A merchant to succeed must aim to expand his business and
2£his ideas. The two are necessary compliments to each
1 other and should go hand in hand, consequently the
Progressive and Practical man of affairs of this
age is continually on the watch for new
' ideas and unexplored territories for the
introduction of his commodities.
' --••ca ,
AH merchants and business men whose “ad" appeais it this
directory cater to your patronage. Give it to them and
say you saw their “ad” in The Denver Star. It en
courages them to advertise in our race papers.
Those who don’t advertise for your busi
ness, either don’t care for it or feel that
they will get it without solicitation.
Oliver Hardwick, aland 27th and Wei
ton St. Phones Main 875, 895.
Little Republic—22oB Larimer St.
Carrie & Carrie —1831 Arapahoe.
The Jewell—lo 22 19th St.
T) K. Shop—lB34 Arapahoe.
Elite—l 223 19th SL
Five Points Shop—273l Welton.
O. C. Goens—l226 18th St.
The Star —2232 Larimer.
Montreal —1916 Arapahoe.
Sterns—looB 19th B*.
r Holmes —2121 Arapahoe.
Sunshine—l32s 21st SL
Barnes —2741 Welton.
Little Savoy—2634 State SL, Chicago.
Sullivan Bird & Seed Store —534 15th
Ernest Howard —-1021 21st St.
COAL, FEED AND EXPRESS.
Anderson —2239 Washington.
T. E. McClain—2Bo2 Welton.
Swlgert Bros. —1550 California.
The Maceo—27ls Welton.
Rice A Rice—2632 Welton.
Five Points Creamery—Bl7 E. 26th
White Swan —27th and Welton, Baxter
Champa Pharmacy—2Qth A Champa.
Parlslenne —Monday nights. Fern hall.
Furniture and repairing.
J. H. Biggins—l4l7 E. 24th Ave.
New York Furniture —2248-Welton.
The Welton Street Fur. C0.—2(21
GROCERIES AND MARKETS.
Vfalter East —2300 lArlmer.
W.m Pace —2824 Welton.
Five Points H. C 0.—2643 Welton.
Mrs. Simpson—l7 E. 10th St.
Madam Holly—26lB Downing.
Sylvian. New York City— DepL E. 22,
Ozonized Ox Marrow —232 W. Lake St.
Pope-Turnbo—3loo Pine St., St. Louis
Mne. M. L. Johnson —681 Shawmut
M. Cowden—l2l9 21st St.
The Leader —2108 Larimer.
• Tell the story of the care
you give them. : Don't ”
• take chances; those head.
aches, that nervousness,
and many other com
• plaints, all come from
eye strain. : A scientific At
examination and good B|
glasses will bring relief. ”
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MAKES THE SKIN WHITER IMMEDIATELY
UPON APPLICATION. WEJ. NOT IMITATE
THE MOST DELICATE SKIN. UNEXCELLED
FOR ECZEMA. SALT RHEUM. PIMPLES,
ROUGH EMM ANO FRECKLES.* **
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mTtHE ozonized ox MARROW CO.
MIUSKI stCdhwt mo cmCAWMU.
_ aCCNTB WANTED.
S. H. Tarbet & Co., Men-of
all-work, paper hanging, cal
dmining, furnace cleaning
, and repairing. All kinds of
‘ job work done. Phone Cham*
Union Health & Accident Co. —Central
Natl. Bank Bldg.
Western Life & Accident Co. —Gas &
LOANS AND REAL ESTATE.
Colored American —913 21st St.
A. J. Arfsten —2945 I-arimer.
Miller Loan —404 Quincy Bldg.
George G. Ross —209 Klttredge Bldg.
W. B. Townsend —313 Klttredge Bldg.
C. F. Holmes. Jr—2l39 Curtis SL
Zang B. Co. —Phone Gallup 395.
J. B. Oglesby—26o2 ».elton.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
S. A. Huff—3l3 Klttredge Bldg.
P. E. Spratlin—Good Block.
Justlana Ford—233s Arapahoe.
Webster —Phone York 3597.
Ideal—lls4 Broadway. „
Wm. Jones —808 14th St.
HALLS FOR RENT.
Eureka —2235 Arapahoe.
Fern —2711 Welton.
LIGHT AND FIXTURES.
Decker £ C 0.—604 15th SL
New Way—lBs7 Champa.
Larson —613 22nd Ave.
MOVING AND STORAGE.
1. M. Thomas—2s4l Welton.
POOL AND BILLIARDS.
Ed Page—27lo Welton.
Oxark Club—2743 Welton.
George Morrison, Violin —4242 Tejon
Harrison Miller. Voice —2439 Ogden.
