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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 2 June 1905

Had Birth in 1760 (Special Correspondence.) Old New England Town Only Place of Its Name in the United Statee Home of Famous Men. GOVERNMENT LIGHT. HISTORIC CHICKAMAUGA PARK AS-AZE WITH ILLUMINATION. . i. ! uoscawen is a quiet nine eew . . , . , Ivlnc on the west bank. . " . . land town of the Merrimac river, and about aeven miles north of Concord. It en Joys the distinction of being the only place of the name in the country. It certainly is a word of pliable orthog raphy, for a curious postmaster copied thirty-three different methods of spell In the name in two years. Who flrst suggested the name Is not clear, but it appears first in a call for the first town meeting over the signa ture of Joseph Coffin, and dated April 30. 1760. The name was given In honor of Admiral Edward de Boscawen of the English navy, whose fame was lirlght at this time, for he had Just Tought a great battle with the French navy off Cape Vincent and had nearly annihilated it. One other spot in the world bears ...

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. — 2 June 1905

FHK RISING SON ' J V 18 WOODS Bumbi-m H map. Published Kvrry Wee HISIN030N HUBLISHINCCO tf I H jU U IT 1 0 N it A T KS: ! -r M 1 1 tnoe.n . 'ire luentna Oat moniti 16 iweUt pilj In dnoo tnUrd at tht 'f Orft at Kantnt OitJ, at Stand VUim Mutter. Correspondent wanted in every city 404 town iu tilt Ute. Write us. All news matter lntn Jod for pub lication should reat'h our office not la ter th in Tilt iUy, of each week and muit be signed by the writer nut for publication, but as guarantee of auth entlclty. IFFIOBl-No. 117 Weat Slfttr. St., Kansas City, Mo. SMBBHHBI1 W 1 Ml B A4 vertialntf Rntti, Pr oa lih. on Iniartlen M ot on Inrh. each uhr.lunt Insertion .Ju fur too tarae, three momo I. US Furtwo lache, ill notili loo For two IOih, Dins moo lb 10 01) Mlwolocbet tel month IS 00 OLDEST NECiRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE REST. ilte paid circulation of The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. AS- SCH...

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. — 2 June 1905

THE RISING SON. Eugene Yaufrnn, Agt. Kansita City, Ka. vm split Log. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo Remember pi cane It's the little bin we collect here end there That enable ue to run from year to year." LOCALS. The Burns Literary meets every Tuesday at 8 p. m. Mrs Mary Henderson is recovering from a recent illness. Mrs. John Davis of 1009 Lydia is contemplating a trip to New York. Miss Jennie Guy was absent from school one day last week on account ot illness. Mrs. Burton Hill of St. Louis is vis iting her mother, Mrs Sonla at 1308 Highland avenue. Mrs. Knox has moved Into her new home on Woodland avenue which her son, Raymond, has recently purchased. Mrs. Estella SaundeTs of Omaha, Neb., who has been here for the past few weeks returned home Wednesday morning. For rent 1712 Troost avenue, nice ly furnished room; all modern; bath and heat. Call up Mrs. A. Harper, telephone 29C3 Walnut. Mrs. J. N. Birch and children have gone to Wilmington, N. C, on an ex tended trip. She will r...

