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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 20 October 1905

'Pays for the AdxJtce rj nan: 'T.f your forme.1' the flm-tor mid, "Yon feel run down, I ,- ; Just sleep ftuhl hunt f every day Ten dullurs la my fie." "Ton mar he rlsht." the lawyer said, "Hill Jlltl- liNaptrrr; "Ton ' -tier settle mil of court A lluniirij la my fee." "Would ynn be good." the preacher said. With idnun mal elate. "Just Ihvp your neighbor a yourself" And then he piowd the plnte. And thus Is luitnnn nature made, For In these fiiMea thn Jonea Blnlly pld for roi l ndvlra lie Huultl l.avu scorned If fire. New York Life. I (CopyrlKl.t 1!10.-, I,y He bad poured forth his soul in pas sionate sentences which lot': him weak and trembling as he wailed for her re ply. Her voice was full of sympathy and Hndnes9 as she answered him. hut It was Arm and there was no trace of passion. "No, Arthur," she Raid, "it is Impos sible. 1 like you very much as a friend and I respect you and admire you, but I do not love you and 1 can not marry you.1. The color left his face and the lines 3rew...

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. — 20 October 1905

IXWIS WOODS Business Maaafsr. Published Kerjr Week RISING SON HUBLISHINCCO ajersl'HsCKUTlON KATES: tar rr i.l HWHW . f ir luontnj Ait Booth U f orlcllr pM In adnr tnUnd at Vtf I'mt Cfflc at Kan OUT, I (U itroil I'Ut Matter. t Autumn Offerings From the Big Store WESTERN UNIVERSITY, Oorrpotident wanted In e very city , tad town in till matt. Write us. All news matter Intended for pub- U oat tori ehouUi reach our office not la tor than Tutsditv, of each week and, Butt be signed by the writer nut (or publication, but a guarantee of auth enticity, , FFIOIi-No. 117 Weit Slstr. St.,! Kansaa City. Mo. Advtrtidng Rntee, (of mli'h, ooe Inaerilnn I H or on Inch. rei'h auiiaequeot Insertion M For two tarka, three niuiib IU0 futtwo laohv, all month 100 for two ini'he, nine months 10 00 rtwolncbai Ixln month MOD OLDEST NECiRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL Uy THE REST. i Tie paid circulation of The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colore...

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. — 20 October 1905

THE RISING SON. -J A A. B. Johnson, Assistant Manager. Eugene Vaugan, Agt. Kansas City, Kna. IISX Hpllt Log. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. Remember please It'a tde little blta we collect here and there That enables us to run from year tu year." LOCALS. Mr. Fields is still on the sick list. Mrs. A. B. Johnson is on the sick list this week. Girl wanted to do collecting on this paper. Call at office mornings. You get your money's worth when you trade at Rau's. corner 19th and Flora. Rev. Father Harper who has been ill for some time was at church last Sunday. Rev. F. Jesse Peck left last Wed nesday to attend conference at Hlg ginsville, Mo. Colored people get your groceries at Arthur Raus. corner 19th and Flora. He Is O. K. You get your money's worth when you trade at Rau's, corner 19th and Flora. He is O. K. Mrs. Gus Morgan has removed to 19th and Vine where she will be pleased to see her friends. Mrs. W. H. Hubbell has opened a millinery and notion store near the corner of 19th ...

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. — 20 October 1905

BOW A FRIEND SEP GREW The Story UTirfArr famf Sapollo got a mora j enthusiastic welcome in homes where JOapolitt was an old and tried friend, I or where It was a stranger, In a ques- j tlon. Where women hud come to rely . on Sapollo for rapid, thorough clean ing In every part of the house except 4be laundry, they commenced without j afoss of time, to a all of thli new prize. MJrubby little hands, and stained, work' worn older ones, whitened, softened, and smoothed out as If by magic, cal lous spots disappeared, and com flexions cleared. Children ceased their strenuous objections to the scrub tlog up process, because It became a ehtro JwJtlk pleasure. It freshened up the bands mfter dlsh-washlng, removing the most Hsairreeable feature of that necessary ' Mask. It was found to keep delicate taby skins from chafing better than calvo or powder, and the crowning Inofe In the song of delight came when an adult member of the family used It tin a full bath, and realized th.-.t a Turkish lin...

