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' SEEDS
Buy them here. Our stock is
all fresh. Our garden and
vegetable seeds are the very
best obtainable
PLANT YOUR SWEET PEA SEEDS NOW
Choice Cal Flower* aad Potted Pleats
SULLIVAN BIRD STORE
VOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED
634 FIFTEENTH ST.
Phona Main 2488 Naar Walton
11. A. GAR HELD. C . A. BRYANT.
Praaidaat u
THE MACEO
Fountain Drinks, Confectionery
I and Cigars
Ice Cream Dairy Lunches
*7i2>i Welton Street
Denver, Colorado
WONEY IS WAITING FOR
YOU.
$lO Loans and upward se
cured for salaried employes,
owners of furniture and oth
ers.
sio loan, return 45c weekly
or si.Sg monthly
$lO loan, return 90c weekly
or $3.60 monthly
$3O loan, return $1.35 weekly
or $5.40 monthly
$5O loan, return $2.00 weekly,
or $B.OO monthly
The above paying principal
and interest.
Larger amounts in propor
tion. No other charges.
Call and be convinced.
-THE MILLER LOAN CO
404 Quincy Bldg. 4th Floor
1010 17th Street
Phone Champa 177.
. GEO. G ROSS
Attaraey rbd CoumHot At Law
RESIDENCE 2344 TREMONT PEACE
| PHONE OLIVE IST*. BEFORE $ A. M.
PHONE MAIN ITU
mrnrnm Wt RlNiln ■*s«. Pww ■
WM. VOIGTS
Watchmaker and Jeweler
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
Silverware. Etc.
FINK SIPAISINO o* all KINDS
SI 1 27th STRICT
Naar Walt a a
•DENVER. COLO
. PHONE MAIN 8513 ;
THE
Sanitary Wet Wash
Laundry
High Grade Work
35 Lbs. Dry Cothes 75 Cests.
Excess 2c per peud
1535-37 Washisftos St. Denver Cole
f HOKE WAIN 5412 Flo. . S^ckl
J. Q. BROWN
Sewed Soles M and 75c
done While Ton Wait
HAIR DRESS IRC SINGEINC ul DYEING
Mrs. Ida Cox-Holley
THE SCALP SPECIALIST
Manicuring and Shampooing
Pacial Treatments
PHONE YORK 2225
2326 Clarkson St.
Denver,Colo
Keep off the date March 24;
Easter Entertainment given
by Centennial Lodge No 4 A.
F. & M.
COMING EVENTB.
Easter Monday—Masons’ entertain
ment at Eureka ball.
The funeral of Mrs. Hattie Trent
was held Monday afternoon from her
home, 4731 Franklin street, Douglass
Undertaking Co. in charge.
Mrs. Helen Johnson's funeral was
held Tuesday morning from the par
lors of the Douglass Undertaking Co.
The remains of John A. Foster
were shipped to Charlotte, N. C., Fri
day noon by the Douglass Undertak
ing Co.
The Elite drug store has on display
a handsome assortment of Easter
goods in the line of cards, eggs, rab
bits. baskets of candy. j>erfume. etc.
We invite your trade. Prescrip
tions carefully compounded by regis
tered pharmacists.
FOR RENT. — Furnished
Rooms in modern house, 1923
Clarkson Street. Mrs. Strad
wick.
Miss Lethe] Dove-Duwson. who
leaves Sunday for Chicago to spend
Easter, will visit Detroit, Montreal
and other Canadian points. She will
return about April 15.
THE CAUSE OF RHEUMATISM.
Stomach trouble, lazy liver and de
ranged kidneys are the cause of rheu
matism. (Jet your stomach, liver, kid
neys and bowels in healthy condition
by taking Electric Bitters, and you
will not be troubled with the pains of
rheumatism. Charles B. Allen, a
school principal, of Sylvania. (la., who
suffered indescribable torturb from
rheumatism, liver and stomach trou
ble and diseased kidneys, writes “All
remedies failed until 1 used Electric
Bitters, but four bottles of this won
derful remedy cured me completely."
