Houses and Rooms
All “ads” appearing in these columns are at the rate of 5c
per line if run by the issue, or 50c monthly, to be paid
in advance, as we have no collector for this depart
ment. No “ads” taken over the phone.
The Best List In the City to Choose From.
FOR RENT —Unfurnished rooms
for housekeeping, modern, all sunny,
close in, between two car lines. Call
FOR RENT—One large front room
in strictly modern house near car line
at 2926 Glenarm Place. Phone Main
FURNISHED ROOMS Modern,
gentlemen preferred. Near 3 car
lines. Rates reasonable. Mrs. E. W.
Moore, 2329 Lafayette St. York 6342.
Olive 1576, Mrs. M. J. Franklin, mod
ern rooms for rent; nicely furnish
ed. 2450 Tremont Place. i
JOSEPH CARTER—Express, coal
and wood. Phone Main 6544. 2425
Washington St. Prompt delivery.
FOR RENT —Furnished rooms by
day, week or month. Rates reason- .
able. Phone Main 5011. 2347 Arapa
hoe St. Mrs. Person, Prop.
FOR RENT —Furnished rooms at
2045 Arapahoe St. Phone Olive 1115.
Mrs. Delia Evans.
FOR RENT —Rooms in modern
house strictly at reasonable rates.
Men preferred. Car service. M 7349.
2034 Glenarm place. Mrs. Carrie
Nicely furnished rooms in modern
home, with kitchen privileges. Mrs.
Baker, 2456 Glenarm PI. Phone Main
Furnished rooms, permanent and
transient. Hot and cold baths. Main
8034. Mrs. Nancy Johnson, 2209 Wel
FOR RENT —Two furnished rooms;
prices reasonable and modern equip
ments. Miss Blanche Boone, 2549
Clarkson, phone York 6121.
Nicely furnished rooms for rent in
strictly modern house. 2218 Clarkson
street. Phone York 6121.
FOR RENT Neatly furnished
rooms, cheap. 2314 Arapahoe St. Mrs.
Miss Maud Carrie, fashionable
dressmaking, 2609 Lafayette. Phone
FURNISHED ROOMS—Modern con
veniences; in a private family. 2447
Tremont Place. Champa 1856. Mrs.
FOR RENT —Rooms. permanent
and transient. Modern. Board. Phone
1117. 2121 Arrapahoe St. L. P.
WANTED—T. Ernest McClain, A.
B. D. D. S. —Sundays and nights by ]
appointment. Office hours, 8 a. m. to
12 m., 1 p. m. to 6 p. m. Office, 2802 ,
Welton St., Rondelein Bldg., phone
Main 7416. Res., 822 32nd St., phone
The O. K. Barber Shop, 1834 Arapa- 1
hoe St., baths. R. B. Bolden, foreman;
P. L. Caldwell and Ed. Fountain,
prop. Phone Champa 2571.
The Elite Barber Shop and bath
roofns, 1223 19th St. Geo. C. and Lil
lian Sample, props.
The Little Republic Barber Shop,
2208 Larimer. Shave 10c, hair cut 25c,
children 15c. Z. Brickler.
Carrie & Carrie—Tonsorial parlor,
hand and electrical face massage. Call
1831 Arapahoe St., phone, res., York
7335. J. W. Carrie, Sr., and J. W. Car
rie, Jr., props.
Five Points Barber Shop and bath
room, 2727 Welton St:, phone Champa .
471. J. B. Minter, prop.
Anderson & Son, express, coal and
wood, 2239 Washington St., phone
Champa 1174. Residence, 2431 Court
PI., Denver, Colo.
Office phone, Champa 2962.
Address, 1026 19th St.
THE DENVER STAR, f
Nicely furnished rooms in modern \
house, suitable for single or married
persons, $1.50 per week and upward. '
Phone Champa 2619. 2856 Welton St. ,
We rent and sell anything from a
STABLE to a MANSIOtfT Bring your
business, whether large or small. You «
will find our service the best. The
Colored American Loan and Realty
Co., 913 Twenty-first street.
I will sell you the best massage
vibrator, the White Cross, for $lO.OO,
as good as any $25.00 machine made
Call or write to Vibrator Co., 538 14th
Unfurnished rooms, $6, and one fur-
nished room at 2538 Glenarm. place. .
On car line.
Nicely furnished rooms, single or 1
for light housekeeping, in strictly
modern house, $3.50 per week. 2255
Arapahoe street. Phone Champa 1824.