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. — 20 October 1905

Prove It By the Oven Fire Put llie lvnnrlrrfnl KC HiV. infl Powder to the tett. ft a can on approval. Your money will be returned if you don't acree that all we claim is true. You'll be delighted with the de licious, wholesome things that . ounces roja KC BAKING POWDER will bring to life in your oven. IC C. lialcSnif VntiAr im ton. imstZTtC! thirds cheaper and makes purer. k JcJ bcttcr more healthful food than vnujpr outer powders anywhere near 7 K C Dual it v. H nunrrt (nr 25 cents, t, et it to-day I JAQUES MFC. CO. Chlcaoo Wend ft poatal for "Book of PrtMuu." Bualneaa Academy for Women. The people of the duchy of Cobnrg Intend to give the young Duke Charles Kdwurd a wedding present of a sum of money sufficient to restore tho Luther church In the old castle of CoburK In which Luther lived and preached 370 years ago. Atk Your Dealer for Allen's Foot-Eat A powder. It nsts the foci. Cures Swollon, bore, lint, Callous. Aching, Sweating Feet and Ingrowing Nails. A tall Drueeisti and iSl...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 20 October 1905

Foxes and Their Burrows. For iti matrmi-nt that foxoa bar hole there I not only the authority of natural history liit nf Coxpcd. The typical habitat inn of the fox I a hole la the sri'und. Kunnlne to earth" an! "illecltiK out" are will Known In eMt'tit of the Knuii-h oport. The fox 1 a wise hrnt in !1 tlitnp. wise r.oMcti t rent il burrow of any ani on.'.; but in ! fiiu!' of such iiImhIis he U MU'-te eapal-N' "t iltuuiK for him s.'.f. and tlia: l.marUablo spevil. Good Proof of Guilt. When William M. Kvitrt was a villi.- man he oVIVlt.b-t In court ft iiMii name.l K.!nt U vlvi ' rhatm.i with foii;t !. Tin a: iiitcrestini; one. .ird Mr. brilliant or i: t ! a ijulttal. lie 1 .e! a t.iO tn.in wa." inn WONDERFUL ! DISCOVERY Curly Hair Made Straight By X trial wan Kwir's by i l.ent s lor.u helief that i,t until the trial v. all ovi r. Tin n I opinion. 1M. i !!. I L:s :' e w a t v.:eil rlianueil his i ii! Mr. Kx.irt h-H K. English Tavern Sign. A tavern sluti t-e. n in :irlous tarts cf Knirl...

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. — 27 October 1905

If Pays to Advertise In the Rising Gon VOLUME X. LEXINGTON NEWS. Rev. O. D. Vaughn of Carthage, Mo., preached at the Second Babtlat church Sunday night. Mrs. Laura Lee who has been here for the past few months with her father, Mr. James Taylor, left last week for her home In Omaha, Neb. Dr. Taylor of Columbia Is here vis iting friends. Miss Henrietta Haydew of Independ ence is here visiting relatives. Bishop Grant preached a noble ser mon at Hlgglnsville Sunday morning. Every soul that ever knew the love of God was enthused. Quite a num ber from here were there. Mr. George Worsuff and Miss Flora Dorsey were united into matrimony Wednesday, Oct. 18th, at the bride's home. Rev. Wm Thlrkles officiated. We hope them a long and prosperous life. Miss Hannah Harris departed this life Oct. 19th and was burled on the 21st from the St. John's M. E. church. She leaves a dear mother, one sister and two brothers, to mourn her loss. We extend our heartfelt sympathy to the family. Mr. Frank Saunde...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 27 October 1905

