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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 11 November 1904

.-U re. Fairbanks tells hown gleet of warning symptoms will soon prostrate a woman. She thinks woman's safeguard Is Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. "Dkab Mm. rnntHAMt Ijrnomne and neglect are the cause of untold female suffering, not only with the laws of health but with the chance of a cure. I did not heed the warnings of headaches, organic pains, and general weariness) until I was well nigh pros trated. I knew I had to do something. Happily I did the right thing. I took Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound faithfully, according to directions, and was rewarded in a fer weeks to find that my aches and pains disappeared, and I again felt the glow of health through my body. Since I have been well 1 hare been more care ful, I haTe also advised a number of tnv sick friends to take Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound, and they have never had reason to be sorry. Yours very truly, Mbs. Mat Faihbawks, 216 South 7th St., Minneapolis, Minn." (Mrs. Fair banks is one of the most succe...

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. — 11 November 1904

Blind Cared for In Japan. tn ,ln)n nn till nil pfixm Is Wt without the ). rt tin tt y anil ability to tirn IiIm nwii llvllliool In mime lion-orabli- pursuit. Kuril Imi.v who Is lv pr.vcil nf sicht Is thoroughly trained In otn of lo oiTiipatlnns wlilrh si'fm piTiili.ir!) niliipti'i! to his condition, nitis!'.' ninl inassaai'. Tlnr'fori If llrttunn rise Is opctu'd to hllll thro H-.h h.s own rholce or the cirrum-si.uic- sinioini'li!v; him h- ran at h-iist live upon the practice of a re Dpi I'table prrfisioii. ' The Old Stair Carpet. !! stair carpet ran he turned tn U'ni.; avcouiit as follow: ". sl-.ahe It ell aii't rut away lj.' hail raits anil Willi the In l of It n,.ik a.ls for iIoi:!i'im; short lentils an, I '.n-Mni; tin r at I'je nice of cai h si ; wis. re the :n ..! enlnes liel'ure lai;1u' ihe M'W carpet. '11, i- will make a i.e , i uet We ir : v i e ;is lot.:; alul al-o ii.ai.e it vets :-..t; t,i wall upon, sa; s the 1J 1 1 : . i il Tillies. Real Wealth. Thorp Ih no wealth hut li...

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. — 18 November 1904

II Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son ?iVOLUME IX. ODD FELLOWS ENTERTAINMENT. Tho affair given at ho Convention hall last Frlilay by the Odd Fellows' fraternity was a grand suet-ess In ev ery way. The Idea was conceived by Mr. Ell Harris, who with the mem bers of the various committees worked hard and accomplished the good. The committee on arrangements were as follows: Edw. S. Ia-wIh, chairman. Eli Harris, vice chairman. Jas. Lue treasurer. W. E. Randolph, secretary. Prominent on the commiiee were: 11. It. Edwards. Frank L. White. Moses Ricketts. B. T. Lewis. Robt. Hill. Jas. Hill. 1J. M. Johnson Thos. Harris. A. E. Estes. I). Griffin. C. E. Dennis. G. Y. Gooeh. C. L. Wilson. Manna Oden. The Metropolitan band of 23 pieces furnished an excellent program pre vious to the beginning of the exer cises. Arthur E. Estes, manager; D. E. liluckburn, director. The Ladies of H. 11. of Ruth, who furnished the refreshments, were managed by the following coemmit tee: Mrs. H. R. Edwards, chairma...

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. — 18 November 1904

1 Prayer and Faith. fr.mr wIiik in whv .t .1 the skies. Ami vi.i,-iir I hi' .t.'in.il tliiiiin-: Tti f.r.lh i .IMIli! plnlnTi -wilt II IllrS. An. I n tnl ih.i ri.-i) tin t I known. I ". n ! i nil I 1 i.i t-t civ urn! f. rveiit ptc n. I. l. Il tliM.cl auMti aid MrmiH Ut'Ulr. ti:ll ,inl wti'Mlinx ,inuli, ilist us 111.- ji.li l Ith Ml UK1. Av i; hi N mnvi.,1 lie lnvrn to (rrnnt What i.innt. tliirus Kinit or 111' s.iliti, (Mir r ('in i ml lit i ils. ill w .1 Tit. II,. tin i t thrm all. Wi' nk fur I r. Fur ptn-ntiili ii n. J',.r -. .'i :i ir lit Ili' g.vrn l.- i.l III' fe.'ili tli i; -o thrniiKli Jinn mighty Ti.ilh y ' i.i .i.l ills t. rmn tu In. II. K.e Ii pure ili lri' I" I" ii i'Ii'h lilcli court. li:iii'ii i'hiii i us u. r m.i I.i Ink; 1'."' l .ilh ti. I I 'In i.. I i.i I'l.iluH l.mclit Wi in. iv in i i -1 I. ins" wr thing ? If II. Im I i' -o. id. n I. t n n .-it I IP I ii .1. i;. i.ni-l-. I .i In nr. l'.r w;.l;.ii.t t.iiih nl I.i it. i: i ! in l'lolll t'i fi.ilIi'W. I'W-IV I. Hi. J ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 18 November 1904

