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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 17 May 1906

OF ilo hostess SUGGESTIONS FOE NOVEL AND PLEASING ENTERTAINMENTS, At a Cake Party Marry Bakera And Cakes Doll Party for Little Girla Off to Europe. A PI Party. ' Hera la a novel pie party. The guests were given pie-shaped pieces of cardboard, with penclla, and told that me questions were to do answereo. oy words all beginning with the sound pi; the key is given below: 1 Pertaining to nreworaa.. 2 A portico. 3 One who preparea the way. 4 A mineral. 5 A tube. 6 A fruit. 7 A large snake. 8 A size of type. 9 Reverence. 10 Of varloua colors. 11 An outlaw. 12 Musical instrument. 13 Nap of wool or cotton. 14 A kind of aplce or pickle. 13 A plant. 1G A measure. 17 A square colum" 18 Confuses type. 19 A guide. 20 Devout. 21 A philosopher. KEY. 1 Pyrotechnics. 2 Piazza. 3 Pioneer. 4 Pyrites. 6 Pipe. 6 Pineapple, 7 Python. 8 Pica. 9 Piety. 10 Piebald.. 11 Pirate. 12 Piano. 13 Pile. 14 Plemento. 15 Pie plant, i 16 A pint. 17 Pilaster. 18 PI. 19 Pilot 20 Ploua. 21 Pythagoras. I A Grandmother's T...

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. — 17 May 1906

THE RISING SON. una oops, bumwi iuh. Published Every Week RISING SON PUBLISHINGCO THUBSCR1FTION RATES: fm m.m pittmiu f Ira saonuve m a moala el oriet.y eld ta advancm fatar-tal at tht PntX Offlcs J KtnfM OUf, mi S4Wtd t'Uiu Jf attar. Correspondent wanted la every city Hi town la this ttate. Write m. Alt new matter Intended for pub Uoatlon should reach our office not la tor than Tutsdar, of each week and Butt be ilgned by the writer not for publication, but a guarantee of auth enticity t WIOIt-No. 117 Weet Slitr. St., Kan City, Me. Advertielnii Retteje. for owe lexib, on Insertion t .N far one Inch. ch nquMI lBMrtlOB .M rot two laches, three moaili t.Vt For two lache, ill montu (00 For two Inches, nine months WOO Tew two leebee twelve tsuuths 1100 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. The pood people of this country re ga...

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. — 17 May 1906

THE RI8OTG SOIT. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. Remember please It's the little blu we collect here end there tiat enable ui to run from year to year." LOCALS. The Rlelng Son which hat been In exiatenee ten yea re In June, 1906, la going to prepare an extra annlveraary number which will go before the pub lic the latter part of June. Mice large unfurnished rooms for rent at 117 West 6th street You can secure a supply, of Ozona by calling on The Rising Son. A reputation smirched is the hard est thing to clean In this world. Be what you wish others to be come; let yourself and not your words preach for you. If you have any news the Son will appreciate it If you will send It In here Tuesday of each week. Mynor H. Bass who Is In the Douglass Hospital Is rapidly recover ing and ia expected to be out soon. Meet your friends at McCampbell tc Houston's Easter Sunday evening, and have a delicious cold drink with them. Howard University will never elect a colored man to the presidency, un...

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. — 17 May 1906

THEIR FIRST QUARREL If JAMtS BARilSOTO.1 (Copyright, by Joseph D. Bowles.) Mii-s Pinkert m always niiiilo u point cf !ciug down o.irly fur breakfast wlun t-lie w.w a guest. Oa t lii.- uirasion, however. Mrs. Honshu was close upon her heels. She I;td been described by a fellow w, mi. in us "ridiculously pretty unl absurdly In lov with her Ir'.-batul." ('moil morning. Miss Plnkerton. Come ami help mo sort the letter, will you?" Miss Plnkerton was only bo de lighted. "They seem :o be nearly all for your husband." she mid. "I don't want to be inquisitive, my dear, but do you real all the letters your husband re ceives from his old sweethearts?" Young wives are proverbially sensl tlve, and In the faee nf this question Mrs. Hctishaw was almost upset. Hut the showed a smiling front, and opened one of I'.or letters. This Is rr itn Kate Mrs. Tracy. She u.-ed to b my meat rhutn. She writ 's sinli nice letters. Just listen to this: Wly il.irlin ('.race. If you can tear yotir clf away frnn lhe ...

