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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 21 April 1905

H6e B LIMB BOONE if rfik lif A ' CONCERT COMPANY STAFF: BLIND BOONE, Pianist JOHN LANGE, Manager MRS. JOHN LANGE, Secretary MRS. J. W. BOONE, Treasurer MISS SADIE ROBNET, Assistant Treasurer MISS EMMA SMITH, -Soprano 1 s0&yS 1 JOHN LANQE. EMMA SMITH. C7 Mr. John Lange Manager Blind Boone Company. It gives us pleasure to reproduce the splendid likeness of Mr. lohn Lange, Manager of the Blind Boone Co. Mr. Lange ranks among the foremost men of the Negro race. He is successful and prosperous because he has com bined energy and perseverance with a con scientious dealing with the public. His suc cess did not come without struggles and hard ships, but determination forming one of his potent characteristics, obstacles were overcome his efforts rewarded. Mr. Lange has accum ulated a comfortable competency and has made a number of paying investments which ranks him with that class of men noted for their shrewdness. Mr. Lange is a thorough race man and delights to do all he can to help fu...

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. — 21 April 1905

Browning Kin& Co. CLOTHING. rVRNISHINGS AND HATS. THE HISIXG JWN. tSVlS WOODS BnrM"Mang. PuUMieo1 lerr Week RISINO SON FUBLISHINCCO iarMrUsCKUTlON KATKS: Oae 1r J inniili. ! f'ir uienth Ooe muittli 1101) r ptl'l In mltum lnleri at ('. I'"ft Ofirt at Kan$tltJ, at icM.(i ('(.i.. MaUtr. OnrrfoiMuli-nt wanted la ery city and town 111 tint Male. Write u. All new nutter intended for pub lication (hniiM reaeh our ofllre not lit ler th in Tu fil.iy, of em-li week and mut be iiru't1 iiy the writer not for puMlratloD, but a guarantee of auth enticity, IFFICEl No. 117 West Slitl. St.. Kaneae City, Me. LM 1 U . Ailvn tiainw Hntee. or nun t-h. linn Inn-rtl.'ii I J fot oi melt, ik Ii uiM(iiot Intrrtlun U F 'tl.' '.'kin. thn nj.wi; ii I UO f .rl-" Im-iif-. ! ii. on Hi 0U f .r 1- ' ln.-hn, nil nii.ntli. lunu f or two Iiic'Iim lf.v u..mtli. 1JO0 I CLHtSr NLGRO JOlHNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICI; ALL w THU RL-ST. The paid circulation of Tin-: Rising Son is more than double the combined circu latio...

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. — 21 April 1905

THE RISING SON. Kiit'ine Viiuifiin, At. KntiNHM I'lt.V, Kitx. II.'IX Split Irfijr. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo Remember please lt' the little bun wt colli'ct lipre nml there Tliat enulili ur u run from year Ui year." LOCALS. To run up a bill Is human, to pay It Is divine. Tlie wife of Kev. Jesso Peck. Is Rtill litiKeriiiK. Sirs. A. K. Jt'iiUins returned to the city recently for an indefinite stay. Mr. T. H. Nix of 1 Jl Vine St., who hits been Very ill, Is able to be out. Don't fail to attend MrCnnipbell & Houston's Soda Fountain Opening Master Sunday. Seeond llaptist t'liureli will liolil their Kaster servlee at ll:"o and aluo at, 7 o'clock Sunday evening. The Y. M. ('. A. at I o'clock Sunday afternoon. I.ove and .lackson tire the only real estate aiieiits in the city who make a study of your demands ami make a special effort to meet them. lMh and Woodland. Next Sunday the attraction at Al ien Chapel. 11 o'clock service Kev. Lena Mason will pn a h at 'i o'clock to the chi...

