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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 16 September 1904

THE RISING SON. A. W. Walker, Agent, Iexlnffton, Mo O. H. JONES, 612 Jersey avenue. Remember please l' the Utile bill we collect here a n there Tbat enable us to run from year to year." LOCALS. CA8H 18 THE WAY. Reading notices and announcements will always be rated as advertise ments, and when such 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 we go and you must pay. Will the good homekeepers of this city remember the Old Folks and Or phans' home when putting up pre serves and pickles? 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. Mrs. Susan Jackson of Lynchburg, Va., mother of Mrs. H. O. Cook, is in the city visiting ber daughter at 2018 East Nineteenth street. Have your printing done at National Printing company, a negro business doing modern printing. 205 Wales buildin...

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. — 16 September 1904

A ! I f iccKiacc Nn rubles of red fir my lady No Jewel T j .1 1 Kllttors nnd chnrm. Hut t!-e llh'it of thu skies In a little Olle'S (, And a ncvklace of two little arrni, Of two little nrms thnt nt-e clinging (OM. neVr w-i a necklace like this!) An J th wealth o' the world ntul love' sweetness Impi-ni-Iod In tho J y of a little ore's kl?. A tirokliv of love fvir my lady, That v.ik linked by the ons-el above. No o'hT but tills aiiii the sweet tender Tli it senleth a little one's love, Kraiik L. Stanton. In Homo Chat. A la i nnmims A hungry, discouraged and penni less American of CI sat (in a bench mi the ni.iti'r li at Q'lillaine, In no nf the Sov.h American Mates. It was t ill-lit. The baud played and tho In 1 ;.le 1 r 111 nadi'il. M- l.a.l ma .It.- a Kintj Journoy over the ti:oui:M:n.-. lifter meeting With nil kin.ls of lad lurk, and on the morrow v.ml.l n--k t'ii American consul to ship him lirmi.' as a "distressed." Ho had ii"t tasted food for twenty-four hours, ar.d his loiUlug ...

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. — 16 September 1904

A Fountain Tree. On the Canary Islands grows a form tlln tree. U is said that the leaves constantly distill a quantity of water that Is sufficient to furnish drink to every living creature In Hlero, nature having provided this remedy for the drouth of the Island. Every morning near this part of the Island a cloud of mist arises from the sea which the winds force against the steep cliff on which the tree grows, and It U from the mist that the tree distills the water. Important to Mother. Examine carefully wry bo,tl ' CASTORTA, a Mfe and rar remedy for Infant, and children. and tee that It Been the Signature of b Vm Tot Orer 30 Tears. The Kind Ton IUre LXnjt Bought. Where Time 8peeda. A watch taken to the top of Mont Blanc will gain thirty-six seconds in twenty-four hours. The thinness of the air, with its increased pressure, makes the poor watch dizzy and leads It to run faster. THE WORLD'S FAIR 8T. LOUIS. Motel Epworth. three blocks from the Admin wtretlon and Convention entranceM, ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 16 September 1904

THE TRAIN SERVICE OF THE MIS- Bf ST MMIJ IN TUt CITY Opf n from 8 l. m, to cniini PACIFIC i rrlt Sffk If Drlrd 12 t la. snori uroe r an noari The Oriental Cafe M0 EAST I2TH STREET. i'Vkii NMirir 1'iu i. hriiiir.. HUNT & BROWNING, PROPRIETORS. KANSAS CITY, MlftftOURI. Th four fliT that K'avo Kansas Ciiy ftiioti .lipot daily f"r it. I-ouls mil all ii iiiits Kast nute tliu leaving time: HMO a. in., 1:10 i. in., 0:15 p. m. and I'l l", p. m. No other lino frim Kansas r;;y offers to the traveling Iuh'.u: sin-h train service, via St. Loin a. Note the now departure f the fast, ma.l at 1:10 p. m. arrives in St. IouU nt Ji p. m.; rinse connections In St. l.onis with the lliand Union stations wit'i Kastern nnd Southeastern trains, i Tlio only line leaving Kansas City af-' t-T tho Operas, Lodge meetings nml Sunday nii;ht Church pervice, at 10:45 l. in. and arriving in St. Ixmla at 7:20 a. in., in time for all Eastern connec-! t;.ti.. ; 10:2'i p. m. lO"1 a. m.; Omaha St. I'u'il Exprens. i El...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 23 September 1904

