S**l Inquiries for help and for work are continually
coming to us and frequently we cannot give satisfact
Inquiries also come to us for accomodations of all
kinds, furnished and unfurnished rooms with and with
out board. Persons who have such, should also reg
ister with us. In case this practice becomes general it
will greatly aid us in our endeavors to further the pub
lic’s welfare in these two particulars. Either call,
'write or phone us.
Notices inserted under this head at
the rate of 5 cents per line per week,
or 60 cents per month.
FOR RENT —Neatly furnished rooms
at 2214 Arapahoe St. Phone Pink,
FOR RENT—Furnished room suit
able for gentleman or lady, handy to
down town, and convenient to church
1124-1316 81., Pueblo Colo. On the
Irving Place car line.
FOR RENT—One large front room,
suitable for two, at 2421 Walton St.
FOR RENT—Furnished rooms in
modern house. Mrs, Green leaf, 629
FOR RENT—A nice front room suit
able for two gentlemen, at 1831 Penn
Ave. Mrs. Dean.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room
cooking privileges. 2650 Clarkson St.
FOR RENT—Front room, furnished.
2161 Lawrence St. 11-6
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms
in modern house at 2531 Stout Street.
Mrs. Sarah Roundtree. 1 6 ’O6
FOR RENT—A nice front room fer
gentlemen, 1108 9th Street, near Cur
ios. Mrs. J. T. Thomas.
Good women wishing work by the
week or month and ladies wanting
such help, will please call Mrs. Mary
E. Wade, 2227 Lincoln Ave Call
from!) a. m. to sp, m. ‘Phone Red
Write or call upon Mrs. P. A. Hub
bard, 111 HigliSt., Manitou.Colo.,for
FOR HEN f Two furnished rooms
with the use of the kitchen at 2052
Lawrence St. Mrs. A. Douglas 11 6
FOR RENT-A neat comfortable
Special Features of the Odd Fellows Entertainment
Nov. 9 are Mrs. J.H.P. Westbrook, Mr. Franklin
Bryant and two eastern showmen.
THE STATESMAN. DENVER. COLORADO.
lied room with bath for a man. In a
quiet neighborhood, no street car fare.
Apply at this office. 1-06
FOR RENT- Nicely furnished rooms
in modern house. Mrs. Rragg, 3136
Downing are. 11-15
(Continued from second page,)
j sive experience, having served as Edi
i tor on some of the leading papers
throughout the country. He was
born in Georgia. He had been a
j member of the Rocky Mountain Con-
I f.rence three years.
He was conscious of his death and
said, “Tell th* brethren to meet me
! in heaven,” Rev. and Mrs. Bray, Rev
Owens, and Mrs. Dorcas Watson ac
j companied the bereaved wife here.
Revs. Tillman, Bray, Owens and
j Father Rice conducted the funeral
j services, which were impressive and
pathetic. A beautiful cross so emble
matic of his life, was gi .-en by the
Colorado Springs Mercantile Compa
ny, Prof, and Mrs. .Jackson, and Mrs.
Pennington. Mrs. DeClelland's
mother arrived from Las Vegas, N.M ,
j for the funeral. Interment at Ever
j green cemetery.
j The community extends deepest
I sympathy to the bereaved wife and
Mrs. T. ,1. DeClelland and mother
are the guests of Mrs. Pennington.
FOR KENT -Furnished rooms at
2345 Lawrence street. Modern house
Mrs. E. T. Johnson. 11-11
FOR RENT—Unfurnished room at
Zich Hooper's 2035 Stout Street.
FOR RENT Elegantly furnished
rooms in a modern house. Conven
ient location. Mrs, T. S Walker
2538 Curtis St. 11-27
*'■ p£;;i£r?- Lacy ’ Phone Main 3785.
Opmn till 9 a.m.
-Jhg, Leading Colored Cafe
,-j '■*■ SW*L in the West.
1918 Lawrence St. Denver, Colorado,
Phone Main 3044. Dick Frazier, Mgr.
“It’s so different”
1821 Arapahoe Street.
The besl equipped pleasure resort la the West.
THE MATCH-IT-IF-YOU-CAN STORE
4* No More Ready-to-Wear
f h Clothes
m JU' Tailor-Made Suits
■i/jl as low as
SCHRADSKY, THE TAILOR.
1601 Larimer Street.
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