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. — 2 June 1905

At the T i 1m leiMlv x t.. i h" - ii mi it s. k : I'n 1 1 1 i T ". I' !-. 1 1 1 1 iv ! in i i Hi T.ik.. I'... s;. ekl": il i i...t ilrink. I -! . .! tl .) Ill I..- w.., li" Iter, 1'. I- IV. :-c ' - iiW !'. hit, 1 Mil l.n s ;i..- ; I .. h: Mik - 'ti !. .. : II, ,i,i thii.k. f i i : I I ,.. ..i.l for .i'M,.i Mink; I" -i 1 1 l Ti.it Ihr wii.is iifiiifi-. I'm. i ,.'i.il. in iv I., till , r; I - hi '' I. 'V hi I ,1', i .'t -I'vink .Xir . ; ! II. in think' - V. XX. CI..-.I I In Itmait S-t -O (I 1 ' by Marjory In In r )i;nk l ui m li my i:es. a Inn:; whi'e lm tin-Kiil M !i 1 . r in-" anil. tripii'il joyn'i-'y up the little ll.irlit nf s!i'is that in li'T In-.'-s-inak.T's a part tin tv-.. Ht tleli.-.n hl'iiiii far.- luoki.l . ry t.iir ainl luxe ly 'iii'l'T tin' iiiait.t l'nki 1 i ii !i-t wrti its lumen of li!ui rn's mi ti.i 'iihl the soft lilnrly titilmiis tiiat tml nu iler hrr rliin. A ric h. vivM rii!nr l.a I risen to tier cti-. 1,.- a I'crft ( t ma'eli to tin' flow-t-; in lur liat--ntul ...

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. — 2 June 1905

"Backache, "The Blues 99 Both Symptoms of Organic Derangement in Women Thousands of Sufferers Find Relief. The Letter Evil. First Mllllonarlc I'm in 1riull My (IwifchHT wants to marry our cum liman. SiTotiil Millionaire Guitii? to Rivi your rotiscnt? WORTH KNOWING. Tho a vet line runsiiturr of bftldfiR tiowiliT diu- lint know Mint 11 rturtlon ! occur in t tit r.i ev of baklutf. Food ; i rci'iirt'cl i:h a cream of tartar bak I iiiK J w fiii- thus i. ot contain hut Kirs't Millionaire Cnrss I'll liavo to i rrt.itn of tartar. A loaf of lireail nuii'i Klrst Milliimiirle-tliio. I'll havi' Lu. If 1 den t lie b.vfar.s (iliiU ma try u llralsu duke. Ilow often do we hear women say: "It eeniaaM though niy back would break," or"Iotrt apeak to me, 1 am all out of BortsV" These ftifrui Meant remark prove that the rsyntem requires uttention. ltackaclie and " the blurs" are direct aymptoma of an Inward trouble which will sooner or later declare itself. It may bo caused by diseased kidneys or tome u...

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. — 2 June 1905

AGENTS WANTED To nHl Kink Imp. Road nan. A pa a iiiint Hsi'Whi'ro In this papiT, aim) what our rnstonuTs nay if It. Miiuil " Uj ti. Marlon, Itul , rltt: To m'II Kink ln', tho n-at hair pliNisurf in rccuninicn'llni; it." Maiy t;. S.miini r, Alton. 111., vrlti: pt:-.ii...:!itftnT anil plinwr. Kiml their li ll'lll fi'MlltS." Fanny Mi y. ts. Hanvlllo. Va., writi's: "I : . t : i t.) say that It has ilolii' my lii a I moio kooiI than anything I cvit IIM-'I." , lti'i. Holt, Atlanta. C.a., writes: "Si nil in.' thri iloi'ti mori bottles (f a ! i t t ;m tni'iit i Isvwln re in this paper, iit i I uorUs ini'lefs on the hair." l..m:i" l.ottln sent pri'pahl for ?.'c; six tr ? 1 .'..".. ami one dneii for $:!.!". ki;i:i:: t- !-inw -im. kinkini: win il i .- lei 1."e , anil we will mail a sain p!-' Ktpahl. Aii'tits wanted everywhere to sell KINK INK. Write today for terms. THE KINKINE COMPANY. 343 West 14th St., NEW YORK. Lincoln Institute Gets $77,400. I.inenln Institute, the state normal silml fur ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 25 August 1905