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. — 21 April 1905

; Advancing Old Age ; ri J'trtf! Iv a criilii.it tow uf rUstiotv in trir rut r km w!i, h tuUIy turns rtj-trtsioo Liu t into y rxnVi i. vompkwt ; -At j WOODBURY'S K j ll-v; . I' ,. -I f"- ) . I wtl 11. Tt j "JTT I 11 -i . (':. rn-iyi 'i.'n-. I . i : .v-r " 1 v i 1 .-I i " Ii.i. l n iii.Kj. ; :...., .....,.. ? i i K.r. i i i; ; V I ! .! ir : .:.! . iinu.:...n i ! ; INITIAL OFF i: ? THE ANPfJCW JEf.GENS CO., ? CiNCIN'.A' I. i J F.it and Lean. "1 ' vn'l !a! c.v. ."' "U i ;:. I i i- ;. .m : liar vv ay." Racing at Kansas City. Th K.u i ' .! U. v vOl hnld .t !!:..' i!, -i II.. i - - i f ! I,. -.i .lsi.li. ih-.-'.:.: i .: A,-t ;; .t'.'l i.l-':.if -J.". it.iv s F.IsS !.. t - it ill i . . Iivliii' r.ir . ,i. ll'.'.U ... .v lit .i:,-. I . Al..c.cs al.d u.i lliti U' r I .ii i;. ' i A ii i if i- tin. uiily I, now woman t - urlm'ii mi; in l;. MY WIFE'S PEOPLE COMING." ' We have had a splendid winter" In Western Canada. Car.v'a' I' tu-h i'.'- y.-ai !- wnmler ful'v i r. r a' I n. : . : .r .ilnad uf...

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. — 21 April 1905

EVERY OKKS HIM HOW HE GOT RIO OF HIS OESTTU ATI MUSCULAR RHEUMATISM. Mr. Jnnr, Tells if tln Wny hjr Which II Trrnt.-cl llliiiM'lf Su rrfu11jr When llix-tor I nili'il. Six tliysieiitis,nll if tlii'in (ooi1, nnoof them 11 f pci'tiilit, liml tlotin tlirir ticst for Mr. June lit tlifl'ereiit tittirn (luring Hirco yi'iiiK, ninl Mill lie MifTernl fear fully from tint torture of rliciiniali-dii. Tint rht'iiiiiuti.-on I hut liml been dor mnnt in 1 1 i i HvstiMii was fimlili'iily brought to nil ncuto r-tnce by oxpiisui'o wliilo was drawing ieo in February, IIKIl. From that tiuio on for n riiwl Of limro tliim threo years lm was n eon Itaut sulTeier. Ho tried many hinds of treatment, 1 nit tin- I'lioiimuli.Mii wouldn't budge. When regular doetors failed, Hid una remedy after mint her proved Useless, many Kiild: "I nhoiild think lio Would givo it up and save Ins money." Of his condition lit this time, Mr. Jones hays: " My rheumatism Marled In my right, thigh, but in limit it ap peared in every ...

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. — 21 April 1905

KANSAS CITY'S LEADING DRUG GIST. At ' :!imi street tuny lie found mir of ilir in iil si iiiul most iiptoilato Inn.: Simi in Hie city. Tills place ! 1 1 1 1 s i I !! tin' prtili" hi fM'fy race lov m.: i i ' i i 11 i'l Kiiiia- City It Is nwiH'il .11 i "ii. I'ii t. .1 I'v .1. I. McCumpliHI .,. . V II ll'iiiviiiti u.i mi' piifi-ly l.ii.-.i- '.' ! I ii ' - ati'l as Mich (('otitlntH'il from first pao.) lit'ltiK much improved. Mm. Ia'Iut Thomas ami llttlo ilntiKh trr spi'tit last Sunday In Kansas, City visit ItiK frli'iids. Mr. .latri's Clilnr. sold Ills farm of ll'ii urn's, consideration $l,iitM, ami has Imiiulit a liiinii' at Independence, Mo., and will tin i liis family iu tlx' near future. Mrs l. ltriiwn spent a few days vis- See Our Window Display for Elegant Easter Suitings Order Early to Avoid Uusli Work New York. Chicago. -I i ri !. 1 - Mil - - III I I." ;i :i .in i v.itnpli' id i. ... . i.M pi -l;i I l. ln - 't K a ti -;t . City w ill; a ; M' and an ut.l'ur.' I IV'. Siaiv of , itl...

