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| SEEDS
■ Bfy them here. Our stock is
m all fresh. Our garden and
I vegetable seeds are the very
K best obtainable
f PLANT YOUR SWEET PEA SEEDS NOW
f Choice Cut Flowers and Potted Plants
SULLIVAN BIRD STORE
I YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED
634 FIFTEENTH ST.
Phone Main 2488 Near Welton
If. A. GARFIELD. C.A. BRYANT,
President Manager
THE MACEO
Fountain Drinks, Confectionery
and Cigars
Ice Cream Dairy Lunches
2712# Welton Street
Denver, Colorado
MONEY IS WAITING FOR
YOU.
$lO Loans and upward se
cured for salaried employes,
owners of furniture and oth
ers.
$lO loan, return 45c weekly
or si.So monthly
$2O 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 SS.oo monthly
The above paying principal
and interest.
Larger amounts in propor
tion. No other charges.
Call and be convinced.
THE MILLER LOAN CO.
j 404 Quincy Bldg. 4th Floor
1010 17th Street
Phone Champa 177.
fr ' ■
GEO. G. ROSS
t Attorney Cmwmllot At Law
RESIDENCE XS44 TREMONT PLACE
PHONE OUVI IfTA. BEFORE RAM.
PHONE MAIN R7R2
Reel 808 Rlttfidu BMf. Denver
* WM. VOIGTS
jWaftchmaker and Jeweler
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
Silverware, Etc.
FINE REPAIRING of all KIND*
• 1127th STREET
Near W.Hm
©ENVER. COLO
“ PHONE MAIN 8513 7
THE
Sanitary Wet Wash
Laundry
High Grade Work
38 Lbt. Dry Cothes 75 Cents.
Excess Zc per pound
2535-37 Wsikioftos St. Denver Cole
The Cosmopolitan Tailoring Com
pnny will do your cleaning, pressing
anil repnlrlng ns It should bo done
Call Main 7823. 1916 Arapaboo afreet
Grimes and McCain.
The Sunshine Cafe
Meals served all hours
open day and night
Meals 5, 10, 15 and 20 cts.
Jesse Smith, Prop.
1325 21st. St.
NOTICE!
OH, MY I
The Eureka Whist and Soci
al Club will still continue their
Saturady entertainment only from
12 m. to 12 p. m.
Our whist games are grand,
so why not call and join us, after
you get through with your dinner
hes? We can have the loving sea
side or the dreamy waltz,or a two
step; or—
A glass or two—Ohl Do you get
me, Steve?
BRANFORD & BRANCH
Eureka Hall, 2235 Arapahoe St.
NOTICE TO PATRONS AND SUB
SCRIBERS OF THE DENVER
INDEPENDENT.
Owing to the discrepancies found
in the business transactions of the
Denver Independent Pub. Co. and the
books kept by the retiring manage
ment while acting as editor and man
ager, we are compelled to appeal to
all patrons holding receipts for job
work during the years of 1911-12, and
until March 15, 1913, for their imme
diate return. All subscribers, both
foreign and local (especially the for
eign) we appeal to send said company
ALL old receipts given by or under
the retiring management. In order
that no future attempts to collect re
ceipted bills and paid accounts may
be made, and to save all further com
plaints, embarrassments and business
entanglements, we will issue dupli
cate receipts In their stead promptly,
giving full credit and acknowledging
the same. This statement in no way
has reference to nor affects the sub
scribers and patrons of the “Denver
Star.” Send receipts also for the New
Years edition (1911) display of
homes.
Mr. Edward Warfield is quieting his
title to lots 40 to 48, inclusive, block
1, Colfax Avenue subdivision, second
I filing, through his attorney, Geo. G.
Ross.
FOR RENT—Elegant front room in
private family, modern, well fur
nished. suitable for man and wife or
single men. Phone Olive 570. Mrs.
T. S. Clinkscale.
Mr. Slaughter, member of Arapa
hoe iodge. has returned from the hos
pital. he having greatly improved.
The Widows’ Mutual Aid and Ben
< fit club will meet at the home ‘of
Mrs. N. Simpson, 34«»9 Lawrence, on
May S. 1913.
BEST MEDICINE FOR COLDS.
When a druggist recommends a
remedy for colds, throat and lung
troubles, you can feel sure that he
knows what he is talking about. C.
