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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 8 March 1906

Ags Accounted For. A clerk to a home-agent In Londo'j at tent to make an Inventory of thi Ifurnlture In a certain house. He was po long about his tusk that, at lust. It he mistress of the house went to ths jparlor to see what was taking place, phe found the man slumbering sweet ly on the sofa, with an empty bottle (beside him. It was evident, however, that he had made a pathetic, though 'solitary, attempt to do his work, for fn the Inventory-bood was written "One revolving carpet." Bleb, Juicy Radishes Free. Everybody loves juicy, tender radiant, Balxer k nows this, hence he offers to send you absolutely free sufficient radiah seed to keep you in tender radishes all sum Bner long and his great SALf SB'S BaIOAJX SBBD BOOM. with Its wonderful surprises and great bargains in seeds at bargain prices. The enormous crops on our seed fsrtne the paat aoaaon compel Ua to iasue this special catalogue. SEKD THIS HOTICa TO-DAY. end receive the rsdiahes and the wonder ful Bargain Book free. Remi...

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. — 8 March 1906

He Promised to "Obey." A itrosjuTtlvo ltosion lrl.li-i;room, who meant to l( muster In litM own liniisc, rallcil mi Iho well-Known rlrr.a.vmmi. Ki'V ('. W. WYinltp, who wan to tic the Knot the following day. 'I have lu-nril," ln until, "tint you onil' tlic xvoi, 'n.r' from tlip mar rlai;i' son ire. Will you kindly Iiih.ti ll to morrow.'" Mr. Woiiiltn oMte iuuly proniUcil to ti Fii. "Wilt thou. I m y. t.roini:-!' to lovo, liolior, mid !- '.'" was t""m I't 1 ntiswiivil liy th.. Iit,." v 1 1 !n 01 1 ili'invr. Tin- Minr rii'S'ii n was 'iit to tln -room, who f i -i'.in .I, s'anitii veil, nn.l uulpi'it. I ii' .'insw . r.M. a- hail lis liililo, "I will," prolal'ly not wih-hini; to rrente a vi i ii,.. I.:iii r n' ri'proachi'it tin1 :: :nislir. "I'nt you iisl.nl 11H' to lis wnr,l iiliy.'" saiil Mr, WVmlto, .1 twinkle III liix ryes: "how n 1 to Know that Jnii wanted It for 'Ii' lady only? You shouM havp. l.een r."iv lAplirlt Argonaut. Cause and Effect. "I supposo hi1 (laspi'd you in I. Is arm...

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. — 22 March 1906

li Pays to Advertise In the Rising Gon VOLUME X. HENRY M Nominated for Mayor by the RISING SON COMMENDS REPUBLI CAN CITY TICKET TO THE SUPPORT OF THE NEGRO VOTERS OF KANSAS CITY. The Ticket a Credit To The Commu nity. Let U Help Elect It. The Republican city ticket which la now before the people in quest of their suffrage on April 3, is nn ideal one in every way. It is made up of men of character, Integrity and abili ty and they are worthy of the support of the colored voters of this communi ty. That which is good for the white citizens Is likewise good for the negro citizen. The election of this ticket, headed by an honest, honorable and able man, means a good, clean and competent administration of the af fairs of Kansas City. Every candi date from Hon. H. M. Oeardsley down, merits our united support. It has been the policy of the Son at all times to advise our people to support whatever measure, political or other wise, that Is and has been advanta geous to the entire community. I...

