kansas City, Mo. BBHg 1 JJ . , LA Artvertiliif Rntea, for ons lh. on Insertion $ SO for on Inch. frh stilwijiient liisertlon. .Hu f'or two lachf. thri' moniti ft.W For two Incur, nil month SOU Kor t wo iiu'hn, nlns month low I'or two Inches twelve uioiitha 15 00 OLDEST NECiRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE REST. The paid circulation of Tm: Rising Son is more t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 20 March 1903

THE RI8IH0 SON. ! Wm. Fairfax, Society Reporetr. ' A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. Remember please l's IDelluU blu we collect bar an ti ' That enables ui to run from year to year.' L O CAL S . How do you like the Rising Son? Mrs. Bertie Rodgers has been quite sick. Mrs. H. C. Guinn or 607 E. 10th street is sick. Mrs. Mary E. Dunn Is visiting rela tives at Liberty. Mo. Miss Alice Powell, 1017V4 Charlotte stret, U very 111. Go to Langston's for baths and good barbers. See the Jackson Boys for extra copies of the Son. Hand your locals to Wm. Fairfax, our society reporter. Vvatch the Son closely, you may miss something. Felix Shaffer will remain in Kansas City for an Indefinite time. Wlsde B. Smith has been very sick this week. Cole and Johnson made a decided hit at the Orpheum this week. Secure a package of envelopes and try for the waist. The U. B. F.'s will give a grand en tertalnmont In the near future. Mr. S. M. SImms has returned from Eureka Springs. Air. Napoleon Shaw, of 718...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 20 March 1903

A GEORGIA CABIN. t marte a little money In cotton and In orn. And ("petit It on a Journey Krotn th atnt wlu-rn I was born. Tint (ienrKia. oh. Inv (Icinglx! Peiinth this flurry iI.iium Xn !i'c run hul'l n ratitll To tin cotton liW'N of limn Th palaces are splendid A Ionic Fifth avenue; The caatlra up the Hudson Are very flnc to view; But fnlret fire the acres, All whit as oi-ean foam, Whan enowy boll ar bursting In ths cotton-flld. at noma. I m from stiver dishes, Hut smelt th. iilcamint stenm in Jolintiy-i-iiki'S ami pare-rlbs In every hoitii-sli-k tin-am; 80 1 didn't nnlt for parkins;, lint took n brush 11 ml comb An. I stand hn-k one mnrnliif For tli" lotton-lli Ids of liom. I hoar thi biinjo strumming It' mvith the iltinhlng rose; T!u' tn klnx-liim i HitiK'iitt I'lii. wi-H to daylight's close. Tin1 purple dusk In frnxrunt With wtilfTs of dewy luuni, Ar.iur.d my cay ratilfi In t 1 'ottoii-ik'lds of home. 9 1 The Making of a Maoi. A few iiltt'tuiHitis nw a tall, sinewy, tliii- IhoM...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 20 March 1903

Tha Renewed Dolly. I never will! I Just don't care whatever mother thinks! He'a not the nme, he'll never be my dear old Hilly Rinks. I'll never love him as 1 used to love ray Billy Boy, For, now he ha new head and Icb he'a only Just a toy) My Billy had the brownest eyra that ever have been seen And thin new head had eyea of blue but, no. 1 think they're axeenl Ilia hair's now brown and crimpy, whe It used to be pore gold; Ha used to have a baby face, and now H look quite old. Ilia lean were dimpled, chubby things, and now they're ntlfl and squeak Like forty-'leven bunting saws, though they've been on a week! Ha used to have such cunning feet, with really baby tors. And now his fort have pnlntrd shoes he wears where'er he goes. Now, tell me. mothers, would It be the, verv xn me to you If they should cut your baby up to give It features new 7 And don't you think perhaps you'd shed some bitter tears. If they should hurt your precious child you'd loved for many years i My Billy's dead; ...

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. — 20 March 1903

Are You a K. of If Not, Why Not? Do you know that the Knights of Pythias Is the strongest and most progressive order of the age? The four departments of the Order are as follows; Subordinate Ltxlc. A. W I.r.OYn t.rnml rhancrllor O) In this the members are united to " ',M,"rl' -''- - care for and protect each other In health as well as In sickness and distress Uniform I2;.t.k. In this department our young men are receiving a military educa tion which they can get In no other way, thus making them better and more useful citizens. Ladies' Court. In this the wives, mothers, widows, daughters and slrters of Knights are united for the common purposes of life. Endowment. In this department we are paying out thousands of dollars annually to the widows and heirs of deceased Knights. IF THERE IS NO LODGE IN YOUR LOCALITY, CONFER WITH THE DEPUTY CHANCELLOR OF YOUR DISTRICT. OR WRITE A. W. LLOYD. GRAND CHANCELLOR. 2629 LUCAS AVE., ST. LOUIS, MO.. FOR TERMS UPON WHICH TO ORGANIZE A LODGE. Kansas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 27 March 1903

