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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 7 October 1904

h I N' J! i n 1 'A a 3 V! i r f Pay to Advertise In the Biting Son VOLUME IX. EVERY MAN WHO EXPECTS TO VOTE AT THE NEXT ELECTION MUST REGISTER I DON'T FORGET THIS! REMEMBER THIS IS GENERAL REGISTRATION. THE DAYS ON WHICH YOU MUST REGISTER ARE OCTOBER 11th, 15th, and 18th. LEXINGTON NEWS Rev. A. A. Gilbert left Monday even ing for the annual conference which Is held at Pine Bluffs. Mrs. Claud of Lawrence ,Kan., who has been visiting Mrs. John Carter, returned to her home Wednesday. Mrs. Dehoney and daughter, who has been visiting Mrs. Kirk Wilson left for her home Sunday evening. Mrs. Knox and Mrs. Yancy of Kan uas City, returned home Monday even Ing. Mr. Chester NColley, who has been here visiting his parents and other relatives, left for Lincoln, Neb., Tues day morning. Mr. William Hunter is still in the restaurant and grocery business. Any one wanting groceries should patron . ize him. Mr. Eugene Conway is in the barber business on Ninth street. Call and see him. Mr. Al Williams m...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 7 October 1904

WHO THEY ARE IIito la a complete list of the offi cers aiul commit tM'4 of tho Kopub lir.in nnl lMMiiiHTiitlc ftate commit tee of Missouri unil Kitnsns: MlSSOflll KKl'l lH.K'AN: T. K. Niivlrlnphiiim, chairman, St. Louis: J:io. W lMMiwcll. vico chnir n.nri, tei!ii!;:: Walter s?. Pii kcy, chair Hum teentii committee, Kansas City; t.'. ). Morri-". Trenton, secre tat y s iilu division; Joseph Mc Coy, su retaiy r cords livlsion, Kan sas ("i'y; i;. i. Hrokmeycr, secretary I'lii'licit y i.-i' pii. Members ;it l.aru'o I', n. Allen, Ln cleile; J. V, Kuvanmi-'h, New Hamp ton; ,1ns. I'. lliinliu, Savannah; Wal ter S. liiikey; T. H. llaUey, HoMen: .Inn. II. lioti.w 11. So.lalia; Wil liams, California : into Stlfcl, St. Lotus ; A. W. l.loy.I, St. Louis; II, D. Kv.ms. Iditine Terre. Meml.ers State Committee First IMMrict: Chns. W. Watson, Kahoka; Ttios. li. Morris, Hannllml. SoconJ IHs'rict: Holert H. Smith, Hrook f:U; I.ou!s A. Scott, Carrollton. Third I'iMrirt: Sam 11. (iromer, Slanberry; .. K....

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. — 7 October 1904

ur Child's Coat Long coats made In double-breasted style Bult young chlluren admirably well. This one la exceptionally smart, with Its triple capes and wide collar, and Is adapted to both boys and girls, the only change necessary to convert It from correct masculine to correct femi nine style being found In lapping the right side over the left In place of the left over the right. The model Is made of ox blood red broad cloth, trimmed with fancy braid and held by handsome pearl buttons, but all materials In vogue for children's coats are equally correct. The coat Is made with fronts and back and Is finished at the neck with a big rollover collar beneath which the triple capes are attached. The sleeves are full, finished with roll over cuffs, and at the waist line Is a belt that is passed under straps ar ranged at the under-arm seams. The quantity of material required for the medium size (6 years) is 6 yards 27 Inches wide, 3 yards 44 inches wide or 2V& yards 52 Inches wide, with ...

