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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 17 February 1905

DANGERS avoidId 4- tateoM Cold creeds Catarrh. V IN THE R tVaatftsM 'I February is a month of bcvere storms and intense cold. Kven in the Mouth where the prevail ing temperature is much alaive wintry latitudes, February brings sudden changes of temperature. Mercury sometimes drops 50 degrees in a single night. Therefore, the following health hints re applicable to the whole of North America: Vantllathta. The sleeping rooms should lie well ventilated, but so as to avoid direct currents of air. Bathing. Those in vigorous health should take a cold water towel bath every morning before breakfast. Those in feeble health should take a brisk Ury-towcl-rub every morning. Diet. The diet should be a generous one. including meat, and occasionally fresh vegetables. Sonnhln. The nights being long and the day short, as much sunshine as possible should be let into the house during the day. Clothing. The head should lie kept cool at all times. The feet should bo kept warm and dry, day and night. Ha...

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 February 1905

Doe't Lay It Up. : ' ; .1 KM" l i-r-l -e :i ri1-t ,ly. h )w t;-e Pre r: .in r-'.vl H's Conk. "V . .:. - v .: ; I i i. ,.- .,.., , v. m nil' I i u ili i 1 1 1 r '! i '"i : i ,ii i;p fpiti: New I M I. at: " i .iil .1. T. ni -son i.f ri ' II w;n it: :l 1'nll. mi': -! I:. id a pt'et- tv a . t i,; !!.' .-ni.! (. nri-iH. ;i:i:i':.-' 'i,.::i .1 a 1 1 ' : . r Ji Kirtc; 1- r- f i a v . a: '. -t I tn!i ! Io was e; '. i !.; - ,t I i'.,':i ,.! a ,!o.;cn l.;-r !.:.:. t ..v. Is. Shortly after IT M : ! : , . 1 11 f. ;,,j; it'll.! pf I. . i ' ' ' ' n;i': v T: . ! Iiti 'a' .'--.! ;,- I til. :.. -1 ii pai'.e In- : I .. ' .y .u.d ; l.i ,v i! out ': v : ..V . 1... I I, v.. t all In K.--V.. ! 1" 'ni.' a.- cot t Atlanta he ! id t-'ci aii. I .-.-at', r. .1 the I-'r- I. ' : i i-1 :: ! :i- for l. uiiiinis of n. . !,i:tt,i i 'nil.-' ii in son. To Stop Sneezing, aii' Inns w Inn to snor0 Is f- !, . n:!.aiia--i .!." sai l n society U5.n: ' a' a !:m r table, a social fur.c-l-! n of .-tn i . or in tl:o theater, f...

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. — 24 February 1905

it Pays to Advertise in the Rising Son for It Reaches More VOLUME IX. AN ADDRESS ON "THE QUEST OF ERROR IN THE ADMINISTRA TION OF JUSTICE" AT THE BAR BANQUET. Judge Charles F. Amidun, who pre Rides over the Federal court Jn this district In the place of Judge Philips, was the guest of honor and the prin cipal speaker at the seventeenth an nual banquet of the Kansas City Hur Association, held at the Midland Ho tel. Judge Atniilon talked on "The Quest of Error In the Administration of Justice," and his address was so well received that It was ordered pub lished in the official Journal of ihe association. "What Is Ihe result of the system in this country? It makes the trial a fight not for justice, but to get error into the record. (Applause.) In Eng lish courts the whole effort is to work out. Justice, not in the abstract, but between plaintiff and defendant. This quest for error makes the trial of cases a mere quibble. Our trials take ro much longer than English trials be cause of th...

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. — 24 February 1905

i I it "vir r j -e ii sa t . - -X II f r iVuri..iiDmi nv ra if- u Care of Table Linen. Many e Moom to omit March whon loiiiK up table IIihmi. In that case the Sluths are merely danipi ncil ami then rolled lieitu- dry with a very hot flnt ruti. Kiiiully ileylralilt' Is It to ularrh uMo linen with a very thin Mare-li. 1-rinK I itin It like all other rlositiR, Sn the irc vitui! uii:l.ts. Always l-.iivi :he iron hot. When iremit.K a tnhle :iith fold it the lotiK way thiouuh the retter. mi that the i-ilp t-xiiotly o.eet after einev noitic over It. Then the iron liuhlly rub ovi r onr eiep f:i r the fohl has been made. Hefore ( ti: 1 1 1 u the cloth away spread it out to air a while. A e I method for its tit nl rare is to wind it on a roller. li a pasteboard ninilltm tube and dttarh a iianow ribbon to each end. fo that a lull yard nanus out. The lube n.lt-t lie Jiim as lotlK as a folded litl-ii c loth Is ti.ii'!.. Hull the cloth on this, hritii: the ends of ribbon tuijrtli r and rm-s, then...

