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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 2 September 1904

4-v" ,1 II Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME IX. LEXINGTON NEW3. Rev. Sage and his members, of Hlg ginaville, were up assisting Rev. A. A. Gibbret in his last quarterly meeting for this conference year. Rev. Sage preached two eloquent sermons. At night Presiding Elder Snelson preach ed a fine sermon. His discourse was to the young people. It was quite instructive. Miss Emma Bush and Miss Mllian Chrlsman, of Independence, were the guests of Miss Emma Hayden last week. Misses Lucy Bush and Hattie Hughes, of Independence, spent Sun day with Miss F. E. Talbott. Mrs. Rosa Bush, of Independence, was the guest of Miss E. Parker last week, also Mrs. Dehoney and her (laughter were the guests of Mrs. Kirk Wilson. The colored fair at Hlgsinsvllle last week was a success. They paid their premiums and had quite a little sum left. They had splendid order during the three days. On Thursday there was an address delivered by Prof. Houston of Sedalla. Ho stated what rapid progress they had m...

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. — 2 September 1904

The Common Thing. The ui't'.t.' ifil I lie Krnll- uln. Tlte r..r b.nl aung lliat li.ill the T!v mm i l.,w !vi,t with fl.iwrr ftain, TMi' "W.iwi: l.inii, : ,.f r,'rtl. 'I'lr nr.i-n t!i;it )'ii"t-. t.i thr liriTir t.at c'liniinri, c,.nim,:i thliiK art- llii'm'! Tt-o lir.vi.l. Mux mlrr. r ,f the Like 'I'll it m I t 1 1 1 . link at tl.e cli'i'tuliK l"ky; TV. I..:i"v. t, , . that l.Mp nti.l tironk A ml t',.ntf thiir fnimy tiil Inuh; TN .lht' t !..;. that .me liv one TuM bark tin- lan. i s of tin- aim. Tl."" tir tint l.lao us ImvpN 1 1 .1 It, Ar.. I niak" t'li- w ,rM nl.l trvuf-rv. V Ml.- tl.v. ..ti tlinr a.i.li't.',l tail, ij.i sp. I'.litii; thf.niKh i tiTtilty A.T" l!T:f I'1'.. tn .1 ;M i'f ft'.u-e wi paths that . Imt il.lll!) trace .;i fhi'i nr. rofnmiin lironk nnil MM. An. I r,, of rul. an. I nn'a.low cr-i'ti; t-" ' .'tt'tt'.'ti i- it tiny noi'tn iinticinl, S i r 'Wtrun that thi v i I'tn nn-n-i-n. Am.! m thiri' tin 'lav ..r tittitit I Tut ti..irns all of tti.-lr ill light. N' ciimm.n ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 2 September 1904

English Rain Cent. 8mart coats that cover and protect the gowns are In demand for many other occasions as well as for wear Curing stormy weather. This one. While primarily designed for rain. Is available for trav eling, driving and all occasions that are liable to mean dust and can cor rectly be made of silk, linen or mo hair as well as of rainproof cloth, al though shown in cravenette mate rial, Oxford gray in color, stitched with. cortlcelll Bilk. The coat is an exceptionally good one and is made with loose fronts, fitted backs and ride-backs, over which the outer por tion, that Is stitched at its edges and which falls over the shoulders, is ar ranged. There is no collar, the neck lit ins: simply faced and stitched and the sleeves are the comfortable loose ones with flare cuffs. At the waist is a belt made in two portions. The quantity of material required (or the medium size is 11 yards 27 Inches wide, 6 yards 44 Inches wide or 6 "A yards 68 inches wide when n terial has figure 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. — 2 September 1904

THK RISING SON. UVlfi WOODS bumoM Maaager. Published Every Week RiSINfi SON PUBLISHINGCO WMdisCKl ITION UATKS: ttmt frmt .. IN 1 1 tnoath IS J"ir rauntria 40 Oo montn IS Strictly phU In advance Intend at tht '. Ojtirt at Karuin Oitj, as i'tcosd CVii.m Matttr. Correspondents wanted In every city and town in this state. Write us. All news matter intended fur pub lication should reach our otllce not la tor than Tutsriay, of each week and mutt be si(ftipd by the writer not for publication, but as guarantee of auth enticity. JFFICf I-No. 117 Weet Sixth St., Kaneae City, Mo. AdvcrtKlnu Rntae. or on lh, one Insertion. ror l or our Inch. reoh nut. Minimi Insertion. M For two lat-hre, ihrv miuiio I.UO FMwo laciie, m lunntti I0U Kr two Inch, nltin rmiruhn 10 IU tot two Inula twelve uTunlht ID 00 CLDEST 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. — 2 September 1904

