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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 23 October 1903

V i i "St !;5 , v'.V 'X : V ,v IV, 1 " ft THE RISIHO BOH. Wm. Fairfax, Society Reporetr. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo Remember please I's tlie little blu wo collect hsre n '.Hir e That enuhlvs us 1i run from yesr to year." LOCALS. Mrs. Wade B. Smith lias been quite HI the past week. an entertainment Mrs. Shclton, the hair dresser, was confined to her bed Inst week. m Mrs. Knox was at Home to the La dies Art CI"0 Wednesday afternoon. Mr. William Rhodes of Blue Springs .'i spent Saturday trad Sunday In the city. Miss Moore, of the Bruce school, Is ". .?! v,',kt home with Mr. and Mrs. John Hern-i.-.v don on Vine street. v - .V'V Miss Baude Olden Is at home with ;i ' jt Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gordon on Hallcck ;v' i,,,i'venue, Kansas City, Kas. t Mr. end Mrs. William Garrett are .'t , talking of moving to their home on Fourteenth and Highland. VjX 4. '. "JV't Mrs. Jones, of 1104 Charlotte, has i Returned from St. Louis, where she Miss Martha Townley of Louisiana. ;Mo Is visiting her cou...

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. — 23 October 1903

SONG. 4 As In n rmm a tncl ro M.ike trngrm rvert rt. .l.uli ih mght of th.-p. dear I-ove, Wltn atitm-K fill my lieai t. A"d the riimc bird thill: the nlr Willi iivlsly divine. So .lost 1 1, tin In mv oul erente iliuJ iiui!U i vcet hi .1 rt mine. for. n sth without In Power AM olr.lt ir dull .in. I drear, 80 were my lnuit a lnrr.n pUce Pwit thou lint In It. Pour. - Kninm I ...urn. Hue. In Huston Transcript. MI i HER OWN SWEET SELF ll J. lit M 1H lit Itl ;v I I r-i. -. . , av ri .i.,.'.w X.V.V. ,7 rompflny WiWanHHHBHiHinMMH A III.! ri MH slt'l'll- Ill the cot'lfort- ahle p.iri ir if u modern up tow 11 r"sl der.co There was 11 .ol iipmi his handsome features which 14 1 1 i-k ly Rao place In 11 look cif ! t -rr:i : :i ;i t ii ii 'm ho heard the rustle of .1 woman's skirls In the hall. "Now for a scone," ho muttered, br -i;ii; himself as f. r .1 1 r inir ordeal. The woman swept into lln mom wlrh a gr:ie that marked Iut n one. rf hif.h M'nt:n-i nt. I juUk u H1111. nnu iiii.ti ,,.iim mn.p ...

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. — 23 October 1903

How's This? t Oka tlaajre4 rtall.r. UmmwS Sna mmm Catarrh eaaaa he cures br Hurt cett.rk i Care, r.l. t'HkXKT to.. Fmpt .To .do o. We. th eaa.rairaed. hate kaowa r . .1 . Cher f -f i urnn.Mj saiiere am eerreeoa has. r.i.ie all 1-a.laee. tren.artlen. aa4 tnu.li'li able ! rry oai ur oMIsatlon. male hy their firm. Wilt 41 far a a. Wholaaala IimavC.i.. TntaAn II. W.iaiaa, K i as as Maavia.WhoieeeieUr.jr ' flat., Toledo, O. Bail'i Catarrh far M takes Iniaraetty, ertt-ie aflractlf epon Ihabbm4 and a iraaa anrfaeee nl lha Jywn. TaaUamataM eent free. Mae The pay Ooule. Sold by ill Dratil-u. HcsTa Family rilla are tka heat, It Is strid of an Atchison girl tnat be Is thin enough to make a good book mark. LET THIS COUPON BE YOUR FROM KIDNEY, BLADDER, IPs the smhibIs whs o a b t and biioni wrrs while they donna whs prate Umi'i rills the alcaeet. Aetata barks am eased, flip, back, and kiin lna vercome. Hselllncof Lim Mmha and dropsy signs Van lab. They enrrart urine with srlc-k tttiet anllmaiil....

