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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 10 March 1905

V, V I Velvet Are Popular. Velvet Is the fabric par excellence or late winter and early spring wear, and when one says velvet nowadays one means always chiffon velvet. The discovery of this particular weave accounts almost altogether for the ma terial's popularity, for the velvets of other days, although deep and rich In tone and pile and with beautiful sheen, lacked lightness and softness and suppleness which are required In all but gowns of state. A beautiful Parts model which has Just seen the light Is developed In the much sought after velvet, and on the lines of the quite as popular Redlngote model. It Is fashioned of reseda chif fon 'velvet, with a skirt and waistcoat of satin tho same shade, embroidered with reseda silk, chenille and silver threads. The Redlngote as a far back revival attracts much attention from modistes and women who dress, but other long coat effects are shown. The Ixwis oats are very popular, with their many modifications, the Dlrectolre, and the Russian ...

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 March 1905

THE--RISING SON. inriswooDa Buipf' Mg' Published Kery Week RISING SON PUBLISHINCCO rbUBSCKllTION KATES: M .7f ? Tear ?i moath riree muntnt m aoatb tf vletlr paiJ In adrnnra tnUnd at tht 1'ort Office at Kanta Oitj, as 5cm4 0m Matter. Ckrreiondeot wanted In eery city aaa town in thl state. Write m. All oe w matter Intended fur pub Uoatloo should reach our office not la tor than Tut relay, of each week and Butt be signed by ibo writer nut for publication, but a guarantee of auth ontlctty, FFICtt-No. 117 West Slitt. St., Kansas City, Mo. Advertising Rnt.e. or aa l"h, on la.artlnn or on Inch, rtrh .uhaeuiiaat Inwrtioo M tat two lacae. three monib. Fortwo leche. 1 mnolli i.ua .too for two looh. otno roonthi 1000 TattvelacoM taelv. oioothi .. . II 00 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. The Republicans of Missouri, if th'y sho...

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. — 10 March 1905

J THE RISING SON. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. Remember pleara It't the little blta we collect here and there :: That enable! ua to run from year to year." LOCALS. i Rev. Contree has gone to Cuba on A a vlBlt. s The condition of Mrs. F. Jesse Peck Is about the same. We want a lady or gent who would like to work on the Son. A boy who would like to collect, call at this office, 117 West 6th. i Why do s.o many of our colored friends refuse to pay such a small bill i as a paper bill? $ Mrs. Sarah Brown of Chicago, Is "; here visiting her sister, Mrs R. T. Cole, 1226 Vine. ';. Prof. L. L. Thompson has been con . fined to his home for several week 'undergoing an operation. Look out for our Easter Number. i It will be the best that we have ever ' gotten out. Secure your space now, j Mrs. J. S. Harris of 1111 Campbell ' St., has been confined to her bed for .' .the past two weeks. It is hoped that V ahe will recover soon. j u. You can now turn your attention to the big store, Emery, ...

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 March 1905

Fith. w.. ! ,.! wi . ; i .! ;.! I- i in.lmg i i,- A .1 i - will l.:m. i t.i tli- lil.ss.vl W. W..I i l il.iil.t. It i!.okr..-s still il.'lll I ' 1:4 li.: s,.i N l.iw I'temi-t' nf SitMlist liiiht WV will ri..t lulnt. If tn.n V lunilvin lilinl 1 1 s 'II l'iii ii, i Tin f .l.i Hi. in mil tiU t .i ii I i .ir. 'I'll' t Inn mi -l i Is Kins . sll.li! Li' li;lM-r (ill pun .till l tin- Hint HI .si T1 . t 111 .l.illl.t I'li.llliK . Ji ri n il! r f. 1 1 -I shall lio our J.iui in'.v's i irs shall I. a o it at Hi" in ki.i.i fumiiin.'iit iii.Mi.i- lth tit when tin- I'.-.itli Ail it l.:f I . -t (...p. s .'.ill I I.- )..-! II. :p i. i r.itlnt ... it ttll.'tl ttl" WO! 1.1 l .11 (:; Ii. - that f.utit without I. I il y mtist.int Miss. ft 1. 1 .1 l .lll. I ; u S' i:i. th. ti ii r . .iKtii i - till tilt' J"V t ,i, . i.-i Wt'.llmn II.M.ry 1 1 lit ll.r t t. The Spirit cf Brotherhood. A" I !. is iiv I'- uLNm" St I.tiWf . If there I ' unc lesson that the Mas ter r ! rated iimri' frequently ttinti another, i...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 10 March 1905