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. — 17 May 1906

GENERAL FREDERICK FUNSTON A Valuable Agent. The plyoorlna employed In Dr. Pierce' neaicines frreauy eniiances the medl- extract! ami ctnal rro rert let which holds in solution much better than alco hol would. It also posKciisca medicinal Sropertlea of Its own, being a valuable emulcent. nutritive, antlscptlo anil anti- Some one recently spoke of Gen. Funston aa a very lucky man to have hnd an earthquake come along and give him another opportunity. Of course this la Just aa one may look at it we may hA aura thA San VrflfirlRrn rAftlmnnihllttlpfl wprfl wv. v wu - " UDUIUILQUli such many a man would have Journeyed far to ferment. It adds preatly to the efficacy avnlil them. Hut Frederick Funston nan shown of the Black Chorrvbark. Golden Soul himself a man that rises to hla opportunities, and .s,tonop!0,1 5? 9u?0Jl'. root- 5? probably the writer referred to had this Funston , ' ; ' WJSZZLJ? Suallty in mind when he made hi. statement . c? & .ftS Frederick Funston is still a young man...

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. — 17 May 1906

T t Queen Victoria'! Cats. Quern Victoria wns a Kreat lover of rats, nnd when the court movetl It was accompanied ly a regular caravan of cat. Persian, Manx. Angora, Mnl eso and tabliy tats, nil travplod In state- to ltarnitiral. Oslorm Windsor or Hticklnpliam alac 119 tin caso nileht l One IVrslnn cat, of which tln qurrn was particularly fond, woro around her nock a collar, on which appeared In allver h Uvi tlit Inscrip tion. "I luloni; to the ijuf-ii ." Black Snake a Tighter. A writer has described the common Mack make as th" most puiMiaclou of all the reptile family. "He Is al ways ready for a IU!M." he said, "and the man who doesn't understand his t.l., ..f 11 .1., ,i,.n 1,, 1, ,,,!,. stylo of fml.tliii: will ilo well to apolo- 1..'f.,f,, It,, tltut 1. 1, ,11' iu Utt'lW'L " pize A larue tium'ier of the snakes In tho Worcester farm are Florida rattler rauuht ly Mr. lirowiull within tliu last three ytats. Tab'e Manners. Many thine are not tauisht at school at the presuit day becau...

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. — 31 May 1906

I Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME X. D. V. DANCY, rtecorder of LINCOLN INSTITUTE NOTES. The week ending May 25 was an eventful one in the annals of Lincoln ( Institute and largely made so through the annual reunion of the G. A. II. of Missouri, Women's Relief Corps and the Sons of Veterans, assembled in Jefferson City. Among the many who took advant age of the occasion to visit Lincoln Institute was Captain Parsons of Kdlna, Mo., who commanded the fa mous C2d regiment. And it was at his suggestion thnt these soldiers, when mustered out of service, con tributed money lo found the institu tion. Captain Parsons gave a most inspiring talk to the faculty and stu dents assembled, contrasting condi tions then and now in the history of the Negro; and left with President Allen several documents very valuable from selological and historical points of view relative to the members of the regiment and the early days of Lincoln Institute, the object of the institution from the very beg...

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. — 31 May 1906

1 !!l J,l n '-UJ . J.'fi1'-J t U. I Al'-if- -J.. A ,i.HiS. U.MW1 JflMffUOJ. gffmJU. .IfaUJ WimiWU M liii Ji 1 1 .11 )"' JKlkJi SCHOOLGIRL'S ESS SHOULD NOT THINK TOO MVCH ABOUT THIS VEXATIOUS MATTER. Most Schoolgirls Too Young and Too Pretty to Require Mtuh Ornament in Their Dirm Don't Worry About Your Figure If Youi Dm Is Cum Iji tabu Health Is the Grcut Beau t.tier. IV M : hi- i: t . . t :t i: . I.' .1 Ink . S AN' ;s TI '. ali.'Hl : in ilie 1,. T 1 ! In r hit is he- S..II! ! bill,) an. I ..lid :! 1.... i . t. i li U' 1:1 : Mil .'.I... I"ll. '! had l e. n the t.ilili'.v." . up wi ll a i: ie d t.i 1. four' h lid Mary Mlill", .1 Ih III',.- I .. 1 i i. l.ivors. tn:il I Il 1 1 nth 1'if inlay I li" . r of the h-iie wiMi a hi' ..I wh:, h ha 1 1" -:i 1 u- laliy w.ife S is.iti's I - ..nd Mil. Ire I s l.i.-t I : in, in". I and freshened 1 had a J...I Let it h id i;e ni" hy i::!i"l. .M.ith- I T II. i l,.c. I wh. rn l."Pi t-r .i. a i s iiii wn'ili l.i.-t and i r il luMiin u !r piod things that...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 31 May 1906

