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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 24 March 1905

PE-RU-NA CONQUERS CATARRH THE WORLD OVER. HI For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Quarter for Twenty Head of Cattle and Two Teams. The accompanying plans are for a basement barn 35 by 58 fi?rt, to ac commodate twenty head of cattle and two teams of horses. The basement erall la 8 feet high. 1 font thick, and composed of cement concrete. If stone Is used for all Instead of cement, the building should be 2 feet largei each way to allow for the thieke walla that would be necessary, t'nle gravel Is scatee and stone plentifn cement Is much to be preferred t stone masonry and Is cheaper. A la the horso stable; B. the bo stall; C, root house; D, cow stables Id 117 AVfegetable Preparationfor As similating iheroodandBetfuIa ting the Stotnachs and Bowels of Bears the PLAN FOR BASEMENT BARN. ( Promotes Digeslionhrerfur ness and Rest .Contains neither Opium.Morphine norHincxaL Not Narcotic. rtmrttfouo-SANuizmoiBi Ax.Smuia JkmmSd. fh rVrtmsb W jrss.i ..IW- 7MJ ApcrTecl Remed...

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. — 24 March 1905

UP TO CASTRO AN ULTIMATUM TO VENEZUELA BY THE UNITFD STATE3. IT MUST AGREE TO ARBITRATE President Castro Told That His Gov ernment Will Either Settle the Asphalt Controversy or Take the the Consequences. WASHlNCTitN In lli' latisunre of tin l;i tin n i ti. , in i;i ran 1:1 1 turn ;i r.'ts with tlir l'ii.:'.l States ilciimn linn ii' n in-'iii nt i t ami Uwuliurd-r.u-r.n if iln' I. aun r public wants l'. I'll. ; ii' V''tn -Mrta w ill be c crti'l to t--f . i- thr iiiarii I In !ivn ii Ii ami tin I'niti -I Si ii.'-i 1.11 In-half of t ho Ai'!.;ilt 'n..-t t .irhi'rutioti. 'I'll" I'l.i'i I S'ati j i- a-.va'itiu Vi m-ii' la'-J- .; :.. tli. - pi -iijui-.i K- il.i - I II :i- i - il'i li'ioli-. i all 1 t , i;, .. .., itiijil) war I lha- i' iim! 1ml ilili-l t'T'' ally w:'li i!w Ki'm h raMr. an I .! it i' ii , t!,. i , j.ail - w ill Ii" .'y Fr-lu ll . i f -!. i i -. which are in "a.l l.'f I. a (i iaivra Irniii .la l"i am i- aiiMo.i In haw its i with Vt ui m;. la M tt'.ril hy iltp . hut has nut M-...

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. — 31 March 1905

I 1 v;i. .ST . X "A i is 1 4 1, V'V; si a t V't 8. I '4 i Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME IX. SLAVES SATISFIED WITH LOT. Under Mohammedan Matters Condi tion Are Not Severe. "In Zanzibar and I'emba slaves are very slow to take advantage of the regulations that give them the right to claim their freedom," says a trav eler. "They realize that so long as they are well used their position Is superior to that of the man whose freedom Is his sole asset. I have found the same attitude in North Africa. From Morocco to Tripoli one sees most of the slaves well content and flourishing. Tbe famine, the locusts, the drought and the tax col lector have no terror for them; work keeps them healthy, they have enough to eat and drink and the future has no meaning at all. There is promotion; there are confidential missions to governors and friends that elevate a slave, if only in the eyes of his fel lows, and there Is always a chance of manumission when the owner dies and wishes to have some...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 31 March 1905

