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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 24 April 1903

) It Pays to Advrtlmo , Me ?s,g Con or ?eacies AToro Homes of Colored People than any other Paperln the State. VOLUME VIII. KANSAS CITY, MO., FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1903. MTMKKH 10. KANSAS CITY,, KAN., LOCALS. Gilbert is not mayor yet. Peter Nugent U city clerk. Reltz, our genial city attorney, is doing the right thing. L. W. Johnson, under the guidance of Lawyer Was sora, runs the police court In the ab sence of our Reltz. The Metropolitan choir, pastor, and a number of our people attended the Pleasant Green Baptist church in Kan sas City, Mo., last Sunday. Mrs. Boone, the mother of William and Boy Boone, died Friday of last week. The funeral was held at the A. M. R. church. The services were conducted by the Rev. M. Col lins. Horsey Green has been complaining of a severe cold, but Is convalescent. Roht. Bowman, who has been down with La Grippe, is able to be on? again. The Enterprise Grocery Company has moved from its location on Min nesota avenue to 1016 N. 5th street. The election of...

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. — 24 April 1903

MEN WHO STRIVE FAVOR OF VNCLE SAM Foreign Nations Send Their Best Men to Washington Seven Governments Represented in the Diplomatic Corps at the National Capital of the Unit.d States. Tb diplomatic corps la thp most conspicuous feature of society In Washington, which Is explained ly the charm that flitter and tinsel, poll lai c ntiil iiniMnii: plumes have lor the average rcpiihlican. The diplomatic corps ban grown greatly In hi' ami Importance since the fotui'lat ion of the government. Rl whic h pet ioil the authorities rvero troubled at the Indifference and de lay shown hy foreign nations lu rec (ounlzitiLr the nation Ihtiii on this n.le of the water. The diplomatic colli lu Washington's administration Sir Michael Herbert, llrttlsh Anitiansailiir. would make a sorry showing beside the itniHisiiiir hocly which now repre sents the foreign government at this capital. Seven governments arc now repre sented hy amhassadors at Washing ton (li-rmaiiy, Uussla, Mexico, Italy, tin at liritaln...

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. — 24 April 1903

AS TOLD BY MOLES Valuable Insect Collection. A collection of 50.000 Insects haa MAGNIFICENT VESSEL BUILT IN AMERICAN SHIPYARDS LITTLE LOLITA ARMOUR NO LONGER A CRIPPLE Jnst been purchased by the depart ment of zoology of the University ot Chicago. Tho collection Is from all BIRTHMARKS THAT INDICATE GOOD OR BAD FORTUNE. parts of the world, and was made by the late John Akhurst. The collection is unusually valuable on account of tta completeness, and represents a large Marks on the Body Intended by Na ture to Foreordain Disposition ar.d Career Right Side of the Body the Most Favorable. amount of careful work, extending over many years. The largest vessel ever built In an American shipyard was launched April 16, at the plant of Its builders, the United States Shipbuilding com pany, at New London, Conn. The new boat, which has been christened the Minnesota, Is exceeded In size by but two other vessels In the world, the Celtic and Cedrlc of the White Star line, which were built abroad. T...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 24 April 1903

l f() j Is ws on earth, t ut out tlilo advertisement, anil aend to na, with only Sl.no, and, ltnincillrtely upon receipt of aaine, we will (end to von a full and complete treatment, rntiKlntlnfr of two extra lart'e hr icaof oONO, kins of all II air Tonics, worth I 'tl': also two lame bottle of CEUKOMNK, the lluhtnlnK IBS llnlr (iriiwcr, worth -'.'! : alo one larno packairo of our Intent rtls covcrv. I'liHIil HV.lt YAUl MIAMI'Oo. worth Wic: also one liar of oiircelfl.rnte'l nnd renowned 11 KITY SCAUI SOAP, worth 2.1c . and one l-plnt pncknire of ANTMiliOK, the moat wonderful toilet Bii.vb.it v of the iImv. worth Z'c.. Thla if rand collection, worth In all f. . will tie xeiit on rnwlpt of Sl.fto nml vour name and aildrean, with full, plain, nil diiii'lcte illrH'tl.nn, toxether with our beautiful Bouveulr Catalogue, justly i tlie toilet ediicntorof the clay. MM K.-Tr all who have ever nought OZONO we will send thla (rreat bargain ofT.T f..r otuv Sl.oo. Vour word will he auftlclent. rln...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 24 April 1903

