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

Chic 8hiny Sequin. Spangles and glittering sequins transform & gown. Nothing but se quins of exceptional size and beauty, -and nothing poor in the way of dress will be tolerated nowadays. This is also the case with paillettes. If you -are going to appear In spangles at all you must be beautifully and plenti fully bespangled in fact, your dress must be a shimmering, glittering mans, preferably of Jot, enhanced by the lightness of chiffon or tulle or the beauty of black chiffon velours. Black with a touch of color Is seldom, If ever, to be tolerated, lllark or the blackest, however, with all Its deli cious lights and shade. Is beautiful. Even dull blacks have a chic all their -own. Liberty Silk Waist. Blouse of Ivory liberty suiocked at the top forming points and with shal low yoke composed of bands of the material fagoted together. The fronts -are also finished with the fagoted bands. The collar and sleeve ruffles -ire of the Irish guipure, and the cra vat Is of the liberty. Attr...

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. — 9 December 1904

I THE BISlNCt SON. UTIB WOODS Buamaas Msiagw. Tybllshed Etrry Week RISING SON PUBLISHINGCO rBUBSCKHTlON KATES: MM . .It ?a. Ta Ji moatha rime month. On. onto IS ScalcUy pntd tn advance BnUrtd at tht l'. Of iet at Kan$a OUj, at Steti VUis Matter. burrMpoudeoU wanted In e?sry city Hi town id till state. Write ua. All uew matter Intended for pub lication ahouUI reach our ofUce nut la r than Tiuaday, of each week and nun be alffued by tbe writer nut (or publication, but a guarantee of authenticity. FIOKl-No. 117 Wat SliO. Kansas City, Me. St., Advertising Rntaa. rot ena trh, on Intartlon t H ar oof Inch, rich tabaxjuaot lnaertlon for tax larhn, lorre tumuli 1 00 For two tachu, ll muatli 00 For two Ini'han, nlntt month. 1000 lo ineoM twelve month. , 1100 The Son Is still hollow-Inn for Kerens for c iinior. V n ciTl to nmuMiiu'o the nad end iiiK of Cn'oriic .1. lint r. would rejoin1 to tiardmrr Lathiop have want. see the 1 Ion. nnytliint; he rostnuister .liiM'pll II. IIhitU is to ueceed h...

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. — 9 December 1904

THE RISmG SON. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. O. H. JONES, 612 Jersey avenue. Remember please H i the little blta we collect bere and there Tbut enables us to run from year to year." LOCALS. LOCALS. Mrs. Sara Chandler left last week for St. Paul, where tthe Is to spend sev eral weeks visiting her brother-in-law Will Chandler. ROOMS FOR RENT LIGHT HOUSE KEEPING At 1816 Wedland avenue. Heat and gas furnished. Rooms $3.00 and $3.50. A desirable place for anyone wishing a room at a home-like place. Bath free. Call on the big department store of Emery, Bird, Thayer & Co., for toys for the children. The Jines Dry Goods Company has on hand everything to please the little folks and the big folks, too. John Taylor Dry Goods Co. Is show ing some fine things for Christmas. WANTED. Colored lady to use leisure time soliciting. Experience un necessary. Very profitable. Call 205 Wales Bldg, corner of Sixth and Dela ware. Mr. H. Patton Is the proprietor of a restaurant for ladles and gentl...

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 December 1904

PRESIDENT'S READ Document Deals Voluminously with Questions of State Tariff Left for Future Communication Position of the Government Toward Organized Labor Dealing with Illegal Combinations. President tloosovelt's message to Congress, rend at the opening of the short session of that lioily. deals vol uminously with questions of state. The subject of tnrilT revision 1.4 left fir a firther c-otntmitiiration. Sul rtanti.tMy the message Is as follows: T. tti-' Senate atul House of Kcproseti- t.itsws: VI"' I' i':. 1 coiti'lties ti ciiiov roe- w-.i.v :.. !itv S.i h .r....riiv H of !',.!' 1:11 1: :iy due to t.v high Individ ii ii ii' i if of out nt:. t.(ui. taken to .'!! w:'li our g -e.it :.itu:.il r - -i i oe : to.: in ( ..!..( fi t..r til. :. mm is the t.f irsurl !! I- gov .1 n aw cm ol of the i. x :im, . k. it '.IC'l of TI l : ft i: , . s s i c s ; l ; 1 1 to : .l'ti Ajainst Ca..t en Etravgance. ! of Mi fun, : u ' i . in t t I-1 T ' a a rati II-.' A !!!! I w in l. i f: it;l s 1 1 1 w l ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 9 December 1904

