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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 28 October 1904

1 ! '.'i-'ic-ity. Pi "A THE RISING SOIT A. W. Walker, Agent. Lexington, Mo. O. H. JONES, 812 Jersey avenue. Remember pleae It's tbe little blU we collect here anil there Tbst enable us to run from year to year." LOCALS. CASH 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. One elegantly furnished 'Iront room up Btalrn, to rent for $2.50 a week No objection to a room mate. Apply after 6 o'clock. 2421 Flora avenue. V-4M WANTED. Colored lady to use ' & leisure time soliciting. Experience un ; ?fl necessary. Very profitable. Call 206 V'- Walea Bldg, corner of Sixth and Dela- 0. -' f '.'it . r-t m .1 . . aA - I. ' .')!' -''-jj and expenses easily made selling com- binatlon policies for a big sick and ac cident company. Write today. Ad- -.Vf? dress U. 8. Protective Society, Sails y.'i'ibury. Mo. , !,' : SON OCT 28 KGB f Thelma, the little daughter of H. M. 7 f Kennedy, our old tonsoria...

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. — 28 October 1904

Just a Love Letter Pear A.1.-lln" Your rmcc Mth tent To life new rhaim Of old. 1 bent Above u itnik nnl toilsome With . im I.v licait. Hy naught' mad When duty becked, la erlef I want And then-you came! Tha clouds ware rent; The ms hlnpmd with rarar srent Bene-tt, your amlle. '1 ha world m Mnr Dear Adeline. But one thing larka. To crown content. Vetn no mure tha glad event. Coma, sweetheart, name the happy day. When nut you write, a postscript. prav A word or two to five consent, Dear, add ft Una! Smart Set. nowHoWasCurcd jit A young girl running down the gar den path, her hair flying In the breeze, tumbled head first Into the arms of a gentleman who was Just entering the gate. "Oh. Guy. la It really you?" she gapped. ' What do you think? Uncle Ortiit has vowed that he is going to kill himself at 12 o"clock to-morrow." "Indeed!" mused young Mr. Chce vers. not nt all excited. "And what does l.e want to kill himself for?" "Why, he cays he is n miserable man a burden to every one. and ...

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. — 28 October 1904

srurvwni rif"l,i,rr" ANfrfeLsbie fteMMtlonfor As similating IcFoodandBetf ma ting theSkwads and Bowels of Promotes DigesHon.Clverful ness and Kesi.tonwins neuner Opium. Morphine nor Mineral WOT KARC OTIC . Aperfecl Remedy rorConslipa non, Sour Stomach.Diarrnoea Worms .Convulsions .Fcvensh ness and Loss of Sleep. Facsimile Signature of NEW YORK. TTf EXACT COPY Of W8ARPER. Going World's Fair? jliiL 'Tallow tbe Flag" All railroads connect with the daT and night trains on tha Wabash, fell local agent u rente you via tbe Wabah. The Wabash has the only track to tha World's Fa r. Ample rest and eating rooms. ' L. S. McCLELLAN, H. C. SHIELDS, Tcitcra Passenger Agent. Traveling Pasteoger Agent 903 MAIN STREET. KANSAS CITY. MO. GOOD LIGHT Is something every merchant Is looking for. Write us todsy for Cstslogue. Over 30,000 "EAGLE" Acetylene Gener ators In use in Residences, Stores, Lodge Hslls, Elo. Osntral Aoetylene Co., 7 IB Dolmwmro ( Cl.y mo. A beautiful Metal Match Safe, in 5 colors, sho...

