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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 12 May 1905

WOMAN Tor the relief and cure ct the many del icate, intricate and obstinate ailment peculiar to her ei, a remedy carefully devised and adapted to her delicate organization by an experienced and killed physician. Such a remedy is Dr. Pierce Favorite 1'reccription. The treatment of many thousands of those chronic weaknesses and distress ing ailments peculinr to females, at the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y., has afforded a vast ex perience in nicely adapting and thor oughly testing remedies for the cure of Woman's peculiar maladies. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is the outgrowth, or result, of this great and valuable experience. Thousands of testimonials received from patients and from physicians who have tested it in the more aggravated and obstinate cases which had baffled their skill, prove it to be a superior remedy for the relief and cure of suffering women. It is not recommended as a "cure-all," but as a most perfect specific for wom an's peculiar a...

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. — 12 May 1905

M'otit iniii'il from firt pin;v) lxitm ininii imiMWi'i!. Mr. TLntua." anil litllf iUurIi- tor spoilt Sunday in Kansas I'ity a i.-itiin: frion.ls. Mr. .tairos fliinn s l. liis farm of 1:'" acres, coiim 'It-ration ll.r.on. anil lia I'lmulit a I. or.io at I1H1 peti.lt nee, .Mi)., an. I will move li:.- family in the near fumr.-. Mrs j. I '.roust pt m a few ilay is a' Trillion la.-l week, the Kill"', of Mrs. Win. linl'itiMitt. A l.ions an I S'a:iforl Maliery w ill law the fitt of tux; inon 1 h for W.Mls.r, Mo. A STItAXf.Kll. T ir.. 1. AGENTS WANTED '.I K.n!. if. r Jl.ir ir.-. K -a ! aao A pa a r i:i 'Lis pap r. also o:u..r -ay of it. .". M.u : hi. Ii.'l.. writes: ' ;:!. . ;,. cr.-at hair r -n-iiv.i; it." :i::r.. 1. M'oii. 111., writes: i .. ; .i.i 1 . U. a I tin ir ; . 1 .'.-i i:'.'. Va.. w ri'i's : iv : ! has .l.iiii. i::y ! '!lim any'hitii; 1 ever KINK-INE MAKES TMI HAIR GROW LONG. STRAIGHT, SOFT AND SILKY. CURES DANDRUFF AND STOPS FALLING HAIR. KINK-INE la no Experiment t- wnit!eiviTi...

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. — 19 May 1905

II Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son V. VOLUME X. INDEPENDENCE NOTES. Miss Zypher Jones and Master Wil lie Ewlng won the prizes for spelling Wednesday night at A. M. E. church. The first picnic of the season will be Riven by the Macedonlas, May 19. The Millinery Club held their open ing Thursday night and was well pat ronized. The hats were beautiful. Mrs. Rogers certainly understands the work. Mrs. M. I. Jenkins, Misses J. E. Pen nick and Nellie Raglan and Professor Harrison wore the teachers elected. We are very proud that Miss Nellie was successful as she is a home girl. No, Mr. K. C. Principal, Prof. Har rison is elected and you gained noth ing by bringing men to Independence, Mo., and I hope every one will sooner or later find you out. You better be paying your honest debts and taking care of your family. It will take a better man than you to get Mr. Har rison out. Rev. Wlnrow has moved In the par sonage. Rev. Brown of the A. M. E. church, says he will be glad when school clo...

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. — 19 May 1905

Jornm For Large Women. A style t f bodice becoming to large email is that made with Jacket trim's, r.ot the loose, hanging bolero fronts, hut a trim, tight fitting affair, nr.glc or double breasted, or fastened a: the 1 ft Mile. The Jacket comes be low the waist line in front, and It ha a una'.!, shaped lnsin hark; an In t,r vest with overlapping revers shows bitwccn, or above and below t!:e overliipiing Jacket fronts. One I o. nt that every woman at all lnclln- to stoutness should remember Is to keep the line of tier waist hue by cutting all her riot he w::h straiLht seam anil dart lines, ftn(: j la c:iir the waist line half nr. ir.ch hi low where she actually fills the line to ixist. A garment cut nn ir.eh too long wnlsted looks in f.n.ti lv bi tter than one a quarti r of tin :t;i h tun short waisted; esj eeia'ly is this to be notietil In the plain tailor roat made with single !' fronts. Wl.i n the roat har.gs open It rides up' in the bark when not Ions enough li. the waist, in. i...

