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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 22 January 1904

THE RISING SON. Win. Fairfax, Society Reporetr. , A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo Remember please fi tti little blta we collect hnre a n there That enable! us to run from year to year." LOCALS. Mrs. Shelton Is ver y 111 at 1319 East 14th street. Ming Geneva Wllley Hat this week. Is on the nick Miss lolanthe Taylor has been sick the past week. Mr. Joseph Brice Is fast recovering from his recent Illness. Mrs. William Rhodes was up from Blue Springs last week. Ben McRay has opened up his new hall at 917 Baltimore avenue. Mrs. Kittle Wllley Love, of Chicago, is visiting relatives in the city. Rev. Bacote has been conducting a revival meeting the past two weeks. The young ladies who took up mil linery work some time ago are doing very nice work. Large crowds have attended Allen Chapel the past week to hear the won derful boy preacher. Mr. Joseph Brice is still Improving and his many anxious friends have hopes of his recovery. Mrs. William Gordon ,of 2028 Hal leek avenue, Kansas City, ...

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. — 22 January 1904

l.IM S TO Till- unit. I.t t""'t tavn, n will. Ahinit the h'nit it rid soul, nil In .m liWh-toiii-d sonnet Ktlll Their I. .fly worth extol 1. nln must wnlli In IniniMp wiiys An 1 unities! iiiiimi a won, I tlti tliln simple srititf to praise i The Iher good mid true. V) it' heart or until to mortal man, hut ii .itiythltiK. ill. ok! To na poor bilious rrHinrfi when The ihiM'd out of wiiin-k? While sentiment. 1 tnke It. Is All well enough m il nti . Y-t when ve i. hum MKht down to "bis,- The liver nils I ho lie. po. )on t yoti to the sjen-M"y bards' Soft snt ittn tit Burriimh, Kor I o l;.i hiKixxt titith regard Will k. i-p liN liver i-littnt. He kii" Unit heart mid until may bless A tuoi t il. In n ttnv, Hut. oli! they're l.olh "V G." unless Vjiir liver ull "o. K." Tr l jur nvcr ull o. K. 0m THE TULIP MAN ll MINHIVA f. I.IMIrt. Cop'jntj'trit, i.ww, by T Aurkort lul,Uthinj Cempnny. lie was u nil. gaunt, white liSirod old man of sewn'y nr more. 1!"' lived sinno Jut n'TiKs tin- snoot, in t...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 22 January 1904

I J Miss Rose Hennessv. well known asV Rose HennessVt well known as a poetess and elocutionist, of Lexington, Ky., tells how she was cured of uterine inflammation and ovaritis by the use of Lydia E, Pkikham's Vegetable Compound 1 " Dkak Mrs. Piwkiiaii i I hare been bo blessedly helped through the use f Lydia K. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound that I feel It but just to acknowledge it, hoping that it may help some other woman suffering as I did. " For yeara I enjoyed the best of health and thought that I would always do so. I attended partiea and receptions thinly clad, and would be suddenly chilled, but I did not think of the results. I caught a bad cold eighteen months ago while menstruating, and thia caused inflammation of the womb and congested ovaries. I suffered excruciating pains and kept getting worse. My attention was called to your Vegetable Compound and the wonderful cures it had performed, and I made up my mind to try it for two months and see what it would do for me. Within...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 22 January 1904

STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS ....IS TH. ... PKWTuwT ninng Room 1923 Market StrMt, ST. LOUIS, MO. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. Oyster m any St1. Service strictly irtt-class. Ladles and (lent dine up atalre. Z. T. JOHDAH. Manages THE GREAT SOUHERN HAIR POMADE THE GREAT HAIR GROWER AND STRAIGHTENER. PRICE 25C. GOOD AGENTS WANTED. t ill out this blank and send it with ll.no and you will receive by express It. 00 worth of the 1'oinade and Iterma to Agents. T. J. NOTT. PARIS. MO. Enclosed please V. O. Money Order for II. CO, for which Rend me as per your offer. 13.00 worth of the Ureal Southern Hair 1'ouiade and terms to agents. Name street Town or City County (State Express Oftlce Pate of this order SKND ALL OUDKKS TO F. J. NOTT, Box 81, Paris, Mo. FAST MAIL SERVICE A GOOD THING PUSH IT ALONG The Train Service of the Missouri Pacific. Tho four flyers that leave Kansas City I'nion detiot daily for St Imls and nM points Kist note tho 1 curving time: 11:50 a. in., 1:10 p. in., 9:15 p. ni ami 10:45 p. ni. No...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 29 January 1904

It Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME Till. MISS EMMA BROWN ON NEW WOMANHOOD. "Man once looked up to woman an.l regarded her as his superior, but In lier great tlesi.e to be equal with man and to experience the sensation public honor and leadership bring, for wom lia's two greatest weaknesses, and her love of fluttery and her desire to know all things and to explore and fine out the 'why' of everything, these desires have lowered her In man's estimation and now la her time to get back upon the thone and reign queen In the home or wherever the Dispenser of all Good Khali dcsyn her to be. She should arise, eo forward, ascending at every step, till she reaches her (lod, for she is man's glory and he will come to her. She should aim to he a true woman. Mont-hearted and brave. He one of I'.ie brightest of gifts (iod ever gave. He a woman of smiles not a woman of tears. Be u! 'woman of hope, not a woman of fears. Be a woman of joy when sorrow assails. He a help, not a clog, when, ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 29 January 1904

Domestic jj Blunders I qf Women 1 By A MERE MAN fli THE MANAGEMENT OF SERVANTS V on lili'ii In these articles Is to lio strictly fair to women, and not. ax no ninny oilier w r it e r 8 have done, to attack thorn unfairly on Biitijerts of vani ty, dress, extrava gain or uiiy of tin- other well with tuples. To 1 1 j followed In pri'ili-i -I'ssors would. been to prove my r we cannot change nny more tlian we tbe lines of my t my ni'inl. lav OWI1 Wftlktll'SH. fl n v i ; 1 1 1 n 1 1 ' .4 n a f i n can in;: n s, an. I, t li -rt Tur' . to nttack women 1 caii-ie they are fickle or vain-K'.orious stems to me a absurd ai to attempt to prove that man Is to? tl'e superior ntitmal liei atise he Is, !y iit;ni t, ford of i likes ami ale. Ki ally, I do not want to attack at nil, because- It Is as natural to me to 1 1 fond of women as It is for chil dren to be fond of toys. My real Idea Is to give women an opportunity for ! feii-te. and to prove their strength. It is for this reason that I attack the...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 29 January 1904

Be Not Quick to Judgi. In drtnms his life passed by him In re view. He looked and law there cold condi tion's thrall. .... Although the world said he had fallod, lie knew That he was, somehow, helpless In It nil. , lie felt how one's environment do nlnn And sometimes thought like these paused through his mind: Not what he docs, but what he strives Should lie the rule by which to judge the man. , , Olve credit for his effort, brave and true . Full praise and rank for doing all ne can. Not what he reaches, not what he can A"- . . . The thin he reaches for feeds his heart too. Don't blame him If perchance he soon should fall. Struck down by circumstances' deadly hand. If, climbing- to the heights o'ertopplng all. In face of odds that no one can com mand, A rock o'erhanglng falls and crushes him. .... Say not he would not climb who died to climb. Blame not the builder of the fated ship. Should helmsman let her run upon the rock. . The house may not be wrong, though timbers slip . . , , ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 29 January 1904

THE WISING SON. LEWIS WQ0P3,.... . . LusinfM Mnoager. Published livery Week RISINOSON PUBLISHINCCO r-MT IWCI 1 1 1 'T 1 1 N U AT ES: Poo Tfr. -I D.oilhl . U M T'rr month. 40 On mtmtli It fixlotlj pnltl In a1 tunc Bntfrid at the l'il Ojpir at Kanitu Vitj, us Stroud Cliiw Matter. 0rret.ioiii1rnU wanted In ptery city tod town in tlii state. Write u. All news mutter Intended for pub lic! ion ihoiild reach nur otllee not la ter thiin Tutd;iv, of iki'Ii week and mint be signed by the writer not for publication, but as guarantee of auth tnt if 1 1 t. .'FFICfi-No. 117 Weat Sixth St., Kansas City, Mo. " ! J 1 ! AilvertiaiiiM Bitt, for on 1h. on lnrtlin t 50 r on Incti, fN4'h itutiiuMiiirat tmrrtlon. .'At t too '. -, Ihri'f momli 1.U0 F.tiwo tm-lii", m nuinlli ou K'ir two liii'hvo, tilno month. lunl Yo t wo lucuttfi IwWve Uiorithfl IS UO CLDEST NECiRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE REST. The paid circulation of Tun Rising Son is more than double1"" the combined circu lation of all ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 29 January 1904

