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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 3 November 1905

I K US LMA n r li AVcScfalde Preparation for As slmilat ing llic Food aruiRctf ula -ting the Stomachs and Dowels of Promotes Digcslion.Chccrfur ncs3 and Rest Contains neillier Omum.Morpliine norllincral. TSOT NARCOTIC. Jv aflM n-SAKUELmOElt PftyJa Semi' Aperfecl Remedy forConstipa non, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions .Fcverish ncss and Loss of Sleep. Facsimile Signature of NEW YD UK. U .ma EXACT COPY Of WRAPPER. ISS flQTr.IMOE 1 1 ifn rmruirr it 9 guaranteed to cure NIKIM.IILn&i- V-mvIi nin nan oftin utininuc inn vritnti en GRIP. BAD ' 0-l I -nntt mil W NO MUM f CRH;ytE (D1I NO MONEY TILL H. M mm mm mm 'DBS. TrKJMHTOtl MIWOR-ic.i W. L. Douglas W. L. Douglas f 4.00 Cllt Edge Lino cannot be equalled at any orlce. W.L.nOUnLAS MAKES f HO SELLS MORE Mflm'll SH.RO SHOES THAU AMY OTHER MAMUfACTUfiLR. CIO (inn F.EARD to inytn who Ctn $IUUUU dtsprov. thi. ttat.m.nt. W. I.. Dnugla $.1.50 shoes have fv their ex. cellenl style, easy filling, and superior wearing qualities, achiev...

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. — 3 November 1905

Foe and Their Burrows. IW th mattmont that fii.' hav ho) there Is not only tlit- authority of natural history but 'f tif-l. The typical hnbit.i'ion of the tox a hole In the croiiml. ' Kmniinc to earth" ml ".lliislri: o'lt" ;i t will Known in elilont of tin- Kiml'.-li MT. The foi la a wUi1 1-:mi in :i 1 t h inn. wixe noimh t. nut I.iirn.w of nny ani mal, but in ii' t:t i i of Kiu ti al.oilcs he In quit.' c:iM 'f f"r ,llnv s.f, mi l tl.itt ; M t tn.ir'fia'.ilo p'Od. Good Proof of Guilt. Wh-n William M K.tt's was rouns if.in h -! t' " ' I I'" ,"'lrt man i.iiin-1 IM an!.-. l" a rhnretM nh f 'i ry Tit.- trial a an Int. ! stint; ..i..-. at..l Mr. i:..irt by br.lliant work 'f'i i '.enfa ai'iiii'ial. 1 1 - 1 1 i .s'i'ot.i: liolii f tl.at ttio man was i n i . . - tit unrl tin' trial as all over. Tin n In' ' baiic.'.l Ills opinion. IMw.iMs pabl Mr. Kvarta bis fii.' with a for 4' '. In ! English Tavern Signs. A tftvi ni mui n in vario'i i:ins of Ktts.aml Is "Tlw I'"' 11. a l in a Pot." iii'i-o...

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. — 10 November 1905

t It Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME X. HON. GARDNER LATHROP, Who acted at Toastmaster at the Banquet. Hon. Gardner I.athrop, the brilliant -.attorney who acted aa toastmaster at the Warner banquet, In his opening wremarKs stated tnat he was like the .llssourl Congressman on such an oc- casion, he was too full "too utter." 5? However, the noted Kansas Cltyan was at his best and brought forth much applause. Mr. Lathrop Is now general solicitor for the great Santa Fe system. SENATOR WARNER, Honored by the Republicans of the State of Missouri. One of the most elaborate banquets ever witnessed In this city was ten dered Senator Warner last Wednes night at the Midland Hotel by the Republican party leaders of this state. The occasion was one of special honor for the grand old leader who for more than a quarter of a century has figured as a leader in the Repub lican party. The attendance was very large and comprised many of the most noted leaders from the different sections of t...

