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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 22 September 1905

: S ,5 4 '.if: -1 :1 &3 4 r-t-M '.. ''if Si 'is i 1 1 A CARE OF THE BODY How to Acquire and Retain the Priceless Posses siun of Good Health Milk a Source of Infection. The Antl-TubcrculosIs Society of Bnttle CrtTk, Midi., gave an Interest ing exhibition recently at the Sanita rium In that city. The Mate Inspector of mill;, assisted by the local health officer and the superintendent of the sanitarium at Cattle Creek, Mich., has been Investigating the condition of the dairies that supply milk to the people of the city, and the results of the Investigation, as shown by stcreop tlcon views, afforded an object lesson that must certainly bo effective. Fhotographs were taken of the barns and stables where cows are kept, and of the barnyards, and pictures of these were thrown on the screen. The farm ers around Battle Creek are certainly as enterprising as those In any other section of the country, and conditions there may be taken as a fair average; yet the dairy Inspector for this dis ...

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. — 22 September 1905

I Fovea and Their Burrow. Tor th statement that fonea hart fcolea tlier lit not only the authority f nHlural history but of Ciwpol. The typical habitation of the fox Is a hole te tln Kromi'l. -HnntilnR to earth" nil "ilUsit'B out" arc well Known In elilenu of thf Kt:!Uh sport. The foi la a wis.- brant in a'. I ttiitiKS. wise nowitli t rt'tit tin- burrow of any ani mal, b it in ib fault of in'h Hliodes he i.s tiiitt rapahlt' of illunitis for him elf. anil that wi'li remarkable speed. ; Good Proof of Guilt. Wh.-n William M. Xvnrt wn. a y.i'iinj man l;e ! frtnlnl In roiirt a man tiamr.l i:.lan bo ih.iix.-.l mi in'rf bt :!;.:! tit ai'ipiltMl t'.ie tll.l!. was all opinion !' f ti, w'.h fo:-i;.-ry ins: on woi l-, M . Ill l!r l..i I a a- iivn'i was Tlir trial was ! Mr. Iaris by I d "li'Mlt'K i-otm l !i"f tl'at t ; 1 1 : . : the trial u i !. Tli. ii bf hano .1 lii! IMw ,ir.i- pai.l Mr. Kvarts a f.iu. .1 b- ii. KINK-INE English Tavern Signs. A tavrrn Men m u m arious jar's ff r.iinlan.! Is "...

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. — 6 October 1905

f; ;- ii ' -if 11 14 If Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son 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 YarvarJ fur more money fur books. Mrs. Korntop Air ye Bure, Silas, fhAf tin roollv vnnlg that tnnnov fur V ', v ' I books? Farmer Korntop Yaas, he says he'll take his oath every cent I send him h goes to the bookmakers. Preparing for the Wedding. ""f" suppose," said the facetious otvs ft twAW eunlAhtiiv slrmm siniABfl W ' Oil sialics tt a i i i 3 m v vi iubii as vsj 'tt a carpet from the church door to the ''.i.'f curb, "that's the high rao...

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. — 6 October 1905

rt- TV TT IT TT 77773 THE WOC DEN H033E CF TO DAY. m ' - i . lELlCIfiys NEW5 AND THOUGHTS DESIGNED FOR v. N'.irch On, My Soul. M ' !. i' ii . ....... i.m in.i a tnug .11 'I Mi-. - -. ..ii. t i ir i"t f: "Mi Hi.- W I i. ! ! . i, ..I N.. ..f .!! Imve I i . I : Tli. i -. ,.r t.ii. h 11- it.. I.y tin- f.iif i f Ill ' l.i fill II.. V have Set . ! ii.: . I t ii . i. u. tn in- thy 'I I . I I I-.-...II Wll.it tin- t.i-t l.iin i. - .1 At-.l t..- . i I 4tj;i, th.it n-...ii- M-. iv 1. lit i I S.-ir. ! -,: t,. . ;,(.,. ii ml M.tn.-lhltiK I" f II"!. I I-- ii.. k I .n:,l s. . Ii Mi.- I .-It. r ! i .... .- II,. llm Im li.-p. 1 1 mil. -I. i. n til" rnil'l v m.ii Ink... Whpt Heaven Is. . t I :! ii. . w ' t. r into it II ;: it I' n .1. :i!. Mi It- v -. i . ::. Villi' ;iv n 111.- hicul condi tions nf li'.u.n w . ritinot J t IT. llli. I I frh:ii ilii i-ry pfras- may In- moan-ln-'i -s n i'-ii :.i.-. wli.Ti. tl.i y iu-i:li-ir ir.:it-r imr i tv iiiti in n.i.ri invi--. hut ;if- ;i tin- : t : ; : Is nt C.ui...