I THE RI8HTG S01T, A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. O. H. JONES, 12 Jersey avenue. Remember please l' the little blta wecollect here a n there That enables ua 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 us go and you must pay. Mrs. Dalle Senro of Chicago is vis iting Miss Fannie Green, 1551 Main street. Walt for the Moberly excursion Sun day, Sept. 11th, via WABASH. $1.25 Round Trip to Moberly Sunday Sept. 11th, via WABASH. Visit your friends at Moberly Sun day, Sept. 11th, $1.25 round trip via WABASH. There was a grand love-feast at Al len chapel last Sunday night. A large attendance was in evidence. Mrs. W. H. Bousfield and her son, Mideon, have left for St. Louis, where they will visit the world's fair. W. H. Bousfield has returned from Excelsior Springs, w here he has been for the past week. Annie Gaines was called to Colum bia last Wednesday on account of the deat...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 2 September 1904

K At T n '.r i .?:! nUrlit innon rl !c hlirh, I !i r.irkl.i M..rs nre f.ilnt and blurred. A win, I (-. r r; ff; i i' r Pirth nrd fkjr AmJ the fl!iTd HitMke Is illy stirred. Ar i I t'-.r'.iitli thp rltv tr-vM nlone lio t'l tiil'l!: Inlwtin the winduw'd .ii:.i. I)t in ,1 ."ili-i'.t world of stme, A flil.i.lu uf vacant h.iii.i. Wli.it nre my tluniirhta In tills weird I'la C? Tli" i ! .! rs o.' foienci 7 the world? the t.. - N'. :i .irf still of tho hnmnn r.ioe; I tlu-.k i f n woin.in; I think of you. -Jimo Opjrnhclm Mrs. Boldcro. hnving been advised by the doctor "ti keep up her Mrength," hail ord-rod fur luncheon a rump steak ntnl kMrn-y pudding, which the was just nliout. t carve, nml some ti:utton cutlets, n-vw la front of Miss Lucy Westlake. h-T companion, whoso principal duly wa.s to read Mrs. Hol dero to sleep aft..-r the present meal and dinner. The pudding was served In ft white l.nsln with a napkin around It. and tl.o parlor maid t'ool. Interestedly looking on, wlill.' Mrs. Ho...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 2 September 1904

Mrs. Elizabeth H. Thompson, of Llllydale, N.Y., Qrand Worthy Wise Templar, and Member of W.C.T.U tells how she recov ered by the use of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. "Diar Mha. Piskhami I am one iof the many of your grateful frienda 'who have beeneured throurrh the use of Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and mho can tonlny I thank you for the fine health I enjoy. ' When I vrtA thirty-five years old, I 'suffered severe backache and frequent bearing-down pains; In fact, I had womb trouble I was very anxious to tret well, and reading of the cures your Compound had made, I decided to try It. I took only si x bottles.but It built mo up andcured me entirely of my troubles. "My family and relatives were naturally as gratified as I was. My niece had heart trouble and nervous prostration, and was considered incur able. She took your Vegetable Com pound and it cured her in a short time, and she became well and strong, and her home to her great Joy and her hus band's delight was...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 2 September 1904

THE TRAIN SERVICE OF THE MIS SOURI PACIFIC. MM mut 11 Trlf CUT rrMt Srnkt If Onlrta Start Orseri All Hotrt Ofta fnm $ a. a. I 12. a. The Oriental Cafe 9J0 EAST J2TH STREET. oVKII NMITM'lt IIUII. Ml 'PlIC HUNT & BROWNING, PROPRIETORS. KANftAft CITY, MIAAOURI. Tlio four flyers that have Kansas City I'liinn ili'imt daily for St. Louis' nii'l all points Kat note the leaving, time: lo: 10 a. in , 1 ;10 p. in., 9:15 p. in. nti'i l'):4."i p. m. No other line from! Kansas City offers to the traveling public siseh train service via St. Louis, i Note the n-w departure of the fast mail at 1:H p. m. arrives In St. Louis j nl Jii p. m.: close connections In St. ( Louis with the (i ran it Union stations; vl'h KaMern and Southeastern trains. Tie' only line leaving Kansas City af- ter tli.- ojHias, l.oili meetings audi Sunday niht Church service, at 10:45 p. in. and arrivitin in St. Uniis at 7:20 a. in., in time for all Eastern connec t.' i. Ill: 2 p. m. lO:!'1 a. ni.; Omaha Ac St. l'aul Expres...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 9 September 1904