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. — 19 May 1905

DEATH IN TRAILING SKIRT Danger That Lurks In Present Day Obedience to Fashion's Whim The following short story from the Woman's Journal Is very timely In the warning given against trailing skirts: Only a little dust, almost impercep tible dust, caught on the rug on the floor of the handsome hall. It was a Turkish rug, lying on the perfectly waxed, hardwood floor, In a tall where neatness seemed to reign along with alt the appointments of wealth. But there was that almost Imper ceptible dust. How did It come there? If you had ears that could hear Its voices It would tell you. It would say that It had clutched a fold on the beautiful lady'a gowa and come In from the street. It was a beautiful gown as well as a beautiful lady a tailor-made gown, and Its fashionable bias flounce trailed stylishly on the ground. Everything was stylish about the lady, from her fair face, with rather deep circles below the eyes, to her slender and handsome walking shoes. She walked trailing her gown proper...

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. — 19 May 1905

THE RISING SON. tSTK WOODS BufintM Manager. Published Eery Wpck RISING SON PUBLISHINCCO WSf 1WCHUTIDN HATKS: r.r l.l nwaiu ' r 'irw muntna aJ Ob month M (vlcily plJ In edtitnc f a(rd at Vif I'nut Ofire at Kant OitJ, 04 Stmd I'iuw Matter. CVirraxpondeDU wanted In esry city tad town in till state. Write us. All new matter tutended for pub lication should reach our office not la ter than Tuti(ln.T, of each week and nuit be signed by the writer nut for publication, but as guarantee of auth enticity. . tFFIOIl-No. 117 West Sltr. Kansas City, Me. St., Adytrtitliin RnMt, rf oae tach, one Inaertlnn I M ir out Inch, each eulieequent Inaertloo M f ir t lacee., thrve moniti I t ranwo lacnp. en miioui uu 'ortwoini'hn, ulna muume iuuu at two lnrbt twelve ojonthi It 00 OLDEST NECiRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL w THE RbST. Jfc Yhe paid circulation of The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. Success, in tvlia'cvcr...

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. — 19 May 1905

THE RI8INQ SON. Kugpne Vangan, Agt. Kana City, Kan. 938 Split Lor. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. Remember pleaoe It's tAe Utile blta we collect here and there That aaablea ua to run from year to year." LOCALS. Senator Warner left last night for Washington, D. C. A man who "knows it all" spends most of his time telling It George Teeters spent Sunday In Se dalia, Mo., with his wife. The annual sermon of the Odd Fel lows was preached last Sunday at the Second Baptist church. Mrs. W. H. Donafleld, 3020 Chest nut, was quite 111 last week, but Is somewhat improved at this writing. Prof. Joe E. Herreford of Chllllcothe, Mo., was a visitor to the City last week and paid his respects to the Son. The Son will publish next week the views of the school principals on the school question which it has been agi tating. For rent 1712 Troost avenue, nice ly furnished room; all modern; bath and heat. Call up Mrs. A. Harper, telephone 29C3 Walnut. The Son is very grateful for the in crease of the...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 19 May 1905

