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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 18 May 1907

'JJJC" 88aasir 5Xrffi Iffwljf I Pays to Advertise In the Rising Gon VOLUME XI. THE LARGE WHITE BUSINESS FIRMS HAVE GREAT CONFIDENCE IN THE RISING SON. This paper has nt last succeeded In Ruining the confidence of the large white business firms In regards to our advertisements as trade promo ters. We have striven for a number of years to convince the various large firms that their money In our puier was well spent. Behind this paper are a set of energetic young men that are endeavoring to build up a greit business In order to more thoroughly reach the Negroes. Among the 50,000 Negroes to whom we are catering there are many who do a great deal of buying. We are striving to build up our race on n more economi cal basis. We are trying to educate them where to buy there goods. To go where they are given the best con sideration. For this reason we have made a canvass for nds among the white business firms believing sin- cerely that the large firms wanted J THE FINDING OF POLICE. Commissio...

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 May 1907

i V- h .-- JJ , Vt - .- i mm,. y-5 -:T.. IP New York . Goorgo I.. I.ainniort, a clerk employed by a llfo Insurance oiupany In Now York, was rescued J rmn a ji-ri Iuh position, half starved, almost tlr.id from exposure, at mid day on Broadway, lu New York city. With tons of thousands of persons ui'hln hearing of his voire, and with men working within ten feet of where li" stood ur H.it, Lambert was fit) hours fn Isolated as if he stood on Rome ledrfi In thn Himalayas. Nobody ln-ard hitn or pahl any attention to him. Thousands saw him ami went (heir way without taking a second look. His cries for help brought only H ins. And only by a rbanee he final ly was saved from death by starvation or from a fall on the pavement, a bun lp'd fi-el below him That sneh a thing could happen .ceins impossible yet it did Nor was It the heartlossnesa of New Yorkers thai made the crowds pass unenn rerned under a man who was facing a terrible death. The story Is one that for Btranire ti'Ms excels anythin...

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 May 1907

WHAT MADE HIM DOUBTFUL. It of Commuttr's Hat Caussd A qualntanca to Worry. A commuters on the D , L. W. r narked to a friend the other morning, ft they rame Into the city: "Hawkins, of Stamford, Is tolas; to move Into that new house nest door to m. I know him ery slightly, and I understand that you know him pret ty well." "Yes, I hare known him for upward of 20 years." "Well, what kind of a fellow is h. anyhow?" asked the commuter. "A first-rate fellow, and In erery way desirable. WhyT' "I Just wanted to know, berause 1 could never quite make up my mind about him, he wears such ft small hat," Philadelphia Ledger. How's This? Wt cffpf On Hundred Dnliin Bwrd fur ni Sue nf Ctrrti lbi casnot b cured of UU1I LftKrrb Cun. T. J. CHENEY CO., Toledo, O. Wo. the andenffned, htro known K. J. Cbtney for l ho loot 15 rears, end believe biro perfectly hon orable, in HI ouitneu IreniecUoue end Snenrlelif Mile to c.trr out aor vMlieilone mode lie hie Ann. WALntNO, RlRNAN A MARTI. Wnoleeeie UruralnM...

