Buy them here. Our stock is
j |II fresh. Our garden and
vegetable seeds are the very
PLANT YOUR SWEET PEA SEEDS NOW
CLoiet Cat Flawcri ut Potted Plants
SULLIVAN BIRD STORE
YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED
63* FIFTEENTH ST. '
Phona Main 2488 Naar Walton
MONEY IS WAITING FOR
810 Loans and upward so
cured for salaried employes,
•owners of furniture and oth
sio loan, return 45c weekly
or si.lo monthly
sao loan, return 90c weekly
or $3.60 monthly
830 loan, return $1:35 weekly
or $5.40 monthly
$5O loan, return $l.OO weekly,
or IS. OO monthly
The above paying principal
Larger amounts in propor
tion. No other charges. r
Call and be convinced.
/ THE MILLER LOAN CO
404 Quincy Bldg. 4th Floor
1010 17th Street
Phone Champa 177.
GEO. G. ROSS
Attmty a mi CouselW At Law
RESIDENCE 2544 TREMONT PLAGE
RHONE OLIVE I 87». BEFORE 8 A.M.
fMONE MAIN 8788
Haai 808 EHtralM BMg. Daavar
Matchmaker and Jawalar
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
PHI REPAIRINO of all KINDS
•St 27th STRKCT
9 Nmt W.ltM
PHONE MAIN 8513 ;
Sanitary Wet Wash
High Grada Work
35 Lks. Dry Cstkss 75 Celts.
Eiceet 2c per psead
1535-37 Waikisftoe St- Dearer Cek
The Sunshine Cafe
Meal s served all hours
open day and night
Meals 5, 10, 15 and 20 cts.
Jesse Smith, Prop.
1325 21st. St.
OFFICE HOURS OFFICE HONE
10 to 12 a. m. Champa 618
3 to 5 p. sn.
and by appointment
DR. S. A. HUFF
Physician and Surgeon
313 Kittredse Bldg.
2:47 Welton St.
Pl.x. Mail M» DENVER, COLO.
Mr. George Morrison
TEACHER OF VIOLIN
Studio 4242 Tejon St.
Will Give Lessons at Ifesi
dence when necessary
Phone Hickory 1418
I. M. NICKERSON
Contractor and Bulldor
Job Work a Specialty, Esti
mates Made Free, Glazing,
Funiture Repaired, Upholster
ing, Locks and Keys Fitted,
Builders Hardware, Cement
Work, Brick and Carpenter
k Phase Mats 1682 2218 Chsnph St.
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 are 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
SECRETARY CHOSEN FOR COL
ORED MEN’S DEPARTMENT
Y. M. C. A.
At a meeting held Tuesday night
•he directors of the Denver Y. M. C.
A. approved the call extended by the
Committee of Management of the
Colored Men’s Department of the Y.
M C. A. to Mr. Earnest R. McKinney,
of- \\ ashington. D. C.. to become sec*-
rptar> of that department.
Y»r. McKinney was warmly recoin
n ended by International Secretary J.
E. Moorland. He has recently grad
i noted from Oberlin College and is a
I > jt'.ng man of excellent 'personality
; i’d gcod appearance. He lias had
Icour iderahle experience in Y. M. C.
A. work and as director of Hoys’
Clubs. It is expected that Mr. Me
j Kinney will reach Denver some time
before the first of October. loiter
i announcement will be made as to the
! exact date of his arrival.
The Committee of Management no**
: ! ropose to push vigorously the estai>-
hshPiCnt of the Colored Men's De
j partnient. Just as soon as outstaud
i lug suhcsrpltions can be collected
, steps will be taken to open quarters
which will he fitted up in an attract
ive way. These quarters, it is ex
t petted, will speedily become the so
* rial and religious headquarters of
I Denver’s colored men.
The Committee of Management
earnestly request all who have* made
subscriptions to arrange to make pay
ment of same immediately so that
' the work may go forward without any
j further delay
COMING, COMING. COMING.
The musical and literary treat that
promises to eclipse any effort of the
1 season, under the auspices of the
. Combination, Concentration. 60 Opera
i tion Club, in the interest of New Zion
! Baptist church, at People’s Taber
nacle. at 20th and Lawrence Sts.,
1 Sept. 30. Admission 25c and 50c.—
Robert J. Sanford died at 2350
Champa street Thursday morning. He
vas formerly of Chattanooga. Tenn.
Funeral notice later.
