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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 5 April 1906

At the Tier Foftly vhe shadows are falling Over the illno of the sun. Trembles tli una n If feeling- llemoise fur the deed It li;n don. Slowly the wind In nhntln. Here In the spray and the fonm. Fondly you're wntrhlti and waiting, Vuur wanderer will nut come home. Follow the sea gulls ovir. Crosshw. itH'UxwItm their track, Kv it a tule of h rover , tilings news of the good ship back. Bad wcrp the klse at parting. Moutiiftil (he thlnics lli.it were said, t,'npp tr.p I "Mir that whs stinting , Your player was prayer for the dead. Memnty, seeking fnrpvpr. Comes to the 'ilne of th deep, Weeps for Its dead, but will npvpr Discover the place of their sleep. Lu V. Vernon, In Biuule l'-jt-lntel-lisenccr. H F EMININ (Copyright, 130S, by "Be ye agoln' to swear away the life of your own son our con, Mary?"' The old man's voice quavered and unk Into a whine. I'm goln' to tell the truth." re plied the old woman with a weary mile. "He threw it away himself and killed his brother my baby. I saw hi...

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. — 5 April 1906

THE HISLMt SON. WOODS BunnfM M&aafer . Published Eery Week RISING SON PUBLISHING CO irtSUlWCKUTION RATES: r.r l?i moaiii . Fir month SB Ob Djonth 1 Sutetlt paid tn sdtanns tmUnd at the l'rrt Ofirt at Km$ CitJ, at Stand Clau Matter. Correspondents wanted In sry city aaa town iu this Hate. Write a. Ail news matter Intended for pub lication should reiich our office nut la ker than Tut fxlav, of i-ach week aod nutt be sinned by the writer nut for publication, but as guarantee of auth enttcltr. IFFICKi-No. 117 West Slitr. 81., Kansas City, Me. titctft'- u - - "Bgaai Ailvei tiaiiitf HhUi, for l-h. on Innrtli.o I M r on inch, rirh mlwgufDt ln.frtlon U i-t two t . ihrv mini i h I.UC f,ir to Im-i.-. i umniti 00 For to Inch, nli a month 10 UU to two Inch twelv mouth II 00 OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE REST. The paid circulation of The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. Tin iitt. iilimi w...

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. — 5 April 1906

THE RISING SON. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo Remcnibf r please It'i llie little bin we eoltrot hfre unit there h at enable u to run from yvnr ti yeur." LOCALS. You can secure a supply of Ozona liy calling on The Rising Son. There Is a remedy for Ignorauce, but none for knowing too much. The Knishis of Pythlns (colored) have changed their hall to 1734 Grand Ave. John Itoger8 who has Imen afflicted for sometime, will be removed to the asylum. Get the habit of going to McCamp bell & Houston's Drug Store, 2300 Vine St. If you have any news the Son will appreciate it if you will send it In here Tuesday of each week. Mrs. Lucindu Day visited her son, John, at Excelsior Sprlags last werk. It Is reported that Mr. Day Is Improving. Money Is only one kind of wealth. A very inferior kind too in copniarl son to industry and laudible ambitions. Earnest Hogan and Tom Logan, the stars of the "Rufus Rastus," will appear at the Grand some time soon. They are making a great hit. Rev. F. J. ...

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. — 5 April 1906

Word "Graft" of Recent PONT SCUNO SO DO IT PAL 7 'When you were a little lioy," said rvtctklu, Jr., "were there, any 'graft er'?'' "Tliat Is a new word." answered Pi'ti-rMn, Sr. ' For want of a better word, then, we called them thieves." Four years m:i the word "Kraft." was the jar nun of tins tinder world, of thieves iind pickpockets nnd other criminals; today the dictionaries do fine Is seriously an tho misuse cif pow it, position nnd privilege In public affairs, pnrtli-ulaiiy. and in all walks of life ''turally, for the purpose of rxtorMni; or otherwise nennlrlnir wealth; nnd everybody, rnltiired anil j uncultured, has added the word to his ' vocabulary. It has become one of tho j best Known words; one of the est ' known, pernll.irly effective words, in j Ainerlrnn iiarlaneo. President Kliot inUlit use the term ' today and excite no protest from the ! thinking pnlilie, nor even from the pre- j else Ktmlish department of his own ' university. And yet only four years I ago this tre...

