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The Statesman Ik pnbbsbing fres a business and professional men's guide, This is to inform the people sad general onblic of tbe men and women who are in boaiueaa and what they are doing and where they are located. Look over the list carefully and §ee if any one is omitted; if ao no lify ua at once and their names will be inserted. Then if yon have need of any service they can render call on them. Say yon aew their name* in the Boaineaa Directory of The Statesman. As soon aa tbe list ia complete and verified it will be pub lished on a large card and bnng up in public place* ao that tbe general public may know where we are at TL* business columns of The Statesman are open to all for free discussion of industrial topic* of ocal importance. If you are pos sessed of business knowledge that is practical and has been proven in Col orado, it ia ycnr duty t« give it to give it to your fellow cili ena. Men, minds and dollars sre turned this way ooking for an opening What we want are facta demonstrated her* in Denver and rot a thousand miles away. This column of business enter prise* cannot be filled up all at once but will be arranged in alphabetical order. Each week new letters will be added to the list and all the busi ness enterprises under the heading of those letters will be inserted. The names and location will be petma neut ao that all you need to do ia to look at your paper to see who is in that column. ADVEBTIBINO MKDICUS. The Statesmen, 1026 19th St. The ColorsdoStr.tesman,’ ArToartEta-AT r.*w J H. Stuart, Kittridge building. BOASonrn. Mrs. Turner, 2143Lawrence St BOOT PASUlHS Henry 1’inn, 1626 Curtis St. Charles Call 1707 Arapahoe St. S. A Lamlon, 818 16! h street A mucKLAvrns and oontrawtobs. J, H Smithes, 1838 Vme P. Joseph, 2462 Gilpin. L D. Lamb. 2255 Blake THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO. BARBER SHOPS, BATH BOOMS Fonulftio, 1834 Arapahoe. Radcliff, 1226 IBtb street. Sample, 1223 19th street i ra Mackey, 1860 Arapahoe CLUBS. Two Jims, 1859 Champa Street. CATERERS. Mrs. Geo. S. Con tee, 2612 Welton St. Mrs. J. U Vernell, 1846 Washington Mrs. H. T. Anderson, 526 26 Are. f CALSOMISERS ASD DECORATORS. D. S. Webster, 1511 Tremont St. A. Higgins, 823 So. lOtn St. COAL DEALERS, •1 K. Smithes, 9th ArLafayete Sts CHIROPODIST Dr. Randolph, 1944 Broadway CAKPEJCTERS ARD BUILDER*. Harry Brown. 188 S Clark st. frontman, 3131 Humboldt Thornton Beverly, 2101 Lawrence st. CIGAR DEALERS, Thos Clingmau 1865 Arapahoe CAER. Don Reeves, 1018 19th St Miss Rosa Sides, 1922 Lawrence St. OO'N BAG MAKER. Mrs II W. Mosby, 2751 Arapahoe. CLEANING A PREB3INO , Paris City Cleaning Works 610 15tb St S A. Bonditrant, 1077 Broadway. American Cleaning Works, 1507 16th. |o. K. Cleaning Winks, 210 151 b St. | M Pioples, 1530 Glenarm doctor P. E. Sprndin, Good Block, 16th & Larimer. Mrs. J L. Eon) 1921 Curtis St W. A. Jones,2lst A Champa. Dr. Cottiell, 1020 19th street. Goo. W. ColTey 1921 Curtis EtPtESS. C. H. Hooper 22 snd Champa .nai Payne Pennsylvania k 17lh avo. Phone 3x2 Oliva. G. D. Hall, 17lh and Arapahoe. EMnnoiDERI AND BATTF.NBCBO Mrs Irving Williams 2229 Arapahoe ELORIST- L - McKell. 40 W, Btb ave. INS MANCEACTraiBS A. R Butler HAIR DBESSEES. Mibb M. Cowden, 1219 21st street. Mrs, Eh Turner, 2503 Curtin. Mrs. J. K. Hallowed, 2026 Larimer. Mrs. M £ Mackey, 2260 Penn. Are. Mrs. G leave*, 124 York Si LACNDBI J. H. Gibbs 2227, Grant avenue. MIKES AND MISEBS Golden Chest Mining A Milling Co., 1223 19th St. Richard Evans, 2045 Arapahoe St. I MUSIC R. G. Holley, violinist 1828 Downing, Mrs. R VY Mosby, 2751 Arapahoe St Mabel Fore, 23th A Hnmbolt St D. E. Henry, vocal and instrumen tal music. 1740 Blake St. MILLINEBT Hallowed A Hallowed 2026 Larimer ORCHESTRAS R. G. Holley, 1828 Downing. Chas. Harris, 2337 Linsoln Centennial Mandolin A Guitar Club. POOL BOOMS Thos. Clingman. 