II Pays to Advertise In the Rising Gon VOLUME IX. TMEODORI Prld of thi United tti and U LEXINGTON NEWS. The lawn social which was given by the ladles of the A. M. E. church at Colley's lawn Monday night was a fin ancial success. Every body reports of having a grand time. Mr. Anthony Scott and Miss Carry Walker were united Into matrimony on August 4. We hope them a long and prosperous life. Mr. C. M. English of Sedalla, man ager of the Sedalla Weekly Conserva tor is quite sick. They are still trying to raise vne amount to build the bridge. Mr. G. Hearle has always fulfilled all the promises he has made to the people of Lexington. We think that every one who can ought to subscribe for the building of the bridge. Let the col ored men who owns take an interest in the enterprise, which will make their property more valuable. There is a young lady in our city, a graduate of L. I., who desires to teach. Any one wanting a teacher, address Mr. A. D. Jobson, Lexing ton, Mo. She will give sati...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 9 September 1904

The Viion of Christ. line vo l 1 ,i Kl.iv. 1 ..!. I t i- I hv :th c;;rit. npurt from j v -r 1 rii v '!' ' . . .v f:.th l! " f:l.-a? I.. i. I i i'iii .i hi'isi.-1 - I mure I: M ir.- i n. I i. t. itare. to I hi' ' ill ;it ativ , .rf: Il.ive W toilav I " . i -1 :lti:.' !. th.i -mill . "ur hand to lay l-i 1:-- i ill I ins . ni' .ri ll . i w.si !tn .mr. .i ml i lr '. ' ttupr. ..( i;i ' i-h? sura !'. i i i l ! w :!l . ! I.n i i:t i;.".-.: II. n .i : will lull' u wa'.K T' !l .!.! m :l".l tlivMl; llrt'Vt Willi') M'.i' Ii..I.!iii lid. fill's ilfiiF!". 119 -I.' ill. l;.:i. ii ti.uu-lt nf .-ve f'ir lilin airaln: fti .:'. tin- Mi 'S wliMi wawr; lir! us Tl.i' 1 r i --t !i in.-. Hit f ir oil mil inc. The World We Live In. a"! ml .. n rytlili.c Ult In' hied main, av..t l" lm: I. :t as . : good.--e.icm.' is. The wurlal c inhabit Is nn nslnunal-n--i ii. iic a i f f. rlihtv ninl utility, 'l'lii'i.' is no limit to t!ii productive l.i ss nf ;i j-i:. xi-i .. Than- Is w cNi.t iiiii thinir. l( in! cir a'e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 9 September 1904

HUMOR IN TEXT OF CLERQY. Peach Liqueur. Take mellow, full flavored peaches wash but do not peel, slice, and put In atone Jar, which must be aet for six hours In a kettle of boiling water. Cover the peach kernels with brandy and let stand till next day. Strain off the Juice from the peaches, taking care not to squeeze the fruit hard enough to make the liquid muddy Measure the Juice and for each pint take a generous pound of the best re fined sugar. Put sugar and Juice to gether and 'let stand until next day, then bring the mixture to a boil, skim thoroughly, and strain it again through bag of double cheese cloth. When It la cool add to it the brandy in which the kernels have been soaked, putting one pint of spirit to two of tyrup. Let it settle, and it not per fectly clear strain again. It ought to be either a clear pink, a bright yellow or a white, according to the fruit used use clear glass bottles. Put In the kernels, also a blade of mace, tied to a bit of yellow lemon peel, and a...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 9 September 1904

THE RISING SON. tsWis woods duuum aZup. Published Uvcry Week WJSINfi SON FUBLISHINGCO W V MSC'K 1 1-1' IUN UATKS: Oa. Tr.r. . a M I ;z cnn.ili 7J T'iiw uintiltui M On month U Surlrtly pnlil In adimiic fcr4 at tu- JW ("ift at JfanMut Ctty, a iVcm.d ('ins Mutter. Correspondents wanted Id evsry city ana town id till' state. W'itc uo. All news matter intended for pub lication should reach our office not la tef thai! Tutsday, of each week and must be signed by the writer cot for publication, but as guarantee of auth sntlrlty, '.'FFICIr-No. 117 West Sixth St., Kintsi City, Mo. M L-J Ad vertiatiitf Rntea, for on. tvh, on. tnnsrtlnn $ M or on Inch, nt h ulwiU'Dl Inaertloo .W Put two tackm, Ihrve amiita ft uo For two l.chp, tlx imiotli 1 no For t wo iDi'ht., nlria month. 10 00 Ft two InctiM twrlv. mouth. UQo 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...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 9 September 1904