2 Bubble and Squeak By B. L. TAYLOR With tome ettneti from the unpub lished work of ttie l!a Walur Blackburn Harte. lit In condemning modern lltera (l ture merely because It Is modern, If we should remember that that j! which we substitute nnd pralsi fj because it is ancient was once -ij modern, and if worthy of praise . fc should bo perennial, nnd henc jj modern. )' ' il! Independence is a very pre- rtous nnd pleasant quality, but Jj we oftea have to niortiry the i! flesh and the spirit In order lo jlj gain It. ' . t It has nlways seemed to ma that one who truly loved litem- ;! ture can belong to no nation id 'S thought. I I The only providence for age Is youthful prudence. old The best conversationalist may be a dull companion, for he l.i t. apt to nionoKli.p all the talk. 'l .: The English Insist, upon their .'j superiority no much over all J other people In and out of season ! that we cannot help suspecting J,( that they are terribly afraid o being taken for what they really Jj"...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 31 May 1906

LUTTA V0QD8 Brninem Haaagw. Published Kery Week RISING SON FUBLISHINCCO WBUUSCIIIITION RATES: fa .. M ft mmu liui it fin mnntnj tf Boat 14 vtrtlf pU lnadTanrw f aUrW al tht Pntt Offiet at .TaiuM OitJ, at ieoi.d L'iuM MmtUrr. Correspondent wanted to every city aa town id this mate. Write us. All new matter Intended for pub lloattun should reach our office not la Ur than Tutsday, of each week and buii be signed by the writer out for publication, but a guarantee of auth entlrttr. IFFICIl-No. 117 West Slxtt. St., Kansas City, Mo. Advertialiitf RhMi, fsr m lrh. on Iniartlnn M ur on Inch, rioh tutaqunt Iniertloo J ur two licln, hre moiub 14 Pur two lachri, tli month I oo for two lnrh, din month 10 00 wm two Inrtiat twelva luontht ...II CD OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE REST. Jfhe paid circulation of The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. Win. T. Vernon, who Is to surre.-d .lnilsim Lyons a...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 31 May 1906

THE RISING SON. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. Remember please-r-It'i the little bltt we collect here and Itaere fiat enublea us to run from year tu year." LOCALS. The Rising Son which hat been In existence ten years in June, 1906, Is going to prepare an extra anniversary number which will go before the pub lic the latter part of June. Mrs. John Wright of Topeka Is vis iting In the city. Mrs. R. T. Coles has gone to Chi cago to spend the summer. Nice large unfurnished rooms for rent at 117 West Cth street. You can secure a supply of Ozona by calling on The Rising Son. A reputation smirched Is the hard est thing to clean in this world. Dr. L. J. Holly entertained a num ber of his gentlemen friends at cara Tuesday night. Booker T. Washington says, "Draw the line." It sure needs to be drawn in Kansas1 City. If you have any news the Son will appreciate it if you will send it in here Tuesday of each week. Meet your friends at McCampbell & Houston's Easter Sunday evening, and hav...

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. — 31 May 1906

Johnny Becomes a Hero By H. BARRETT SMITH tlo.) I till, 0) J -l( l U II. '. lint nVoinor rushed lnuk ttirl Inrlh t an I f'r-1 1 t In- lrdght cWv.itot of tho ;. 1 1 ,iu'ir store. Mun.in'y. lull's lrler. van In the fri n,lit i.f.ix'.i olhVe. I'.al, li i i ii k li" li 1 1 tor ih i:.'Mi':r. is h.ui.iliiii: iIk lighter liii'iiiMii'"; Inn wanting to K't ! ho triu k I I il. !) nd -ed a lie.i y p.u king ci. i.iiil 1 1 1 : 1 l! in the li .wa. l.nnk mi: tin re!" ritid a vouo. lliit saw a small .-li' u 1 ! f brai ititf the box. His e.ves tniul.led as lie li h Kft down at a rauui'il little youngster with tii! tiidwii cr.s. 'Hollo, pal. who ;iw you?" "I in onr helper." "U that Mv iiii.l what way your n.itne he"" "VT Km i all til'' Johnny." " So,"" ..aid li lt. plat dtig Ms box, "you've lnt'ii taken mi tor to-day?" "I iK'ss tli.it s about tlit size of It," nti'l Johtin.' !.. can to jilt and heai ii is fides with his anus to keep warm. "What's oar number, son.'" '"I hit "i' a ('li. yous.' in'eln't...

