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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 1 July 1904

THE RISING SON. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo O. H. JONES, 612 Jersey avenue. Remember pleas I'i tht little blta we collect here a n tbere That enable! ui to run from year to year." LOCALS. Miss Daisy Day Is in St. Joseph. Mrs. J. T. Martin, 1223 Highland, Is on the sick list. Mrs. Sam T. Junes of Leavenworth was in the city this week. Miss Frankle Kennedy left Wednes day for a visit in Chicago. There will be some pleasing features at the Japanese social July 21. The building laborers will hold a picnic at Pastime park July 4. The proceeds from the Luncheon' amounted to $13.50. "C The collection at the Vine Street church Sunday, June 19, was $14. Rev. R. R. Findley is very sick at Douglass hospital, Kansas City, Kan. Mrs. D. N. Crosthwalte brought a basket of fruit for the little sick girl. Mrs. n. T. Louis and her daughter, Murtel, left last week for Excelsior Springs to spend two weeks. G. W. Leavel and Permar will get up a card in the shape of a heart. I hope they will have ...

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. — 1 July 1904

1. U,l 4'VH.J,W.V.T.W w-: Our Great Special Complete WORTH riVI DOLLARS. ONLV p-IAA BEAUTY OUTFIT li" 1VEN AWAY - mGOLD 'f tlifl TiOiitalanrt s.i'ivri.ir I "in I n .If n iipiimrr'ntl 'ti nf mipiiny win m't f.Vl.MtlO. hU'h ill ! pii "ntiMl, in IK t'lii vm h hit vtMi'ts 11 it eornvt 1 X Ai 1' mm I f r of yex'.A ir'tv, ti lh pr- fStllllHtl' if t Iio mitm'"',-! to i lie I.f .1! ii.a ruii-nnsr r.x i t ti 1 ill St l.i' ii)t. A "ril iLMM'timiT lt l'H '4. Mum ;"inon. wn'i-n Hi it h Bil l ClDM S M iki imp iti'ii! In Itl Blilirf tl r ln't nut llllHT, III" ninnPV vli lie pn-i'tl'i'.l M II: Willi Nrilil;. IIS Thin i, ',',, tti ni'iir'! i-orr- or ".tlltHit C'T ' Tt Ml ' V !" hi'i'IIM'B III. II ,, Ni 11 ! 1 Vi i. P-ir ,il nillc'tit Kiiriniii' I'ji'i-t in iniiktiiir tn . T' Im- mill mvrt'lr I'ninn (,f t.'..l th'i uiit'r-i'i'.li titi'il i IT' r l lir"tr,ul'' thf Mil'1 "f i'"r Si- AiiuiSMuii tu tin' Worlil ct A Ul . 1 lll'flff Tti n.ir.1 of t'lra 'for. rv SOUVENIR COIN Mr rsTtv re. :itlt i mil l.' a...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 1 July 1904

Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound A Woman's Remedy For Woman's. Ills, Early In the rooming, late at night, or whenever used, Defiance Starch will be found always the tame, alwayi the best. Insist on having K, the most foe your money. Satisfaction or monef back guaranteed. It is manufactured under the latest Improved condi tions. It is up-to date. It is the best. We give no premium.' We sell 16 ounces of the best' starch made for JO cents. Other brands are 12 ounces for 10 cents .with a tin whistle. -4k war if- Wabash Train TO St. Louis COMMENCING JUNE 5th. 1904 Leave MNtM CtTT, 11:10 St. Ball arrlvs WORLD'S FAIR STATION, 7:00 S. m. Arm ST. LOUIS (Ualra Itill.a) 7: J s. aj. " EQUIPMENT Pullman Sleeper, Free Re clining Chair Cant and Coaches. Sleepers ill Coaches open at 10 p. m. for occupancy, WabesH Is the only line to WORLD'S FAIR Main Gate. Return Train leaves St. Louia II :45 p.m. for Kansas City. Ask your Agent for TlcaetaoYer the Wabeert. H. C. tHKLDS, L S. UrCULUN, Tra. Pat...