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. — 22 March 1906

HOSPITALS CROWDED HMDXITT OF HVBttl VOMEK In Franz Josef's Troubled Land us Vrm, Plnkham'e Advice Saves Many From this Bad and Costly Experience. It la a sad but 1 -l. rurfcwltw III I I l If" 0Kj Scnn of the Common People. h( ,-Minit,n r"t'if tin- Intt'-l nl' W "'ll Mtiil St.Mie. tie ilurlli'ii lii i . in tin . 11 plii' miKlil.v "f l.tjiwn imil l.nni-. HiiuiDt: I (if i.iimii.iii I. mil' n tli.it only tin- Hliirktrx iliiin. Aid ih'inu iln' i iiiiioii ilnty ll.it ntlfi" li.t I' I'll lilnii.tH I'ul. l.v tin- f. . .li l.an. r.il l.lc ci rmlft.i h . .im in tin Kind tint f Is tlitin. imi I- tt.f r I .' t ( i - h;ii". !..! lull i. !)'.- .HIMIIIi.il ilf."lllK. M'l to ttif tiillfis nil l'u win fi.pi it' l..ly .illiy unto Hi- PUmillKS t.ill. P. 'Million nnil nt.lv cmmon - 'l'lii l.v tl-f iitlil ..f I. nth -Vi tin- wrl. I l'i it- i".l if. tin on to ttv aif tlif kinm .f tlii' fin Mi. Wf nrr the rcniMi.'n ii..1i'. n ml outs t!.f ' "ll'lll"'! '.'IN Tliat .1 I cl.nv.l lil for Using, when I'l II il...

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. — 22 March 1906

Evening Wrap a La Kimono. Kimono styles have Invaded tbe realm of evening wraps In tbe shape of an Interesting coat made of satin, the fronts rolling back and the cuffs turned back In typical kimono fash ton. Both fronts and cuffs are trimmed with embroidery of the Jap anese type, done In tbe color of the wrap. another wrap, cut In some way Wilcb makes It drape from the shoul ders, has a pointed fold falling from the middle of the back down almost to the waist, like a mock hood. If a bordered material Is used, the point Is edged both sides with the border, which runs down both fronts as well. Or. sometimes, bands of Oriental em broidery make the trimming, the point further emphasized by a tassel of Ilk, which dangles from the very tip. A Smart Cloth Gown. The old-fashioned idea that the best (own was the silk gown has long since been forgotten, and now we see towns of much more style and cost liness developed in cloth. The shops are full of exquisite textures and the woman of fashio...

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. — 22 March 1906

THE RISING SON. UnV& WOODS 3uiDMi Manap. Published Ktcry Week RISING SON PUBLISHINCCO THUBaCHIlTlON KATES: Job n N. Swcnsnn. bom May 31, 1879, 1 graduated at Hcthiiny College, l.lnds buru. Kansas 1 :!, receiving degree nf It. A. (iriuliiiili'il from the law e- WESTERN UNIVERSITY THE GREAT EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION FOR KANSAS AND THE WE8T mm i .1 mos iij . is fir mouths ef On muaia U BTletlf paid In ad.anoa f mlrd at the Vnt Offirt i Kanitu OUj, at 5teei.d C'Ium Ma.Ur. Correspondent wanted In very city la town id ttil stale. Write us. All news ni :mcr Intended for pub lication should reiioh our oflli'e not la tor tbiin Tutwiuy, nf each wevk and aautt be olfrued by the writer not for publication, but as guarantee of auth-oticttv. FFIOIi -No. 117 West 8lxt. Kansas City, Me. AUvcrtiatiiii Rntas, for oas lain, on loaartlon I H at one Inch, m. h sul.squot Insertion .U for two laches, thrt-f monlti I.Ut F rtwo taclip. an muntli 100 fur to Ini'hK, nlns month 10 MO M l licbM twelve uioolhs...

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. — 22 March 1906

THE RISING SON. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo Remember pletwe It's tbe Mule blu we collect here And there t'lHt enables lit to run from year ti year." LOCALS. There ia a remedy for Ignorance, but none for knowing too much. The Knights of Pythias (colored) have changed their hall to 1734 Grand Ave. Get the habit of going to McCamp bell & Houston's Drug Store, 2300 Vine St. There are two classes or women those who like nice clothes and those who are dead. ..I Silas Harris has been selected chairman of the Advisory Board. No better man could have been chosen than J. Silas Harris. The Son received a letter of advice Inst week which It readily accepted. Hut please be brave enough to sign your name to any thing yqu send In. FOR RENT: Hall In good shape with gas and water, at 029 Missouri Ave. Anyone In need of such will please Inquire In the saloon under the hall. To the readers of the Son In Kansas City, Kas: Our collector will soon be around to see you. We hope you will be In a...

