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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 10 June 1904

it Pays to Advertise in the Rising Son VOLUME IX. TO OUR 8WEET GIRL GRADUATES. The remarks made by Miss Kate Field some years ago, are as true to day as they were then: Be Cooks First and Anything You Please Afterwards. A graduation address by Miss Kate Field makes an appeal seldom heard In college commencement addresses: "Taking It for granted, therefore, that many of you graduates do not feel called upon to startle the world with the coruscations of genius, let me ask if you are good housekeepers. Can you cook? If not, in the name of common sense, of the man you propose to marry, of the friends who may visit you, of an innocent posterity, don't rest until you have learned the busi ness of almost every woman's life, which Is to keep house well and eco nomically. The woman who can't turn her servants out of doors and do their work better than the best of them has no right to marry unless she has money enough In her own right to em ploy a skilled housekeeper to carry out her orders. ...

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. — 10 June 1904

QIIIETJIQUR A Prayer. T"iitr Mt. icii .i r r I wmiM he In mind, I't.t:,!- , t .111.1 ilr.lMT illlV tllltV tlll'l. l.l.r.t; - t i i and tru."tijj ind without a I. mi. I'.iii. miv I'fiu Iriac Iff will make all i It I'.ilimr vt( nnl calmer In th hour! Of alii. Surrr . f nn.l sirr ptn.' at last to run; Puff, cm.- till nn.l d.iiim. to His will re- KlKllfil. An.l i;.vl siilulnlnK hrart. and will, and lulu. I Hlfhrr vt and higher out of clouds and nicht. N'artr ft nnd nearer, rising to th llBllt - l.itit . ri nc and Inilv, where my soul ni.iv r. jti, rurm.,l tiiul lowly, sanctified and blest. Sw iftr yi t .in. I swifter pvor onwnrd run. l-'irtn, r ft hi,. I Mrmer uti'ii n I gn on: i 'ft tn, ,'jiiMciit jntigiiiKs swell withia my t-rtMHt. Yet ! r n n, -r ntranliiK ne'er can be ex- r m ,I. Our Two Homes, "An Irhrritmcr . . reserved In nnvn f r y.ui ' - I I'd. I. 4. If a man hast a hoppy home his rrayrr will lip cine of gralitude and he will have very little to ask of God. Our homos are a mint...

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. — 10 June 1904

mm THE WORLD'S BEST ' THE CRAZE FOR MONEY. At the bottom of all the too preva lent corruption, commercial and politi cal, li the prevailing Idea that suc cess conslsta In the gaining of money. Joseph R. Burton of Kansas, the first United States senator to be convicted of crime white In office, testified that he used his official influence in con sideration of a salary of 1500 a month from the Rlalto Oraln and Securities companies of St Louis, because he needed the money. Those convicted of fraud In the postofflce department at Washington perpetrated the frauds la order to make money. Almost ev ery act of 'corruption In office Is done to get money; and the money that Is paid to Induce official corruption is paid to obtain wrongful opportunities to make more money. All the dishon est bargains between business men and corporations are merely attempts to make money. People who have no need of mote money keep on trying to make money, because that Is their only Ideal of success. Those who...

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. — 10 June 1904

tf . - THE RISING SON. llwlFySoDa, BnnntM Maaagct. Published Efpry Week RISING SON PUBLISHINCCO rsUbsCKHTION KATES: M C-aa T.a.. rt mth TirM nnntlu Omm Boat if SBrletly paid In adranoa ImUrtd at Iht Pnut Offirt at Kansas OUf, at St(oid CUtM Matttr. OurrMpondenU wanted Id f.ry city ana town 10 this state. Write ns. All news matter Intended for pub lication should reach our office Dot la Ut than Tutsday, of eacb week and nutt be signed by the writer not for publication, but as guarantee of auth enticity. jrrioif-wo. i ir WMt siith at Kanin City. Mo. Adytrtitlng Ratt... for mmm 1Mb. omm lai.rtlun a M r oo Inrb. tarh iibttgutot loaartloo. . For two laekM, larva month I.ua Fortwo laeb.a, all noatti loo Fortwolach.a, alna months 10 oo rwtwalaebaa twtlra month II 00 STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS ..IS THB. ... rNTUvn.nlng Room 923 Mkt Stmt, ST. LOUIS, Ma MEALS AT ALL HOURS. Oysters in any Stle. Services atrtotty Irst-olaaa, Ledlaa and OanU dine Of Ulra. Z.T. JOBOAK, Mmm' Heme Tel. Ittl Main. Latfy A...

