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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 12 August 1904

THE EISIHO SOIT A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. O.H.JONES, 612 Jersey avenue. Remember please t'e trie little bit we collect here a n there That enables us to run from year to year.' LOCALS. TO OUR COLORED FRIENDS. Please don't ask us for credit when you bring an ad to the paper. Please bring the money. We pay as we go and you must pay. Mr. John Hill of the Savoy is still improving In health. There will be a social at the Guild hall, 2424 Tracy avenue, next Thurs- day evening. Mrs. Alice V. Watklns, of Kansas City, Kan., is conducting a teachers institute for one month at Anadarko, Okla. The Old Folks and Orphans' home returns thanks to the People's Ice com pany for a coupon book for 1,000 pounds of ice. U. B. Cole of Carthage, Mo., is do ing good work in the southeastern part of the state in the Interest of the Rising Son. Mrs. Neeley, wife of Prof. Neeley of Kansas City, Kan., has cards out for a reception to be given Thursday after noon in honor of her sister. Have your print...

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. — 12 August 1904

Our Great 8peclal- IVEN AWAY vompiexe WORTH PIVI DOLLAR. ONLV tfifin BEAUTY OUTFIT H w.VAVVD,raR0wfRTMM.,x",rasa HARMLESS-RELIABLE-SUPREME READ! READ I WORTH riVI DOLLAR. inGOLD TVe IV nr.l cf Dtre.'tnra. nf iik T.otillnnn l'l.r.'lii.'. ..,i fiiir ( '"lu i"iii,;i;itiy will set ;i;.I- mi n;l.ripiiaM.,M i f f V i.i Mil, which ;i: l" ,:. .'i.tt'.. t'i it:t Irt-t to the per. h'i w'h' :i ('"ir- rtfMfnm' of t tin lAl 1' l.lllll''T ! l .11 ! H'llhNv.tn to till l...i:t ,.i:,;i l'uri'l,:ir K x i" 's 1 1 ion, vth'th .li-t .i ;i! St I. -v Ar.nl :l":h mid rloics I ! 1 1 1 1 i- 1-v 1 im. Mi. mi l mi one micr I tn it m in,- t!ii- m;u t nuint'iT. tic iiioii.-y V, t t.r,... i.'.-.l '.i tt ' or, wji'i Ht'trN in l(:.'t.''iint firr-r' i iiii,.iti'. 'I lit L'ol'l.'ii t.pv .i r r. -.win-n iii:u'iiif'iiit Fortune cta Ni'TIUSii. i mr uliwi In ttialtltirf lli'.a ui.pr. i.'t t il nfl' r la tn nilviT'im and p...i.oti. tl.r ;iic of i'iir Souvenir Coin i,f AJuiii:uu Hi lh.; World's I-.rtr. Those Souvenir riln ...

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. — 12 August 1904

Jfirigf-": ifiSLW; tf-W.'V a5?Na. I '-., :.- r l Mrs. Hughson, of letter follows, is another woman in high position who owes her health to the use of Lydia R Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. "Dear Mrs. PrvitnAM: I suffered for several years with general Tceakncsa and bearing -down pains, caused by womb trouble Jly apiie tite was fitful, and I. would lie awake for hours. and could not Bleep, until I soemod more weary in the morning than when I retired. After reading one of your advertisements I decided to try the merits of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable ( onwonnil, and I am so glad I did. Ko one can descrilw the good it did me. I took three bottles faithfully, and besides buildinsr up my general health, it drove all disease and poison out of my body, and made me feel as spry ami active as a yourig girL Mrs. Pinlcham s medicines are certainly all they are claimed to be. Mas. M. E. Iluemsox, 347 East Ohio St., Chicago, I1L Mrs. Pinkliara Tells How Ordinary Tasks Produce Displacement. Appare...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 12 August 1904