The Real Friend Vyfrj l I'l'unt i1"-m Mm f)iilto a fiinrl. Wlui:. -r lit lit!', iiki-. or fume, Vilutt M.ut.'iiiiKly w.ml.l itnn.l 1 lie I'idi.oi 1 cunnut Justly claim. Nor M (i frlml In him t find. Wlai-tr In;) w.-iillh. or r.H-e. or State, Win, Knnii'ti.iw, olu I Inclined My work tj underestimate. Nut. b'tr far tlinn hnth of th. My frlfti.1 l h.-. t..th ilav and nmht. Win. If ln Jii.lniii.'rit hurt or ptiue, Want but to Jiulit nf ni tultcht. Ljnii, Boston Olobe. THE (YSTIfrRY or (Copyright, 1900, by "You said. I hellove, that expense iv;is tin ohji-rt If t could secure the ij;!it sort of piny for you," remarked :n.' dramatic agent tentatively. "Yes, yes." rcplii'il the woman boat ing her foot Impatiently on the rue "Of course I did. Now don't you waste i finale minute with your dickering. Mr. Levy. I simply must have a new lay for next seasou and It is getting tery late and I am able to pay well for it if it is right. Hut mind you it must suit my style of work and be shfolutely ne...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 19 May 1905

tenawm ana anawanaa r ffipnTOio)iin , NUfliJlUilira 1S?"WI , I.'.. If ri'W-U mua,JLI.....IlIJ il JiJIMWWW AYegetaule Rrfparationfor As similating the Food andBegub tlng the Stomachs andDowcls of Promotes Dige9tjon.Cheerful nessandRest.ContaLns neither Opium.Morphine norMiuexaL Not Karc otic. A perfect Remedy for Constipa tion, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions .Feverish nessandLossoF SLEEP. Facsimile Signature of KEW YDBK. For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of JAP mi In Use For Over Thirty Years ii ui - -e in mi eeemua Hiiwn. new torn air. 1 M tt 1 1 i im.i1!1," 1 n too The Shoes wer Awarded Crand Prize at St. Louis World's Feb The PATRIOT BHOK for Man la made from all leathers. over stylish comfortable Ima, to lit any loot. Tbey ara uoooyeer weita, wmco mesas nexime soles, witn no was or cacas lu Irrltata tba lout. Tba MAVi'l.OWKK SHOK for Want Is made la welt, anil band tarn.. Is st rllab, durable and oomfortable. Aaa rour dealer...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 19 May 1905

AGENTS WANTED T.i !! K:nK uiiv U-;i l a.io jm it m.'ti' iNt- M r in Mil i:iT. also w li.i' "ir i "tin t .-ay "f 1'. Mini.l W:!.m. Marion, In-I . n'f: T.i -.11 Kini "I". Mi.- tn at lniii ! :n : m 1:1 . n.lln:: it." .i: ;. S .1:1:11. f. V.'-ii. , writ-'x: .-- ; t : . !. 11. r mil cr.nv. r. K. a. I tin ir j ,! f .. - r.i " Kaniiy M. y. rs. I :m ill.'. Vx, wri'.'s: I a:a '-':i l ! ay that i' lul.-i .lull.' my li- a I ti;ni.' - ..! Mian anything l over I!.;.. .V'arfa. 'Jn.. writ.'?: S. ti.l iii" tlir f iI".p.mi mot'" dottle of a l..r':. tii.'i.t . Krwhrr.. in tliis I'lil'iT, a'i ! woil.s won ' r-s ..'i thf liair." I.an:.. I'"'.' s.nl r-j.iiiil f.r six f..r $1 1:'.. an I i.tir iln.-n fur $ M". i'Ki:i:: h..w ha, kinkinio m .! M ti l 1".'. an. I " will mail a sain ). i.st;..ii I. .....;i's v;in!.'.l ' vi ry.vli.'ro Id s"!l KINK INK. Writ.- t.nlay f.r t-nin. THE KIN KIN E COMPANY. 3U West 14th St., NEW YORK. Lincoln Institute Gets 177.400. Lincoln Institute. tln stato normal schol for tti.' ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 26 May 1905

1 Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME X. INDEPENDENCE, MO. The funeral of Willie Griggs who cllod Tuesday morning, from the ef fects of being struck by an unknown person with a rock a week ago, was held Saturday afternoon at the A. M. E. church. Willie was a favorite with the girls and boys of the city, there fore It was an exceptionally sad af fair. Willie was 20 years of age, and was a great help to his mother. His father died four weeks ago, two deaths in the family inside of a month. Wil lie's casket was completely covered with flowers. He leaves a dear moth er, two sisters and one brother to mourn his untimely death. Mrs. Ixira I oniric is much improved at this writing and there are hopes of her recovery. Revs. Allen and Wlnrow spent last week in St. Louis. We hope the sermon preached to the class Sunday night by Rev. Allen will be heeded by the young girls, and that they will try to do something to show their appreciation to parents and teachers. Rev. McCampbell and Mrs...