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. — 1 July 1904

THE TRAsoSm PAc.nc"6 miot L L- Thompson Tin fmr flvir tliat ltavo Kansas City I'ninn iliput daily for St. I .on Is iiii.l all points I'ast nolo tlio leaving tiino: 1": 1" a. m., 1 : 10 i. in., '.; 15 p. in. i'li'l l":l"i p. m. No it!i r lino from Kan. -as (.'ity offers to the traveling l'ti!;:c s'h'li train sorvico via St. Louis. Noto tli" ihmv (l parttiro of t ho fast mail at 1 : 1 t p. in. arrives In St. Louis ; t Jo p. in.; close connections In St. Louis with the ft rami I'nion stations with Kastcrn ar.il Southeastern trains. The only line leaving Kansas City af-t'-r the ttprras, l.oili;e meetings ami Sumlay night Church service, at 10:45, p. in. anil arriving in St. Louis at 7:20 J h. tn., in time for all Eastern eonnec- i t.is. 10:20 p. m. 10:5 a. m.; Omaha & St. l'aul Kxpress. Klei;ant equipment. Pullman Sleep. r sainl Compartment cars; Keclinlng Chair cars, (all seats free). For all Information and tickets call at Union Depot and 901 Main St., City Office. K. S. JEWKTT. I...

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. — 8 July 1904

It Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME IX. Official Program 20TH ANNUATsESSION or THK MID UH ill IS 01 July 19th, at 11:30 a. m., Calling the 'Assembly to order by Sir A. W. Lloyd, Grand Chancellor. PROGRAMME. Welcome to City by his honor, T. W. Cunningham, Mayor of Joplln. Response, Dr. S. P. Stafford, St. Louis. Song, by Pythian Choir. Welcome on behalf of Orient Lodge No. 11, by N. T. Greene, D. D. G. C. Response, Prof. W. A. Grunnell, O. K. of R. and S., of De Soto. Song, by Pythian Choir. Welcome on behalf of the citizens of Joplin, Rev. H. H. Curtis, D. D. G. C. Response, Lewis Woods, editor Ris ing Son, Kansas City. Welcome on behalf of Churches, Rev. S. S. Pitcher. Response, Rev. F. D. Avant, of Clarksville. Paper on Pythlanism, Prof. B. F. Adams, G. M. at Arms, Springfield. Song, by Pythian Choir. Welcome on behalf of the Courts of Calanthe, Sister Dysee Scales, P. W. C. Response by Sister Anna Durroh, of Kansas City, Mo. After the informal gathering the Grand Lodge ...

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. — 8 July 1904

THOUGHT TASK EASY ATTEMPT OF CITY MAN TO MILK A COW. Faith In God. When dangers nine, we tear the worst. And yet. ed ru,s and rcU'ti abo.e; 11- ii (impose from the hrst. 11 rul and reigns in low. We kn"W not njiv, we i" not how: An! vet. i,Vs (.ian for up re . Whatever comes. t' Ultn we'll bow. We'll trust-unj In Hint rest. Whate'er r.falls. the time will rom When darkiii f. 1.n before the light: When we with Jey shall reach our home, A heme fcrir br.uhC This filth In O.vl shall he our stay. our :inrhr when wild billows rtlU Tin' rUri.t storms shall pass uway. 'i'm-T'- r Safety for the S"Ul -J. M. Morsel In Now York Observor. Christian Character and Grace. "Awake. O north wlml. an.1 come, thnn scu-.h. hiom in mv g.ir,'rn, that the r I. e " cre. f rtmy flow out." Solomon's Pun. TV.. K It Is generally Ulleved that tho principal theme of Canticles, or the Soup of Solomon, In th church. The text speaks of tho church as a garden, a spice garden rather than a flower garden. God means that...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 8 July 1904