.a : it f Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME IX. LINCOLN INSTITUTE. Farmer' Convention Progress of the Institution, Etc. No ouo of the many innovations In troduced by Mr. B. F. Allen In the management of Lincoln Institute can become of more practlcaj value to the Negroes of the state and section than the Farmers' Convention, provided that the thinking men and women of their respective communities win take hold of the matter in their proper spirit, and by their presence and experience, added to words and deeds of encour agement will aid a movement that In the present status of the Negro, finan cially and otherwise, can be of so much material use to him In a sec tion which commands the rich agricul tural lands of the great Middle West, of the Southwest, and NorthweRt. The public lands are rapidly ppen ing, the number of acres of valuable land proportionately is decreasing, ana if the Negro fails to be land-wise in his day and generation, he will event rally awaken to find hims...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 23 September 1904

The Savior's Walks. "I nuit w ilk I )-. I. iv. .in.l lu-morrow, and l!lt day leliowillK." Vt Th.v.i still w;i1k tru earth of Thin Ti'-il.iv. n i-xHT'Iiiv .' M. n ik Tlu-e wliuiv tl'.n clear lights NMni'. An. I in tU nliiiiltiWK smv: lv;ir S.ivS.r, inv i,'Hiip.iiil"n b. And li t nif walk nwluli- wlih Thee. Con. nliffc v.i' wc.iry hearts nre sad, Am. tif th n.-Kv Hln-i'tJt; TV.. vi ,-unt ,i.iil t.i nmkv tnT RlaJ The !.i.l,!i-l h.ait that lints: l'...r Snli.r. h.vi- :in. pltv tlH'tn. viio il.iri' not t.ui 'li i'liy fciinnenli hem. Af.l I ;HI.' !i f.-.ir t. iv.V.k nlnne, niv t'i Is tl.iw. Will Miy ula.lly hasfn nil T"W.'f.i Th. nnl;"'l n ulfW. A". 1 the . . if ;iKht rmw cl-ar. If 1 n i . - kiu.w Tl:.- w.ilkinit nrnr. - M.iti.uiTif l'itriiiiiKli.lin- The Spirit of Contentment. Pi f. .niit:t with !iiu things a t.;iv - II. I T' w. X.ll. .V Tie int. rprotatuin of the above nnnl.s doubtless may best lio found Ir. lif' anil character of the man who vr .tr them. There Is a difference nf moanin...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 23 September 1904

Mine' Seven-Gored Kilted 8klrt. Skirts that are made flat over the trips and are so plaited as to mean generous fullness below that point Increase In favor week by week, and are shown" In many variations. This one Is peculiarly attractive and suits young girls to a nicety, being made of plain cut bias and stitched with cortlcelll silk. The plaits are turned backward and are so arranged as to conceal all stains, while the many gores do away'with unnecessary bulk. All stilting and skirting materials are appropriate. The skirt consists of seven gores and Is closed invisibly at the center back. The plaits are laid on indicated lines and are pressed flat for their entire length, but stitched for a por tion only. The quantity of material required for the medium size (14 years) Is G yards 21 or 27 Inches wide, or 3 yards 44 Inches wide. Whole Cucumber Pickles. Lay a hundred cucumbers In cold water for an hour. Drain, put into a stone crock and cover with cold brine that is strong enough to...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 23 September 1904

THE RISING SON. LEVia WfUl'S iLsii.e. fcanltg:. Published Lvery Wit It P'.SINO SON PUBLISHING CO WMTMdClU ITION KATKS: One Te.r. , !.- icoatli . . t iw uiuntni On. munita 9ireiXf pnlil In .dT.nr Enttnd at the I'nt Office at Kaniat OitJ, 04 Stetn,d Hum Matter. IH .76 M M Correspondent wanted In eer" cliy tDd town tu tins state. Write us. All news mutter Intended for pub lication should reach our office Dot la ler tbHD Ttundity, of each week and muit be signed by the writer not (or publication, but as guarantee of authenticity. 'FFICIt-No. 117 West Slith St., Kansas City, Me. Advertising Rnlct, for o. leh, on. tM.rtloo I M ror one Inch, rich aliwqu.ot Insertion M for two IvkM, ihn' month... w.trtwo l.ch? . ! month. .... t.ue 00 F irtwo luchm, ulim mouth 1000 rot two inphni twelve aiunth... . 1100 CLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE REST. The paid circulation of Thk Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly n...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 23 September 1904

