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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 4 January 1906

Ersrr houskcpjr should know that If they will bur Deflaoca) Cold Water Starch for laundry uae they will aare not only time, because It sever sticks to the Iron, but because acb package contains If os. one full pound wbtle all other Cold Water Starches are put up In -pound pack ages, and the price la the same, 10 cents. Then again because Defiance Starch Is free from all Injurious chem ilcala. If your grocer tries to sell you ; lt-os. package It Is because ha has i a, stock on hand Which he wishes to 'dispose of betore he puts In Defiance. He knows that Defiance Starch has printed on every package In large let ters and figures "16 oss." Demand De fiance and aave much time and money and the annoyance of the Iron stick ing. Defiance never sticks. The sooner a man gets rid of the Idea that he was cut out for a poli tical leader the sooner he will be come of some use to himself and fam ily. Cures Cancer, Blood Poison and 8crofula. If you have blood poison producing eruptions, pimples, ul...

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. — 4 January 1906

CHRISTMAS THOUGHTS. Christmas Is potentially a day of hnmnn (tood will. (Jeorge William Curtis. May thf spirit cf the "wort Christ mas Clillil possess nn may tho Star of Itrtht'Ihcm shine nhovp my ilwill Ins pliii'i' Thomas n Krinpls. Tho scaxui of rvsct ncraicd forllnjt the son son for kindling, net mrrrly the fire of hospitality in the lull, hnt the Fcnlal tlanu-s of charily In tin' heart. WashltiRton Irvtns. We make a (."ro.it doal of ponrc w ith heaven; Christ mado ninth of prare on earth. Henry l'riimmoml. It Is pood to bo children sometimes, and never hotter than .it Christmas, when Its mlchiy Founder a a child Himself Charlt s Picl.crm I have always thought of Christmas time as n good lime A kind, furgiv Ins. charitable. pleasant tinio. Charles Pickens. Lift up your eyes to the proal mean ing of tho day, and d.ire to think of your humanity as something: so di vinely prerious that it U worthy of helng made an offering lo Cud. Count It as a ptivlleue to make that offering as ro...

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. — 18 January 1906

i Pays to Advertise In the Rising Gon VOLUME X. Clock Made of Slate. Perhaps the most unique timepiece In existence Is owned by Humphrey O. Prltchard, a slate quarryman of Delta, Pa. The varieties he used In clude the Peach Bottom blue slate anJ the red, green and purple slate of Ver mont. Ono hundred and sixty-four separate pieces of this material were used In the construction and are held together by twenty-thne dozen small metal screws. Many of the, slate sheets are as thin as paper, and scores were broken before the timepiece was finished. The clock Is four feet high, two feet wide and one foot deep. It has a cathedral gong and Is lighted by nine Incandescent bulbs. The work, which Is really artistic, was done by Prltch ard during idle moments at the quarry, and eight months' time was required in its completion. There has been much discussion as to the origin of the term "O. K." It seems that In the Choctaw language there is a word, "okeh," which means "If Is correct," or "I agr...

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. — 18 January 1906

CRUSHKI) UN I) KIl PIE WERE ARTIST'S HOPES AND MIL. MGNAIRL'S SILK HAT. Impression So Ardently Desired Was Certainly Made, But Net In the Rirht Place Consolation Under the Circumstances Simply a Mock 'Don't talk to ln 1" walled the girl urtist w i i 11 ir a daub of pn'i n paint off thi' Mo of her nose with a clean coiner of her apron. "iHm't even look at in i ! I c:m't lirnr It! I'm a liiilnii' a rank miserable " "Tut, tin." in'trrupied the tympa tilt ll.' fib ml. carefully testing the strength of a tnbourctte before sitting down on l:. "Why thin sudden de 1 i-i ssiou ?" "It Isn't a ma: tor of depression ; it's a n.itur of Impression," correct ed the girl artist, lulling a screen In I! "lit of l.t r last niulit's supper table. "What do ou think of nil Impression 1st who cannot make an Impression?" " I t;i t I luinuht you hail, yon know. Your laititlti's " "It isn't my paintings; It's my lbs." w.is tin- astonishing rejoinder, ".in.l if I've made an Impression It's Mi" very worst poss...