THE TRAIN SERVICE OF THE MIS SOURI PACIFIC. Bf SI MMIS I till CITT Oats Fr.i S I. m. te rrlt Smite If On.. 12 . Skort Oreert All Hotfi The Oriental Cafe 9J0 EAST I2TH STREET. OVIH SMITH ll(l'l HTnHK. HUNT & BROWNING, PROPRIETORS. KANHAK CITY, MIAAOURf. Ttio four flyiTs that lonvo Kansas! City fnion depot daily for St, Louis! atnl all points Kant note tho leaving j timo: 10:10 a. m , 1:10 p. m., 9:13 p. m. j mill li; t" p. in. No oilier lino from Kansas City offers to tho traveling pili!ie such train service via St. I u is. I Note tiie new departure of tho fasti mail nt 1:10 p. in. arrives in St. Louis, .l J'' p. in ; close connections In St. i Loins with the (.rand Union utatlons with Kastern and Southeastern trains. The only line leaving Kansas City af ter tho Operas. Lodge meetings and Sunday night Church service, at 10:43 p. in. and arriving in St. louis at 7:20 a. in.. In timo for all Kastern connec t;. tis. 10:20 p ni 10:5 a. m.; Omaha & St. Paul Express. Ket;niit equip...

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. — 19 August 1904

1 It Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME IX. LEXINGTON NEWS. Mr. Paul Whitworth of Kansas City Is here visiting. Miss Ruth Johnson went to Inde pendence Saturday. Miss Bessie Jacobs of Richmond is here visiting her grandmother and aunt. Mr. Joseph Bowler and Miss Alma Thuston of Kansas City were here Sunday. Miss Julia Lawson of St. Louis is here visiting her sister, Mrs. Thomas Williams. There was a rally at the A. M. E. church Sunday. The amount raised was $53.10. Miss P. Graham, Miss M. White and Mr. Albert McKenney spent Sunday in Kansas City; also Miss Daisy Good win. Miss Arline Freeman and Miss Ethel Henderson went to Independence on Monday to spend a week with Miss Emma Raglan. Rev. Tompkins of St. Louis preach ed at the Second Baptist church morning and evening. Every one was pleased that heard him. Mr. A. W. Walker and Mrs. F. T. Bolton, who are delegates, left Monday evening to attend the grand lodge of the U. B. F.'s and S. M. T.'s, which is ' held at Sedalia. Pro...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 19 August 1904

( w w To Utilize Spare Corners. T!:o woman whose family lias a pen chant fur inns'). munis will find that It U an easy matii r to raUe thorn her st If ami that for a wry littlo money outiuy. If flip linn a spare corner In a htaltliful cellar or Mini, lot her place there some pails containing a manure mixed w : t h a sprinkle of cooking snlt ami a lit t : loam. Sln should procure Jr. -'in a reliable source some bricks of spavin, and after breaking theso Into cubic Inches press the pieces well Into the inoli!, tn li.ir can ful to water them every day or two. The result will he that. In less than two months, she iiil have a fair growth of mushrooms fr an original euht of perhaps ten Ci 1. 1 s. Girl'i Yoke Collars. No one of the many itcressorles of the season is more attractive or more useful than the yoke collar. It makes the plain f:oek a dressy one. It brings the d'ess of last year up to date and It Is u I t o g e t h e r charmin:; In ltsivf Those very pretty models nro de signed fo...

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. — 19 August 1904

n II If u mm The turf grows as preen in Illinois as In Ireland In places. There are pine and spruce trees in the forests of Wisconsin and Michigan as tall and lair as any in Norway. Milwaukee, it is averred, brews as Rood beer as Munich. And, incontestably, the sun shines as bright and water runs as clear in the new world as in the old. Yet sooner or later the American citizen of foreign birth begins to doubt these and similar facts, or If he ad mits them he is still conscious of a feeling that sunshine, green fields, mountains, trees and ruins are at least placed In happier combination in his native land than elsewhere. Then, in spite of his pride in his Americanism a pride which is often intense he has an inward and grow ing, conviction that the customs of that native land are in some respects Immeasurably superior to those of the land of his adoption. There comes a time, at last, when the call of country sounds clearlyNind Forgotten by Most, unmistakably in the alien s ear. He he...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 19 August 1904