.4 f fijj I Pays to Advertise In the Rising' Son VOLUME X. MISS EMMA SMITH WITH BlinJ- Boone gave an entertainment at Rev. Mitchell' church, 5th and Ne braska avenue, Kansas City, Kansas, August 23. An elaborate program was carried out and Blind Boone was at his best. Miss Emma Smith, the su- EXCELSIOR 8PRINGS. An afternoon reception was given at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Stan ford W. King In honor of Messrs. H. H. Stewart, R. P. Lucky and B. Bill of Chicago. The evening was spent in social past time with music and games and a general good time result ed. The following guest were present: Mesdames L. E. Summers, C. Jones, E. F. Smith, G. McFulls, A. M. Ward, John Lange, S. W. King, Misses Daisy D. Foster and C. E. Jones. Messrs. H. H. Stewart, Stanford W. King, B. P. Lucky, C. E. Jones, B. Bill, Tim Cooper, W. H. Bonsfleld, R. W. Cor nell and Lewis Woods. BOOKER T.'S DEPARTURE. The fact that the Ex-Postmaster General Wanamaker extended an in vitation to Booker T. Washington to a...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 25 August 1905

In Wowerts Printed Swisses. Printed Swiss. with Mower design inr a il:iin or dotted surface have ipptared in a'traitivo pulse, nnd n it vt r combination was effected In a i'tle Swii-s friM U of white dotted ?wlss trimmed with English -nilroil-rv with two bands of mbroldcry rtin ling down to the waist lino, f.irm iit a latiel, w-hh h was trimmed w ith ruf les i'f Val neb inn s laic. Tin1 full skirt was trimmed with nilll-'s of Va i hi ii titu s. Anorlii r while frock, T.orc knishly triniticd. witll Yaicn ii urn s ins, rt ion and lace, had small in .pillions i f lino Swiss (. tiil.r.ii.i' ix n Us t r ; ii' m i tic 'Mi the skirt ami ireund tlie body of tl,e blouse ran ! mate lows f iiisi t iti -!: ion and 'i.iiiioiis an. I tin ks. For Rainy Days. Tl" I. a-. 111.!'..!, pass.'. by Rl.ii wi.ii,:i s.i a!".ir on rainy i!as il'l-'y i!.is arra.M d in oM oinili il.-' Til ' W"!ll..!l Who tin - 0111 tin ('.; in t)i. raiti wi arm.: fast i .IT ' '1 !i-i-it:: s 1;. it as I nig itlo r . rj r.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. — 25 August 1905

ir iniii RELIGIOUS NEWS AND THOUGHTS DESIGNED FOR "Theaa Thre . I rought with Faith Faith struggled In be freel And in a dark, dark night Bhe went (rum me. 1 fought with Hop; Hope fought with me In vain, She fled anil left ma beaolata again. Love nought me out, From darkness net me free. And lo! hoth Kaith and Hope Came back to mel Allan Junior. Prayer. The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man araileth much. James v: 15. Prayer must be Importunate, perse vering. Jesus teaches this very clearly In his parable of the Impor tunate friend. "Which of you." said Jesus, "shall have a friend and shall go to htm at midnight and say unto him. 'Friend, lend me three loaves, for a friend of mine in his Journey has come to me, and I have nothing to set before him,' and he from within shall say. 'Trouble me not, the door is now shut and my children are with me In bed. I cannot rise and give thee,' I say unto you, though he will not rise and give him because he Is his friend, yet because of...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 25 August 1905

THE RISING SON. UVIB V00D8 BuainatTMaaafar. Published Etery Week RISING SON PUBLISHINGCO isTSfJUaCHHTlON HATES: fta r.r MM W!m mmid t ir montiia 40 BUBtk It uicUr pnlJ In advance Inbred at tht Pntt Ojflrt mi Kannu City, at Stcoid Ohm Jfatter. Correspondent wanted In every city Ii4 town id tills state. Write ua. All news matter Intended for pub lication should reach our office nut la ter than Tutsday, of each week and Bust be signed by the writer nut for publication, but as guarantee of auth enticity. tfFIOIl-No. 117 WMt Slstt. St., Kinm City. Mo. A.U vt tislnw RnKI, for oa. tenh, oo. Insartlon S M fat oat Inch. taoh utrguot Insertion JU Tor two tarhm, ihrve month I U0 furtwo lache, tit month 100 for two Inch, olim month 10 00 rot two IncbiM tatlv. Diontha IS 00 OLDEST NECiRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE REST. the paid circulation of The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. Kansas City is evident...