Maybe your rheumatic pains come
from stomach, liver and kidney trou
bles. Electric Bitters will give you
prompt relief. 50c and $1 00. Rec
ommended by all druggists.
.Members of the Eureka baseball
club are all smiles, their new uni
forms have arrived The team expects
to make nn excellent showing this
season
Mrs Cynthia Watkins Everett died
in Kansas City. Mo . Wednesday. The
remains will be brought to this city
b> her sister. Mrs Nannie Johnson
Funeral notice later.
SOMBTHXNO NK w Mr* T. J
Burns. Cleansing Cold Cream, for
the face and hands: guarantied satis
faction Call or addroM me E 28th
Ave. Phone Blue 1685.
FREE!
COLORED PEOPLE’S HAIR.
We are the largest manufacturers
of colored people's hair. We make
wigs, switches, braids, transformation
and all styles of hair that you can
comb the same ns your own. We also
sell straightening combs, hair nets,
nnd cut hair by the pound. Our prices
are lower than those quoted else
where. Send two-cent stamp nnd we
will send you. absolutely free, our il
lustrated catalog. Agents wanted.
HUMANIA HAIR COMPANY,
Dept. E. 23 Duane St.. New York City
fTo Raise Endowment Fund For College
| Among the lamer organisations work
ling for the extension of education
among Afro-Americans Is the American
(Missionary association. For the pur
(|N>se of augmenting the endowment
'fund of five colleges for Afro Ameri
cana nnd one school for white persons
the association is making an effort to
raise $1,000,000 Each of the five
schools for which this financial as
sistance is Intended is in the south.
Mrs. Mattie Cowden has a
fine line of Easter hair goods
at reasonable prices. Phone
Champa 1981, 1219215 t. St.
MISS MAUD CARRIE
Pashionable Dressmaking
2609 Lafayette
Phone York 7335.
Anderson & Son, Express,
Coal and Wood. 2239 Wash
ington St. Phone Champa
1174. Residence 2431 Court
PI., Denver, Colo.
City News
A RUN FOR YOUR MONEY APRIL
10TH.
We help others, now come and help
us at the grand prize entertainment
given by the two charity clubs, the
Life Line and the Sunshine. A silver
mounted gavel will be given to the
most popular club. Each coupon on
•ticket good for one vote. Hand paint
ed picture and other prizes will be
given. There will also be a guessing
contest and a gold shower. Web
ster’s orchestra. At Old Colony hall.
Admission 25c. April 10th.
The Pond Lily Art club met March
oth with Mrs. E. Carter, 2551 Clark
son street, it being literary day, and
we were favored with two very dis
tinguished club women in the persons
of Mrs. Hill and Mrs. Lizzie
Froman. The entire afternoon was
given to the program committee.
Song. 'Blest Be the Tie that Binds,”
by the club. Miss Hazel Dysart and
Mrs. Lawhorn both gave beautiful
readings. Mrs. Froman read a most
excellent paj>er which was freely dis
cussed by all.
Many encouraging remarks were
made by Mrs Hill, after which the
hostess served an elaborate luncheon
which all greatly enjoyed.
The club met March 13tli with the
president, Mrs. Douglass. A large
number were present. Mrs. Chas.
Bibbs was elected teacher. A more
capable, worthy and ambitious wom
an for the position could not have
been found. Each member is duly
proud of their choice. The hostess
served a real St. Patrick luncheon of
three courses, green and white being
the color scheme throughout, and
each was presented with a shamrock.
Mrs N*. L Douglass, president.
Mrs. C. L. Campbell, Cor. Sec.
One of the twin boys of Mr. and
Mrs J. B. Wimberly died Monday and
was buried from Wednes
day. Rev Pope officiated.
Wm. Sprague. C. A. Franklin, H. J.