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. — 18 January 1906

mms "it I 8oft and Fluffy Effects. The fashionable neck ruches are too oft and fluffy for description. It is no exaggeration to say that It 1b beyond the power of mere words to tell of the beauty of these novelties. Suffice It to say that the fabrics most In demand re plain tulle, ring lot net, chiffon, inallnes. and mousseline. Extremely dainty effects are laid In countless ruched folds, between which are smuggled clusters of little pink rose buds, blue forget me nots and cow slips, while at the front there are long streamers of hand-painted ribbons ewarthed with lace. again, caught with flowers and lovers' knots of silver and Sold braid. Scarfs of lace retalj their prestige, but they can not get away from the softening effect of chiffon and the cloudy, diaphanous stuffs that are the attraction of such trimming.'!. White lace with black chiffon is a striking combination, and the two form a background for most artistic trim mings of American beauty roses, fushias, and other bright 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. — 18 January 1906

A' UK HIKING SON. I1BWI8 WOODS EunTMaaafor Published Kvery Wees ISIN0 3ON PUBLISHINGCO rM'hsCUUTlON HATES: Mr "r M 1.1 nwi m iw uKinttx sf Bomb.. U lufrtlr pnld In sd.snrts intend at the I'ort Office ol Kant OttJ, as Sxd VUim Matter. Correspondent wanted In t-nrj eltf aaa town m till stale. Write or. All news matter Intended for pub lication Khuuli! re iii'h our office nut la ser than TutPiliiy, of each week and oust be Riitued by tho writer nut for publication, but a guarantee of auth enticity. FFICKi-No. 117 West 8ltr. Kintat City, Mo. St., Advertising Hta, for oss 1"h. on ln.rtloD t out ln"h. each .ut'(jiin Insertion r't two lickrt, thrvs month , fur tu !oi'ii, u QMinili fur two tni'h., nln rmiriilii ot two Inclim twelve months I H Mj luo oc tow nop OLDEST NfcCiRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE REST. ifc i"he paid circulation of The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. The tu iirii as to mush o...

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. — 18 January 1906

THE RISING SON. Eugene V mi (run. Ant. Kansas C ity. Knn. , 938 Hpllt Log, A. W. Walker, Agent. Lexington, Mo It's the little blu we collect here end there tat enublei uft to run from year wi yenr. LOCALS. Get the habit of going to McCamn- bell & Houston's Drug Store, ' 2300 Vine St. . The highest tribute that Pres. Roose velt could pay to the Western negro for their loynlty to the grand old party, was the appointment of W. T. Vernon, president of Western Univer sity as Registrar of the Treasury. Every race loving colored man should feel proud of this appointment. Mrs, Maley Alexander, Missionary, will lecutre at the Vine 8treet Bap tist church Friday evening, January 19, and at the Second Baptist church at 10th and Charlotte street at 4 p. m. Mrs. Booker T. WashlnRton and son were In our city last week enroute to los Angeles Cal., where she has gone to Improve the health of her son. While here she was the guest of Mrs. D. N. Crowsthwulte of 1020 Virginia. She was given a drive ...

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. — 18 January 1906

u. In the Midst A My nlartnlnu tin Is I tic a ln'tno If I nlji u lil I . t li lui Km in vi tin' f.mili.iM ti .iin A". I li: til" Ml If.' Ai i mi l ti t on II nt miiihimI rush WlijM'il tli" ciiii-." WI'i'H' l.Mt l' sx tin ii III niio tn. ul irush Am h v 1 1 1 1 ' al.ilu. In ki.-l nil In' fi iv lil'i- 1 1 10 illi-t I-'imih I iitw nf tut. A'nl -limM l ti " tlii'HiKli It tiiilnirt 'lllI'V.' I till' fi-.'H." A "ll'i:' tiiiin niiixt cr liii'k nllvi', I lh In Ml.itr. T'. i" '! wm.b I W lli.il O'ltni' survive To Kl.nltliltr. - I'h:i.i.l. l.il. liulMln. (Copyriniit, r.i": by Cold, clierrloss nnil desolate, the ratuhMng dlil farm hcui.se utir.xl In all It ili arim .-8 outlined against a gray, wintry sky (net', all! years ago there was com fort, love, ace, happiness wihlti Its walls, lint It was so tnaiiv, many years ngo. that the oldest InlriMtants df the surrounding country hail ! most forgotten about such things. Weeds in ( oil tin Ir unfruitful heads above- tin'1 snow reaching from the dil...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 18 January 1906