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. — 25 August 1905

THE RISING SON. Eugene Vangan, Ant. Kama City, Km. W8H Split Isog. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. Remember please It' tbe little blu we collect here and there That enable u to run from year to year." LOCALS. "How Natural H Look." So ninny people say a thing I much dislike to hear. They pass along to view the ccrpzs And pause beside Its bier, And when they Bee the form devoid Of soul, as thoughtless books, They whisper to a sobbing friend, "How natural he looks." I pray you, friends, If I should board A Lake Shore train of speed Or walk before an auto when I ought to pay more heed, Or stand upon a thoroughfare Where mobs of Btrlkera are, Or start to run across the track Before a trolley car. Or rock the boat where breakers splash, Or Join the Russian corps, Or fire a tiny cannon or A gun on July four I pray you, friends, compassion feel As God his children brooks. I'll be no fool when dead. Don't say, "How natural he looks." Judge and Mrs. I. F. Bradley gave a large reception at...

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. — 25 August 1905

nt.tl MP.it f, k li'm (rnli1? 'VI. inf 'Mi ii. ii M i msnl. s hate V j.-tNo -t ' .1 1 -. I..1 Im Mil. .1. ''!; t H al tiylitiis i.l.t.nn.'.l. ( I 'tt In dm hum- .nM n;i wallow, v -h ii..k-:. .1 Ifs In. Ml .1 in .an. IV :iil iv .i i li.,..w II" ."t. llrl all .lMilll.il t . V (" Vll. Tit I I'l.l. r plncte'is .Tt il lletlon AiiiJ riilt i ates tcn.tiant l"th I', 'nits Mial a s-.it of .ii-tiai tlon, A II. I pill, s III.' tollies of I... Ill C" t r. t m.ik.'Mi . nvTi ot..n.lent. Arl f ii-n the li iel. "ii slaw. 1(- lll.tlh'll I '.r ill s.'. II. I. 'lit. To .lii'li.'s ami paupets' sail mav.j. Hot tli" n .oi'i t. hi iirlv mil.tnioKliin 1 1. IM . f...iiio..l tn. 'ii l.rtnis. A't'-r rnliMit uli IHM. fiultioti, Ik a ilitr.Ti iil. tn. mlii i tlnim - W. J. Herhcrt. b TOE t iril.t. t :.". I' Mi Coiirtwrlaht stood looking down the rose -hot 'loro.l walk toward the white road. She hummed n li't'.e time iitnl tapped her white i-lail loot In ii'i I'liipuniiui'iit. l'or t li tirst lime since Iter moth...

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. — 25 August 1905

Gas Light for Country Homes. Small country home, m well m large ones, may be lighted by the bent light known ACETYLENE OAS it la easier on the eyes than any other Uluminant, chea'per than kerosene, aa convenient aa city (raa, brighter than electricity and safer than any. Mo ill-smelling lamps to clean, and no chimneys or mantels to break. For light cooking it is convenient and cheap. ACETYLENE Is made In the base ment and piped to all rooms and out buildings. Complete plant cost no more than a hot air furnace. aM !4.V,'- h'Si DTf -fT Automatic liiVj 1 Generators make the gas. They are perfect in construction, reliable, safe and simple. Our booklet. "After Sunset," tells more about ACETYLENE sent free on request Dealers or others interested In the saleof ACETYLENE apparatus write us for selling plan on PILOT Gener ators and supplies it is a paying proposition for reliable workers. Acetylene Apparatus Mfg. Co., IS7 Michigan Avenue, CHICAGO. ILL COLUMBIA BUSINESS COLLEGE. Serf nth year...