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. — 28 April 1905

If Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME X. INDEPENDENCE, MO., ITEMS. Mr. William Griggs died this, Mon day, afternoon. Easter services were held at all the churches. Mrs. P. Scott has gone to Kentucky to visit her parents, who are both very feeble. The school concert, given last Fri day night was largely attended. Miss Jx'HHle St. Clair, one of last years graduates, Is learning to be a dressmaker. Wo are glad to know that some of the class Intend to do something. Two of them taught school and one is attending school, four of tho other seven may bo seen on tho streets at anytime, tho other three are at home. St. Anns court elected officers last week, or I might say elected a ma tron, as she was tho only officer elect ed by ballot, others wore elected bv standing votes and acclamation. As usual St. Anns has a question. I sup pose the Grand court must decide. If the court fails to pay a sick sister her sick benefits and she dies, has the court the right to pay the money to relati...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 28 April 1905

Bride s Shirt Waist. II. I- !: description of n shirt a- Ju-l completed for liveliest brides of t lie w.i.t wliii-li CI.. of tin. Ir.ot:t h : The w.iM, which n In pale blue l;r. ti, was tnluoliii red ttion tin1 front whit wl.il J. ink Mlse-d ty garden pinks, each ail! in k. The em- Vroiili ty was done in mercerized lin en. Tin. waist was buttoned with hire.-. blue linen buttons, Hat, with a Junk worked on top of i nch anil raised ty padding. The slock was In blue with raised links running around it. At the front tl.cn were tabs embroid ered am! shaped like carnation. And tti each cuff there were stuffed or padded pinks wrought out lu the most beautitul nnitiiit r. Thi-i waist, which wa far from be ing an expensive waist, was so taste fully planned, and so prettily execut ed, that it took its place with the handsomest waists of the trousseau. Another one was executed alone simi lar lines, hut was in sheer linen, the flowers being roses and the contrast ing color a very deep rose shad...

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. — 28 April 1905

There la no Rochella 8alts, Alum, Llmo or Ammonia In food made with THE HUNTING CABIN NEAR NEWCASTLE. COLO.. OCCUPIED BY THE PRESIDENT AND PARTY Calumet Tha Presence of Christ. Hers, In my workshop, where I toll Till the head and hands ore well-nigh spent; Out on thp ronil. where dust nm! nll Fall thick on garment worn and rent; Or In thf kiuhcn, where ! bake The bread the little children ent ile comes: Ills hand of strength 1 tnke. And every homely task grows sweet. I sit aranng the bonks I love, Or bend above life's ilenreKt Ttnok. 8ofter than wing of whitest dove. Kinder than friend's moot welcome look, lie broods upon the page rend; He tells me He Is nt my side. Even here He Klves whnt most I need. And stays by me, my blessed Utilde. Oh, Mnster, while the moments drift So fust. away, till night dtaw near. Be with me ptlll. thnt 1 may lift I'neeaxlimly, my snug of cheer. I would not have an hour apart From Thee, sweet Lover, matchless King. Abide with me. Take Thou mv heart; Low ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 28 April 1905

THE RISING SON. UlflSWOODS Bohdmi Managw. Published rery Week RISINO SON HUBLISHINGCO isTMCHSCKllTlON BATES: fta Tar I.i mo i hi rii month On ajunib . . a m . .7) . .m . .if ulctlj pnM In adnne tnUnd at fit I'imt Ofir al KauOtijt a Stcoitd Ci'it Mutter. OirrpoiiriinU wan tod In every city IBS' town m this UU Write uh. AU new matter Intended for pub lication should reach our otllre rn.it la lr than Tut f'lav, of each week and butt be signed tiy the writer not (or publication, but a. guarantee of auth antirltv. WFICIl-No. 117 West Slxtl. St., Kansas City. Me. Advertising RhUi, Evroaetaoh, in Innertloo I H at on Inrli. i-arh utru.iiot tn.rrtlun iu iir to ItwkM, lhrc monih IUO Fortwo laciir. moDtli 100 For to Inrh, nino month 10 U0 Far to Ini'titM tw-ln uiunthi 19 00 OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE REST. i 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 sp'rial ilit'tu...

