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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 29 July 1904

I Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME IX. Success of Ingenious Thief. A New York detective asserts that If one wants anything It can be ob tained by asking for It. As an In stance he cites a happening at the Casino theater. The ticket seller was resting during a lull in business, when a rough-looking fellow stuck his head In at the window. "I've come for the clock." he said. "Well." snapped the ticket man, "you don't expect me to come out and take It down for you, do you?" "Fresh, ain't yer?" respond ed the fellow, and turned away. He put up a ladder and took down the clock, a valuable timepiece, and walked away with it. He hasn't re turned. Presidents Who Were Soldiers. The following presidents served In war: George Washington, revolution ary; James Monroe, revolutionary; Andrew Jackson, revolutionary and 1812; Franklin Pierce, Mexican; Wil liam Henry Harrison. 1812; John Ty ler. 1812; Zachary Taylor, 1812 and Mexican; Abraham Llncolu, Black Hawk; Andrew Johnson, civil war; ...

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. — 29 July 1904

IT 1 8 WA LB RIDGE REPUBLICAN CONVENTION AT ST. JOSEPH. HELD NAME A COMPLETE STATE TICKET Full Delegations Present After Pray er by Chaplain, Chairman t Akins Makes Address- Tells of Party Work, ST. JOSEPH. Mo. The lieuii state nominating cu was failed to order here Julv L'r. nili..v i.i..,-.i . i-m. i ... v 2 ;:o o'clock by Thomas J. Akins. state chairman. After a brief prayer! by the chaplain. Mr. Akins made a speech, hi brief he congratulated the party that it chances of carry ins Mis souri Were never so plod befoif. lie told tin' convention that the election of Tiieo lore Roosevelt w a.s assured. "Vou hav.- been elected without dic tation us the representatives or the p.ir'y." tie said, "ami into your hands Is committed for the time being the In terests of your party in this state. It is your duty to see that the very best ticket is placed before the people in this campaign. Let everv delegate have the courage of his convictions. Let him stand for right ami n.itior. Iot him plan...

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. — 29 July 1904

The Unforgotten Song The jreara have taught ma many thlnft, nut none ao aura aa thli; That abetter, unlace. Joy and strength Ara always where God la. 80 now, when hope and courage fall. And only fear la atronfr, My heart will sing, aa In tha paat. An unforgotten aong. ' God la my refuge and my strength, I will not be afraid; And though the night ba wild and dark, I meet It undismayed. t -I r .. . T7 t I. av Mt 1 ff05 JOfflBQATf . JBYALEXANDEP PICKETT? Copyright, lnoo, by The Shortstory As I gat on the porch talking dosul torlly with the landlord the wide, roomy porch, with the wobbly, creaky, comfortable, splint-bottomed rocking chairs, of the old tavern, not the "pi azza" of the garish new hotel, which the younger generation point to pride fully as stamping with nn outward and visible sign the village's evolution into a city I happened to mention I've forgotten exactly how It came into my mind having seen Gen. Grant's fun eral. "Humph!" observed the landlord, contemptuously. "You o...

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. — 29 July 1904

THK RISING SON. LEWlTWOODS HustncRj K ilia"' Published V.vrty Week ffiSINO SON PUBLISH INC CO WMTUSCKllTKt.N KATKS: On Ti"r. ,. I .I u.nailin . . . f'ir uimitna On month . . . ,".S .40 .1 fulfil piill In adanre 8trd at the l'mt Otfirt at Kant VitJ, as Sctn,d ('() MatUr. 0irrvn)tu1ontB wanted In every city ana town iu this state. Write us. All news mutter Intended for pub lication should reach our oflice not la ler than Tiufulay, (if cadi week and out be nljrneil by the writer nut for publication, but as guarantee of auth enticity, JFFICEl-No. 117 West Sixth 81., Kniat City, Mo. Ad vet tialiiu Rntci, for oa. l.rh, oni Innertlnn $ W For one Inch, i-eh nutierguenl Insertion. W fur two laches, ihrve nevmh luo Pnrtwo loche. all month sou f,r t wo Inrhn, nine, month lUflO at two mcbxd twelve month IS 00 OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE REST. ifc The paid circulation of The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored w...

