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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 27 March 1903

THE RI8IITG SOU. Win. Fairfax, Society iReporetr. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. Remember please ' t'sllie little bits we collect here an tb-sr That enables us to run from year to year." L O O AL S . How do you like the Rising Son? Watch our Easter edition. Mrs. Watts has been on the sick list. ABk your neighbor to read the Ris ing Son. How about your subscription? Harve you paid? Mr. and Mrs. Preston Alexander are ou the sick list. vatch the Son closely, you may miss something. Mrs. F. Sands, of 1216 Baltimore, h&'s a nice front room to rent to gen tleman. Willis H In ton has charge of the Walnut street cafe of the Midland. The Twentieth Century club danced last Wednesday night. Hand your locals to Wm. Fairfax, our society reporter. Mrs. Eliza Wlllinms. of 814 E. 8th, met with a painful accident this week. Mr. W. H. Williams Is in TopeVa contracting. Mrs. W. B. Smith is at the bedside of her husband who Is very sick. See the Jackson Boys for extra copies of the Son. Mrs. M...

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. — 27 March 1903

THE The Tivrn l bright and warm and gay. And tin li.ni'l IniiKh a they alt at plajrj l'rlt and ronrteann, lu.ly nml lord. Ornwd toetli,T the Ruining board; Jeatrr mid ju it- aoe tii,. rod wine brim Outside the ro.ula ate fur and dim! The T.ivern talk la loud and high. Tlnnnra and Jcalnuaiea. tnlnatrelay, 1'nlltlca, tiUaatire, ami, loud above. The dominant nolo la a cry fur love: Yet ea-li to bin tuMglihur a niyetery still Vark Is the niglit ncroea the sill! Fn.h romea alone fi the Tavern old, Hnmo In tnttir and anme In gold; Kaoh ii i. e hrnre on hie lonely way, Heft of bis mm or hi" doublet Ray: l-nrh st,'j ulone on the lde t hrhhold-Out.-l.le tin' nluht Is blaik and cold! t.lfe areola the gnosta at the Tavern door: I'lMth speed them forih to return no mora; With the atlrrup cup that all must drain. The la.st dark brew ,.f tonrs and pain. P-atli toin ln a hH llp.a to the bitter rim Outside the rjude are far anj dim! -Kthrl Watts Mutnford In l.lpptncott'e Xlfaaln. Dclorcs Secret Sor...

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. — 27 March 1903

r St. Jacobs Oil It the greatest remedy In the world tor ill bodily Aches and Pains fcr which an external remedy may be used. Price, 25c. and 50c. KM. ROTS BABY Tired Mother's Touching Story of Anxiety and Suffering. Cxxf ynrtx Brings Blessed Cure to Skin Tctured Baby and Peace and Rest to Its Worn Out Mother. It is no wonder that Mrs. Helena Rath was taken sick. Single-handed, she did all the housework ard washed, cooked and mended for her husband, Hans, and their six children. After a plucky fight to keep on her feet, Mrs. Rath had to yield, and early in 1902 she took to her bed. What followed she told to a visitor, who called at her tidy home, No. 82 1 Tenth Ave., New York City. "I hired a girl to mind the chil dren and to do whatever else, she could. I couldn't stay in lied long. Kick as I was, it was earner for me to crawl around than to lie and worry about my little ones. So I got up after a few days, nnd let the girl go, I had noticed that she had sores on her face, hands and...

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. — 27 March 1903

Are You a K. of If Not, Why Not? Do you know that the Knights of Pythl.1t Is the strongest and most progressive order of the age.' The four departments of the Older are at follows: Suloi'(liiml(. LoI;c. In thi. the members are united fo Fa . ...... t . L - 1 I . u (iiumi rain umer in I niform I2ank. in ims department our young men are receiving a military educa tion which they can get in no more useful citizens. Ladies' Court. In this the wivet. mothert, Knights are united for the common purposes of life. Kudowmcnt. In this department we are to the widows and heirs of deceased Knights. ..T-nt. .c Luuut THE DEPUTY CHANCELLOR OF YOUR DISTRICT. OR WRITE A. W. LLOYD. GRAND CHANCELLOR. 2629 LUCAS AVE.. ST. LOUIS, MO.. FOR TERMS UPON WHICH TO ORGANIZE A LODGE. Kansas City -to St. Louis. Unsuriaecl service, smooth track, fast time. All trains ,,n the Wal.ash run directly through the World's Fair ground. St. Louis, in full view of all the magnifi cent buildings -tla-Wabash is the only line ...