THE RISING SON. Wm. Fairfax. Society Reporetr. A. W. Walker, Agent. Lexington, Mo Remember please I' ttiellttlo bits wo coltuct hire un -Him That eniitle ua to run from year to year." LOCALS. How do you like the Rising Son? Go to Langston's for baths and good barbers. How about your subscription? Harve you paid? diaries Monroe of 1124 Harrison Btreet, has been on the sick list. Jas. Runnels will have a full supply of Ozona Toilet articles. See him for these valuable preparations. Mr. J. V. Cole, ex-deputy sheriff, has been confined to his homo the past week on account of sickness. Dr. O. W. J. Scott and his good wife feel glad over the results of the week's program and bazaar. Mrs. Fannie a'o, after a vlult In TIp ton. Mo., will proceed to St. Ixmls to accept a position in an art studio. George V. Lang of Lexington, Mo formerly of Philadelphia, Pa., has been visiting friends in Kansas City Rev. Tollver has opened shop and a restaurant at S. W. Boulevard. a barber 30th and Rev. J. T....

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 24 April 1903

CHILDREN. The ilrln(f erhn of hr quiet ronm Are nrver nkd by burst of childish gm. And up th rollhrt itnlr.-A? tirvrr mme Light rt'",'lnK of fonistepn swift nml fre. Alone she sits nnd In tho twilight glimm I'rams tmri'lly of what shall never !! F.imotlmeft hfr wlttful fancy strews the floor i Rich enrpptoil nnd n'-it) with broken ly; I'.ilnts nntror prints on window rtiiBS nn.l door, H.rs evhm's of rlirlil laughter nnd run noise; All Mat a tiled tnothi r tnlKht ileplor Would npi'in to hiT starved huiirt as priceless Jojril Till. fnm morl.l without, nm KtuMrn note Of childish 'il-es through her vision ring, An.l miis f miKiil"h rise to her whit throat. Hound which no dimpled nrm In mischief clings; Gone nre tin- rH driam-fsnrlra, an may float From earth to heaven the flash of angel wings. And yrt. ne little empty crib la there To mock tho mother arms, outstretched In vain, PI'.e lionfils no shining tress of silken hair. No tiny slave win re hurled hopes He sl;ln Only the deeper loss...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 24 April 1903

"POOR DIGESTION LANGUID AND TIRED. i An Interesting Letter Concerning: Perona. Miss Delia Janveau, Glotie Hotel, O'.taws, Ont., is from one of the oldest and best known French Canadian families in Canada. la a recent letter to The 1'eruna Medicine Co., of Columbus, Ohio, she says : " Last spring my blood seemed clogged up,, my digestion poor, my bead ached and I telt languid and tired all the time. My physician prescribed tor me, but a friend advised me to try Peruna. I tried It and am pleased to state that I found It a wonderful cleanser and pur ttler of the system. In three weeks I was like a new woman, my appetite had Increased, I felt buoyant, light and happy and without an ache or pain. Peruna Is a reliable family medicine. " Adia Brittain, of Sekitan, O., writes "After using your wonderful I'eruna three months I have had great relief. I had continual heaviness in my stomach, was bilious, and had fainting spells, but they all have left me since using 1'eruna." Adia Hrittain. If...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 24 April 1903

THK K18LN0 80M. HAKItY It. GItAHAM. E!it'T. FHKH A. TURNKU, Assoc. 'ale Kid tor LEWIS WOUl'h Business Marnier. puti!:lif(' Kvery Week RISING SON I'UBLISHINGCO aVu'it ill I'l'HtN UA'l'KS: do V.-r r t r;).ut(H , T'i ppr li). ;!i Tits Or. n.i.'iu i l V) M .1 !;rt.tlT i t'.l 'fl ;iiv;i'h- E nf rtd at :f . . ''','., ol Kunttn (iy, (i..- ; . ,, ( ,..., M,,n, r. Currrjwiii-li'iit!" umiU'd in rve'y oily suet town m tl:i slate. Writ Ail lu'rti ii ; I -r ini'iul"il fur ul lliatt ii'ii l,",iM ri'. it'll iu r ntlit'f tu t tf t li it) 'I'll. ki;, i,f rat It week anil miiKt lie t-ifc'in'd by i tin wnttr not fur ,-iililii'atiou, but a-kNUr.uitre nt auth tnlifit v. OFFICE: No. 117 West Sixth SUt Kansas City, Mo. A.U vert lalnu Rntvt, for onn lch, one lnrt1"ii M r'-ir nnc inch, each ulmr..ivnt lu.erUon J Kor to twaee, three nionih 6 00 Ftr two iQClmt, n muntb I ou tr to Inch.., nluM luontha 10(10 For two Inclie twelve uiiuilht 11 uo OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE RtrST. The p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 1 May 1903