FOR RENT —5-room brick, gas and
bath, $lO. Apply 3937 Franklin. Phone
A suite of rooms, suitable for man
and wife o? two gentlemen, homelike I
place with bath, cheap. Mrs. R. A.
Duncan, 1668 Lafayette staeet. Phone
Nice, clean, airy rooms, strictly
modern house, close in; rooms from
vi.bu up. 2152 Arapahoe. Phone
Main 70U7. Mrs. Lillian Horn, Prop.
FOR RENT —Furnished room, 2602.
Welton street. Gentleman preferred.
Phone Champa 1285. —Adv.
FOR SALE —A 5-lot corner in Uni
versity Park, bargain. Call Main 5554,
The Colored American Loan & Realty
Co., 912 21st St.
An unfurnished room, cheap, for
two ladies at 2360 Tremont place. En
quire after six.—Adv. 6-14-13.
FOR RENT —Nice 4-room house on
St. Paul street, in 1400, modern ex
cept bath; rent $l4. See The Colored
American. Loan & Realty Co., 912
21st St. **
For Rent —Furnished room in mod
ern house, 2045 Stout street. Phone
Main 6851. Mrs. Collier.
FOR RENT —Rooms in a compara
tively new house, newly furnished,
neat and clean. York 2480. 2542
For Rent —Three unfurnished rooms
for light housekeeping, $2.50 a week.
Also one furnished room. 1717 Penn
Ave. Phone Main 3788.
FOR RENT —5-room house with
bath, 1005 East 26th avenue. $lB. Eb
en M. Hills, 201 California Bldg.
For Rent —7-room house, strictly
modern, on car line. Inquire 2631
Humboldt St. Adv. 6-28.
FOR RENT —One large front room
with alcove, suitable for man and
wife or two gentlemen, in a modern
house. Phone York 4632. Mrs. Ma
for rent, permanent and
transient. Dinner from 11 a. m. to
2 p. m. Mrs. T. Anderson, 2148 Cur
FOR RENT —Front room, nicely
furnished in modern house, close In.
*515 Curtis street. Phone Olive 1155.
FOR RENT —Two nicely furnished
front rooms in modern house at 2638
California St. Phone Champa 2614.
J. C. Harris.
FOR RENT —Furnished front room
at 2738 Arapahoe street. Phone
FOR RENT—Furnished rooms In
modern house. Call on Mrs. Edna
dowers 421 25th streeL Phone
FOR RENT —Furnished rooms in
modern house, very close In. 629 22d
»t. Mrs. Sanford, phone Champa 761.
FOR RENT Two unfurnished
rooms for. light housekeeping at 2803
Lawrence. St Strictly modern.
FOR RENT—Furnished rooms at
1121 Arapahoe street Phone Olive
<B6. Mrs. L. P. Holmes.
FOR RENT Neatly rurnlshed
-ooms at 1962 Chamoa street. Very
elean. Mrs. J. Cowden.
FOR RENT —Furnished rooms in
modern house, very convenient, at
2938 Welton street. Phone Main. 6225.
Front room. Mrs. Walker.
FOR RENT —Two furnished rooms
cneap, at 2557 Clarkson street. Mrs.
rooms for rent by day, week or month
with all modern conveniences, at rea
sonable rates. Mrs. Geo. Conway,
Prop., 2600 Lawrence St.
A nice furnished room for rent in
a modern house. Good location, 2607
Glenarm, phone Champa 2423. Mrs. J.
JAMES S. SMALL ROBERT M. SMALL
Eras. RMgr. lankly
Small Bros. PlumblngCo.
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V TELEPHONE 11SS.
LICENSED SEWER LAYERS
1035-1937 Walton Stroot
Decker Light & Fixture
604 15 st.
We Rent ancTSell
Gas Arc Lights
Mantle*, Gas Plates and [
Glas i Ware
FHANE Main 6431 J
NOTED METHODIST LAYMAN.
Career of Dr. John C. Dancy, Church
Extension Society Secretary.
.^Philadelphia.—Hou. John C. Dancy
of this city, secretary of the Church
Extension society of the A. M. E. '/-'on
church. Is one of the most distit'f dsb
ed laymen of the denomination, in the
Zion connection he is regarded as one
of its most distinguished pons and the
most prominent layman in itsJranks
since the days of John C. Price. Dr.
Dancy has had a long and honorable
career, both in the service of his
church nnd his country.