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. — 7 October 1904

THE RISING SON. LEWIS WOODS Buainess Mauger. Published Every Work RISINCi SON HUDLISHINCCO T h V HM'l. 1 1 T I ( ) N RATES: Cm T"f oh tlx o.oaihn 1 T'lrvr month 40 Ob noma U ivtrtlr pM In advance BnUrtd at the l'rt Ojprt at Kantnt City, a AtftM.ri CUim MuUtr. bo r respondent wanted In eery city tod town iu tliit state. Write ub. All new mutter Intended for pub lication nhotiht reach our oitiee mil la tor than TutKd.i.v, of each week and mutt be dlpiicd by the writer not (or publication, but an guarantee of autb- TtlCltf. iFFICIl-No. 117 Went Slith St., Kaneae City, Mo. gBB ! . - 1. . 1 AUvertialtiu Rntca, for l"h, on In.srtl.m ( M or out Inch, inrh uhMiju'ot InturtioD ) fot two larkm, thiv mom h t-00 Furtwo lei'li, il uionlti tin fur two tnrhn, oltift month 10 00 M two InchtM twelve oitiiittiH 15 CO OLDEST NEURO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE REST. The paid circulation of Tun Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored wee...

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 October 1904

i5 j I v.l 1 tit 1 7 TEE BISINO SOH. .n a uhiti r i if i j 5 BOTfi TO IN ' , I A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. O. H. JONES, 612 Jersey avenue. Remember pleane t's the little bits necollnct here u n there Tbatenublue us to run from year to yeur." LOCALS. CASH 18 THE WAY. Reading notices and announcements will always be' rated as advertise ments, and when such Is sent In to our office cash must accompany it. Those who have donations for the Home will save themselves trouble by calling up 'phone East C07. Dr. Parks, secretary of Foreign Mis sions of the A. M. E. church passed through the city last week. Miss Maude Knott of Topeka Kan., is in the city, visiting Mrs. Mollie Burnett, of 710 Holmes street. Mr. William Montgomery, of I.eav enworth, Kan., Is in the city visiting Miss Annie Custer. MJss Daisy Glover of Atchison, Kan., is a guest of Miss Lctha Powell of 1405 Vine street. Miss Myrtle Harris died last week after a lingering Illness. She was the daughter of Peter Harris, dece...

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. — 7 October 1904

His Treasure. If w,is .. MiinK. H very ?fiMl!( Th.it iiiv ! t-.Mse.t to care, 'T'V.i ra-y J i t t.t Jm- li i in ly, '"t I it'it li. W.IS thi'lo; Hut tiictiKii t. slight a thing lie see met If Inlcri vt t !. tn,.' !.. :irt ' i i ivi .1 him with a lgve A t..-iit.i.fii .m tho . 1 1 r ivms ptmr, (( vet y P'l'ir, T! 'it rt'v, xltu-e hI'.c? Iki.1 I:rd, J I- ..i mi..! : ttriy thro.i.lhnre coat Willi li.ilhiliu llllU'h ll.M'lr; Hut uli. :i trr.iMire h rntMvnlod, And K ! nf Hollo llli.'f; Hit sl:,i! l y little bomim Mil A inlcliy. cr.n lip t;ilif. - Vototii.-tf K.irla c'eates In ll.irper's lia- r.ir. cfiREm GOLD Jattt; Kuthrford had come back rutin I.miih'- to S!n ford, and the ci:i tr s ;!.' rang with tho news. There wan more excitement anl commotion v I en It wm known that James ha J ar ihi'cl than If tin village crier hail i: ii no round to herald t tie approach of u rirru.i or a menagerie. No tun? had ever expected to see James nsaln, iirless In hopeless pov erty ai.il ttutteriim's rni;s...

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. — 7 October 1904

u IMPROVEMENT FOR THE HALL. Arrangement That la Both Uaaful and Ornamental. The hall Is certainly more eeen than any other part of the home, since not only enn no mom be gained without going through It. but the oc casional visitor who Rcta no further has also to be reckoned with. One difficulty to contend with Is the harmless necessary tint and coat. These are a serious handicap to a pretty hall, yet we must admit that it is part of Its duty to harbor them. They are generally tucked away In the darkest corner, and only dimly discerned as a bulging, unulghtly mass, those In least frequent use hav ing a flue opportunity of collecting dust. But at very small outlay an arrange ment can be made to hide and pro tect the hats and contt, and afford an Incident pleasing rather than other wise In the hall. Two shelves about twelve Inches wide are the founda tion of the affair; they are connected with a back and two sides, and the top one Is fitted In front with a small Many women are denied t...