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. — 10 November 1905

Monograms on Handbags. It Is tlu smart thing Id have your tirnour.ini on your ha nl bac. Not In plain brass or silver or ven in gold, hut in ir clous Hones. This is truly in age if i-xtravuganco in Jewelry sr.il iiwi's mihI we I'unnot nfforr to rrak d.sii "pci'tfully of the ladies Of am l ii (Irene and llmiu', who decked thorns' !i s with dam-ilm,' chains ntul thought In-airy was eotiti!-i-il I y ti e ai n ly of j w.'ls they won1. The fiti nsi i! in tli' monogram n ay le ithi r tin1 idrtlistnne or the I'll s'oin1. and ilif letters are en t .v i 11. .1 mi .is 'o make them as uniii tt !hgii !e as I" s iliV'. Pelisse for the Autumn. For nu'nmu trailing tin" old fash ion' i! .t lissi' made of rough poiu:rco l a lawrite. Now- an. I tin n II lias a lined, whiih may .o brought Into use on on asion. The skirt of the coal is f:aiiL'ci! on to th" waist ami is volumi nous i iioiiuh to rriisli any sort of a gown with whirh it may ho worn. liig slooved wraps that arc separated from tho capo by a...

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. — 10 November 1905

WHS REUGI0U5NEV15 AND THOUGHTS DESIGNED FOR Lift Up Your Hearts. "Lift up your hearta." "We lift them up." Ah me! I cannot. t.ord. lift up my heart to The-, Stuop, lift It up, that where Thuu art, I too, may be. "Oivt Me thy heart." I would not car Thee nay. But have no power to keep or ive away My heart. Btonp, Lord, and take It to Thyself to-day. 8toop, .ord, aa once before, now once anew: Stoop, Lord, and hearken. Lord, and do. And take my will, and take my heart, and take me, too. Christina RoeaettU Th Manner of God Lev. We know that when He nhall appear, we ahnll ha like Him for we snail aee Him aa He la. I. John. t. 2. Very tenderly John speak to his friend about the Advocate we have with the Father. Five time In that beautiful aecond chapter of his first epistle he call them "little children." Once he speaks of them as brethren, and once he makes the distinction of father and sons, but Immediately goes back and directs hts words to the little children he evidently has so In m...

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. — 10 November 1905

THE RISING SON. UTS WOODS B miii mi Maaapt. Published Etrry Week HISINOSON PUBLISHINGCO 'SCBSCKIITIDN RATES: M fm T-t It! mmm iua ... rhrw Buntn m a, Buata IS laicil pnld In advance InUrtd at IV 'out Office J fansej Oitf, at coid t'fcuw JfeMer. OorrwpotideoU wanted la every city tad town id tliU state. Write All news mutter Intended for pab Uaetloo should reach our office nut la ter than Tutfxiay, of each week and Butt be ilfmed by the writer nut for publication, but as guarantee of auth OtiCttf. -No. I 17 Weet Slitr. Kaneae City, Mo. October CO. 1903. Mr. Ixwls Woods, Publishing Co., Kansas City, Mo. l)ar Sir: I regret that you wero I not nlilo to nttend the recent scaslon of tho Nntlonal Negro Business i League, liol.l In New York, August 1C, 17. IS. It wan in many way the most HucrRsful session wo have held. I inn very nnxloim that you continue . your Interest In the organization, and ! nin. fur that renxon, writing to suggest ! that you send nt once chock for $2.00 ! covering ni...