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. — 5 April 1906

,'. i 9 TO t.'.-T J i-'?t V. .i' ' ' IS ' J. v.. a .vi vv vu iwawnpnuu Ha a powerful, Invi fro rating tootc. Impart ling health and strength In particular 'to the organs distinctly feminine. The local, womunly health Is no Intimately related to the general health that when (diseases of the delicate womanly organs are cured the whole bodv gains fa health and strength. For weak and sickly women who are "worn-out," "run-down" or debilitated, especially for women who work in store, office or schoolroom, who ait at the typewriter or sowing machine, or bear heavy household burdens, and for nursing mothers, Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription has proven a. prioaless beneiit because of its health-restoring and strength-giving powers. As a soothing and strengthening tier Mne, "Favorite Prescription" is unr equaled and Is invaluable in allaying ant subduing nervous excitability, irritabil ity, nervous exhaustion, nervous prostra tion, neuralgia, hysteria, spasms, chorea, .or Kt. Vitus' dance, ...

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. — 5 April 1906

He Promised to "Obey." A prospective Uoston bridegroom, who mount in lv muster In his own house, culled mi the well Know n cleri: ir.;.n. K v V. Wetidio, who was to li- llio liiiot th. followiiii; day. "I haw heard." he said, "tl at yon t I ; -. 1 t i.i-' it t' 11;.:!' ll, r ice tl'.oi row promi- w a !). :i' 1 w ; I t i le 'Vl w ." prol- h - I p'liJHl put 1. .i i.t'V : M t v, I !! t' lim t in' mar . Wi'.l ynn Kindly Inn-rt i Mi-. WiMi.lt oMU I m. ' Wilt I lion. i low. lienor, tin 1 ::ti- it '1 ' , ti. tit- Tl;'' sain t!;,- itrootu. who 1. nn 1 L-ulpfl.' !. ! :vl ! is I i . 1 ' I i;-a! '' t.o' wi-oiinu to ri'-a'" ! i . r 1 I pvoat lied t in' J!.,, .. 1 il I.e.! til.' to 11:1' ' ! ' . .' " mi' I Mr. WVndv, ' ! a ii.:.:. In Lis oe-: "how i !,.. 'Iiii! you want ol it for 1 or.'.v' You s!:oi;M have been ' ',( - " Aruoiiaut. i THE SPOTTED FAWN. (The follow ln Is by nn unknown author and lias n it been in print fur many decides.) Hy Macat mall's flowery marge An Indian wigwam flood, j I. m...

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. — 12 April 1906

i 4 i.-':f 3-1 ft i':'' I Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME X. Weight of Ceean Cablet. In Cyrus Field's original cnblo the weight of the ocean section was a ton for every nautical mile, 107 pounds be ing the weight of the copper conduct ing wire, the remainder being the weight of the Insulating material and protecting sheaths of laid Iron wire. The French cable of 1898, typical of the modern cables, has a weight of 661 pounds of copper conductors, and 400 pounds of gutta percha insulating material to the nautical mile. Flow of Rivers. The flow of rivers, as might be sup posed, Is the slowest at the bottom of the water and highest at the top. The average velocity of the entire stream it found, as a rule, at about six-tenths of the depth. The friction of the bot tom which retards the movement of the deepest water Is much greater, relatively to the whole volume of the stream, In a shallow river than In a deep one. Treasure In Russian Churches. The treasures of the various Rus ...

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. — 12 April 1906

v r . RHEUMATISM CURED HI MS RELIGIOUS NEWS AND THOU GUTS DESIGNED FOR in a Cltar, Starry Night. t .. '.t'l n h Tlli'll lil llil.'lln'l till' wkli I ! ... f'l'lk I'"1V tl.'V II I'VC.I l'l A'. I l. tlrr r-.rt-t Ml mlni eyes, M- tl.lt K II l t."' .1 Kllli . !'ul !..! I Th i.nt.iltnil II l Tl .1 . 'l;.Hl . ,i IlIKh a I'lil" SI. nl. hi m llill ln I'f In In.lll lifli'W. 'i'Vf Tiir;in. t lump linn hln'np there In .! iiml lui. i l-nifi txi.nl Tl." t'.lli'M i.f Tl v rnnimiK here. Vi .l i f i.iir fiiuiiMiip Iwitli m nerd. t th. lipuTi ir.ttiktTuI ;iftrnil, I-Vr ".rt. it mil. i't tut In- Imlit; Aril fn m tin w,ii.l! i xtr.tn. t nu Ki't'.nr vimIh ni nil) Mfilit. 1 ' hn. th.it Mtnp tern timlefarrri Win. h flint i'ii ii Th Iniiiil tins m l 11. v tiBlil ji'i. 11:. I w t.:ni. Inin (iin. i'd. S:me we ,ir. p.' ni'ii h lii'tn'tiil yet! ;. .1 il.nl f..r uliiit lut fni Hi" Hike 1 if Tl V I elm., I iiti.l nlily Hon. M l. 1 ilnl on Hun i.iir inline t.ike. W.ii' tliic ix.nilniK fiivniM done? , we .v 11-n ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 12 April 1906

