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NEWPORT THIRST PARLOR
RICHARD FRAZIER A TOM LEWIS. Proprietors
1845 ARAPAHOE STREET, DENVER, COLO.
TELEPHONE MAIN 7413
#FINE WINES, LIQUORS
AND CIGARS
Give us a trial. We will
try to please you. We solicit
your patronage.
We have in connection I
15 FINELY
furnished rooms

Business Phone Residence Phone
Main 2275 York 2079
HARDWICK AUTO SERVICE
OLIVER HARDWICK, Manager
SERVICE BY TRIP OR HOUR
Stand at Rocky Mountain'Athletic Association
2014 Champa Street
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PHONE CHAMPA 2708
Gentlemen will find inducements
to membership at
THE OZARK SOCIAL CLUB
THOMAS CLINGMAN, Manager
2743 WELTON ST. DENVER, COLO.
First Treatment $1.50 Oil 60 Cents
Other Treatments each $l.OO Discount to Customer
Rates by the Month Treated 10 Cents! 5
Add 3 Cents for Postage
MADAM M. A. HOLLY
Manufacturer oi
Madam Holly’s Wonderful Hair Grower
PHONE YORK 2229 2618 DOWNING STREET
EMMETT WILLIAMS, LUDDY ROSE,
m c-TB The Star Barber Shop
ll Massage and Hair Cuts
A Specialty
GIVE US A TRIAL
hH 1 2232 Larimer St. Dearer, Colo.
EARNEST HOWARD
Carpenter and General Jobbing
PAINTS AND HARDWARE
WOOD. COAL AND EXPRESS
1021 21at Street Phone Champ* 752
CITY
NEWS
Invitations arc out for the Topeka
club's dancing party April 2nd, which
will be the season’s society event.
R. B. Bolden has purchased part in
terest in the Metropolitan pool hall
at 1808 Arapahoe and will be pleased
to have his friends drop in and play
i a social game.
FOR RENT —5-room house with
I bath. 1005 East 26th avenue, $lB. Eb
-1 en M. Hills, 201 California Bldg.
J. J. Houston is taking a month s
vacation, two weeks of which he will
spend in Hot Springs.
Mrs. R. E. Handy entertained at a
' 5 o’clock tea Wednesday, complimen
j tary ti f Mrs. N. Richardson of Topeka.
Mrs. 'Richardson is the guest of Mr.
! and Mrs. Gist.
BEST FOR SKIN DISEASES.
Nearly every skin disease yields
quickly and permaiiently to Bucklen’s
Arnica Salve, and nothing Is better
for burns or bruises. Soothes and
heals. John Deye. of Gladwin, Mich.,
says, after suffering 12 years with
skin ailment and spending S4OO in
doctors' bills, Bucklen’s Arnica Salve
| cured him. It will help you. Only
i 25c. Recommended by all druggists.
Mrs. Georgia Rawlins left on the
17th for Oakland, Calif., called there
i on account of the illness of her sister,
Mrs. Hopkins. Mrs. Rawlins will re
' main with her sister for amonth or
, so. then will go to Long Beach for the
remainder of the season. We wish
her a pleasant journey and hope she
will And her sister recovering.
| Roy Williams of Muskogee, Okla..
I is in the city visiting his parents. Mr.
! and Mrs. C. E. Jackson, of East Col
! fax avenue.
| Eddie Page, the congenial proprie-
I tor of the pool room at Five Points,
has beautified his place of business
I by painting and papering, and invites
] his friends to come down and look
him over.
There will be a Musicale
given under the auspices of
the Colorado Enterprise No.
1 1621, United Order LrueJie
formers, March 24, 1914, at
12630 Welton St. All tickets
sold for Eeb. 24th good for
! March 24. There will l>e 50
or more beautiful and useful
j presents for those who buy a
lucky number —Ticket 5 cts.
, Program will be made up with
some of our best young men
and women. Admission 10c.
Miss Gertrude Berry left Sunday
for Los Angeles, where she wil make
her future home.
Mrs. Ed Smith of Cheyenn* is in
the city visiting her mother, Mrs.
Holley.
It is reported that 35 Pullman port
ers arrived this week from T< \as to
take employment from the Dei er of
fice. There must he area: >n, as
many idle men as there ar* about
S town, we are at aloss to know why
j the Pullman should have to <- ud to
| Texas to get help.