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 March 1906

' Together V m.iliVn f.ifr. t li wot Id i;r"K oil k. M .ii.l.n f.iir. Hi" wind I low mil!: ft ni;n.i. n. ulxr ire iMir hind- to hold. I.il m- 4-1 in t nl Die utMthn' Tin- liii- I Mut'ii irn I ' mi mil nnd bare, I 1 1 f warinlli Is In Viuit nil koIiI bull, "d in niir i ii'i'' niln liii ( Here! I.i l lie iiml l.uih tnKi'llii rl t live ntnl l.imili Inui'tliiT tnnlil; Anil :ilk life' u.i all un:ifl:iid: Tt"uc.li nM tlif itul ly wiiiul and glad No wlntrv i iTi-niiistani-i' ''.hi Iii ii-k a riilll In-1 w I x t lift two: l ow" m.iki t all "luin si'i'in fair and blue, And bin-mum iiml li'Ki'iiiiiii'il Willi di-w llcuc.itli hue's neci niniincles; O. maid. U:e !: ill If Is bigh. von wis; i, maid. I ln.ir Hie north wind hN; (J. tnafil. ifii tin- oiir lip to ktn! I ! Print, tin ti i tin- wratlu r With lof! IN- P-iiven t tin t K'it nlong Shall wi wrf hl'iN on winK of song; In rtnthin llff shall glide along WliiM w main of together. J. M. I .owln. In Houston rust. (vpyilgnt, lflOS. hy The sloping...

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. — 22 March 1906

IIP WIND AND SEA By BAYARD TAYLOR The Sea Is ft Jovlnl comrade, lie laughs wherever he goes; His merriment shines in the dimpling lines That wrinkle his hale repose; He lays himself down at the feet of the Sun, And shakes all over with glee, And the broad backed billows fall faint on the shore, In the mirth of the mighty Beat But the Wind Is 'sad and restless, And cursed with an Inward pain; Tou may hark as you will, by valley or hill, But you hear him still complain. He walls, on the barren mountains, And shrieks on the wintry sea; He sobs in the cedar, and moans In the pine, ' And shudders all over the aspen tree. Welcome are both their voices. And I know not which Is best. The laughter that slips from the Ocean's lips, Or the comfortless Wind's unrest. There's a pang in all rejoicing, A joy in the heart of puin. And the Wind that saddens, the Sea that gladdens. Are singing the selfsame strain! HAS BECOME TIRED OF GHOSTS. Dweller in Malay Peninsula Arises with Protest. Writes a re...

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. — 22 March 1906

He Promised to "Obey." A prospective ltoston liri.lonroom, who nu'iint to lu imixtfr In Ms own lionco, railed on tlio well known ('levt: ni;m. Ki v C. W. Wemlte, who whs to tie tlie Knot tlie fitllowlnif iliiy. 'I liiie lieanl." lie said, "tl.it von ninit the win,) "olie)' from tlie mar ti.ui' si'i-vice. W ill volt Kiliitly insert li tn tuori iw "" Mr. Weti'lte olilln itiiiTy J.pmiii-eil to do so. "Wilt I lion . I ';. ii'otnlse to loe. liotior. and i ll. "" was I'liitupHy iinsweriil ly li lde without di tnnr Tlie sane '!Hii;n,i was nit to tlie crooin. who l.-i'a'.'d, s'.iii.tii' li d. and u'tipeil 1 :C ansu . r. d. as had I i 1 riile. "I will," plelal.lv net v i -1 1 i 1 1 to crea'e ,l m en.'. I.ati r lie ri'pfoaeheil the 111 i It i-: i r. "It'll '"1 llsl.i-d tlie to It?-' tl.e word 'ol'i'V.' s:ll.1 Mr. Welldte. vvNi ,i tinl!e III his c.vrs: "hiev a I lo I, now that yon wanted It .for he t.nlv only.' Yon should have hoen Hi": xp'ieit ." A ruoliailt. Cause and Effect. "I suppose 1' c...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 29 March 1906