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 May 1907

THE RISING SON WM. T. WASHINGTON. Eil tor m Ch.et. Off ce. 914 E. t,-.tth St. 1' ' - K : . . It RISING SON PUB. CO. W 1 1. SON PWV.-DN. lt'i-li'.i .-s M.iu.ivcr. !fi:."-i;ii'Tii'X I: vr::. Urn 1 l x M i,th Till. M"l.!!.s ... .')' .. .. SI ri. tl jtaiil iti ail .i . K:;lri in tt' l'.'i-t nftior nt K i'i,is a fi.im .M.ill'T. rr poiMrrito; t:uit'il In rwry rity .l.l ti'Wtl III IlliX nl.il. Will' II All In Wo. ttliiU-r l!ll'tl...l fur l llill .ilmn .lnnii.l ri.n'h " i; M"t i:l to P I't.wi Tut il.i , of Fdh A)-k. .ii.it niul !. !ikiii1 li tin- ittr ii-'t f r piii'i .Ml ion 1'iit a mi. ii. ii. l "f inithorty. inn: vm: w. iioi.dkn. S'icipty I'iM'T .M i:ifnsiN'ii ii.v n;s. Kor out' I: rl'. ins.-T I ion t ..Ml I , I fl 4l!l!. Ut tit 111- rtion -' Vor t" i.ioh. . ttit.-o nioi-tlitt. . ). r two h. : nioiitl: K..r two in. h . uttio- tnoiitlii' .. .. I"'"1 i'.if t. .U1U!. lA'.0 IllO.lthw . IV"" Oldest Negro Journal In Kansas City TWICE ALL THE REST The Fa'd crculat on of THE RISING SON it more 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. — 18 May 1907

THE MOIHG COU. Nicely furnished rooms with bath 1120 Charlotte. WILSON DAWSON. Business Mgr. PERCY D. CRUMP, Solicitor. Remember please tt'i tie little bit we collect here ana t Jere hat enable us to run from year to year." All announcements and notices are ten cents per line. LOCALS. Mr. George Love of 1633 Cottage Ave. lost his little baby last Sunday evening about 6 o'clock p. ni. Mr. W. M. Williams who Is now manager of the Broadway Cleaners and Dyers Invites his friends and patrons. Mr. Percy D. Crump the solictor for the Son has been quite 111 for a week , r more. We hope him a speedy recover. Mr. Klchnrd Fisher has been on the sick list and Is able to be out amount? his friends and Is thinking of taking a trip. ' Mr. A. W. Hill father of Bert Hill of thiB city died last week in St. Joseph, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Hill went there to attend the funeral. Eivmest MeCampbell has just re turned from Topeka, Kansas where he pitched a great game for Topeka (ilants. Young MeCampbell is fast ...

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 May 1907

I fits iYfti Jri runnru , awoHiv FOR FRIENDLESS MEN. Good Wcrk Eemg Done in Vancouver by tie W. C. T. U. ami miles from Now land of Vancouver, in l!n city of Vic to: In. the Wom c U ' s fli : ist iiin T in P e i" a u v e V:.i. ti Lave been j ( :i!T in,; mi a v r r y successful j wnik en practical I lines On.' branch i f their work Is a mission fur men ! who a vi' In a . Mrar.o' land, far i fron Mi ; : an 1 without friends. I hi y tir.d a In any welcome '. who take a m rsonal inter- ! ir v. :fa:'. Tln-re is a fre i n:i.l i o; : f in !: i ri ad r.'i room, s-ervi d at Th- latt. r t 1,1 Willi I'M and n pleasant dining !ii : attractive lunches are the .- ma I lsf possible cost, i- greatly a; pn iatod by have ir.i ', with ii'U'isiii. ill i-h to j a;. li: 'thing at least lor what they i i . Mat.y n.i ti have difficulty when out cf work ti.i live in u i espectahlo way, and this tin mission helps them to do. Tin to i::o ;i!mi some sleeping rooms, the i. itiil" r .f whiili will be increased a...

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. — 18 May 1907

Ln aneoln. Instfitiiuit SUPPORTED OY THZ STATE OF MISSOURI I i 3 i-' i'-.'mu-j. BROADWAY CLEANERS AND DYERS Stores No. 1 , 2, 3 and 4 Both Phones 2772 Crand and 2809 Main Repairing Promptly and Neatly done. Goods called for and De livered. Located at S. W. corner ol 19th and Troost Ave. W. M. WILLIAMS, Manager. The Latonia Cafe and Restaurant 912 East Twelfth Street GEBr-lj?---- . bbU-- r;aira??"r ! i COURSES: English Normal, College Preparatory, College, Industrial, Agricultural and Business. A seven weeks' Summer School is held every year, which gives teachers an opportunity to increase their scholarship, their teaching power and their grade of certificate. ADVANTAGES : Free Tuition, Competent Teachers, Modern Buildings, Good Moral Tone, Healthful Surroundings, Reasonable Expenses. Diplomas from full Normal Course are Life Certificates to teach in the Public Schools of Missouri. Catalogs will be sent on application. BENJAMIN FRANKLYN ALLEN, President, Jefferson City, Mo. Who Imvo ...