sShow us the way to aee the good That comes Into our live PHch day, The blessings dimly understood That give ue cheep along the way. dive ua content with gold and gear Though much or little we posses lt ua he glad for what la here On thla, our day of thankfulnesa. Cut broaden, too, the amil and mind So that our thank will not be found By customs rule and rote confined within this one day' narrow bound. Let ua be glad for early rnln That blda the ftowera wake and creep, Let ua be glad for anowy pin In That holda them in their winter alecp. Give ua the heart to underetand The graclousness of spreading treea: The changing seasons, wisely planned. The storm and sunshine all of theaa For all the brightness of the dawn, And cheerfulness of noon and night; And nil that joy la bullded on Give ua the gracj to aee aright, lt ua remember each kind word By weight of good I v feeling blest Bach gentle thing we've mild or heard And Dint from memory the reet. ve ua the grace to see and know The be...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 18 November 1904

THE RISING SON, unria w 0OD3 bumw MiMgat. Published Etfry Week RISING SON FUBLISHINGCO THUBSCHIPTION RATES: Tear MM my maeine , il rrc aninlha me aoalk II Inrtctly paid In advaneo f tor U the Pout Offlee at Kam Oitj, a 5tcoii t'Uu MatUr. OurrMpoDdeoU wanted to fvarj city Ui town id this state. Write at. All news matter Intended for pub lication should reach our office not la lr than Tutsday, of each week and Butt be ilttoed by the writer nut (or publication, but as guarantee ol auth aotlrlty, FICIt-No. I 1 7 Woot Sllth St., Kinaaa City, Mo. Advertising Rattaa, far aae leib, an Insertion I .H r en Inch, each eeieequeat Ineertlon .U or two IhIh, three nomo 1.00 Pur two Inch, Hi month 1 00 Far two Inch, nln month MOD Tee-twolaeb.ee twelve month 1100 OLDEST NECJRO 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. H.Kist v It will contimii' to ilo lni...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 18 November 1904

THE RISING SON. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. O. H. JONES, 612 Jersey avenue. Remember please It'i the little btu we collect here and there That enable! in to run from year to year." LOCALS. Rev. A. O. Wllkernon, son-in-law of L. L. Thompson; will arrive in the ctiy Sunday. 2319 Highland. J. H. Doughtry of Chicago was a caller at our office this week and re newed his subscription. He wishes to extend his respects to his many friends and expressed the same wishes for Mrs. Doughtry. Clarence Brown of Chicago was In the city this week. He informed us that he and Miss Jennie Watts of this city were married last week. Rev. B. F. Watson preached at Al len chapel last week and Bishop M. A. Grant preached last Sunday morning. Robt. Woods of Chicago, brother of Lewis Woods, was a visitor in the city last week. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Stewart have pur chased a home at 1293 Bluff street, where they are now located. Mrs. Alice Howard of 613 Cottage Lane, who took seriously ill six weeks ago, i...

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. — 18 November 1904

When tho Rirl had snthercd all her i pift s in her lioiiil'iir em Chrlstnim j Uiuht and rldsi'il the loor, she picked ! up a HilKy ohj.u't. survejed it fur a moment, thou put It liacU iu the table wl'li a put. "An 1 t really like you host of all," sli whispered, "Ipcniie mother's lm went Into the making of you." That Is a common fooling. A home mv!. Christmas present has more v.il'i' and Is more appreciated than any article purchased In a shop; In every stitch Is a loving thought for the one who U fortunate enough to re ceive It. It is amazing how beautiful an ob ject can he made with n yard of linen, a few skeins of embroidery silk, and an attractive eiesiijn. Here are a few Iniits f ir the woman who always makes it a point t. put love Into her ktifts to family and dearest friends: An Attractive Veil Case. In this ace of many veils a con venient and dainty receptacle for tlii'ir safo ki'ipini; liecomes al most a necessity. This extremely pretty one is practical as well ns orna ment...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 18 November 1904