i S ".J I Fays to Advertise In the Rising Gon VOLUME X. HENRY M- -it r Nominated for Mayor by the RISING SON COMMENDS REPUBLI CAN CITY TICKET TO THE SUPPORT OF THE NEGRO VOTERS OF KANSAS CITY. The Ticket a Credit To The Commu nity. Let Us Help Elect It. Tht Republican city ticket which la now before the people In quest of their suffrage on April 3, is on Ideal one In every way. It Is made up of men of character, Integrity and abili ty and they are worthy of the support of the colored voters of this communi ty. That which Is good for the white citizens is likewise good for the negro citizen. The election of this ticket, headed by an honest, honorable and able man, means a good, clean and competent administration of the af fairs of Kansas City. Every candi date from Hon. H. M. Beardsley down, merits our united support. It has been the policy of the Son at all times to advise our people to support whatever measure, political or other wise, that Is and has been advanta geous to the enti...

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. — 29 March 1906

In Chrltl. lr Chr't I fed the himt of C!nd ThU'thli.R fiiiii hem en thnmgli earth; I. -.fe tlt ne.'iln within the toil; llrmwiil In hi miK-mi birth. Tie immiI upriiiii up. flower of prayer. I intl.ihH his In m: h nut uti the nu. In O.'lst I fMi.-h th hnnd of r.nA. Krcm ht imt hi h-ht n-Hchril Uuwn, ;v Mri,l wa before lmtrml, To 1:11 u to out clown. -VI. totv that I I :ly perfect l I'hUHiKh loxit.K HHirirtce, like till. II. hlirs hi hand my steadied feet M.i wulk the nlr the jen; ti l.f anil limth hi mile lulls iwort I.iKh:i up nil tn Klcrli-i Blm:iKr imt el!e cm I hn In i.i'W WnM wheie I if leiidcth me I.ucy I-urcom. If We Want to Do Good. He wan mil Jict unto tin 111. Luke II., Afrer the With of Christ silence fall upon His life. His lnhool hss no retold. His outh tint II vestige of MMoty. Once in all these years we see Him In the Temple, and then Marx's voice calls Illm home. He tecs hack to Nazareth, and the story of His life to Ills thirtieth year Is written where? Nowhere on ea...

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. — 29 March 1906

BEASTS IF BUlHlEDErO bur beasts of burden, the horse and the ox, known for their itreneth. L- ) 7 w mvu iwu iium vuv vccistuic Kinguom r -ar las For Infants and Children. Li rw ar - .v, 7l IV HE AT FLAKE CELERY wm ts mad from the wheat, the most Important cereal that Nature produces as food for man. It ia so scientifically and hygienically prepared at to render it not alone nourishing, but cleanly and acceptable to the moit delicate stomach. Does not oiua me do we is as ao most Dreakiast fuard against food articles that are made kely to prove deleterious to health. PatatsMs-NutHUous Easy of Caa ae serves' hot. Put la lot evea lor a few IOC pSCXtt. For Sal. bi aimrk BaarlakatonS QrOCOrS Mr mm a Ihth of kmU pr. Pries, tbs famous food pert, tha creator of Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder sad Delicious Flavoring Eitracta. lea Cream Sugar and Jelly Deeeerta, haa never been compelled, vetwitbatanding atrenueua Pood lawa, to change any of hie product!. They have alwaya eaformed to their ree...

