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title: 'The Rising son. (Kansas City, Mo.) 1896-19??, June 26, 1903, Image 8',
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Let us look no longer on the past,
but to the future. Let us seek to
make life worth living and our
home comfortable. This we will
help you to do, if you will help
yourselves. Come and see us.
Could any honest man ask
The house of Rhodes, Haverty & Huppe,
has always been known as the friend of. the
poor class. Thousands of comfortable, happy
homes stood a few days ago monuments to its
liberal and fair treatment, and to day, in the
hour of distress of the pcrple it comes again to
their rescue, and offers terms upon which the
most distressed sufferer can recuperate, live and
be happy and hopeful. The company arises
to the emergency you may do the same. All
we ask is that you treat us fairly and liberal as
we treat you, and we will be your friends now
as in the past. Go sec for yourself.
If you are in need, come and
see us at once. We will spare the
time to wait on you and supply
your wants for we are bound to
A. 0. ftHO0CtMtistir?
s 1 611 MAIN STOEET
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f corutTt mux rimsce
1 U I CASH OA CAESII
The subject of this sketch, Cap. I. H. Jordan, who for a
number of years was one of the notable figures with the firm
&l of Rhodes, Haverty & Huppcs, at 611 Main St. Some
v months ago he severed his connection with that firm and was
engaged with another of the same business. But, in the act
of God, coursing the raging waters to lay waste and make
barren the thousands of once happy homes, where comfort,
5. love and contentment once reigned supreme, He saw that in
order to serve his people, He called upon him to return to the
firm of Rhodes, Haverty & Huppe, whose warm heart, small payments and
reasonable prices on furntiure would enable him to do more, in the hour of dis
tress and suffering, for his people than wifh any other similar firm in a short
lifetime. So any person who is a flood sufferer and wants furniture, you will,
for yourself and honor to the only colored man in Kansas City who is in a
position to help you in the way of furniture.
The prices of Rhodes, Haverty & Huppe have always been as low as
good goods could be sold for. The immense purchases of this house to supply
its 20 or more branches, backed by its unlimited capital, enables it to go into the
market and buy at the lowest possible prices, and it always has been its policy to
give to the people the benefit of its ability to buy cheap, by selling them the best
goods for the the least possible profit. This rule will hold good in the present
emergency, and you will find prices as low as any house in the United States
for the same class of goods.
Rhodcs-Hsrcrty Furniture Co,
Peoples' Outfitting: Co,
Rhodea-HaTertr Norelty Co.
Rhodes, Haverty & Huppe Fur. Co. Kansas City, Mo.
Rhodes, Haverty & Huppe Fur. Co. St. Joseph, Mo.
Rhodes, Haverty & Huppe Fur. Co. Independence, Mo.
Rhodes, Haverty & Huppe Fur. Co. Lexinton, Mo.
Rhodes, Haverty & Huppe Fur. Co. Leavenworth, Ka
There are only a few incidents in history more
appalling than the disastrous flood from which
the people of our city are now suffering.
Among ' the recent disasters which are still
fresh in our memories are the eruption of Mt.
Pelee and the Galveston Tidal Wave. The
losses in property in this city was greater in
extent than In either of these great disasters,
and while the loss of life was not so appalling ,
still the loss of homes and property of the poor,
the enforced idleness of honest workmen and
throwing on the charity of the more fortunate,
thousands of self-respecting, honest heads of
families, brings to us a condition of suffering
seldom in a community which in ordinary times
is amply able to protect itself, and where honest
labor asks charity from no man.
In this hour of our dire distress
and real destitution of our people,
it is a fair warning to, and they
should heed it. Go to work and
do something; learn to patronize
racial enterprises; profit by the
past and live for the future.
T"ItF. now. non falllnif and Infallible rom-
I MniMl treatment fur thn liuinnu Hair,
K.ONO and C KIIHOI.INK. iikixI ran.
Jointly, rnnnot fall to lend to the Hair
length, lustre, llfi nml beauty. On. year
imothe.rlii'wtnrHiprttit' llOM'ON CIIKMICAL
C o.. w ith the, nolo inn-pone and Intention to
JM-oduee nil absolutely perfect and rellaMe
treatment fortlio llnlr, appropriated
tnu Hum or siuw lor thin purpose
alone. The services of three of the
world's most noted clii'mUts were se--ured.
who, arter twelve months of
Investigation and costly experiments,
have smve.ssfully formulated a treat
ment hit potent and powerful, vet so
linrniLw nml Inuoeent. that Its Immediate
(Meets upon the Hair bonier upon the
inirueiiioiiH, i i:is treatment can Do n.ed
In nil fill tli and eontldenee. nx It Is certain
to produce results imwt Kratifx Inn. causing
the ll.-ilr to row Ion nml luxuriant,
htratiilit,aiid of n most delleute ami pliable
texture. It prevents the tendency of the
Hair to draw up, contract, curl, anil taiiKle,
thus innklmi It cii-.y to dress the Jlalr In
nny Htyle desired It causes the Hair to
crow out on nil luild spots, scant Partliu-'s,
thin places, and bare temples, it Is sure to
prevent the Hair from falling, brcnklnx
mt. nud spllttltiK at the ends. This (treat
combined tn atment Is now the most wonderful remedy
for t he Hair In the hole wide world.