THE RISING SON. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo O. H. JONES, 612 Jersey avenue. Remember pleane the little bits we col left here a n there Tbat enable in to run from year to year." LOCALS. CA8H IS THE WAY. Reading notices and announcements will always be rated as advertise ments, and when such is sent In to our office cash must accompany it. Lewis Woods, of the Son, was In St Lou I a this week on business. The Dollar Money is now the cry at all the A. M. E. churches here about Sandy Edwards and L. II. Jordan, and Mr. Crocker of this city, tire ?n St. LouIb, attending the Gun Club and the Fair. O. T. Jackson, caterer, at Boulder, Colo., stopping at O. H. Cook's for the winter, will probably locate here for business. Mrs. Frank Mosee left Monday, the 12th, for Austin, Texas, to visit her husband's people. She will be gone a fortnight or more. Owing to the crowded condition of the Attucks school, Miss Victoria Over all has been transferred from the Sum ner to the Attacks. Have your ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 23 September 1904

Trusting in God. I kmw nit wti.it Ihn future hath I'f mind ur surr-rHe Air..l al.!; that Ufa and death Ills im r. y i.n.li rllot. Anil n h.ri.! tho ullent sea I w i!t II in.itlli'il car; S harm fr.'tn Him can come to ID On ooo.in or on nhoro. I ki-iv n-it whore Ills Islands lift Tl.i :r frnnli .1 pnlnn In air; I only K'.iiw I cinnot ilrlft 1 - r: . 1 love and i-.ire. An1 T!i "i. o tird. by whom are ooa Thy i-t-.'.itiirps a tiny W. JVrir.vo i 1 1 if too clone I lean My human heart en Thoe. John Urcvult-af Whlttlrr The haze of the semi tropics was eury !;'''. hYmlir.g the gorgeous tints of hilis and valleys In Its elusive Vtfi!. There were tears In the Mexi can's eyi-s as lii mug to Ms tinkling pu:tar, an.I l.is notes were laden vitti grief. He r-oKo.i up from beneath his som!:, to. l.:s Ma k eyes showing the clear v;.te lieiK-ath. "U'l.at's the matter?" came In a for eign 1.1:1 e, and In; glanced up to see the American miner looking down on liif.i. There was .something unpleas art in...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 23 September 1904

A Mexican Mllllonarre. Pedro Alvarado, the Me j lean multi millionaire miner who a. few year ago was working In a mine for 85 cents a day, hat ordered a train of five Pull man cars, In which he will make a tour of Mexico. He will be accom panied by a bodyguard of armed men. Alvarado has just built at Parral the finest residence In Mexico. More than a year ago he offered to pay the pub lic debt of the republic, saying he had obtained his vast wealth from the ground and therefore he ought to do nate that much of It to the govern ment. This offer was declined by Minister of Finance Llmantour. The only time that Alvarado has been out of the Parral mining district was two years ago, when he chartered a spe cial train and took uls family with him to the city of Chihuahua to have a gold filling placed in one of bit teeth. Miss Gannon, Secy Detroit Amateut Art Association, tells young women what to do to avoid pain and suffering caused by female troubles. "Dear Mns. PnnnrAM! I canconsclenti...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 23 September 1904

THE TRAIN SERVICE OF THE MIS SOURI PACIFIC. I M 'PfSt WM1 h lf CHY Orrn from 8 I. M. to I'mat, Scrlre If Ortirni 12 p. m. Short Order! All tloun The Oriental Cafe 9 JO EAST J2TH STREET. I'VKH BMIlirs Dlll'ii STolir. HUNT & BROWNING, PROPRIETORS. KAISKAtt CITY, MIAftOURI. Tho four flyt-ra iliat U-nvo Kansas City I nun J.'pot daily fur St. Louis iui.1 mints Kast noto tin? leaving tii:io : l .i n. m., 1 : 10 p. tn., D: 15 p. m. aii.l V: !. p. in. No other line from K.in-.is r.ty ol'f.'is to tho travel in:; ru!. s'R'li train mtvI.'o via St. Imis. , Ni.'.' ;!-. ii. -w i part'irj of tlie fast u:t:l at 1 : 1 p. in. arrives in St. t.ouls . i ;. t'i ; clo-. c mtux-f In St.' I.o-;; u.:h tht (.Iian.l I'nion Ma;Kns! '! i-'-i r:i an. I Jvur.Iii a-tet n trains.' Tl.t? ':.; Jin- l,a iiiK Kansas City nf-! ! r t:it- (;' ra- I.'!j;i niH-tinKd ami' S ri i.iy iKtti.t Church forvicc. at 10:1"1 p. .-ii. I arriving in St. Louis nt 7 : CO ' . :n . !n t:::o f.-r all Eat-Urn coau.c t! t:.. P. ni. 10:51 a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 30 September 1904