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. — 29 July 1904

THE RISING SON. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo O. H. JONES, 612 Jersey avenue. Remember please t's tbe llttltblt we collect here a n there That enables us to run from year to year." LOCALS. S. Jones of Leavenworth, Kan., was in the clt ylaat Sunday. W. B. Garltt and C. H. Kesys left this week for St. Louis. When we mail you your hill please answer If you want this paper. Lewis Hamilton and wife, of Weston, Mo., was In the city on business. Mrs. W. J. Richardson has gone to St. Louis to spend a few days visit ing the Fair. The Laundry Is making great head way. Rev. Peck is much pleased with the outlook bo far. Mrs. Bettie Corder has gone to 8t Joseph to the Grand Chapter at 1G01 Eugene avenue. Mrs. Richardson of 2318 Highland avenue, left for St. Louis Sunday night to bo gone two weeks. This edition of the Rising Son is a hummer. Read our long line of ads. and govern yourself accordingly. Theo Smith, the Twelfth street drug elst. has Durchased fixtures and is preparing to open an...

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. — 29 July 1904

GIVEN -AWAY Our Great 8peclal Complete 1 n rivsngiiMi, ONLY ( BEAUTY OUTFIT 11 WORTH riVI DOLLAR. 00 99 I Ttt Hnar.1 nt lilrfl'tnr. of thr T.oiiNlann Pun li.'sr S.mv.'nir r.iiu Compuny will .t nv.lr ait npr.pr.tl.n of f .'to.tMO, ahW'h ..l tie pi. 'ii'.'.l. in n rnilii'tv, to th ifr--M In mmiiIh u fitri'i". i-Umiit.. of ihe KX A T iiuiiiIht of Ktiil i!miion o the I.o'iMiina Tnrrhiisn Ktt..ltlon. whw-h i't tw.1 ut Si I. mik. Annl ll.itli nl oli. s Ibvi'lill i r 1-t. IH14. Shiiillil tin Olio .'!((.. r, In it itt.ntitit.' t' fi-irt niiinlr, the- nionrv 'ill' (rH.M''(l t. t tf Otlf WhO NPtKlN t til" tl 'jr.t mi i ri rtitll;lt.'. TliW Itonlcn fipiwr' nil' v t-, r' ti nKiiTi'li.-ent r'orttir,. r.t, NoTHIV.i (H.r oi.n-.-t In niulutiif tt. . utljipv.h i.h .1 ofttT 1 to n.Hrr'iac un, I lr..tnt t lit- .i f mip Sivivrtitr c t n of AiiUiiN.-iiuu tj Hi'? Worl.t's Kirlr. 1 hf so SOUVENIR COIN LX.y.l.''yJf A.ldreia (iK.VNl) l.mwK OKKICKKS 10O3-1904 K. of P. OF MISSOURI. c;. C-.. A tri.ri W. 1.1.JJ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 29 July 1904

Women who work, store, office or factory, ability to stand the strain. The case of Miss Frankie Orser, of Boston, Mass., is interesting to all women, and adds further proof that woman's great friend in need is Lydia E. Pinfcham's Vegetable Compound "Obab Mm. Pixxram: I Buffered misery for several year. Mr back ached and I had bearing down pains, and frequent headaches. I would often wake from a restful sleep in such pain and misery that it would be hours before I could close my eyes again. I dreaded the long nights and weary days. I could do no work. 1 consulted different physicians hopinir to get relief, but, finding that their medicines did not cure me, 1 tried Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound, as it was highly recomended to me. I am glad that I did so, for 1 soon found that it was the medicine for my case. Very soon I was rid of every ache and pain and restored to perfect health. I feel splendid, hare a fine appetite, and have gained in weight a lot." Miss Fbankie Obseb, 14 ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 29 July 1904