THE RISING SON. Wm. Fairfax, Society Reporetr. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo i Remember pleases t'a tt.e little bits we collect hern n n there Tbatenublo ui to ruu from year to year." LOCALS. Mrs. Oeneva .Wlllery Is quite 111. Revival services arc goln gon at all of the churches. Mrs. Maine Shot ton i:)19 Kast Hth St., is nil lvery ill. Clilc Morgan has wv.n on the sick list but Is some better. Mrs. Missouri Stanton is not much i in proved at this writing. Mrs. Minnie Heachon Is on the sick list at 171:! Woodland ave. Mr. and Mrs. V. CuoU'h liltlu Klrl lias been hie kltut is convalescent. Utile Helen OoiiM Is the most pop ular baby born in Kaunas City in W;. The ladles al around are having leap year parties. What is the matter with K. C? . The Silver Ioaf Club danco will take -place at the Vendome next Friday night. O. F. Ward has bought him a lot out in Round Top and will build at 2S10 Merslngtoon. The Son is very thankful tt Mrs. Laura Walton, of Washington, Mo., for her kind...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 29 January 1904

VIM1K IX LOVERS' LANE. In livers' hni 'in w inter now J (Will iiti tM. never come iieiln?) An. I f..l a I'll. J frin any ImiiKii Voice the old divine lefr.mi. Ti e pit!) that ft'esmcil wl'h green nl K.il 1 P'h -tr on evatifx-ent nfir I'm'.' II mlie hln-oin4 or ti.o mi l Winter I:. an Juno white llllcn sre. A" t T; it 1 footfnll nuke the hinh the faint silver of tho moon ivi ;r tin covert wlien;e tho thrnh f.'il ! irnllu-r Ioiik, lis Jocund tun. Tli t ri'inii'inix trytlng. ere thev 'lone, 'I iio tni.-iii.it Joy, tlie parting p.nti? W 1 . 1 t irtd iio mora wmoi,I ond vol In memory hnnnied lovers' lime? Ah wvt tr! April's htiirle mil l:!r, n.lt with rapture, up the glen, "II I M.iy .line more tier flowery tht.ill v.if- nrtormuiy- rtn.l then- and tlienl ronton Sol.ard lit the llineutor. A POOR INVESTMENT 11 r IMKKIKT M.4K Wr.fK.l CopyifhUil, Mul, fr TS AuiAort PuMufiit Company, It v.as a crisp, wintry day. The Tew pedestrians who preferred a brisk walk In lh on'ti to a lutlf hearted at ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 29 January 1904

ujv liss Gannon, Scc'y Detroit Amateur Art Association, teds young women whet to do to avoid pain and suffering caused by female troubles. "Pear Mrs. Pixkiiam j I can con- Betentlously recommend Lydia 12. IMnkhant'H Vegetable Compound to those of my Bisters suffering with femnlo weakness end the. troubles which so often befall women. I suf fered for months with penernl weak ness, and felt so weary that I had hard work to keep up. I had shooting pains, end was utterly miserable. In my dis tress I was advised to use Lytll.'i 12. 1'lnk ham's Vegetable Com pound, and St w;tn a red letter day to me when I took the first dose, for nt that time my restoration liegan. In six weeks 1 was a changed woman, perfectly well in every respect. I felt eo elated and happy that I want all women who suffer to get well as I did." Miss Ovh-A, Qasson, 359 Jones St., Detroit, Mich., Secretary Amateur Art A SKOC i at ion. tSOOO forfeit Iforlqlnal of aba litter firming gtnuintntu cannot b produced. Whonono c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 29 January 1904

STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS ....IS TIIK...I wtury pining Room 192J Mtrkrt Sti-rt, ST. LOUIS, MO. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. OvtT in any Slle. Service Mrlotly C.f t-.. LaJ ami (tents dine up tnir. 2. T. JOKOAN. Manages THE GREAT SOUHERN HAIR POMADE. IftgitTmmmtnTnmnnnromTOnmmimmtTTTTTTnif ! WONDERFUL! r BE WOT DECEIVED -r t?e COLORED PEOPLE Oh AMERICA. King of at IIaii Tonics, DISCOVERY ji Curly Hair Made Straight By I Pi a I 31? ,3 E To I1 ill i THE GREAT HAIR GROWER j AND SlRAIGIITENER.j PRICE 25c. I GOOD AGENTS WANTED.! 1:1! out tins li!nnl and semi it with J El. ii urn! dU wi'.i ri'irin' 1-y express1 i 1.1 M nuith i f tin? 1 in i:i t? ifnl tci m til lt,'elltS. 4 3 l TV 'I.4KI..N HII'M I, IKK: IIKInln; AMI At I t it 1 KKA1 UKNT. ORIGINAL OZOMZI-I) OX MARROW (ritvrnttit"i.i Tilt- tvt inl.-rfiil liitir 'ir;tl l only nfrt Hftfo.il in Hi.- wtt:-l that tii'iNf kinky "f A , itlF i-r-v. in.- ..iit, ir-' tn iiif nn r rr"m mil- mj i'.l' .nf r lr ftkitiif fT. cm- ilmiitiiitT aimI i i t -nr i ! i tv 1 in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 12 February 1904