THE RISING SON. Lewis wuuiis iuurs Manager. Published Every Week RISING SON PUBLISHINGCO SinisCKUTION RATKS: Oa e Tear In mosUis .. .. f ire minitns On aiuDtb . BM . .it lirtctl; paid In advance tUrd at Iht VivH 0iet at Kannat Oil J, at 5cotd CiiM Matter. Correspondent wanted In every city tod town in till- state. Write us. All new matter intended for pub llcatlun should reiich our office nut la ter than Tutsday, of cacti week and muat be dinned by the writer not (or publication, but as guarantee of auth enticity, SFFICIi-No. 117 West Sixth St., Kansas City, Mo. A(lvcrli)ii RnUi, for p l-h. one Insertion I M or one Inch, each tulnvural Insertion U f or two !cfcc, three raiMiih I UO f.ir two Isctiei, sl oiontli Six) for t wo Itu-liK, tilri mouth 10 iu or two indies twelva months 1 J UO 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....

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 19 August 1904

THE RISING SON. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. a. H. JONES, 612 Jersey avenue. Remember please t's tte little bits we collect here n there That enable! tin to run from year to year." LOCALS. TO OUR COLORED FRIENDS. Please don't ask us (or credit when you bring an ad to the paper. Please bring the money. We pay as e go and you must pay. Remember the social at the Guild hall next Thursday evening. Robert Riley and his mother have moved into their new home on Wood land avenue near Eighteenth. Dr. J. E. Dibble wishes it known that he is still occupying his office on Twelfth street and has not moved into the Masonic building. Have your printing done at National Printing company, a negro business doing modern printing. 205 Wales building, Sixth and Delaware. For fine wedding Invitations, calling cards, etc., call on The Granam Rhodes Printing Co now located at 704 East 12th 8t, up stairs.. "Printers of Everything." When you visit Weston don't fail to visit the Ice cream parlor and th...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 19 August 1904

IVEM. AWAY Complete WORTH riVI DOLLARS. ONLY aTilrtn LI Our Great 8poclal BEAUTY OUTFIT IF HARMLESS-RELIABLE-SUPREME READ I READ I 3 I VUGOLD TTe Hoard of DIre-tnrt of the t.oulnlana :ur.h-r H.iuvrTitr r.tin tvriipunv wlllst't ,.t.. tin ftttnr.itirluM.,11 of l.'.ll (Hid ttlit. k i.l be ;iri i'nl(M. In Itn min t v. to the pop. w It.t fr.iN n- a entTrct I'sttniiito of tin 1.- V A 'I1 IlKiii t.itt ,i.l ,lm(Kai..na .. . .. .. Lout. Una liiri'liu..c K.M'oiltlon. which cP''Tif'l :it St. Linr.". Annl ;bnh and oliisi m lit ! nii" P lt. 1 "U. Mionlil no ntm Mit'ffi'ii in c-i lmat.iti,r lb'- rin'l number, the nionpv w '11 lf (irrii'ii;it to tM" ot.i' who nrtn1s n. the r.'Mri'M cornel r-tiniilti'. Thin gnloVn il it ,rt ii ii f v tn nrriirr tt lli.u- 111 tli'fti t l-'or t m.i. i-m NivriiiMi. iiir nl ,t i t l:i in i. kit,., llun ui.r i-' ilri'.ti il lift p I In ilImt'i'i' anil nmnti" tin' Mi.f nr our fouvcntr Colim ,f i.. ... Wi.t-:.!'- l.".tf n- "v'i" f i "'ii . Must AJu.Ni.wu tu ttii.' PotiTen...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 19 August 1904