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. — 24 February 1905

LOO RAFTS IN PACIFIC. Timber Floated on the Ocean to Ita Oeatlnation. Contrary to general belief, the Ion st craft In the world float a not In Atlantic, but In Pacific waters. There one may aee structures which over reach the longest Atlantic liner by some fifty feet. At first glance they appear more like whales than the work of man, or perchance like some mammoth kind of torpedo boat, which almost hides Itself to escape the eyes of the enemy. Although some measure nearly four city blocks In length, they Containing 8,000,000 Feet of Lumber. rarely rise above the water more than ton feet, and In a storm they are swept by the wavea from one end to the other. In fact, the Pacific "floater" la no more than a raft of loss. Ore of the largest "floaters" that has yet travt eled the Pacific was 730 feet long. bO feet wide, and contained COO.OOO feet of piling, which on passing through a mill would produce 8,000,000 feet of lumber, board measure. As It Is al most 15,840,000 feet from New Yor...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 24 February 1905

THE RISING SON. LEWIS WOODS BusiufM Manama. Published Kverjr Week RISING SON HUBLISHINCCO L'USCKHTION KATES: M . ' pa Traf . .... mo.th. . . . t'ir month noaln u Strictly paid In dini intend at the '( Ofir at Kan OtiJ, m .Vf,i Hum MatUr. OtirreMpondenU wanted In every city 4 town id this tutt. Wite on. All news matter Intended for pub lication should reui'h our ofllco not la ter than Tu Hday, of each week and Butt be Dinned by the writer not fur publication, but as guarantee of autta onticlty, IFFICIl-No. 117 Weit 8lxtr. St.. Kinm City, Me. AU vertiatiitf Rnttl, ror oa. lta. on tn.arlluo .St for on Inch, c. h ut.qii.nt InaertloD U rot two 1acf., thr- momh I 00 for two lch, il t ninntu I0O Tot two Ini'li... ntn month 1000 rtwolncb twrlv luonih .... 1 00 OLDEST NECiRO 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. Tin' Sun in with her nice on a...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 24 February 1905

THE RISING SON. fill A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. O. H. JONES, 612 Jersey avenue. Remember please It't the little blta we collect here end there That enable ui to run from year tu year." LOCALS. G. A. Clay Is on the sick list. H. Compton Is on the sick list thin week. The wife of Rev. F. J. Peck Is still very sick. Dan Lucas Is able to be out after several days' Illness. If the men of color had the women's pluck, we would be better off. - John Long suffered a severe attack of grip last week on the road. The collector of the Son will be around next week. Please be ready to pay. We will accept Thomas K. Medrlng haus, as it was the will of the ma jority.' Why do so many of our colored friends refuse to pay such a small bill as a- paper bill? To the subscribers of the Rising Son. please be ready, for 1 am com pelled to call on you. H. A. BELL. Mr. Chas. Bell, of 1734 Vine street, has been quite sick the past few days with the grip, but is better at this writing. Mrs. A. Bryant an...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 24 February 1905

He Knoweth All. Tic tni!i:lii f.ilii. On- night Is tirar I fnl-i my wotk n:i Am) kini-l in i inr who In ml to hear Tin' tmy nt Uu' day. Tin- el. I . M Hl.-tv: v.t I knc I T t-il It .1! Ttiv ,;ll; And mi'. Kiun IIkIii.-i iii I foci 'I '!nl JrtiiK kiuma tin m nil. Vi v Tin- mnrnltm :ind the night. I In' .ley. i'. liil.'t. III.' lux. T!..- tin kI.i ih'iI i .a III, III.' Miinl.i'.im blight, Thi- li"ui 1 il'.u n and i t ess. 'I I . .ii knew.-t nil I 1. ii n mv bond. Mv Wl'.UN eVell.N . .i.., v ' r 1 1 u t .iii.l ,,1,1 t" tread Ttiw I t lj . !.ijKi' J. mm kini: An! M.- I"i. Iev.,1 mi'! All my heart V III! ,U1W I It. i! I,.w- Is stilled A.-i1 I'l.'ti ,u'k'utl'.d i .n tn .iii.l smart I-'II. If li.'.illt h ,t, tin- ,id. ti- 1 Vi Mk-IIU me .I.twn t.t I-3 st. -li.id.'W.. f.ill A' .' ..,.i . . n ; : i u mi III" litiist. Win kii.-w-. .,.,, pit I,. all' Fi .in Tin Sh.id.'H u( the Hock." The Seasons and the Soul. 'S'. l tifi. at h.irv.-M. "I'd (I.I am) 1 .1 .'-''I m; tn in - r ;i'i wim.i. and day ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 24 February 1905