WHO SHE WAS SKETCH OF THE LIFE OF LYDIA E. PINKHAM And a True Story of How the Vegetable Compound Had Its Birth arid How the "Panic of '73' Caused It to be Offered for Public Sale In Drug Stores. This remarkable woman, whose taslden name was Bates, was born in Lynn, Mass., February 8th, 1819, com ing from a good old Quaker family. For some years she taught school, and became known as a woman of an alert and Investigating mind, an earnest seeker after knowledge, and above all, possessed of a wonderfully sympsr tnetio nature. In 1843 she marriea Isaac Pinkbaro. ft builder and real estate operator, and their early married life was marked by prosperity and happiness, . 1 hey had four children, three sons and a daughter. In those good old fashioned days It Was common for mothers to liiake their own home medicines from roots and herbs, nature's own remedies calling in a physician only in specially urgent cases, uy irauition and i'X perience many of them gained a won derful knowledge of th...

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. — 18 January 1906

(J CHRISTMAS THOUGHTS. Christmas Is essentially a day of human pood will. George William Curtis. May the spirit of the wert Christ- mas ChlM pomps nir, may the Star of lU'thelliotn shine iihoe my dwell ing place Thoma n Kt-inpl. The spAsmi of r ci iier.'ited feellne the season for kltiillim:. not im-rely the fire of hospitality In Hie lull. Hit the ftenlal lUimis of rliiirii.v mi the heart. Washington In itm. We make a great ilr.i! of pcire with liravtn: Christ in.n'e nindi of peace on earth. Henry I'lunmiomi It Ik cuoil to lie iHMi.n sninetlniPs, and never licit, r than .11 Christmas, when Its nuchiy I'eiiii,!, r was a iluM Himself Chatlt s Pi; 11s I have alwiys t '1 . .--h r ,f Christmas IiHic h a uiui.l t 1 in A kind, ferglv Inc. fh.iriialde. pleasant time. Cluirlrs Pirk' tis. I. lit up your 1 y. s to the treat mean ing of the day, and dare to think of jour humanity a- something so di vinely prerlntis that it Is worthy if helng made an offering lo (iod. Count It as a privilege to...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 1 February 1906

ii It Pays to Advertise In the Rising Gon VOLUME X. 1 I LEXINGTON NEW 8. StJ John's M. E. church held their Quarterly meeting last Sunday, the 20th. It was held by Presiding El der Smith. He spent several days here In seing after the business of the church on the account of the death of Rev. Clark, who died on the 13th of January, 1906. Elder Clark was highly respected by the members of his church and the citizens gen erally. His funeral .was preached by the presiding elder. The following ministers were present: Rev. A. A. Gilbert, Rev. C. C. Calhoun and Rev. Barterson. They all spoke words of praise of him as a Christian minis ter. His remains were taken to To peka, Kan., for Interment. He leaves a wife and seven children and other relatives with a host of friends to mourn his loss. We extend our heartfelt sympathy to the family. The protracted meeting Is still go ing on at the A. M. E. church over 20 additions have been made to the church. Rev. Barterson Is here assist ing Elder A...