LOW RATE TICKETS CLOSELY OBSERVED. i i Railway Officials Making Every Effort to Stop Scalping of Nontrans ferable Transportation to St. Louis. Passenger officials are making CTery 'effort to prevent the nontransferable railroad tickets to the Fair bpinu used by any other than the original purchaser. Legislation, both Federal, State and city, has been Invoked, and the courts have, without exception, held that the tale of a nontransferable ticket such as Is used for excursion traffic to the Fair Is illegal and the purchaser Is In many Instances liable for forgery, In asmuch as these tickets have to be signed In the name of the original pur chaser. With'the law behind them, the steady fight which the passenger men aro making against the ticket brokers, It Is believed, Is bearing fruit. At the same time, an enormous num ber of cheap tickets are sold to per ' aons either passing through St. Louis or returning from the Fair. In many Instances the conductor does not discover the fraud unti...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 19 August 1904

THE TRAIN SERVICE OF THE MIS- BfSt WIMS II IKE CUT 0r From 8 t. a). t SOURI PACIFIC. friit Smite If Pnlffi Short Order All floart 12. m. The Oriental Cafe 910 EAST I2TH STREET. itr.ii xmi i n s inu.it mtokk HUNT & BROWNING, PROPRIETORS. KAKHAH CITY, MISSOURI. The four r.yt rs tliat leave Kunsua City I'njim depot dully for St. Louis and u!l pomts l,;t?t note tho leaving, time: lo: lo :. 1 : 10 p. in., !: 13 p. in. and l': i", p. m. .n (,t!n r line from K.u.i.s t'.ty nlfi is to the traveling pill. In- trim service vl:i St. I.hhs. Note the le w depiirture of the fast Mail ft 1:1" p. in. arrives In St. Louis it i 1 p in.: clse coiner tioii3 In St. l.oui-i wiili Hie Crand I'nion stations wi'd K,in-rn ami Southeastern trains. The (!.; line leaving Kansas City af ter tie- Op' las, 1,odi;e lii' i tinus and Siind.iv nit,lit t'liurcli service, at 10:1." p. in. and arriving in St. Ixmi.i nt ":-0 . in., in time for all Eastern connec f n. in:Co p. ni. 11:5 n. in.; OtnnliA V St. Paul Kxprcss...

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. — 26 August 1904

it &C0 to Advertise In the Rising Gon VOLUME IX. FAIRBANKS IN THE BIO HALL. Republican 8tate Campaign to Be Opened Here September 3 The Speakers, In Addition ta the Vice Presidential Nominee, Will Be Cy- ' rus P. Walbrldgs and Other Candi dates on the State Ticket. The Republican State Campaign wilt open in Kansas City Saturday even ing:, September 3, with a meeting in Convention hall, at which United States Senator Charles W .Fairbanks, nominee for Vice-President, and Cyrus P. Wolbrldge, nominee for governor of Missouri, will be the principal speak ers. (p The other nominees on the state tlci,otl will also speak. ham' ir Fairbanks will speak in M.of PC Kan., September 2. this being k'hnV' We8tern speech of the cam r t thought there will be no ' ' proper. ' in 8ecur'nK hist presence At the old eoldin in regard to the opening r a small aalgn in Missouri was taken J u nniblican state executive com on Sunrtgt ye8terday after. for skill'' Kansaa CitJr wa" "elected ether for6 for fir...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 26 August 1904