. i ,'fi'i4 'tfwijmt m iiffLlClUU J ki5HllJS 11J EVERY DESIGNED FOX ivp Thy t rred. tl-v I 1 1 ' I : i.l ll "111'! . . 1 The Kingdom I ' 1 :.! ., I .l-.l ! t ' ..-.! 1 1 t ' and the King. i.l liiil.i l:im. Al t tin iih-w . . .I Tl i killj 'I'n ill il i' I ' 1 -:i it. I Ml. b.t I ii.ir wui.i :t.. i. .".' Pilate mat: ; t .-1 .1 a Iivily Interest iD tin' kinili:p of .Ions Christ. '1 Ins whs tM'iiiul In i aiiM' hi' represented a Ition.in h iin.i ti it it his tl nt y to tie I'ti.: the rn.il pr- nn:,i;iv of Caesar. He ai'i orditiuiy askc.l .lesus tin- dine question, "Art thou a kiug?' .) su made ni evasion or denial, hut posit ively affirmed that He ha I a kingdom, that 1!" l.ail mne iiitu tin- world for the purpo.-e of being a Kins. I .ft us think of t lie kingdom and the King Tlif kingdom i'f Christ Is spiritual; for while llf i-iitrrcils the muter. a! forces of the world, the ri.-o and fal. of lupin s, laws and institutions, n d;s' itiguishing e harartf ri.-'tic of Mis Kingdom is Its s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 27 October 1905

m i bmW. y fefflON Embroidery Done In Chinese. Crepe de chine naturally suggests Chinese embroideries, and there nre tome really exquisite example of this work shown in waists that are sup posed to be unliable for almost any wear. One In white shows a, flight of cranes all across the front, the whole thing worked In whitP on the while round, the blouse fastening In the , bark no that the fronts are left whole and unbroken for the display of the exquisite nepdlework. Another in n dull blue one Beam crepe de rhlne has a dado of flat; lilies in the natural tones of purple and green rush leaves, i.ie combination 01 soft bines and purples being extreme ly good, while a similar one in pale green Is decorated with water lilies. Since all of this work is executed by band one can guess that the .rlce de manded runs close up to three figures for the finished blouse. Velvety Cream Gravies. Corn starch Is better than flour, and It is well to know that the yolks of two eggs) nre equal to a table...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 27 October 1905

THK RISING SON. UTB WOODS BumnMaoAfBf . Publlfthfl fcvrrr Week HISINO SON PUBLISHINCCO "MTHsClUITluN KATES: a m in moatii ire uinntni a mvnlb If f urtctly pitlil In advanoa intnd at the '( Office at Ransa City, u Stcoid t ins' Matter. Onrrtwpondf nts wanted In every city aa U)wn id thi mate. Write on. All new nuttier Intended for pub Uosvtlon ihiih1 reach our offlee not la tor than Tut idav, of each week and uit be HlKtied by the writer nut for publication, but as guarantee of auth enticity. . l" r i.'itli. nn. I miiliiK the Interest man-1 Ifrslt'il not by the Negro lllntie. lul ! ilif whites iim writ, we run feel na silled I hnt tin- better element if tin' 'while people of the S)llth are as op pose.! to lyuehitig iim nn; thw holler element of whiles in liny other w lion of i lie country, and wr look for- ward to the time when lynching in the South will he considered a henimis crime. Iiy Unit good element of south erners, when the North and the South will unite against such crimes. ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 27 October 1905