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. — 7 October 1904

EVERY MAN WHO EXPECTS TO VOTE AT THE NEXT ELECTION MUST REGI3TEP! DON'T FORGET THIS! REMEMBER THIS IS GENERAL , REGISTRATION THE DAYS ON WHICH YOU M'JST REGISTER ARE OCTOBER 11th, lit. and 18th. CoCAR KOEHLER. Repuubln :m IMjrrnee County Sur veyor. Tin- is.'Ii'c'i.ni j" Mr. l.i-nr Kinlilci for (M'lti'y i.m vi'v :' is a cm id n In 'cvry pa' t iin'.tr Mr. Korhlrr Is u 'I'i.tivi- of Kill:!. i.. t'.'y and is a crn'lu c!' 1.' r t.iiiiiiii.i l.iiili srhmil. His .futluT is a ( i v 1 1 I'fcNirr of nolo, ami It !s t!:i' Imm .mil ihiinmuli tiuininv. M')) (M';ir KucVit rictiwil under Hie r;it'i- "f t.iU; r tliat uivi'-i him n n'i ni .ir 'iln.'.s. It lln uffirc of sur vivor. Mr. Ko"lot r i:,t rils the I'llil- il f.iU'lii it c,f u.i n- ,m. the vol. 'is 'n H it. r.ii an. I if i-lo. ! will i;ivo n nil-liiiru.-t! i in nt the cttii ns or Ja;-!.-mi I'ounty ; fori proud. H. .1. CROHN. Republican Nominee Public Adminis tritor. The Tirn.T Hi!' ronvrntion ili-i-i):iy. .1 cool juiluti: ".: in srlrrtinn Mr...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 14 October 1904

it Paya to Advertise In tho Rlalng Con VOLUME IX. EVERY MAN WHO EXPECT3 TO VOTE AT THE NEXT ELECTION MUST REGISTER! DON'T FORGET THISI REMEMBER THIS 18 GENERAL REGISTRATION. THE DAYS ON WHICH YOU MUST REGISTER ARE OCTOBER 11th, 15th, and 18th. LEXINGTON NEWS. Miss Florence Talbott was in Kan sas City afew days last week attend ing the carnival. Mr. John Booker has moved to Kan sas City to make that his future home. Messrs. William and Alonzo Gray's sister who lives near Columbia is here visiting her brothers. Miss Sage of Higginsville was here Sunday. Mr. George Hegwood of Liberty tras here Sunday visiting his mother and other relatives. Mis Ethel Henderson left Sunday morning for St. Louis. Mr. Wm. Haydcn is not much better Miss Nancy liooker took quite Hi Friday night; also Mrs. A. W. Walker Is ill with a rising in her head. Dr. ZM has an attack of rheuma tism. We hape he will soon be over with it, for we dont' see how we can get along without It. Prof. G. II. Green left for St. L...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 14 October 1904

mmm Tho Manuscript of Cod. 1 I" V : , i , . ! m .i i rt .1 pt-:ii I ii n i ii. , 1 1 , : v : i s i i . i . nul l. .imI '.-IKt t 'M.il : i l.' j C IS I.UKW.11,1 m-1. 1 v ' .. I :., 1': il l ! Itiil il in read, i- i ! ;.-.r ' : i ' i . - - t ' ;. 1 t in. i 'i s - u . i i- ii. Nv..-i aim ,-,iIh nnd ' : " u '' 1 1 1 !" 'I r il u !. :r; . .... II . ' ! U ..:lt -- ; , i 1 1 i u . i i '. i 1 1 V .! i,i. . I'; '!'it: '. '''r-i-ni i;.i.il!r. Life Is but n Dr?am. '' .! ' i .,. . ,i , I. ,,i,l. Hint iii . ' . ! tn n-1 In. ir i iv to us tli an r. '.,r, n!' l,v;,:,u aiinsi in, r.t or :. i..: I'l.i i.i..i.!its Willi which '1, ( i.i il and wb.iii we have the a' ; in ii1k.ii-'. tlu' wisdom with In I: ',' alii M at . I an,l I lie elo i.'i. ! i-!i which i: sparkles which vc l.;i- a ! -i : in iin-b rstand. lee i M.ti:- n is a .';ln r of infinite pus s n.l ';, s. !;rit a n, essay, . Is horn by tVc tii'tiiim; star 'hit draws mr at t. i,l il l-, t ) the ui'i'iT region where the ti.'i.'i'li' f day N wroug...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 14 October 1904