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. — 31 May 1906

THE PASSING SHOW IN NEW YORK The Gaikwar Cam, Saw and Con queredDay of the Dog Many Italians in Farm Colony. NEW YORK. Seldom hns a foreign prince made a bettor imprcRHion In the metropolis than that made by his highness, the (Jaikwar of Uarvodu. This potentate trom India was known to ho In the very highest rank of princess; he was known to he enormously rich; he was known to own $JO,tmii,mo in Jewels nlone, to have poiid gold cunuuns to protect his private quarters In the great Itarvoda palace, and a cliunot overlaid with solid gold for his queen to ride in. Hut what manner of man ho was New York did not know. The Cnlkwur came, he saw and he has con nvcred. New York likes him. He is not had looking. He speaks good Knglish. He does ni, wear his f.'.iio.iitiO pearl necklace, but Just plain clothes. Ho is earnest am', democratic. Ho goes to places where he will meet peopie. He wani to know about nil American educa tional Institutions. He believes in republics and isn't sure that India...

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. — 31 May 1906

Queen Victoria's Cats. Qtiorn Victoria was a ureal lovpr of rat, nml when the conn moved It was accompanied ty a regular caravan of rut. Persian. T ;in . Aimora. Mal cc anl (aliliy cats, all traveled la state ti H.irtnoval, ls!inie, Windsor or ltui'kiiit:h un pi'Lire. n.-t l hi cat) Hlli: lit re I'er.-I.'ii cat. of which tin' iiti in was pavtii-iil irly find, worn nroimd lur iirrk a collar, mi which npiuMfid In f i i r liters liu- iiiscrlp turn. I ll m to t!n nut t. ' Black Snake a Tighter. A wti'i-r lias dr r:iod i otnnion !da k snakf a th- t.."-t irun.n loim of all till' irpti: t'.ltl.l'l . "Ilo i- al ns r 1 1 y for ;i li-.t't." lie ;!!, "and tin- ti :;i M w!, ' .'o -t, ' mii li : -'.i:id 111 s'llr of t'lL-li'ili m K ' '!! 'o .ipo!n ti.'" l'ifoji tlo Mow i MPH li." A laii'i' n n in : ol tin- -rn.os in tlm Worn .-lor f.ini; I ri l.i riMYr .i'ii;l!- lo Mr. IW'owi'.'i; vi'luu the lust three Ji ars. Tab'e Manners. Mary Mum a:o iv t i.ruM at school a' tlio pn -. : day I i is. tlo y are...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 7 June 1906

A It Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME X. JOHN The successful manager of Blind ELECTION OF SCHOOL. TEACHERS Ten days more will mark the end ing of the present school year. Fol lowing closely upon the closing of the school year usually comes the elec tion of teachers for the ensuing year. The condition of the negro schools has not been satisfactory, even to the school board for many years, though recenly there has been an effort made by the board to look more closely after the needs of the negro schools in general by supplying new buildings which will of course relieve the con gestion which has for a long time been a painful feature. One of the most important matters to which the Son desires to call the j attention of the honorable school j board Is that of employing men and ; women of higher moral worth to teach our children men and women whose standard of reputation is the very best, both as to character and ability. This is not only esentlal in securing better educational...

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. — 7 June 1906

The Church in the Swamp By DALLAS L0R12 SHARP I. t i lit t-ir: . I.. ,'. f". '! V ( iVpi itut. by .'te.Lii I. Utiva'i.1 r:i w in a time when the? littl !.;. cotton Nvih tourho I lit i s: every woody li.nl as they p nl ! down the S.i.nm.ih from AugiH 1! I' til" s'renms of piip,l!;i t i HI have IllO'd tili ir d'arS-- .in ( tll' COtlli ig th- r. iilrn.nl. The low lying swamps t;tii'!v i'.i'-1'it : aii'l n iW, exceat ! tli" f"v n g ilar s'atiotis, the 1) 'at v.s her s!i iv'i no-"' into the luf.k v when slir s!n"!'.s a barrel of resin. nf " it'. mi. or si-hts s itiu lone y r . ! ri; his li.it or a pine kn it i stump in tin' edge of fit' iw.ui.p. (:; .ui' :::.n d iv ;ib it ten n -. 1 was p-i: iislmr" ne.ir'y l." ' m.bs .-: Aauus'a. and strmk in thr. r.-h s-.viin.p to t!i- high t levels for 1 turkey- It ha I b' on I'O.ititl'.tt r w. rli.r, but til" gatve w.n s.'.'Mv A'. Ill- i n 1 of I i l:iys" wan i:t;:..s I li.i I nut In ar l a m ! I 1 . .ni l wi'.cti ni-V. of tli" si't'.oi I d..y c rue ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 7 June 1906