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. — 10 April 1903

' - . .... jlf jSj? " ... ''r'1" i"-v?irjr,iric'cxi"TMivA.. It Pays to Advertise in the Rising Son for it Reaches More Homes of Colored People than any other Paper in the State. VOM'MK VIII. KANSAS CITY, MO., FIMDAY. AIMMMO. 111);. NUMIWH flr.w -O -:..-' KM? ' .... s pi:i:sidi:.t rooslvklt. tiii: nations pridi-:. ins conlmpi.atkd visit to Kansas city is avaiti:h ANX1KTY AND I iKI .1' ! I IT. WITH ) PARTY STRIFE BLAMED. R. C. KERNS SAYS IT KEEPS MIS SOURI REPUBLICANS OUT. Declares That the Struggle for Fed eral Patronage Has Shipwrecked the Party. ... l H l .-..ii City. M'i . March In.- At the lit pnlilli an caucus to-night the f"l- j lowing lettir I rum Richard ('. Kerens. ncknovv h tiding his niiiiiiiialiuii at the beginning i'f Hi"' session fur the I'lii'i'il Stales Senate, to succeed Senator Vest, was n ail : Hon. .Inhn II. Hothwcll, Chairman Mis souri Ri pul ili i a it .luitit l.i gi.-lativo Caucus. Jefferson City, Mo.: My Diar Sir Sonic time ago I was duly advised that I had I ...

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. — 10 April 1903

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Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 10 April 1903

CLOSE TO THE PEOPLE. Deia'i Kidney Pills hava leaped Into Public laor became the people can write direct to the makers and secure a trial tree. Thus has been build-d the greatest lama nd largest sala known to any Kidney medicine in tba orll. MR. "ELEANOR" JOXES HOW A BEAUTIFUL WOMAN ESCAPED SPRING CATARRH BY USE OF PE-RU-NA. BOOKING AGENTS' MISTAKE THAT CAUSED TROUBLE. ) CCRTlrr, O I had utirti arvrrr pain III mv bark Hint I i-iiul.l nut nnlk I um-I the mii . pie of lioin't kidney I'll.s w'.tli nm h iji.oel n ulla I adit In Ti.lct'lii fur uimtlii-r !.... :i 1 1 1 they cured me. Mahaii K. Col i hum., Cur tice. O. PaLMorrn, Va I atiffcrri over twelv. months with l ain In tliu miihII of my kick. Meillrlnr ami pluvi'rj cave only leinpoiary relict. IM.aii a Miltu-y I'lllK L'UIVl'l UIO. V. 8. buuws. l'Ulllllllllll, 11. Wwt ll.evr.N, f'osM 1 islit month!! arjn t took a M'Vi're piiin In my bi.'k. Tim r-mupli-to I of Ilium Kidney I'ilU hi-lpcd inn to nun li I puri'liix-il tun lioxi'n : nm on...

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. — 10 April 1903

THK RISING SON. , hakky i; hi; n m i" : k i : i 11 i;n; I'M t. : LL IS YK'urs,... i'.,;tey Miina'iJ. P .!.,:!:. ,1 V., : irk RISINll SON PUBLISHING CO "l' Kl I'l 1 'N KA'I K: ei)i Y' r t U i'U'Ii f '.r ui f ' t On tin 11 1 I. II .VI . .1 40 IS f.M, -li? J. c, 'i' ...t. .C'.l f , fti '. ,i' A" i', .!. Vy, .i v ' M i'!, r. i. rr .!. ! .t!.;. I :n virv city tint t. it, : I. - V r.l.' A , in' - ti it ' . I i ii ' t Hi!' i !i 't ut V.rn' 'i , : .I. i, i" nil.. t,' t i.i- Iff I IV, 'I li. - ! H . . f i .ti Ii Mi cn ami nr.. ! -i ! i .' r i. t f r , . . i ' . ii. I'.!'. ,t- k . ir.ii.'.i c i ( .t.it ti- OFFICE: No. 117 West SUth St., Kbosb City. Mo. AiIviiibhh; Hitc, f. ' .'T;r :i'li i'l '.li-f'i n $ Hi t i f 1 1 if I '. on - . . 1. 1 Iiimmi. n A. v f . f'i. .'i . . . v ri.' 'u. i .it-.ir'i .i r T ' w . ,li I,. i: t ii i r t I , . l. 141 I !.f ! Wll III "I.I- 11,11' II !.'' lH) Ol.tL5 1 M:( .! ) l H H l. ... IN CANVAS C1I I Y, TWICI; AM. Till; RLSI. I'hc i.iid i irail.ition of 'I'm: kisiNi...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 10 April 1903