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. — 28 October 1904

OiCAR KOEHLER 'Duubncan Nominee County Sur veyor. the m'I.tIi.ii: i.f Mi Ksnir K'Mlilvl I'm riiiin'y survivor Is ,i KimhI ti In v. rv ;i'i i -ii l; r Mr. Km .1!. r 1 it nt'ii of Ivllliii City lit) I in II Kia'l'l ! nf tnr f .tiii-niM lnuli Hi'lmnl. Mix t ulii'i' is .1 rlvtl inuiinvr "f nmi1, Htm ii U tin1 1 . n 14 aiul llini'o.iuli tiiutiitiK l.irli Usiiir Km-I.li'i r i .1 hihIitI c.liv of litH f.illier that Hives 111 til It :i'i'iiliar fihiis for the ol'tiri1 of Mlir-v-'vor. Mr IvK-lil'T tn-ti . 1I10 I'nitiit 'ip)it (if l is parly niH tlic voters 'f .'lieial tt 11 1 if elected will uivc Hli ltd Mimisti ilion nf which tlie rilii-llft (if J 11 K sou co'iii'v will fi-e proml. 'f R S. CROHN. Republican Nominee Public Admima trator. Till' Tlllllel Hall lOIIVellliull l i -;ll;lCi pmil j'iUlll'lll III si'li-l'tlllK Mr. I'rolm f ir the oflii f pulilir iHlinin is'ra'or. II" is well ipiiilil ied for tin 111 ice. At one time lie servi'il 11s pit v:iu seeretaiv to WVIi U;ivis, since hlcli time...

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. — 4 November 1904

It Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son ? i VOLUME IX. THEODORE ROOSEVELT, Republican Nominee for President. THEODORE ROOSEVELT. Fearless Champion of the American People His Attitude on the ' Race Question. President Roosevelt is truly a great man, a brilliant statesman, a man of pure purposes in prl?ie and public affairs. His wise and judicious man agement of the affairs of the national government has gained for him marked admiration of not only the American people, but the people throughout the civilized world. Mr. Roosevelt has sought with moral Intrepidity noble ends by noble means. Kings, monarchs and European nobil ity marvel at his great individuality and remarkable statesmanship, In the exercise of which he has maintained the peace and prosperity of the Ameri can nation. The intense honesty of purpose, the influence of which Is woven into true civilization, Is one of the president's potent and admirable characteristics. President Roosevelt hates deceit and corruption in all t...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 4 November 1904

Good-by, Proud World. w-iy. i v. A'ilu'i ,i : : ii. i .tm i in ire nm: ..t my i I i irl i mid 1 in not I !.!.! Ti o I," k i!.r...u thy .iiy iti 1 !. il'l A r;. ! n -k i-n IN" ri Price. i.i. hi: r 1.. , n ti Jiki' the jrlven r. i mi : Hut IU.W, ii.ii.l wi : I.I . I'm p. ii , h"ino. v t. !1iM.t- f.iwnlmt f :: 'li fc.-- r.!- ;i w.tu v. i'- v'I'illli'-i-'I ,:l -'. t w i all ir iivi rii il ye. ' 1 m. ; : 'Hi. ami l.ij. I. ; T ' I -! I. .! I.i!-., In ....'Il I .111.1 HtTVI't, 'l ! ' !1 ..!' .1 II I ll.lVllIU II I . " t.'H M' :... v :'..'. !.. .-Mll'l-. ;.! L.y. I i,., nl uiill, Tin ; .n i; hunt I urn C'.'iT ir ! my ivi li. t rl lit .!. 1 . 'II:' . 1 in . .n i : I k 111 a v i-.... , .. il, ,. tr, I ..... .. .,..., n i ; w ; hi. I. I 1 . i f ' 'I, liv l.nu; il.i.v, t ' I.!... kl.-i : . ; y r i'i.. lav. .. .. . l 1 ...I. i, p .1 In th'.iihl't ami A .-1 I I. .it 1 It irv r i . . u If. lnn linmi. . . al..l ICilii : II I1!. !'M. .. '"1 1 am ll I 1.1 11. .Itl. till- .i l,..ly s ! 1 1 i -. i.. ni...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 4 November 1904