r TABS 2 i in iv av Colors of th Moment. As tbe season advances green and blue separately and again combined tny be aald to bo tbe colors of tbe moment. Pongees and raw silks are popular fabrics. A model of dark blue pongee, with a raised stripe run ning through It, baa a skirt with very little goring, and It Is tucked horizon tally all the way around tbe hip, bar ing a box plait down the center of the front and back. These tucks are stitched about sis or eight inches in depth and then allowed to flare with four deep tucks running vertically round the bottom, each of these tucks beaded by half-Inch wide row of entre 4oux. The skirt Is cut straight around, and tbe bodice, which is tucked in half-Inch tucks, blouses slightly over the belt. A beautiful white Irish lace yoke and the collar complete tbe neck, and the sleeves are gathered into the yoke quite full and fall to the line of the elbftw. Here again Is a puff and below is a tight fitted sleeve of Irish crochet. Combination Under...

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. — 14 October 1904

TIIK RISING SON. LEW 18 WOUi'S biiMiici M .mag-sr. Published Kvcry Week WSSINCi SON PUBLISHING CO eWhl'HsCKIITlON liATKS: O.. Trar SIM .1 moil ha 71 T'lr umi.ini 09 On. uuntb li itfetlj pal J In ad ranee C(ra at t'tf I'oft Office at Kania OUf, at Sf(V.(i Cluts MUr. Correspondents wanted In e ?ery cllj and town iu this state. Write us. All news matter lritniltd for pub lication should reach our office not la ler than Tu sday, of each week and mutt be -.(plied by the writer not for publication, but a guarantee of authenticity. FFICIi-No. 117 Weet Sixth St., Kaneaa City, Mo. AUvrrtioliitf RHtea, tor oa Ifh. one lanertl'in for on inch, rirh atrqiiat lntrrtlon fur ti torhi., three momb I.uo F irtwu lacii., .1 month low For two Inoh... olim month 10 IV Tor two i Inch toelvo month ,.. It 00 OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE REST. Jfi The paid circulation of The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspape...

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. — 14 October 1904

THE RISING SON. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo ' O. H. JONES,' 612 Jersey avenue. Remember please ,, ., It't tne little blu we collrcl here and there That enables ua to run from year to year." LOCALS. CA8H IS THE WAY. Reading notices and announcements will always be rated as advertise ments, and when such Is sent in to our office cash must accompany it. Only one day left to register, Tues day ,the 18th. Go and register so you can vote for Roosevelt and Fairbanlis. One elegantly furnished front room up stairs, to rent for $2.50 a week. No objection to, a room mate. Apply after 5 o'clock. 2421 Flora avenue. WANTED. Colored lady to use leisure time soliciting. Experience un necessary. Very profitable. Call 206 Wales Bldg, corner of Sixth and Dela ware. AGENTS WANTED. $50 per week and expenses easily made selling com bination policies for a big sick and ac cident company. Write to-day. Ad dress U. S. Protective Society, Salis bury, Mo. , ThoBe who have donations for the Home will sa...