tv':?-, w i ll' ii Climbing to Rut. To wotk- in ii i 1 ! iii.ii .1 time; I tvi! u! I must iii.n i limti. ' ' ' . 1 .i i i i iii.it- : t i asc i .!! I'l i .i: lt:l 1.. lllnl.tt ii' '.' 1 ..-ii i t'.i l t'l! 1 li.n Urn n 1 I- I'.-l - .11; 1 1 T tin- fl.-Itl 111 cn; . t In i I ttl-IM ... IAhH. . I' ll:1 I I -I- . i.utli I . 1. Ill Ul'l'tl. ' Ii' i.t II tll.lrt-i ll.jr .H 1 Mfii'Pllfl; ' ' ' ! ' I S I In l.ll In (I 11 lull ' ' : In-. K..r, it IT l..:ilil tin- Hint; I i . in., u I !,i . in) i;...l n i ' l.in-y I ;!. m. Blessedness of the Hard Way. Iii i ur m vi ic e pc rii tici-s lift' Is no ' him! than in our m'title ones. It - I:a: 'i.imi i-mlun-el that makes num. !' i difficult eiv.rci'tne- that achieves ! i i - iM.lv I'v tin- l.i lp of robt ii' ' " i in ti in i ria'i'. Tho hammer i ii; I :i ;ini: nil" useful forms he .i .-i i i (,.. i i.i'ir;ni; liari'tit'f with l.;ih 'he irnti iii.i.c tl.i' hammer. ' t. ! ! I r:it Ii it) i if the rails rati a '''.i:r: cut the- air like a colossal ar...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 31 March 1905

II M-M w aIh. m t m II a Ths New Hat. The disappearance of the high crown and also of the Inordinately large hat should be welcomed by ev ery one; the tall crown In particular was an offense to good taste and be coming to less than one woman In a hundred, and even the woman who could wear them and not look freak ish would have looked better In some thing else. Many of the new shapes show much variety In brims; many brims are wide. Many hats are egg-shaped, the crown appearing at the narrow end. Others are heart-shaped, like the one described last week, while still oth ers are shaped like pears. In the egg-shaped hats with the crown at the narrow end, the wider part at the hack is usually turned up very sharp ly, and this back is nearly covered with flowers or other decoration. It Is probable that the oval shapes ven tured last year will be more worn this summer, as the puffing of the Tialr over the ears renders thera more becoming. In some hats the brims alope upward from the crown'...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 31 March 1905

THE RISING SON. LITIS WOODS, . .Business Maaafer. Published Eery Wee RISINO SON PUBLISHING CO rHUUSCKllTlON RATES: b Ter MM l.i tnoath .. 7 fire tnontni Out ooth U vteilf pnld In adrnnoa f stored at the 1'ntt Office at Kan$u Vtij, m if.d CUi MaMtr. Oorreepouriente wanted In every city tad town id this itHte. Write us. All new matter Intended for pub lication should reach our office not )a tor than Tutsday, of each week and Butt be l(nied by the writer not tor publication, but a guarantee of auth enticity. irFICIt-No. 117 Weat Slitl. St., Kansas City, Me. Mil III II I I I Advartialiis RhUi, Ft oa leak, on tn.artlnn I M or on Incb, rich .uhwqu.nt Insertion U for two tarkM, three miMiib I.UO For two laches, all mnatli 100 for two Inch, nine month 10 00 rtwolaebu twelve month! 1100 OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE REST. Die paid circulation of The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. SALOON...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 31 March 1905

IIM I '' r, w -A" ''8 'v 'A r v i . 1 THE RISmO SON. Ktigcne Vatigan, A(tt. Kansas City, Kan. H3N Split Lor. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo Remember please It's the little blta we collect here and there That enables us to run from year Ui year." LOCALS. We want a lady or gent who would like to work on the Son. Mr Rob Alexander left this week for Log Angeles, Cal. Look out for our Easter Number. It will be the best that we have ever gotten out. Secure your space now. The McRay Hotell Is open and rim ing full blast. Step In and they will be glad to see to your wants. It Is up to date and In good shape. 721 Char lott St. Milwaukee, Wis., June 23, 1893. Gentlemen: Please send me two bot- j a.w wa -uw vnuuiHEU XSA AJ HllVn lJl HI 5 nair. tuidk it is one of the best hair pomades made. MRS. JOHN GRAF. $ The fine lodges of K. of P. of this V city, the McKlnley No. 21, Lilly No. ! -8, New Era No. 40, Progress No. 42, ' Dml nii.L.t.nn f 1... . ... Vn CC " HIIU A 1 I , W ( lit IT I.UUII. ....