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. — 10 November 1905

THE RISING 80IT. Kugene Vaugun, Airt. Kansas 1'lty, Kas. 3M Split IiO. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. Remember please It's tbe little bit we collect here and I here hat enable us to run from year to year." L O CAL S . Mrs. R. Cotes Is on the sick list. Prof. R. F. Coles spent last Tuesday In St. Joseph. ' Rev. Father Harper Is able to ba out again. Wm. H. -Moore who met with an accident some time ago Is able to be out. Mrs. W. H. Hubbell has opened a millinery and notion store near the corner of 19th and Vine streets. Good meals and good service, and old-fashion cooking may be found at the "Little Baltimore, 125 West 7th street. The entertainment given by the Ladies' Art Class at Arlington Hall for the benefit of the Old Folks' Home was a financial success. FOR COLORED PEOPLE. 1409 Highland avenue, four room flat; $10 per month; city water. Apply Corbetts, 1025 Main St. Miss Roberta Woolf, one of the recently appointed teachers, died last Friday in Kansas City, Kan., after a sh...

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. — 10 November 1905

-I, v I (3. t - THE LOVER'S ROSARY Purtlng of the Ways A Memory of Boyhood. Cray rca n r. i 1 tec.ler. , . ,11 . . i . i( ! .10 .Hit l,l:e. On l.1 'Iiih le n-c: we t i iler Ar-I 1 a our tithe to lull On Alu-n tt we w. ruler. filing t'V de-lle IO Our h. .ilth and wealth we aqtiandar A:i I naitly d.'e.itn of home' Ornv eye whmp depth are deepar in any hut I !it ir siiImic Thm ills the tMnty reaper. Where mm and Ivy flit B. Ilea' ee with rapture al.amlna'. Mushed with nh. Mill' dl.daln. f'livii.d with wi'it gitllsh 'Itf iinlnc, An itaralilne tlrrtirhf il In rain. It.-w fast the time went flying-. Mow swiftly e,l the h"ins Himit nhr'ft fur lnut sit-hing Krief na.-e to garner flower. 11' tlrst mad 1iiiIi paion III. tHtll"d I's fi.T .-light. We oed In f ! ; n T I f IMI, A ii.I part In foolish 1 1 . 11 . Ymir am g wss low and sweeter Thin llr.ls that sigh for tain. Or musl' mournful meter. i r Hw tut urn.- simipiui'ii strain. Yoij tliiwt P'f on t t.inMer 1 ike sunshln. ini-l t'n- i:l""m, V...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 10 November 1905

A TRULYJDEAL WIFE HER HUSBAND'S BEST HELPER Vigorous Health la tba Great Source) of thm Powtr to Inaptra and Encourage) -AM Woman Should aaak la. One of the mont noted, auccemful and richest men of tliis century. In a recent article, ha Raid, " Whatever I am and whatever success I have attained in this world I owe all to my wife. From the day I Unit knew her aha has been an inspiration, and the greatest help mat of my life." To be such a successful wife, to re tain the love and admiration of her husband, to Inspire him to make the most of himself, ahould be a woman' constant study. If a woman finds that her energiea are flawing, that she gets easily tired, dark shadows appear under her eves, ahe haa backache, headaches, bearinir- down pains, nervousness, whites, irreg ularities or the blues, she should start at once to build up her system by a tonie with specific powers, such as Lydia E. Plnkhatn'a Vegetable Com pound. Following we publish by request a letter from a young wife: Dear...

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. — 10 November 1905

Fast and Their Burro. For tin sutrmoiit that font's hevs hole there In nut n : y ili- authority wt natural hl(r tut .f (;nxrl. Te tvptrsl lintilt.it urn of tin1 fox i" a la the Krmitnl. ' IlimtiitiR 'o earth" and "dUgine mf" nre will Known In cidents of tin" Knulili sxif. The fo hi a wise tn's: hi all tliincs. wine vouch t.) rent tin- Imtroa of any snl 1: tint in ill-fault of mu'Ii uImmIo he ts (juitc iiipiiliii- of iliumtm for him self, iiml that w'ti ti nuirlaliV' spri'd. Good Proof of Guilt. Wt.-n William M. Kvart was a JOIHV4 H..UI li.' 'I t . Ti 1 . I In court a wan tuuniM IMwiit'is. lm ns harj:ril w.tli f nx. t Tin- trial was an Ir.t. r.'!-;i.t: ot.v aii.l Mr. I'.varts ly brilliant woil, '.!! liN . lionl' aniulMal. Ilo ha. I a .-'ion l.olirf that :lie man was inn. m out until tin- trial aa all of. Tli-n In' iliatiui'l liis ipininn. IMar. p.ihl Mr. Kar: s.i ( v a f"i ! ' In K- English Tavern Sign. A tavern sUn " in arnMi flirts rf Kr.Klam! "Tho 1' H.a.l ' a Pot,"' nrronipanviii...