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. — 1 February 1906

How to Do Sash Curtains. All sjrts of inexpensive ny cf Iri'.rnhic: ash cirta'r.s arc being re ported to by plrls who want some thing a little out o( the onllnnry, yet who foci that the money they wnnt to upend upon fixing up their rooms ran bo spent more profitably upon other things than curtains. Cheesecloth Is even used for some of the least expensive sash curla'ns, and they are miide rather wider than the usual curtain, so that there Is more fullness on the rods, and fin ished with narrow, full ruffles. Scrim curtains, with a band of drawn work Just Inside the hem, or a baad of Hanlanger (and both are easy to do on such a wiry, loose mesh stuff) are rtunning, and cost almost nothing but the work. The dots In dotted SwLs may be embroidered cither nil over or In a border, or In motifs hero and there. If you embroider them In color use embroidery cotton in one of the "old" fhades of blue, or green, or red. Or Swiss Is rretty left untrlmmed. Stenciling "trims" beautifully, and Is co...

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. — 1 February 1906

7 Fashions In Nsw York. Empire styles' are an established fact, and the fashionable world is fol lowing, the fad for things Napoleonic to an enthusiastic extreme, writes Helen Berkeley-Loyd, in the Delinea tor. Simplicity is the key-note for jlrllsh figures. The materials used Are fine chiffon broadcloth for after noons, set off by jaunty furs and a be coming hat Evening gowns are of net, tulle and the supplest and shln st of radium silks. Princess gowns predominate and they are' fitted to the form by fine tucks, smocking, or i groups of shirring alternated with vertical lines of dainty hand embroid ery, of lace or of applied trimming, Hand embroidery valiantly holds Us .own and the magnificence that marks Ithe matron's gown, and distinguishes jit so conspicuously from that of her jyounger sister or daughter, is 7 no 'means confined to the embroidery lav- llshed uon It. Masses of gold and sil Iver are used, in lace, In gauze cloth land in bullion embroidery. Evening wraps, always an...

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. — 1 February 1906

THE RISING SON. tlW IS'WOODB BngjnNa" Moaagt. Published Kffry Week RISING SON PUBLISHINGCO WSUBSCHIPTION RATES: "" ji mom in . . rir uunttii sooatta . . lerlctlr paid In advance j - Stem VUua Matttr. j OorrsspondenU wanted In e?rj city tad town id this state. Write m. I All news matter Intended for pub- j UoatlOD should reach our office not la-! tor than Tuesday, of each week and i Butt be slfrued by the writer not for ; publication, but as guarantee of auth- y 1'' ! IFFIOKi-No. I 1 7 Welt Slitl. St.,; Kanaaa City, Mo. Advsrtiaintf Rntoa, : for olrh, 0Dln.rti,.n N sim Fortwo lchf, si i month loo KKSlEaU".: OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE REST. ?fc The paid circulation Of THE RlSING SON . , , , . IS more than dOUble the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. llixon, the Negro hater, has dial-; lenued Hooker Washington. The pco- j pie are awaiting Hookers' replv with a great deal of interest. The interests of the tax payers...

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. — 1 February 1906

THE RISING SON. Eugene Vaugnn, Ant. Kansas City, Km. 938 MplH Lor. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. Remember please It's tbe IIUU blta w collect here and there that enable, ua to run from year to year' L O C AL S . Mrs. F. J. Peck Is having a delight ful time in California. ' Mrs. John Lange is getting along nicely with her art class. Get the habit of going to McCamp- bell & Houston's Drug Store, 2300 Vine St. Prof. R. T. Caleo will contribute an article to The Son next week on Do- inetic Science. All kinds of hot and cold drinks are still being served at McCampbell & Houston's. Go to McCampbell & Houston's for the purest and best In everything han dled by an up-to-date drug store. Prof. G. N. Grlsham spent the holl day week in Richmond, Va. He re ports having enjoyed a good time. Tha Kits In Ancient Times. Individuals of princely rank once ex pected the kiss of respect from their Inferiors, but this custom is almost obsolete. A kiss was conferred as a formal mark of ...