TWF PTQTWfl QftW XZXXi a,XOXaX OUR. Win. Fairfax. Society Ueporrtr. A. V. Walker. Agent. Lexington, Mo lit-tncttilicr please I I ti-II I tli- lit it i c ilhvi hero mi Thai i-iiiiIii-i us tn run fintii yt-iir In ycui." LOCALS. Mow (In ymi like the Rising Son? Mr. Watts is alile tn 1 tit again. HoW nhnlit yniir suhscript inn ? llu'Vc ui paiil? Visit the Y. M ('. A looms and ho (Mile ileiilililiteit. See the Jackson Hoys for extra copies of tile Soil. Mrs. F lix Shaffer is slowly implnv i ti k at this writing. Co to Lnngstnn's for Imths and gnu,l harlit-rs. Mis. S. H Itaih left last week Inr an xtcnsiv c v isit east. Mi. .1. S. Addison was ill Sunday mi. I was lint mil all day. Mis. Woodland, who has h.-i n very sick is slow ly improving. ('. II. Lewis and wife area hmne to tin ir fi t. ml.- at r.i:l."i Flora Ave The I ndies' Art class tint with Mrs. Chnpmniis Wi dm sday alt I in m . Wade Smith, alter two weeks illness, is aide tn he at his pnst nf duty again. .la-. Alii n. an old and ...

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. — 10 April 1903

r.AsriR ntxi.s Th' 1 11 1' V W . . . I ' A 'I! A l I I. - T! .,1 ..u a nil i f WHAT 1 II F. EASTER RABBIT BROUGHT IK M.VKIK HO t Mil DA tha' ml I iirit. 'I that 1 1" ill i::i ,i. i li. I lial ni I I .1' ml .1 :li ' 1 1 1 1 I . i w li ti x :i i- I' ii KnUi 1' I . I. la-I'l i!;iv r i -I Hi" M;in I I I. i ' ' I ' t ,i i i III" S "l: . ma iin " ir. . ill" i!,i v li "ii r her i m- In am ii li t I inn I'l'ilii' open ir - Hi" halo :i t ll" . Mill I' Hi, lllllllll. till 'I.:' until) Ih. in In I. i . vv i ng 1 1 a - mi'' T'o hai. I I Ul.l I k' "HI .11 Itl.l'e .,1111" ! u ! .li i . Arsi'.ii. 'In Inn in "' 'ii tin I a ii una! . il '. I. . 'I . ih,. , Mum!1, n ini'iiili, ill" lunar i ' i 1 1 1 i I'l'i-n with I In ir i . w 1 1 I'm lav nam" i'l i.i"ii. il i i.t, i."i tin. : In '. i ' . a la. I w 1. 1 'i rain.. .1 n "i i"i" lli" han- tin. v Ii h'Ii 1 1 1 1 a r "i ipi-ii, In I" '" ' " 'I'll.' Iinii'll li. nm ! "I" li : "'I ai. h.'i 1. 1' i ii: l i. ami I h" hai e an n n a', hi' in ' i ni ' al ha . ...

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. — 10 April 1903

1 1 !fEi II v - UK mill ii iiiii inning, Mirnniim 'i2.) oil, and spllttliitf at th. ends. This u rent. conililned trentineiit Is how the most wonderful remedy I. 1 I-1 fnl-llin Iliilr In ll.nut.i.l.... I.I.. u..rl.l 1 lie most on enrt Ii. I nt out this advertisement, mid send to us. with only l..-.o, and. lmmi-dli'teiv upon reci nt of niunc, wo will send to you n full and complete treatment, eon-l-l hilt '-f two I'xlrn lurire hoxi's of !M. kln of all lliilrTonn-s. worth n : n '10 -Mint1" .-ii niso two imue notties or i i.ihiii.ik.. the iii-iittilini llnlr fii'ower, worth ::.ii: aNo one Itrue packaue of our latest dis covery, I'OWIM lll.lt I .(i Ml MI'IHI, Worth ,.ie. ; also one Imr of !Uireeleliriited and renowned I'l HITV M Al.l1 Mill', worth '.'" . and mil- I l int pnekime of A M l-Olinll, the most, wonderful toilet h u ... l tally or flu- ilnv. worth This uraml collection, worth In all f in, w III lie sent on receipt or SI. .Ml ami vour mime and address, w It It full, pin In. ami...