Lower, druggist, ol Marion. Ohio,
writ# a of Dr. King s New Discovery:
1 kt.ow Dr. King s Now Discovery is
•he throat and lung medicine 1
sell. It cured rny wife of n severe
bronchial cold after all other reme
dies failed.” It will do the same for
you if you are suffering with a cold
or any bronchial, throat or lung
cough Keep a bottle on hand all the
time for everyone in the family to
use. It is a home doctor. Price 50c
and 11.00. Guaranteed by all drug
gists.
CLUB NOTES.
The City Federation will moot
Wednesday evening. May 7. at the
home of Mrs. Cooper. 2227 Tremont
place. After the usual business is
transacted the following program will
be rendered:
Song - Onward.
Address. Rev. 11. Brown.
Current Events —Clubs.
Sojourners Truth Club, Miss Ran
dolph, Los Angeles.
Address. Rev. D. Over,
Truthfulness: Its Effect rpon Parent
and Child. Mrs Fife.
The state parliamentarian wishes
all federated clubs to study principal
and main motions during the month
of May.
Send all proposed amendments to
the slate constitution to Mrs. E.
Coens. 2423 Emerson street, not later
than May sth.
Shirt waist ball May 30. Keep off
the date, at Eureka hall.
Mrs. Maymie Clinkscale. daughter
and mother. Mrs. Lewis of Chicago,
stopped over in Denver while en
route home from Los Angeles, Cal.,
whore they have spent the winter,
and were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
T. S. Clinkscale. While In the city
they were given a two hours auto
ride seeing Denver, accompanied by
Mrs. May Clinkscale and Mr. C. R
A.' link scale.
Listen, listen! Don t fail io hear
the ministers of the city in solos,
dueta. orations and addresses, at the
Bethlehem church. Thursday night.
May Bth. Come and enjoy yourselves.
Given under the auspices of the Free
will club, for the small sum of life.
Word has been received by Mrs.
I inn Hayden of the death of her
daughter, Dora Holley, which oc
curred April 29th at Vancouver, 13. C.
The burall wll tuko place at Everett,
Wash.
Will the Denver subscribers of the
Denver Independent who have paid
their subscriptions during any part of
1912, kindly forward us your receipts
and wo will issue a duplicate for the
same. This notice only applies to
Denver subscribers.
The XX. C. Art club heartily thank
the visitors and members of the club
who so ably assisted us in our fish
fry social. We especially thank those
who took part on the program and
the committee on the supper; also
the hostess. Mrs. P. Winters, for the
use of her convenient home. The ef
fort was a successful one. The club
meets next Friday with Mrs. Emmet
Webster. u i
City News
NOTICES TO BE PAID FOR.
Owing to- the increased cost of pub
lication, it becomes necessary to
make a nominal charge of 50c, pay
able in advance, for all Cards of
Thanks, notices of Condolence and
Resolutions. The price of room rent,
ads and other liners that arc run on
a monthly rate of 50c must be paid
in advance as we are unable to carry
them at so small a rate and pay a
collector’s commission. No items of
this nature accepted without a cash
payment. ... . —- »
Mrs. M. J. Mallory and Miss Rosa
lec Rice will spend the summer in
the East.
The trolley ride given by Scott M.
E. church May 31. Fare 25c. Keep
off the date, please.
Mr. George Parsons has been pro
moted to the head waitership at the
Denver club. Mr. Parsons, a Santa
Fe boy. is rapidly pushing himself
forward in the Denver business cir
cles.
The case of Wm. Randolph vs. the
Alpha Realty & Rental Co. is set for
Mav 6 in Division 4 before Judge
Teller.
The Self Improvt-ment club invites
you to attend its last event of this
club year at Colony hall. May 8th.
Admission only 25c. Webster will
furnish the latest music.
Mrs. Eli Burrell has gone to Cali
fornia for the summer.
FOR RENT — Rooms in modern
house strictly at reasonable rates
Men preferred. Car service. M. 7349.
2934 Glenarm place. Mrs. Carrie
Woodward.
The Eureka baseball team beat the
West Denver team 11 to 10 after a
most exciting game. George Parsons
is captain.
CONSTIPATION CURED.
Dr. King's New Life Pills will re
lieve constipation promptly and get
your bowels in healthy condition
ng.-iin. John Supsio. of Sanbury. Pa .
says: ‘ They are the best pills I ever
used, and 1 advise everyone to use
them for constipation, indigestion
and liver complaint." Will help you.