HAD CATARRH THIRTY YEARS. Congressman f.leekison Gives Praise to Pe-ru-na For His Recovery. CONGRESSMAN MEEKISON PRAISES PE-RU-NA. lion. David Meekison, Napoleon, Ohio, ex-member of Congress, Fifty-fifth uisu-ict, writes: ( thereby from myca'arrh of tbe head. I teel encouraged to believe that It J I use a aftort time longer I will be fully abla to eradicate tbe dlteaae of thirty yean' Handing." David Meeklton. ANOTHER SENSATIONAL CURE: Mr. Jacob L. Davis, Oalena, Stone county, Mo., writes: "I have been in bad health for thirtr-seven fears, and after taking twelve Domes 01 your reruna i am cureo. jacun Ij. uavis. If you do not derive prompt and satisfactory results from the use of reruna write at once to Dr. Ilartman, giving a full statement of your ease, and he will oe pleased 10 give you nis vaiuaoie aavice gratis. Address Dr. Ilartman. President of the Ilartman Sanitarium. Columbus. 0. YOU'RE NEEDED The section traversed tir the Mlssonrl. Kansas & Texas Rv. In very comprehensi...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 24 February 1905

Don't Lay It Up. Don't 1,1 ii ii-tliiit hitter irrtidK AK.-iint tin titrtil ir neighbor, Or ill iilhiui tit l.ldlfti ro.n With ni llttl.'li i. Hi it'i'l -itlir. Ny Hitln'i iwti! p;iM it by. Or I lit nr-t it out t i t.nli' aiitl die. You itmy l" r ail ;iil l:.- lie wrong, ot if .in i.t vt"l tint y Ai d .-iilru .11- ini!...i, ,if tulle I h- ll-twiT- .if 1. t iin.l lifii tit y. Tl' ilni- tn.i .-mi- when Ii- tiuv (Vol ll grandly n.i w.lh ch-u drill. lnn I I iv it mi. t r l-l :i tl;onht Itl "iri'l l-yi'lic.'' i.is-st ynu. l:-n t.il.- h: 1 1 in tit ii; r-.ioli your ears Tli.it irmM" .iti.t iliKtrr .ti. N n i Iki ti.- wr.irm ttitlt li.ii.l breath A 11- Mill Mill ll-lt tl ill Mill. Irttivtd hull. I ':p .in !ihm-.h llfo lrvri .1 Mil- f. mint. itl. iii. An. I l-l tin- Ii n mi n i i-ll- walls l-t H'liiiii! n tl-.-lr tit Illation Tti-ti niiiv Mm t-iiurt put tit's rudest Him. k - Yaur l-mi !. Ir.iiit 'ip m n r" k - N. w Ymk WYrkty. How the Frenchman Read Hit Book. "A curious way to t" it a honk ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 3 March 1905

I Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME IX. REV. A. A. GILBERT Who has Achieved A Commendable Record in Church Work. There are few, it any, in the A. M. B. Church connection, whose efforts have attained a higher reward than those of Rev. A. A. Gilbert, now of lexington Mo. Rev. Gilbert, at vari ous periods, was pastor of the Eh euezer Church of Kansas City ten years. When he first took charge of COUPLES BROUGHT TO ALTAR Enticing Premiums Caused demlc" of Marriaaes. "Epl In certain quarters of the world en ticing premiums are put upon early marriages. Some years ago the mayor of a southern town in France offered a reward of $20 to every couple under the age of 24 who sought the matri monial altar during his term of office. The mayor expended many thousands of francs in the manner described. Many years ago, when the number of marriages In a certain Alsatian town was far below the average, the muni cipal authorities publicly announced that all persons who married within a certain ...