;! ! 3 IF 'ft I1 J:.-, ' '' 1',',-V if Foul Breath. Foul bwith rauxod b? foul ttomach ttentlod with torpid liver, bltwr or tmd taste, furred tongue, loss of , or Irregular RppctltA, heavy or full blunted feeling in riomach, "water brash." or wiur eructa tloim of (tas, nick or trillions henilaohes, disposition to dmpomliMiry, or " the blues," Irritable tamper or pccvlshm-ns and kindred symptoms. Not all of lliuna symptom are present In every ram. To tone up and Invigorate both atom ftch and liver and start the digestive pro cesses Into healthy action, there is. to say the least, wmuiwrlor agent to Ir. Pierre's (inldmi Medical Discovery. It Is prepared without the use. of a particle of alcohol, from the active medicinal principles ex tracted from the roots of native American Iilants. and Is an honestly made, safe med cln that any one may take w ithont fear of forming an npx'tlii for stimulants. Its benefits and cures are Instlng and not simply tlio temporary exhilaration some limes ex...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 10 March 1905

THflE'CDDED OOOOOOOOOOOGOOa Dre.vn and Despair. ir w,t. .in: h...f.T. I ! r I in i'n Uiu!..l jar Mt I In r hIiiIi- slmuiiler, M .lui-k I'l ill. ii I, mi, M il i.v in v i .Ki t, My hole ,i. Iiht, M tin'. mi ami my ilrspnir! S . Ii l..-auty wm t f,.l,l her I hit fr.'li ,vnl f i;r. l: 'worn H o ilittn, I., r (.initiMor, A'.-l .nK Hint is li.-r I, .11!, 1 1, r h im yr art ! :.i.-li ii- ,i sl .i r. M .lii'itn mil my ili'p;iJr! S . t li. y l l i. In- to!, tier. ':. li'l Hi faUh . . ..-I. in I 1' xp.irkli'M mi Iiit slnilli.liT, l"i-k l:.n ii. Iiit luiir. ll. i-.l.'ll lll .olinWS i '-'I II. I' .1 I IM'- . My Ufi'.ini .iimI my 1pair' "n . I ! Siturd.iy J lim it. Ambidexterity. fii'fl. Hiiili'ii IWtll ha lotiK tn'pn able to -iiti iitnl draw with i-ltlur bam! with riual facility. I)urini! some ni.mm'UMTs which tmik jilncc wln-n bis ritrlit arm was useless owIiik to thr liiti (if n !iik. lin wrott' ninl illus tratod his ilaliy rcpurts entirely with his li ft haml. says the "House lloau tiful." ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 17 March 1905

1 i r f ,1 I $ I 'A f Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME IX. LEXINGTON NEWS. Rev. Jennings of Hlgginsville, preached in the Baptist church morn ing and evening Sunday. Mr. Kidd, of Moresvllle. spent a few days here, the guest of Miss R. John son. , Miss Amelia Johnson spent a few days In Kansas City last week, return ed home Monday morning. Mrs. F. E. Hayden spent Sunday at Hall station with Mrs. Richard Holmes who has been quite ill, but is now bet ter. Miss Minnie Brooks of Kansas City, Kas., is the guest of Miss Effle Wil liams. Mr. William Leo. of Kirkwood. here visiting his parents. Is Mrs. Minnie Powell, one of our aged mothers, departed this life Friday, March 10th. She was a member of the A. M. E. church, from which she was burled. She leaves two daughters, Mrs. Mat Bouldridge and Mrs. Morris, and a host of grandchildren and other relatives to mourn her loss. We ex tend our heartfelt sympathy to the family. Mrs. Mary Wilson spent a few days In Kansas City last week. ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 17 March 1905

Wear Belt Again. 1V. nil- ipi it . a frai lire of frook louiii'.ny. Tin- possibilities of tin l allied sik or snt in belt arc Inllnlte nut tin' iii'wir fashion of it plain lull flM.'.l aicuratcly to the figure and well hnmd. with a point in fintit ntul be Mtn!, is also to In1 oiislilercd a val ,1:1 : tor a. Mint to the chic of n InnK. and is really now almost lu lls-cti-nNe. Milts nr- overhung by !mrt :iin! limsc bulcros. or th' top of it Lo.li. o is plaited into the I .fit. at Cl.oii .': lint in any ase t In deep, firm- t.f.. belt Is a hailing feature of (iiot r,i cnstmrr ltsi;ns. There W r om l"r the t xi n Isc of good taste In tie i. iii'ti ol a licit for a hlntlc. inui i1 ',s wi ll to liavo several waist lini'ls to liiirtnor.'.f In color or tm't" ri.i'. uiMi varing prans, Soft suede UhM'.it Iraki s vi ry 11 In- hilts, pliable r:i! uraei fully close clinging. Some Of tl:.' I It in this n!ital'li' tuiileriiit Hro loiili-.l 1111. 1 drawn thtiiiiL'h buckles fn rt aii'l t m i. Sin h ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 17 March 1905