) r A. ; : . 2 i . Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME VIII. THE PANTHEON. This subject was before the Forum on last Sunday at 4 p. m. It was dis cussed at length by Mr. Lewis Woods, the promoter of the enterprise; Prof. S. R. Bally, Prof. W. V. Yates and Dr. M. H. Hey, and others. Mr. Woods led off In the discussion by stating that we have a colored pop ulatlpn of about 40.000 souls, thtrt there are many secret organizations in .this vast population of our people, and outside of their churches, that we have practically no where to as semble and consult for our business or racial Interests. He contended that there were enough monled men of the colored race In Kansas City to organize a business enterprise, build a "Pantheon" which would be large enough to accommodate all the lodges of Kansas City, all of our professional men. and at the same time have a racial center. He contended that It would be a good paying investment and a beacon light on the shores of time to our boys an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 1 May 1903

The Rod fafo Bereave:!. f.rt m rom In whn( ovi tit weeping- jiyo. I ri rtic. ho have not nny rtilld to die, t.p with iui for t lie little one whose ln t 1 lmc know n nothing of. Thr llttlp arms that sluwly. slowly 1noed Tlii-lr it'i'!Mtii'i round your luck; the hae! ml uftl To muIi limn-Mich hands 1 never kru . M.i 1 not w- p with you? l'.un w.miIJ t be of service say soma ttiic.i:. l.twin the trsrs, tliat would be com- fol (INK - 1'ut .ill' o sadder tlinn ynurvlvrs m t, !. I. .ni' lio little child tn dlf. Jdtms Wlutionib Itdry. PANAMA CANAL WILL SAVE 7.000 MILES OF TRAVEL esterc Hheie ' mad to jrttterdsy 5 A wundroui thoroughfare, rvnere wawon nmm ni nayi And blonoint terat the air. It stretches long aad tu and straight It waodeni np aad downs H panes nany aa opea cat And many a tittle towa. Jdinis WhiUumb Itdry. ll One Main's Honor ii "Are vim iui t sure (tint yon art really happy, dear very happy?'' Ami ho li aticd over tin? table deux iiml touched her fingers behind t In friendl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 1 May 1903

An Iowa hen has Just laid an egg as big as a hubbard squash. It was a double-header, an egg within an egg two perfect yolks, two perfect whites, two perfect shells. When eggs are selling at ten rents, this old hen frul factory turns out a dozen with six lays. The hens recently sent to Australia to lay eggs In a contest are nine spots compared to this biddy. The unfortunate part of the whole matter Is the owner of this hen doesn't know which of his flock .threw that enormous breakfast delicacy. He has carefully questioned each hen in turn, but not one will admit the egg. The Hawk eyes are quite excited over the mat ter. They say that a hen of such cali ber should have homage paid her and a bust of white china made to perpetu ate her feat. Perhaps it is best as it Is. Suppose the hen was discovered and encour aged in producing such colossal glo bules of albumen. Like other hens she would sooner or later steal away to the wlldwood and hide her eggs In a bunch of tickle-grass. There the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 1 May 1903

I 11 r, lUM.Ntt ftW.V LEWIS WCOPS BusinM Mane. PutilNtii'rt Kvr-ry Week RISINC SON HUBLISHINCCO WM'HsnillTION 11ATK.S: (in Trir O M 1 .1 UlOB I ll. '5 f-iri-e umiitlia 40 On tuunlli 1 CuMctlf P"ll I" Hit v kmc Euttrtd tit fir V( ( ljfirr at Kanta (Vjr, a Si ( On.. Mutter. Uorre.tnii(ti'iit wutiU'il In every city ua town in t lu Mate. Write on. All newt tnattrr tutt-mlrd fur pub lication nhntiUi rciii'li nur ottit'c nut III tot thiin Till winy, n( radi Wi ck and miiat be irfin'il iiy Hie writer nut fir puliltcaticu, but as KUiiraiitee of auth enticity. ?FFICE:-No. 117 West Sixth St., Kint City. Mo. Ailvrlilit( Htf. for on 1"h, on In.e-rtlun I tO r'nr on Inch, i-arh ut.-junt Inaertlon. r r to lark, thrv nioniti t uu Porlwo loch, Hi month Ou Kit two Inch, n hm month In uu r'of to tnt'lira twelve ointith liUD OLDEST NECiRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THU REST. The paid circulation . of Tin; Rising Son is more than double the combined circu-! lation of all the other Kansas City...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 1 May 1903