Calumet Baking Powder Health Economy A man -who will submit to being Imposed upon by his kin can be Worked by a book agent. TO CfKK A COlll IN OXB IAT Tftko LavMtlvu llrnmu V'liilna Taiiieia. All Urns- Iihiii return! the money If It f itl In to cure. K. W. rvvi's .Ign.iure I. uu aavb 'JAc. If you are Invited to a party, at tend, or give a mighty good excuse, unless you can stand being roasted. ' 1 had InflamatorT Khtnmntim, bnl f am Wallnuw.tlianli.tn llr. Iatfl kmir.li a taTorlia Kno tff. ll'a mj tMMI friend." Uamtu iMMatg , Tru, M. Could One Draw, Too. An American sight-seeing In the FIJI Islands came nfon a young savage en gaged In tattooing the picture of a flnh on his father's bark. His eyes filled with tears. "What moves you so?" In quired his companion. "It remlnls me of the time when my old man would let me draw on him also," was bis reply. Short Cut to Poorhouse. The proprietor of a suburban news iaper brought up on a Judgment sum mons at a London cNirt, declared that "runn...

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. — 9 December 1904

AZTECS AS MEDICAL MEN. Ancient Race Believed to Have Been Advanced in Healing Art. Aecorilins t ft reoftif modlcal wn'rr th ancient Atoo rare tf Mexi co wns far ailviimvd In Lie prartlpo if nioilirino. The intlve Mexicans pracliii'il massnnc. spl.iit wire used in Ihp drt'syiiiK cf fractured bono. In flatut'il k'iiik wore lainv.t with obsi dian knivis. arltlntf tith were ex traded. s.i!t was imvl a an antlsi'n tie cioun.l (iliMlilian ns n duMlns joit r Stiffness of tin- nmcles nml Juiiils ere ttvativl liy the oweut hath, wound were siitureil with human tiair. t!ie Hi'lusl i au'.ety wax applied tt the e'ice of the wninul. kikI venom w;i t'.iaun out of Hi!.-otiei wounds hjr iektliK. while Meed 'ti was praeticoil In oh.-tina'e headache The hfiene of the teeth was well looked nfu r. ery hot fod lein a iih ! as wa (lie ue ( eolil water hot t'oi Wooilell tooth wa'er. an I ' . t r ! retl for ient:fnee. I:i ra'-tic' "I nieiiiritie an: . v. : M":i-:ii: -i compare r ;!h !!;.(t ill MUM' .ir f.,...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 16 December 1904

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, DECKMHKH Hi, 1904. M1MHEK IMi. BOOKER T. WASHINGTON. TO INCREASE ITS ENDOWMENT. Booker T. Washington Sends Out an Appeal for Tuskegee Inttisute. The Sentinel has received an appeal. Kilned by Hooker T. Washington, cm 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 those 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 gent 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 urge...

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

PPDSj8ip A Pmver. I.-1 ln- i .iR'i;i:lil lllf. tiv 1 ... 1 1 I ri .tii'i mO I I (111 lilnmil im .il Ii ,.1 f.. ..in f. in-' il.: 1.1. U I'd Mil', W.I . i lilt- Mil il The Power o( Vision. n Hi- people WIX TV.. i . ins t .. iii til.' print; 1 .'iiti nt .!. Unite, lived rout ino i 11!. i W". I llltiT Week i : li sap- .in.! rolis 1 i f ' is I iiii'l iinl.l. st in i Ihis,. w im i. ail sin li a :i a;', r ; ;i ' i il t w 1: I al ul l. Il l'i IMiti'v r lit.- ii a . s" im- ni'irc. sotii" less, tin if vision i.lisi ur.'il ii n t tin if lioriiili roll ir.i 'n!. lYi-imp ii i- il iif in want of i'!n'. perhaps !.i wnnt of stimulus Wnat. i r Ml.- i ;rsr. Die la. t teaiilitis. I' is m n. -rally ielinitti il iliai inn- of tin .!;iiii..-r of our us.' is thnt in our 1.1 rur Use i l lllilrllilli TV We ourselves lUr ; ! il I 1 1 In lieintne loo lllilrllilli llko. There is. pi i)i a M. no better exam ple of ilic piiwi r of vision, lluiii I hut of ('oli'inlms History I. lis us how pa tiiitiy ami persiste...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 16 December 1904