Foster and Mr. P. Summers visited
the Golden Chest mine in Boulder
county Sunday. They found the mine
much in advance of their expecta
tions. Tunnels and shafts have been
completed recently, allowing a free
circulation of air throughout. Produc
ing veins have been discovered and a
shipment of ore is expected soon. Sev
eral specimens were brought down
for assay. If you are inclined to buy
some stock in mines, see H. J. Foster
NO NEED TO STOP WORK.
When the doctor orders you to stop
work it staggers yen. I can't, you
say. You know you are weak, run
down and failing in health day by
day. but you must work as long as
you can stand. What you need is
Electric Bitters to give tone, strength
and vigor to your system, to prevent
breakdown and build you up. Don't
be weak, sickly or ailing when Elec
tric Bitters will benefit you from the
first dose. Thousands bless them for
their glorious health and strength
Try them Every bottle guaranteed
to satisfy Only 50c.
Mrs Edith Houston-English. while
en route to Ijis Vegas. N. M . stopped
off and spent several hours visiting
.Mrs Geo. Parsons and Mr. George
Ross Inst Wednesday.
Mrs I. w. Beatty received the sad
news of the serious illness of her
father in Sedalin. Mo. She left Wed
nesday for her Missouri home.
Mr. Clarence Holmes is assisting in
collecting and soliciting room rent
ads. job work and advertisements. Mr.
Holmes is a hustler. Give him your
news.
MASONS’
ANNUAL EASTER
ENTERTAINMENT
GIVEN BY
Centennial Lodge No. 4
F. & A. M.
MONDAY, MARCH 24
EUREKA HALL
MUSIC BY WEBSTER’S ORCHESTRA
REFRESHMENTS ADMISSION 50 CENTS
Rev. Joseph Price, who for four
years was the pastor of big Zion Bap
tist church at Saginaw, Mich., has
been called to pastor the congregation
of Centra Baptist church of this city.
His wide and varied experience and
pleasing personality are the indicas
of his success. He is accompanied by
a sick wife, who arrived Monday. We
wish him a successful pastorate dur
ing his stay in our city.
BEST KNOWN COUGH REMEDY.
For years Dr. King’s New' Dis
covery has been known throughout
the world as the most reliable cough
remedy Over three million bottles
were Used last year. Isn’t this proof?
It will pet rid of your cough, or we
will refund your money. J. J. Owens,
of Allendale, S. C., writes the way
hundreds of others have done: “After
20 years. I find that Dr. King’s New
Discovery is the best remedy for
coughs and colds that I have ever
used.” For coughs or colds and all
throat and lung troubles it has no
equal. ■' "C and SI.OO at all druggists.
ReUH mber to encourage these Den
ver in* al stars in their concert
April 1 th means a benefit to you and
yours. A lovely painting given with
the sa of each ticket before April
loth.
Miller and Lyles, whose reputation
on the stage is national, have made
the hit of the week at the Orpheum.
Shorter Sunday school will have a
baseba t**am this summer. Herbert
Williai - may be manager.
As« ond prize has been provided
for the Ruthite who wins second place
in th« popularity contest. It is a
beautiful water painting made by
Mrs. A A. Waller of Gilpin street.
The si •ct is a water scene.
A MUSICAL TREAT
Will b* enjoyed at Campbell chapel.
23rd a: d Lawrence streets. Friday
evening March 28th. Given by the
Ideal Orchestra, assisted by Miss Jes
sie Pi* rson. soprano. Refreshments
in sea- and a time. Admis
sion Only 10 cents.
Program.
March Nibelungen”—Wagner.
Overtv ••. "Social Life” —Losey.
So rano Solo. Selected. Miss Jessie
1 lerson
Waltz. “The Dollar Princess” —Fall.
Gavotte, “Eleanor” —Mallach.
C)|*eratlc, ' Marcelle Selection” —Lud-
ers. ,
Soprano Solo. "Only One Face in
Dreamland” —Philips
Romance. “On Wings of Ijove”—Ben
dix.
Gallop, “On Horseback” —Bendlx.
We wish to thank our many friends
and neighbors for the kindness shown
u- during the sickness and death of
, jr beloved aunt. Mrs. Cordelia law
rence; also for the beautiful floral of
ferings.