She Read She read my palm, and, from her eyes, I would have aworn that iha was wiae. "Fear not," aald ahe, "though long you drop, Soma day you'll shine 'way at tha top,' For weary yeara I tolled away: I worked by night, 1 strove by day. Tet fame and wealth teemed Just at far Ahead of me aa any atar. All else I bore, nor thought to grieve, 1 Until my hair began to leave. ' Ohl then I wept and cursed the day That palmist maid had crossed my way. When at the glass t chanced to stop Beholdl I shone upon the top. LIpplncott's Magaslne. Copyright, 1901, by Dally' I was In love with Glorlana; that Is, I was as much in love with her as I would let myself be; for, unfortunate ly, Glorlana was another man's wife. This was not only unfortunate for me, but unfortunate for Glorlana as well not necessarily because she could not have me, but because she had him. He was a terror. He was as bad as they make them. Doubtless you won der how so sweet and lovely a girl as Glorlana could have married suc...

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. — 8 July 1904

THE RISING SON. IBVIfi WOODS Buswms Maaiger. Published Every Week RISING SON PUBLISHINCCO rsUHSCUUTION KATES: Ob Tear. Ji i tno.th. .11 fir niiintn On moBib U Strictly piili In ad.nnn. iutertd at tht Pott Otfc at Kan City, at i'(C.(i Vint Mutttr. Correspondent wanted In every city and town in this slate. Write us. All uews matter Intended for pub lication should reach our oftlre not la ter thao Tut (xlay, of each week and nuit be signed by the writer Dot for publication, but an guarantee of auth enticity. -No. 117 We.t Sixth St., Ken. a. Clt, Mo. Jtdvartialiiw Rnlt, for oae lflh. on lo.ertl.in $ for on men, raon arMquoi insertion fat two iBrkft, Ihtve montb for two lacli.K, ill mnalu Fur two lDoh, nln month ftwolnebM twelve month su l.us oo 10 00 1100 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. Many of our colored voters may he...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 8 July 1904

THE RISING SON. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. O. H. JONES, 612 Jersey avenue. Remember please I'stns little blu we collect her n there Tbst enable us to run from year to yesr." LOCALS. Mrs. J. W. Baldwin Is visiting at Hannibal, Mo. She expectes to re main there several weeks. Mr. E. Fletcher took a crew of 10 men to Manltou Springs, Colo., Sat urday. They will work at the Cliff House. . Pierce, son of R. C. Pierce, hospital last week. Is on a fair road to recovery. Mrs. Charles Bradshaw and daugh ter Allle of Topeka were visiting their sister and aunt, Mrs. Gertie Tibbs, 1128 Campbell. ' Bishop Grant is scheduled to preach at Allen chapel next Sunday. He suc ceeded Bishop Shaffer In the Fifth Episcopal district. Mr. B. Allen Morris and Miss Hen rietta D. Hunt were married quietly Wednesday, June 29, Rev. F. Jesse Peck officiating. Mr. John Hill, headwaiter at the Savnv. vhn hftrl a stroke nf narnlVRfii ' several weeks ago, Is improving very rapidly and hopes to be out Boon. T...

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

J 111 ", T . I !, ,,l U I IVEN AWAY Our Great 8peelal Complete WORTH riVI DOLLARS. ONLV ft BEAUTY OUTFIT VU- HARMLESS-RELIABLE-SUPREME READ I READ I 3 Tl-.s tl.'HM of Wre'tors ff th Louisiana run hi'V souvenir " i n ""IT! pany will srt usulr an Hi'i'roprmtl m of $.'. ni, mhH U uiil !e pn-'TittNl, in lt riitlrrtv. to the jHr s.u w h" t'inlH a firrivt tltrmte of tlio KXAi'T tiun:tTi'f imiil s,1iiill.ti to lh Louivana I'lin-liase Kix'ltlon. which i pen,, I lit St l.ii'lis. Alrll Unto ami rlnsr l"ot imI't lt. U". MmuM m one micereil Iri i'mIii sun tni oxnet nunjtMT, ih" money will In' irp iuoil ti tho iti who sends tin the nt'iirrst eurrivt estimate. Thlv volrim oplwtrmnltv in soi'iires nnufnltU'i'iit Fortune c.'ts NuTHINU ur nliji'c-t In inskinn thin uMpH-.lt'i.t'il offer Is to advertise and rri'iimii- tin' sale i if cur Souvenir Coin, of Admission to tho Worlil'ii Fnlr. Thrse SOUVENIR COIN City. M V KSTtW TF t GUAND LUDUK OFFlCtUS 10O3-1OO4 K. of P. OF MISSOURI. O. C, Anron W. Lloyd, ...