I ni t -c i im ri 1 Cape Very Generally Worn. The voluminous sleeves In the gowns hove led us gently but surely to the cape as the most desirable form of evening wrap. Most of the wraps are still In a state of evolution, though, and have still more or less the semblance of a sleeve. This may be of the "sling; sleeve" variety, resem bling nothing so much as the bandage tor an Injured arm; or they may be what appears as a deep cape In the back, shaped Into sleeve In the front. A charming evening wrap this on the purely cape order was In a faint, smoke-gray, the garment perfectly plain, but the right side front very long and so shaped and draped as to permit of the end being thrown grace fully over the left shoulder in quite a swashbuckling fashion, and there it was held in place by four hand wrought silver buttons. Still another form of coat, and this one of the best Paris models of the year, Is built very much on the Hues of a vestment and apparently slips on over the head like the c...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 16 December 1904

I THK KTSIXG SON. LEVIS WOODS BuainrM Manapy. Publlli'd Kcry Wrrk RISING SON PUBLISHINGCO KTIISCKimoN KATKS: Tear. , .. oioath . . . j-'iree inintnt On month . MM 71 U iteirll' pnlil tn adrame tmlertd at tht '( Oftet at Kant OH J, as Stccnui Vlnf.i tialUr. OiirrpoiideoU wanted Id every city and town id ttili ntHif. Write ua. All news matter Intended for pub lication nhould reach our office nut la tor than Tuesday, of each week and inuit be slfiued by the writer nut for publication, but a guarantee of auth- tntii-Uv. iPFICIl-No. 117 Weet 8ltl. Kansas City, Mo. AUverti.liitf Rnlt, Poroa.lanh. on In.artlon. . f H or on loch, earh .uhaequeot Insertion .&V f ir two larhe., three miuiih I UO f ir Iwn Incite, ! i month ft nu fof two lru'l, til tin month 10 au ovtwalnrbM tnelv. monthi liao St., CLDEST 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 ne...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 16 December 1904

THE RISING SON. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexlneton, Mo O. H. JONES, 612 Jersey avenue. Remember please It' the little bit we collect here nnl there Tbat enable us to run from yeitf U year." LOCALS. LOCALS. Mrs. Sara Chandler left last week for St. Paul, where she Is to upend sev eral weeks visiting her brother-in-law Will Chandler. ROOMS FOR RENT LIGHT HOUSE KEEPING At 1816 Wedland avenue. Heat and gas furnished. Rooms $3.00 and $3.90. A desirable place for anyone wishing a room at a home-like place. Hath free. Call orr the big department store of Kmory, Bird, Thayer & Co., for toys for the children. The J,nes Dry Goods Company has on hand everything to please the little folks and the big folks, too. John Taylor Dry Goods Co. Is show ing some fine things for Christmas. WANTED. Colored lady to use leisure time soliciting. Experience un necessary. Very profitable. Call 2n,'i Wales Bldg, corner of Sixth and Dela ware. Mr. H. Patton Is tlie proprietor of a restaurant for ladies and gent...

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 December 1904

Life I ou-.li; . love; Air w tt 1 V IVIw k Ili.it iiv i. t Ai.is i i r hv .l.illi lli- violet filing I'um' ti I'.v lunula eye? Why lii the r.i.tt.mt k. bring Swi'it 1 1. on n lit that Mm- kly fl ? Why .hi mir finul h-aiis cling To tlul.K- that ill''.' toil Iht'innh i':iln ta tul wrung; Vi' ;iht ,i'iil 1 1 . We low-, hi- ii.,-. ami tht ii, eie long. StiHn- ih'.l'l i' Hi-. O lift-' i 'III tll .-""II ' Kinluic ui.il illi-"" - Hi van Waller 1'iootrr. r HVpMiuht. r.'OI. hy linlly Story I'uli. Cn 1 I reckon I've cured you of your since Faxon, on lii- way afoot from con: rant. r good and nil.'' cried Farmer Haiti's swinging in nt tl'.e l.itohell ii behind th as he to t.lble. 11 those of e:upi ;i.g Few rai p r s'anding an old shot gnu stove and scow ling fiercely his in eu-'omeil seal at I'aing eyes chailenged slender girl engaged m l.e steaming contents of s into u line of wailing i il -!.. "Why. fat! The g;ir.-. l.a a Vi h a: 1 r. w hat haw yon done?" s if she felt I W "I i tip a: ' v prt...