THE RISING SON. attended the Mr Convention hall rally: Ir. Carrion, F. Quartet, Tom Coleman of St. Jooeph, A. W. Lloyd and in. Mansfield of St. Louis, Dr. Walilron and Mr. Carter of the Sedalla Times and A. W. Walker, of Lexington, Mo. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. O. H. JONES, 612 Jersey avenue. Remember pleane- t'e tbe little bit wecollect here a n there That enables us to run from year to year." LOCALS. CASH 18 THE WAY. Reading notices and announcements will always be rated as advertise ments, and when Buch is sent In to our office cash must accompany it. 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 go and you must pay. Wait for the Moberly excursion Sun day, Sept. 11th. via WABASH. $1.25 Round Trip to Moberly Sunday Sept. 11th, via WABASH. Mrs. J. T. Moreland has bean on the sick list for some time. Visit your friends at Moberly Sun day. Sept. 11th, $1.23 round trip via WABASH. Dave Caffs and Lo...

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. — 9 September 1904

, Press If .'(-. ! A n. I .hill.. P i n..t f. . I..ft your -y r tfrow the rl'iii'lfl each I I'm, (ml rvnr K;iy I'd us on. Tf on n t-.-l!ry c.ir ymi rl.lr. li ii. t 'ipo'i ttie pl.itf-irm hi.!'! if i'i . n I-!.1, tlieri's hI.iihIImk ruiitn Insl.le t'ri-M mi. If y.ufvf a Klrl that' nr.it am! chaste. Who mvira good clot l -i urn tins good t. !"!(, Ho member that rhc hi a waist l'rr. mi. Yuuk.-rs StntPsmnn. 8 f TWO RESCUES It was r.i-ar mldniuht. when tlio tfl eihi't:' in the e.ist le cf Z.-aly lii'Knn to rititf h:irply anil excitedly. Harem Se liastiar. I'etrovics. ttlio owner of Ksah". had ii'H yi t retired, hut was deep In a limik. Ho hurried to the telephone. "Ha'.'."! l'e'rovies. What can I do for you, counters?" An excited female voice, the sobbing of which betrayed only too plainly that something hail happened, replied: "Are you there, baron. hank God, you are at home, l'lease como over at onre; burglars are breaking Into the house! " "I will come Immediately," tho baron shouted ...

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. — 9 September 1904

Early bi the rooming, late at night, or whenever used, Defiance Starch will be found always the same, always the best. Insist on having it, the most for 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 premiums.' We sell 16 ounces of jthe best starch made for 10 cents. Other brands are 12 ounces for 10 cents vwith a tin whistle. Manufactured by THE DEFIANCE STARCH Omaha, Neb. -4 Mart- Wabash Train TO St. Louis COMMENCING JUNE 5th. 1904 Urns KANSAS CUT, 11:11 a. PaHf Arrto WORLD'S ram STATION, 7:10 a. m. " Antra ST. LOUIS (Ual.s Slsil.a) 7: 1 a. t. " EQCIPMKNT Pullman Slrrpers, Free F Glints Chair Cain aid Cnarhm. Slrrpers and Coactaesoprn at In p. ni. fur occupancy, Wabash la the only Una to WORLD'S V Alii Main Uele. Ketnrn Trtln leave St. Lou In 11:45 D.m. furKanaaaCltr Auk jour AavntforTickeisoverthe Wabash. R. C. SHIELDS, L. S. MaCLELlAR, Tri. . t". Westers Pan. Seaet. 0t MMR ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 9 September 1904

THE TRAIN SERVICE OF THE MIS SOURI PACIFIC. kAA4i Ml WMlt II 1M CUT frhitr Sffk If On Iff. snort Ordert Alt Boar Off fro 1 1. a. I 12 m. The Oriental Cafe 9J0 EAST 12TH STREET. oVrti SMITH'S lull I, sTiHtR. HUNT & BROWNING, PROPRIETORS. KANKAK CITY, MISSOURI. T!ic fii ir flyers tl.ut loave Kansns City I'nion di-pot daily for s?t. Louis :t:il all iint Hast note the leaving tiui-: l'l-.lO a. in., 1:10 p. m 9:13 p. in. ami lu: 1.1 p. m. No other lino from; Kaii.a t':ty offers to the traveling public swell train service via St. Louis. ' Not' t!i now departure of the fast mail at 1:10 p. ni. arrives In St. Louis : : I p. in.; close connections In St.; Louis with the Uiand Union stations i witii Last-rn and Southeastern truins. I The only line leaving Kansas City af-J t-r the Opiras. Lodgo meetings and j Sunday night Church service, at 10:45! p. in. and arriving in St. Louis at T:-0 j a m., in time for all Eastern connec- li.. j lu::M p. m. 10 iS"1 a. m.; Omaha : St. l'aul Exi)ress. K...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 16 September 1904

It Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son for It Reaches More Homes of Colored Peop.e than any othei Paper In the State. VOLUME IX. KANSAS CITY MO.. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1904. NUMBER 24. REFUGE MISSION HOME. THEODORE ROOS EVE LT Pn-Kldn-t of th United fctat nd Urpuhllcan Candidate ftr Bw-ElerHon LEXINGTON NEWS. Mr. Wilson of Sweet Springs was the guest of Miss Carrie Walker Sun day and returned home Monday. Mr. R Talbott and L. Hughes spent Sunday In Independence. Miss Henrietta Hayda of Indepen dence Is here visiting her sisters. Mrs. Nelson Columbia, who has been here visiting Mrs. Myers and Mrs. Parker, her aunts, and her father, at Odessa, left for her home Tuesday. Rev. James Madison died at St Louis September 8. He was the first A. M. E. preacher that was sent to Lexington, in 18C7. He was a great church worker. He built two churches, the first of which was a frame, and after the lapse of three years he built the brick church, which they are now worshipping in. He also or ganize...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 16 September 1904

FRIDI WRITES LETTER. Policy of the Republican Party Defended by Its Leader. Says Democrats Are Lack inn 'n Settled Convictions. National Welfare Demands Continuance of Party in Power. Long Document Addressed to Speek er Cannon Deals Exhaustively With the Great Questions Before the Country Public Duties Ably Per formed by Republicans Democrats Not Worthy to Be Placed in Charge. OysfT Hay. Sept 12 President Ki'M'Vr!t ll.is mum lug issued his let ter iH'( 'iii.t ilic r.umtnation for the l'ri'si'It ticy tendered hi in by the Re-I-u!!n an National Convention. In jart il.o iloi'iimrnt l an follows: j st. r 1 11 " J. N". My :1 : N V, oinh.r i:. 1 t 'h.iiruutn of I he ")tl..tl 1 ' ltl III it 1 c ' ,ir C-t I a i t't the nomination li M. y I. li. I. -red in.- by tin N tti tint '..n v .-n t-.n. and cr- - t I..- i-l.it!1 .1 in u...pt--.l by It tp:. s w hi'-h w. pr I"1 f .r t li i -i ; -i r--I'!.-- fill.. tl l-l vl. s-lll ti.-l S'l !. hilt t :. t..- . r ! so I l: r J VI- .1 .it. J... Id us -. in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 16 September 1904

A Prayer. t would not ask that all my war mar ba With enrihly irlnrr bright. The shadtd pathway may be beat for TtlP, But Klve me, lam, thy nght, I know lire's winter daya will chill my hesrt. Hut ns the blue above. And the bright sun, tba life of spring tnipnrt. Give me, O Christ, thy love. I know not where the atorma may aweep my way, How long pre conflicts cens. But when the tempest rages, this I pray, Give me, O God, thy peace. I do not know how long the way may bi, What care and toll are beat. Only when care and toll are done, with thee. Give me, my Father, rent. Mary Potter AngelL True Rlchea. ftnth not Qod chosen the poor In thla world, rich In faith T-St. James, II., t. The world's Idea of riches Is an ag gregation of material wealth and its iiea or poverty is the absence of this. The Scripture notion, however, Is en tirely different, and St. James would have us believe that a man may be a Croesus and yet be poor, that he may bo a Lazarus and still be richer than Dives. The ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 16 September 1904

THE RISING SON. LEVIS WOOL'S iumupM MaaafCW. Published Every Week KISINO SON PUBLISHINCCO IT USUI 1 1 T 1 0 N it A TES': O.e Tear . I.i ir.oiiWiii uiuMh. On. aitiDiti a m ffrd at rir W Or at KanftuCitf, ut ri.(i ( ,ij JHatur. Ourreajondent wanted In erory city tDd tOWtl 111 tlliH HtHtf. Wcjtl- U8. All news ni.itter Intended (or pub lication Khoulil reiirh our otlh'e not la ter than Tuteday, of caeh week and muit be Nlitut'd by the writer nut (or publication, but h iruaranu-e u( auth enticity. FFICIi-No. 117 West Sixth Kanaa City, Mo. St. Advertising RkIci, rof on. l.h. onH lnrtlnn $ .60 for on inch. trh .titmquoft Insertion J F r tiro !cf, three noiuli t.uo t t to umntli 0U F ir two ini-h. run month luuu for two im'bua twriva mouth DUO OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE REST. Hfr The paid circulation of The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. This Is n busy week fur school teach- Tin Af ...

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