If THE RISING SON, A. B. Johnson, Assistant Manager. Eugene Vnuffnn, Ant. Kansas City, Knn. W.1H Split I-OR, A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo Remember please It's tne little bits we collect here and there hat enable! ua to run from year U year.' LOCALS. Mr. John Hill's condition Is un changed. Negro Medical Student Makes 100 Per Cent. In Examination. Ir. Pacy made loo per cent, at the Kansas State Hoard of Medical Ex amination In Bacteriology. Thirty-one sat In the examination with him. Dr. I'aey Is a Ncrto and the first to ob tain a round hundred In a test. Miss E. A. Wheeler Is suffering from a bad cold. Girl wanted to do collecting on this paper. Call at office mornings. You get your money's worth when you trade at Rau's, corner 19th and Flora. He is O. K. Go to Cant roll Dry Goods and Hard ware Co fop up to date Millinery, 27th and Cleveland avenue. Mr. Ray is in the restaurant busi ness and would be glad to have his friends call and see him. DeBt Millinery at lowest pices 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. — 27 October 1905

w . t ! Im i I . Slit' I I . . I I II .X' .1 I'll' T! ' V. n.I v.iy li i k wa-i ill .j-i'.I. i nutr t i. ii iit-.ie nam1 down the t .1 1 !.. l u:lit II, I., .i ,.f tie 1 tH'lt Tt lltti r Maw DOO 'l l,o ruiisliino inir had looked so llllpllt tO A' US (III tills gloriolt.-. fVp- tetnl.i r !..., as she stood oil the 'i.i clad iutIi of her cd. y cottage ami iiui'i n. !.ii ii the thriving tardiu :i nl tin- v.'wty l;nvi'.. Tin city vvih its i!..-t.ir.t c.f saol.t h'.uniiL". tl.e iinil I. ir avvav. 1 he itff.it 1 sky w -ire tin i IM. r siii.l i It.-. iltmi'T: . Ill ! tin t I; iirnl 1 1 ,i -which I Am! f-licl. f..r t-i.!. r an. I v. rv i i !;! t ' ;. )'!' I h- .- hill' A ' ' ! IlllllltllS i ! I ll 1. 1 I.i i II mi f: tu'i'i future V! i!i s! i liivkh-ful 1 1 i y livvar.l tin I II Ml till' again.-!, til 'f - . tin. I to have ri tin :.--;:iir. from Ii'-r If'l!' . ti " strilc vvl'.o'.'y away hru ai the i:. imlil... s. ,..'! from tie I !i i I miN. . i'...i!."s and I tl.iTi' w.,s Ir. trill-, to ;...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 27 October 1905

t Beautify Your Walls and Ceilings! ,TWatoastvxy A flock Cenent 1 n .7.1, wBiiieni ,n(1 bwuiuui ttnta. Does not rub or male. Destroys dls germs aud vermin. No washing of valla afte? once appUsd. Any one can brush It on mix with cold water. Other Unlshes, bearing- fanciful name and mixed with either hot or cold water, do not have tho. cementing property of Alabasters. Ther are tluckon with glue, or other animal matter, whkh rota, feeding disease germs, rubbing, callng nd apollln wall, cloth. In, etc. each Finishes mast be wathod ell every year-eipeniiva, fllthf work. Bny Alabaattneonljrln Ave pound pack Properly labeled. Tint card, pretty wall and celling design, ' Hint oo Decorating" and our artlau' errtcM in ULklng color plana, free. ALABASTINE CO., (had Rspldi, Mkh, or IU Water St.. N. V. TWENTY-FIVE BUSHELS OF WHEAT TO THE ACRE Means a pro ductive ca pacity In dol lars of over $16 per acre. This on land which ban eoat the farmer Both In but the price of tilling it, Ulla lis own 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. — 27 October 1905