Teach Us to Pray. Lard, tench us how to pray Oh. do Thou Irad the way! So rough the path sometimes, to aim and nlwp. So steep and dlro where fall the shadow deep. "With peril fraught when darkling fogs obftcure. Or wlll-o'-wlap to deadly marsh allure. When ralf the cloudless splendor of the nnnn. Or blackness rob the aky of guiding moon. Thin leach u how to pray And lead us Into day. Tench us for what to pray Lord, do not let us stray , Afar from Thee! Teach ua to chooae life Bold, . , . Not dross; to know that pain and grief enfold A blessing and a peace, steadfast and sweet. Make blind eyes see. give strength to stumbling feet. "Within the ashes of n dead self lies .A nobler self. To Thee our dead past cries. Tench us for whnt to pray To rise about uur ohu-: Nina It. Allen. Walking by Faith. "For we walk by faith, not by .Rht." What Is It to "walk by faith?" Alas, It Is something so difficult that few of us ever attain to It. for It Is a willingness to trust God Implicitly and abs...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 17 March 1905

THE RISING SON. UT1B WOODS B mm ess Manager. Pabllshed Etery Week RISING SON PUBLISHING CO trttUHSCHllTlON RATES: fta. Tear B M l:i moath It f iree muntn at On month If tirtcilj pnlil tn ad rum- later! at if Pout Office at Kan OUj, a Stcoiui Hum MaUT. Oorreftpondpnt wanted In tfty city to' town m thin state. Write u. All new mutter tritondrd for pub lication should reach our office not la ter than Tuistiay, of each week and null be signed by the writer nut (or publication, but as guarantee of auth enticity, )FFIOKi-No. 117 West Slxtl. St., Kansas City, Me. Il.ill . .. A AU vertialiitf Rnlt, Par on l.flh, on Insertion $ BO or out Inch. each utrguent Insertion XI For two lr', thn-e miinih I UO Pur twu I ache, ! uinnlli I 00 for two liu'lin, n I ii A month 10 00 er two ln?ba twelv. month It 00 OLDEST 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 City Colored weekly newsp...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 17 March 1905

VI THE eisiitg son. Eugene VmiKnn, Aet. Kftnnnii flty, K. mn spilt Lor. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. Ru nie ruber plcawo It'i the little bits we collect here nn1 there That enable, us to run from year to yer." LOCALS. Dr. Smith la serving up-to-date hot drinks. Give him a call. We want a lady or gont who would like to work on the Son. This Is examination week at the Western t'niverslly. We sympathize for (he scholars. Mr. J. F. Paterson, of Omaha, Neb., la here visiting his grand parents, of 519 Nebraska avenue. Mr. Tom Cooper, of 533 Nebraska avenue, U sick with I-aGrlppe. We hope he may recover soon. Look out for our Easter Number. It will be the best that we have ever gotten out. Secure your space now. Mr. Pavls, of 423 Nebraska avenue, and Mr. J. K. Turner, of 527 Nebraska avenue, will leave for California the first of the month. If a man had a $:!m draft in his pocket and can hardly get something to eat and a place to sleep what Is the poor Negro golns to do? Starve. The...

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 March 1905

I Never Withoot Hely tod Hope I I nrvrr r.i.1 a riv k in bare, I I lJ tnll'4"il I v o:ilun tirl(htene1 ftett, 'VJ J fyj. n,,,t" ini'itl ttw-i hnlf li hlUn tlirre, M 1 lf Kxhaled tin' flagrant bieuth of UvnL Wit St t pnvrr knr'tr a day no dienr. 1 , I I Km i n its l.-n.lt ii sky km runs' l'T I Sonif shallow ,,f n rainbow rb-ar. I ' J I From vtiihrl Joy In farewell flung. I A ! rover snt whore ullenre kept I S? . My oul frutn lovliia frli-ndu afar, ' But Pfl wlnr (In- MhiT nw.-pt I I I H'ifin nif und the evening (tar. And never. In the keonost pntn. . 9m , Whrn night look down n anguish ' if vM I ' Can " my Father " rfe In yaln 1 f J I From tli lone uplrlt of ln i hlhl. J Julia Noyea. .fry. I ' "I do li l o the rats unn t run off the tr:ul.' s-.i i ): uy S;ve.-r, ;is i-li" pit t!:. t:ni-h:l'ir touches to her fil ter's cos:u:i,t', iin I thi ll Stool buck j'.n 1 s-vii ;!.! t!i.' .'f. ct -riic:i:ly. "'It's JUi audacious lljiim in i In face of I'rnviib :u . in i;o iichiiiir off bi ll;!. d...