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. — 3 March 1905

My Comforter. Th. c t:i v , 1 y nrcd. II !" K I'l ;lill . l ! riK .111.1 It lult T lOVO, i" it ay nn; k1 I .f II... IS MMKlltlrr far .ni'l (...in iii.rl ja.ii.w ato. .V.:, I I), 1 I. . I Tl AiM II. II...,: if. .1 In t. w..ik of life. Ilt,...,l l,4 It, I,, .1,1. 1 ' f .tit" .1 ! n r .iiiu, ,,r Itn f. .11 I "-Ink , ,, , ;, ,,,.) l''.il ! I li.i- . i : tlil 'k of Th " l it-., ii n, ,p ilns up 'P v "Mtmti. Mv t. -t'. I., ii. Is nil. '"in.l in", il, .w I'l. ,iii. iiihk nr. ' tnv f.i'T,.. ire w til "i. - tnv 'lltu,f. i.l. i. , Mm, ;ill to ji.mmI. I ! , In TM ili ;ir lntr, i I'l. v ;. I -i. ml. I 'i, H.r ts I i i li, III. ' I'.r n i ,, 'I I: v l.i, n. I ! -t ttl" . V' 'UHM .!. -I In III. 'l: : t: liu ll. !, lilllNr-. S.imu. I I..Mi;f' "- Ti.v ) i !, ,,. rrvl.,.s,, II. M I'l v I,., Ami . Tl u I. A 11,1 :ur Golden Rule the Standard. 1 tl.i' i ' I n, il li Mi. . f. w l.i is,.. i r il.t I., nn!,. i .,ii. . II,. in. (.1 IliN ! I.. I.. M iiili. w 11 Hi. vl Th.' .Itx nf .1. mis Cliri.-t must 1" l...

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. — 3 March 1905

II omw Simple Evening Frocks. One of the prettiest Idea that the tea8on shows In simple evening gowns Is the use of silk bands edging ruf fles of mousseline de sole, or the same idea on other thin material. A girlish frock Is of white mousseline de sole, mounted over pink silk. The skirt Is trimmed with flounces of wide Valen ciennes, with the points falling Into a straight band of blue velvet. The same Idea with narrower lace and bands makes a flchu arrangement, and there Is a blue sash. An equally simple frock Is of white crepe, with Irregular lines of silver running through the stuff. The cor sage is cut In surplice fashion and crosses with a line of blue velvet bows. The bottom of the skirt is trimmed with a flounce made of a broad liberty rihlion, edged and headed with a ruchlng of narrow vel vet. This use of liberty ribbon as trim ming that Is shirred and used as ruf fles or shirred on both edges and used as entredeux is an Idea just launched. A beautiful evening coat Is made ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 3 March 1905

TOE BISTXO SON. UTIfl WOODS Bucpwa Maaagw. Published Eery Week BISINO SON PUBLISHfNGCO srSUiiSCItUTION HATKS: Oa Tr IN ll moMLUa II Tr month. a On moatn It Swiftly pntd In .driinea BmUrtd at the runt Cffirt at Kant a VitJ, at Stcfi Clam Matter, Correspondents wanted In every city aa4 town id this state. Write us. All new matter Intended for pub lication should reach our oftlre nut la tor tbao Tut srtay, i( each week and Butt be signed by the writer nut (or publication, but a guarantee of auth sntlrttv. IFFICSl-No. 117 Wett Slxtl. St., Kinm City, Mo. Ad verttaliitf Hnttl, fttr oa. !h, on InmirttiiD I M ar our Inch. rh .al1.iK4u.nt In.rrtlon SU tot two larh.-., Ihrv nmnin ft UO r.irlwu larh.'., month (00 for to Inch.., Dln month 10 JO orlwa larbM tw.lva month Is 00 OLDEST NECiRO 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. Let iis all lie a un...

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. — 3 March 1905

i THE RISING SON. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo, Remember please It's the little bit we collect here and there Tliat enable ut to run from year to year." HABITS OF HORSE -AND DONKEY. Easily Traced Back to Their Moat Re mote Ancestora. The ancestor of the horse were ac customed to roam over the plains, where every tuft of grans or bush might conceal an enemy waiting to aprlng upon them. Under these cir cumstances they miiHt often have saved their lives by starting quickly ' hack or Jumping to one side when they came without warning upon aome strange object. This la a habit which has not left the animal, even after long years of domestication. On the other hand, the donkey Is de scended from animals which lived among the hills, where there were precipices and dangerous declivities, and from these conditions resulted his slowness and sure footed ness. His ancestors were not so liable to sudden attacks from wild beasts and snakes. Besides, sudden and wild starts would nave been pos...