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

Flr Gongs In London. The London Are department U try ing the experiment of having gongs on Its apparatus, but the cockneys find that these gongs "have not the electrical effect in clearing the streets which Is produced by the firemen's vocal H1! hi! hi!'" . Suicide Comparisons. Half a century ago five times as many men committed suicide as worn en. Now the proportion is two and a half to one. The number of suicides among children la Increasing rapidly. Is It Not Worth While If you travel, on business or pleasure, to get the best service for the lowest rates T Ask the Erie Railroad Com pany. SSS Railway Exchange. Chicago, for full information. Booklets free de scribing Summer Tours and the Beau tiful Chautauqua Lake Region; clao Cambridge Springs. Peculiarity of Carbollo Aeld. A peculiarity of carbolic acid Is that one-third of IU quantity taken of glycerin and another third taken of alcohol bring about chemical changes until It no longer Is a poison. The Best Results In 8tarchlng ca...

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

THE TRAIN SERVICE OF THE MIS SOURI PACIFIC. TI; f'r.r flyrr that hnc Kansas City depot daily for St. I.uulsj an! ail point I'ast note t he leaving' t ,in : 1". l'j a. tn., 1:10 . m., !: 13 i. in. j and 1";)." i. m. No other line from K;m-.is City offers to tho traveling. piiMio Mich train service via St. Louis. Not tho new departure of the fast mail ?it 1:10 p. in. arrives In St. Louis ill J n p. in.; close connections In St. I.owis with the (Jrand Union stations with Kastorn ami Southeastern trains. The only line leaving Kansas City af ter the Operas. Lodge meetings and Sunday nlpht Church service, at 10:45 p. m. and arriving in St. lnils at 7:20 a. in., In time for all Eastern connec- t:s. in: 20 p. m. 10:5 a. m.; Omaha & St. I'aul Express. .Klogant equipment. Pullman Sleep er sand Compartment ears; Reclining Chair ears, (all seats free). For all Information and tickets call at Union Depot and 901 Main St., City Office. E. S. JEWETT, rass. & Ticket Agent. Home Tel. 622S Ma...

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. — 15 July 1904

It Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME IX. Official Program I or TMK July 19th, at 11:30 a. m., Calling the Assembly to order by Sir A. W. Lloyd, Grand Chancellor. PROGRAMME. Welcome to City by his honor, T. V. Cunningham, Mayor of Joplin. Response, Dr. S. P. Stafford, St. Louis. Song, by Pythian Choir. Welcome on behalf of Orient Lodge No. 11, by N.'T. Greene, D. D. G. C. Response, Prof. W. A. Grunnell, G. K. of R. and S., of De Soto. Song, by Pythian Choir. Welcome on behalf of the citizens of Joplin, Rev. H. H. Curtis, D. D. G. C. Response, Lewis Woods, editor Ris ing Son, Kansas City. Welcome on behalf of Churches, Rev. S. S. Pitcher. Response, Rev. F. D. Avant, of Clarksvllle. Paper on Pythlanlsm, Prof. B. F. Adams, G. M. at Arms, Springfield. Song, by Pythian Choir. Welcome on behalf of the Courts of Calanthe, Sister Dysee Scales, P. W. C. Response by Sister Anna Durroh, of Kansas City, Mo. After the informal gathering the Grand Lodge will proceed to business in the fol...