THE TRAIN SERVICE OF THE MIS-'MSt MUIS IS TNI CUT Open tram t . m. ! SOURI PACIFIC. trlntf SmU If DctlrtJ short Orderi All noun 12 (B. The Oriental Cafe 910 EAST 12TH STREET. OVKIl SMITH S I.HI'ii KToliK. HUNT & BROWNING, PROPRIETORS. K 4.HAft CITY, KAKKAB. Tl. tVur flyers tliat 1-avo Knnsns iiy i';i;o:i ,i-;ot .la fly fur St. Louis and ;t!i .intH l'.ast iiuio the leaving t :'.,; M .io a. in . 1:10 p. m,. 1 : 1 3 p. in. ""I 1 ' p. in. No i'tli r line from I'.i i.; - r.iy difir.- to t!n traveling !"' ' :-:.r!i tr.i:i .- I vicv via St. l,miis. N !( pn:-f:i, i,f tho f;lJt n I I" p. in. arrives in St. Louis I- j : . !.!- cuuniM-ti.iu.s in st. I '' v"!'i tli" ; t:im I Union s'litmns1 uit'i K.i t.'tri and Soiit!.-a.-,t.Tii trains.! Tl n!y In;.' leaving Kansas City af-' t r Hi ' ttpiras, l.in;i tii. i tim; nml Suii.lay nii'.lit ('Inirt'li service, at 10:13 p. in. i.riil arrivirt; in St. Louis at 7:20' a. in . in tune for all K.istorn cornice-1 t us. j iu::1') p. ni.--in:C n. in.; Oma:i...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 5 August 1904

Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME IX. LEXINGTON NEWS. Prof. Brown and wife of Kansas City were the guests of Rev. Gilbert and wife Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Thlrkles re turned home from the Grand Session Monday morning, which was uem ai St. Charles, accompanied by their Bis ter, Mrs. Thompkins. Miss J. Ray, of Mayvlew were In the city a few days last week. Mrs. F. E. Hayden, Mr. Brashere, Mr. Shipley, who were delegates to the Grand Session which was held at St. Charles returned home Monday morning. They report having an ex cellent time. Messrs R. Talbott, R. Wilson, L. Colley, W. Williams, spent Sunday In Independence; also Mr. and Mrs. Wilson. Mr. Clarence Elan and Miss Julia Smith were united in matrimony on July 23rd; also Mr. Abner Brookins and Miss Eva Holmes on July 23rd. Mr. James Hawkins purchased him a home on Main street last week from Mr. J. Epps. We love to see coiored people buy homes. We wish him suc cess. The entertainment that was given by the Valiant Kn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 5 August 1904

PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT ACCEPTS Outlinet the Work of Hit Administra tion and Talk uf Future. OYSTER Y.-I'reaidi'ltt Ruttse Toll l;lis luill officially notified uf his liutniiiul inn lure. The townspeople at largo were not permitted, as In liUiO, to vi-tii. Sit;H!iioro hull and listen to tho spi-eiiies, although there wtre niiuiy gtirsu. At 1J:0 Speaker Joe Cannon Hepped forward ami directed his speech to tho president. Ho said, In purl: "The Republican party undrr your londi rt-hlp kn'ps lis rocord from the beginning, under Lincoln, of dointf things, tin right things, at tho right time and In tho right way, notwith standing tho opposition r( those who oppose, right policies from tho selfish or puriisu.fi t-tuiiilputtit. They dare not t w 1 1 tin truth nliout your official uctlou or the n-cord of tho party and tht n rotiilt-mn It.' At tht conclusion of Mr. Cannon's speech tho president -spoke us follows: Mr. S-..aUir :;::1 l',t nt'iim-ii of l N'titir.iti"ti Oitnnnllre; 1 atn .tretily .:i...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 5 August 1904