Price 25c. Recommended by all drug
gists.
.Mr. Otis W. Skinner, while enroute
to Kanuorado. Fans., stopped over a
f#»w hours to visit his wife, Mrs. Mary
Thirkles-Skinner.
DONT FORGET THE
SELF INPROVEMENT
CLUBS INFORMAL DANCE
AT OLD COLONY HALL,
NEXT THURSDAY NIGHT.
ADMISSION 25c. Z£L
Mrs. lxjtiie Martin, who has been
visiting in Missouri, Illinois and Kan
sas for the past three months, has re
turned home much delighted by her
trip.
Call on Mrs. Jessie Bryant of 2418
Chamoa street for dressmaking. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. Phone Champa
2247.
Dr. S. A. Huff has moved his rest
dence to 2547 Welton street. His
phone is Main S492.
The National Negro Educational
Congress, whose recording secretary
is Mrs. Julia Embry of Colorado
Springs, has sent us some literature
concerning its object, work and scope.
Wan ter —Man for steady job in
country. Inquire at Colored American
Loan, 913 21st street.
TWO GRAND ENTERTAINMENTS
At Central Baptist church. Thurs
day and Kriui»> nights. May 8 and 9.
given by the church and tiie B. Y P
1*. May 8, program and shot contest
by the young people. May 9. debate;
subject. Are the mental faculties of
the Btu CQuni? This is to be a stun
ner. and more interesting on account
of it being one-sided, it taking 17 men
to outwit one woman. Come early If
you want a seat.
’REV. J. P. PRICE, Pastor.
TYPEWRITING DONE
At this office. Reasonable rates.
Have your business letters and recom
mendations typewritten. It adds dig
nity to the letter.
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to express our thanks to
the friends and neighbors for their
kind assistance, expressions of symp
athy and floral tokens which were
tendered us during our hour of be
reavement.
Allen 8. Britton and Family.
Frederick Fayesed and Daughter.
The Sunshine club will meet with
Mrs. Ratley. 2740 Marlon sireet, ou
Thursday. May 8.
Keep off the date of May 30. Mat
inee dance at Old Colony hall.
The Five Points Hardware Co., an
old patron of this paper, has a new
line of garden tools and hose, fresh
grass s* n and everything to make
the yard a pleasure.
For Rent—Furnished room in mod
ern house. 2045 Stout street. Phone
Main 6S*'. Mrs. Collier.
TAKE IT AWAY.
6-rooit: brick house, with bath, on
car line, only $1,650, and just $150
down, rest like rent. Patrick-Langston
Co., phone York 6514.
FERN HALL FOR RENT.
Mr. Clifford announces that Fern
hall can r*e rented by reliable parties
at reas n oble rates. The hall is one
of the nicest in the city, having ante
rooms and check rooms. Apply to
David Clifford at the Crescent theatre
at Five Points.
YOUR PICTURE TAKEN.
Mr.# Barber, who ranks among the
best photographers in the city, wants
your patronage. He assures you
courteo treatment and excellent
work.j To prove his sincerity he has
two yon:.- colored men. 'Rodger Smith
and Thos Jones, selling photo orders.
Help tl.e boys and show your appreci
ation Ly your patronage. Room 522
Tabor iock.
FOR REN T —Nicely furnished
rooms 'or one or two married couples,
and se- eral gentlemen. Strictly mod
ern house. 2350 Ogden St. Phone
York 5*43. Mrs. A. V. Freeman.
Furnished Rooms —Modern
conveniences; in a private
family. 2447 Tremont Place.
Champa 1S56. Mrs. PerKins.
The contest concert will be given
by the rnation Art club at the res
idence Mrs. Hardy, 2524 Clarkson
! street. May S. A chicken dinner will
i be sen ed for 25c.
C'ub* Nos. 67 and 91 will give a
1 g r ?.~d baby show on May 29, 1913. at
! Shorter church. Presents will be
riven to the two most popular babies.
Look for announcements later.
The Jewel Barber Shop. 1022 10th
. S*. First-class tonsorial artists. G.
B Richardson and D. O. Simpson.
Keep off date April 30.
13 CENTS A DAY BUYS
A PIANO
I With a complete Course of Music
I>».«sons Free. (NOTHING DOWN).
Columbine Music Co., 920-924 15th St.
CHIROPRACTIC PRACTITIONER.