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 May 1907

w y 13 y 6n Main Home Phone, i Ten Years of Successful Labor for. the "Rising Son" Among the 35,000 Negroes of the City. !(!( ill K.in.s.is City t!i.- Iti-im; Sun j !'. oIi,t Ni'uio jiiiirii.il Imhii its 'mi-it. II liiis mtw tliimiuli ninny (ims. It li.is si I n it st lii'i'ii to th ' rt.ili, I'Ut liy sunn' ir,'ins'i'ssfil ' if lias maiiilaliit'il lis p.ri In the ((!'. Tin- IUsIiik Sun tun has liail many owners ami mummers diii'lm; Its ten j i'ais career. Many Xi'snn'S iirril- j iini; emiiieiit positions us seliool ti-arln rs, mail earlier ami lawyers li.iVn been runnerteil with this ia'i. 1 .Smiii.i of lie peepli' who have been i Kiiiieeteil with this paper l vavlniis turn's are Harry Crahani, now I earlier i' W. stern Cuiveisily ; I'rof. .1. S. Hai-is pilneipal at Summer School, the hit Prof. S. U. Ilailey, Mrs. Fran- is .la. hson, now a teacher it I Lincoln liistilnte, T. II. .1. Holiinson, Willis Mosley, .1. K. Cole nml the veteran dew. "paper man Lewis Wood. Many Innr.' which c...

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. — 25 May 1907

II Pays fo Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME XI. THE LARGE WHITE BUSINESS FIRMS HAVE GREAT CONFIDENCE IN THE RISING SON. Tula paper has at lust succeeded In gaining the confidence of the large white business firms in regards to our advertisements as trade promo ters. ' We have striven for a number of years to convince the various large firms that their money In our paper was well spent. Behind this paper are a set of energetic young men that nre endeavoring to build up a great business In order to more thoroughly reach the Negroes. Among (he 50,000 Negroes to whom we nre catering there are many who do a great deal of buying. We nre striving to build up our race on a more economi cal basis. We nre trying to educate them where to buy there goods. To go where they nre given the best con sideration. For this reason we have made a canvass for ads among the white business firms believing sin cerely that the large firms wanted THE FINDING OF POLICE. Commissioner F, F. Rozzelle In Re gards...

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. — 25 May 1907

FROM SHIPS BRIDGE TO PULPIT. How a Rough Fisherman Wat Led to Become a Fisher of Men. lives of many nty mission- rii'M i'. nl like romu'u c S:n li a life ha lic n that of llev W. U. Col tin son. evatmellst of t li e liiited Christian Work ers City Mission rhurrh. Itroiix. N. Y. Left ;ii ;i waif at :i l.ntnloii door, some olio took li I m. In. Soon homeless a a I n. as a mere lioy he Evangelist W H. Collinson. I'.shitu; .-mark to was taken on a tho N'ortli sea fish- in.: urotnnls. ,m. h helped brim; the L.irvesrs of tho oi ean to tlx famous liillitKsij.tto market in London Here If li'-.i: .1 1). I. Mo.nly mill was con v r't ! lie had the aid am! sympatliy f K.'v C II Spurgcon, anil soon was 1 -r.-.n-liini! tli,' Wonl to fishermen in i!.f m:u!.'t ami those encased in ! .-a tisliin.; in tho North sea. Ho there witnessed tile spiritual trutisfor i:iat!on ol many lives. He had creat or in:lii"tiro Willi tlio men because he t.al iiani.il 'to scrub the rabin. make I U'MiiiUS. im ii'l lifts...