Li' A prominent Southern lady, Mrs. I Blanchard, of Nashville, Tenn., tells how she was cured of backache, dizziness, pain ful and irregular periods by the use of Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound "Dear Mrs. Pinkbam: Gratitude compels me to acknowledge the mat merit of your Vegetable Compound. 1 have suffered for four years vnth Irregular and painful menstruation, also dizziness, pains in the back and lower limbs, and fitful sleep. I dreaded the time to come which would only mean suffering to me. Better health is all I wanted, and cure if possible. Lydla E. Pink barn's Vegetable Compound brought me health and happiness in a few short months. I feel like another person now. My aches and pains have left me. Life seems new and sweet to me, and everything seems pleasant and easy. "Six bottles brought me health, and was worth more than months under the doctor's care, which really did not benefit me at all. I am sat wfled there is no medicine so good for sick women as your Vegetable Co...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 18 November 1904

s AZTECS AS MEDICAL MEN. Ancient Race Believed to Have Been Advanced in Healing Art. ArrordiiiK t a recent medical writer the undent AtiT race of Mexi co was fur iiihamvil In Lie prartlco of liieilleliie. Tin- tititlw Mexicans iralleei massime, splint were n.scil in the ilrexslnv nf fractured bones. In flu 111-' 1 Runi" m'V" liinced with nlmi- l.tuvce. ncliUm lei .-III were ex d. xilf win il-ii',l lis ntl nntlsep d rrn:in I idld!ii:i ii ;l ililstil.K r. Sllft'l.r- nf !ile ttlMM-iCK Illd were 'ir.d'M ! lln- -vveat 1'iith, linn tract. Me. n U V. . u l';. ." 1 1 ,ii i'l.i! (.!:' i : (ill' . !.:. l' i ! v. ,w Ati ; ot ; -'.i' : : v 1 , 1 1 ! i , in i ';,'. i. .':! ': i T: : : :n- nf Mi.. J..: : ' r I :im ' ! ' a . ' ! I . :. pi. !,- . w . r. cha- - ! i! sin i ' ' .. i ii : .:" i: Hi .r .V. .1. favi'L.i ';. w .Mi : '; tin t t!... la.i :.ru h'ltn.'in until : l.y WATER A PLANT COPIOUSLY. .in f tin fiul.. 1 MATCH FOR HIS LANDLORD. One la Wlio Ohjcctrd to Children Cleverly Outwitte;'. I ri n...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 2 December 1904

t w 1 Py to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME IX. EL: The Next Senator HON. R. C. The friends of Colonel R. C. Kerens are making a gallant fight t land him In the United States senate. And although matters have not as yet assumed a definite shape, the con census of opinion is that the colonel will be the winner. The party stand ing of Colonel Kerens Is very strong. For twenty years he has devoted his time and money In the Interest of the success of the Republican party in the slate of Missouri. His activity has been both strong and consistent. Ho served on the executive committee of the National Republican conven tion for sixteen years. In the gloomy TO INCREASE ITS ENDOWMENT. Booker T, Washington Send Out an Appeal for Tuskegee Inttisute. The Sentinel has received an appeal, signed by Booker T. Washington, on behalf of the Tuskegee Normal anl In dustrial Institute, of which the follow ing Is a part: During the twenty-three years that the Tuskegee Normal and Industrial' Institute h...

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

1 Wnere God Placed 't .. II,, cl.i. Thee. ii.nl Jild.'.'d Vv :. , I III. Hi- will ik tlif Inn luif If I!.. A I - I -1 tl:1ni- oiv n i ln'Ki. then wln'if no rough net vv in all list I 111 lti. I.,' t f ! -1 t)l lif, . iv Itll tli t'.H' HWt'l't- ,n ,'f hiIiitm In tliy vil wilh winds nf Holy , !1 II M.ik. 1 1. h tli a. ilk bin !.:! 11 t! v ! I Al.,1 . i -, . ; i will) 1 ill.. sw ,M t l inn Ity tliy I., n.iilur The Message the World Wind. 1 -,1. l I II.. ir IT', I III,' .1 II,,. w.l- !- u.i: 1 I " I: : f 1 a 1 I' poet. His i f ii r -Lilt aluai tliri'.iiiii: r.'i s ..lir illlt Te.-t bv ;i liriv; i r T It' ! scribes tb 'Mill , f I-;.!, ,:n i'. !! .r:i:!it'ti lli' cr .. v lil''l l! i' i:';!,ll, n( a lu llr" .i Itu.r. ,ii..' allium the prospi'i' .I--, - r.. I.,, ,. an, I i 1 it. i'i .it : ill" m e--.u:e tin- ucrl ii'.:- T!i" c i:' nun .us threiil nv :tu- tlrum-h 1 i-',i'- U k'.tnlnc-s jiih' ' ai.i! cl;,ci' In',' Things tl-i' I i ' " r hi:,! ;i,t:, iiivI il.iri; iitu i: v h '!'!: HfiV l:a ti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 2 December 1904