It Pays to Advertise In the Rising Gon VOLUME VIII. MEXICO NEWS. February 2, 1904. ,Mr. John Burks has been very sick with pneumonia, but Is reported better to-day. Mr. Roy Gibson has been very sick with La Grippe. Some better to-day. Mrs. Lucy Mjcrryfleld on the sick list, but better to-day. Mr. Gray Gibson has been very sick with !a Grippe and spell ot pneumonia but is some better to-day. Mrs. Andrew Benson taken Blck Fri day with pneumonia and died Satur day evening suddenly at 6 o'clock leaves husban and relatives to mourn hep loss funeral taken place at 2 o'clock Sunday evening at Baptist church. Mr. and Mrs. Razz Taylor both been very sick but better now. Mrs. Gardner and family moved to the country Saturday. Mr. Rufus Howard and grand daugh ter are very sick Mrs. Annie White. Mr and Mrs Goatley from Kansas City arevlsltlng her mother and rela tives In this city. MIsb Ollvea Goatley has been on the sick list, but better now. Mrs. Mlnnla Baas has been very 111 with dropsy, but ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 12 February 1904

ABRAHAM l From Lvmmemaratloo Ode," by Vcr Iiim her old world molds aside she threw, And, choosing swat clay from the breast Of the unexhausted west, With stuff untainted shape! a hero new, Wise, steadfast in the strength of God, and true. His was no lonely mountain peak of mind, Thrusting to thin air o'er our cloudy bars, A sea mark now, now lost in vapors blind; Lroad prairie rather, genial, level lined. Hawthorne's Pen Pictures of Abraham Lincoln. The renowned writer, Hawthorne, once penned tho following moniora tile sketch of Abraham Llnculn'a char actor: "Mr. Lincoln's whole physiognomy Is a coarse one, hut withal it Is re deemed, Illuminated, softened and brightened by a kindly though serious look out of his eyes, and tin expres sion of only sapaolty that seemed weighted with rich results of villngo experience. A preat deal of natlvo sense, no bookish cultivation, no re finement, honest at heart, and jet In some sort sly at least endowed with a sort of tact and wisdom that are ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 12 February 1904

Lincoln the Man. By R. H. Stoddard. A Marine man with horny lianda. . ho tilled bia Unas, new, U t who iwuni the ax. Who shrank from nothing uui aia as poor men ao. On of the people. Born Their carious epitome. To ahare, yet rise above, Their shifting hate and lor. Common hla mind. It seemed so than. His thoughts the thoughts of other men. l'laln were his words, and poop But now they will endure. No hasty fool of stubborn will. But prudent, cautious, still A'ho. since his Work was good, Would do It as b could. No hero, this of Roman mold Nor Ilka our stately aires of Old. Perhaps he was not urent But he preserved the stats. O, honest fare, which all men knew, O. tender heart, but known to law Of ins a ire. traglo rage. . Boston Journal o, wonaor Cut oft by . uncoils ARCH Kth hsa started a Hood of memorlea In my direction t a r alnca that day in 1865." The remark waa made by a gentle- Then make bclleva 1 am In tha White House," Bald tha great Presi dent, to whom it waa no new thing t...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 12 February 1904

THK (USING SON, LEWIS WOODS Busmen Manager. Published Every Week RISINO SON FUBLISHINCCO "SUnaCKll'TlOS HATES: On far .... ;i D.OBttia nu rir miintiu m On oiuntto If Strictly paid In adrano BUrd at V 1'nnt Office at Kantnt Citf, at iiroi.d CiuM MaUtr. Correspondent wanted In fvery city tod town id this maw. Write us. All Mew matter Intended for put U cation should reach our ofllce nut la teMban TuttvUy, of each week and mutt be "tinned by the writer not for publication, but a guarantee of auth snMcttv, .'FFICEl-No. 117 West Sixth St., Kansas City, Mo. HH SL .IB -HI J. M. ... LB Advertising Rntti, for on lh. on loa.rilnn $ M Fur mn inrh. cn h auhqtiat tnaertloo. Ju Tor two tarar., thrva rannih luo furlwo lach, all month loo For twolnoha., nine month loco rot two lai-baa twr-lv. uioutha ...1100 OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE RFST. if The paid circulation of The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 12 February 1904