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. — 15 July 1904

IS A CLOSED DOOR. CANADA'S ABL ATTITUDU UNFAVOR' TO RECIPROCITY. Stringent Measures Adopted by the Dominion Government for the Pur pose of Restricting the Import of Manufactures from the United SUtes. Canada's tinwilllncness to serve no a I ti in pin tr ground for the surplus manufactures of the I'nited States lias been repeatedly urged by the Ameri can Economist as fatal to tho holies nnil purposes of those who yenrn for free trab lietweeii tho Dominion and the Republic. Time and again we have endeavored to make clear the futility ol such a project because of Camilla's d termination to build up l:er own Industries and not to Insure their destruction. Iov accurately the Canadian attitude toward reciprocity In manufactured products has been estimated by tho Economist Is now demonstrated by an official notifica tion to the effect that Cuuai'.a will re fuse to submit longer to the "dump ing" process. In ti e New York Jour l.al of Commerce of June 10 is printed a dispatch from Ottawa in...

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. — 15 July 1904

Song Vvhen the robtn calls good morning And the thrush's noto li heard In the distant, dewy woodland. Like the aplrlt of a bird; When the world I Just awaking To the beauty of the day Then, O love, my heart make must In a lover' roundelay. When the a-olden aun hat vanished And the swallows nettle tow. When the daylight seems returning In the flushing afterglow; When the fireflies light their lanterns And the mist In on the dell Then. O love, my heart makes muslo In a lover's vlllanelle. -William Wallace Whltelock, In New York Herald. S LOME IS (Copyright, 1901, by She looked across a shimmering waste of barren sand and withered buffalo grass, from which the beat waves radiated until the distance was hazy with them. A few distorted cac tus plants reared their weird forms In the beat, and bere and there a dead and parched mesqulte bush helped to break the monotony of the scenery. Afar off, to the southwest, the tops of the mountains In Old Mexico could be seen faintly, miles and miles...

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. — 15 July 1904

THE RISING SON. UTWIB WOODS, Business Manager. Published Every Week RISING SON FUBLISHINCCO rBDBSCHHTION RATES: Ob Tear.. tit n.oalhs fir month. DM . .76 On bob lb U Strictly paid In advance Intend at the t'nut Offirt at Kan$u OUj, 04 Second UUu Matter. Correspondent wanted In every city ana town in this state. Write at. All news matter Intended for pub lication should reach our office not la tor than Tutsday, uf each week and must be signed by the writer not for publication, but as guarantee of auth enticity. WFIOIi-No. 117 West 8lth Kansas City, Mo. St., Advertising Rnt, for aa l.h, on Insertion $ .St for on Inrb, each bwyu.ut Insertion. M Fuf two tnchn, three month t.00 fur two lachH, li month ..... loo For two inch, nln month 10 00 rortw to Inch tvelv month. . U 00 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. Many of our col...

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. — 15 July 1904

THE RISIHO SON. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. O. H. JONES. 612 Jersey avenue. Remember please t'stnellulebluwscollectheres. n there Tbat enables us to run from year to year." LOCAL'S. Mrs. Bell Scott left Wednesday ev ening for St. Paul, Minn. The manager of the RUIng Son will be out of the city next week. See the program for the Japanese social, Thursday evening, July 2i. The Old Folk's and Orphan's home. "He that glveth tothe poor lendeth to the Lord." Prof. R. W. Foster returned home last week from visiting Tennessee and St. Louis. The Blind Boone Concert Co. re turned to the city this week to spend the vacation. Remember the Japanese Social Thursday evening. July 21, at the resi dence of Mrs. J. F. Cole, 1416 Lydia. Mrs. Robert Willy and her sister have gone to St. Louis to the World's Fair. ' Mr. and Mrs. Tho. Clay returned this week from a trip to Hannibal and St. Louis. Robert Ross returned from Minne apolis Minn., Thursday evening de lighted with his trip. This edition...