Douglas C 0.—1830 Arapahoe.
A. M. I.awhorn —192 i Arapabo %
Wm. Volghts—6ll 27th St.
» WET WASH.
Roy Brown —2807 Welton.
Mrs. McGinnis—2922 Welto
M. Silverman—l 626 E. 25th Are.
SPEND YOUR HONEY WITH
THE COLORED GROCERY
2824 WELTON STREET
Groceries and |
First Class Goofs. [Cash Prices
1214 19th St.l
“Friday,” The Champion Boot Black
will not only be there
P ridays but every day
Cigars and Tobacco
GEO. CONWAY, Prop.
“After four In our family had died
of consumption 1 was taken with
a frightful cough and lung trouble,
but my Ufa was saved anal gained
87 pound* through using
Wa&Potteraoih, Wellington,, Ty,
ZION HONORS DR. BOLDEN.
Energetic Young Minister Goes to
Switzerland at Church's Behest.
New York.—ltev. Dr. It. M. Bolden,
one of the most prominent of the Zion
churchmen and for four years pastor
of the Mother Zion A. M. E. church in
this city, has been appointed us a dele
gate to represent the Zion church of
America at the seventh world’s Sun
day school convention to be held in
Eurlch, Switzerland, July 8 to 15.
Dr. Bolden bus been granted a six
ty-five days’ leave of absence from bis
church. He sailed for London Satur
day, June 21. Before returning to
America Dr. Bolden will visit Geneva,
Genoa, Florence. Home, Venice. Ber
lin, Antwerp, Brussels and The Hague.
The selection of Dr. Bolden to repre
sent his connection at this great gather
ing is a signal honor for the young
pastor, who has made such a com
mendable and distinct record as a pas
tor in this city.
Mother Zlqp church is proud of the
honor that has come to its pastor, and
tho congregation has assumed the en
tire responsibility of the expense of
the trip. Dr. Bolden has maintained
the high standard which the Mother
Zion church has held in the connection
for many years. He has taken in the
the church over 500 members and has
raised In collections for the support
of the church $25,000.
The church has under -Its control
property valued at $275,000, all of
which was secured under the pastorate
The church is well organized and Is
the pride of the Zlonltes. Dr. Bolden
Is one of the most energetic men In
the ministry here and is ever ready to
encourage and help the young men of
his church. He has been the means
of inspiring many of them to enter
the ministry. He Is a strong and force
ful preacher. He is a graduate of Llv
lngstone college, the connectional
school In Salisbury. N. C.
Mother Zion church, which was
founded 117 years ago. Vs one of the
most historic church Institutions of
the race and has back of it a long and
interesting history. Around the church
has grown up a most worthy tradition,
and tho church has been the means of
Inspiring many of the well known pro
fessional people on the beginning of
The church was founded in 1797 by s
committee of nine pioneer religious
workers of the race, who withdrew
from the White M. E. church. The
first service was held in Miller’s cabi
Afterward the first trustees of the
church were granted a corporate char
ter under the Zion A. M. E. church In
New York. In 1800 the general con
ference made the name “Zion” part of
the corporate title. The growth of
the church necessitated Its moving to
larger quarters. It Is now located In
Its handsome new home, with every
convenience, on West Eighty-ninth
UTOPIA NEIGHBORHOOD CLUB
MAKES ITS ANNUAL REPORT
RaitH Larga Sum and Aida Many
Naady Paraana In Naw Yarfc.
The Utopia Neighborhood dab In
New York was organised In Novem
ber, 1011. The object of the dub Is to
do social settlement work generally
among the people of the community
and city. It haa concerned Itself for
the paat year with raising funds in aid
of the movement to establish a home
for delinquent colored girls. The club
had a small beginning, but haa stead
ily grown In membership and useful
Meetings are held weekly on Monday
evening. The meetings are divided
Into two groups or classes, business
and social. At the June business
meeting the annual report was made
public. It showed a membership of
aeventy-flve active persons, who are
constantly working for the relief of
the masses in the thickly settled sec
tions of the dty. Their efforts have
not been confined to their own race
alone, but to the white people of the
community* ns well.
The report also showed that the or
ganisation has given assistance to
twenty needy persons, secured homes
for two Infants and raised the sum of
$1,070 toward the delinquent home
fund. The money was placed with
the National Lcngtie on Urban Condi
tions. of which Dr. George E. Haynes
of Fisk university Is chief director, i
assisted by Professor Eugene Kinckle !
Jones, who has charge of the work at I
the league’s headquarters on West!
Fortieth street. New York.