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 31 March 1905

i The Two 1! cnm at il.-iylirxnk frim th xkl "Mills Moirni.K Aiik'I wi.e iiinl Miotic;; lln tntii'lirit the 1 1 . . 1 1 1 1 1 Infant i rea And ).- I e Until mIiiiki Ui wlmla day ImiK At MenUm' anollior rnmo. Ill priii-cfiii f,D , r.i (erflvo unit nVpj Ili t-iillril t hi' n-iili-wi Lai-' tiy nam-. Ami ii ntly !! IumI its blow, ami wlili 1'inU. To tnnnhnml mown, that lltll child 'I'tiul llfi'x IniiK inthHV i'ur hy vear Each day more nuMe. kIiomk anil mild Umls Morning AiiRil ever iirar. At Iouk'Ii. worn mill fnl Imn'il. hn In y. Like Infant l in iimtliiTK InpiiKt; Oi'il ' l Mtctit Arnel limn Hint war. Anil i-liiw.il thnsp weary e, anil wlila pITed, "Ut!" I.oa Angeles Tltnvi. n 'upyi ilit. l'i'j Pa "If you ran t see yer way to lielpln' us nut, Hilly, I s'po.su I curl tlruw up tho Juli an" uilist." AurilUi's brown cheek flushed. "I wish to (iod you would !" sho broke nff, abruptly. A sullen glow crept ntr the man's eyes. Tlie Muff falling, ho had n moro potent one In reserve, and h; use...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 31 March 1905

BAD STOMAGH Attt-ndod with tainted, offpwrtr, ? fonl breath, bitter tHsto. pspcciiilly fn the mornina, furred Unique, sick or hiliou hcitdaclics, poor ir Irri'uuliir npitlU', our stomach, "water brash." ronstipu tlon with strong t-nilcnry V) " the blues." or despondency, are I 'll relieved mid rad ically cured by the faithful use of lr. I'lerco's (JoIiIpii MpiIIi'hI l-Jiscovery. No mini can he stroniror thai) hi stomach; when It not out of order ho heroines bil ious, dyspeptic, Iiy fMH-lmtiilriaosil. peevish and "out of sort": he feel luniruid, tirml anil " all fuirffotl out." Nothing will nmro sixwllly or permit- rirntly invigorate and tone Into action, Ivor and bowels than Dr. l'lerco's (loldcn Medical Discovery. It la cotnisiundod from the active medicinal principles ex tracted from nutive mcdiclmil plants, without the use of alcohol, not a drop of which enters Into Its composition. Tho hcueflt (pit from lis use Is not, therefore, dun to alcoholic exhiliratlon. and conse quently ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 31 March 1905

FARMER'S Simple LAND WAS SOUR Paper Teit With Litmus Showed Acid. Tlit Mate exixTlnii'iit Mtatirm are iloitm a tsri-nt work fur tin1 farmer. Tlie follutt Incident uliowa how simple Home of tin- tr.-u ttro "when yon know how," cay, a writer In Country Life In Atn-rti-:i. A station nflicial wan Koinu im r a farm with the owner when tiny raiiu' to a ri aw fishy piece of land Just Iijii U of the liani, the very weel.s looked il!ow a ti 1 nil healthful. "I nut inclined to think." remarked the nri iiltnrisf, ' that this lam! Is too arid for productivity. can de termine this in a moment." Taking a Mne piece of paper from his poi'ket he stooped ainl clipped the paper In om" of the soil water that n standing in a row frark To the owner's nstoiiishmi'iit the hiue paper chanced to n red color as soon as it was immersed. " There," said the nuririilturlst. "wn have onr proof This is just a piece) of litmus paper. Kor ." rents you can teiy a simihT piece at any drn store. I's chaiiRe of color sho...