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 December 1904

COMPLETELY RESTORED. Mrs. P. Brunzel, wife of P. Brunzel, tock dealer, residence 3111 Grand venue, Everett, Wash., says: "For fif teen years I suf fered with terrible pain In my back. 1 did not know what it was to enjoy a night's rest and arose in the morn ing feel ng tired and unrefreshed. My suf fering sometimes was simply Inde scribable. When I finished the first box of Doan's Kid ney Pills I felt like a different womun. I continued until I bad taken five boxes. Doan's Kidney Pills act very effectively, very prompt ly, relieve the aching pains and all Other annoying difficulties." Foster -Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. For sale by all druggists. Price 60 cents per box Watermelon Syrup, in York county, Virginia, they are making watermelon syrup, which is nld to be rich and soft In taste, and as good as it sounds. The south sends the earliest watermelons away. She can by no means eat nil the later and best. Inevitably, there Is great waste of watermelons. Watermelon syrup, watermelon ...

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. — 16 December 1904

New York. l For Your KANSAS CITY'S OLDEST AND LARGEST JEWELRY STORE Cedars Mnndln' In do rnlil, Trim dit Christmas tri-e. M:ipli' ili'iipn Mimh o' gnlil. Trim ilnt ('lit iHtmn true. Him H-Khlnln' In d night, , Mnke do nnuwlliike Kllsti-n bright, llwlne to huh It liiiikln' right, Trim ilnt C'hrlHtmiis tree. Ituhhlt'N liiick Minn rmin' nliout, Trim lul t'liiiMimnn tree. 'Hlmnmn f.illln' - hyiili me Minut, Trim ilnt Chrlstmn tree. I- my eye n-K'tilM' dim? W'liiit diit IihiikIh' finn ile llmM4 'fie-fiim: An' I n iirmiil o' him! Trim dai Chi -lutum tree! WiiMhliigton Star. Christmas "Clothes That Cent lem ?n Wear : Jewelry ESTABLISHED IB5B MO. Holiday Jingle GO TO Sfrelcher9s Watch & Jewelry Co Christmas guc J In iolp Hand. Uethlehem, the central spot of In terest in Holy Land at Christmastlde, Is a Christian town set In the heart of Mahomedanlsm where once a year the Greek church grants the use of the Grotto of the Nativity to the Latin church.. The ceremonies begin on Dec. 24 by th...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 23 December 1904

4 It Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son "VOLUME IX. A CHRISTMAS : By EVGCNE O. MAYFIELD. (Res M.): For many cycles after old Kris Krlngle began to carry gifts, at yule tide, to little boys and girls, bo pon dered and pondered, on Christmas morn, as to why the little girls sighed; then, laughed and said: "Per haps it will be different next year." And when be told Dame Krlngle that the little girls sighed, she smiled, In that dear motherly way of hers, and told old Kris the reason that he had failed to gladden their wee mother-hearts, "But, dame, bow can I do It? Tell me, please." "So like a man," said Dame Krlngle, Came a stork 'carrying a tiny bundle. "for a man never seems to know, and I will tell you the secret. The little girls sigh for a dolly not the kind I used to play with, away up here at the north pole; but the kind the girlies resembled when the stork took them to the land of sunshine. And that re calls," continued the dame, "that only yesterday I saw an old stork out In ...

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. — 23 December 1904

Oi.r Burden Be.trer. . .1 i' r i I im.-l I t.n ih. 'Mil Vt.ll flYstl. I .111) Tlis l;t. i ft. I I.. Mll.il I ll ill mmi i .in lilng 1 1 i 'i .i.. t .liaini. I tf.lt- tl" I li N.i n;. M.I gll.f Tin I. iw iir.-. .! .la I Tin Building a Christian. I r mi ill i ; ii.nl w In n I (list saw i'. i. ii iM'l.tilinl marly fury J t nrs ut:". it fan a stumpy ati.l uniniprcs M a i a ia t!( i". fur it was tnwerless T1-' !'. t linn. I a th.. tdiflce It was ! : -f i t i r-1 .1 i.y se.i IT. .1.1 i i;gs on which i:I.iiiiii f busv. Itm when in tli. -uti.tri r f IV" I I ln !:i !. tin- com I '. tiiw. is in t t: . i r flushing spbn i:i r I tilt that it wii a mighty an I ii ,i ti i :i t'.t 1 1. 1 tn urittti iti marl. I". T!.at nltistr.-it. s tli.. n in which t;-.i Mi.ii r tui.lns a true Christian. 'II" P..1.I"' i'im lares that thi' t 'll II s f;:ii I- "t'hri.-t's vu i Utu.m-hip cr-ale.l a'H Kt. 'n gim.l i,is '' A r: "In- who ': . ' ! lit a t 1 1 1 . . : 1 1 1 uf chinch Tie-tli l. r in a t ra"T meeting ur n...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 23 December 1904