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. — 25 August 1905

Foxes and Their Burrow. Tor the statrnn-nt that fnxrs. hart koto thru Ik nut only. the authority rf natural history tut of (.impel. The typW-nl habitation of the fox Is a hoU la the uroimil. ' Uutinlnc to earth-' ami "illcelni: our" arc wi ll Known in cidents of tin- Kiis!lh sport. The fox Is a wN.' In :ist In u. 1 things, wise vnoueh to nut the lmrrow of any anl in!. I"!' In '. f.ni!t of such ninnies he Is ijultr im;';i'uIi' of iliuulni: for him l.lf, an. I tl:.it w!i n. niarUallf spied. Good Proof cf Guilt. Wh.ti Vi;!:;i:n M K:irt iw a T,.miu man h.' : f . :i ! l In court a lii.iti tianinl IMwar.!.-. who was iliarc.-.l with f.i cry. The trial was no. au.l Mr. K.xaris l.y ,vori. fc . r.i. .! Ills elient lie a .-tioiii; h'-liof that . im ... i n' ii'. t:l th- trial . r. Tl.. n l.i' eli.it. p 'I Ills IMuimls .at.l Mr. i:att an Intrr. .i:i:;:ui; ae.pitt.i! t!ir lii.u. va-i a. ill: i.'tl. Li? i. i w i; h a f i English Tavern Signs. A a it'ii Mti n in various parts of Pna'i.! is "Tl. P"...

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. — 22 September 1905

s I 41' If Pays to Advertise In the Rising Gon VOLUME X. Didn't Follow Instructions. One of the modern schemes of phys ical development that has won favor is a systematic method of breathing. A certain Inquirer who was interested in the principals of this system re cently wrote pamphlet. One of the rules on the first page read as follows: "After the morning bath take a deep breath, retain it as long as possible, then slowly expire." He decided not to try the system. UP Against the Horses. Farmer Korntop Our Hiram's writ In' agin from Yarvard fur more money fur books. M,rs. Korntop Air ye sure, Silas, thet he reelly wants thet money fur books? Farmer Korntop Yans, he snys he'll take his oath every cent I Bend him goes to the bookmakers. Preparing for the Wedding. "I suppose," said the facetious stranger, watching a workman spread a carpet from the church door to the. curb, "that's the high raod to heaven you're fixing there." "No," replied the man, "this Is merely a bridal path." Fro...

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. — 22 September 1905

M We Can Help You In getting beautiful and barmoulooa tlnu on your walla with RELIGI US NEWS USE IN EVERY AND THOUGHTS DESIGNED F OR .WELL-REGULATED HOME: .7 A Pretty Frock. An orliiiial frm li m i ti on n young plrl at tin- lur.rlni a !:!! r tnUht easily bo ro rc'i ic. ! by any clover dross tr.iKi r. It was a white tr.u'.l of heavy and firm ijtin'.ity hii.', in side plaits nrr.'in.! M.e hips, these brine releaser! ju-t below tin- liip lir.i. H was (.f run;.! litiuth anl was finished at the tor. :n with an altrost l.tn'c-iic'cp lli'-itn-i' of ail-m.r l'nulish embroidery ::' in mm!i s at tin- lower edco ns as On' t. p oti'l l.avltic run t h n !i !;. o two lines of half inch t "ai k vtlvrt ill,;. on t.o inclu s apart, !..- u r . il., r'.'T!.- ai;-I wore tied a' !. ! side in e.ir !es liows. The :.! whieh urn ly r m. '! .'o.vti a lit'!.' at the front, was rf lit.. wl.ir,. 'id ;,n,i c'.om.I with n f r ! ::c 1,Y T!.o ',.':'. K'i n fnv wa rn'i-e'y f ; r:-. , . : ,- :. r. .! and worn i .r 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. — 22 September 1905

ft m if ., ' r f-i-i 5 '.V iv ;' ,'' 3 !' ' '.' Si 'A ' ''A More Every Everv nriced ing out LGPi kc quality, and makes - healthful baking. Bern postal for " JAQUES Bicycle Fad In England. Id England there Is a revival of tho bicycle furor. Factories are working day and night and 2,000 machines are being turned out every twenty-four hours. With us, on the other hand, the craze for automobiles mounts higher and higher and has reached such a point that impecunious per sons are mortgaging their homes In order to procure them. The fact Is that the average Ar.iotican doesn't en joy physical exercise for its own Fake, hut he would prefer to do so by the strength or steam, or some other agency, ratther Hum by tho Mrength of his legs. Vigoritte, New Explosive. Vlgorlte, the new explosive of Pro fessor Shulz and Engineer Genre of Switzerland, Is a nitrous comooun.l which, united with Fait peter, has giv en results claimed to indicate a strength about ten limrs greater than that of any other e...