sleeves Art Fotderroled. A trimming down the center of the leeve Is smart, and flat bands of lace with the material of the sleeve gather ad In at either side of It make an ef fective design. The turned-back cuff of velvet and lace In still the favorlta finish, but more often now are to be Doted the ruffles of lace below the cuff. This fall of lace la so much jnore becoming to the arm than the hard line given by the cuff that It seems rather odd it has not been more popular. The long undersleeves of lingerie and lace that are now sold every where indicate clearly that, although short sleeves in waists and coats may be fashionable, the most Incongruous and becoming fashion of bare arms will no longer prevail, but that when long gloves are not worn the arms will be shielded by these transparent cuffs. The fashion is one popular with the last generation, and laid away in many an old family chest will be found the old-fashioned undersleeves of finest needlework and lace made on just the ...

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. — 12 April 1906

. at K KlSLMt NY LIVID WOODS Bnnnru Uauipv. Published hrerj W.-ek RISING SON PUBLISH INC CO isTM'HSCKllTION RATES: fire unntn. vao noDtb . . Itncll phU In adrancs u iteoi.4 C'iiM Matur. Ourreepondonts wanted lo evsry city 4 town io tlil stale. Write u. All new matter Intended for put Uoatlon nhou'.d reach our ofliee nut la tor than Tuesday, of each week and null be signed by tho w riter not for publication, but a." guarantee of auth-ntieity. )friCIi-Mo. 117 West 8litr. Kansas City, Mo. St., Advertising R.tea. for tach, ona lnirtln t H or on Inch, rn'h ulriiat Insertion JU or two three month Ia4 Fur two Inclif , ! month 00 for t wo luel,c, nltio rounth 10 UO Ter two Incbs twelve month it CD OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE REST. ifr ihe paid circulation of Tun Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. Tin' newly I Ml. iv receiving cti il mayor was limy ;t I j .1 io:i ti fur places. A hum' Wii...

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. — 12 April 1906

1 THE RISING SON. , A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo Remember plense It's tne little bin we collect here and there that ennblea ui to run from year to year." LOCALS. Dr. Theo. Smith, the 17th Street druggiat la holding his own. You can secure a supply of Ozona by calling on The Rising Son. Rev. A. A. Gilbert of Lexington was in the city last week on a business mission. Get the habit of going to McCamp bell & Houston's Drug Store, 2300 Vine St. McCnmpbell & Houston, the enter prising druggists, are doing a nice business. If you have any news the Son will appreciate It if you will send it In here Tuesday of each week. We are all going to McCampbell & Houston's Easter Sunday evening to their Soda Fountain Opening. Bishop Atwell visited St. Augustine Mission last Thursday night 'and con firmed a class of six persons. You and your friends are cordially Invited to attend McCnmpbell and Houston's Soda Fountain Openlnn Easter Sunday evening, April 15th, from 6 to 12 o'clock. M...

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. — 12 April 1906

O" 111.' ilr :i. f i.t I ii-. CT It, 1 I . 1 W II ti II l t.. On I!,. ... f.'tl will i:tll r. n In tin .1 l. 1 !! Uht sr:l -t In- liioiie- if lliiU'ii' ' ! Am. I T -t.tis 1 vi i.l n..t U'.'k file It l n IKA.(BElJirH! jst r i&iD (i'...tli;M. l'l'HV I.y I pol'.Ie Milhurn was the cutest and ' hat pii st and cosiest li'tle bride In alt Millville t!ie was so very youm? ati.t so vi ry i it iim-fii ' . so very inex periem ed. and altogether so saury and daticini; and childishly Irrespon sible, tliat th.' rdilT pills still un married nrenl that it was really a shame that mii h a rliit of a hi'.d shot;.! In- allowed to marry and real ly It must lie a tie. it trial to Harry. Harry. linwcir. managed to .-trtii;-pie almia very nicely under the load of his child if In fact. s-h.M-klim' as it may vm to appear, he seemed jos:tiely to lil.e I'. The truth I". Cupid li'tns. Ii had taken possession nf the Mill, in ii home and the youiu eotsple were livlnn one long dream of hlls. Of i (iiit-s Harry...