Coat With Vest Front Fitted coats with vest fronts are Among the newest and smartest shown and are very generally becoming. Thla one Includes also the new sleeves, which are full at the shoul ders, and a novel roll-over collar that la extended down the fronts. As Il lustrated the material Is wood brown broadcloth with the vest ot white cloth and the trimmings of velvet, but all suiting materials and all materials In vogue for coats of the sort are equally appropriate. The long lines, that are given by the seams that ex tend to the shoulders, are peculiarly desirable as they tend to give a taper ing effect to the figure. The coat is made with fronts, that are cut In two portions each, backs, side-backs and under-arm gores, the vest being separate and attached un der the fronts on Indicated lines. The aleevea are made in two portions each and are finished with roll-over cuffs at the wrists. The collar and revers finish the neck and front edges and are rolled over onto coat. The quanti...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 4 November 1904

THE RISING SON. LSTIB WOODS biuuten Manager. Published Kery Week RISING SON HUBLISHINCCO rbL'HsCHimoN KATES: As Tcf 1.1 OlOBltl r-ir uinntnt Ob munih MM . . U ixl ft If pnlil In advanf-w intartd at Vie 'f Office et Kanmi (.tj, 04 .SkvmJ CUi." MatUr. Correspond rot wuntL'd In eery city and town III till fttalt'. Writ,. ui. All now mutter intended fur pub lication ohoulil ruch our oluVo mt la ter than Tut t1;iy, of each work and Dunt be Rlpnt'd by the writer not for publication, but as RUiirantce of auth enticity. iFFIOIi-No. 117 West Slith St., Kansas City, Mo. A.U Wl'tialliti Rnl(, for oa. lnh, one Inn.rtlnn I 80 or onf Inch, rai-h nuhwgueot Insertion For two larhi'., thrte ruiuiiti I.UO Fif two l.c'l.c. ill month OO for twolnrhe, nine month IUUO ortwglacL.a twelva month 1100 OLDEST NECiRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL w 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. K'ln-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 4 November 1904

MM THE RISING SON. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo O. H. JONES, 612 Jersey avenue. Remember pleiwe It's the little blta we collect hrre and there TLat enables us to run from year to year." LOCALS. Smith has the most attractive and best lighted store on the avenue. Miss Lucy Hayden Is quite 111 at her home, tlOJ Pacific. Miss Bertie Kennedy of 814 Char lotte street has been on the sick list. Miss T. Jones of Baltimore avenue Is going to make a vinlt to St. Louis. Get your box seats for the Odd Fel lows Ball at McCampbell & Houston's pharmacy. Mrs. Florence Sands, who has been In St. Ixnits several months, Is ex pected home soon. Those who have donations for the Home will save themselves trouble by calling up 'phone East 607. Call up Bell 'phone East CO", when you have something to donate to the Old Folks and Orphans' Home. Mr. William Salzberg and Robert Wheeler of St. Joseph were the guests of Alonzo Salzberg last Sunday. The entertainment given at Turner Hall last week for t...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 4 November 1904

i ww Tm m a"ws sasresja aBw w w"w &f Her Glove A little r'"v lay on the floor Hi-Hid n rhstr; Ha halted Jinl Inside the door. And m it thure. JI picked It up nnd looked aronnd Willi nt.sjnu eyes. Anil li.'-d ttin treasure lia had found lle knew her ane. With Icnpln heitrt h l.eard a stir, The curtain swayed; II turned to trll his leva to her, 'i lia splendid InulJ. Her nvMhor, hm!n on him there. Said nnxlousluy; "I've I -it my s-Wive. T wonder artier) Tli thins ran bl'"" 3 K. Kicr hi i'hii'u-i Hecord-Hf raid. $1 MM' Captain Tlndary was taking Ills daily walk alotii; tin; Mann, lu spito of his si-vonty yours lie still carried himself erect mnl linnlly leu noil on tin1 miit? which he carried since ho hail lain down the sword. At tin? brldni- he was hnllod 7 a fisherman whom ho had known for Several years. 'Allow tiu to concratulato you. Cap tain, that your nephew had passed tils examination with honor." "I thank you. Paul." The captain continued his walk, lost In thought. Without ...