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. — 26 May 1905

wcswenS p IiTtepests Sorre Nfvv Sty'es. s:.. i .. t . n o-c u be 'pul;i r. . c i I.'; f"i n w.arhll? for clay f .11 - S ! ,i .! .; t.ibr.o, a'.-n. are con- ,.,:. ! 'V This ffi-r! is he- :i.wii :f. Mmi-os; a shaded c!uf-t.-i: ::m d. th !ijt of the blouse, l.i !..!.: till it to a ';u oko or n I. -I: i- i.ir. I i ! ; lt of -l.o cici pest tone, :: 1 .i.kvjv i!i!iv;tiliiiiir to t lit' a at.il !, . . n versing in ri of with the fill', puffed t. ; - o' ! r !, r tor..-, an.', tho f I'i : : r V. , -. " . !!.o of tl:o liirhti r out', .t ;:-.' s!..i-.d f-"ln a de'i. ate HIllM 1 :.. !'..i::.i was t ti;lotil itl i : i!.. : . iitii! another as . t : - ' a '. i f is ,i ive. It; si. of n;:i- tr. i:i n.riw to !!! is a fa- . . ..:? ! .tit;. a:i.! so is from t : . . i ,'iY "t... ; i:n . n toiiii.i: 'o :t . ; al-o a j r r y ir. :i:o.;.i i' i f-t- ' ;!!'.! irra .-liot ui'h m -lilt ti yd: v . - I1 ' - i. 'i.a!! jor'iotis. mm h as : ' a !!";- r.i'le r tlum a full '- raiftot:. 'k:ti won!. ti n-a't r:a:'. a...

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. — 26 May 1905

THE WRONG WAY TO WALK Inelegant and Slovenly Gait Noticed All Too Frequently. Walking one of the most popular and beneficial exercises -Is veil dis cussed In Good Housekeeping: Very stout or slouchy people allow the abdomen to "lead." Brain, work ers, worriers, all nervous and physi cally uncultivated people, let their heads lead; the head Is further ad vanced than any other part of the per son. Dyspeptics whose thoughts are centered on their stomachs, often un consciously lead with the waist line Just over the offending organ. Oc casionally a weak-willed person per mits the knees to lead. W hen a thin, bad walker moves rapidly, there often seems to be a race between nose and linees. and yon watch to see which will arrive at the goal first. When a young woman's skirt and a .young tcan's trousers show a bulging shape over the knees, their owners are leading sedentary lives or have never learned to walk correctly. This part of the lower limbs should be kept straight, and the ball of t...

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. — 26 May 1905

THE RISING SON. UVUTWOODS Buajncaa Maaagwr. Published E.ery Week RISING SON PUBLISHINGCO WSUHsiCKtlTlON HATKS: i r i.1 moan, 9 riree uiuntn. M On nunia 1 curtly pitlJ In ad.anoa tnfrtd at the I't Ofict at ffanta CWy, M 5crui CW.' Jfatier. Oorrenpondeou wanted la every city ad town m this state. Write ua. All news niatter intended fur pub lication should reach our ottice nut la lor than Tuteday, of each week and mutt be signed by the writer not for publication, but ax guarantee of auth aotleity, )r"FICIl-No.. 117 West 8l-.tr. St., Kansas City. Mo. AdvertialiiH RhUI, fat laeh, on In.ertliin I 80 at one Inch, each .ulitrgueot In.ertlon .U r two larkr, thn mitntb 1. 00 Portwo lai-he, sii month I no for t wo lnch. Din month 10 00 fa two lacbv iwelv mouth II 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 newspapers. SCHOOL PATRONS SHOULD AS SERT...