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. — 10 June 1904

THE RISING SOIT. The managers of the Old Folks and Orphans' home earnestly request every housekeeper to remember the old peo ple and children when she is putting up fruit for the winter, and be kind enough to set aside one jar of fruit or one glass of Jelly for those who can not do for themselves. Send a card to Miss Sheppard at 2440 Michigan avenue. She will see that your dona tion is secured. nereis no reason 1427-1433-1435 East Eighteenth Street. The Big Sale Now Begins for being without rsi A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. O. H. JONES, 612 Jersey avenue. Remember please t' trie little bit we collect here n there That enable ua to run from year to year." LOCALS. Miss M. Louis. E. Bradbury is In St. It Is said that Mr. John Hill Is still Improving. Lee Shaw was proven to be Insane and sent to the asylum this week. A number of Kansas Cltyans will at tend commencement at Lincoln insti tute next week. Rev. Hancock was called to Hanoi btl. Mo., this week to preach the fu neral of M...

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. — 10 June 1904

O J TICKET It Is ny to storm the fdoubt, Whfit the hnxn hliire, An. I the II.ik' In nir. And y '.hi hear ymir comrades shout. It Is easy t.i dure and to die, W Ikii tl,o grt'iit Willis crash And the twlwrn llnxh. And hums give the liattle-rry. lint It's coursce that's more One When in drums tinm To pure In the irl.ium Alone on the picket IId3l And It's braver far t, stand At some dMnger-p.tst llenvite from the host. Obeying the word of command. It's duty that's done apart. With fHllh erotii, And roiirsno dean. That murkelh the truest of heart. ItlcharJ lienrJIct Lavender row was accustomed to sensations, find would not have been happy without them. But never had the row been bo Btlr red to Ks grim depths, so blown with notoriety and unholy excitement, as .It was on the occasion of Alt Jarvls' sudden departure from it One night In autumn, a night of ghostly mists and no moon, Alf failed to come homo. As he was not a man of regular habits, this was nothing unusual. But In the morning ...

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. — 10 June 1904

Mil & f mir A $ U w? 1 f l I t ;.'V V I f To be a successful wife, to retain the love and admiration of her woman's constant study. Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Potts tell their of all wives and mothers. " Dxab Mm. Pwiiam Lydla pound will male every mother well, atronsr, healthy and happy. I drag fad through nine yeara of nilaeraele existence, worn out with pain and weariness. I than notioed a atatement of a woman troubled as I waa, and the wonderful reaulta the had had from your Vegetable Compound, and decided to try what it would do for me, and used it for three month. At the end of that time I waa a different woman, the neighbors remarked it, and my husband fell in lore with me all over again. It seemed like a new existence. I had been suf fering with inflammation and falling of the womb, but your medicine cured that aad built up my entire system, till Btnoerely yours, Mrs. Cms. F. Brow, vice rrestaent xuowers hud." Rafferlnsr women should not peiiences ; J tint as surely as she wan c...

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. — 10 June 1904

- t IBM Baa. II If V-w IVEIM AWAY OurCreai- Special- Complete ,vm.?ero a worn rivi dollar. only - BEAUTY OUTFIT i22 HARMLESS-RELIABLE-SUPREME READ1 READ I UIMLD The fti'Brd of IMre.-tors of the Louisiana I'nr. lii'.e s.nivrntr Coin t'ompiiny will t aside mi approprUtt m of 'hi.iniii, whlrh wi.I ho iwii'iitiM. in lt intlntv. 10 tbe jut- mid ah KXA T I.OMi-hina mil m- ii ii'ikiii itMiinm in in I! umtr f ptitil niftniKslntts ti the Loni-nina t'tirrtme r.xpi"-IUon. wliIWi Ix-tiiil lit SI. I.iw.s. April Hiiib end rlmn lvi'iniT lt, I'm. Should no on" mii'i'i .'.I In 'it i-tiut:hi tt.e enrt number. lh mnrnv 'liW pr .I'titi il to tin oil' who send, us th' iimn-Nt rum rt eMimute. This trulilm 'iiriunliv I" inrfi ni:ii;nlnYetit Fortune c.-'s N'VnilMi. ( ur nl'Jivl In rimkliiir th;s in riv ili-Med iifcr Is to advertise and tir"inie f he viie nf onr Souvctilr I'nin nf Ailunioii tu the World's Fulr, These RmtTc?nlrroln of Admission ere of artistic ami appropriate design, urn Inraluatile aa memen...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 24 June 1904

I Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME IX. iJif THEODORE ROOSEVELT, Republican Nominee for President. THE GENUS HOBO. A comparison of authorities by the University of Missouri shows that the people of the United Stales pass out annually through their back doors nearly 110,000,000 worth or old clothes and cold victuals to the 46,000 tramp of the country. eY fifty-nine per cent of these Weary Willies have a trade or profession and could make a decent living if this irresistible antipathy for work had not seized them. Surprising as it may seem, ninety per cent of the American hoboes are married men. "Driven from home by their wives," is the comment of one of the Missouri species. We Americans usually pai ourselves on the back when talking of this part of our population and spea wisely about the restriction of for eign immigration, but statistics show that over fifty per cent- or our tramp population Is of American parentage. What makes all our tramps? Sta tisticians tell us that ...

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. — 24 June 1904

Chsrlty. "Whnt utrlve you for7'' one plodding pll- i. m who traveled onward by his side "For yorul.r lu-lgkta. where ull Uod a plurv Ins; For hi. i von l trlv," the other on re plied. "What strive you ft" the pllsrlra asked n train Of h:m who nt b.ilrte the way, nlone; "1 Mrive f.r wmlili und honor," he re el!..!. "Ah: thai I might for wasted yean atolir." And thi'n he nal.l, who had these ques tion", a.'k.'.l: "Oh. weary heart, noon which shadows f.ill to oVn. an.l il.ip; If you had only M riven For In.' alone you would have known It all." Will 1. Muse In Chattanooga Time. Beyond the Horizon. "In My Father's house are many man B!on." John xlv., i. What a difference there Is between a house In which a family resides and a house that It empty! And yet it is the same house, or, rather, It Is not tbe same house at a'.. Suppose you visit i'. on some festive occasion. The room a are brilliantly lighted, there is the hum of many voices or the rich mslody of merry laughter, ami the very ai...

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. — 24 June 1904

THE WIffflEK. TO THE WOTtLV Tu may laugh at my plan, you may ay I'm h 100I to expect to succeed; You may try to heap thing in my war, You may answer me "No" when I plend; Tou may plot to destroy me and meet My every advance with a frown, Tou may spread out your anares (or my feet, But you can't keep me downt Tou may question my right to aspire, You may rail at my wish to moaat hlRh; Tou may hold back the aid I require, My worth you may grimly deny; Tou may try to entice me away From the path that leads up to re nown. Tou may scourge me and scoff and be tray. But you can't keep me downl Copyright. 1501, by Dally Existence, as Philip Van Vlvier planned It, was to be a very pleasant affair. He had. youth and health, and wealth, and he pictured tne future a gay kaleidoscopic minglings of golf, and polo ponies, and grand opera, and little suppers nfter the play, and Ixin don seasons and Parisian boulevards, and it really seemed to him when he topped to moralize that this was a pretty goo...

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. — 24 June 1904

THE RISING SON. tSWIfi WOODS, . fiunoMt Manager. Published Krrry Wee RISING SON PUBLISHINGCO hL'HsCKUTlDN KATKS: Oa. Tear. I.i mo.ih. . M , .71 r ir uinnina M On. BOBtta U Ivlrtlf paid In adtanc BnUrtd at the pot Ojffire at Kamat Citf, at Stc.d ChtM Matter. dorrtpoudPDt wauted la eery city and town id tin tUate. Write m. All news matter Intended for pub lication should reach our oftlce not la ter than Tuturiay, of each week and mutt be slgued by the writer nut (or publication, but as guarantee of auth enticity. JFFIOti-Mo. 117 Weat Sixth St., Kan. a. City, Mo. Advertising RnUi, Par o. lh, one In.ortloD I H ut out Inch. ( ch .utwiju.nt intertlua. U for two lac In., thrv mo nib too fortwo larh, ! month t. 100 for two loch... Din month. 10 UO rartwalnCBM t.tlv. month 1U0 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 newspapers. Wf wi.-h Mr. Tin...