MRS. S HARRINGTON.
MRS D. WOODSON.
MRS. K. FORNEY
r Ihe big musical fest to be
given by three Denver Stars,
April 10, at Shorter, admiss
ion cents, is the talk of the
town. A beautiful water
painting picture given with
sale cf each ticket before Ap- !
ril io. Everybody come and
encourage.
The Cosmopolitan Tailoring Com
pan; will do your cleaning, pressing
am! epalrlng as It should be done
Call Main 7Si.’3 1916 Arapahoe street
Grimes and McCain.
MADAM T. D. PERKINS
Scientific Scalp Specialist for Beautifying, Culti
vating and Growing the Hair
WILL BEGIN PERSONAL TREATMENTS AFTER
MARCH 15th AT HER RESIDENCE
4630 West 35th Avenue. Phone Gallup 149
gtfg3y9P®?V'£V;-'
m
f ■ .
I A
L.
Madam Perkins will see customers on the follow
ing days: Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from
10 a. m. to 3:30 p. m.
Regular customers are requested to make their
appointments by phone,
Mr. George Morrison
TEACHER OF VIOLIN
Studio 4242 Tejon St.
Will Give Lessons at Resi
dence when necessary
Phone Hickory 1418
THE HAM BROWN
COAL COMPANY
Can save you enough money on your
j Coal Bill so you can eat Chicken Sun
day. I give more Clean Coal to the
Sack than any dealer in the City or
; State. Full weight, no dust.
25c per Sack,. 5 for 91-00
By the Ton 93.90 to 95.60
The Beat Price.
WOOD. 13 LBS. FOR- 10c
1314 21st STREET
LEARN TO BE AN AUTOMOBILE
EXPERT BY MAIL
THE OLDEST, LARGEST AND BEST
SCHOOL IN THE COUNTRY.
13 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE.
Our course can be completed in
seven weeks. A good opportunity for
industrious men. We have MADE and
| are MAKING HUNDREDS of dollars
and can place you in the same posi
tion at a small cost. Don’t delay.
I write today for illustrated picture of
school and terms. Majors M. T. .C. C.
School, 117 N. Cardinal Ave., St.
Louts, Mo. W. S. Fearance, Secre
tary: W. L. Majors. President aud
Manager.
PHONE CHAMPA 1612
E. E. BROWN
COAL, COKE AND
KINILING
Sack or Ton Trade Given
Prompt Attention
2613 ARAPAHOE STREET
13 CENTS A DAY BUYS
A PIANO
With a complete Course of Music
Lessons Free. (NOTHING DOWN).
Columbine Music Co., 920-924 15th St.
Is the place for Candy and Ice Cream.
Also Cream in Quantity.
UNDER LOCKS AND KEYS
of our supplying, your house will
be safe from ordinary thieves. We
have a full showing of the best
spring and padlocks and can fit you
out, whether you want one or
enough for a whole row of houses.
WE ALSO CARRY
EVERYTHING IN
BUILDERS’ HARDWARE.
We also have a tin shop, and do all
kinds of house guttering, furnace
and tin work at right prices.
FIVE POINTS HDW. CO.
2643 Welton St.
Phone Champa 20/8.
Phone Champa 2283
J. M. NICKERSON
CONTRACTOR
*nd BUILDER
Mb Work a Specialty
and Glazing
Shingles by the car load
2035 Champa Denver, Cole
Phone Gallup 870
V. T. Scruggs, The Pigeon
King of Colorado, sells all
kinds of pigeons and squabs
to railroads, hotels, restaur
ants, grocerymen and every
body. 4520 Vrain.
W„t,m Smr 6to. P. Sirgtn
of Now York
Wheel Chair* for Sale or Rent
WIKI. JONES
■AUI Of ALL KINDS Of
ORTHOPEDIC APPLIANCES
Tnuiei, Brace*, Abdosnaol Support!
Elartic Hosiery, Cratches, Etc.
Pkono Main 7702
•OS 14th St. ' DENVER, COLO

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