4 tJlAoff'fnE-OLD BtdtKIWork of Dr. "Henry, love, Is your will made?" "Yes." "Have you put on your shirt of mall?" "Yes." And jauntily pinning on his placard, "I am not drunk; my skull may be fractured," the modern citizen o a great city started for business. HIS DEBUT. The summer girl may have her day, We know It to our cost; But at our windows now we see The winter man Jack Frost. Knlcker Jones has scheme to offer Japan. Bocker What Is it? Knlcker To strew banana peelings around Port Arthur so as to hasten the fall. VALUE. We often discover, As likely as not, A chip In the pocket's Worth two In the pot. Methuselah was observed to thuckle, "Just thinking how I fooled that Insurance agent when I bought my an nutty," he explained. With a light heart he went off to celebrate bis 400th birthday. AUTUMN. How Nature's workings harmonize! We see it everywhere, For now she grows chrysanthemums To match the football hair. Iho Man Who Shook Hands With Oeorge Washington sighed dismally, "To t...

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 December 1904

THK RISING SON LEWIS WOODS flusmeas Manager. Fuullnht-ri Kverr Wwk RISINft SON HUBLISMINGCO VMTIltClUITUN KATKS: pa. Trr . IN lil tMiath rin month Ob muaib U irletly pitld In advance lnUr4 at () '"of Office of Kanu OUj, at Stand CUs Matter. Correspondents wanted in ever city aaa town id this mate. Write tu. All news matter in tended for pub lication should reach our office not la tor than Tiuaday, of each week and Butt be signed by the writer not (or publication, but a guarantee of auth entlrltr. WIOIl-No. 117 WNt SUth at., Kinill City. Mo. Advertising RMtae, For a IkB. oa. lo.ertlno .St or oo Inch, etch lahHgutal Insertion . for two tachM, ihrve monih I.US Fur two liclir, til month too for two Inch, alii, month! 1000 far two lecbe. laelve aiomh not OLDEST NEURCUOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE RFST. Ihe paid circulation of The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. lloosewlt will rontiuiK- to do bunl ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 2 December 1904

THE RISING SON. A W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo O. H. JONES, 612 Jersey avenue. Remember please It' tne little bits we collect her and there That enables ui to run from year tu year." LOCALS. Mrs. Mary Henderson spent Thanks giving In Jefferson City with her son Eddie, who is - attending Lincoln In stitute. Mrs. Ooler of Raleigh of North Caro Una, is visiting her brother, Dr. T. C. Unthank. Mrs. I-fna Jordan, of 1232 Vine St., has gone to Liberty, Mo., to spend the winter. Mrs. John Wright of Topeka Is In the city visiting her slKter, Mrs. Leon H. Jordan. Tom logan, Bobby Kemp ,and two other gentlemen were successful stars at the Orpheum last week. Mr. Elliott Simpson spent Thanks giving In Leavenworth visiting the Moore family. , Mesdames Sumner, Generals, ' Har land and Penlx tendered an instru mental solo which was titled "Cysrlce Herolque," consisting of eight hands. Mrs. F. J. Jackson teacher of peda gogy at Lincoln Institute, spent Thanksgiving with her husband, C. H. ' Jack...

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. — 2 December 1904

Weaving;. In. fm K wfHvrr. n1 .-h df Th thivit.l of llf 1 neln, An.1. l-e Hit- colors vht thy may, I still nMit n.'.i thorn In. W ith 1ili"till K liKiit Uieie wmtl the ttliMIKl't, A 1 in t:i-k bi'Rln. M I. or. I ti mi' now thrn,1 hs brought, ArJ bid mi- lltrin In." p.imi'tlrf- 1M phM m thrcaJi of foU To I'MkM'-ii up t tip tlnv; Tli.n ji.mhT tint, so l.-nk iinil cold. Tint f'niit' tho gold t" S":. Ami mv ? I'.ia 1 1 ( swift'v fli. With H'.ii i.lHiottt K M an.l t;ri And on 1 toil nil .!. ;tlit illi-s Ami rides In night nw.iy. Oh. len mv rty of toll Is o'r. Anil 1 iliuM roino In s0. ll II oprn wMe my Kntht-r'a Snor, Ami hid tno rt within. Whon n:i r nt hum In heavenly light, 1 low oli in lv I shall f Thit overv thr. tin- dirk, tht bright- IS 8 kVJ I fcuch one had nood Jin ait m Leollr.c Harper wn Just 21. n bright, ambitious, high-spirited girl, w' o earned her livelihood by teaching In a grammar school. Hut her prosy ir'-fi-sslon 1 ft her plenty tif tlmo 'o dream of n larger ami brigh...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 2 December 1904