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. — 17 November 1905

n py to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME X. FARMERS' CONVENTION AT LIN COLN INSTITUTE. Objects and Aim. PRESIDENT ALLEN'S ADDRESS. The Fourth Annual Farmers' Con vention of Lincoln Institute was called to order at 9 a. m., Novermber 10, by Dr. B. F. Allen, president. "America" with piano and orchestral accompaniment was sung . with en thusiasm by the large audience of students and visiting friends from the lty. i The newly organized but already moug Lincoln Institute band played ieveral stirring and patriotic airs, b "Stars and Stripes," "Uncle Sam." tc. ma milium miuress was men giv en by Dr. Allen. As a preliminary Remark he stated that one of the main jcbjects of the Convention was to hnw thA cttnrionta QacAmhlo1 iY,t rut. ue of farm life! the dignity of labor; and to correct prevalent erroneous Impression relative to working in the soil. During the address the president referred to the wonderful resources of Missouri; the value of Its land per acre; and urged the- students to ...

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. — 17 November 1905

PEAK WKKCKKI) AUTO 30T GLORIOUSLY EVEN FOR DEATH CF HER CUB. Peletiah Jonci, Boit Hunter, Witness ed Occurrence Which Seems to Prove the Tribe of Bruin Possesses at Least Rudiment of Good Sense. fp In rassndunikcag. Mo., where once owned the lutiil mid nil ii! on it. a :ii where to this clay their tti.' r.i m for mutton and honey is t-j-.lly rtii'iUiil. tin-re sat upon the t'U.ili in front of the postotfice a lunch of villuct-r. They were Just rrom the grocery the wise man, the I istori.in and the boss hunter of the tillage. They had set tied Home points r tar.iitiir the management of the Wt st Hiar.eh drive when the talk i'.r;f-ed to the question of courace In u;an and 1m as! anil they had to fit down on the postofflcc tench to have It out. Tilde I nny. the wise man. said that hi.ist of the forest had no real rmir.ig that they f-mght ngainst dea lt r.Ve odds merely through Ignorance. I'eletlah Joi.i s. the boss hunter, dec-land !ha while no bigger fool than the hull moose ever stal...

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. — 17 November 1905

w ITCHING SCALP HUMOR. ' Winter Window Abloom. Among the moat easily grown and atlsfactcry house plants for winter are winter-blooming bulbs. They are especially suitable for city flats, where window garden thrives with most difficulty. Hyacinths are the best, be cause they demand only a very sim ple culture. A four-Inch pot serves for one large bulb, a five-Inch pot for two and a six-Inch pot for three. Ro man hyacinths are extremely popu lar, low in price and easily brought to flower on Christmas, If potted in October. A succession, planted from that time on, produces a succession of flowers throughout the winter. Three or four bulbs may be planted In a six-Inch pot, or a doien or more In a bulb pan or basket. Any good garden soli, mixed with one-fourth of coarse sand, will grow any sort of hyacinths. Use no manure, as it rots the bulb. Put an Inch of broken char coal, pottery or pebbles In the bottom of the pot for drainage. Fashionable Pillow. The fashionable pillow this year is...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 17 November 1905