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. — 23 October 1903

A SOUTH CAROLINA NEGRO HAS SAVED $100,000 WITH WHICH TO COMMENCE. Uichttion.l, Va., Sept. 9. I. J. Miller, a NYg.ro of Columbia, S. C, said to l,av Kiivt'd $100,CH0 will open an ox-o!tn-i ! j NYiiro department ator.i on ltn;iil MinM. of this flty. Negroes Mill c.)ti(i;ic it in all the departments the Innovation will he wntclic:! hum M. 1!.' has r ntel No. r.LVS K. Hror.d fTivt. .in ilgooiU i.vc arriving. The St.::-. FAST MAIL SERVICE A GOOD THING ANOTHER OPPORTUNITY FOR j H0MESEEKERS TO HOME- j SEEK. Tin V'ri-vn System nutm nnnotinrrs Dm!. :t Mil! m'11 tlckita from St. I.ouln 1 ;.iu! K.ii'.i.s fiiy to points in okln- V.-'i'ia !i.i':.ui Ten itory, Kuiisuh nml l ev.i.s. .it tli. very low nuiml-ti i rato f $!.. Oppoi uiniiit s for homes in t the SiMi'.hwift arc still plentiful, ntul tti" l.imU i.tc by no means all i i.ik. n pp. KxruiHion tic kets sold at tlU evr-'tui ly low rate will lie good j i n ;u:y rf tlie Ki iseo regular trains leaving Ss. I.oni.s at -.:!0 p. ni.. S:.Vi p. 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. — 30 October 1903

II Pay to Advertise In the Rising Don VOLUME VIII. SAD PLIGHT OF MISSOURI DEM OCRACY OVERRIDDEN BY MACHINE INFLUENCE. Just now tue desperate light which Mayor Heed, ot Kausaa City, Is mak ing lor the Democratic nouimatlon lor governor, seconded by the atragetlu cunning of Harry Hawes, police com missioner ot St, Louis, are the two thing giving prominence to the fact that . a superhuman effort is being made to distract public attention from the odium which boodllng Investiga tion and grand jury Indictments have thrown upon the dominant party In Missouri politics. It's a huge effort to hide the shells after the robbery ot the nest lias been discovered. So it is urged that Mlsouri has climbed from twentieth place to fifth. It might al so be properly urged In rebuttal that in spite of Its Democratic handicap, Mlsouri has advanced to Its present rank. A party whose leaders in politics have reached the past master's art In extorting the sheckels by devising, In venting and Introducing bil...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 30 October 1903

at Coats at They Are to Be. .Vow shape, nnd now and delightful rintiTi.ils in the form of silk chinchilla ot a light tender pray and silk beaver of a tiiukt-r pray tone liavo been evolved for this Hcnon's wear. Any thins softer or prettier It would bo difficult to Illumine. Three-quarter routs are lined with tray brocade have w ide bunging sleeves and are tended for motoring aud lor genera. lnm ' lac weir. Other coat In corse doulde-breys. ed are very smart and trim. A Scotch Cheviot reversible and teml-fijtng male with a black strap nndgtxappcd tram The Kife coat, as)t s railed, Is one of the novelties' ( ti,0 year. Some of the coats are inc'.e breasted, some ibmlile, and the" t, are long wat erproof coats "'m.jtlln(, which are simply delightful. They are lntro;IK.nf! rn them the twentieth ceiiti'ry i,uttoiis In ham mered copper",,,! unliiirnlshed silver nnd also tjK, beautiful enamels which nrj M1Ccessfully reproduced by auaj,A,urs. J Empire Coat. mplre coat for smart walWtin doub...

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. — 30 October 1903

OLDEST MAINE TOWN Honor A w a r 4 d to Klttory I8PEOIAL OORRKSfBONOKNOKI Klttery, In Main, la one of th old oat old towna In Nw England, and IU history la teeming with the atrugglea of the early aettlora, the Indian wart and the romance which have been wov-in about the fair women of the early daya. It ceitalnly haa one dla tlnctlon, that of being the only on of Ita name In thla country. Klttery waa a part of the tract ot land granted In 1620 by King James to the Plymouth council, wno aner- ward gar It to Sir Ferdtnando Oorgea that la, he took the tract between the Piacataaua and the Kennebec riv- era. There seems to be no record of any earlier aettlement In Klttery than 1631, except, perhaps. William Hilton, who erected the manor house at Little Harbor, on the other aide of the rlrer. may have planted corn In Eliot, as It waa aald that he went up the river for that purpose. At thla time Klttery which, by the war. waa supposed to have been named after Klttery Point at Kings- wear at ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 30 October 1903