BREAKS THL RECORD A TWENT Km CENTURY TLTEB IN THE MEDICAL FIELD. lthrntnBtlamRapltlljramt ItAtllrnlly rnrrd. Quick Work of a. Fimnui tteiurtly. Convenience, comfort, rwfetjr, fpeed nre deniiuideil y the traveling puWiti in onr rapid century and the awnettt intellect Coimtuntly ut work mi these proliletin are milking wonderful prop-eM in th Count met ion of the AtenniKliip nnd the locomotive. Like result are pouftlit in niedicinpH nnd Pr. WillinniN' Pink Pill for Palo People nro nstniiia.li jug the world try the triumph", they are winning in tlio rapid cure of oliatiimte ninliidirx, inch ns rheunmtitmi. With speed they coniMne convenience, perfect Bnfety and cheap- tlCM, Hero i froHli proof of their concrn tinted virtues: Mis. Margaret Oiuitz, of Kn. 1527 llotlcmnn ntreet, Hurliiifrttm, Iowa, U an intluKtrioua) German woman, who About two and a hnlf year ago found herself in tinnier of 1 inin hrr power to work altogether. She Buy i " I Kt rhctiumtism which mado my knee and t-llmw ver...

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. — 2 December 1904

AZTECS A3 MEDICAL MEN. f WATER A PLANT COPIOUSLY. Ancient Race Eelieved to Have Been Advanced in Healing Art. Afrnr.iir.K to a recent medical wrl'i-r 1'ic undent .'.tec race nf Moxl Cv wfii" I :t ailv.u iv I In f ip irnctlee 'f tt:e lii'i: :. Tin' nil ic Mcvlcati pr H i ti !'.''. spl tits Wei'.' used 111 Hi' ;n ii' I'nii'i'T.'J Iim'h's. lu ll, iti. ! 1 mi' l.'i.i'"d ::!i ib-l-dian iti:.. iic!uVT iee;!i wit ex t r; i t ! . vl't iimm! n- ;ri :uiii-e; tie. and i'-"M!;d o!-l,ll.ui I'.-i a il'l-'. I M',!ir '!. i re-s i.f tlf i"!" nml J.'i:;t-- were ir. ;!: I 1 V ll'.e ?- t ;1 1 l:itli, w. k:.! v. ere mi:-iiviI '.'. l.umtin l: dir. li e :i : 11 1 ! :i i -:" ..is :i i it'll to :: 1 i'-'e i f l!ie w . --. I vi"i mi w - 1 -ion e-.i el )i v. ! r hy pin i t k, wlji!'' b!eii'".i: wi.s 1 :etn'el Ir. ii-. ' i i.av 1 iv.ihielie-i Tl.e l' itiel'.e of tile l 'lll we'l In.-:.- I .-: er. . : !: t 1 in' I ' l-a rt 1 I v .! . f e 'I- '! e. 11 r aft T 1 1 . : I'"' t 1 '! Win ' pli i.- 1 ' v.. 1 ;:! : i 1...

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. — 9 December 1904

F 1 1 Pays tolAdvertlso In the Rising Son VOLUME IX. BOOKER T, WASHINGTON. TO INCREASE ITS ENDOWMENT. Booker T. Washington 8ends Out an Appeal for Tuekegee Inttiaute. The Sentinel has received an appeal, signed by Booker T. Washington, on behalf of the Tuskegee Normal anl In dustrial Institute, of which the follow ing is a part: During the twenty-three years that the Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute has been in existence, count ing thOHe who have finished a full course, together with the much larger number of those who have taken a par tial course, but who have remained long enough to get into the spirit and methods of the institution, we have Dent out quite 6,000 men and women who are doing effective work, mainly in the South, as teachers both In the class room and of the industries, as mechanics and in domestic work. Just now there are three urgent INDEPENDENCE NEWS. Thirty-two dollars was realized Thanksgiving day and night at the A. M. E. church. Ilev. Winrow Is able to ...

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. — 9 December 1904

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Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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