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 February 1906

Tumors Conquered Without Operations I nm Kll.llf.u Into the dirk. lh dark. Tt ttin MniirM of a r1lp)nff n;r. With tin' Klh'iit Hivi lirhlnil me spread, Afi'1 tlio Mlrnt in trfi.rc: Ami fur nn IN- (n'klit N Hit" beacon Unlit 1 lift on (lie f;umiK shore. Thf ntom swirl brlow. bflow, Tin- ..ff Miiilit l.nilnt neitixt my hand W illi t . T If ll I'f n Wll'UlllK i..VC -- Aii'l n-'iif 'li" 'i' l"M I" tl" iTiii-on light Tli.it 1'ijhii tin' ! tnv love" .Mi. c 1 . Tlld' n In National M.iK izlno. Made a Temporary Abode on Iceberg (Special Correspondence.) Unqualified Success of Lydia E. ptnKh&m's vesetaJbie compound m cases or Mrs. fox and Miss Adams. HeiUfccn the Lights j V (CVpyrldit. 1303, y "And to you write uplifting poetry Hiss Howard,'- lie asked iu slightly bored torn.-. Jeannette froze Mm with a look. "Perhaps verso would sound lietter," lie assented quietly with u quizzical iiaduw t( a Miille back of hi pince net. Jeannette Ignored lilra majestically If that lit ii n Mini; adject...

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. — 1 February 1906

Whose Say-so Is Best? With nearly alt medicine put up for ale through druggist, one has to take the milker say-go alone as to their cura tive value. Of course, such testimony Is not that of a disinterested party and accordingly Is not to he given the same credit as If written from disinterested motive. Dr. i'lorce's medicines, how ever, form a single and therefore striking exception to this rule. Their claims to the confidence of Invalids dues not rest solely upon their makers' say-so or praise. Their Ingredients are matters of public knowledge, being printed on each separate bottle wrapper. Thus Invalid - sufferers are taken Into Dr. Pierce's full confidence. Scores of loading medical men have written enough to flu volumes In praise pf the curative value of the several Ingredients entering into these well-known medicines. Amongst thme writers we And such med ical llshli at Prof. Flnler Mlptwood, U. D.. SI Bennet Medical College, Chicago! Prof. I ale, of the name cltr t Prof. John M...

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. — 1 February 1906

CHRISTMAS THOUGHTS, Christmas Is psst'titlaHy a dur of human good will. George William Curtis. May the spirit of iho sweet Christ mas Chllil poMcr me. may the Star of nethelhem phino niovo my dwell ing pliico Tlionm a Keiupls. The season of n c nrraifrt frrllne the season for Kinillm. n. i .norc ly the fire of hos.l.ili' In ih,' lull. Iut the ppnlal flnnirs uf cli.ni.v m tin' heart. Washington Ii Ina. Wi make a cr .it of um p with tieawn; Christ nuiifo tiniih uf pi-aeo in i.irth. Ili-tuy I 'iiiiiiiiioinl. It Is cooil o he ( UMtvn s hik timrs. nnil never luttrr t'l.in .it Cluistnins, when lis mighty l-'iin.l-r v.i a thiM llunsi'lf -Chiiil-. s l'icl,,-ns I hjp nlwiiys IIi.milIh of Christmas tiint' as a poml nun' A Kitiil, fnrslv Inc. rhariiHlilr, p!i.is,int lime. Charli s I ilcKcns. I. lit up jmir jes to tho LMrat moan In? of tho day, iiti. i'.iic to think of your humanity n. somothinK so li vlnoly pn oions tluit It Ih worthy of heltiK m.nlo an nfliiiii! to (iod. Count It as n i i v t...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 15 February 1906

' : ... ' ' '"X " It Pays to Advertise In the Rising Don VOLUME X. THE DOMESTIC SCIENCE OF GAR RISON SCHOOL. Principal R. T. Coles, of the Gar rison School, was asked by our re porter the other day as to the bene fit the girls are receiving from the Domestic Science Department of the school. He said, "I am well satis fied with results thus far. That Is one of my favorite departments of the school and I pay a great deal of attention to it. At present we have about eighty-five girls taking a course In cooking und practical house-keeping. Miss Robinson, the efficient teacher of that department, is thor oughly competent and much Interest ed lii the work. It will puy any one to visit her clusBes and notice the interest the girls take in the train ing. For example the following is a part gf the first year's course: two lectures a week on care of kitchen and kitchen utensils, sweeping, dust ing, care of brooms, brushes and dusters ; scrubing floors, window cleaning, silver polishing, cure ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 15 February 1906

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