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. — 12 April 1906

i THE MODERN BLACKSMITH I' BLACKSMITHS In country towns I m p or t a n t posi tions are allotted nowadays. Sine the times of which early poets wrote the business of the horseshoer has broadened out to such an extent that he Is recog nized as running a shop second In Importance to no other In town. In thousands of Instances the blacksmith wields an Influence in the town council; frequently he la the mayor. It Is a common thing to And him an alderman, and In some In stances at least, the residence of a village blacksmith in a prosperous town is as fine as that of the banker. In a great many Instances he has a good store of books; there are One pictures on his walls. The earnings from his trade are Invested In shops that are equipped with every modern appliance and In many other ways his general prosperity Is made plain to the world. Men In the country now are more particular about having fine horses on their farms and naturally more careful about the way they are shod. There has been ...

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. — 12 April 1906

A V I I T To our magnificent new store Jt I 1 08-1 I 1 0 Grand Avenue It u-e to be of f.reJt interest to both the casual visitor anJ to the pros pective buyer. L'nder no one roof lus j more magnificent exposition of PIANOS Ever been exhibits our store is a beauty. No mistake about it. We want you to sec it. We wnt you to sec our "QlE F"our Pianos Chickering, Emrrson, Sterling, Huntington, AND TWENTY OTHER MAKES. Wc Save You Money. fa7 Hoffman) MUSIC COMPANY' 1 1 0 B -1 1 1 0 Orand Avo. WELSOM'S ft MAKES' MARSH' STUBBORN HAIR SOFT iHf! AND PLIANT REMOVES N;: DANDRUFF L 1 PROMOTES GROWTH OF THE HAIR PRLVENTS IT FROM SPLITTING AN!) BREAKING OFF 404444 t444404 4 I Lincoln Institute! 4 O 5 MISSOURI STATE SCHOOL FOR COLORED YOUTH BENJAMIN FRANKLIN ALLEN, A. M. President. 4 departments: J COLLEGE. NORMAL. PREPARATORY, IN- DUSTKIAL AND DOMESTIC. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 COURSEtti Cmssloat, College Preparatory, Normil, ub-Normit, Model Training Schoul, Music (Itntru neutai a .d Vocal), Drawin...

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. — 26 April 1906

Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME X. . K. I ill i. fc I W -V . v x , ' W 'J l" "V --, v '"'..sv4 ' BISHOP A. GRANT. Who Is now at the head of the Douglas Hospital and who Is the in stigation of bringing Booker T. Washington to Kansas City. It will be hoove every negro in the two cities to go and hear the great leader at Convention Hall on the 4th of May. THE DEFENCELESS NEGROES LYNCHED. Two of them Declared Innocent. Around the statue of the Goddess of Liberty at Springfield, Missouri cen ters one of the most revolting trage dies ever recorded in the annals of crime. The negro men were lynched and burned on the night of the 14th of April. Two of the unfortunate men were charged with attacking a white woman and her escort and the other one was charged with murder. The tragedy stands all the more re volting by reason of the fact that the police officials and others declare that the men were not guilty of the crimes with which they were charged. The sheriff was warned that a m...

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. — 26 April 1906

LD'S REMARKS Y3TJN0 AMERICA TOO MUCH IN THE FOREGROUND. Children Are Wont to Blwrt Out Tact less Bits of Truth Parents Are Often Lonth to Check These Inop portune Speeches Well-Bred Chil dren Must Be Taught Not to Inter rupt Conversntion American Children Too Much in the Fore ground Impertinent Questions Should Never Be Allowed Hotel Bred Children Likely to Be Pre cocious. l'.Y M A II'! A KKT K. SANUSTKK. Kvi-ry imily is f unlliar with the en fant terrible. Manner ociaslonal ly tlrew him for our Htnuscuicnt, and hi- (inures In 111:111 Jest.t and unec tlottx. This sometime uncomfortable spe cimen of i liililiiixu! in nut necessarily disagreeable or ""oiled. Hi- simply at his best stale h.n a huhit of appearing m the He ene when lie is not wanted, mid of 1 1 ! ri f 1 1 ii n cut lilts of truth that more tartlnl elders know enough to Mippress. A child of this variety was one day sent by his mother to carry in vxiremcly liej.iitiful pair of slip pers to a pent leman living in the neighbo...