He has attained national prominence
as an orator, and for nine year•; he
was recorder of deeds at Washington,
receiving his appointment under Pres
ident Itoosevelt. He has served in
many useful capacities In the Zion
church with satisfaction to the con
nection. His wide career has embrac
ed many noble endeavors, which have
given him wide experience In the Held
of journalism, education, religion aud
Dr. Dancy was born in Tartar*. N-
C., and was educated in the -public
schools of his native city. He contin
ued his education at Howard univer
sity in Washington. He began hi 9
public career ns priucfpal of the high
school in his native city. He-has also
served as register of deeds of Edge
combe county. N. C.
Shortly after his election to this of
fice he went ns a delegate to the
world’s convention of Good Templars
which met in Liverpool, England.
While abroad he made an extensive
lecture tour through many cities of
England. Scotland. Ireland and W ales.
Returning to America, ta delivered
throughout the country a series of
speeches Jn the interest of the Repub
lican party which brought him wide
notice. He seconded the nomination
of General John A. Logan for vice
president. He was a member of the
Joint commission of reconciliation be
tween the A. M. E. and A. M. E. Zion
churches and also with the C. M. E.
church in 1902. For many years he
was editor of the Star of Zion and the
Quarterly Review. Fie was a delegate
to the ecumenical conferences which
met in Washington in 1891, London In
1901 and in Toronto in 1911. At the
conference in Toronto he presided at
one of the sessions and has the dis
tinction of being the first colored, lay
man to preside over an ecumenical
Dr. Dancy Is a man of distinguished
parts and is constantly in demand ms
lecturer throughout the country. Ills
brilliant career should serve as an in
spiration to the Inspiring youth of the
race. At the last session of the gener
al conference he was elected t> his
present office and has already met
with success in his new field.
ENTHUSIASTIC WORKER FOR
A COLORED REGIMENT.
Military Qualifications of Lee A. Pol
lard of Nsw York
Among the young men wli • will be
prominent In the new regii •nt that
is to be formed In New York is
A. Pollard, one of the most • Merge tic
men of the race. Fie is captain of the
signal corps of the provlsi i il regi
ment organized by Colonel Charles
Fillmore In 1012. After a i slstent
effort on the part of the m* •• iters of
the provisional regiment and the news
papers Governor William :lzer of
New York signed the bill i melding
for a regiment of colored men.
Mr. Pollard was one of the moat en
thusiastic workers for the i>ill, and
when u call was sent out l Major
Fillmore asking for men to form a
provisional regiment with a iew of
becoming a- part of the national guard
Mr. Pollard was among the ilrst to
heed the call, and he did much to In
terest the young men of the race In
the movement. It Is believed that
when the regirpent becomes a part of
the national guard he will remain
head of the signal corps.
Mr. Pollard has had considerable
military training, having passed an ex
amination under the scout < ommlf*
sloners several months ago. He waa
the first colored man in New York and
among the few In the country to re
ceive the commission ns scon t master.
He organized the first boy scout troop
of the race In New York, which hat|
since become an effective movement
among the colored boys. Mr. Pollard
has made a study of the signal serv
ice and Is well versed in thnt ranch.
He has taken the first aid to injured
and kindred courses thnt will bo use
ful to him In the regiment. lie la an
expert chauffeur and mnehinisfc and
opened the first automobile school for
the training of young men ns chauf
He Is n member of the Youn,- Hen*#
Christian association and kindred or
ganizations. He was born in Rich
mond. Va.. and was educated In Its
He Is the son of William S. Pollard,
one of the loading contractors of Rich
mond. Ho has been a resident of New
York since 1899. He studicti under
Professor .1. D. Flleen with a view of
entering Harvard university, but aban
doned his college career to enter busi
Supervisor of Rural Mail Delivery.
The contract for carrying the Unit
ed States mull from Glasgow, ICy. f to
Burksville. in the same state. Is under
the supervision of the non. Sherman
Cheeks, nn Afro-American of thrift
and ambition Mr. Cheeks has a am
ber of assistants, all of his own rove,
to distribute the mall in the rural'Ak
Conference at Little Reck Per Benefit
of the Colored Youth.
Little Rock, Ark.—The educators of
Little Rock, assisted by the teachers
In all parts of the state, are prepariag
to make the coming session of the Na
tional Association of the Teachers of
Colored Youth the greatest session In
Its history. The Little Rock teachers
are thoroughly organized, and commit
tees have been named and are at work.