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. — 14 April 1905

Si 1 14 "a '-II It Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME IX. Attucks and Lincoln Alumni Banquet to President Allen. The night was beautiful, one of thoHe Roosevelt nights, no clouds save one here and there to deepen the blue and Intensify the brilliancy of the sparkling stars. ' 'Ine air was balmy. Such was Saturday, April 8, when the Attucks Club banquetted Pres. D. P. Allen of Lincoln Institute. The place was the toothsome res taurant of that debonair princess of the culinary department, Mrs. Carr, 2401 Vine Street. At 8:30 to the tuneful strains of Prof. Chas. Watts' Imperial orches tra, amid palms and red carnations to this Menu. Tomato Bisque a la Attucks. Turkey Sandwiches a la Lincoln. Cafe Nolr. Potato Salad. Ice Cream. Cake. The following gentlemen sat down: Pres. B. F. Allen, Principals R. T. Coles, president Attucks Club; J. V. Baldwin, J. Dallas Bowser, R. W. Foster, G. N. Orishara. J. Silas Harris, Regent of L. I.; W. H. Harrison, In dependence, Mo.; Archie Wilson,...

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. — 14 April 1905

Blow, Wlndi of Cod. io. vtttuia cf (itij. mid liting us on our Wll , AVe t li,.- Kali In rati h lino If nmy. 'I'm nlul't I with Kturm utid tossing .-l-iay. Ai.il .t vte trust thi- morning, mid we .-uy. Jilow. wltiilB of tiid. and bring u on our way. Wv will rot think wr nro the wild wave' pit t. A trm-k l on t'to dorp that linil" to port. Vf follow, ami the lianlshli dure to court , It Thou I. nt Kiililr us. v slmll mnke the ia Hlow. vtuds of i!od, nnd bring us on our i way. S. nn i dm k tho urn 1" bmolv. Thrre bo f. w V!.o ni w ith us to loiiiitrlf I I' h nnil III w. Si nir f it il iy might not mfily wrathrr thtoliKh. Ttui -t i.ar way Is onward, and r prnv, I'iuH. winds of (iod. ami bilnK " on "ur in). - 1'iilii.ntlll.d. The Lowly Great. There nre m .ne blunt! thnt prow In Military plans, anmni: dos rt paths, i.nil far up nunintaln elopr.s where tli hail miiI'cs them ni:d tempests ruck il)o sIm ItcritiK UHm. They are Here tint lieciiuso tho environment of soil and air art- favorahl...

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. — 14 April 1905

:j Courage TliMt are who. bending supple knees, I.lva for no end except to pleeae, Hieing to (tmt by mean degrees; But craep not thou with theaa. ?hey hava rhelr due reward; they band heir Uvea to an unworthy end On empty atma the toll expand Which had aecured a friend. But be not thou a theaa, whoa mind la to the passing- hour confined; Let no Ignoble fetters bind Thy aoul, aa free aa wind. Bund upright, apeak thy thought, declare The truth thou naet, that all may share; Pa bold, proclaim It everywhere; They only live who dare. Sir Lawli Morrla. P 1 T Copyright, 1905, by Mr. .Philip Thompson's eyes strayed ver to a map of the United Kingdom banging against the office wall. "A dangerous coast the northeastern part of Scotland, Captain McLeod." be aid carelessly, "a likely place for a wreck." "Ferry," assented Captain McLeod. "Then there's the Orkneys and the Shetlands, bad places those In a fog, Captain." The Captain nodded and looked at Mr. Thompson, then he looked out of the windo...