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. — 26 April 1906

i -9 IB Bubble and Squeak By B.L.TAYLOR With Mm ntncti from th urn UslMd work of the lit Wdlar Blackburn Hart. (Cuprlgkl, UM, bj Jok a. SowlMj It A relative is a person who Jj 3j claims the privilege of Insulting "'j 3" you wiinoui Deing kickbu ior iu t lit W sometimes forzet without v forgiving, and owe a grudge ')! sj though we cannot remember jj why. When I get too much of my & self I feel like killing the other f St fellow. The wise and the worldly-wise ) are farther apart tnan the aane ijt and the insane. 2 If it were not for the animal i't courage and ferocity of men, , there would be no cowardice, ). and nossibly without cowardice j. - . - there would be no civilization. A writer wants an incentive to work, and where love falls a disappointing marriage will sup ply the spur work taking the j! place of all else In life. ) sne, wno nere snail ne name jr less, tells me: "I respect you in the positive, I admire you M m in me comparative, ana i love K you in the superlative de...

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. — 26 April 1906

mmi --. . ..-. .-T...-ni,t;. ni..Jjj "--n-'wimiwr -i j-i wr " r 11 I'll K RISINO wi.V UVTB WOODS, Business Htupi PsblNhed nfr? Week WISING SON PUBLISHINCCO WUDBSCRUTION RATES: r i riKM BUDMI BOBl arlctlr Bald In idiifiM tttrtd at Iht rat OJUt Xante OUj, Correspondents wanted la eery city a kjwq id idib state, yvriie m. All oews matter Intended for pub Uoatlon should reach our office nut la ler than Tusdar, of each week aaa Bust be signed by the writer not for puuncBuus, out an guarantee oi sum eotleltf. WIOSr-No. 117 Wast sutr. at., . MntM City, Me. Advrtialii0 Rat for M lih. oi taurtloa $ M of oat Inrb, eai'h KtiMiiuMI iBMrtloo U or two iBrhM, ihrv Bioaia I.ui rrtwo lachro, Hi inoaUi loo rir iwo iDonas, nina moathi 10 uo rar r two laehaa tvciva Bioothi . IICC OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE RFST. 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. Thi' press throughout t...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 26 April 1906

TUB QTHTlin Willi a. w. Warner, Agent, Islington, no. Remember please It's the llttls bits wt collect htrssnd ibers :7"tt enables ui to run from year to year." LOCALS. ''fjv'fe Mr. Jno. Day continues to Improve. You can secure a supply of Ozona by calling on The Rising Son. Get the habit of going to McCain p- ."'in bell ft Houston's Drug Store. 2300 .(vino c V t;'.,jg McCampbell & Houston, the enter- UI IDllllft UI UKKIOlBi QIC UUJ1IH U business. Messrs. Moore and Harris, the en terprising firm of Undertakers and Embalmers, contemplate some Im provements on their establishment at 18th and Mich (Ran. These men have proven themselves the acme of en terprise and thrift during their busi ness career In this city. The big store of Emery, Bird, Thay er Co. supplies one of the greatest center attractions for the Easter shopping. The show windows are a feature of magnificence. The Easter season brings on a stir on the part of anxious buyers, the most fastidious of whom seem to find the ...

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. — 26 April 1906

THE RENUNCIATION ByMABTIM HENDEsSO.N GHAT Rev. Philip Ware lookivl thoughtful ly around the sitting room of tin1 tiny fl.il. It was very hotm-llke; there i'rt evidence of a woman's flniters In every little nook, nnd over all was the soft rose llRht from the lamp. She had come lnt his parish six months before, and he had made his first call upon her In his capacity of minister. He had railed many times very many times, hut these were not itoncther In the capacity of mlnl.tter. This whs note 1 by his devoted par ish, and on this account the newcom er was promptly disliked by several. There was one girl who disliked her particularly: n tall dark pirl. with beautiful hair, and the face of a saint. Im-miIcs, the reHrt had been spread ah.-oad. stared by some one who ' hk w h-r before sli rame to M ," that she was separated from ner Uus- lMfl-1. Rev. Thillp Ware thought of all this a-; lie waited. It would be very simple, hp rea soned He would not. stay long, they would have a pleasant, fr...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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