1 tie Labor Shut thetn from the light of day, Dividends, dividends; Rob them of their youth and play, Dlvldenda. dlvldenda: Stunt and dwarf the coming race, Klabby limb and bloodless fare A prison mill, the Infant'a place- Dividends! Dividends! teal their freedom and their Joy, Dividends, dividends; Sacrlllre the girl and boy. Dividends, dividends; Foolish, blind. Impotent state. Fowlror dragon teeth of hate Save thy nuMlnr from this fate- Dividends! Dividends! Robert Loveman. ftp (Efo8& 9QW (MP JHJEUW, BY GeORQC DTeR CLDRIDGE Copyright, 1901, by The Shortstory A land bo desolate that Imagina tion might not picture it; the surface alternating in gray and red, where the disintegrated lino and sandstone lay side by side without mingling; a soil too coarse for vegetation, hard with the baking of a burning sun, and worn Into ridges, where the spring torrents from the melting snow of the mountains bad eaten away the softer earth. In scattered clumps, gray sage seeming In Its lifeless...

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. — 5 August 1904

r THE RISING SON. LEWIS WOO D8 busmena Maaagw. Published Eery Week RISING SON PUBLISHINCCO isTtSL'HsCKl ITION KATKS: to. Tr. H I ; uio1 ha It I 'irrx uiontti M Ou. munlh U Strictly pnld In diine Sntmd at I'ic '').( Ci'ir at Kanta CXtj, a .Second ( 'in.' Mixtttr. Correspondent wanted In ever city and tow n iu till Mate. Write a. All news matter intended for pub lication should reach our office not la ter than TutMay, i( each week and mutt be sinned iiy the writer not for publication, but a. guarantee of auth sntirltv. JFMCIi-No. 117 West Sixth St., Kansas City, Me. II m I Aclverttcttiitf Rntti, for o l.nh, od. Insertion . . . . $ M fur on. Inch, ex-h utiMxjii.at Insertion. .3u for ti larkr. Ihrve mnutli It) Fr two tacli., til month InO For two lnch, alnit month 10 00 re two Inchva twelts njontlis 1100 OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE REST. ifc The paid circulation of The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colore...

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. — 5 August 1904

THE EISIHG SOir A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. O. H. JONES, 612 Jersey avenue. Remember please .'toe little bit we collect here a n there That enable! ua to run from year to year." LOCALS. Ice cream social at the Guild hall 2424 Tracy avenue, every Thurs3ay evening. Remember that a social Is held at the Guild Hall, 2424 Tracy avenue, ev ery Thursday evening. R. R. Finley, who has been sick at the Douglas hoRpltal passed away Sat urday, July 23rd, 4.30 p. m. Mr. Thomas Easley of Hannibal Is In the city the guest of his sister, Mrs. M. E. Henderson, 7th and Paseo. Mrs. Alice V. Watklns. of Kansas City, Kan., is conducting a teachers Institute for one month at Anadarko, Okla. Geo. W. Walker, the artist, and Green Henri Tapley, his private sec retary, passed through last Tuesday evening en route to New York. Harry G. Brown left Sunday for St Louis, where he will spend two weeks. He will be the guest while there of Mrs. Laura Walker, his aunt. Mrs. Elizabeth Richardson of Kid- East ...

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. — 5 August 1904

IVEN AWAY wur ureat speolal Complete vinrmygnm, ONLY BEAUTY OUTFIT 1 WQRTH FIVI DOLLARS. ONLY df) f 99 The nflllrrV'.vs of the Louisiana 1 li In S."Hi'liil fiim I '. 'tl li.inv lll.t im.'.i' mi iiiipr'iprinn m nf 'ih.i..'ii, whli k wi.l .e . r t .-r.t r-. J . in in . mlr.'tv, to the per. hnti w),liw'iil;Hi,iii"(Hnvii's:iiii:iio of I A T Null I'Tof pli.i :ii'tiri.!nli to the 1. 1 tl rt K p. v t lull. whl.h 8oiirrMrCnlnof Admission sreof artlstle u.i, i.proprl,.te drsiirn. arc Invaluable us itiimcmos of ri-ntpst of til Kxikini. lions atl nroKiti.ilnr to tint Columbian Mnlf IM.nr. l.lr from their Intrinsic value, wo w' II mv. pt th-m fu x.-h.mtff for ri-ifular tlikeisof adtnltslon In tint Worlds Kiiir. l 'I . ' . I V I . .1 . .. I ,., , li t. 1 -i !. ,. pi it l-t 1 i .4 vi,.i;.l i t,(, , i I . ." ; i'"n"f niiiiiiinin a t cket '.;.:l!.;:7;.:;.v.;;,:v;:: nv,.r:v Ki:wv:; "r ...rpnv,.;.,;,;;,';,::::,;;,:,'!: Vo i r;::1 :n,,;;t'rllrrv,',i;r"' ,- iv.,; nTH.j Our .l u-i-t In ...,t, I "''"'r "...