THE RISING SON. Wm. Fairfax, Society Reporetr. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo Remember please I'ilbe little bit we collect here a n (here Tbut enable, ui to run from year to year." LOCALS. When wealth Is lost, nothing Ib lost; when health Is lost, something is lost; when character Is lost, all la lost Miss Ella Walker is on the sick list. Mr. James Wilson has gone South for the winter. A NEGRO ENTERPRISE. P. T. Moore and C. Ell Harris have formed a company and gone Into the undertaking and embalming business. Their parlors are located at 1820 East Eighteenth street. These gentlemen are classed among the most prominent people of our city. They are generous, enterprising business men, each being a well known citizen and are for any movement that tends to advance the race to a higher plane of civilization. Mr. Moore Is a gentleman of high, char actcr and culture, having successfully passed through several colleges of em balming, etc., thus qualifying him for the business that he Is...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 12 February 1904

A LAST CENTURY VALENTINE "Emily in-sont this little trifle to ono who sho n'Riird." More than seventy -five years no Kmily took up liir quill pen ami In dainty characters wrote the dedication on the fly loaf of "Friendship's Offering. " In spite of her hail rnuimur a glaneo at the fad rj nnc! delicate writing with Its quaint tlourli'hoR ami aristocratic angles Is rnotieh to prove that Kmlly was a fine young lady and that she really meant at least a little more than Mio aid. l'onr Ktni'y! Her lilies and roses lire lonif withered, along with tho other flowers which bloomed In the relun of Kinc (tonrsi; IV., to whose Most Excellent Majesty" the little morocco bound volume Is dedicated. And "one who she regards" has pone also with the rest. Were they married one day Kmlly and "one who she regards"? Or did Kmily die early of a broken heart, perhaps? Her handwriting looks as if she. milit have easily fallen a victim to Home such old fashioned malady. And did "one who she regards" leave Km...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 12 February 1904

FIBROID TUMORS CURED. Mr. Hayes' First Letter Appeal Ing to Mrs. Plnkliam for llelpt " Dcab Mm. Pixkham : I hare been under Iioston doctor' treatment for a long time without any relief. They tell me I have a fibroid tumor. I can not ait down without great pain, and the soreness extends up my spine. I hare bearing-down pains both back and front. My abdomen 1s swollen, and I hare had flowing spells for three years. My appetite is not good. I can not walk or be on my feet for any length of time. " The symptoms of Fibroid Tumor 5 (Ten in your little boolc accurately escribe my case, so I write to you for advice. "(Signed) Mns. E. F. IUyes, 153 Dudley St (Roxbury), Boston, Mass. Mrs. Hayes Second Letter i "Dear Mrs. Pixkiiam: Sometime ago I wrote to you describing my symp toms and asked your advice. You re- rilied, and I followed oil your direc lons carefully, and to-day 1 am a well woman. "The use of Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound entirely ex pelled the tumor and strengthened my ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 12 February 1904

STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS Mill Tut,.... piwTURY pining Room 1923 Market Strwt, ST. LOUIS, MCX MEALS AT ALL HOURS. Oyster in any Style. Service strictly rat-clase. Ladles and Gents din 00 stair. Z. T. JOUOAM, Maaattf THE GREAT SOUHERN HAIR POMADE. THE GREAT HAIR GROWER AND STRAIGHTENER. S 'IS iWONDERrULl 3 I DISCOVERY 1 If Curly Hair Made Straight By 1 fl Ej C i (; TAKKN fllOM MI'S: (J . j' ' HKI'OKK ANII AITKIl TKKATMENT. ? Ma I I ORIGINAL I iailt! iBEl PRICE 25e. GOOD AGENTS WANTED. Fill out this blank and send it with 11.00 and you will receive by express tl.00 worth uf the l'oiuatle and terme to agent. F. J. NOTT. l'ARIS, MO. Enclosed plraM- 1. O. Money Order for ll.oo, for which send mean x'r your offer, 12.00 wortli of the Ureal Southern Hair Fumade aud tonus to agents. Name Street Town or City County State Express Office Pate of this order SEND ALL ORDERS TO F. J. NOTT, Box 81, Paris, Mo. FAST MAIL SERVICE A GOOD THING PUSH IT ALONG " The Train Service of the Miuouri Pacific. The f...

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