The officers of the Utopia Neighbor
hood club are greatly encouraged over
the success of the work and are plan
ning for an active campaign the com
ing fall. The general officers of the
club are: Mrs. A. S. Reed, president:
Mrs. Ella McCall, vice president; Mrs.
Prince D. Smith, corresponding secre
tary; Mrs. William H. Tyers. financial
secretary; Mrs. C. Franklin Taylor,
treasurer, and Mrs. Mary E. Terrell,
Bessemer's Thrifty Business Man.
The Grand Benevolent association in
Bessemer. Ain., Is engaged In an en
thusiastic membership campaign. The
organisation Is proving Us right to ex
ist by the actual good which It is
accomplishing for and among the
masses of our people In various parts
of the south. Grand Master J. F. Thom
as Is one of the most thrifty business
men In his town and knows how to get
results. The grand lodge of the order
will hold Us annua! meeting in .Merid
ian. Miss., beginning the second Tues
day In November,
State of Colorado,
City and County of Denver.
In the District Court within and for
the City and County of Denver, Colo
W. A. Jones, A. A. Waller and H. J.
M. Brown, doing business under the
name and style of The Colored
American Loan and Realty Co., a
C. E. Griffith, Defendant.
Under and by virtue of a decrdfTand
order of sale entered in the District
Court in and for the City and County
of Denver, Colorado, on the 7th day of
July, A. D. 1913, wherein it is decreed
that there is due the above named
plaintiffs, W. A. Jones, A. A. Waller
and H. J. M. Brown, doing business
under the name and style of The Col
ored American Loan and Realty Co., a
co-partne rship, from the above named
defendant, C. E. Griffith, on a certain
note and trust deed, the sum of two
hundred six and 86/100 dollars
($206.8<>, and in and by virtue of said
decree and order of sale, I, the under
signed, Alexander Nisbet. Commis
sioner of Safety, ex-Officio, Sheriff,
City and County of Denver, am au
thorised directed and empowered to
expose f‘>r sale certain property here
inafter described, at public auction,
after feiving notice of the time and
place j of said sale according to the
course and practice of the law relative
to sale ; of real estate under execu
tion, for the purpose of realizing the
amount so found due the plaintiff as
aforesa.d. with interest, costs, dis
bursements and commissions on said
Now. therefore, public notice is
given t: I will, on Tuesday, the 19th
day of August, A. D. 1913. at the hour
of ten clock in the forenoon of tnat
day, at the Tremont street front door
to the County Court House, in the
city of I k-nver. City and Counay of
Denver and State of Colorado, sell
and dfc se of the property, lying and
being i: r he City and County of Den
ver, St. v of Colorado, and known and
descrll ■! as follows:
Lots Nine (9) and Ten (10), in
Block' Twenty-eight (28), Broadway
Height', Second Filing, at public auc
tion, for cash in hand, to the highest
and tw bidder.
Date at Denver, Colorado, this
16th day of July. A. D. 1913.
Commissioner of Safety,
Ex-OffT io Sheriff, City and County of
By JCHARLES T. LINTON. Deputy.
First ; ublication July 19th. 1913.
Last blication. August 16th. 1913.
GEO. G. ROSS.
\ttorney for the Plaintiffs.
The oniing of Bishop H. B. Parks, !
whose * ioquence places him among
the )*'• speakers of the country, is
looked ‘ >rward to with much interest.
He wii. be at Payne Chapel next Mon
day night and will speak on the sub
jo. • ■'Will the Negro Make Good in
Miss Tillman, a teacher from Chat
tanooga, Tenn., arrived in the city
last week to spend a while with her
father. Rev. W. H. Tillman. She is
a mathematician of more than ordi
! nar> mention. She is stopping with
Mrs Clara Banks.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Parsons and
children went to Payton Monday to
i visr Mr. Henry Cornell before return
ing to their home in Santa Fe, N. M.,
the latter part of the week.
Mr. J. A. Mason arrived from Kan
sas City Monday and is stopping with
Mrs Jennie Henderson.
Mrs. Anna Jones is down from Crip
i rle 'reek and is with Mrs. Martha
Miss Marguerite Graves of Denver,
i who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs.
| 7. Stanback and Mrs. Edith Brummel
I of this city, returned to her home on
I Mr. Dukes of Oklahoma City came
| to the Springs Friday and is with Mrs.
J. 1.- wl*.
Mrs. M. Stephens of Oklahoma City,
i Mrs Alice Rainey. Miss Eva Cowen
and Mrs. M. Jefferson, all of Fort
Wcrrh, Texas, are new arrivals in the
city ind have taken rooms with Mrs.
Jennie Henderson for the.summer.
Mrs. Bruce Johnson of Grand Junc
tion is visiting Mrs. M. Lyle.