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 March 1905

ffloes Your Doctor Know What's thn matter with ymt" If hodoo. tlio chance are ho may help you, but many times womon call on tholr family phyHlclaiiH. Buffering, as they Imagine, onn from dyxpepsia, another from heart dlacaHc, another from II vtr or kidney dl aw, another from nervous exhaustion or prostration, another with pain hem anil there, and In thl way they all pre sent alike to themselves and their easy going and Indifferent, or over-busy doctor, separate, and distinct diseases, fur which lin, assuming thorn to lx- such, prescribes hi pills and potions. In reality thoy arc all only ntwnvUnn caused by snmn womb disease. Thn physician, ignorant of thn cnuxe of suffering, encourages this prae ticn until large, bills are mado. The suf fering patient got no hotter, but proba bly worm), by reason of the delay, wrung treatment and consentient complication. A nroner midlclnn like Ir. Pierce's Fa vorite Proscription, directed U Ve otmmH would nave entirely removed urn disease, thereby ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 17 March 1905

Telephone 4I7 acoosoooocccooa D-m-ii ani Despair. i . . : . r : 1 ... ..'! ' . -:. i'.i ' : i I,. i I l"V il- r.;i t' itui J.i J.'ii; i: il. AfiUdextirity. f" i' I' . i l'"A. , i,;is l..ni In -n '" ,hi .(aw with litlur hm: l .-iui: t.u;iity. Imr.ni: sunn- m.tTi.i. ;,. . took place tt I,, n his :;! .inn v. a useless iin to thr , f a In- vmlx un.l liliix- tral' .l Ir- iia!ij r. porrs t-nt irtly with his ! r ban. I, sa s tin' "House !eau tifu! " S r Waiter I'.irraU. ornnnist of St. (e'or-jes rhapi'l, Witnlsnr, can nc roiniiuiv a full clioral service with hl li'ft hutnl ami his feet au! write a let ter nt fie same time uitli liis risht hum), li ieen Victoria was iitnlii.lox trims; sm- rnu!. draw ns well with the left hat,. I ;u with the rlnlit. I'n f. M.ir.'e (1f t(,e t il'imore university ami Sir lMwiri !..n:.: .-. r were iihle to usp pt'her I ntel t :H: I !y ; ate! the treat arMst sclent.-' of the i:..nai..satice perio, j,i Ira'v, I.--onarln il Vim l. was amtilitextroii- 'otijttrers n...

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 March 1905

St 2 v. ''( Ji f 1 ft , : l r . ; 1 r5 if f Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME IX. THE PATH THE CALF MADE. By 6AM WALTER FOSS. One day through the primeval wood. A calf walked home, as good calves should ; But made a trail ah' bent askew, A crooked trail, as all calves do. Since then two hundred years have Ted. And, I infer, the calf Is dead. Cut Mill, he left behind his trail, And thereby hangs my mortal tale. The trail was taken up next day By a lone dog that passed that way; And then a wise, bell-wether sheep Pursnef the trail o'er vale and steep, And drew the flock behind him. too, As good bell-wethers always do. And from that" day, o'er hill and glade, Thro' those old woods a path was made; And many men wound in and out, And dodged and turned and bent about And uttered words of righteous wrath Because 'twas such a crooked path. But still tbey followed do not laugh The first migrations of that caff, And fro' this winding woodway stalk ed Because he wobbled when he walked...

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 March 1905

WARNER NAMED AMID CHAOS DRAMATIC SCENES DURING SELECTION OF SENATOR FROM IMPERIAL MISSOURI SENATOR COCKRELL TO GIVE Smashed the ClockThrew Ink Bottles, Fruit and Books " Fought and Yelled But Finally the End Came and All Was Over For Four More Years at Least UNITED STATES SENATOR WILLIAM WARNER. Bern in Lafayette county, Wisconsin, June 11, 1839. First occupa tion, picking scraps of ore from mouth of mine. Taught school, 1S54. At college, University of Michigan, 1959. Joined Union army. 1862. Came to Kansas City, October, 1885.. Married Mrs. So phia Bromley in 1866. Elected city attorney In 1867. Elected prose cuting attorney in 1868. Elected msyor of Kansas City, 1871. Elected Congressman. 1884; re elected 1885. Chosen commander-in-chief O. A. R.. at Columbus. O., in 1888. United States district attorney under Grant. Arthur. McKintcy and Rocsivelt Chosen United States sena tor, March 18, 1905. WHAT HE SAID AFTER HIS ELECTION. "To say that I appreciate the great honor conferred upon...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 24 March 1905