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. — 29 March 1906

I'HK IUSINH SUN. . Business Maasft. Published lerj rk RISING SON PUBLISHING CO WSUHSCHIITION KATES: fi r i.1 frraama f irM inonina a a BiU M Strictly paid In ad ratio tnurrrt at tht I'nrt Offit l Kin OUj, a Stand C'iuM MmtUr. OurrMpoDdeou wanted In er city ts town id thin state. Write us. All news matter Intended for pub lication should rarh uur office not tor than Ttusday, of each week aa mt be signed by the writer not for publication, but a guarantee of authenticity. WIOIt-No. 117 Wat SUtr. Kansas City, Mo. t. Advrtitil Rattas, for a taih, oaa laaartloo I H fut out Inrh. eai'h nbttqutil IdmMob .M tot two tacar. (tare muniii I.OS fur two tai-he. li month In For lo loeha, Din moot ha 1000 ? two laebaa laelva jontha 1100 CEO. E. EDWARDS. Republican Nominee Member Upper House. Mr. I'M wit mN whs burn In the city of St. Louis Mity 23, 1SU7. Me was ifiiri'il ami cclucitcd In t li leading col IcK.' of IIIIiioIh. Ht was tlllVtlltlK Hitlt'.Hiiian for different Ji'Wt-lry firms for a period ...

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. — 29 March 1906

THE RISING SON. A. W. Walket, Agent, Lexington, Mo Remember please It'i the little blu wc collect here end there tSat eaablee ua to run from year to rear." LOCALS. You can secure a supply of Ozona by calling on The Rising Son. There Is a remedy for Ignorance, but none for knowing too much. The Knights of Pythias (colored) have changed their hall to 1734 Grand Ave. John Rogers who has been afflicted for sometime, will be removed to the asylum. Get the habit of going to McCamp bell ft Houston's Drug Store, 2300 Vine St. Mlas Nellie Bunks has recovered sufficiently to take up her school work again. Miss Amelia Hunt Is able to be at her post of duty after a brief period of illness. Prof. S. R. Bailey was compelled to discontinue his school work this week on account of illness. Rev. F. .1. Peck Is already engaged In his Raster rally. He Invites his friends to come to his rescue. Mrs. Francis Mock is contemplat ing building a little home on her property 2838 East 6th street. Make your cho...

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. — 29 March 1906

Art Angel in ll.W .! It Were, If W lllmllt fi'l lllO frlslu. Or ilvlnii of the tlr-f-Kirnl lte-intenti ptuht, .n jumt 1 i :nn, to in, iitnl ! iniilil hear '! fi' Mm tue I mm Hio ullent ulr Ai t-MMiiiifi lii our loom, mill bends on olll Ills ilulite ryes, anil In inn us fioin lilt lo orn N--us or dinr f'ti'iids, and children who Kivo never 1;. . ii i .- I . I iiidi rd-ns shall know for- vwt. Ali" we tlilfk not what we dally se At'out our health -iitigeN. thiit nte to !., Or m:l le (f ll't-y will. :iml we plepitie Their soii anil outs to niwl In huy :ill . A o : 1 1 !. I . ;i Mend, ft wife whoe soft heart III uiii-'m ours, breeding lis fiitur wIuks. I.i'lKh Hunt. h 1 1 1 j ! Ill (f'o right. l:06. by Tho man liaJ genius, the woman had hope. lli livid In a cheap hoarding house nd kept siinl and body toseiher by rioiim 'he work of a literary hack. Sometimes he did lit t It- desultory t;isks for new.-pa pet s, lmt never slic ed ! -I in ooiitH'riiin himself with a j-ay roll. Once he had be...

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. — 29 March 1906

Trust to Nature. A greal many Americana, both mm tnd women, ara thin, pale and puny, with poor circulation, because they have ill treated their atomaoba by hasty eating or too much eating, by consuming aloo I hollo beverages, or by too close confine ttnent to home, office or factory, and In con I sequence the stomach must be treated !ln a natural way before they can rectify, ithetr earlier nils takes. The muscles In 'tnany such people, In fact In every weary, 'thin and thin-blooded person, do their work with great dlfflcuity. As a result fatigue comes early, la extreme and last long. The demand for nutritive aid la head of the supply. To insure perfect health every tissue, bone, nerve and muscle should take from the blood cer tain materials and return to It certain then. It is necessary to prepare the tomach for the work of taking up from the food what la necessary to make good, rich, red blood. We must go to Nature for the remedy. There were certain .roots known to the Indians of 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. — 29 March 1906