Rev. M. M. Jefferson, Mrs. Mattie
l.an ford and Mrs. Chas. Holmes have
been appointed delegates to the Negro
Kriurational Congress which meets in
Kansas City this week.
The Grand Lodge of U. B. F.’s and
S M. T.*s convened here three days
this week. There was quite a large
at* lance and the sessions were in
The. concert given at People’s M. E.
Church last Thursday night by Mrs.
H. ( . Davis and Miss Cora Alexander
was a decided success from avery
poim of view. A feature of the even
in: as the excellent rendition of sev
eral >ass solos by Mr. Haley of Texas.
Q ts a number or young people in-!
rim ■' <! in a hay rack ride to StraUon !
Park Thursday night.
Mrs, C. F. Brown of Hot Springs.!
Ark. Miss Josie Jackson of Muskogee,
Alice Henderson of Kansas City,
Kan . and Mr. Al. R. Hopkins of
Omaha. are domiciled at the popular
For kins" for the summer.
The Missionary Alliance held a very
intor. sting meeting at St. John’s Bap
tist Church Sunday afternoon at 3:00
The Misses Hattie and Mayme
Boyer charmingly entertained the
tourists st the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. H. A. Perkins Friday evening.
The Treble Clef met with Mrs. M.
L. Davis Tuesday night and rehearsed
a number of songs.
The time for turning in the funds
coll* cted on the embroidered lunch
cloth given by Mrs. Florence Cooper
of Denver for the Colored Orphanage
and Old Ladies’ Home at Pueblo, has
boon extended to July 22nd. Official
notice, has been received ta that ef
fort. It is hoped that the club wo
men will.kelp those who are soliciting
for this.Piece and aid a most worthy
CARL LEMMER »
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES
- Masts, Vmmin. PMtt, Eta.
2 Glenann Place
HOME MADE LARD and SAUSAGE
PHONE MAIN 7968
MONEY TO LOAN-CHATTELS
ONE MONTH’sIiiTEREST free
We loen lots of money to anybody, like $lO, $l5, $2O, $25, $3O, $4O,
$5O, $65, $75, $9O, $lOO or more, on your furniture, pianos, sewing ma
chines, ranges, teams, cattle, dairies, farm implements, store fixtures,
income lands, lots, or anything else of value, all left in your oossession;
very secret, private and quick; in one hour all done; plenty clerks and
auto go any place.
A. J. ARFSTEN
Phone Main 1083—Office Honrs 10 a. m. to 3 p. ra.—2945 Larimer St.
JVUSS M. COWDEN
Hair Dressing Parlors
Shampooing, cutting and curling.
All hair work made to order. Hair
tonics, scalp treatments, manicuring;
stage wigs for rent for theatrical use
or mask balls. Cheapest switches, 50
cents. Goods delivered out of the city.
Phone Champa 1981.
1219 21st Street Denver, Colo.
We are now pleased to announce to
the public that we are located at our
new home, 2108 Larimer street, in
quarters more commodious and con
venient. We have an especially fine
line of hair goods and toilet acces
sories. Hair dressing according to
the latest modes. A call is all we
ask, as we are sure we can please
HALLOWELL AND JOHNSON
Mrs. Viola Johnson. Prop.
J. R. Hallowell, Manager
Res. Phone Champa 1536 Business Phone'Main 1382
Clarence F. Holmes, Jr.
Agent for Denver Grocery, Wine and Liquor Department
Highest Grade of Stock at Very Lowest Prices
Will call and show you samples
24 Pints Tivoli Beer - - $l.lO
TRUNKS EXPRESS MOVING
THE LITTLE COTTAGE COAL CO.
Phone Main 8314 R. E. NORRIS Quick Service
COAL WE ca mon^ e you COAL
Northern Lump, per Ton $4 50 500 lbs. Lignite Lump $1 40
“ Half Ton 240 . Coal 25c a Sack, 5 Sacks 100
500 lbs. Hard Nut 140 Biggest Sack of Wood in Town
500 lbs. Hard Lump 1 65 10c
1117 22nd Street, Between Arapahoe and Lawrence
I ' . Fall Line of Cigar* and Tokacee
(E Free Cheek Room
■ ORAN C GOENS
1 BARBER SHOP
tkj AND BATH ROOMS
■J Artesian Water Used Firl—i.tly
■■ Basement Entrance far Ladhs
me EIGHTEENTH STRUTT
PHONE MAIN 86q8
Morcom Fuel and Feed Company
SETH HOFFMAN. Prop.
Coal, Wood, Coke, Hay and Grain
Coal by Sack or Ton, Kindling
Office, 2807 Wclton St* Denver, Colorado
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