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. — 25 May 1907

QUEER KINDS OF CURRENCY. ANNUALLY. J , A Bpnde, A hoc, SJorne seed n . .. ,M- . To low, And catalogues galora. A bit of soil; Ppnre tlmo To toll The garden's made once more. A flood, A frost. Too bad All loBt! I . , Suburbanite Is sort. An oath, A spade, , . The beds Re-made As nicely as before. A boy, A gate; Sly chicks In wait. Then garden Bluff from store. Don C. Bliafer, in Judge. Ingenious. "Lady," Raid Plodding Pete, "are you one o' dose puoiilo dat hates tramps?" "I am," was the prompt and de cisive answer. "Well, wouldn't you like to show your feelin's by tcmptin' mo to over eat myself an putlin' de curso of dyspepsia on nie?" Soap and the Undertaker. Weary Walker I allers know'd It! Tired Tatters Know'd wot? Weary Walker Wot dat sign over de way sez: "Cleaning and Dyeing.' Tired Tatters Well, wot eruout It? Wenry Walker Why, I allers know'd dey went tergether. Chicago Daily News. THE MAKING OF A MAN. What man was made of: A small quantity of dust, a large quantity of watej ...

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. — 25 May 1907

i w risen vm anmitwwvu xzrvEmmMsajsxeazxm THE RISING SON YVM. T. WASHINGTON, Ed. tor in Chief. Office. 914 E. Twelfth St. r A '' 1 K i v . k RISING SON PUB. CO. w i i.s in mvs(N. li'.l-ltii M. ill. iter. :-t.s.-nirn n t:.rr. ( V r ' " ' - : '" M : - 1 !' S;u I ; i .! i.' EM tut :it t! . ! ' '" it at K ir.i c".t , .ii :? 1 ' tv M tV- r. t "i ft s; 'T' . ! w , t -1 i rv r it y B ! , ' ! !' uii i: i :.,' W r , ; A ! i m.-: i . i :t 1 t. r i . l;. ... . .1 . . Ii . .1 . t -tiT t 1 i :. .. - i : t .' h w . K. .1 - .'1 Hi ;.t ! l : ! I .. t ,. l:t. r l ' f--r I lis!- ...t. i t . k i 1 1 i ! ! .! ;t !: t y. iidi:' i: v. i!t'i.i'i:.N. S- iety K-l.tur THE AWAKENING OF MAYOR BEAROSLEY. l. . i t ;; I'. ' ! ' t!.n 1- ,. . m tn if I r tw . ' . . ' I : . r... .. . t i" The niiin.-ij-i r t this lofr after l.w ftfiri-iit. vv.nl; fM- II. M. IttMnlfli y li ;piiiu' li i tn in ur' liis nomination, ..tul lill.il t'ntii'll. iilltl fur llis j:i"l work 1.' w.ii r'f'tM 1 it jnli ;it 'li1' fit Ha'l. Va- iwt ...

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. — 25 May 1907

ETotel waiters' Journal Edition THE RISING SON. Nicely furnished rooms with bath 1120 Charlotte. DAIRY LUNCH WILSON DAWSON, Business Mgr. PERCY D. CRUMP, Solicitor. Remember please It' the little bits we collect here una t lere bat enable! u to run from year to year." All announcements and notices are ten cents per line. LOCALS. Why not contribute your subscrip tion to this paper? John Crowe returns from a rather pi en sane trip to Los Angeles, Cul. We are glad to see the great body of Negro citizens acquiring property. A. W. Vox has been sick on the list a week and is now able to be out UuC Highland. If you wlch to practice economy, deal with the advertisers In this paper. If you want the best work done cheap bring all of your Job printing to th Rising Son. A nice front room for rent tor man and wife. Use of Dining room aud kitchen. Inquire 1023 Virginia. The Son has a lady attendant who will be here to transact all business along the newspaper line. Mrs. Zonla Reece hat opened an ...