We rent and sell anything from a
STABLE to a MANSION. Brim: your
| business, whether largrf or small. You
will find our service the best The
1 Colored American Loan and Realty
I Co., 913 Twenty-first street.
Hoy Brown, the only colored sign
* writer, whose ad is elsewhere in this
paper, desires your patronage.
A handsome organ can be had for
$lO at 2248 Welton St„ N. Y. ‘•’limit
j ture House.
Mrs. Esther Morris of Denve r has
i decided to remain in Hannibal luring
i March and the ladles will have .in op
! )>ortunity to get their spring millinery
j from one of their own race whi is an
) artist in her line of work.
CARD PARTY.
The Life Line club invites you to
attend a card party at 2942 Ch-narm
place Tuesday evening, March 25. Re
freshments, good music, beautiful
prizes. Admission free.
The Dearfleld settlers are going to
raise some sugar beets themselves. J.
M. Thomas has contracted 10 acres,
W. E. Danforth will plant 10 acres,
Cal Williams 10 acres and J. M. Smith
five acres. If the yield averages ten
tons to the acre they will raise 250
tons, at $5.50 per ton, $1,375.00. They
will tend their own crops, so their ex
pense will be slight, and the sugar
beet, company advances what money
will be needed while crops are ma
turing.
The Widows’ Mutual Aid and Bene
fit club will meet at the home of Mrs.
Slna Walden, 2244 Washington. Mar.
27, 1913. All members are to be re
quested at the literary evening.
Mrs. M. Phillips, president.
Lucy Breidlove, secretary.
PARLEZ VOU8 FRANCAIS?
Parlez voub la langue francaise,
madam et monsieur? In other words,
do you speak French? If not, why
not? French 1b the language of cul
ture and manners. Oh, you society
folk!
Habla listed Espanol? Do you
speak Spanish? Spanish is the most
practical language for an Afro-Amer
ican to learn because all the posses
sions of the U. S. are Spanish speak
ing, all the South American republics,
etc.
Sprechen sie Deutsch? Nein mein
Herr. Do you speak German? No,
sir. Well then, come and see me. I
am prepared to offer you a six weeks
course in any language you deBire.
Terms are reasonable. Three lefc
sohs for one dollar, or the complete
course for eight dollars. Regular
course begins Monday, March 31, and
continues six weeks. I guarantee a
practical speaking knowledge at the
end of that time. Office and class
rooms 2540 Washington avenue.
School of Modern Language Con
versation. C. Durham Campbell, A.
B., instructor.
Colorado Farmers’ Mutual Aid as
sociation will have headquarters with
the Commercial Alliance, 1025 21st.
If you want employment,
list your name with Mrs. C. E.
Jones, who is conducting an
fcmployment Bureau for ex
perienced cooks, maids and
yardmen. No charges unless
employment issecured. Phone
Main 7810. 3763 Franklin St.
Last Saturday afternoon Mrs. Chns.
White entertained a few friends at 5
o’clock dinner in honor of Mrs. New
man of Grand function and Mrs. Ray
mond Anderson, who are leaving for
an indefinite trip to Califorhia. Among
those present were Mesdames Roy
Handy, Morrell Keelan, Chas. Smith
ea, Isabel Stewart, Howard Jenkins,
Dora Jackson and the hostess.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wimms went to
Masters, Colo., Thursday to look for
a homestead claim.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Turner of Clifton,
,\riz., are the house guests of Mr. and
.,lrs. J. Mason on Humboldt street.
Miss Laura Schcrrhornt is seriously
ill this week.
Mrs. Mary Montgomery returned to
the city Monday after an extended
visit to Kans., Kansas
City and Chicago.
Mesdames Ely and Keelan enter
tained at 5 o'clock tea last Friday in
honor of Mrs. Raymond Anderson,
who left Tuesday for California.
Clarence Holmes, the popular young
athlete, received, this week a silver
medal, the reward us winner of sec
ond place in the 440-yaru hurdle race
during the Rocky Mountain indoor
track meet,, held in the Auditorium
March 1.
Mrs. Eugene Carter left Tuesday
night for Vancouver, B. C.