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. — 26 May 1905

THE RISING SON. Eugene VangHn, Agt. Kansas City, Kan. 98H Split Lor. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. Remember pleane lt'i the little blu we collect here and tbere That enable ua to run from year to year." LOCALS. Mrs. John Harden Is no better. Mr. George Chinn Is gradually im proving. Mrs. Laura Walton of Wellington vas here Sunday. Prof. K. Kyle of Brookfield, Mo was In the city this week. Rev. A. A. Gilbert spent several days in St. Louis last week. Sam Jones of Leavenworth, Kan., was a visitor in the city last week. Mrs. Maggie Burton returned home from Eudora, Kan., Friday morning. Quite a number of young people of Hlgglnsville were here Sunday. Mr. John Galbreth of Lincoln, Neb., is here visiting his parents and friends. Mrs. L. J. Holly and her son, Lucian, have returned home from Washington, D. C. Mr. A. W. Walker of Lexington came to the city on business this week. A neat furnished room that will suit your fancy at 127 West 7th St., will open Monday. The Mrs. Roosevelt s...

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. — 26 May 1905

t F:pIanation. Jr m . . i. .- i. i.'i'.i wi'h . IT VF'-S ..:v.x-..r 5f,lta5 VSr :. ,, -v.;" !'-.:;:'"' if' i i ' . i i .i' .i ir .-.tti..' ii.'u A . I ... :in ." f " ' hen 1 ! I l-.i V t: . I 'I:.' .'"' ' - J-:1 1. v I.. . 1 ! . . I . 1 . ! ' ' i . ..i, I I : ' : " I I i.. r . I i .1. II.- t..... fit jj '. ! l ... v..., . ! n it. in tli.it. U Vv!.:!,)!lill Sl.xr. Painting oS ! m II ,,,y int. n ..-I.!. EST BELLE: 1 :".".. I.y Pally St..ry I'ult. It had It. : an .-ly but day. 1 nf wind i. warm puff ;. w );n Ipnnis of l.'iiti.ilrK I lit In tw. ni these pit (Ts 1. :e I. :i . s mily T a f:i;t:t whi.-p Mrri'.l I The ; ! li. l is ti.nl n tin ir i 11 uf aii'uii;i::i! ur.t U'ij.a- I farmer, 1. atiii: languid- ! ;.rk. wis scanning the ' that passed the field , a t.i; !!'!:.- ly on his hay 'oi::.try r. .1.1 where he was at u. :U. At la.-t he saw the !. k. -d for clo-.i.l of ilust. ami then tame it. to his vision t'ne little, fat pony a:ii will, plia.toti which was reined up at the fetu while a...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 26 May 1905

Ki ' 1 V?? MILDRED KELLER RESTORED TO HEALTH. THANKS TO PE-RU-NA. Friends Were Alarmed Advised Change of Climate. Miss Mildred Keller, 718 13th street, N. V., Washington, L). C, writes: "I can safely recommend 1'eruna for catarrh. I had it for years and it would respond to no kind of treatment, or if it did it was only temporary, and on the slightest provocation the trouble would come back. ' I mi In such a atate that my friends were 'Jar tried about me, and I waa advise' to leave this climate. Then I trleJ Peruna, and to my great joy found It helped me from the first doae I took, and a few bottles curea me. "It built up my constitution, I re gained my appetite, and I feel that I am perfectly well and stroinf," Mildred Keller. We have on file many thousand testi monials like the above. We can give our readers only a slight glimpse of the vast array of unsolicited endorsements lr. Uartman is receiving. ashday means a day of bard labor to house keepers. Hut there is great sntisfiietio...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 26 May 1905