Wane and Their Burrow. For thi statement that foxes hsrs boles there H not only the authority of natural history Imt f (tospel. The typical hahltiitum of the fox Is a hole Is tln ground, ituntilne to earth" nd "illncini! out" arc well Known In cident of the KnulMi siort. The fox Is a ls. tift in a'.l thln. wise enoiiali ti rent tin- burrow of any ani mal, hut In i! fault of such abodes he is unite rapsililo of iliitcinis for him self, and that wi:h remarkable speed. 4 Good Proof of Guilt. Tl'hen William M. Kvatts M a youni; man ho defended in court a j man tiiimi'il l-M wards, who I charged with forurry. Th trial was an Interesting one, ami Mr. Kvarts ly brilliant work seenred hU client's acquittal, lie had a mroni! belief that the man was innoreiit until the trial was all over. Then he changed his opinion. IMwar.ls paid Mr. Kvarts hit fee with a forued ehe'k. English Tavern Signs. A tavern cinn Been In various rr of Kiisland is "The Imis's Head In a Pot." arcompanyltiK the paintlii...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 3 November 1905

. 1 : : it Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME X. LINCOLN INSTITUTE NOTES. Dr. B. F. Allen addressed the Coun ty Teachers' Association assembled at Webster Grove, St. Louis county, October 2G-28, on "The Spirit of the Teacher." The address was received with hearty applause. The presenta tion and discussion on various educa tional questions during the sessions demons' rated the fact that the teach ers of this county are alive and up to date. Not less than seven of the re cent graduates of Lincoln Institute or attendants of the summer school, are employed In this county, and are doing well. The patrons of Mr. W. II. Thomas' class of 1905, principal of the school in Carbondale, 111., are so well pleased with the character of his work, that, notwithstanding the presence of a State Normal School in Illinois to which their children are eligible, they have decided to send them to Lincoln Institute. "The American Boy," the subject of a well-known and widely advertised lecture, presen...

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. — 3 November 1905

L: 11 Cc.it tlic Ntrtcit. T' .i' : s. : '"'" : f ' I ; . ; .- I l-i.:e i w : :i in.--- . : ; . i . r.. t:.a I. of '! t;..i . ,-. .. : ..- ie- '!. ' . j i w i :'',.--..:'. o; 1 1 : r tl. .:' i'i.1ii .'' lie ob- J- a . a i , t w ; .s to t!:a:-''i ',, t,..r : :a! is It. nv. hut I' ; . .- i i' . aro won- !' . " r : ,r. "l I' h Ui- -' i '. , . ' - ;.. . ..!. ; l-i it a t: I ir. :'. '.' v . ti a -n.ail ti.' --a:: I , ::.ir n: . ' : !. ir :t 1 of !!;' t.i-'h lit',..! '. .'.''i.l!' ft .1 f W Ma-ell- I ! ; a i.!- at uifferenco in the , ; !.. ,!.' Ti osP town .:: : w a in t. . : '.'.ho-it a v:.i; i:; i.ir'y . as f tho v. :ti". ;'. a:-i ! . , ;.t w i : n o. r t'ntn w i!l 1 ' 1. -. i . 'i ;-i n rff w I ? -1 1 i r". a 1 l:i o'l.or cr:-. ill.' t- v, -. ,. M- and t'.n.shi J wl.h oi." aii.. r v. it "' Cn'e Frappe. Ma" T ilt: at;.! a I ti'f rf f'rnn : ,'. .,, . .' double I! tl -: . 1 1 t-':. tin'!'. S. ,iM o:t.- pir.' of th'.n i r' . in. . : i . . : in it otn- 'ij'fill and a t!.:r I . f crar.ula:.-!...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 3 November 1905

CARE OF How to Acquire and Retain the Priceless Posses- sion of Good Health Ott Out of "Work Cages" to Curs Consumption. ' "No nnlmal ever dies of consumo tton unless It has suffered Imprison ment In a cage," says Dr. W. A. Evans In the Chicago Tribune. From this fact he draws the conclusion that It Is the caged life of animal man. In many cases an inevitable accompaniment of his work, that Is responsible for the large proportion of deaths from this dread disease. How quickly a cure may be wrought If only those afflict ed will abandon their "work cages" and get Into the fresh air, he tells In the following paragraphs: "Every year In Chicago there are 6,000 cases of tuberculosis among men. and 2.300 Individuals die from the disease. Two years and three months of more or less Inability to work pre cede the end in these 2.300 cases, to say nothing of the time lost to those who are cured. To the economic Chi cago, the aggregate cost of one year's death roll Is the work of one man for 5,...