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. — 14 October 1904

Electricity. Hnri wnn ltiMis tlisn AU.MIn's Slavs W ho . in hul ths rii)s:erift of tfce earth, An.l a!l lt direct tre.isuree fv To gratify his boyish mirth A subtle as the rainbow's pleam, Vi t mighty ms an enrth'Vir.ke's thros; StrariKS as (tie wizard's fnini.st dresm. Must generous f lien J, niuit k'kiJ fos I Man'. E'nln brlna, you t hi- f"t V Wt 75? I Anil bn.l, your a.rvl.' t.. hi. will, I t Vfc I f:arh Mglit you tlaa. ,ir tli. atrt I )N H To .Jv.rl!.. a p.i.ut lll. I JS A tail, tliln ninn, deeply bronzed, tiny rrow stV.'t showing athwart the tan at the corners of hU eyes, his fore head white when he pushed bnck Ills oft fi'lt hut, leaned over the rail of n mail "pleasure" steamer that made short trips hot wren liar Harbor anJ Jonesport twice and thrice a week. Mis hand was brown and sinewy, like himself, and the cigar ho held ho dropped overboard as the tiny craft came in sight of Sfdhrldge. "Good God" and there seemed no flavor of irreverence as the man spoke the words, and hi...

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. — 14 October 1904

A beautiful Met at Mitch Safe, In S colon, showing "The Girl Who Can Tell the Best Lye," will be tent to any address, oaipaid, tor one of our Lye labels. Basils' tCag wttlmsVe more mid brtterirap thnn anyotVr lye; wtlialin prrvent and curt Una Chnlrrn, kill Ilea and dltrnsa In the poultry yard. Nrccsinry In your home and on the farm Full diicc lloni on label, 6jld eveiywhere. E. Myers Lye Co. 4N Saulh Third Slrrol St. tenia. Mo. Wt would teach the ltd who boya. Lesson number on. Starch ia an extraction of wheat dm fen elothea laundered. dtoitif. when Host Starches In time will rot the goods they art used to stiffen. They contain chemicals. Defiance Starch1 is absolutely pure. It gives new hie to linen. It mes satiaiac- tion or money back. It sells 18 ounces for 10 centa at all grocers. It ia the Tery lest. MMWttlltTD tr Tbe DEFIANCE STARCH (0, OMAHA NEB. WESTERN CANADA'S Magnificent Crops for 1904. lU ri 'UlMitW.1 We8,ern Canada'e KUirf BVTil I Whnnt Crnr, hla UjSRrj I Year Will be ...

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. — 14 October 1904

every man who expects to vote at the next election must register! don't forget this: remember this is general registration. the days on which you must register are OCTOBER 11th, 1Dth, and 13th. CoCAR KOEHLER. RcpuuO'nn Nominee County Sur veyor. Tin- dfli'iM ion if Mr. ()-c;ir KncliU'i for fo ituy suiM yor is a K"ci I one In t v T.v iMiricular. Mr. Koihli-r Is n natiM' vf Kansas City anl is a :ralu atf 'f I t r famous Mull m-ImiI. His f at h-r is a civil I'tivtliunT r note, turn it Is the Imii! and thorough tralniiis vhivli Hsrar Kn-lili-r roctix cil under tt.e cari- of his lather tliat iiiw liim n I'ccn'.'.ar filin'ss for the offire of sur veyor. Mr. Koehler nuiits tin- I'tilted FiipiMirt ft his party an. I the voters Mi genera! anil if eloete.l will uivf an ail ministration of whirh tin- citizens or Jarkson county will feel proud. R. S. CROHN. Republican Nominee Public Adminis trator. Tho Turner Hull convention ilis pliiyi'd pood judgment in selecting Mr. Crohn for thi office of pu...