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. — 4 November 1904

STOMACHl FIRE CNIY A SKELETON CEOUCHUTO BY A STOVE. Ira. InhertT ha an Kitrnordlnary Es parlance anil t nilc-rrnet a Mareloue ChaDK. Mr. E. Ihorty, of No. 115 Ooftfos afreet, Mubcrly, Mo.; is today a picture of robimt lit'ulth, and yet five years bro, nhe bardy escaped death from projrvesmve nmcintioii. To a reporter ahe told tho following Btnry : " In isoo I ixgan to hare distrpusinff attack, of iudiKi'stion that continued for two yriM. My stomach was coiiKtautly ore and burned ns if it was ou firo. It beenme flnnlly so dclicato tliat it wntild not retain even ploiu wutor. My inability to take food reduced niv weight to ni nety eiplit pounds, and fninttirss and dizziness kept me in bed most of tlio time. I was really starving to douth nnd besides I was eitremel? nervous. Tbo doctor was perplexed. He gave mo tonics which did me no Rood, nnd prescribed exercise which I was too weak to attttmpt. "One dny when I was so faint and chilled that Icoulddo notbiubutcrouch down on the floor b...

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. — 4 November 1904

OSCAR KOEHLER. ! Repuubiican Nominee County Sur veyor, Tin- jii'li'otlcin of Mr. Ooar Kiv'lilel for ottin'y Mirvcycir is a itmul ti In t'riy pal rii'iilar. Mr. KoiiiLr ti iiali- of Kar.as City ami is a grailu alf i if li'T tannins liluli M'lmol. Ills failu r i a riil i-nniin'iT of imti'. ami it is tlit- lima ntnl lliiii(inu!i traimny wlm li o-n-iir K''liW r iitiIvi'I iiiuIit tin- (miv nf Ins fatlnT tliat ulvi-s hi in n ju'ruiiar fiiinss fur tin1 cift'W-f nf Mir i'nr. Mr. Km-liliT liifiits the I'niti'il Mit.ut of Ms ;i it y ati.l tin1 vnt' Ts 'ti m-ii'-ta: atxl if i l-'rl.'.l will MiVi an t limn -t t ui '.nil nf w It it'll the I'lli'lis tif Jacl.-'Hi ci'inty will f""l l'nni'l. R. S. CROHN. Ik a champion of law and order. Ills private nnd public raroor Manila with out n blemish. If ho In elected he will enforce the law as it should be en forcedwithout foar or favor. Every citizen, rosardlcss of color or condi tion, vhnuld cast his vote on the day of elec tion for Mr. Klmbrcll. FRED C....

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 4 November 1904

Supplement to the . . . RISING SUN. KANSAS CITY, MO., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1904. Kansas City Star's Support of Folk Threatens Roosevelt and Fairbanks FOLK'S ST. LOUIS ORGAN ANNOUNCES THAT MR. FOLK'S CAMPAIGN IN ST. LOUIS IS IN THE HANDS OF H AWES AND BUTLER, WHOSE- POLICE AND ELECTION MACHINES HAVE DISFRANCHISED REPUBLICANS AND DEFEATED REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES FROM PRESIDENT TO CONSTABLE EVER SINCE 1899 A VOTE FOR FOLK IS A VOTE FOR PARKER Butler and Hawes, in St. Louis, Will Not Count Their Fraudulent Vote for RooseveltThe Corrupt Vote Belongs to the Demo cratic Machine and Will be Counted for the Entire Democratic National, State and Local Tickets , Safety Lies in Voting a Straight Repub lican Ticket Don't Scratch. If the. Republican leaden persist In a foolish purpose to belittle Folk and dodge the boodle Issue, they will only fasten lasting dis credit upon their own organization, and imperial still more Mr. Roose velt's prospects for Missouri's electoral vote. It Is a remarkable tr...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 4 November 1904