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. — 28 April 1905

THE RISING SON, Ktigmo VmiRnn, Agt. Kansas City, Ka. Split Lof. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. Remember please It ' the little bits we collect here and there That enable, u to run from jrenr tu year." LOCALS. The wife of the Rev. T. J. Peck Is able o get tip and around a little, after a long Illness. The Working Men's Club will meet every week at its hall, 18th and Har rison. GEO. SMITH, Chairman. Senator arner and his wife have gone to Excelsior Springs, where they will spend ten day. All matters relating to the Mrs. Roosevelt Souvenir Entertainment see 1014 E. 10th St. Mrs. C. E. Cummlngs, Chairman. The Knights Templars held their annual sermon last Sunday at the Second Uiiptlst church. The attend ance was good. For the past year we have told you to have your news in the office by Wednesday not later or It will be held for next week. For rent 1712 Troost avenue, nice ly furnished room; all modern; bath and heat. Call up Mrs. A. Harper, telephone 29C3 Walnut. C. W. Bailer and ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 28 April 1905

The Willow 1 Wlt'nv, !:!: Willi S .it I;'. .. Unit it- t 1 , . r il'.:,t,:liifc;. r tl.ov To .1 t'"U : in1 !. .11 I ): ii Urn; t.n fully j.-t p. A v .mi . ,.i. I tutu to Willi t In- IKH" t .if t!.i' V.'ll i . II '-'. fi.l !' Ill .'.. In !, . 'i si m 1'.;;. in In IN '' l'i"-' ' All 11,. Ail tli. j.iv ..f rh.ll II) . . f if Mil! It Nnv Utti.ins Tini. j ft ..:.:.--!-t. 1 .v I .-aid Jul II I'. v, "luck , : iiie. 1 e ba.i il or. my : to .ii-i; .ii- Ph. p s l' j - i-i iiii'D'i - I've pi: word mi 'hat Pin sure Y'lt M Is il. ,nl a.: lit;- tm, cii- v i n.; many me f ir Islled Up the she would ay hear ' m. Im' e. i! sue con. ii omy I can't g-T a I'liance ! The mumetit I get alone with l.er and pet my month open to say those words tome one aays breaks in. either her nioih-r or that fool Iiemp.-cy whos dantlit.g after her." "Why don't you write "em and send "em by post?" ak"d the Captain. "Itecaitse they were made up be rpoken, and it took six months nearly to get '(in together. They wouldn't p...

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. — 28 April 1905

CUBAN MINISTER tt.e U.S. Recommends Pe-ru-na. Senor Quesada. Cuban Minister to the United States, Senor Quesada. Cuban Minister to the United Stated, is an orator born. In an article in The Outlook for July, 18'.)Q, by George Herman, who heard Quertada, apeak at the Estcban Theatre, Matanzos, Cuba, he said: "I have seen many audiences under the spell of eloquent speech and in the grip of strong emotional excitement: but 1 have rarely witnessed such a scene an at the clone of Quesada's eulogy upon the dead patriot, Marti." In a letter to The l'eruna Medicine Com pany, written from Washington, D. C, Senor Quesada says: Peruna can recommend as a very good medi cine. It is an excellent strengthening tonic, and it is also an efficacious cure for the almost universal complaint of catarrh. "Gonzalo De Quesada. Congressman J. II. Bankhcad. of Ala bama, one of the most influential mem bers of the House of Representatives, in a letter written from Washington. D. C, gives his endorsement to th...