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. — 3 November 1905

THE RISING SON. UWIB WOODS buaoMi Maaagw. Published Ecry Week RISING SON PUBLISH1NGCO WSUHSCHIPTlON RATES: fm . M n DIOIUUI 19 tin month 8 Ona aauatb It luridly puld In idunn lmUrd at the Port Offirt at Ka$ Oitf, a Steoid VUim Matter. Correspondents wanted lo etary clly tad town id thi ntHte. Write us. All uews mutter Intended for pub lication ohciuld reach our office not la tor thitD Tutsriay, of each week and Butt be signed by the writer nut for publication, but as guarantee of auth ntli'lty, )FFIOtl-No. 117 West SliU. St., Kansas City, Mo. AU vertiatiitf Ratios, for on lnh, on Innartlon .M fur one Inch. v.'h auliMquKat Intertlon . tot two lBcht-a, ihrve momh I.UO y.irtwo lactir', all innndi loo for two Inch, nlna montha 10 00 Fa two Incbot twelv mootha uqo OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE RFST. it j Yhe paid circulation j of The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu-; lationof all the other I Kansas City Colored , weekly newspapers. October 20, 1...

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. — 3 November 1905

7 THE RISING SON. A. B. Johnson, Assistant Manager. Eugene, Vaugnn, A at. Kansas City, Kan. I3H Sptit Log. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo Remember please It's the little blu we collect here and tbere hat enables us to run from yenr ti year." LOCALS. Girl wanted to do collecting on this paper. Call at office mornings. You get your mouey'a worth when you trade at Rail's, corner 19th and Flora. He Is O. K. Go to Cantrell Dry Goods and Hard ware Co for up to date Millinery, 27th and Cleveland avenue. Best Millinery at lowest pices at Cantrell Dry Goods and Hardware Co., 27th and Cleveland. Great Silay Family. The great family of Sllay, a city of 14,500 inhabitants In the Philippine island of Negros, Is that of Ming Lee. They are Chinese mestizos, partiarchal and vastly rich, the great house shel tering the sons and their families, more than forty adults, with J roves of children. The eldest son has just completed bis second term as governor of the Island. The head of the fam ily Is ...

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. — 3 November 1905

"Beyond r ... v . i t ,t !' li!i .. .. -.rn f .tore. I k? . 4- , II! (. I' nil. nt I lP ; r - i : - in- i:ri in. i initiiii, - .1 . . . i 1 :. I.".. - !. II. ... ,. -. ..... j . i 1 1 i- . " ..... mill t.il!, I- ?: . t : I . I -....It . II:..! l . I : i ills. i v . I; ' ' : t ! ill - !' ill'. , A-. V " I I !:. ' I it V.I' I'..- -nil SI I 1 f t ' I :! .-.. i. v.,:!" K l.l, A in' ir 1 l- ' ' ' .' I . u i,ii ' T .-I ii -i i . ' ) li- ... hi i;l-: Th II..... Ii. II I . l.l. I '' ill II.. I l.w.'! - i'.in.i I-, iii I'r.'cli.f. be wrong by j c trcii'Miniit t9".i . 1 Fi'ven days In nil open hunt m lliat triipic.il .si.i. S. vrii iias nf pitiless mi. iMiniiiiu iiiul rhanitm our throats nti; tie mis! i jil'lc pittance nf wati'r te liuij ii!his t il niirsi'.irj had irritated rather iluin sa'isliiil ainl now that was gone. Si veil ilavs of liixnit soaked with f a atr. which i our tir filili' thir.-t more utiliiara. :'. nnl ill! arouiul us that pi ai rful s. a. 'hii 1 thought of tli.' awful Stu...

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