National Administration Endorses Missouri Republican State Ticket CYRUS P. WALBRIDGE IS THE REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR AND WILL RECEIVE THE SUPPORT OF ALL LOYAL REPUBLICANS IN MISSOURI ON NOVEMBER 8 PRESIDENT "ROOSEVELT 1 Bti4acotb FOR CYRUS P. WALBRIDGE. i t , n-t- fi t Q 0 HX dt m Senator Fairbanks, Speaking for the National Administration, Asks Honest Missourians to Vote for the Republican Candidate for Governor, and Declares that the Election of Cyrus P. Walbridge Would Strengthen the National Republican Cause. Personal Indorsement of Vice-Presidential Candidate Refutes Democratic Lie About Administration's Indifference to Missouri Republican State Ticket Senator Fairbanks Vouches for Mr. Walbridge, Whom He Declares is His Personal Friend and Who Would be a Governor of Whom Any State Might be Proud. In default of legitimate campaign issum of any ptmseiiupiice niul ropog nlzlntr that their own party Is hope lessly divided upon the serious ques tions' awaiting the national ...

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. — 11 November 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. NOVEMBER It, 1904. NUMKER 32. Dr. Straight Fred Douglas Mose Lightfoot Win. Marker George Reeder Alex Rogers Henry Stampfield Walter Richardson Me Sins Geo. Catlin Hustling Charley .1. A. Shipp Leather Richard Connors Officer Still lohn Hill Messenger Hush Theodore Pankcy Pansy Abide Mitchell Cecelia Lightfoot Mrs. Untie Mcintosh Mrs. Stringer Mrs. Lottie Williams Hosetta Lightfoot Alda Overton Walker ACT I Scene 1: Public Square. Hoston. ACT II Scene 1: Exterior of Lightfoots Home. Gatorvllle. Florida. Scene 2: Road, one-and-a-half miles fro niGatorville. Scene 3: Interior of the Light foot home. ACT III Scene 1: Swamp In Dahomey. Scene 2: Garden of the Caboccer (Governor of a Province). Execution Tower In the Distance. PRESIDENT THEODORE ROOSEVELT. THEODORE ROOSEVELT RE-ELECTED PRESIDENT OF UNITED STATES The People of Missouri Ar...

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. — 11 November 1904

KANSAS RESULT REPUBLICANS CARRIED ALMOST EVERYTHING WITH A RUSH. HOCH IS ELECTED GOVERNOR Republicans Elected Eight Congress menKelly Has Safe Major ity Curtis Easily Won Roosevelt by 10O.O0O. TOI'KKA.- K turns from eighty two of the 1"" ri'imt't's in Kansas give Roosevelt ST. '.'IT plurality over Par ker, ami H'xh M.TIT majority over Ia!o. In some cases tin figures arc very ni-.irly correct. If this ratio is maintained. Roosevelt will have about 1u."),imiii plurality n'ld lloch's majority will hi' in the neighborhood of IJO.nuO. Kelly, for sta'e treasurer, will have about I'.'i.i'Mii majority. The Kepijlil.eans have elected thir- ty seven of the fortv state senators i and abo'it no of the U." reprcsenta-1 lives. All eight congressmen have been elected by majorities and every dls- trict judge except in the Jackson-Jefferson district. There Marshall Hop hurt, Democrat, won. JUST ONE DF.mTu'KATIC JUDGE. TOI'KKA. Fifteen district Judges wero elected In Kansas Tuesday fourteen Republica...