THE RIS1XH sn- LEWIfl VQQD8 BnmneM Uuiknr. Published Every Wi-ek RISING SON HUBLISHINCCO rBUBSCKllTlON KATES: On f rtr t.i o.oaibn r 1 r unntM On aoaUi u Strlctl? paid In ad ranee, Bnttnd at iht J'nut Office at Kan$a OH J, at Stcoud t'Uiss Matttr. Correspondents wanted In ersry city and town id this slate. Write us. All news matter Intended for pub lioatlua should reach our office not la ir than Tiustlay, of each week and must be signed by the writer not for publication, but an guarau.ee of auth antlclty. WICIt-No. 117 West Slath St Kansas City, Me. Advertialriii Rnt, Per oa ItMih, on lnirtlfn .H or one Inch, voh tMqiint Inaeriloa. .SU ror lo larhre, ihrve noma .... I.ue I Portwo Inch, tli montti Sol) 1 for two loch, nln month 10 iU fotiwolaeb twelvs aiooth .IIU0 OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE RFST. The paid circulation of The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. Kansas City, Mo., Mar...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 30 October 1903

the bishtg son. FOE MERRY MOMENTS HUMOROUS STORIES, ORIGINAL AND SELECTED. Wm. Fairfax, Society Reporetr. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. Remember please I's tl little bits we collect here an '.Mr e That enables us to run from year to year." L OC A L S . Rev. A. Gilbert, of Lexington, was a caller at our office last Wednesday. James Cooper and Bailie Orear, of this city, were married Thursday, Oc tober 22d. It Is hoped thst peace will prevail among the members of Allen Chapel and that everybody will put the head and heart together and help roll away the stone. Rev. P. J. Peck is the right man In the right place. Mrs. B. F. Smith, 2825 St Louts Ave., 8t Louis, Mo., W. O. M. of state of Missouri and O. J. D ' was In the city last Wednesday, the guest of Mrs. Bettle Jarldon, 1S05 East 17th, leaving last Thursday for Omaha, Neb. WANTED SEVERAL PERSONS of character and good reputation In each state (one In this' county required ) to represent and advertise old established wealthy bus...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 30 October 1903

JUDGE NOT. Judge not: the working of Mi brain And of his heart thou canst not see! hat looka to thy dim eyrs a sMIn, In Qiid'i pure light may only be A scar, brought from aoma Well-worn field, Where thou wouldst only faint and yield. Thy look, the air, that frets thy light. May tie a token, that below The soul has chined In deadly fight With mint Infernal fiery foe, Who glanca would acorch thy smiling grace. And cas. thee shuddering en thy facal The fall thou dnrest to despise May he the angel's elnrkened hand lias auffered It, that lie may rlsa And take a firmer, surer stand; Or, trustina; less to earthly thlnns, May henceforth learn to use hla wing And judire none lost! but wait and see Vltn hopeful pity, not disdain; The depth of the abyss may be The measure of the height of pnln And lov and glory that may raise This soul to Ciod In after days! ONE MAN'S WAY My INA WltlUHT HANMOX Copyright,, rnos. by Tht Authnrt PubHMng Company "Then you won't marry we, Frances?" "No, Kenneth." T...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 30 October 1903

BEAR. J. W. Walla, Super intendent 8treeU of Lebanon, Ky., llvlne- on Kant Main tret. In that cltr. aaya: "With my nightly rest broken, owing to Irregularities of the kidneys, suffering Intensely from severe paint In the small of my back and through the kidneys, and annoyed by painful passages of abnormal secretions, life was anything but pleasant for me. No mount of doctoring relieved this con dition, and for the reason U.at nothing eemed to give me even temporary re lief I became about discouraged. One day I noticed In the newspapers the ease of a men who was afflleted as I was and was cured by the use of Doan'a Kidney Pills. His words of praise for this remedy were so sincere that on the strength of his statement 1 went to the Hugh Murrey Drug Co.'a tore and got a box. I found that the medicine was exactly as powerful a kidney remedy as represented. I ex perienced quick and lasting relief. Doan'a Kidney Pills will prove a bless ing to al) sufferers from kidney disor ders who will...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 30 October 1903