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. — 5 August 1904

Pincushion Swallowed Up Needles. A lady In this olty, reading that a Jdncushlon that had been In use for some time, on being opened developed about 150 needles, had the curiosity Jo pull apart a pincushion that she kad been using about twenty-five years. She found by actual count 410 needles. Hartford Courant. Hospital Flowers. All the hospitals and almshouses In Berlin are regularly supplied with fresh flowers from the public gardens, while twice a week each of the na tional schools receives from 100 to 150 specimens of four different kinds of plants for use at botany lessons. Will Marry Sweethearts' Mother. The sweetheart of a man at Col mar, Prussia, died some time ago. He was accepted subsequently by her sister, who died, however, two days before the wedding day. In a few weeks he will wed ,tne mother of his tw3 for mer sweethearts. Japanese Letter Writing. The Japanese address their letters the reverse of what we do, writing the country first, then the city, the street and numb...

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. — 5 August 1904

THE TRAIN SERVICE OF THE MIS- MSTW4U W IHI CII Open f- rem 8 (. a. It SOURI PACIFIC. : rrnait senice it Bfiirta m p. m. anori ursvri an noiri The Oriental Cafe 910 EAST J2TH STREET. "Yl"ll SMITH S Mild xrullK. HUNT & BROWNING, PROPRIETORS. KANSAS CITY, KAINHAA. Tli- f.mr flyers that leave Kansas City 1'ninii (lepiit daily for St. Louis ami all points Hast note the leaving titue: lit; 10 h. in , 1:10 p. in., 9:13 p. lit. and 1 . : f r p. in. No ut'u r lino from Ki!!i--;i.s City oifirs U tins traveling puliiic s n li train s'Mvioo via St. Louis. Note t!ii n. '-,v ilepait'in of the fast Mail at 1:10 p. tn. arrives in St. Iouls ;l p. in.; close contuH-tiotis In St. l.oii with the Cram! Union stations will; I'axtern nixl Southeastern train. The only linn leaving Kansas City af ter the Operas, l.odo meetings and Sunday nij;ht Church service, at 10:45 p. in. m.il arriving In St. Louis at 7:20 a. in., hi time for all Kasteru connec t; us. ld:20 p. m 10:5i a. m.; Omaha At St. 1'nul Expre...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 12 August 1904

I Pays to Advertise In the Rising Gon VOLUME IX. 8ENATOR GEORGE G. VEST. The State of Missouri loses one of her staunchest representatives In the person of Senator Vest. Though set in his ways and determined, he was a man of sterling worth, a good de bater and a conscientious statesman. TRUE TO HIS TRUST. W. Vance, porter on one of the Pull man cars that barely escaped going down into the river at Eden, Col., last week, deserves some mention for his heroic deed in saving the lives of all under his care. When he saw the chair car disappear into the seething stream ahead, he sprang to the brake and turned It again and again until his hands bled. When the Pullman sleeper was checked, one-third of It hung over the boiling waters. The front trucks had broken loose and gone down. LEXINGTON NEWS. Quite a crowd went to Hlgginsvllle Sunday to attend the dedication of the A. M. E. church. The amount raised at morning and 'afternoon service was $159. Rev. Sage Is doing & grand work in that...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 12 August 1904