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. — 6 October 1905

- . i -si."i jjv 4 .-frlf Dressy Tailor-Made. The light welRht wooler.s are vastly favored tor the dressier type of tailor made?, and their possibilities are charmingly net forth In one Imported model. The material Is a henrletta of a fnlnt shade of blue, and on this there are clever touches that employ with broadcloth and black velvet rib bon with most piquant results. The Jacket Is one of those smart little com bination eton-bolero effects, that while seeming to hua; the fimire close ly still seem to stand away from It. This Is plaited back and front, the plaits stitched down flat, and the fronts rolled back In- revers that are faced with white cloth, the whole bor dered all around with black velvet ribbon. The same treatment Is used on the sleeve, where a cnn seems to support the fullness of the pufT above the elbow. The skirt Is plaited to the band, the plaits stitched down In a joke form over this, and then falling impressed to the hem, where a fanci ful application of velvet r...

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. — 6 October 1905

THh III UTTB 0008 Bosdm Maaafr. fwbllahed trrry Week HI8INO SON PUBLISHING CO rHUUsCHllTlON RATES: f a m .1 mmm ma . 9 f ir month '. ,j Boat ij ortetly paid In sdravnoe l lUrd at the port Offict Kant Oitj, j Correspondent wanted In ery city U town id thin state. Write tut. All news matter Intended for pub- ( Ucsvtlon ihould reach our office not la tor than Tuesday, of each week and - Butt be signed by the writer nut for publication, but an guarantee of auth- , tfltlrlty. WIOIi-No. 117 West Slitr. St., Xaneaa City, Mo. Advertising Rntea, Ear th. ona tnaartlnn a H ir on Inrb. ra.-h avliaaquaiil Insertion .Ju ir two larke. ihw month luo Par two lacha, month nu For twolm has, nlti month ...10 00 rtwoiaetiM twelve montha UOC OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE REST. irie 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 Of llfllllll. Is evidently on the. eve Tin- aeeoiuit...

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. — 6 October 1905

THE RISING SOH. A. B. Johnson, Assistant Manager. Kugene Vaugnn, Agt. Kansas I'lty, Kan. W38 Split IOR. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. Remember please It's the little bits we collect here and there That enables us to run from year Ui 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 old-fashion cooking may be found at tUe "Little Baltimore, 125 West 7th street. FOR RENT A good room, suitable for man working in North end part of city. MRS. S. C. ROGERS, 3235 Morrell avenue. FOR COLORED PEOPLE. 1409 Highland avenue, four room flat; $10 per month ; city water. Apply Corbelts, 1023 Main St. Little Lucius Holly, son of Dr. Holly, is quite ill. J. Girl wanted to do collecting, at this office, mornings. Apply W. H. Campbell of Galveston, Tex., is in the city visiting friends. Everything nice and fresh at Ar thur Rau's, corner 19th and Flora. Mrs. G. H. Anderson of St. Ixmi...

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. — 6 October 1905

The One and iM I : M II :ir ilt..., " I it: I I'l I; M lilt- w .1.1 ! ; 1 A will: Will K,. !, II 11;" 1V.1N of 1" vi I i i : t. ' : i M . f n ( -.1 : 11 . I:'- w is l 111 (.'.ill. lit lu l.itsi. ti l by Daily N i than 1 r 1'iirp ivi'i n hi-i ! i t ! 1 n i 1 g.'t r in ' lti:i "ii lrt in .- . N i n.a:i was slow 14 1 -i i r in t-.tco of r i!i" weak nuains rul't :iL':ii:it the ; in Lis lights, tho ' r In Ft r -. tho MT'ilH' in. hi : til., ti : -ri II". I: I' p.lt The .... i I I' l.i wa- r. i i -! I'.v ;'if Hi;':1 r - -r i 1 I as a glitioi -iim and a citl.cll of I' il.l ill.'. I lev had not yrt reli I i's .!. n mug head in the re- gion l: v.:i, Jim's i. mate. 1 l.y Canada .Inn, lnit I h'a.b 1 that way. N't ws of latent exploit had traveled the bonier, and tho federal authorities iit that liino being mm of narrow duooriimcnt and enlarged in digestion, had ehissiliel th! dynami ting of a tenderfoot's plant nn a crimp. Thr firt that tin- trlldrrfoot wrnt Skyward with the engine houso wa3 ti...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 6 October 1905