A- ' It Pays to Advertise In the Rising Gon VOLUME Till. LEXINGTON NHWS. Rev. K. Young, pastor of the M. E. church, preached morning and even ing. The people who heard him were well pleased. His family will be here thla week. . .- : ' . '' - Baptlilng at the Ind Baptist church by Iter. Howell Sunday, the 29th. They have quite a number of converts. MUs Esther Saunders, ,JMia Wolf and others are, preparing to give an entertainment for the benefit of the church. '? The pastor's tent entertainment on the 17th was sr financial success, given by the ladies of the M. E. church. Rev. Gilbert was in Kansas City several days last week. jfwV, Saturday and returned home Monday. I A -.Aw. Af QAta1ta la haiA vloltlnff M Mrs. J. Epps. We were unable to lesTn f her name. p. Mrs Robert Douglass' sister is here visiting and will spend several weeks in our city. Mr. Thomas Williams, who went to Kansas City to have his eyes operated on, has returned and is getting along nicely. Miss Sallie Taylor, who ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 27 March 1903

FOND OF SWEET SOUNDS ST 1KcdiH)al of Sumptuary Latvs Might He of Service Wonderful Collection of Instrument in ths Metropolitan I Museum of Art Shows That the Love of Mu3ic Has Been Universal for All Time, MAUVF.l.Ol'S collcc- Jtion of musical Instrtl- Intents- one nf the most I notable of its kind In the Jworli Is on permanent jrxhlWtloii at tho Metro- politan Museum of Art in New York. Instrument from every country under tlio sun are comprised in the collection, which Is housed In four largo galler ies if t!ie Museum. One of these gnl-lerb-s i- tlie home of the Asiatic In-sti-imcnts. lieginning with t'hliia, w . p,i s-n ' essi i'Iv to .lnpnn, Korea, Si.it;i. Unrma. India. Asiatic Kussia, l'i vm.i. Arabia an 1 Syria. Ain.thcr gallery :s .uuoii tip to An.il.'. i. Noitli an. I South, to Africa. T.ns of Indi.i. Guitar With Sympathetic Strings. sr. 1 tn (i i anli a F'lrupe fills the two r- ti.altiina galleries To ( lie hiisi (it i- it iis acquaint ai i will nri-nnl instpimenis has I i ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 27 March 1903

WEEKLY PANORAMA MINER AND SOCIAL LEADER. Wealthy Connecticut Man Finos the train To Qraat Henry K. MeHarg, Jr., of Stamford. Conn., who la exceedingly wealthy, hag returned horn from Virginia, where ha haa been wording aa a common la borer In the Iron and coal mlnea In which hla father la largely Interested. Ha endearored to combine the dutlea t a eoclety leader by night with those f a workman by day, but found the atraln too great Hla work in the mlnea waa or the hardest kind. He waa employed twelve hours a day, eeven daya In the week, receiving at wagea $1.40 per day. At night, when th other laborera and miners were abed, MeHarg would often lead a co tillon or take part In some other so cial event He had entrance to the most exclusive social circles and was a general favorite. He was taken 111 with pneumonia and had a close call for his life. He proposes to return to the mines as soon as he regains his health. LONGSTREET IS ALMOST WELL. Veteran of the Confederacy Recover ing from ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 27 March 1903

THE RISING SON. HAKIIY It. GRAHAM, Edit' r. TOED A. TUKXEK. Associate E!J tor. LEWIS WOOlJo,.....".flugui!iM Manager." Published Every Week RISING SON PUBLISHINCCO WSUBSCIUITION RATES: On Tear tlx Bioatha Tir muntba On month BH , . , .40 U Strictly paid In advance Entered at the rt Office at Kaneat Oitf, as Second Ohm Matter. Correspondents wanted In e very city tod town in this Mute. Write uh. All news matter Intended for pub lication should reach our office not la ter th.in Tuivday, of each week and mini be signed by the writer not for publication, but ait guarantee of auth-snH'-itv, FFICEl-No. 117 West Sixth St., Kanaaa City. Mo. Advrrtxlnu Rntvl, f or one lrh. one lnirrll.d t.. $ Ml for one Inch. nrh ultnt'iual liifttrttnn. Kor two tech.-, thrve niomh J.uu Fortwo lai'He, n m. in III Hi) Kor two liu'lir, nine munlb Iiiixi Vot lo Im'tv twelve muntlis 11m OLDEST NBCiRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE RErST. The paid circulation of The Rising Son is more than double the co...

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