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. — 14 April 1905

THE RISING SON. ttltlB WOODS, Buanwat Maaagtr. published Ecry Week RISING SON PUBLISHINGCO SUBSCHIITION RATES: M , .71 Tear n moath ire month aoitk If larietly U In dnnn fftrd u i'ncl Office at Sanaa CWy, aj Sicend CUu Matter. burrpoDdeoU wanted In ery city 4b4 town id thin date. Write us. All news matter Intended for pub lication tbould rearh our office not la ter than Tutudar, of eacb week an Butt be alftoed by the writer not for publication, but as guarantee of authenticity. WIOIl-No. 117 Weil Slit), Kansas City, Mo. Advertising Rnltl. far am tah, on ln..rtlna $ M or on Inch, each .uhMqueat Intcrtloo. .M or two tarae., three aiuniJi 10 Fur two lache. (la muaUt 00 rortwolnch... alna month. 10 00 fat twa Ibosm twelva amnios It 00 OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL w THE RFST. The paid circulation of The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. Natural Dyes In Ireland. From moes tcathcretl on the...

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. — 14 April 1905

THE RI8IHG SON. Kugene Vangan, Agt. Kinui t'lty, Kan. ASH Split Ixk. A. W. W after, Agent, Lexington, Mo. Remember plea - It's Hie little blu we collect here ami there That eaablce ua to run (rum year to year." LOCALS. To run up a bill Is human, to pay It is divine. A man who knows It all spends most of his time telling It Mrs. Ella Talley Is also on tho sick lint this week. Mrs. S. C. Rogers Is teaching a class In Independence. We want a lady or gent who would like to work on the Son. Mr. Carter Is ou tho nick list this week, but he Is improving. Look out for our Easter Number. It will be tho best that we have ever gotten out. Secure your space now. Rev. Hawkins Is doing a good work at his' mission, 11th and Woodland. Kansas City needs a new charter and a new depot and above all things good government. When a telephone girl steals a man's heart, It Is no crime, becauso a fair ex change is no robbery. Miss Zclla Tage, director of music In Langxton University, was In Kan sas City to ...

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. — 14 April 1905

NATURE'S GREAT Let the Sunlight Reach House and Destroy the Germs. Nil turn jrrcat disinfectant Is sun light. It Is a miwl interesting fact that Mil wonderful Unlit, which pro motes tlu growth of useful plants tmd aiiftaiEs iiniiual lif'. at tin- same time destroys by its very brlKhtiioK all sorts of perms which arc brought In contact with it. It Is this fact alone which r ndt-r the earth Inhabltnblo. (icrttis develop with Mich marvelous rapidity that they would quickly over whelm us by tliflr very numbers If not constantly destroyed by the sun. A lit t lo coin utiition will readily show thin. Some germs are capable of such rapl.l multiplication that they may double every fifteen minutes under favorable conditions of temperature ami food supply. Kxtimato tho num ber of germs which might be pro duced in a .-.ingle day of twenty-four hours, or ninety-six doublings. Tho number would be niore than thirty two thousand billion billions, or suf ficient to cover eighty thousand Ripiare mile...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 14 April 1905

Will It Gure Consumption? N , w cannot hold out the promise thst ur. t'lerce'i noiuen weth- ical Discovery will cur cotv sumption when thorouehl hly ested and established. We doubt ft any medicine will then cure, although hundred! have been cured by the " Discovery ',' after ' their attending physician! had pronounced their case to m regular tubercular consumption. The tact ia that Uie " Golden Medical Disooverv " does cure aevere throat and bronchial affections, lingering coughs, and those obstinate, wasting, "run down" conditions which, i( neglected or improperly treated, run on and terminate in genuine consumption. We know that thousands of men and women although in the advanced stages of feebleness and emaciation palid, wasted and broken-down with all the terrible symptoms of hacking coughs, night sweats, hectic fever, absolute nroHtration. and even bleedina from the lungs have been restored by the use of this marvelous medicine to per manent health, strensth and vitality. But i...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 14 April 1905