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. — 15 July 1904

1VEN AWAY Our Great 8peolal Complete WORTH riVI DOLLARS. ONLY a. BEAUTY OUTFIT WOKTM riVI DOLLARS. 00 99 mGOLP Tli n.ar.1 of tilre.-ti.rs of the r,oiit-.tnn, IVir. lll's.. s,,,,ivi-l,ir t'..i, t ',,lli.iny will net i.s.l.' mi tl;'ri'ir iit'"i if '"..'hi, aliuli win le pr. xvin-.l. in its i in in tv, to the per son a ( .'ii,h us u c-irr.vt i stimuli- tif Uio 1 Ai 'T nut! t .,f jui 1 ii.1niiii.nt tn il,. l."!Muii;i run tmsr Kxi"iHnn, lilrh 'l" mil ut St. I..,i;s. Atiril .Mill an.l ciiws li.v.'tnlsr 1st I ii 4. Mnmlil tin tun- sin , In est In iitit.n t i' i :irt nutiit i'r. ttii" timhi'v 'lit,.',t till 1 :.i ttif nn.- w tin .-n,is ,(H th" l.'Mri'st i-i.rn rt rst ur:i'i'. This i-.i;iI.ii ot I ,r n t,l t v t.i st'i'iir a miuriillU'i tit 1'ort'irt' r s's NiiTIUM. n-ir nl.ti.-t In in,,4lr,ir lti' (ii.jtv,!' t . .,!. r t ii'Imti's.. ,i. j.t-tpiit.' tin' s if pur smv' p c.lns ,,f Atimis.s.uii to lli. Woriil'n J-';rlr. Thr SOUVENIR COIN m v ftim iTf CilCAMl UtmiK OFFU KKS Ko:i-l004 K. of P. O...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 15 July 1904

A Trip to Colorado, Utah or California la not complete unless It ambracea tbo most beautiful reaorta and grand cat scenery In Colorado, which are found on the Colorado Midland Rail way, the highest standard gauge line In the world. Exceptionally low sum mer round trip rates to Colorado In terior atate points, Utah, California and the Northwest are offered by this line. For information address Mr. C. H. Speers, General Passenger Agent, Denver, Colo. Bavarians Are Progressive. The Bavarian Trade Museum has adopted a novel Idea to Interest aa well aa to Instruct the public and purchasers of toys by sending out traveling lecturers, who show the practical workings of the toys by means of models in actual operation. Some of the more Interesting toys thus demonstrated Include: A com plete railroad train, which can be run backward and ford, alow or fast, and stopped at will. English Women Dull. ( An authority saya that American women are, for the most part, more thorough, more Intelligent, ...

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. — 15 July 1904

THE TRAIN 8ERVICE OF THE MIS SOURI PACIFIC. A Good Society. A (Ive-year-old Ilnston urchin was observed to be busily hiding a scrap of paper In his llttln Jacket pocket. "PlPRMP don't road, mama," he said, and thm he Raid It contained the rules of a secret soclr-ty that he had Just joined. At night, when the little fel low was asleep, his mother took from Ms pocket the treasured secret "rules," whim read as follows: Cod clam 10 cents fine rialn dam.. 5 cents each Tlnln darn 1 cent fine Tlio four flyers that leave Kansas City I'tiion depot daily for St. Louis mid all points East note tho leaving time: : 10 n. in., 1 : 10 p. m., 'J: 15 p. in. tinil 1 4 p. in. No other lino from Kansas City offers to the traveling public such train service via St. Louis. Note the new departure of the fast mail at 1:10 p. m. arrives In St. Louis nl jo p. in.; close connections In St. Louis with the Grand Union stations with Eastern and Southeastern trains. The only line leaving Kansas City af ter the Op...

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