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. — 28 April 1905

KANSAS CITY'S LEADING DRUG GIST. At L'::in Vino mpm-I nuiy ho founil one of tho nratrst uul nio?i up to ilalo linn; Stun s in the city. This place fchmiM lie the prl.lo nf every raee lnv Itii; fit i 'I'll Hi' KillisiiM ("ity. U Is owneil at!. I etl l leteil by J. 'I'. Mel'iltnpliell atet W. II. Houston who are nirely KmI'.h Ci'y piii.luets an I as such liiiiihi af lea-t n reie a fair hare tif tin- ilnm I'tiiiin ss In re. Their sue-ri'- stainls fnrth as an example of ha' iiiiulit lie aeeiiniplisheil I'V the yinini: Xi'st . of Kansas (.'ity with a linn'. 1 eapl'al iitiil an iinllmltdl aimuiiit 1 1" in re. (Continued from first 1bko.) lielnK much Improved. Mrs. lenor Thomas ami little (laugh ler spent last Sunday In Kansas City isitlliK friends. Mr. .Inmes Oiinn sold lils farm of 12t acres, consideration fl.TiOO. and haa luiii:ht a home at Independelice, Mo., and will move his family in the near future. Mrs K. ltrown spent a few days vis it it. at Trenton last week, the guest of Mrs. W...

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. — 12 May 1905

I Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME X. gar HON. E. S. JEWETT. Hon. E. S. Jewett, the General Pas senger agent of the Mo-Pacific rail road has returned after spending three months visiting the European countries of note and interest. Col. Jewett en joyed his trip very much and is look ing very well. The Colonel has a diary and sketches of many interest ing things which came under his ob servation during his travel. HON. GARDNER LATHROP. Hon. Gardner I-athrop, one of Kan sas City's leading citizens and her most noted lawyer, has left for Chica go, where he enters upon his duties as solicitor for the Santa Fe railroad. Kansas City regrets to lose her great public spirited citizen. Mr. Iathrop was held in the highest esteem by all who knew him. The bar, the clergy, the merchants. In fact everybody was always ready to do him honor because of his great brilliancy and strong in tegrity. All wish him success in bis new field of labor. tie - "4 i SENATOR WARNER Senator Warner will s...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 12 May 1905

vk irrr.. i w . WHAT SMART WOMEN ARE Vienna Biscuits. Those arc gi.ml to pat wild not diffl "ii: '(i make. Knit two ounces of but ter tit:e '.y in'o four ounces flour nnd i.i.o ounce of simar and a pinch of salt. P-it the olk of otic pk In a cup. add a I;'?!.' ti.ilk to It. pour thorn among the dry iucri'ilii r.ts. making them Into a soft, but not sticky paste. Roll out Pbout an eighth of an Inch thick, cut i; out Into rounds about the size of the ti -p if a claret plnss: out of haif of il..- rntino a smaller round from the t purer ut tf;esc cakes on to a ti: r. ! tin ard bake In a slow oven a jaie brown polor. M It two 0 iins f eood ci ocolatp in a pan. It tr.m-t tct boil. Spread snmo of the n . cr.oce'atp eti o: p of Dip cake 1 t d i :! ai.n'lur that lias tlie renter o .' ipW'kly on the top. Propped like wph all. .lust In fore serving pur (i i ii-ee cf red j lly in the- center. mm . VP " .fl if Hut t fMipoci'y and grateful light r.ess are combined in this Ilttio coatee slum ! pel,...