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. — 24 June 1904

THE RISING SON. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo O. H. JONES, 612 Jersey avenue. Remember please t'sttie little bits we collect here n there That enables ui to run from year to year." LOCALS. Wm, Nolen was In the city week, to see hlB wife, who Is 111. last Prof. W. W. Yates and family are in St. Louis, at the World's Pair. A. Mulholland paid his subscription to-day with more pleasure than ever. Clarence Brown paid his subscrl;? tlon to the Sun while we were In Cni cago. Prof. J. S. Moten of Lincoln Insti tute, spent a few days In the city thin week. Mr. W. Wise, of Lincoln Institute, a graduate and claws orator of '01, Is In tho city. Mrs. Virginia E. Keels gave four lec tures this week at the Highland Ave. Baptist church. Mrs. Emma Clay, of Brookfield, Mo., will soon visit her sister, Mrs. John B. Davis, of 1C09 Lydia avenue. Miss Mary Parks, who graduated from Lincoln Institute this year Is visiting her brother in this city. Rev. I. Lock, the Baptist missionary for this distric...

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. — 24 June 1904

GIVEN AWAY Our Great 8poclal Complete WORTH riVI DOLLARS. ONLY H BEAUTY OUTFIT "II HARMLESS-RELIABLE-SUPREME READ I READ I U ynooLp The Ilonril of l'lr'tor of thi T.nnNlnna Pnrrhi,e Sn'iVHiilr I'nlii t'lmipiiny will set asMr an nppropnutl.in f f- .'iii.iiiMi, whtrn will he prt'titHl. in It I'miri'tv, to the r aiin wlw ."lull u. a onrpvt vstlmnto if the KXArT iiumN r of pin t 1nillint to l)n I.iiiiiiina I'linlnise Kipi'ltlon, whliii I'Piinil nt St. I . 1 1 - . Atinl 3mh hikI oIimi'i If('i'iiiiHr lt. l'.l'4. Muiiil'l tin one Kiirvrml In In tittitrf tlir pnt't tiiitntMr, inn money will lw prtst'iui'i to llu unt1 who ipiii1t ua the in'iir1! cnrri-rt eM limit1. Till irnldVn oppirtunttv tft ".I'l-urra m:ii.'nitUt'nt Fortune (.I Nnl'lllSt; Our olij-ri In initklnv this uriprwil t(i-.t nlr f u in1ri mi protiuo' ttir Milt of ntir Souvenir Coin of AdinUmuu lo Uiu World' r'ulr. Thiv.e SotiTonlrTolrn of Aflmlialon are of artlstle ami appropriate dri'mi, are Invaluelile aa tni-mi'nioH of thli irr...

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. — 24 June 1904

Philanthropists Seek to Save Poor Children of Great City A tent hospital (or tuberculous chil dren has been opened at Sea Breeae, Coney Island, New York. It Is undrr the management of the Acne elation for Improving the Condition of the roor, being a part of their summer colony of homes. It la the first hos pital In America to be maintained In winter as well as In summer for the exclusive purpose of seaside treat ment of the non-pulmonary forms of the disease, such as scrofula and tu berculosis of the bones, joints and lymph lobes. It has been shown In France, Eng land and other countries that this pe culiar form of tuberculosis can be cured by sea air. In France, where there are the most successful tent hospitals, girls and boys suffering irom tuberculosis are kept as near the water as possible, some living on ahlps anchored out at aea, while In other cases ambulances are employed to carry the children to the ocean edge every day. The tent hospital, though the Idea of scientific men...

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. — 24 June 1904

THE TRAIN SERVICE OF THE MIS SOURI PACIFIC. kAA4i f'i'ir flyers that l"ve Kansas City ip')t dally for lit. Louis avl a!l points K:t nod the leaving t ! i : i -: 10 a. in., 1:10 p. tu., it : 1 r. p. m. li". I 1".l"i i. in. Nri ( IIk i line from K.vi-.n I'ity offers l tin- ttnvcling p iMic s ich train service St. Louis. i'.h new departure of the fast :i !:1'J p. tu. arrives in Mf. louls it 1 ' ;. in ; c'i.)9 einiH'ctH:i.s In St. l.o-M-i with tli? Grand I'niini stations vi:!i I'.i.-.tcni a:i t Sotitlieiislei n trains. Ti.e iviiy lino leaving Kansas I'ity af-t-r tli'. Operas, I.odfie ineHinKB and Si'ila,.- ninlit Church service, ttt 10:43 p. in. i'ii.1 arriving in St I .mils lit 7:20 a. m . i:i tiiii'. f'r nil IbstTn tonnec f a:. I" -'i p. m. 1 : C '" h. M.; Omaha At S' I'a'd Kxpn ss. Kl";:a:it 'piip:nent. I'ulliiian Sloop it sa:. t'iiiiip.irtiii"iit cms; Hi-clining Ciriir ' lis, (all seats live). Pur 1)11 Infuiiiia'icin an 1 tickets (all i-t t'nion Depot and 901 Main St., City Office. ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 1 July 1904

It Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME IX. THE NORTHWE8T MISSOURI TEACHERS' INSTITUTE Closet Its Labors Strong Resolutions Indorsing Prof. B. B. Tully. We, the committee on resolutions, beg leave to submit the following: Whereas, We the committee being interested In the cause of educational advancement of the race, and Whereas, The negro teacher should be better equipped in the line of hts profession; therefore, be It Resolved, That a summer normal be established at Parkvllle, Mo., for this purpose. Resolved, That we heartily Indorse the efficient work of Prof. 13. B. Tully as conductor. We also appreciate the interesting, eloquent and Instructive lectures given by Prof. Ilaldwln -and Prof. Williams of Kansas City, Mo. Resolved, That the teachers of this institute extend thanks to Prof. L. M. McAfee for his kindness In showing 4.. rising son.. June SO.. gross us through the different apartments of Macay; also that we thank Prof. Boyd for his beneficial lecture on mathematics....

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. — 1 July 1904

FIREWORKS ARE EXPENSIVE Noise-Making Devices for the Fourth of July That Cost Much Money The iiKiKitx of tire work 4 h;n prog ressed rapi ' i I In Aunt ie;i. mid wo are net now ilcpi tuli t-t upon China ntiil Jiip.'iii fiir our liroerackt-r. our red l;g!.t- sit-il our noise making, nerve iji'st rn !t;g do x-i'm. Time was hi il a few rom;in randies an I soul.' sU rockets furii'shcl tin1 larci-r pur'iou oi the tin works fur tho l-vli I'Ml ion of the Fourth of July 111 tho smaller town. 1 1 11 ? modern patn otistn i:o Mop at t!iat. Nearly i ry eiticn of a town will lav out eoiiM.l.ral'ie ttnttiey fur Ills mipply of fireworks, and i! Ik Hot in fri ipiei-.f that a priva'o family will spend from t' t $7". In order to make a njg t;!um:.i;!ot; on ttie na tion's birthday. Set piece, such n wile formerly mueli prized at t'rat:ot:s ir. the average towns are t;ow ipilte of'eii j-een on I lie lawns of priva'o it:i:i niua!1, for the Aun t lean w. rkmon have learned how to make them, ami that minu...

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. — 1 July 1904

It THE LOVER. Last night through Death' barred door way thrilled a voice, The voice of her who alew me upon earth, "Oh, my old lover, waken and rejoice, I give you causa for mirth. "Waken and listen and be Rind of this: I, for whose kisses you were wont to yen rn, do starving for another's careless kiss And break my heart In turn. "I. for whose holiday you suffered sore. Offer my grief for one man's merri ment. Oh, my lover, hear and heed once more. And laugh In all content." t would she had not waked ma In this wise. What gladness did she seek to min ister? Thank Ood, there were no tears In her sweet eyes That day I died for her. Theodosla Gurrlfcun, In New York Herald. TIME (BDlKDSTT CO Br CVPJQ4Ar?GZAZTSr Copyright, 1901, by Dally Story Publishing Company. "Do I believe in psychic phenome na? Now, that Is a question I find a trlfla difficult to answer." The doctor leaned his handsome old head against the cushions, in deep thought. Outside the March winds howled and shrieked among...

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. — 1 July 1904

THE RISING SON. LEVIS WOODS liusincss Mrtiagw. Published Every Week RISING SON PUBLISHINGCO sTSl'HsCKllTION RATKS: Ob Ter . Dioilhn 78 riw mi hi l hi tf On month U tircj pitM tn Advance SnUrtd at the '.( OJhrt at Kann Vitf, a Stcm,d dun Matirr. 0rrevoudont wanted to etsry city tod towu in tlui muto. Write u. All news tiKitter Intended fur pub lication nhiiuld reach our office not la tor than Tutttil.iy, of each week and muit be slftued by the writer not fur publication, but as guarantee of auth stitlrltr. jrFIOIi-Mo. 117 West Sixth St., Kinwi City, Mo. AUvrrtialnw Rntet, For olio lrh, one Insertion N or oaf Incti. nch utmrqurat ln.rrtlon Ju For two terhtMi, thrrff moucfi I ou frtwo Ibcm-, oil iiiontli i 'Hi For two Inohn, iiltin luunthn 10 Ou tot two loctwi twelve uiniilhs 1S U0 OLDEST NECiRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE REST. The paid circulation of Thk Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. To o...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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