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. — 10 April 1903

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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. — 17 April 1903

V4 51 '.V V': 1 'feto It Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME VIII. ALLEN CHAPEL.' The Easter services were well at tended aril day. The congregation was a little later gathering than usual, but was a larger one than (or a number of years. There were many visitors from SL Joe, and other cities, and ev eryone expressed their satisfaction with the day's services. The altar dec oration was never more beautiful. The choir did Its best: and the pastor has never preached a more beautiful ser mon. Everything was In just the prop er tune for an Ideal Easter service. The congregation not only looked splendid, but seemed to feel the same. The captains dfd exceedingly well In gathering up their promises. All were able to make good reports. Those who turned over their money to the church treasury aTe as follows: . James Crews, IS2.15; Oscar J. W. Scott, 178.65; Sam uel I. Ia-o. $59.85; Miles Dunn, $43.01; Howard Harris, $32.20; Geo. Shannon, $10.00. The penny collection for the day was $2...

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. — 17 April 1903

BISHOP MONTGOMERY WILL NOT ACCEPT MANILA POST K'.Ltt Hov. Cooigo Montgomery, co adjutor archbishop of San Francisco, who recently was appointed arch lislup of Manila, has refused that IufU lie prefers to stay in Sau Fiau- '1 risen, v lici t1 ho cxpoctd to become archbishop. Tho refusal of p.ishop Montgomery to accept tin- post of coadjutor bishop FEW COLORED JOCKEYS NOW. , White Rider Are the Favoritei of the Turf. Fifty years ngo negroes liml almost a monopoly of training and riding racp horses. Today they have all hut disappeared from the turf, nave as stablemen, rubbers, etc. In the ante Vellum days the big land owners of the Routh constituted the patrons of racing from the owners' standpoint. It was natural for them to look for their stable help of every dogrpp from anions their many slaves. With the estahllshment of racing at Saratoga soon after the close of thp war. fol lowed by the opening of Jerome Park shortly afterwards, the center of tho racing endeavor gradually shift ed...

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. — 17 April 1903

r ) HERO IN HARD LUCK FAT. DEALS UNKINDLY WITH WOULD-BE REFORMER. Youth Wh Rsbuked Fat Man for Pro;r.!:euoui Expectoration Oeta Into Serious Difficulty Ccarts Man Wipea Up Floor With Him. A (at man (at and apparently coarse, and with a predilection (or bullying" over the common people stirred up a big rumpus yesterday morning on the Staten Island (erry boat Robert Garrett, which left St. George at 7:10 o'clock. This person chewed tobacco with a noticeable vehemence, and with con recutlveness and frequency he was obliged to dispose of the usual by product. It was the fat man'a method ' of disposing ' of his by-product that made the rumpus. Perhaps there were cuspidors, but the (at man didn't hunt for them. He picked out vacant spots on the floor Instead. There were wom en passengers, and soirtte of them be came almost panicky. Then it wan that a small, heroic man made his appearance. . He was a young man with pale-blue eyes, a slim waist, and an unhalting expression around his chin. ...