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. — 11 November 1904

ROOSEVELT ELECTED PRESIDENT CARRIES NEW YORK STATE AND OTHER DOUBTFUL ONES WHICH PARKER COUNTED ON BEFORE THE VOTE WAS CAST AS DEMOCRATIC. FOLK ELECTED GOVERNOR OF MISSOURI Missouri Chief Executive is a DemocratBattle Everywhere Was Fierce but Party of Jef fersonian Simplicity Meets Defeat. ESOPUS, N. Y, Nov. 8. At 8:30 o'clock Judge Parker tent this tele gram to the President: "Rosemount, Eeopus, N .Y., Nov. 8, 8:30 p. m. "The President, Washington. "The people by their votes have em phatlcally approved your administra tion, and I congratulate you. "ALTON B. PARKER." WASHINGTON. President Roose velt's reply to Judge Parker's tele gram was as follows:. '"Alton B. Parker, Rosemount, N. Y. "I thank you for your congratula tions. "THEODORE ROOSEVELT." Expected in some quarters and not In Others, Theodore Roosevelt waa elect ed president by a heavy plurality, car rying doubtful states and all Northern JOSEPH V. FOLK, DEMOCRATIC states by an Increased vote. He broke the "Solid South" and...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 11 November 1904

THE RISIXU SON. LEWIS WOODS Bumdpm Malaget. Published Ktpry W'wk RISING SON PUBLISHINGCO arsUUbCKIl'TlON HATF.S: Oa Year. . H M 5.1 tnnaiha ; ir iuntn S9 a munifc IS i1ctl pull In advance NtUrad at tht 1'ort Office at Kantn UUj, u Stc(d Vine MuUtr. Oorreapoiidr-Dte wanted In e?err city soa town in tliix mate. Write us. All new matter Intended for pub Uoatluu should reach our office not la ter than Tiutxlay, of each week and mutt be Riftued by the writer nut for publication, but a guarantee of auth enticity. 1FFICSlNo. 117 Weil 8lth St., Kaneae City, Mo. --- -M - - - U Advertialiiu Rnt(, for lh. od tn.artlnn f tO Tot pu Incli. i-ach mihiMHjiieiit Insertion .U For lc larfci, ihrvn ranntn I.UO FuMwo Ihmik, (li moaili too Tot two lnch nlno month 10 00 Fo two toe bo. twelve months IS CD OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE RtrST. The paid circulation of The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. H...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 11 November 1904

THE RISING SON. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo O. H. JONES, 612 Jersey avenue. Remember please It's the little bits we collect here and there That enables in to run from year to year." LOCALS. Miss I.ula Robinson, of Missouri City, Is visiting relatives In this city. Miss Mary Richardson rendered a very sweet solo last Friday at Lincoln High school. Miss Sarah Moore took seriously ill Wednesday. She hopes to be out by next VvedneRday. Mlsg Wlllla Frederick returned Sat urday from the world's fair, where she had a pleanant visit. Those who have donations for the Home will save themselves trouble by calling up 'phone East C07. Call up Dell 'phone East 607, when you have something to donate to the Old Folks and Orphans' Home. Mr. Henry Compton, having met with an accident several weeks ago. has recovered now and Is doing well. Miss Lillian Chatman entertained the Carnation club last Wednesday night at her residence, Tenth and Campbell streets. One elegantly furnished front room up ...

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. — 11 November 1904

A Revery TTcre at mine ease long years ago, hire yet my heart lntd grown to know The potency of woman mil. I sat unJ sniokej In bachelor style And basked before the Ingie'a glow. What cared I then for wind and anowf Lit Ktornijr blnata of winter blow. Carl"i I puffed my ( ipa tha wlilla Hera at mine ease. Tha timet liava changed. Tha Ions a( Is but a dream, a Meeting ahow. No peaceful pipe; I cannot smile Oh! how can I contrive my pile T cloth these An n kids or ao liar at my knees? I Si in I ft T. A. Daly In tha "And so you positively refuse to give up this intimacy?" "Really you usk too much, aunty. What else can I do lu this stupid place? I am devoted to yachting, 'u know, and, besides, Mr. Trevor Is tho only man here who has a motor car." "Hut, my child, you aro engaged to be married! What would Tom nay It lie should hear of it? Aud what would you do If he followed your example?" "Oh, I wish ho would! Ills devo tion wearies uio sometimes. Ho used to be quite a tea.se, but since ...

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