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. — 22 September 1905

THE RISING SON. UnrnvooDs buuI5m Published Etery Week RISING SON PUBLISHINCCO fjasCllimoN RATES: m Tr . f untna. Oat Bloat.. .. M Leadership among Negroes In India I pcnsable Iii t a leader should possess Ui h luh moral standard In order to ok tain followers find accomplish good uur uucntrs uxj preachers are re gardcii as leaders ncrause their re spective positions uro such that In emanate therefrom. Too many of our t Whence aiii enlightenment should ministers of the gospel do not come up wtetlr paid tn ad fane- 10 "ie "tantiar.i. v tine rrimo and Bin Wrd at the Pnut Offirt at Kana$OitJ, r" rampant they seem contented to m zteoiM c Matter. draw their stipend. This condition -- - - cannot always remain the same. OorreopondenU wanted In eary city All nw. mater ini.nrf Vk. Two Negroes were lynched last Sat- Ucavtlon should reach our office not la- onlay at Silver City, Tenn., for beat Inn a white fnrmer. This infamous outlawry Is again beginning to loom up In the Southern states. For t...

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. — 22 September 1905

EOT ' - e .. i .-4 THE RISING SON. Eugene Vsiijjan, At. Kansas City, Kns. 038 Split Log. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. Remember plenxe It's Ue little biu wc collect here and there Tbat enable us to run from year tu year." LOCALS. Honesty cannot be bought or sold; it Is not a marketable commodity. Over the woman from afar the devil pours honey. Good meals and good service, and 4 old-fashion cooking may be found at Z the "Little Baltimore, 125 West 7th FOR RENT A good room, suitable ;j ior man wonting in jNortn end part of city. . MRS. S. C. ROGERS, 3235 Morrell avenue. The following are new subscribers . to the Son this week: Dr. E. B. ; ? Ramsey, Dr. T. C. Unthank and Mrs. t nia wasnincton. ...J Of the many applicants, white and .J colored, that took the teachers' exam- , . ant nf t l II I Innnln anhnnt liiiuuml -1 I. The nnnnlnrltv whlrli mmoi frnm i 1 emuty honors is southt after hv emntv i" heads only and it is very prevalent ( i among the Negroes. When a white ,"'.' man se...

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. — 22 September 1905

The World of Trouble P! tl 1 WiVl.I o' tr.! :v:Mn (Iiiitm tl iiin; Nf . r H f. H li.ii'fv. I'.ut a ryi lone n.iiii alonJ When Hi.' kv .ii'k li-iri'Ht, i '..mi - .1 hul'lniu' tl.i.sii, Wh. ii 1 fr.-l like dan, m', f Kl.lcili r .ilN for .h! An' If I In islii- . An' wVikcl 1 1 1 1 1 ! the town, S.iitoi mm. Moul'l k ' ' me An levy on my non Atlimlii Constitution. TP (CapyrlBht. l!'i.. by Pally Story Tub. Co.) Winn you are a man really Worth while in other ways. 1 don't see why you persist in this impossible affair!" "I persist, because It means every thing to me. ami I shall persist al ways, Jane, unless yon tnarry another man." Now, don't say that. Wilton, for although I like men ami get on ndmlr ably wild them as friends, I never ex pect to love or many any man:" "It is impossible to l,eliee that von will iifi-er love; such a woman is sure to love and love deeply. Such a life is rounded out only l.y love." lint, Wilton, my life Is full "f oth r things: I have no place for love it tnar...

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