T1IV HWTYfl 50 U'"i'i lnsimiiiMo from the Cznr nnd 1 11 " rhlhlren. to whom they nre deeply UWfflYOODS Business Maaafor. j n ' t :i c lio;l. They nre attired In the cost- ! lU-st unnm ntM, with pold ornaments. Published K?rrr W.-ek I RISING SON PUBLISHING CO President Ucx.W T. WnHhlncton rStTIWCUUTIOs'RATES: J,"" J1 V1 th 'hnt j tlu- Russian nml Danish translations f r"f of liis initoldocrnphy. "Vp From Slav- in moiuu "I 1 riw uuntu j f ry." hnvo heon published. T.h hook tsTeuVViidVdVan;;' "j'" n '""''" volume In all parts tutor! at t'.: 1'nri Office at KaiKwVitJ, j "f "10 rU. M i'eOPil L'Uim Matter. , i I Old Hilts mailt? to look like now nt Correspondents wanted In e ?arj city low prices nt Cntitrrll Di v Goods nnd "tu ! ' " "-eland Ucetlon ihou!il reach our oftiee not la- i nnm lor th:to Ttusday, of each week and j ,,. . '.,- nukt be signed by the. writer notfor i CLIPPINGS OF RACE NOTES, publication, but a guarantee of auth- The Xero hank nt Muscogee, I. T., f"1'1 y- has a cnplm...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 17 November 1905

THE RISING SON. Eugene Vanfrnn, Agt. Kansas City, Kaft. ItSH Split Lor. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo. Remember pleane It's tne little blu we collect here nnd there hat enables us to run from year Ui year.' LOCALS. MIbb Lillian Tooley of Chicago la In the city visiting her brother. Mlaa Tooley will probably fill one or two engagements before she returns home. Wm. H. Moore who met with an accident some time ago is able to be out. Mrs. W. H. Hubbell has opened a millinery and notion store near the corner of 19th and Vine streets. Good meals and good service, and old-fashion cooking may be found at the "Little Baltimore, 125 West 7th street. FOR COLORED PEOPLE. 1409 Highland avenue, four room flat; $10 per, month; city water. Apply Corbetts, 1025 Main St. When you want the best news con cerning the Negro, place your name on the subscription list of the "Son" and thus have it delivered to your door. All subscribers of the Son will please be ready to meet the demands of our collecto...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 17 November 1905

The VejjimtAl !.!. .1.1 W nil tin m fi" ti mi'.l I'.c K... . .-i ttif s't t; ".r. nil t ht ! i i:i!v hUI. hi Iri tlu- u.lcllr ill Tli. An TfiiMiKh II..v.t M.mni ii ToriK the way Thi :r i;::'.i' 111' Mi'li'l hi ni. . nt.f i til with nil.l !' Tin t ink. f"i I.1.M.HK r.'ili; TI..- il.iliuy rose If -.jum ami scorns A-,.t i iilv Mil. I tli.' Lii .T tln.tii". II.' tnr ln'iti II. i' MtiKlvK utiiKli, i:ut li'triij f.r tlti- i-itl; rilttSV IW'IIH n l'll f ttllst P-fr.e H kIi.i.tiiv j . Tl i nav I f i!.. m I full of Klimni, ll. J nia.it) I. ...king . tin' I. mill. It. tlv jtlnnmv pi'iwlmlxt, llo i Kllli'lli "t Will i) t' 1 mill. At ! If !' ulvo tl'i !".. .i.! II tUt ll.' Milil.li t Wllitl III' a Kl.l.l. CO QDs (CniiyrlKht. 190j. by The only animate object in sight on tln vast wilderness of Ilatness to the east was a prairie schooner drawn by a pair of lean, straggling horses which was making its way towards the haven ahead. The weary horses, under the double Inspiration of the whip In the han...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 17 November 1905