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. — 25 May 1907

t Washington Day by Day . News Gathered Here and There at the National Capital CAPTAIN HOBSON TO TRY NEW POLITICAL SCHEME WASlllNt'.Ti'N (.'.ti t. Kichninnd t in all l' arsoti Hi'liM'ii. nf Me: viiiiac si-tit. is uoi:,i; tt il.iy s'ini- pi'.ictirul j i lrii 1 v a bunco. The tenner lnv.il . I ;.!. ! .iI;iii-" :it:i-iit if a 1 il.U v. -Icllar t;.n is u.h ly many 1..IVO l'l .!:, e a !:i'l;er a'llte 'l'.i- tn-:.n. liis la'e-t i th- iii-i!.'p-. f a siliin.t' ll'at I'Miisi-.J 10 l; .ike .. (.,! ,f i r. i.;' fur llie -i . n t:fie ill i a: tn: n's nf the tnv ei urn. nt. Tl.e ,-ai-tain has burrow. -.1 from tlie nirrie-iit-ir.i; 1 .irtu.i lit an iiTt nn reml 1 : i : 1 i i :' t . i: . nt,o on si'ils. ene on n t:"it ai.il one en fmvsity. Klein the est eftjce i! i,irtnn nf h? hits el taitie.l 'he lean of a rural f:e (it !iv. rv ex; : t .Mil the Ktihjects the experts repir Cant. llnhHun will the han l- shakltiK ami ptilitlc.il soUclitlea'ion art. I Alabama prop!' happrn to know 'that Mis. llolion...

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. — 25 May 1907

ILiBicoln losHitit&t SUPPORTED BY THE STATE OF MISSOURI I Lr-ylL . - .-sass.-r- - s COURSES: English Normal, College Preparatory, College, Industrial, Agricultural and Business. A seven weeks' Summer School is held every year, which gives teachers an opportunity to increase their scholarship, their teaching power and their grade of certificate. ADVANTAGES : Free Tuition, Competent Teachers, Modern Buildings, Good Moral Tone, Healthful Surroundings, Reasonable Expenses. Diplomas from full Normal Course are Life Certificates to teach in the Public Schools of Missouri. Catalogs will be sent on application. BENJAMIN FRANKLYN ALLEN, President, Jefferson City, Mo. BROADWAY CLEANERS AND DYERS Stores No. 1 , 2, 3 and 4 Boh Phones 2772 Crand and 2809 Main Repairing Promptly and Neatly done. Goods called for and De livered. Located at S. W. corner oi 19th and Troost Ave. W. M. WILLI A MO, Manager. The Latonia Cafe and Restaurant 912 East Twelfth Street Who have boon not oil for thoir Roti...

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. — 25 May 1907

WE 1 v ; 1 6u Main Home Phone, Ten Years of Successful Labor for the "Rising Son" Among the 35,000 Negroes of the City. Hit,, in Kiinsiis City tin- Itisini; Sun tlio olili-st Ni'Hin joiiru:il lieniUi 1H , c;irnT. II li:is kciiu llin)iiu;li many I cv isvs. It Iuih ;ilincist ln'cn lo ttio 'iillt lint by sum" i-ci(iSM'Sscc power il li;is inaintaliii'il its nil In t ho city. Tli Itisini Sim tno lias li:nl many owii'-rs anil lnanaiitTs (lining its ten j-.ir caici'i'. Many Xirm's occn pyirn; eminent positions as school t.-arlii'i s. mall can iiT and lawyers Tiaio been ciinni'cti'il with this 1 1; p r. Siiinc of tln people; who have been oin t'i with tills pflper tit vationa times an- Harry (inihain, now teaelier f. Western I'niverslty; 1'iof . S. Harris principal at Summer School, the lal I'rol'. S. It. Nallcy, Mrs. Fran ti.s Jackson, now a leaelier nt. Lincoln Institute. T. 11. .1. Uoliinson, Willis Mosley, .1. F. Cole and the Veteran f'w.spaper man Lewis Wood. Many more which could lie ...