THE RISING SON. Wm. Fairfax, Society Reporetr. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo Remember please t' ir e little bit we culloct here an th if a Tlmt enables us to run from year to year." LOCALS. Read the Rising Son. Ed. Everett Is on the sick list. Mrs. Felix Shaffer Is improving from her recent Illness. Keep up to date by reading the RIs Ing Son. Miss Mary Choic Is still on the sick list at 703 Wyandotte. Mrs. J. F. Bradley has been quite ill but Is able to be out again. How do you like the Rising Son? The Ladles' Art Club met with Mrs. John Wheeler Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Wm. Fairfax will entertain the L. W. C. next Saturday afternoon. How about your subscription? Harve you paid? Quite a number of Kansas City pen pie went to St. Joe last Sunday. Rev. F. Jesse Peck writes us that Mrs. Peck Is very much Improved. The chronic borrower seldom payfc a man back In his own coin. Mr. William Hubble Is building an addition to his house on Flora avenue. Go to Langston's for baths and good...

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. — 1 May 1903

fhndowjr tipper Mid of th room, 1ir ihe rtlmbing firelight could no kuiger And them. And whn the moraine came, rosy and w ind tossed, Hugh O'Kourk cam out to his serving-men with life and the Joy of life In his eyes, and ha and the fair woman clinging to hit arm pave them good morrow and went forth, laughing. Cut. an hour later, these found the body of Hugh O'Kourke lying on his bed with shut eyes and folded hand.-i, long cold. So the serving men knew that they had seen and bidden farewell to the soul of Hugh O'Kourke and that all was well with him at last. The Sketch. In hedges i!rk eltti dripping Hint, Where IS ynuf mnnxT aeereey. Your green pavilion of the prliniT Prir little n.-t!. that hung forlorn In luishci almost reft of have, And naked thickets of sharp thorn liolil i il of .'" shelter ly Hume thieves ".'hf frosts, u u J inada a murk for corn: OATH-TAKINQ IN MANY LANDS. Winter Nests. C Mtemia rents o Ititer-llme. l'lm-iose.l Irt eve.v careless e. 1 jfrjfll N'et thnt so eunr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 1 May 1903

TTie real heroines of every dajr are In our homes. Frequently, how rer. it is a mistaken and useless heroism. Women seem to listen to every call of duty except the supreme one that tells them to guard their health. How much harder the daily tasks become when some derangement of the female organs makes every movement painful and keeps the nervous system unstrung? Irritability takes trio place of happiness and amiability : and weakness and suffering takes tho place of health and strength. As long as they can drag themselves around, women continue to woik and perform their household duties. They have been led to believe that suffering is necessary because they are women. What a mistake ! The use of Lydia K. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound will banish pain and restore happiness. Don't resort to strong stimulants or nar cotics .when this great strengthening, healing remedy for women ia always within reach. FREE MEDICAL ADVICE TO WOMEN. If there Is anything In your special advice, write free...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 1 May 1903

MILLET AND CANE lUA'E C1RA5S LANHRP.TirS (inrden CLOVER, TIMOTHY SEEDS - . T fen on eartli. t ut nut tills fiilvertlxt'inelit., nnil ncml to UK, wlfli nnly ai.nii, ami. Iinmeillctely upon receipt of Mima, we will wnii to von a full nml emipieti treatment, ennslntlnil of two oxtra liirWo hoxi si.f iON, kin of all II nlr ToiiIcm. worth f alxo two laruo nettles or mikiii im., tno in.-iitiiiii llnir (.P'vwt, worth l'.'.i; alio niu' lnrn inekm; of our latent illn euvorv, I'inviil llt li Mill fell AM mo, worth Mm. ; 1k oiio liar of oiircoli'hriito-1 and renowned ri ItlTV St' A I.I' miAl', worth !!fte , and one I pint imekiiKO of ANTI-OIHIIt, tlio nnmt wondcrfiil toilet Hoei'liiltv of tho dav. worth itte. This urnnd riillerttmi. worth In all 1 ui, will lie Kent on receipt of At. no mid your niflne and nililronH, with full, plain, ami eoinplete dlrix'tlomt, together with our beautiful tfouvenlr CataloKUo, justly caileil the toilet edurntor of tho day. Vt:. To all who havo over hniwlit nZONO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 15 May 1903