Dr. Joseph A.. Booker, president of
the Arkansas Baptist college, in refer
ring to the meeting recently said: “I
know of no meeting to be held this
summer that is of more importance to
our people and means more to us;
hence all of the citizens are joining the
teachers In preparing to entertain our
“We are coming together for the pur
pose of discussing the methods of
reaching our youth and to stir in them
in Interest In education. We believe
that there is a possibility for our
young people, but they need encourage
ment from somewhere, and to that end
we are now working."
you want good tools It you expect to
raise garden stuff that’s respectable.
Our preparations are to your benefit.
We've gotten together a nice lot of
and want you to see and buy them.
Spades, shovels, rakes, hose, seeds of
all kinds, and everything else le
quired. For reliable hardware at your
prlceB come to us and get It.
WE ALSO CARRY
We also have a tin Bhop. and do all
kinds of house guttering, furnace
and tin work at right prices.
HVE POINTS HDW. CO.
2643 Welton St.
Phone Champa 20/8.
FOR RENT. Furnished
Rooms in modern house. 1923
Clarkson Street. Mrs.
Mmc. M. L. JOHNSON
GEADUiTR SCALP SP8CUL1ST i»
* HAIR GULTDRIST •
VuteKf, Flow, Safe Hoop mt ScMHk
The above cut represents Moss. John
son ss she Is today, with her own NAT
URAL HAIR cultivated by the use of
our own Hair Remedies. She can do for
yon what aha has done for herself and
thousands of others in every part of this
country, s m
Use Johnson's Hair Food, for growing
Hair on bald heads and bare temples. It
makes hard, dry hair; soft, moist, glossy
and luzurient. Per Jar, 60c.
Use Johnson's Hair Grower, for Invig
orating, Strengthening, Nourishing the
Roots and Stimulating the Hair growth.
Per Bottle 60c.
Use Johnson's Dandruff Cure. It cleans
the Scalp of gum, grit, dandruff,' scales
and dirt, and leaves it healthy and pure.
Use Johnson's Itch Cure. It will stop
that Itching Scalp. Per Jar 26c.
Usa Johnson’s Shampoo Cream, for
ahampooing tha scalp and hair. It clean
ses aad beautifies. Par Jar 26c.
* Use Johnson's Medicated Soep, fer the
COinplexioa, shaving, shampolng and
akin dlaeases. Per Cake, 26c.
Use Johnson's Cream of Camphor. It
beautifies the face, hands and neck. Re
lieves headache and neuralgia and will
gradually lighten the akin. Per BoL 60c.
Use Johnson’s Sure Hair Dye. Changes
the grayest hair dark after a few applica
tion*. Per Bottle, $1.00
Wo an the Pioneer manufacturers of
Scientific Hair Preparation# in the United
State*. We alto make Wigs, Switches,
Pomps, Coronet Braids, Puffs and front
Parts to match your hair. Bast work
manship. Lowest prices.
Send 10c for a large sample jar of John
son's Hair Food and terms to Agents.
Writs your letter to ,
II. V.MUMIQK JOHISON)
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An* Mlf jnnm j
Concert and Dance
Secretary, MISS DOROTHY A. DeREAL
1154 ARAPAHOE St.
PHONE CHAMPA 2470
PHONE YORK 3597
FOR ALL OCCASIONS
EMMETT WEBSTER • Manager
25 POMADE FOR THE HAIR c
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We wish to advise our friends and customers that we have a full £
W line of Toilet Preparations, Perfumes, Manicure Supplies, Brushes C
Qt every description, Toilet Soaps, Cutlery, etc. P
q The Denver Barber Supply Co. §
U 1527 Glenarm Street h
Phone Main 7221 Denver, Colorado a
2 • j;
g POMADE FOR THE HAIR 5
The Five Points Creamery Makes'the
Best Cream in the City, and retails it
at $ 1.25 per gallon. Special Rates to
Organizations and Churches.
Phone us. We will promptly.
817 E.’26th Ave. Phone Main 4395
The Name of that Good Gin Is
[MADE IN UNITED STATES
E. WILLIAMS, Mgr.
Strictly Modem, First Class in Every Respect
Neat, Clean Rooms at Reasonable Prices. 1822 Arapahoe St.
Horn* Adornment had Itt first expretalon in wall
hangings which consisted of skins and other trophies mK^
Samples from this well known, reliable house, will yHKjSjlpf
; jbe brought to your home, for inspection in the rooms BMllSjij
jsJUfcNM to be papered, the only satisfactory way to make a I
LARGE ASSORTMENT POPULAR PRICES
1853 Lessrence St. Pheoe Mem <l/1 er 5341
Prof. Lindsy, trance me
dium and Spiritualist, tells
the present, past and future.
From Councd Bluffs.
2444 Glenarm St.
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