Gents' Furnishings Cheaper Now THAN THEY'LL BE FOR A LONG TIME TO COME! RELIABLE DENTISTRY No Delay-Satisfaction Guaranteed-Teeth Examined Free We are the moat reliable dentlata In the elty. We have the largest and oldeat practice in the city. Our success ta due to' the uniformly high grade work done by gentlemanly operators of middle ages; no youths We Guarantee to Please. Our Reliability is Unquestioned. Thla firm is backed by a wealthy corporation, and is therefor thor oughly responsible. All work la guaranteed for 19 yeara. If you havn't been to the Schull & Jelley Bankrupt Sale, it's a Money-Saving move to - : - COME TODAY 20c handker- g $2 Suits Un- A T $3.00 Unv $15 Suits OA chiefs lip dcrwcar for iftp breUas $1.39 and ToP ID0" or a garment a-flvJV for 1 Coats... J !ndToUpS $lJ-98 50-cent Off 35c and 50c 4 50c Suspend- O f Coats for Hf Neckwear JUxJK, Sox for I j ers for Lk V 15-ccnt Collars for 9c 25-ccnt cuffs for 3C Bfie Jo H. White Co. 9 32 Main Street. Selling out th...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 6 November 1903

It Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME VIII. ' WESTERN UNIVERSITY NOTES." m all the beautiful sites in the west, none is more beautiful than the one on which Western University Is situ ated. Sa6t, west, north, south there lies stretched far as the eye can reach, a beautiful landscape, and as one gazes about him, mother nature compels his to exclaim, ''How de lightful" as he breathes in healths new vigor, ambition and knowledge. Aside from its being in one of the most enchanting epots, the University itself is an imposing spectacle. Stan ley Hall is a beautiful pressed brick structure and is the seat of the In dustrial work. There the tailoring is done, under the supervision of the supervision of the efficient supervisor, Prof. Bates who has extraodlnary large classes. In the dressmaking department, Mrs. Gross is conducting classes here tofore unequaled ln the history of the School Prof. Garret has a set of young people In stenography and bookkeep ing which promises to compete...

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. — 6 November 1903

V THE CITY A Rambl Through Johinniibu (SPECIAL- CORRESPONDENCE) Take my nrra and come with me. Swiftly through the streets of Johan nesburg, rust the shops 'nblazo with Imkt. iast the loitering crowd that launtcrs Idly, past tho thronged thea tiT whore bursts of melody and spas modic cadences of applause roach tho tar through open doors. Keep out of tho light the cold, white steadfast lights that lino tho mile long streets; let us creep away Into tho sideways where aro the turn-tie-down tin shanty of Katnsnmmy and the dirt begrimed windows of Potrifskl l--aae. the son if Joseph behind which tills very man is threading a heedle by the liht of a flickering can dle o'l will see him still nt work when yon return. this same l'etrifskl; well U:to the tiisht h will worlf, plying his needle and dreaming alone of who knows wliat? Then ho will draw a filthy blanket over hi greasy form and sleep till the morning sun awakens him, and then again the needle and tho day Ions dream and the candle's...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 6 November 1903

Mr couBln and I lire in a little eot Uge Just large enough (or two peo ple and a maid, with an eitra room for an occasional visitor. The cottage la altuated In one of the numerous suburbs of New York. Among other things In which we economized were clocks. No hand some timepiece adorned our mantels. I had a gilt clock, about as large around as the watch which our great grandfather used to carry. It cost me 75 cents.: My cousin had one of the same make, as. large as a tea aaucer, perhaps. If we had owned watches, what 1 am going to tell might never hare ccurred. Preoccupied as we were with our business, and our own petty concerns, neither of us observed the conduct of the clocks when they were together, although If we had looked with all cur eyes, we probably should not hiwe seen anything unusual. JuHt a big clock and a little clock ticking away on the shelf. How could we guess that they were talking to each otrcr and laying foun dations for an intimate friendship? After a time my cou...

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. — 6 November 1903

THE RISING SON LEWIS WOODS, Bubdsss Manager. Published tery Week RISING SON PUBLISHINCCO rsUBSCKllTION RATES: Oee Teer.. I:i gnoeihe f 1t months MM On nonlb U Swiftly Pld In adeanre) Bntrd at the l'nt Office at Kan$a OUj, at Sttxn.d VtiiM Matter. Correspondents wanted In eery cltj and town id till matt'. Write us. All newt mutter Intended for pub lication should reach our office not la kef tbnn Tutsrlay, of each week and mutt be signed by the writer not for publication, but as guarantee of auth enticity. '.WICSi-No. I I 7 West Sixth St., Kansas City, Me. Advertising Hnttl, For one lh, one Ineertlun $ .at or one Incb. eeeh euneequeoi toMrtloo. M for two tMfen, three month I.ut for two lole, li nontu too For two I nc he., nlim month 10 U0 Toe two laches twrlve Booth! lido 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. Kansas City. M...