STIFP AND SORE from head to toot? Can't work today, but tomorrow you can, M th Old-Monk-Curt St Jacobs Oil III soften and tiaal tba ' muaolea while you sleep. It Conquers Pain Prica. S5 ssaea JOe. ILffnfllTllll Wave Circle. Thousands of women are in 1 DlfVukl bringing greater health and better food SMU nn fh.,r home. Ly urins K C Bikini Powder. Use the safe, 25 ounces for JAQUES MFG. CO. Chicago TIM ertletle " Book ItM upon W. L. Douglas 3?&'3a8HOE8Bi W. L. Douglas $4.00 Cllt Edgo Lin cannot do equalled at any price. t W.L.aOunLAS MAKES AMD SELLS MORE meH'S AH. BO SHOES THAU AMY OTHER MAMUFAOTURER. 1 fl finn REWARD to snyon, who CM t I UUUU diaprava tMi ststsraenL W. L. Dougla $3.80 thoca have by thalr ex cellent stylo, easy fitting, and superior weartnf qualities, achieved tbc largest sals ot any $3.50 anoa In the world. They are Juit as good as tbsM that coot yon fg.OO to $7.00 the only dillersnco Is the price If I could talcs you Into any factory at Brockton, Mm., the largest...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 17 November 1905

Foxes and Their Burrows. For tho itatommt that foxes havs Sole there In not only tho authority of natural history but tf (tosru'l. The tyrlcal habitat loii of th fox Is a hole te tho ground. "HunnlnK to earth" and dlcislns out" nro well Known In cidents of tho Kncllsh njmrt. Tho fox U a wise boast In all tliinRa, wise enough tc rt'iit tho burrow of any ani mal; but In default of such abodes he I (julto carablo of digsiiiK for hlnv self, and that with remarkable speed. Good Proof of Guilt. When William M. Kvarts was a younic man he d fended in court a man named Kdwards. who was fkarpod with f .itery. The trial was sn Uitere.-tinj: one, and Mr. Kvarts by triKlant work st urt 1 bis client's arijuittal. He had a strons belief that the man was tntuxeiit until the trial was all over. Tli n be chanced his opinion. Kdwar.ls raid Mr. Kvarts lis fx w ith a forced check. 4 WONDERFUL DISCOVERY Curly Hair Made Straight By X ImJ3 w English Tavern Signs. A tavern sl;n seui in various parts rf Engl...

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 November 1905

i ' ' " ' It Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME X. MR. T. B. CARTER. The subject of this sketch Is Thompson Browning Carter, born in Boone county, Mo., March, 1856, A. D. Like many thousands of his race was born under the "Iron Hand." When his master at the close of the war told him he was free he took to him self wings and flew away to the city of Columbia and there became a bank employee. He held this posi tion for four years. A better place with wider possibilities was his watchword, therefore, he became an employe at the State university. Filled that place with credit until the First National bank at Galnsville, Texas, demanded his services at a higher salary, but like all true and tried Missourlans he was compelled to return to her soli. He was appointed custodian of the University College of Medicine of Missouri at Kansas City which post tlon he filled with credit for thirteen years. A change in the institution naturally changed his fortune so he cast his lot with the ...

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. — 30 November 1905

BABY CAMI NIAft OYINQ. Millinery in New York. The popularity to be expected lor hats of the felt, for dressy wear, from what was discovered In Investiga tions of the new millinery of a month ago, Is being verified In their accept ance among our most sagacious mil liners, and In their willing adoption by well-advised, fashionable ladles. They will lie extensively worn, espe cially those of the softer iua'.ls of the plain material. Miiolr velvet t-eenis still to lie the choice in the millinery textile materials for the objective cre ation of the richest of the autumn and winter hats; while gold and silver tls cues have been employed latterly as combining fabrics, anil some of the most elegant and attractive of the recently produced models are con structed objectively of feather-faced loth small quill feathers also being laid over naked frames as covering. Velvet ribbons, and hemmed piece velvet rut bla.-, vary the limp taffeta nnd soft satin ribbons In tho latest trimming and finish o...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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