Miss Aeline Campbell of 2835 Stout
street celebrated her seventeenth
birthday Sunday by having 18 of her
young friends present at an informal
birthday party. The house was roy
ally decorated and the young people
had such an enjoyable time that it
can never be forgotten.
FOR RENT — Rooms in modern
house strictly at reasonable rates.
Men preferred. Car service. M. 7349.
2934 Glenarm place. Mrs. Carrie
Woodward.
Mr. P. J. Jackson Is about the
streets with a cane this week; rheum
atism the cause.
•'THE ENGAGED”
A three-act drama, will be repeated
at Bethlehem Baptist church Tues
day evening, April 15th. Mrs. J. Jack
son, director of play.
Blaine Clay is last recruit in the
ranks of Rocky Mountain lodge No. 1,
F. & A. M., taking the third degree
Monday night. E. L. Lightner taking
the first only.
Through the efforts of William
Sprague, Rocky Mountain lodge No.
1, F. & A. M., issued circulars bear
ing proof that the first Grand Master
of Masons was of Ethiopian descent.
All Masons should secure one.
S. H. Tarbet was called to Colorado
Springs Saturday night on account of
the death of his mother. He was ac
companied by his brother.
The Sunshine club met at the home
of Mrs. ’Rachel Butler and elected del
egates for the State Federation, Mrs.
Josie Andrews, Mrs. Wesley Lyons,
Mrs. Raechel L. Butler.
Mrs. M. Barnes, president.
Rachael L. Butler, secretary.
FOR SALE-—Six rooms of elegant
furniture, including diches, at a bar
gain for a quifek sale. Call York 8514.
PHONE MAIN 6123
day on
DOUGLASsfISB
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licihsec LADY ASSISTANT
FRANK ROGERS NUtI SONH
Am. Funeral Director J| m
Ambulanoo and CarrlagM P&rlorf 1830 Arapahoe St.
Furnlahadfa^ —^ —»
J C. MAHfSON, Pm. 6. H. HAMPSOH. Wet-Pm i. T- ntfiim. TIWI
THE ATLAS DRUG COMPANY
DOES THE DRUG AND SODA BUSINESS OF EAST DENVER
WHY? <
Because Our Extensive Stock Enables Us To Wrap Up What You Call For
We Invite Your Suggestion for the Betterment of Our Drug Store
PHONES MAIN 875-895 2701 WELTON ST.
HAMILTON’S
Quality, Service, Accuracy
and Low Prices
“THE BRIGHTEST SPOT AT FIVE POINTS’*
Any MAIN 2305 GETS IT Any
Time Motorcycle Delivery Wl ara
The Hamilton Drug Company
Fiva Point* Branch
New Baxter Hotel 27th and Wei ton
The Colored American Loan & Realty Co.
I CAME TO INSURE Your Property,
»Your Life and Your Household
j. Cere For Your Property, J
ax Rent You a House,
rwT Place Your Money Where You can
JrA Beat 4 per cent.—All the Beaks Pay
Mrif.ur ..oo.c ~M« f Rates are O. IC.
Phone Main 5854. No. 913 Twenty-firat StreaL
A. A. WALLER, Notary Public and Manager.
Come Over to the Cash Grocery and
Market
Where you can get fancy and staple
groceries. Best fresh and cured meats a f
lowest prices. Ranch eggs always on hand.
All canned vegetables 3 for 25c Try ov
salmon 2 for 25c.
get OUR PROFIT-SHARING TICKETS WITS'
EVERY PURCHASE. Orders delivered to all parts of th«
my., (
8. Bchwebel, Prop.
Phone Main .901 190. Arapahoa St,
Locßner*s
Grocery &. Marßet
2046 Arapahoo St.
Fancy and Staple groceries and meat!
of all kinds.
Pint Oaaa in Every Raapect Pennanant and Trandaat
'The Hotel Abyssinia
M* »*»». FRANK M.VKY, Pr^t
Hot ud Cold Bntha Steam Heat
PHQNB MAIN SMI
121 S 1-2 Larimer St 2nd Floor Donvor Colo,
CARL LEMMER
dIALKN IN
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES
Mn». »hi.Mi«, Mh. Ms.
2262 Glanarm PUco ~ —«'*"* , ;ij
HOME MADE LARD and SAUSAGE
PHONE MAIN 7968

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