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. — 12 May 1905

Longing. at) the myrlii.l moods of mind That ihnumh the mul lomi- thronging Which our was e'er mi dear, so kind, So beautiful as I.oimlun:? 'he thliiK we I'x'k for. tlmt we nre For one transeendant moment. Before the present t'linr and bur? Can make its sneering comment. Still, tlirongh our paltry stir nnd strife, Ulnwn down the wished lili'iil. Anil I.miKlng molds In elny what IK Carves in the mnrhle real: To let the new lire In, we know, Desire must ope 1 lie portal; perhaps the loiiKlnn to he so Helps mako thu soul Itnmortnl. Longing I Cod's fresh heavenward will With our poor earthward striving! We quench it. that we may be still Content with merely living: Hut. would we learn that heart's full scope Whloh w nre hourly wronging. Our liven must cllmh from hope to hope And realize uur longing. Ah! let us hope that to our praise (Jood Hod not only reckons The moments when 'we trend his ways. Hut when the spirit beckons That some sllKht gooil Is also wrought Heyond self-sat Isfaetlo...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 12 May 1905

THE KISIXG SON. iBWlfi WOODS Buwcpm Manager. Published Every Work RISINCi SON PUBLISHING CO iWMMi.CKU'TlON UATKS: , "r .. . . B i fro inn rnr in. t ir.i On aiinto I dirlctlr paid In advance) tntrii at the l'tirt Ofire at Kantat CilJ, at tcm.d ('i.. Matter. Correspondent wanted In every city tn4 town id tlil state. Write us. All news matter Intended for pub lication shoulii reach our otlk'o not la lef than Tutsday, of each week and mutt be signed by the writer nut lor publication, but as guarantee of auth-ntielty. IFFICI1-N0. 117 Wait Slxtt. Kanaae City, Mo. St., Advertising RhUI, for one tch, one Insertion I M or ou Inch. each autiaeo,uol Insertion M I'or two tnraeii, three roiwiiu luO r,ir I wo liciif , ! miintli I 00 fur two Inch., nlnA aionthn tun) For two iBCbtw twelve niuolht It 00 CLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL w THE RFST. Hfr The paid circulation of The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly nev...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 12 May 1905

THE RISING SON. .Kugeno Yaugiin, Agt. Kansas City, Km. H38 Split Lor. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. Remember pleiwe It's the little bits we collect here and there That eoablee ua to run from year to year." LOCALS. Tbi8 meeting will be held under the auspices of the colored Methodist Ministers' Alliance. All matters relating to the Mrs. Roosevelt Souvenir Entertainment see 1014 E. 10th St. Mrs. C. E. Cummlngs, Chairman. For the past year we have told you to have your news In the office by Wednesday not later or It will be held for next week. For rent 1712 Troost avenue, nice ly furnished room; all modern; bath and heat. Call up Mrs. A. Harper, telephone 29G3 Walnut. James Thomas of 140(5 Woodland Ave. .dropped dead at the Soldiers' Home In Leavenworth last Monday. He was a member of Allen Chapel, and well known in this city. Have your children save some of their change and teach them to start a bank account at the Pioneer Trust Company. He or she can start with $1.00. The compa...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 12 May 1905

Mv Garden 1 en. 1 v . ti In mv S'Hil. 1 iii.n I I i: An! :. o I- r :I1 . '. I' 1.."i. . 1 As I 'l:s .is Tw . V. I l y " ml : I. T . - ri - I 1 .. a'l And r.i. my I I -.; right. I'1' nni! tnoif y C.il-n. Sherwlck and meir w-te ting aj.r.n after six jears O-ir first acquaintance da'ed back to Yah' das. The t:.r-e f t;.- took ; our r- cue ir ! -kor:!y af' ! r i',.e out the -ve . nlisre.i, wi'h I!"i'M'eit s. r.d-ti w, TO 'i:rt s tin sutuc ear. ' s.ini iii.il s r.'. n s lae Hilinn OIU rwnrd. win n the war ; st,ry nf a poor man's love and a rich Spanish-American war i man's runny; a w,ak daughter and by common consent, J a stern father. We were practical At the end of hostll-j ly engaged to bo married, although t home to California. t!i"re had not been any netual be- hh-Twiek strmk a g vermin n: joti in I'oi'o It. co. an I I ma le an ecstatic dash for my old quarters In New York. As luck would have it, we all came out without a scratch. Colin wa-- Kast on some legal busi ness, and Sherwlc...

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