AGENTS WANTED Ti si-U Kink-lno. Hi'.nl rnuvA pa-a nit'tit t-lsowlicro In pnpT, aU what our custoimT iny of it. Mau l Wilson. Marion, Iml , rites: hair KliiU 1 Ihc mvat in it fonimi n.litii; it." i;. s.iiimh. r, Alton. I'.!-, writf: nor aii'l i;nnvt r. Ki ail tliolr iIm " M. v.ts, 1.ui il'.t'. Va., writes: To soil pleas-in M i: Ft raid. ; ilorf'si t K.itno 'I ii m !:..! to say fiat it has i.m my hoa I more i:hI than anything I ever I1S1'I." I;.-..- Holt. AM.mt.i. ia.. writes: ' Sf... I t.i.' t! I lo'oti more liotth'S of nUi i' moiit . lso lute in this paper, an.l woiKs won. lers on tie1 l.air.' l.ari:" hot lie sent propai.l ftr "'; t-ix for f and one ilo.-n for M.l". Ki:!'!: to -how !.-. KINKIN'I' will il l s-'ii. I IV. an.! e will mail a sum pl" i..-t;;ii.I. A-'- tits wan'ol ovoryh"re 1 1 sell KINK INI. Write to. lay for t.'tnis. THE KINKINE COMPANY. 343 West 14th St., NEW YORK. Lincoln Institute Gets 577,400. Lincoln Institute, the state normal sthol for the colori'.l people, loeat...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 2 June 1905

J 1 l .,-.. II Pays to Advertise' the Rising Son VOLUME X. KANSAS CITY, KANSAS ITEMS. Commencement at Western Univer sity, Thursday, June 8. Rev. E. R. Vaughan has had the sermons in charge for sometime. This is looked forward to as a great commencement. There will be eleven graduates from the different departments this year. Dr. W. D. Chappolle, secretary of the Sunday School Union, at Nashville, Tenn., delivered an address to the college society of Western University Wednesday night. He reports the work throughout the connection in good condition. Mrs. Mnrtha Fields of Eighth and Freeman avenue died Saturday, May 27. Her funeral was held at the First A. M. E. church Sunday at 2 o'clock. The juvenile choir of the First A. M. E. church will render a program at the A. M. E. church of Argentine in the near future. Mrs. J. A. Ewlng of 19GC North 4th street is unable to be out of doors this week. The Alpha Art club met at Mrs. Bufords this week. Dr. F. C. Goodwin, D. D. S., the subject ...

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

Ir? Woi??ei?;s Intepests In all Shades and Colors. iiol.l'e Illinois SOUie M) I l.ll'Ot'- .' they i( it- nothing but bits of I II ii t II: hi ni.'i t . .He! f!;ui',i' s'llff. ' intrilur ill :n t . :) '!.! ii. on1 i T a I ' i r : t ' I ; ti ti sui's Ii :l iki' si ui.tiitig l-.ttle w I"'1' "hi'r.ind voi'.c anl i jo uits M-a! : '! be mi mill h in v ii!t tn-i- sum- r Nim 'y nine wi' of :i li'indnd " white in nl.il.h Hi ii a 1 1 i ;- -Tri n'aue 'f uii il a' ; tin' 1 . 1 11 I : il'li l ii'- v! si ,i-lit ; I ':n! i if pink or hi in' ml: ! r.il wi rr f : -r. T!'- Mine' s, i nliii i i! ones, if I'.m :l t:t" n 1 1 . 1 be called nil iil'y i'i i" tel upon li ii.'! mtriit v . 'ti 'hi it-. !! 1 ' an SI) lll'll- ir. u.-ii-rv and vpitM'e of 11' tr.-t .'''II tlliv hand lull links fi-r t; iriiin:t; J I il V o ,1 I Mil ca'i i ; ff j'l-' a li w tl re it; i! :i'" '!. liin !'! (i'MWI uoi'K ll tho.-o wot T t ;i : ! 1 1 ' r .'N,' r..:-!. i I'.rmlf r io Ani-l.il-f i I ns 1 D.i- r. Oil;- ol' these .! !i- tii...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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