M .V' 3 I I "i 5. If Pays fa Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME IX. P. S. BROWN, Jr. Chairman County Central Committee. Mr. Brown is one of Kansas City's olde&t and best known citizens. He ranks among the leading business men. He has ably served the city In both houses of the common council. He understands the needs of the grow ing municipality. Mr. Brown has been selected by the Republicans to carry the county ticket to victory. AH he needs 1b the united support of his party. Tnls granted him, the affairs of this county will go into new bands after the November election. LINCOLN INSTITUTE NOTES. It must appear to the most careful, as well as the casual observer, who visits the Institution that one of the most prominent features relative to Lincoln Institute Is found in the fact that it furnishes young people with an excellent home, highly moral and Christian in tone, accompanied by high-grade sanitary conditions, ana with many modern appointments and appliances. Parents cannot ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 30 September 1904

Where Fairbanks Stands. IM'lA.Vmil.tS, I.N 1 1. Senator Churl-s W. r"a.t h.niks' letter accepting tlio Id i .i i-1 ; u :i ninviutiuu'n uumiua- tiou It I tin.- Mci. presidency bus. beta in. nil' i"il.;u-. lie says In part; 'I t.-' ll.ii. i:iilui Knot, 'h.ilrmtui of No til , .illou t. 'inmiUvf, .M I'cor Sir; in nil. ii m 1 1 ii tliu pi'mulsc made when .u ii-nn.t.lv lu'liutd uiv ill my nniuiii i. .in : r ii i'i t Miu iit, 1 uv uu in self tC this vij. perl y in submit lo mid 1.'i:":ku .-u lo my ffiiuw citizens, eunie f ..:tli. r ii n respect tu the Ut- liv.: m issut htlnre the people i nt pi-in.-ij nil ii ui so (lankly and I In iton,) i xi'iiniivl iu the platform un-il'd i lb- lii i nOli. an national con m:...cii iinil Willi n. y he. in nut approv al. In I .if M..UU liu have bet n uo,ect- l t tin l'i-t I .nt.i.it experience uii.l h Ivi I'i. a leiiiid In ee Weil KUlllll lo iur l:idi.-tl.i. unit ti.it;,.i.ii tit !. Tilt' hive li .i.'.i us tu a high si. tic of ma tin.ii il . i ,. 1'iui ul....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 30 September 1904

"The Cup of Cold Water 99 .... Dainty 8eparate Waltta. i The separate waist Is spoken of as I ft possibility for the coming winter, and many Indications point to such a decree of fashion. Some charming models recently Im ported from Paris suggest that a gen eral movement In favor of the con venient little garment Is already on foot A special favorite would seem to be White taffeta. Not the stiff, unplastic taffeta of a few seasons ago, but the soft, flexible goods which now goes by that name. Daintiness is a prime requisite of the fancy separate waists, and the French models mentioned are delight ful examples ot what such a blouse may be. They are elaborately tucked and plaited, with trimming of appliques of Venetian lace and Irish point, bro derie anglalse and Irish crochet. The French are combining these blouses with a skirt of white surah. The result is a practical little cos tume which can be varied from even ing to evening by a wearer of eco nomical tendencies. White taffeta sk...

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. — 30 September 1904

THE RISING SON. LEWIS WOObtt, iuamtM Manager. Published Every Week RISING SON PUBLISHINCCO rKU HSCHI 1TIDN KATES: Tr . tt t.l mBth f 'ire mtintha' On month If trtctlf paid In adrnnna BnUrtd at the I'ntt Office at Kanttu OitJ, Correspondents wanted In every city tod town in this state. Write us. All new matter intended for pub lication should rettch our office not la ter tban Tiuixlay, of caeli week and mutt be signed by the writer not (or publication, but as guarantee ol auth entlcltv. FFIOKt-No. 117 Went Sixth St., Kansna City, Mo. Advrrtidng Rnlai, for on lath, oo lonsrtlun t W for on Inch, rrh uhejuiit Insertion u Kef two loi". lhri'0 inoiiiii I.UO far two lcn. at t inontli $ i for two Iih-Iim, nln rnontha 10(0 wKalncbM lorlve n.unlti 19 00 OLDEST NECJRO JOURNAL . . . IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL XHU RffST. Ifc The paid circulation of The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. What a man sows Unit will In- iva...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 30 September 1904