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. — 6 November 1903

THE RISING SOW. Wm. Fairfax, Society Reporetr. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo Remember please t'i the tittle biu we collect here an thtr That enables ue to run from year to year.' LOCALS. Mrs. Louisa Parker la quite 111, also Mrs. H. M. Walker. Mrs. Kirk Wilson who has been quite 111 is able to be out again. Allen Chapel is preparing for a rally oh' Thanksgiving Day. Mr. Virgil Warren and family has moved to Kansas City, Kansas. Mr. John Marshall has purchased a home on east 11th street. Mrs. Lucy Davis went to Kansas City Saturday to spend a few days. Rev. Mudd was here and preached for Dr. Howard Sunday. Mrs Liza Yancy Is In the city visit ing her brother and other relatives, Mr. Charley Dortoft fell Saturday night and broke his shoulder. The Portnlfihtly Dancing club was largely attended last Friday night. Miss Bessie Washington is teach ing school In rtie Southern port of this state: Cant. Glbbs improves slowly, moved to 1015 Onk Rtrrot. Mrs. Theodore Clay Is visiting friend...

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. — 6 November 1903

Girl's Frock. .Imple designs are generally more becoming to young plrl.t tlinn the moro elarmrato twea arid a pretty truck S'blch combines both shui'lielty anil t;ito 1 slu n llu ro. ninile up In reil cashmoro anil cream colore.! laco. The die nmy he made with or with out a lining anil may ho tlnUliod with a ciiitnpo or mailo all In oi:c N.irrow tucks in the- waist ami sl.'i've all to the attracts cnoss of the iloflsn nnj tho li.UHli.oiiliii f trill is tho Iatot finish ' for a Kiiimi'C ilrcss. This stjle is HttoJ to the oke tHlgo, with points at tront, back anj shouUler. Tha lin ing may be fated to yoke depth with laco or made of Contrasting material. Tho attached fcUnt U of tho live gored stlo and may bo made with or without the cir cular iloiincn. Tho bai l; may bo Rat ti ered or fiiUmvs taken up by au in verted box idait. A pretty dross for school or general wear luUht lm constructed In blue fit'Tiio with bands of Uulnn ombrrtd ery or rows of soutnehe braid for trim mini. Tho bra...

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. — 6 November 1903

PATIENCE. It when asemlnt; break Tloud obscure the sky, Fear not: God who makes Clouds, ha aunahlna nlf few Be patient Xf the irarden parch. Thlrity for the rain. Know April follow March Shower will obtain. Be patient When Mary's other beaa Call before you do. Don't (t mod and cat He'll get tired, too. j Be patient ff the fond wife frown. Walt a little while: Keep yonr temper down, Boon will com a amlla. Be patient Then you're nut of health If you're feellna- sick o not dnae yourself. Get a doctor quick. Be patient THE E U TAW FLAG' II By MART E. KINOGOLD. I I I OtrrrifkUd, ft, bf TU AuUert pubHtMnf Compntf 1 I Charleston, South Carolina, "the City by tha Sea," on the moraine of Feb ruary 14, 1777, was unusually cold and dreary. Sleet and nnow whirled hither and thither, and a biting northeast, wind made It advisable (or all not obliged to (ace the storm to remain within. Jane Elliott wai seated near a win Cow, mechanically passing; her needlo through a dainty piece of embroidery. S...

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. — 6 November 1903

I' r Gents Furnishings Cheaper Now THAN THEY'LL BE FOR A LONG TIME TO COME! RELIABLE DENTISTRY No Delay-Satisfaction Guaranteed-TeetK Examined Free We are the meat reliable dentists In the city. We have the largest and oldest practice In the city. Our success is due to the uniformly high grade worh dune by gentlemanly operators of middle ages; no youths We Guarantee to Please. V Otir Reliability is Unquestioned. This firm la backed by a wealthy corporation, and la therefore thor oughly responsible. All work Is guaranteed for IS years. If you havn't been to the Schull & Jelley Bankrupt Sale, it's a Money-Saving move to , COME TODAY 20c handker chiefs for 9c $25 Suits $ and Top Coats for 14 .98 $2 Suits Un derwear for a garment 48c 50-ccnt Neckwear 25c 15-ccnt Collars for 9c 25-ccnt cuffs for 3C $3.00 Um brellas for ... . $j.39 35c and 50c Sox for 17c $fV89 Coats . . . 9 50c Suspend ers for 27c &Ae J. H. White Co. Selling our the Schull Ch'Z TWI Cu-u and Jelley Stock lit J O t...

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