1830 Arapahoe PINO PONO PARLORS. Henry Finn, 1817 Arapahoe St JOB PRINTERS The Statesman, 1026 19th St PAPER HtNOINQ AND PAINTING G W, Andrews 1218 20th Ave PLUMBER. If. Lewis, 24 261 b are. PHOTOGRAPHERS W. E. Scott, 2516 Wellon. REAL ESTATE Lewis Price, 137 So. Tremout. CROTCHETINO, PLAIN SEWING. Mrs. Hattie Hogue. 1123 Wellon St. The Kink That Won’t Come Back. You can make your hair just a. straight and smooth as you want to bj using the Original Ozonized Oz .Mar row, and the kink that was there be fore will aol come back. The Ozonized Ox Marrow also keeps the hair from falling out, cures dandruff and make» the hair grow. It never falls. One bottle does it Sold over forty yean to ladles of refinement all over th# country, giving perfect satisfaction Send us 50 cents and we will ship you a bottle express paid. Address Ozon ized Ox Marrow Co., 76 Wabash At •nue, Chicago, 111. Preventive of Influenza. In the year 1890, when influenra was epidemic throughout Europe, many workmen contracted the disease in three watch factories at Madretseh, Germany, and a number died. At one factory at Madretsch. however, the disease did not appear. Invcsticatlons showed that oil of turpentine was used In the turning of the metals used lor waichcaser. The oil became warm and evaporated and too workmen !n --iiaUd the air laden with it. This seemed to protect them against the disease. Since then oil of turpentine been always evaporated In that factory upon h sieve and not a case ut Influenia hta ever occurred uiotw. CONDITION OF THE AZTECS. Survivors of Ancient Race Chiefly La borers in the Fields. The Aztecs of old were not only great soldiers, but also diligent culti vators of the soil, and had acquired considerable proficiency In agriculture, says the Southern Workman, although they had no horses, oxen or other ani mals of draft. To this day the men earn their living chiefly as day labor ers In the fields now owned by the Mexicans. The staple product now as of yore Is the maize, and next to It the maguey or agave, the s- et sap of which la the principal mr ial for the famous Mexican pulque Some species are cultivated as vej etables, others for the sake of their leaves, which yield a strong fiber that can be woven Into fabrics. Hence the saying that the agave supplies the people with drink, food and clothing. The men have little ambition to ex cel in handicraft. Farriery and car pentry are about the only trades they care to take up. In the cities they work as porters, carriers or peddlera In a small way. Like all southern Indians, their complexion is of a ruddy chocoata brown, and they are not particularly good looking. Most of the women now have large hands and feet, prob ably the Inheritance of generations of hard workers. And they are strong. In the warehouse of a wine merchant an Artec porter was seen to take a cash of claret on his back and carry It quite a distance. The load certainly weighed not less than 400 pounds and no white man would have thought of lifting It The law requl-es the people in the cities to forsake the Indian breech cloth and poncho and assume the reg ulation garb of the poor working clast of Mexico—the wide, loose trousers of cotton cloth or manta, with jacket to match—but the breechcloth is won outside of the trousers and thereby rt places the civilised suspenders. THE Wor'd’s Fair Route OFFERS THE BEST SEF.\JCE POSSIBLE TO ST. LOUIS. The Frisco System traverses THE FOLLOWING STATES: Illinois Indiana Mississippi Kansas Arkansas Tennessee Bahama Missouri Oklahoma Indian Ter. Texas. THE SOUTHEASTERN LIMITED, Leaving Rnn*ns City at G.SO p. in. daily, trill tal.c you to Spring! rid, MtniphU. Hirtnlnnhnni. Atlanta, ,Ia« K'orvlllo and all points In the Southerns. Kxrollent route to all points North, Last* South, Sonthrast and South west. For detailed information, apply to f G W martin, General Agent. Denver. Cou t DRAK r. O'ST PASS' Agent Cajy Laac City Utah T A jOhn, GrNCRAi Agent, Bom, Montana.