THE RISING SON. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. O. H. JONES, 612 Jersey avenue. Remember pleae t's tne little blti we collect her a n there That enable! in to run from year to year." LOCALS. CA8H IS THE WAY. Reading notices and announcements will always be rated as advertise ments, and when such Is sent in to our office cash must accompany it. Those who have donations for the Home will save themselves trouble by calling up 'phone East 607. Mrs. -A. V. Rowlett has neatly fur nished rooms for rent. Anybody wish ing one give her a call. 681 Tracy avenue. Duy your drugs of Smith. His prices are right. In the recent examination or teach ers for raise of salary, Miss Victoria Overall divided the honors witu two other teachers for second place, each having obtained 972. Mrs. Williams, wife of Prof. T. W. H. Williams, principal of the Bruce school, sent to the Home last week one dozen glasueg of jelly and a jar of preserves. Those who have lunches to prepare for children going to school...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 30 September 1904

Fellow Musicians. i' vx . When Mirror's elrnr.'il nwny nt hist, Ami fii i.i... -trows the rtiiy. Ami tar die K:i hcrltin thick nnd fast 'Hit tlui-f furi.ss the l-ny, Tlie hull freit t.iwan et.nrs Ma throat A mi nlcht In! (.1 ;iii.if to Miiif Forth to (no tir.'isie n t.nkr nuts Ami Teeny starts to ftin. She's only Jimt n liltl 1 i Who fins slrnlKlit from her heart To l o;p the. hours of toll to pass S h it more nvitlleth nrl? Out from tlio kilrhrn ri.-i a sweet Hit childish raroilnn. Tin- twl'ifiht i-U:r Is not rottittta Till Tuny it.ir;a to sine Washington Slnf. Klcharil Morton, limil of the shli pln hiin of Mcrtnn A Co., iniFM'rcil anj Rri-w olirso with his good fur tune. His i ro'ioss westward had at length cHlmfnati'd in a iirctci tioiis mansion In the charming suliurli of Hlrhniorid, where ho looked forward Id spending tho rest of his days lit placid content ment. It pi. ased hitn to provldo a lib eral hnspiialiiy an 1 to surround him self witli jjootl roiijiany. Air.mii; the rr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 30 September 1904

Rear Admiral Hichborn Recommends Pe-ru-na. LA l'hilin ntcUborn.Rcar Admiral United States Navy, writes from Washington, V. C, as follows: 'After the use of Peru tut tor a ahort period, I can now cheerfully recom mend your valuable remedy to anyone who la In need of an Invigorating tonic "Philip Hichborn. No remedy ever yet devised has re ceived such unstinted eulogy from so many renowned statesmen and military men as I'truna. Our army and navy are the natural protection of our country. Peruna if the natural protection of the army and navy in the vicissitudes of climate and exposure. If you do not derive prompt and satis factory results from the line of 1'eruna, write at once to Dr. Ilurtman, pivinp a full statement of your cane and he will be pleased to give you his valuable ad vice gratis. Address Dr. ITartman, President ol The llartmuu Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio. -a Mew- Wabash Train TO St. Louis COMMENCING JUNE 5th. 1904 Laava MNUS CITY, 11:30 p ai. Dully Arrlva WORLD'S fAIR STAT...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 30 September 1904

THE TRAIN SERVICE OF THE MIS SOURI PACIFIC. BEST MEU! IN THE CITT rrhat Smite If Drtlrtt Short Ortferi All tlosrt Open From l. a. t 12. M. The Oriental Cafe 910 EAST I2TH STREET. uVSIt SMITH 1 HKt;o HTOIiR. HUNT & BROWNING, PROPRIETORS. KANttAA CITY, MISSOURI. The four flyers that loavo Kansas City Vniim depot daily for St. l.ouia and nil points East nolo the leaving time: lit: 10 a. ni., 1:10 p. m., 9:13 p. m. and 10:4."i p. ni. No other lino from Kansas City otfers to tho traveling imliHc such train service via St. Louis. Noti the new d'parturo of the fast mini at 1:U p. in. arrives In St. Louis i t J1' p. in.; close connections In St. l.onis with the (irand Union stations Willi Kastern and Southeastern trains. The only line leavinu Kansas City af tT the Operas, l.odse meetings and Sunday niKht Church service, at 10:45 p. in. and arriving In St. IxjuIs at 7:20 a. in., in time for all Eastern connec ti is. iu:20 p. m. 10: 5'1 a. in.; Omaha & St. Paul Express. Elecant equipm...

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