Sfnd a Postal lor 'Cook ol Present Protccl The Health of your families by insisting on Pure Food. When it comes to Bakin? Powder, it means a of health and money if you use the standard article of purity and effi ciency the wonderful BAKING POWDER An absolutely pure baking scientifically combined. 25 for 25 cents. Your grocer your money it you are isfied. Don't accept a tute I They are impure and a men ace to health. Ask for K C, the standard of WINCHESTER "NUB LACK" BLACK POWDER SHELLS The "Nublack" is a grand good shell. It is good in construction, primed with a quick and sure primer, and carefully loaded with the best brands of favorite among hunters and other users of black powder 6hells on account of its uniform shooting, evenness of pattern and strength to withstand reloading. ALL DEALERS SELL THEM PRICE. 25 Cta. 6 CURE THE GRIP . IN ONE DAY MPINE Wtt NO fijO AL fOR "HtAWyttC IS GRIP. BAD 'ViiliU, rtIl F5 NO MONEY TILL ia Mmm mmmrr qui thohhtow a wiwoww" Tb label t Schwab, St. ...

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. — 6 October 1905

Feite and Their Burrow. Vr Mi m jit.'ni.Mi! that foirs bar bol rhiTt In nut otiljr th authority of na'ural history Imt ( tioxpel. The typical linliltiition of tin fox l a liolo la i lie rmiiiiiI. ItutiiiinK lo rarth" an. I dUcitii: mi!" urc ni'll known In cI.Iimi's .if Mu' l"tii!llli sport . The foi I a . ii.-.is: in a I thine, wlso nmitfli ti tent tin- Ihiitow of any anl in, li r in i'.i f;uilt of such mIhhIc he I n'lilf :i (; ti i . of limiiitii! for him self, it 11 1 iluii wrli i-'iiKirKiiliU' Fpccd. Good Proof of Guilt. TYIii'i William M. K:irt tM a J- ; 1 1 1 n in. in In' t ! . t" ii 1 -. I In court, a man ti a ii 1 1 - ! I-M .. an!.-. ! was !i.rC..l wi'h fnii-iiy Tln trial was mi tnt.-ri'.-titm i'i.-'. .in.'. Mr. Kui!s ly br:!';a:it orl - . I M- i l i nt's h . 1 1 1 i i . i ' . lit iiii a - ict i; iii'lii I that tin1 in a t: ma- inn. .1 : t . i I tin- irial a. a!i mi': 'I"'. :i lie i li. ii ".-i ll liis op.iii.iTi I'Mwari'- j.ii'l Mi. Kx.ir; liii : ' . li a f " .. ! in K. Engl...

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. — 13 October 1905

It Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME X. LEW DOCKSTADER. DOCKSTADER'S MINSTRELS AT THE GRAND NEXT WEEK. The finale of the first part is a new nnl strlcklng patriotic anthem, "The Heaven Born Banner," which bids fair to become one of the National airs. During the song a number of picture sque tableaux, illustrative of the most important events In American history, will be Introduced. In the second part, besides Mr. Dockstader's specialties, which have already been referred to, will be seen a new and original song and dance called "Among the Vines," specially devised and produced for Mr. Dock stader by Barney Fagan. It will be executed by a phalanx of twenty dancers, led by Carroll Johnson and Manuel Romaln, and including Tommy Hyde, Leighton and Lelghton, the Foley Brothers, Billy Cawley, John Daly, Max Scheck, Joseph Lestrange, and others. Glimpses of the various styles of clog and soft shoe dancing will be seen during this act. Nell O'Brien, whoso street car sa tire was so ...

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. — 13 October 1905

CONGRESSMAN GOULDEN Cod ( I Rf Ignj. a I. ir: h It 111. .-U-'tS rtslit 1 . r M. I., i :i d.nk ills th t.atli f"(iml rulns I1"" f 1 .-!.!!. ul.i-1! !'. l'..-i;-ir.r f"til i I t. iuium.-. Ft-riTilni: Mul ti n f.uli to-tln-n be not T.-.!'.rlc The Sacra-rent of Service. I U I'ti.tl.. Y 1-.. .1. -M w .is i.j . n t .ir'h 1!. aid It t ! ,i ';,. w M.ril w.i-i i: ; c r, i ;.- i f t i li ast of !1 :i a ;.-v r.a s- i: i as ; ( r ; t '! in. In.-sv.oeh is a word u: i h is l';'; cf f :(.-i.i;!'.,.nri to ii'l ..i-.y v. s i 1. : - "A'i '!i bea'itifi:'. i i i:'s m t !'. worM wi! w.ch -s M.an .1 f'.i: :'. 1 r.-!y as t i.n." The .;! kis ' Im l- id i;i to all men, ev il;, ur.'o ;hi-:n who art" F the Iioum-! old if fai-!:." No gift of tin ans T ii.i-it will i vi r fail to he t i r :. Meet. Let the largest etui of emr generosi'y li" Ix ticatli the surface if it i liatlfi s so to lie; let the number cf o'ir l.i in fact iocs lie a si cri't if yoti will. but. wl:e-hir sicn t or public, ( ri.'il your life wi...