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. — 1 June 1907

.OOtTXXif If Pays to Advertise in the Rising Son for it Reaches More Homes of Colored People than any othci Paper In the State. VOLUME XI. KANSAS CITY, MO.. SATHtDAY, JUNK 1, 1SI07. M'KHKIS XI REV. J. W. HURSE, PASTOR OF S church. I am a woman nil nlonc in T. STEPHEN'S BAPTIST CHURCH, thin world; everything I have I made THE HIGH HAND FAKER, WHO OV(''- ' ""' folks '' Orphan HAS BEEN RUNNING AT LARGE '; Home. Rev. Hurse promised me that SO LONG IN ALL ' ''Vi'ii if li was on his dying bed h' CORRUPTNESS ' would make mo his Wife. 1 listened Rev. J. W. Hurse Was to Have Preach ed the K. of P. E. 4. W. H. Sermon at the Second Baptist Church, T enth and Charlotte Streets, Last Sun day Afternoon, But Because He V? as Exposed by a Woman Whom He Had Mistreated This Right Was Denied Him. He revolved notice from the pastor of the church that a man of his cali bre could never grace his pulpit. Rev. Hurst has had the people fooled for a long time, hut his dirt is no longer a secret. Most of his ...

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 June 1907

Qood Jokes DON'T YOU MIND. .!.. t rtii nilti. t It. ami d.in't 1 : i n 1 t i.i" :ir all lii l:llll .1. nilil ilr '.im of " r i . fair. I Ti'i "trim., t h it. Illii" si :i ,,w. emtio ! i ' I n i; ' rns t!m wnjr V i H f.i l " 1 t,ir.' tl.i' miiilii -.1111(1 nnil blot w.'iiiiug nt M.i 1 l"!l't V.'U H,U; I I ...l! t I, IV ill ' I MlVt .1-1 l;l",, 1 .1 n.tt'iin: s-i r.i' 1 1. iin.l r. niul skies i li, ml alalia tliat koi'p Kor i rv i lu'ir il.-.ir. thprs'll i ti. l iiiii Iir-T. niii tti ..f J..U- ! I nr'u f nr.iwt ir ; I . Ti'.m i : Mm I t'l i .M I'.i- I punil tin -in fi'.'t I.i ..vv th.' S'ltllt. Ill li,lli Ji'.ir. ori Jut I" TVvi't ? 1 tli.it wouml V, In I'ltt-r tlmt we mnjr I. H l ' ! ' I'-'t in rikf" S. n 'I net - M To Souls. Etc. "1 li in- I yli.ill never set; ynti rumlni; ! if a M.iiiniii. Henry lVi-k!" -1 liiip.' mi uver will, Maria." llo'lS'DU 1'Ubt TWO OF THEM. M.iilse Youiii; .Siekuiio has -Vml iioint-. you mn.it admit. bis Ada M'yes. his luoiiKtucho nut all riulit. sticks Thou...

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 June 1907

THE NEW INSURANCE AGENT. COULD READ THE SIGN3. COdTUflEtf IN SHANTUNG 61 LK AND CHtrFON Some one ti spoken of the premat rear at) a "reason of plaids" but thl3 Is only true t tailor-mades for morn Inn wear; one rarely, If ever, sce a filald gown worn In the afternoon. On the other hand, stripes are In the full flood of favor, In every possible ma terial; grey and white stripes and dull bine and white stripes are lm menwTy fashionable and In many cases lire Rtrlped materials are work ed with plain-faced cloth in a particu larly effective manner. Recently I saw a costume of this order carried out in dull shades of gray, with the best ffects. The skirt which was round and fully gored, was made of the striped material, and there was a deep hem of plain cloth, tea (led by handsome braidings in a rather dark shade of gray. There was 3. very short coatee which barely reached below the waist with a sac hack and double-broasied fronts; the roat Itself was made of plain cloth, but the lower p...

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 June 1907

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Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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