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. — 28 October 1904

4 1 . t 3 1 1 f k4 'S) "ft t i " f . 'A 1 -at i I vit r 1 .: , 1 Pay to AdvertlseTJnlthe Rising Gon VOLUME IX. THEODORE ROOSEVELT, Republican Nominee for President. THEODORE ROOSEVELT. Fearless Champion of the American People His Attitude on the Race Question. President Roosevelt Is truly a great man, a brilliant statesman, a man of pure purposes In private and public affairs. His wise and Judicious man agement of the Attaint of the national government has gained for him marked admiration of not only the American people, but the people throughout the civilized world. Mr. Roosevelt has sought with moral Intrepidity noble ends by noble means. Kings, monarch and European nobil ity marvel at his great individuality and remarkable statesmanship, in the exercise of which he has maintained the peace and prosperity of the Ameri can nation. The intense honesty of purpose, the Influence of which ts woven into true civilization, is one of tho president's potent and admirable characteristics. P...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 28 October 1904

mmm The Joy of Work. flir w..rk :lh.l lw p!.nl. I nil. I I iisk no nn'if: With will to turn -.lu-r tin- -.iinboam" burn VI tin- till of my wrklup door. .forc(jini ? pruvcd rnv pr.ivcr Kit th.- Kh; iin.l k.'iIii uf .:rth. Cut i-m r..n !. iiml with opened I hat e .. n what I? prayer wi worth. Site itif my w.trk to ilo. And I'.iiir of th.- tusk well ilon: Youth or tll Hl'li'ilt illl.l II IiIomhoiiiIiiK. Ami (lie 1 1 k 1 1 1 Af tin- inoon mill nun rir.tmim or littv tliltiiid That in . r p. ill or ml. And l.it In mt 1 1 1 . 1 no Icsxrr Rolil 'I'll, HI til.' lioln-f L ll.iml l 11 tllt nil. I. it ini r.,rt-.t In tlmr !' ili of iln'. iiiim tli.it I luol: i!;. in.- inv )iin .ii a world most fair l.'-t Ml.' w'or k all. I l.r lit. id Tl.t-oilonia ii..rri..ii ti tin Independent. The Beatific Viion. vi . -n.ill . i tlw kinif In his T!.i r...iiit - !.-a;a(l x.xi;l. 17. Nothing is so attractive n beauty. No one fan he lnenible to Its maul lolil attractions. Aesthetic anil reliK ion are intimately ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 28 October 1904

c Draped Shlrrsd Valst. Pull waists that arc shirred and draped to form loft and graceful folds re among the latest features of fash lor. and are exceedingly attractive In the many pliable materials of tiie sea son. This one Is peculiarly smart and Includes a point at the front and the new sleeves, shirred to form two lengthwise puffs above the elbows. The material chosen for the model Is willow green messallne satin wlO cream colored lace for chemisette and uffs, banding and bows of darker velvet, but there are many wool as well as silk materials that can be treated In the same manner with oual success. . and, when liked, the ' deep cuffs can be omitted and tie leeves made In three quarter length. The waist is made with the fitted lining, on which the full fronts and back are arranged, and 1b finished at the neck with a roll-over collar under which the chemisette is attached. The sleeves are made over fitted iinlngs, which are faced to form cuffs, and are full above the elbows, fin...

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. — 28 October 1904

THE RISING SON. LIWI6 WOODS, Bumdom Hasaf. Published Eerjr Yi'vek R1SINO SON PUBLISHINGCO rht'llsCUH'IIoN IUTKS: Oa. Tr 1.1 tnoath. TirM omntni Oa. auQlO IN u ulctlj Pld In adn-a tri a( IV I'nut Ofiet at Kan OUj, a Stn.d ( 'ww MutUr. 0r respondent wantud In every city and Uiwn id tills matf. Write ua. All new matter Intended for pub Uoatlun Rhnulil reiioh our odlce not la ter than luifil.iv, of eacti week and nutt be slirued by the writer not for publication, but a guarantee of auth ntiettv. FFICIi-No. 117 Weet Sixth Kanaaa City, Mo. at.. Advertialnw Rntoe. rot oa. l"h, on loiartlno . . H or on Inrb, ich .uhMgu.ot Insertion .Stf fur two taraea, three nnu ih lot f jrlwo laclip. Hi tnontb 100 For two lni'h.4, nine moathii 10 00 J or i two Inch, tweiv tuuoth . 1100 OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE REST. Ifi The paid circulation of The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. What a man sows th...

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