Founded American Town J The Bye-Bye Chair Memories (Special Correspondence.) First. dear. 1 loved you like tho dawn, A cool new love, discreet and putt A love that trembled like a fawn. Full of shy fear li-M love aliould full. Then cnm the noon-love; 1lk a flower That itlnws In the embracing air. It flung ltd beauty to the luiur And passing, Iff I a flagrante there. AnJ now 'ft unot. and the mere I all abloom Hko blossom Ilk tree; And now my evening luif is here. Half akrplng with ciM memories. -Harper's Weekly. fcfi i'opyrl5ht. 1!04. by Pally Story T'nli. Cn.1 Tlie forecastle lamp burned with a spasmodic splutter as It swung from the beam to the motion of the bark and cast its dim light on the wrinkled face of Tom Blodgett as he fought for the few sands of life that remained in the hour glass of his allotted time. Over the side of the narrow dirty bunk bis horny hand hung nerveless, and his waxen face betokened the last stage of Illness. Joe Br;nt, coming down from his w atch on de...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 23 December 1904

THE RISING SON. Lewis woods bubum Mig. Published Kery Week RISINO SON HUBUSHINCCO WMUHSCHHTION HATES: Oae Trar M 1.1 mnatha . fhiw njKiiina On munth M fulfil pitKI In adtftnoe (It4 a( I 'if of ci' al JTanw City, a Stn.d Cltif Matter. 932 Main St. jo Mo white: co Ninth and Wyandotte Our recoil dent wanted In every city and. town id this titati'. Write uk. All news m.'iitrr Intended for pub lication should reach our office nut ! ter than Tu mlay, cf each week and Bunt be Nlinied by tho writer not (or publication, but a-H guarantee of auth entlcUv, . OFFICII-No. 117 West 8laO. St., Kintti City, Mo. Ail vertialnw Rn. Ptr a lent), one In.erilnD I H ir out inch, inch .ulxrtjiieot Insertion M Tot too larh, thrt-r mnuin I UO for two lchf. ill monlii 100 for two Inch... nine month. 10 00 Tee two larbiM twelve uuntht 1109 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 Cit...

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

THE RISING SON. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. Q. H. JONES, 612 Jersey avenue. Remember please It' tne little bits we collect here and there That enable! ui to run from year to year." LOCALS. LOCALS. We regret to note that the Hon Nelson C. Crews la reported seriously ill. We hope him a speedy recovery. The Fan-Tan club, composed of ladles only, met at the home of Mrs. W. G. Mosely, 2118 Highland, last Wednesday afternoon. Light refresh ment was served and every one had an enjoyable time. Next Wednesday the meeting will be held at Mrs. Irene Dayton's, 2110 Highland. Mrs. Mosely is president, Miss Irene McAfee secre tary and Mrs. Emma Johnson treas urer. The friends or R. W. Sherrell were much shocked to learn of his sudden death last Friday night. Mr. Sherrell was one of Kansas City's most re spected citizens. The People's drug store, owned by a combination of doctors ,ls now open for business. Northeast corner of Eighteenth and Paseo. There was an excellent program given by th...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 23 December 1904

In tV :i".ivj- df crcoory .t.ve liars, 'Hi'.: l'.,;s i-.Im'.v iiecnpi' d I lie s.iap l'i t!.r"! . He was a srt of living r f ; v, (.f the cli.tni that truth is ty an! will prevail. In f.c'.. lit' r.'i.a'u li.ui-s was a most man Wmis m-i c.ilisr.. i.t.'-m prcv arti atr. None h-vvv t-, li in capable of teilitii t l.o truth. In :i 11,1 I'tu- fpf( ted hm to a u ;: h t but fal.-i hood -i x pt on cii" i i ra-u'ii. ninl even thou repent iiti' i full.'w ! Li'.i.i'Kly. So g.-a-vtu!:y. trn.ii ii'U-Oy and pious !y i i h-'Z" hav.s lie, thai away bad; la ! r..-!.-:u,s state id Tune, lie ha. I I'. t;:,!. .1 i ' I . -. 11 c lhai-oti l'avis." The li. a u:i" po.t.im f t appclla- tinii i - t In-, an-i' df liis strict Htti r.ilaTi. '.jjion churi h services; ami t'io w.in.:Tf'-; religious '' associated w itlt 1..- i .;..-tii a! wihiI Gathering. f a i.:.:ht. In n M. u pln'iis and Nu j i h ' i iT" ':ay;;iu In in trir!s anil f.il:i,.i.i:.L h: inrii; .r.::i - - ! raiice :.-'... v.i.M' llr!.. r-1 1 1 1 it' ...

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