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. — 13 October 1905

Fall Planting Interesting Lmiom to All Those Who Are Making Read? c tor I hie reeclneting Work The joyous season of bulb planting Is at hand, and It Is high time to send for catalogues, but there are many -delightful things to do in the garden now besides the planting of tulips, hyacinths, crocuses and daffodils. Frost always comes too soon! So does the inevitable storm that whirls the autumn leaves to the ground, aftei which we aro likely to have a month of heavenly weather, when we might be enjoying the gorgeous au tumn colors Many's the year I have seen carinas, dahlias and all the ten der bedding plants burned to a crisp, or at least badly singed and dlsflgur--ed, by a premature frost, after which our misfortune was mocked by a long succession of warm, cloudless, sunny "Indian Summer" weather. It is so easy to avoid such a catas trophe that I am astonished that more people are not on their guard. You cannot always be absolutely sure that frost will come during any particular nig...

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. — 13 October 1905

THE RISING SON. LOTS WOODS Business Maaagw. Fubllshcd Etery Week RISING SON PUBHSH1NCCO W8UBSC1U ITION BATES: fu rr Its mnw ' f hra nontna 0a bo Ik U Strictly pM In adTtnce tutored at tht Port Offlet at X au Oily, a 5ad C'Uim MmtUr. Correspondents wanted la eery city as town id till mate. Write us. All news matter Intended for pub lication should reach our office not la lr than Tuttxlar, of each week and Bust be signed by the writer nut for publication, but as guarantee of auth entlcltr, m )FrICIl-No. 117 West Slitt. St., Kansas City, Mo. Advartialntf RnMi, for t-h. on Inaartlon I M at one Inch, i-n-h utMquut Inw rtlon .) iir two Iwkn, ttarvc month I US fir two mc l, til month 100 foMwolnchm, nln month 1000 fa to IkIh twtlv month. It 00 OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL w THE RFST. ihe paid circulation of The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. It Pays to Buy Merchandise at the Big Store At...

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. — 13 October 1905

THE RISING SON. A. B. Johnson, Assistant Manager. Eugene Vauuan, Ant. Kansas I'ity, Ka. ,1N Split IO. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. Remember please It'a the little blta we collect here end there That enable ui u run from year to year." LOCALS. Honesty cannot be bought or sold; it is not a marketable commodity. Over the woman from afar the devil pours honey. la your life unhappy T Think of the man whose wife makes vinegar pie for desert, A man doesn't amount to much un less he Is able to prove it. Fame Is all well enough for those who can afford It. Professional Jolliers have many fe male friends. Information from Ottawa states that the Dominion astromlcal obser vatory has been practically com pleted. The big telescope has been mounted, Astronomer W. F. King, with his staff, has taken possession of the building, and observation work has begun. The telescope Is a re fracting Instrument 19 feet 6 Inches long, with a 15-Inch lens and a max imum magnifying capacity of 1,500 times. ...

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. — 13 October 1905

W ea-in.it ni!i'l'ir In thy briy. Theft- H tin hol.llns around; W cMtmol linger t.v tro- wy. Our Purine i einwu-il tmuntl: Tim. .in skl't thy I'livful Mtiora Wit fnin mi Id with itur Mn. Knr lill mnr net- thee mult, Sw.-t l-ilimd of To-dity. W kn.tw n.it whl'ter wi nre bound. We -Mil lh iii'kriiu f. i; rck a t-.m tAtitrt may W found Our hAiTq (i.'lt. t we Knot not i tir iire. wlih wind i..l tide VV nlrnt'lv ml' n.i ; T"t p would fiitn with Hire abide, Swfet U:hd uf To da). W. Harry Sione, IJMU (PORK RJOTE i-tii I I'.'O."., by K.i- lo' g time I ti 1 . 1 the dainty, lope tiMi ened in y..; i . t.'i .1 cnvi niv -..t;: What train of memories - 'ik ofivc'opo aid that subtle friar 'i.. of inlet brought to my hla.-c In art! Ho.v it recalled the hot :! rs .f it: y jniith during which 1 had isoii a rather rofuse crop of wild c';tt At that time those scented lion s. Mime pink, some blur, some lan in. r. !.:o! furti.i d the bu',! of my cor ti i-poml-ncc .in. I l ad carried with t fii m lie d'di...