r 'ii i . t It Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son for It Reaches More Homes of Colored People than any other Paper In the State. VOLUME VIII. KANSAS CITY MO.. FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1SI03. M'MltKU X LEXINGTON NOTE8. Rev. It. Young had Ills rally at St. oJhns M. E. church Sunday. It was in every awy a success. The amount raised waa $2.70. Another rally Is set for the fourth Sunday in June, at which time he expects all his friends to help. Mrs. Jane Partere went to Kansas City on business Saturday and re turned home Monday. Mrs. Rosa 1ce and daughter left on the 6 o'clock train for St. Ixiuls, Mo., where she expects to make It her home, Robert Gilbert. M. Hooks and A. Hawkins spent Sunday In Independ ence. Mrs Henry Colley and Miss Henriet ta Hayilen spent Sunday here. Mrs. Mollle Carter was called to Higginsvllle Saturday on account of sickness. 1H Miss Mamie Kaw kins ot Kansas City. Mo., Is here visiting her mother, Tvl is. Hooker. Hev. C. C. Ca'Ihoun will have hlr baptizing Sunday at tho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 15 May 1903

SCIENCE HAS DONE TO PRESERVE THE BABES Their Chances of Longevity Now Infinitely Greatet Than They Have Ever Been Many Cause That Hav Contributed to This Very Desirable Result 'Porn In the year 1!i1" Is a t't.raso i pri ti.isit.g more significance tn llit ohituams of tin' future limn such a phrase i v r before meant in human ity. For the l ain' horn In tins year if cr.ii i' I as time titms tin- chalice that a baby vi r before li nl for reach itiK its first year, and it has five time ll.i- iliai io of in-Miig it fifth year ff lit-. Why? In tlio first place. In spite i f all that gfam!ni,t may indicate to the coiitiary. tin' mother nf today Ir.i.WK ti . at' 'iit children than moth i:s i-vir know li fore ; In tho second place, the i'.oi tors Know more than tlifry cwr iliil; Htnl. In general, there Is a tin re earnest atti nipt at th'ld saving than ever hi fore In the history of tl.o world. Ann'ic tli most sanguine rf gtnnd mothers thirty jiars nun the great fear audibly cxpusnd was tha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 15 May 1903

Has a Sure Ague Cure, Kansas Mao Declares Sudden Immersion in Icy Water Wat loo Much lor the Chills m His Case Has Hard Work Getting Others to Do Likewise. n mm i iiii in... i , I jiw inii.i n ii , iiuiilM '. m J! i m w li m jto o kj OFTBEIW Jonathan Kins, the "gobbler hunt r" of the Ozarks, baa a sure-pop cure for "ager." In a region f the moun tains where the chills prevail lives the old man, who won his sobriquet, "gob bler hunter," because of his prowess In killing wild turkeys. He Is a man that Is looked up to In his neighbor hood. He owns a good farm and his heart is as tender as his outside ap pearance Is rough. The poor moun taineers round about know of this goodness of heart as do no others. His corn crib Is open to them If the winter Is long and cold, and his kind ness to the hands on his farm Is well known to all. But the thing that most dis tinguishes Mr. King Is his tried and true remedy for the "ager." He never tires of telling his shaking friends about It and never ce...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 15 May 1903

l nr. hiMMt n.. LEWI8 ffOOrS B'..s.tses Haaafer. RISING SON HUBLISHINCCO MisCHllTlON RATES: ta Yar .- moaUia . .. rir montri On numb M .15 I tt .11 turtrtlr puld In aaltani Cnttrtd at tht l'nrt Ofict at A'ansrw (Vy, u 5trt.(i l Vim Matter. CA.rr!pomlrnt wanted to every city and town in tlii tatc. Write us. All new matter inteudcd for pub lication shnulit reach our office not la ter than Tua.eil.iy, if cadi week and must bo Nipurd iy the writer not tor publication, but as guarantee of auth enticity, )FFICIl-No. 117 Weat Slith St Kansas City, Me. Aavertialiatf Rittct. for pe tta, on lariKa I M Far our inch, rai-h ataqu.t ln.rtloD su f or to ltrkn, ibrvr nanaib I us fur two lactic, m.inlli 0O for two Inch, sin month 10 ua Fottwalaea t: aiooth HOD OLDEST NECiRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL w THE RFST. The paid circulation of Thk Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. Kaunas City. M.. Mar. h 3. I'."'.-. Hf...

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