Psalm XXIII. The t rr-V mv Htn'i'tii-nl i vrr Iiit; A fl "ii'i iy I im wifii Miull ki:ow. In mm iin- vtii'ti Hi- iiuihf mi' nit. llf li.nH mi- when- Mill Miiti'i'S flnw. J!i cv.vp rcoln'i My mml lu ii IN- for III fnitiii In I- nli.i ir m a wifh suoror mot fMlni iiinl r.iinfnrtliff: f c.iki- milili-K my lect iiiul i iKlili'Diifi'tf' Yen. I'imikIi 1 walk llinuiKh ili'.ith's d.irk V ill'. No fi-.ir nf i 'I hall tlicr f. l'.'f 'I turn iir! with tin : in ir ran fall Th rml anj KiafT tu i-oinfuil nu-. l-'or nii Tlmii lut n t.iWe xi.niil :i-f.Ti' ttv- iii.'iic f mv turn: ifli .. T .a an ai I mv hi ail: My i.f .. umi'k uwitloM. (fi. fniri-H iitiIv i;iari Shall f. I nv l nil Tl" :i! .1- h.n a ff . h I'll li.i .Iw.-ll r.ii - it. i: llff Ik hit; Ji- iltmVi! i Vi rnnTi A I'.. Illi r. n n. A Vision of Divine Duty. An. I tlio Afic 1 nf Hi" l.i ml iiin'nrrd liiiln I. mi in a llaim- . fur i.iil uf tin fnlilst m a luiKli. at,. I hn li.-.ki-il. innl. li'tnil-l. Il.i- l.iii .iiii;.-,i with iir... ami ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 26 August 1904

W n u rccmciiiucr. m 8 The tint ma? com In that far fabled land Which we are taught Death opena to our View, When I, with tearful eyes, ahull vain ly aue ... For the dear touch of familiar hand). The look of eyea that ever nnderetand. ' The klaa from llpa whoae klaa and word are true. On. crant me thle Vhen 1 ahall call to you. In loneliness, from that eo distant at rand; If you should hear me In the hush of eve. Breathe omething tender for me to the nigh. E'en if your heart ha a now forgotten me quite; For I. ao far away, must needs believe, . Then, In my darkness, I ahall iee light Tour love for me and 1 ahall cease to grieve. K. II. Bothers In Harper Weekly, a Y 5 Toung Johan could see hl9 future pread before him like a smooth white fabric. He did not need to worry over a choice of calling, as so many other young men have to do, or the best way of earning his living. There were no long years of study before him -.His comfortable living was growing and ripening in the fields of Ho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 26 August 1904

rHE RISING SON. LEWIS WOODS nunneai Mutgv. Published Every Week WISING SON HUBLISHINCCO rHLIHsCKllTlON BATES: feat Tear ma maath M , .71 TirM inontna at lOMBOatfe ..v U turletly paid In advance Watered at fto af Offioi at Kama OUf, i m ix.d CkiM Jf after. n.tMiinnnHnn(i aanfat In iiB.V i ivnvuui u w estj vu a v j mwj town id thl lute. Write no. ' All newt matter Intended for pub lication ihould reach our office nut la ter than Tuesday, of each week and Butt be ilf ned by the writer not (or publication, but as guarantee of auth tntlclty. rtPMCIi-No. 117 West Sixth St., ' Kansas City, Mo. Advartiatntc Rattes, rot oae leeh. ooa toeerttnn I M or ooe loco, each eabeequeat loMitloa. M for two techee, three amnio tut Fur two lache, al nwatti 100 for two loch, nine moalba 10 00 ro two laebaa, twelva aioatha 1100 OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL w plE REST. i The paid circulation 1 of The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 26 August 1904

THE RISING SOH, A. W.i Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo O. H. JONES, 612 Jersey avenue. Remember please t's the little blta we collect here a n t here That enables us to run from year to year." LOCALS. TO OUR COLORED FRIENDS. Please don't ask us for credit when you bring an ad to the paper. Please bring the money. We pay u go and you must pay. Dr. Snelson was a called at our of fice last week. Prof. I. E. Page of Oklahoma has re newed his subsciiptlo nto the Son. Mrs. Ed Gibbs and her sister, Josle, spent several weeks at Excelsior Springs. Mrs. J. Silome, one of the teachers of Lincoln Institute, paid us a visit last week. . Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Brown are at home to friends at their new home, 350 Lydla avenue. Mrs. Frances Jackson will leave on September 1 for Lincoln Institute, where she is to take a class In peda gogy. . .. Mrs. C. W. Reed, of Jackson, Tenn is visiting her father, and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Lyle, of 1025 Charlotte street. W. H. Noland returned home last week, after a...