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. — 17 April 1903

THK 1US1MJ SON. ITAKHY 11. CIIAHAM, LMH'-r. ri5KH A. TL HN'KU, Assoc !uie Kid tor. LEWIS WOODS Uusiuee Manabw. PuMlMirri livery W'wk RISINO SON PUBLISHINCCO TM;H.CHir; l()N KAT KS: On Year tl 68 V.I mont ht ift t'irer inontlu M One Diuntli 11 Strictly puiil tn hiIvbhid EnUrtd at t'f ".' Oftirt nt KannnsCitJ, cm '""( ('n.w Mutter. OirrevMiin1''i)t wanted In every city tod town iti llii Male. Write u. All new matter intended for jmb- llcatlon h)i u!(1 reach nur nlin'e not la- Iff than Tiitcdiiy, of each week and j must U- Hlteuoii by the wnttT not or Duticatiou. but as guarantee of auth-I ntielty OFFICEl No. 117 West Sixth St., Kansas City, Wo. Ailvri'titlntf Rittea, for one l-h, one Insertion I W t oni" inch. crh nutim-iiient liinertlun. i r',r twe lorkeft, three month B.UU Fortwo laches, l month nu Kor two inches, nine month luia) For two IncLes twelve month 15 00 OLDEST NECiKO JOURNAL ... IN TWICE ALL THE RtrST. KANSAS CITY, The paid circulation of Tin: Rising Son is more than doub...

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. — 17 April 1903

THE RISING SON. e 1 - Win. Fairfax, Society Reporetr. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. Remember please t'a ttielltMt) bits we collect here an ill ira Tbat enables us to run from year to year." LOCALS. How do you like the Rising Son? Jessie Little Is in the city again. Miss Bessie Hayes will make Chi cago, 111., her future home. Easter services at the churches were well attended. Qo to Langston's for baths and good barbers. Geo. Kerchlval died last Sunday from typhoid fever. 'Rev. Caldwell, In charge of the Pil grim Baptist church, is doing nicely. How about your subscription? Hove you paid? Mr. and Mrs. T.urk is feeling proud of their 7-pound baby girl, born to them March 17. Lee Jackson, formerly of Lexington, a brick and mortar contractor, is very busy with contracts. Solomon, Miller was in Marshall, Mo., last week to, visit his brother, who is sick. Call on Smith for pure drugs and toilet articles. Ice cream soda and soda, all flavors. Miss Fannie Nelson of 558 Oak St. enterta...

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. — 17 April 1903

Thi &nrest ill Th-'l-.-i, U II' M '.'tn l ,!. il iTmI .)'! k Ti- .1 .'f Hi- ttl.l'l II. I lowly rn rt TI" i' it H i' !(. slip rom. " me, Ai-I --li- i" nil my nn In K. -p! I tin.) In i- kI.ivi mi. I Hp h-r wrtuv V- .iy K.i-.l plitlilK l loft nnil rlRlit; V I in H i to i iivi 1 i-liap' A'i. i i iv , linl I. II Is n.nt nmht! Of lov-l' J. lot woortl plill-, s'lia I rmil'l :i limn :isk morn. In life, Ifl .'li T ) I -a I" "I. I'"t Klft of fill I 'I i, : iv i t'.-nrt . M-t.l. li, e Hi l.lt Nn i. tic hn tiii'l liitpli' lii'il I" oil servi the liuur1 -if Mr. Itrmnley llrnwn suul-i i i . ir admit hi iMinliti on a rt'iliim m.l'l April timrtiiiii: would liav iina'iri'il I im to he suf fritie from nn iimii' sriiM nf regret f'ir Ills W U-tl'l iliMi! I Unities. A Kirl s licire huti'd nut and o youiiK vnii i- i ailed in li! tn "U'liy do yuii InuU i mili'inn, papa, dear? Wliut a pi-rfnt ilay It is! Warm am! mii ny enotiuh fur .linn1!" "I was t It i n U i ti --i. he saiii. impres sively, "nf how ...

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. — 17 April 1903

BACKACHE. Backache is a forerunner and one of the most common symp toms of kidney trouble and womb displacement. READ MISS TOLLMAN'S EXPERIENCE. " Some time ago I was in a very weak condition, my work made 'me nervous and my back ached frightfully all the time, and 1 had terrible head aches. " My mother pot a bottle of I.ydtn E. 1'inkliam's Vegetable Com pound for me, and It seemed to strengthen my back and help me at once, and I did not tret so tired as before. I continued to take it, and it and I want to thank you for the rood it has done me." Miss Kati Bollmait, 142nd St. & Wales Ave., New York City. $5000 forfeit If original of about tlttor proving gtnuinomitt cannot c rstfucMl Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound cures because it is the greatest known remedy for kidney and womb troubles. Every woman who is puzzled bout her condition should write to Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn, Mas and tell her all. mm Your wife told you to bring home a dollar bottle or Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin...

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. — 17 April 1903

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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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