0 Bubble and Squeak By B. L. TAYLOR With am .itracti (rem the ertpub ll.h.d work of th lit Wilt.r Blackburn Hart. i Though we often dlspralsa others to exalt ourselves, we quite as often attribute all sorts of qualities to our companions si that we may show In what soci ety we move and with whom wo are equals. Some women's brilliancy in society constats entirely of their diamonds. It Is the only kind 3l brilliancy apparently that soci ety appreciates. When he felt tender toward his wife he treated her to a bellyfu' of moonlight. He never allowed his sentiment to corrupt his economy. But she was not alto gether satisfied with this, and used openly to suspect his mo tives and the depth of bis affec tion, but after marriage It was an evasion a procrastination of love. What Is moonlight to a married woman, compared with the glitter of feminine bauble. and finery? One of the bad Influences of women In literature is that it has made the majority of oil men write like numby-pamby schoolgir...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 7 June 1906

0 THE RISINH SON. UTIS TOODS Business ManAgs. Published Eerv Work HISINO SON PUBLISHINCCO rSUSCUHTlON RATES: Tr I il moa ku . , nrw nmnina OO BUItB Ica-lcvly ald In advance M f torMi oi tne Pnt Oiflcs al JTaiww CXfy, at Jooix tiuu Jfatfer, Correspondent wanted In every city town id thin state. Write a. All news matter Intended for tnb U cation should reach our office not la r than Tuesday, of each week and Butt be signed by the writer not for publication, but an guarantee of auth enticity. molt-No. 117 Weet lit. St., Kanea City, Me. AdvctrtiettifcT Hen. or oee lah, oa laeertloD $ .at f on loch, each eaheequeet tnwrtloa JO Tor two lark., three muaia I.Ut Fortwo leehe, eli moatta loo For two Inch., alna moathf 10 00 ee iw two lacuee twelv. Booth. .110) 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. "No people have ns often been be 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. — 7 June 1906

THE RISING SON. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. Remember please It'i tne little biu we collect here and there that enables us to run from year tu year." LOCALS. Th Rising Son which hat been In existence ten years In June, 1906, la going to prepare an extra anniversary number which will go before the pub lic the latter part of June. The "Washington Colony" Is very popular. Nice large unfurnished rooms for rent at 117 West 6th street. Miss Cora .White of 1320 E. 14th Is on the sick list this week. You can secure a supply of Ozona by calling on The Rising Son. Mr. T. Shelklrk who has been 111 for several months Is a little on the mend. Mr. C. O. Williams, M. W. O. M., of Missouri and jurisdiction was in the city on a visit last week. W. T. Vernon will be banqueted at Armour Hall, June 8, by his friends of 'the two Kansas Cltys. The St. Augustine gave a Rose so cial at the residence of Mrs Annls Garrett last Tuesday night. If you have any news the Son will appreciate it if you will ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 7 June 1906

TV 1 PECK'S BAD BOY WITH THE CIRCUS By HON. GEORGE W. PECK AjiSor cf Pac Bad Bv ADr.iad." tc. ttviirria-al by t. av It.,. a Pa and the Bad Boy Among thr Train Robbers Pa Trits to Persunde the Hen! Bandit tc Become a Financier The Bandit Prefer Train Rob bery and Puts Up a Good Argu ment. t ue.l to think I would like to t o x train robber, an. I have a Hire gang of boys to do my bidding. I have often pic ture. 1 my gat.g putting a red light on th" track and stopping a train laden with f:ol I. holding a ii olvrr to the head cf tli etititiet r. and compelling him to no iind dynamite the express car. Then won! I fill our jun kets ami haversm h- w-;h rolls of hills that would clioke .1 hippopotamus, and ride away to our liai k in the mountains, divide up the ag. pi on a trip to New York, ha' he in i h. am '3 - tie, dress like million, ilre.s. ii'i to theaters mortung. noon anil mghi. at U lster until our stomiu lis would Pa Told The in Abcut t irm r -, n ' j-av th. I o V:ii h ' r union, ...

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