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. — 26 August 1904

1 IVEN AWAY Our Great 8peclal Complete WOKTM riVI DOLLARS. ONLY fl BEAUTY OUTFIT li" 66 9P Tlio Board of tMraelnr of the Louisiana Purchase .H.iuvi'nir t'oln ronip;iny will Ret aside n aiiproprtetl.in of Sfiii.miO, srhtrh will t preeiitril, In It entirety, to tha per son a li-i enit us a cnmvl estimate of the KX Ai'T nunitr iif patil atlrnlsslutiR to the I.Miisl;ina I'tirrliase Kjtisttion, which reti'it it St t,ni!, April Snth nA closes lvM'mtT lt. llt"4. Shmiiil no one succeed In tj-.ilnaunp tre rtnct number, the money w 11 Im prnsruirtl to I h one who sen, la us the n'-urct cum ft estimate. This ffoloVn ottrtm:tv t.i secure a niairiilfli'ent Fortune c sts NOTIIIMi. Our object In tniiklnr thin utipreceiietiuil f!T l ti a1ver'le promote- the sttlc our Souvenir Coins of Admission to the Worl.t'a FnAr. I'tirse Souvenir folne of ArtmUilon .roof artUtle en. I appropriate dirn. are Invaluable ma nirmrntoa of thin greatest of all Kinosl tluns and are similar to the Columbian Half Dollar, ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 26 August 1904

BACKACHE AND DIZZINESS at tf the All menu Femllar to the . Fmle Sex are Pa to Catarrh of i PeJwlo Urrfeae. MRS. M. BRICKNER. 99 Eleventh Street, . I Milwaukee, IV. f 'i4 Aort me o bumf my con aitlon very serious, I had headache; paint In the hack, and frequent ditty spells which grew worse every month. I tried two remedies before Pcruna, and wan dlscouriged when I took the tint dote, but my courage aoon returned. In less than two months my health waa restored." Airs. M. Brick ner. The reason of so many failures to cure rases similar to the above is the FEIMfrf TROUBLE fact that diseases peculiar to the female Bex are not commonlv NOT RECOGNIZED A3 CATARRH. recognized as being- caused by catarrh. Catarrh of one organ is exactly the same as catarrh of any other organ. What will cure catarrh of the head will also cure catarrh of the pelvic organs. Peru n a cures these cases simply be cause it cures the catarrh. If you have catarrh write at once to Dr. Ilartman, giving a full statement ...

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. — 26 August 1904

THE TRAIN SERVICE OF THE MIS- BUI Mts.lt n til CUT Ok Is 80URI PACIFIC. frhaU itnkt If Deists Start 0r i All Itosrj 12 a . The Oriental Cafe 910 EAST I2TH STREET. IIVKH SMITH'S llHUfl NTnKII HUNT & BROWNING, PROPRIETORS. IUNHAS CITY, MISSOURI. Tlio four flyer that Unvo Kansas City I'nlnn ilcpot dally for St. Louis and nil point a Hast note the l-avini; time: 10:10 n in . 1:10 p. iu., 1:13 p. tu. and 10: 4 3 p. m. No other line from Kansas City offers to the traveling public such train service via St. Ijouia. Noto the new ileparture of the fast mail At 1:14 p. ui. arrives In St. Ixnils Ht JO p. m.; olose connections In St. I. outs with tin Grand Union stations with Kastem ami Southeastern trains. The only lin leaving Kansas City af ter the Opera.-, I -oil pa meetings and Sunday night Church service, at 10:45 l. m. and arriving in St. IOuis at 7:20 a. m., In time for all Eastern connec ts a. 10:20 p. m 10: S' a. m.; Omaha & St. 1'uul Expreni. lOlegimt equipment. Pullman Sleep ...

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