Romance Mr I.e,ve dwelt In a northern land, A gray tower la a forest green Was hers, and tar on either hand The long wash of the wavea waa aeen, And league on tengii? of yellow aitnd. The woven forest boughs bit ween! And throtiith the Oliver northern night The aunaet slowly died awny. And herda of strange deer, lively-white About the coming of the light, They fled like ghoata bvfure the day I I know not If the forest green Still girdle round that castle gray; I know not If the houghs between The wh"e deer vonlsh ere the day; Above my Love the grit. la green. My heart la coldur than the vinyl Andrew Lang. V A irmnmi car Bf ZOE RtNEHART U itftil luu by Daily bluiy fun. Co.; Suffering much pain? Oh. no; not enough left of me to feel much palu. J guess. There's nothing of me below the belt but pulp. A fellow in a fix like that Is past feeling. I reckon, and that's something to be thankful for. If a fellow has anything to be thankful for in a time like this. It's only a question of a fe...

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. — 24 March 1905

THE RISING SON, UPnS WOODS BaiDM Manager. Published Eery Week RISING SON FUBLISHINCCO rKOBSCHIlTlON RATES: Oa. Tf M By mm ill K f he month t Om aonta IM arlell staid tn ad r it no interact at the i Office i Kansas OitJ, svs Sicoid Vla Matter. CurreapondeoU wanted tn every city 44 town id this date. Write as. 11 news matter Intended for pub UcaUlon should reach our office not la tor than Tutsday, of each week and ( be ilgned by tbo writer not for publication, but as guarantee of auth enticity. m tFICIi-No. 117 West Slitr. St., Ktnm City, Mo. Advatrtlaliifi Rett a. fmt aa laeh, on tnaartlon t M Vat one Inch, fifh aiiqunt lnaertlon .M fro to tarhea, three month 1.00 For two lichK. an moatli (00 rr two Inch, nln. month 10 00 Tartaataebaa twelv. month It 00 OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL w THE REST. jfr 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 for a ll llpll' t t I ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 24 March 1905

THE RISING SON. ! Kngrne Vaugnn, Agt. Kansas City, Kan. "8H Split Ixg. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. Remember please lt't ids little blta we collect here and tbere Tbat enable ua to run from year to year." LOCALS. Mrs. Ellen Alexander Is on the Hick list. Mr. A. Gilbert spent Sunday In Kansas City. Mrs. Green White is quite 111; also Mr. Ceforon Wilson. Wo want a lady or gont who would liko to work on the Son. Mrs. B. A. WatHon, of 1314 East ICth street, is on the sick list. Mrs Itev. Peck seems to be falHnf? very fast and is very low. Mrs. Rosa MuGce of Kansas City Is hero visiting relatives. Miss Eva Pounds of Kansas City spent a few days here last week. Mr. Abraham, Carter Is still con fined to his bed but is now better. The Wilson House burned to the ground last week at Excelsior Springe.'. Messrs. Author and Johnnie Brltt and Daniel Ioyd of HiKginsvllle were here Sunday. Wind Hoono and Miss Rohlnett spent Sunday In Topeka, Has., with Dr. Hristow and wife. Look out for our...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 24 March 1905

TUBERCULOSIS Appalling Mortality Among the Little Ones Due to This Cause Proper Attention to Health of Mothers Would Save Many Lives The number of deaths due to tuber miosis I tremendous. When t ho word Is pokrn one In.-uinetively thinks of 1 uhuonriry consumption. This Is the form which i.ttacks adults and which e see daily gathering In It victims. There nre ot h r forms, however, more otr.mon In children, that levy trib ute upon them without calling atten tion to the relationship between these ill. eases an I consumption of the lung. Pr. .lacol'I I authority for the state n ent that 'Tuberculosis kills ns many c.p!' old and young, a.- diphtheria, croup, whooping coui:h. scarlatina, n.t asle and tiphold fever taken to P ther." In a'.l of our cities active steps have been taken to protect the eo le from the above named ills r.jses. Inti! i;ui:e recently, however, a few iars at must, nothing was, done i to reduce the mortality from tuber cilosls. Now, however, the attention of the wo...

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