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W Vtlra on earth. ut out tills advertisement, ami send to us,
is .In w,,u m,,y 'Ml, and. Immedli-U-lv upon receipt of same, we
II V . ViH will send to you a full and complete treatment, consisting of
f io extra lartreoox.-Koro.ONO, km of all Hnir Tonics, worth
ikYfi . -; nlso two laive bottles if 4 t.DKOI.INK, the lluhtnlmt
y '(J Hnir ;roer. worth also one liirifo package of our latest dls-
TOfl covery, I'HII.Iii;ii t.( Ml AM Too. worth ftuc.: also one bar of
inir ceiMrawi aim reiiowneo i-i ki 1 1 nt .ii.r miac, wortn zfrc.. anil
im I pint iim-knun of AM MIIllllI, the most wonderful toilet
.- . . fP'H'lalty of the day, worth SSc. This ifrand collwtlon. worth In all
iim,wlll be sent on receipt of l.(VO nml vonr name and address, with full, plain,
and complete directions, together with our beautiful buuveulr Catalogue, justly
calliil the toilet educator of the day.
NTK.-To all w ho have ever bought 070SO we will send this great bargain
oTer for only I .IM. Your word w ill be sumclent. Hmplv tell us w hen and where
yon bought It. This liberal offer Is made with the obiect of sis-urlng gixid Agents,
w ho can simply coin money selling our preparations. No mutter where you live, we
can get our Kod MiMy to you. I)o uot delay ; order to-day. Address t
BOSTON CHEMICAL CO., 310 E. Broad Street, Richmond, Va.
"FOLLOW THE FLAQ."
Kansas City -to St. Louis.
Unsurpassed service, smooth track, fast time. All
trains on the Wabash run directly through the World's
Fair grounds, St. Louis, in full view of all the magnifi
cent buildings the Wabash is the only line that does it.
Wabash Train No 8.
Leaving Kansas 'ity (:15 p. m., arrives Niagra Falls
and Buffalo next evening, aud New York and Boston
second morning, saving a day's travel. Through ser
vice. Wabash is the oulyline that does it.
L. S. JUCCLULLAIS.
Western Passenger Agent. Kansas City, Mo.
It 1IU galoro affect you sore
Anrl paing beset you more and more,
Then do not Rtop; run, skip or hop
To SMITH'S Apothocary Shop.
With drops and pills he'll euro your'
And "PIOK" will bring around the
A. Weber, merchant tailor,
If you want a suit to order here is the place to
go and save money. Why ? Because we pay
no rent. w Come and see us.
Style, Fit and Finish Up-to Date.
Be Sure to Patronize
QMITH The DRUGGIST,
2825 S. W. Blvd.
Kansas City, Mo
Paul Laurence Dunbar Cigar.
FFICC B CENTS.
This citfar i made exclusively of high (Trade imported Havana Fil
ler TnliHrcu, with a Smiiiitra wiupier, and a bettet citfar cannot be
btniht, een at a oust tif twenty-live cents enfh.
COLORED-AMERICAN CIGAR CO.,
M.,n omc ch,c.,o. A"th"nsm!AN'":y:r'v",on
He will deliver your good free of charge if you will call
qo8 E. 12th St.
Phone i2ii Grand.
Is This Really True?
Yes! Some of the choicest qualities and
prettiest designs in Watches arid Jewelry
are in the show, window of : : : :
Kansas City's Pioneer Negro Jeweler,
J. A. WILSON,
ieie a. 9th s-t.
An Ad placed in the Rising Son brings custom
Mr. Wilson in soliciting1 the patronage of his friends
and the public either in buying1 his goods or in repair
ing of watches and jewelry (which is a specialty)
assures nothing less than complete satisfaction.
Bargains in diamond riugs, engagement and wedding rings,
baby rings, ladies' gold guards, etc., can always be obtained.
J. L.. WILLIAMS,
Blacksmithing, Horseshoeing and Wagon Repair
Shop. Good Material and First-Class
707 Independence Ave. Kansas City, Mo.
Only First Class Colored Shop in the City.
The Very Lowest Prices.
Residence 416 Laurel. Telephone 1052 Red.
M 0BERLY EXCURSION,
$1.25 . ROUND TRIP - $1:25.
SUNDA Y, JUNE lath,
Grand Outing, Baseball, Band Concerts, Beautiful Parks
j and Picnic Grounds.
Uhe StocUzing Sio-Vc and Hardtuare Co.
Best BtoTes Mda.
Largest Stock In Cltf
Friers the Lwsst.
3 WhoXV;trA?.Vn Tcninsulat
Steel Ranges, Steel Oven Cook Stoves, Best Bur
ner, Furnaces, and all goods made by the..
Ponlrtssulasr Stevs Co.
Uarman Hmtcr, Soft Coal nu.hNtar, Cola's Hot
' Illn.t, Air Tlht for Coal and Wood, Clarmont
Oak Stovas, achlll Hlaal KnM and Varnaaaa.
TIN WORK at Spaolalty.
A naw Una of
Vrindow and Door Screen and Refrigerator
1)29 Grand Are.
PURITY DAIRY CO.,
Ice Cream & Ices.
We are fitting our plant up to be the best in the City. We
make a specialty of serving Churches, Lodges at parties at
Wholesale Prices. Do not give an order until you
Call up 396 East
1515-1517 East 18th St, Kansas City, Missouri.