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. — 13 October 1905

fchiri literal mm I ANegclaule Prcpnralionfor As similating ihcFoodnndRcgula Unf (he Stomachs and Dowels of t 3 Tromoics DigeslioivChmfur ncss and Rest .Contains neither Opium.Morphine norHincxal. Not Hah c otic. taswbit Seal- Wfatryww Auk Aperfecl Remedy forConslipa non, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions .Feverish ness and Loss of Sleep. Facsimile Sitfnnlure of HEW YORK. EXACT COPY OP WRAPPER. PRICE. 25 Cta. Tfl rilRF THF BHD . NONE DAY ANIHiRIPINE IS GRIP. BAD 1 wnn'tanll WASHINGTON LIFE MAN. Pat: This Is a great country, Mary Ann. Mary Ann: How's that?" Pat; Shure th' papers sez yez can buy a foive-dollar money or-.ter for three clnts, Ot m after havln' wan now wid th' money yez give me for th' cake av soap. Old Lady: One doesn't hear so much of the young ladies running off with their coachmen nowadays. Second Ditto: No. but they go nnd rnary their chiffoniers, and that's worse. BIG PUBLISHER SUED. Chicago. Oct. If. The Peruna Drug Manufacturing Company, manufactur ers o...

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. — 13 October 1905

Foxft rtfid I cir rurrowe. For the a'aUmeiil t'mf foxes ha hoiei there ( ti"t uly the authority rt natural hlnlnr t ut l (iiwpel. The typical halllaMii i t the ti Is a hole la tln Rnmiiil. " rniuiinu to earth" n1 ".llpnltiK me v i ll known In- eMenU nf tin- KtiKl;-ri M-iift. The foi ls it l-"i be,.t l-i I'M thine, wise noiijth to rent I ir row of any anl mal; ttt In ;i i I tf u' h iilmile he la finite cir-eMe r mim f"r n,m Self, ami I'ii' vi'h i hi. ii Knli'i? hpeeJ. Ccod Pro )f i f Guilt. When Wi.liini t:. IVirU 'M joun: inuu in- i i 1 1 1 ; i in i 'inn. man named I-Mv.im-.i... wl.n was cu.tr.v. with f.iuii). "Hie ' an !n. i- -: : . '' Mr- ariKi.nu .;.. " 1 LI." fUnf ri;ulttal. He i.i ' 'i',-i I'elief "1Ht the man wn lnv.m .t i i' I the trial V.n all over. 'I 1: n I I' -itipM hl.i T ! ion . K.twi'tiM -II I in- r..m w .! '.I t i: ti: 'I i k. ! WONDERFUL! DISCOVERY Curly Hair Made Straight By X a v rp: k EnglisH Tnvcrn S-ifcn. A tavern Mj;n m ii i rf Knnti'l is "!! . I" rot.'' ni'ror...

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. — 20 October 1905

It Pays to Advertise In the Rising Gon VOLUME X. LEXINGTON NEWS. Rev. Gilbert preached his farewell sermon Sunday night. Rev. Clark and his congregation was up, also a num ber" of members from the Second Bap tist church. He will leave for an nual conference Tuesday night which will be held at Hlgglnsvllle, Mo., on the 18th. Mrs. Dr. Tuylor of Columblia and her sister of Leavenworth Is here vis iting their father, Mr. John Bouldridge who has been very 111. Mrs. Jonle Terrlll and Mrs. Shields of Kansas City were here Sunday vis iting their mother, Mrs. Wm. Booker. Mr. Irvln Hawkins and Mr. Wm. Coleman of Kansas City were here Sunday. Mr. A. A. Gilbert returned home Friday evening from Hiawatha, Kan. Mr. James Hawkins who has been very sick Is now better. Mrs. Luclnda Freeman who has been in Independence for the past two wot'ks returned home Sunday night. Rev. Dr. Herd and Rev. J. C. Cald well and wife who have been attend ing the North Missouri Conference at Carrollton, Mo. ,were here...

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. — 20 October 1905

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