c He Promised to "Obey." A iiioypocttvo Huston bridegroom, who tJ.Ciint to he ltmstor in Ms own lionse, rulh'd en tln wollUnown rlnayni:tn. H.-v ('. W. WViidte, who was to tic tlic Knot the following thiy. I Imvc hciifil." he satil. "th.it you c tuit thi- mu, from tho nmr ti.iu.' s, ri(c Will you Kindly Itmcrt i: in nmn o "" Mr. Wciiilt.i ohlii; Inaly .olniscil to do so. "Wilt thou. I. in.. )ii'ii!!c to love, honor, nnl whs promptly nnswcivd by t!i,. hrldo without ilemur. Tho some (I'icsiioti wan put to the sroom, who hi'M'ato.l, st.uiininvd, ntiil sniped liuf ntistw ( red, as liuil his bride, "I w ill."' troh;illy not wishing to create ii scene. litcr he n ju-oncheij the tiilnlstir. "Hut you asked tin1 to tts. the word 'ohey,' " s.ild Mr. Wondte, with a twinkle In his eye; "how was 1 to Know that von wanted If for the lady only? You should hnve been nioie cv idiclt." Aruptiitut. Cause and Effect. "I suppose ho clasped yon In his arms when the ranoe tipset?" "No: quite the opposite....

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. — 5 April 1906

rf . .';::H t ..4 ' i. N. J It Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son .JVOLILME X. HENRY M Ma 4 - 4 4 t SI. -Li'.. i .- -rar'i "WTT, c Photo bjr Thomaon. ELECTED MAYOR OF KANSAS CITY TUESDAY, ARPIL 3. For the past several weeks Chat tanooga, Tenn., has been In a fervor on account of the arrest, trial and sen tence of Ed. Johnson, charged with assault. He was sentenced to be hung this week, but a stay of pro ceeding was held to allow a review of the case by the Supreme Court. In the meantime a murderous mob gathered, stormed the jail and lynched the accused. His gu'lt was not clear ly proven. The woman who was as saulted did not say postlvely that he was her assailant; he might have been a white man with blacken face, of Johnson's built. At any rate, the guilt was fastened on the accused and lie suffered for it In an unlawful man ner protesting his Innocence to the last. And too this lynching took place In a large city surrounded by every protection. It showed that the officers winked a...

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. — 5 April 1906

Dressing the Hair. N'.i it : : licw tin- v ill onnH'd pill .:- ) 1 from hair in al 11 it'l'" )!!'' !.( t -ill ; ' i!f down nn lln forc--1 .i.l ' mi i i lu r ( )t iriis No iikiIi' d'l 'l.i' I'.M.s siarKl- out from uiulir Li;- T.mtiiil lii's.is lil,- a sU" t r 1 his m lis. Tli in a onri- 'In' fasti ; 11 I' lias "none mil." Tin1 lu st linlr i'.t !: Ikim' ("11 1 1 1 ! tiiliiHii'il It. dills in.' rtiw I'niiiliiiii: iln ir linir In surh ti. :1:1m r as in i!i-i '.nst' to all nlisi r th 'tir iilii'saiii f.iii that l'roviitinco lias t uV.y tii 11 iln iii tiii i', biiiiMith, white fur. Ii.-:n!s. In lit:!' nf tlir- i'(iff'.tr s r.nw much In Viimn httli- ( in Is Mir lirspi inKli'il all fvi r tl:o ti p (i f:ln' In ail us if tliry fi tin n Atintl'.i r ti:m!i' is tin- rssrnn nf flnv I'uitv. It is "larlv Victorian." You l.nt tlif hair In tlm miiUIIr. cotiili It rut rach ?:i!c iind arraiic it t" statul mi' (hit iln' 1 ins. This lt mauds a tu t for tin hark hair. .A pntry innovation in the dress rii....

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