fsryA ;t.?y7z.-:-v -v Tne Night Cometh. Tl ! t ,-elli' III' - ! ..; ,1 I! ,. ' m-ft lei-ii". r ..tut .-1 .1 i i .1 1 !! iiuh.i! r.iyf 1 . ii, ' ! Vv n,. I t'.'-'-r. th" rl.nvt Ar.-I f . a: .-' l.vin lr-m J-fr V I i ' . n ,,-,1 ..r'i. i; I'. Hr'ii W;lll jill i K:i .ir.iis wit fii'iu tin- l.ir !...! .: . ! . I i :i. :. t i tin ! n 'J, tilt1! , V it'll ' x'.flft ", ' ' It:- ! t' Ml . til it IIS, 'I I" tt M. n:' t. -. .1 .In ..t..t r..-t. 1 : ' . I. ttl.- tl..it tin- lT.l .n- l- -t . .!,. '. v,,j,. wl' i-i!l Waken '"TO. Ti . ,,; wise tit ot.it t.nl r t. ,' i- : t i "tn. 111! V. V. - -. hi- ..-i.r t!i-i n rt t'l-.I.iy I r i ... k- i-- ,i t..t;V w.i.v. I . . w I ;. I HI .. r. ' Hi Wl'tl '-,rp I t ! 1 V l,- r 1 f It- 'Ml .t l . '; . :: 1 1 ! " C it :. r. h .w kI.i.I tli"'1 J or i' ' ' ' I.-'' i n i.-.imi. f I. cult 'I'' I. !.l i . .tl.. I. ' ..vt,.- -.. . ; i-r: n '.-i- ri,v i t- t' . .. .. i- -.'it. it. !-. . r l'.ir . )..". I. - t ' . u . tn ..: it 1 i'i.I f mi. I - . (.!: : ..ii.. ill i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 12 August 1904

The Song Just A little bit of frfithsr And life nnd mnt, nil hold toRPthrr By a heart almost ton small to bmt. And cobweb wlnps. nml twinkling fi-ot. AVhrr. In a hoJy as small as thin. Does he store the pulsion of joy and bill!!. Of life In Its utmost ecstasy. Which his little thront pours out to me? No shadow of fonr his heart can know, Or thnt perfect music could not flow Bo sweet, so rlenr, so cxultlnnly. A light as the wind, and as wild and free. Ha Is surely ths heart of the summer weather Life, joy und sonjr. In a hit of f outlier. Ninette M. Lowatcr. caipe Copyright, 1899, by The Shortstory There Is a llttlo taxidermist's shop on Fourth avenue which is a curious ' place. It Is very dusty and very full of strange fowl, tucked In, one behind the other, on shelves that cover all of one side of the room, and on the other a wizened little old man sits all day long beside a pile of most evil smelling eklns and dispenses words of wisdom to whoever cares to listen. Ono day when Marri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 12 August 1904

THE RISING SON. 'LEWIS WOODS Btuunees Malaga. Published Every Week RISING SON HUBLISHINCCO 'BlTBSUHIITION RATES: tn Tear. 1.1 DKllH rire iDimtnt On auntu , ,il M U Iirtctlj pnlJ In advanra tmUrd at the Prut OjHce at Kan$t VStf, M Sian.d CUim Matter. Correspondent wanted to every city an town id this stale. Write us. All new ni.'UUT Intended for pub lication should reach our office not la ter tbAo TutBila.v, of each week and mutt be signed by the writer not (or publication, but a guarantee of auth enticity. FFIOIi-Mo. 117 West Sixth Kansas City, Mo. at.. Ad vartialiiw Rtttee. For oa t.D, oo lartto $ M at oat Ineb, rich iitwijuiol InterUoo U fur two Imin, three mouth Ida FuMwo lactie. I moalti I 00 for two Inch, nlu month 10 00 ovtwolnesM tvclv month ltd) 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. November 8 is among the tilings...

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