There Is a new science pertaining
to health which is demonstrated by
Mrs. Gtnnis. chiropractic practitioner,
with her offices at 2922 Welton street.
When troubled with any kind of ail
ment. you can avoid medicine and re
pair. health by using her methods.
Appointments made by phone, Main
j 4559.
Anderson & Son, Express,
Coal and Wood. 223Q Wash
ington St. Phone Champa
1174. Residence 2431 Court
PI Denver, Colo.
FREE!
COLORED PEOPLE'S HAIR.
\Y' are the largest manufacturers
of i lorcd people's hair. We make
wit switches, braids, transformation
and all styles of hair that you can
com!' the same as your own. We also
sell straightening combs, hair nets,
anil cut hair by the pound. Our prices
are lower than those quoted else
where. Bend two-cent stamp and we
will send you, absolutely free, our Il
lustrated catalog. Agents wanted.
HUMANIA HAIR COMPANY,
Dept E. 23 Duans St„ Nsw York City
PROF. LINDSY,
Tranea medium; tell the present, past
and future. Flnda everything that 1s
hidden In the earth. 2444 Qlenerm
•treet. *
You Do Want theße^t
Then why not carry your
Health, Accident and
Burial Policy
in the
WESTERN LIFE ACCIDENT COMPANY
To be sure of your insur
ance, insure in this company
it will surely pay. Our pa
trons will bear us out.
(WATCH THIS AD EACH WEEK)
OFFICES 941-2-3-4-5-6 Gas and Electric Bldg. Phone Main 8238
: \ Spend Your Leisure Hours at
[’ A \ The Metropolitan Club
l Vr \ BOLDEN & MARKS. Mgr>.
J POOL AND BILLIARDS
Cigars, Tobacco, Cigarettes, Buffet,
Whist Tables, Etc.
Phone Champa 174 S Baggage Checked Free
1808 ARAPAHOE ST. DENVER, COLO
Mr. George Morrison
TEACHER OF VIOLIN
Studio 4242 Tejon St.
Will Give Lessons at Resi
dence when necessary
Phone Hickory 1418
Phone Main 8305
THE HAM BROWN
COAL COMPANY
! Can save you enough money on your
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 $l.OO
By the Ton $3.90 to $5.60
The Beat Price.
WOOD, 13 LBS. FOR- 10c
1314 21st STREET
LEARN TO BE AN AUTOMOBILE
EXPERT BY MAIL
THE OLDEST, LARGEST ANO 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. l>on‘t delay,
write today for illustrated picture of
school and terms. Majors M. T. C. C.
School. 117 N. Cardinal Ave.. St.
Louis. Mo. W. S. Fearance, Secre
tary; W. L. Majors, President and
Manager.
OFFICE HOURS OFFICE PHONE
10 to 12 a. m. Champa 61S
3 to 5 p. m.
and by appointment
DR. S. A. HUFF
Physician and Surgeon
313 Kittredge Bldg.
Residence
"17 26th St.
Pkanv Main UEKYER, CGLG.
Daniel Sullivan
Candidate for Commissioner of
Public Safety
Guarantees equal rights to all. The candidacy of Sheriff
Sullivan is growing each day in strength, owing to his strong,
fearless manner and conservative consideration giver* the
knotty problems of the social and liquor evils. n ! any
manly interviews in the daily press in exposition of his views
and actions have made thousands of friends for him.
A vote for Daniel Sullivan is a vote for
a man true and tried.
FOR GARDENING
you want good tools if you expert to
raise garden stuff that's respectable.
Our preparations are to your benefit.
We've gotten together a nice lot of
GARDEN TOOLS
and want you to see and buy them.
Spades, shovels, rakes, hose, seeds of
all kinds, and everything else re
quired. For reliable hardware at your
prices come to us and get it.
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 2078.
Western Senor Geo. F. 9mrgmm
of Now York
Wheel Chairs for Sale or Rent
WM. JONES
MAKES or ALL KINDS OF
ORTHOPEDIC APPLIANCES
Trusses, Braces, Abdominal Sipporti
Elastic Hosiery, Cratches, Etc.
Phone Main 7702
60S 14th St. DENVER, COLO
PHONE CHAMPA 1612
E. E. BROWN
COAL, COKE AND
KINILING
Sack or Ton Trade Given
Prompt Attention
2013 ARAPAHOE STREET

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