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. — 3 March 1905

C"k The Morninj: Light. tv tiv nut rough and da night wus I.Ml(t. Vn 'If Mirk rorm howl rrnun , ltul m.iwnin romu lil a sweet, sweet fen 'iu lis'hl shine down-sMn down! Kn 'twill! fnre y.-iu well ! liini'MiiTiii' miitit, ! wt,il' dun roll 'IV r do muwnln' light! P thorn xprinB up In de f1l' er wheat Kn kivci iU hurxcV uroim', Hut w niitu- Unlit on. rr ill- gjurdrns fcn klvir (l h.trvi-i' roun'. liht shine down ahlna down' lien 'twui! f.irvoti well- I If ..f "olttf i.litht. Wit! !' ti'lfl I'tH Or do maw nln' light! Atlai ta I'onstitutl in. (i',.iyiiKht. no:., hy Pally Story full. Co.) The old woman laid down the paper carefully tiioti the table ami pushed hark the cheap spectacles upon her forehead. She looked daed unti shot a glance of pitiful appeal at Mrs. Hen 1 derson. v ho had run in from the room ai ros the hull, to show her the sad news. Hrbl Mrs. Henderson had read It to her and she had reached for the paper In a dazed uort of way, ns though unulilo to comprehend tho due. pur...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 3 March 1905

THE OLD FOLKS AT HOME Are Never Without Pe-ru-na in the Home Foi Catarrhal Diseases. Mitona MRS. , - J" If H 1 I iA H,f,l URandMRJ. J n dependence. no. Remarkable Cures Effected ujr fC"ru-na. Under date of January 10. 1R07, r. Uartinan received the following letter: "My wife has been a sufferer from a complication of dim-anes for the pant twenty-tive yearn. Her case has baflled the skill of some of the most noted phy sicians. One of her worst troubles was chronic constipation of several years' landing. Whe va also rHiiwInj? through that moht critical period in tlie life of a woman change of life. "In June, 18'.t5, I wrote to you about her cane. You advised a course of l'eruna and Manalin, whloh we at once commenced, and have to say it com pletely cured her. "About the same time I wrote you about my own case of catarrh, which had been of twenty-five years' standing. At times I was almost past going. I commenced to use Peruna according to your Inatructlona mnd continued Ita mi tor abo...

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. — 3 March 1905

(tDDP ooocoqoqooooooo Drean and Despair. !;": in :..! .-r. ' 'I" ! '! I !'t.T' :.iu!. .-vir ! I ' wMii' s'-.Mi.,!or, Jl i . i : . :, .,. i..,.r. M . I i IMV ! I I: t. v .. : i j'-t M .. ..i . m 4i 1 1 1 ni -1 ", J" i 'r. P !..r:!v -.'.-tn- I.. f..4. Irr r : . i i i ll I 'i 1 , . :v. i !. i- - . ; i -r, A' i I i-V. I'm: i. I - . t ' : " 1 i ''', M ' i 'I li. 1 ' 1 1 lit ' s f ii v : . .. i,.. i i,. ., ' -I i.n 1 I ! . ,t 1 " ; -!' - - . i'.' l i. l.T, I'-K ! ' ' 1 1 I: . i- i . . !. ; . -:;.., M. ii :v .. j; i t ' .- '! il, !.. J :.'l. .1. Arr bidcx'.enty. b!i'" I" : ' u'i I !'.iv uiih - i . !; - r liiiinl ui'li , .j i.il l.niiity. Imritii; s--n-i: ni.in.it ir. r win-li i-ml; i!ar,' w u n his rljrli! in III tis- loss nnitii; to th Int,' i,f ,i ,n. ' wrot" niil illti tratnl (i, . 1 .1 : 1 y r'piiris i-iitin-'y with his l'-ft li:tu .1 . Mivs tin- ' Mouse lloau t!ful." St WhV.t IVirrntf. iirsaiiisit of St. (!''ciri;" cliiiiii'l. YiinNnr. can ac Cimiii.ui a in!! rlmral service with his l...

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 March 1905

it Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME IX. LEXINGTON NEWS. Mr. A. Williams spent Sunday In Kansas City. Miss Maud Harvey left for her home in Lawrence, Kas. Messrs. Jordan, Hook and Wilson spent Saturday and Sunday in Inde pendence. Rev. Chas. Smaltwood preached at the Baptist Church Sunday. Dr. Brown of Hlgglnsvllle was here Monday. Mr. Andrew Jackson of Mayvlew was here Monday to see his brother Mr. James Thlrkles who Is quite 111. Mr. Jerry Lee Is quite III. Mrs. Hannah White is better, also Bud Wilson. Mrs. Abraham Lindsay is on the sick list Miss Jane Lucas of KanRas City, waa called home to wait on her sick mother, Mrs. Adeline Lucas. Rev. Gordon of Pleasant Hlil, waa here Saturday. Next Sunday will be Rev. Young's last Sunday for the conference year. He has done great work for his church for the two years while he has been here. In the way of Im proving the property which speak louder for him than words. Mrs. Anthy moved back to Law rence, Kas., Tuesday. Mr. Brlsco, a ...

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 March 1905

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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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