FARMER'S LAND WAS SOUR Simple Test With Litmus Paper Showed Acid. Tlio Ftato fxperinn'tit stations are doing 11 tvat wk fur tho farmers. Tlie fnilow iiii; lin iiliMit shows how KimpU" soini' of i lie ton tiro "when you l.now how." a writer In fount ry l.ifo In Anu'i ici. A station otlii wns poini; nvi r n f:irm Willi tlm owm f wlii i) tin y r.mn' to a rraw fishy pli-co of land j'ist liai k of tin1 1'iirn, tho Vi iy wm'iIs KmIu',1 yellow mid un healthful. "I n in It'ciinoil fo Think " roniarJiril the n-'i'U uiturisf, "that this I.iml Is too nciil for pr.,m iu ity. , :,n ,,.. tcrniiro this In a moment." TaKlns n Min plerc of papi r frvn I. Is pocket he stoopc! aiul ilipp.-il the paper In Rome of tin? soil water that was stai'ilintf in a row track. To the owner's astonishment n hhie paper rhanced tit n n il col r as soon ns it was imni'Tseil. "There." said th" atrlruItnrUf . "wo have our proof. This is just a piieo of litiiMis paper. Kor fi rents urn fan hny a similar pioi at any drim ...

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. — 21 April 1905

i. 1TI n Jf.rx kk r v. i m tSL ' hpwjq More Homes of Colorcd Peope than anyotheiPapcrln thcstatc; 0LU3IK IX. KANSAS CITY MO., FJilPAY, AllilL 21. I'M Ik UtAlNGTON NEWS. her tiiotli.r Mrs (inni White, who NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION. " " LnWVl'l' I'llilllW fif Uoilullii l,nn o i Vl'll- ulfl. . . . iJiy Ks$ l r.. Ad-, 5iJ?iA7 ,Vy,v.A,-j-38 . . :A'.r v - ,?-J'kcS . V- M.A; ::;, -;t41. L y Ll ll!!!ii!;J woe firm' m..1 ,3 :-r-4Y LEXINGTON NEWS J.nwyr nillins er Scilaliii ins h ruse in rourt fur Dr. llrown of llinKins- Mile Mo., was Ikiu Satuiady. Tin trial will conic up UKain Tutmlay. Mrs. Kalii- t'olli-y of I n 1 1 i-tiil. 'iic was here on ImikIih'sk lcfi Tut'stlay for ll'T home. The cily I'liclion was licld on llio 411; liasst-cl off (iiicll.v, the c-nlorcil nii-n of the first and second wards done tin-It duty. I he city voted for iln $l'ii,immi to Imild n cily liall and tluy an- now lit work ii'i-iriiiK to Imild the liall and imiirovc tln city. Tliey are still cxpectini,' to Imild the ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 21 April 1905

1 9 OOOOOOOOOOOOO DOOOOOOOOOOOO AN EASTER CAROL Fair Penitent's Day Dream of Our Savior' dlorious Resurrection From the Tomb Th Oldlh Muting nt the Swtrt Knlhuiiait In th Ctnliter d 5aiKtusrjr i the Mat'ty Cathe rl the Radiant taster Morning' Eumhlna Scatt.r the til, am ot Lent. A Marvel of Relief St. Jacobs Oil Safe and sura for Lumbago and Sciatica If ORIGIN OF Tin1 I'.inii- Kn-liT is if Siivdi ni'iv III. In iTIL- cl. liWil from that lif III.' (iuil'li K-lii.-i. in uIiii-jii liiiimr mm rilin s iiinl i i I brut ii'lis IiihU place it (In- npi'iiiim nf spring. With tin' n " -vint nf I 'Ii liM limn v ilii'si- In at h-'ti fi i i tiinnii m ii' 1 1 1 -1 -i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . :is tin y hii l ni i'iii I iit tin' time of I'll year win ii lln' ii hi ii rl ii in nf Chris was ri li litiiii il l.y Hi.' church tl I I name was iiiili. .1 to tn in w festival. With tin' I. nun ran-. Iiiivvivir. 1 1 . . -cnii'ilivimi si ii i ii -.in iirt inn nf Clni. ; having i.i i mi. d a' tin' 1 1 ii i nf t...

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