FOR RENT- Throe roms. upstairs,
furnished or unfurnished, suitable for
man and wife; very reasonable. 34f*S
SPECIAL MEETING OF STOCK
HOLDERS OF THE GOLDEN
CHEST MINING. MILLING AND
Notice is hereby given that there
will be a. special meeting of the
stockholders of the Golden Chest Min
ing. Milling and Tunnel Company at
its office. 31 Good block. Sixteenth
and street. Denver. Colorado,
on Wednesday. September 21th. 191.1,
at 2 o’clock in the afternoon, for the
purpose of electing seven directors to
mating, the affairs of said company
and to transact such other business
ns may come before the meeting.
P. E. SPRAT LIN, Secy.
..NO ATTENTION WILL BE paid to
news coming from cities where wo
have a correspondent, unless it comes
through the correspondent. Other
wise articles must be paid.
Man wishes a neat, intelligent girl
to go in company at leisure. Partic
ulars can be given. Address G. C.
\V.. 252 S California St., or phone Olivo
612 after 6 p. m.
Dr. Weitbrook, office 29 Good block,
office phone Main 1433. Residence 265
King St- Residence phone South 2068.
Spokane. Wash.. Aug. 4. 1913.
The Union Health and Accident Co..
I a mplensed to acknowledge receipt
of your prompt remittance of check
for $116.70, Indemnity for my -claim.
I am, Yours truly.
GEORGE O. HANSON.
Up-to-date Music and Har
mony furnished for all
CEO. MORRISON, Diractor and Mgr
Phone Hickory 1418
4242 Tejon St. Denver
A WIFE _
Must be between 17 and 3(V years
old, complexion not considered; must
weigh between 90 and 200 pounds;
must be a good cook, a lover of good
clothes and one that will insist on
living in a house either sold or rented
by the Patrick-Langston Realty Co.,
whole phone is York 6514.
Geo. C. King and wife, of Logans*
port, Ind., are guests at the home of
their daughter, Mrs. Lottie Banks,
3061 South Williams street.
Mrs. R. A. Bourner of Seattle.
Wash., Vas in the city last week vis
iting .Mr and Mrs. Edward Johnson.
She left Tuesday evening en route to
Baptist convention in Nashville,
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E.
Langston last Tuesday, a little soldier
boy, carrying ten pounds of weight,
mother and the little veteran are do
WIFE OF WELL-KNOWN PIONEER
The many friends of Denver were
grieved to learn the news of the
death of Mrs. Katie .Mullins, wife of
A. J. Mullins, who passed away Sat
urday. C:3n p. m.. Sept. 6, after an
illness of several. She was 44 years
old, was born in Columbia, Mo. Be
sides a husband she leaves to mourn
two devoted children, two sisters,
two brothers and a host of friends
here and in Missouri. She was a
member of Central Baptist church,
from which the funeral was held
Wednesday. 2:00 p. in. Interment at
Riverside. Services conducted by
Rev. Price, assisted by Rev Re\noids.
The man> floral offerings received
denoted the esteem in which she was
held in the community. No woman
in private life so possessed the hearts
of all around her. She 'vas always
sincere and true, a loving wife, a
devoted mother. Death came not un
locked for. though it came even then
as a shock to the fast and faithful
friend* who stood by until the last.
“Her court was pure
Her life serene.
God gave her peace.
“Mother,” wife and friend.
MRS. R. D. PORTER.
A chicken dinner and fish fry will
he given Saturday. Sept. 13, at *.‘S31
California street, from 11:30 a. m to
11:3d p. ni . by Clubs Nos. 93 and 96.
All are cordially Invited.
In memory of dear wife, mother,
sister, Mrs. Ella N. Crosby-Ward, who
left earth’s cares and sorrows Sept.
"Gone but not forgotten.
We love her still "
Rev. A. M. Ward. Waymnn. Vera
and Vergil Ward, Howard K. Ward.
F. T. BRUCE,
Oldest Odil bellow in the West. Father of Grand Lodge,
A charming compliment to Mrs. W.
R. Carter of Topeka was the delight
ful breakfast of elegant appointments
over which Mrs. Geo. W. Brooks pre
sided Wednesday morning. The dec
orations were artistically carried out
in the flowers, place cards and can
dies. | Covers were placed for eight.
Mrs. Phenix, mother of Mrs. W. R.
Herndon of Gaylord street, who has
been visiting Denver for the past
three weeks, left Wednesday night
for Kansas City. Mo.
L. C. Connell, deputy D. D. of R.
Arch Masons and H. R. Butler, D. D..
of Knight Templars, went to Colorado
Springs Wednesday, Sept. 10, and in
stalled Cascade Commandery of that
THE -VENUS SPRAY”
\ Is the -ery latest addition to the bath
room necessities, it does away with
the a noyance of rubber tubing and
curtail s. or splashing the walls and
floors It is a small contrivance, full
! of small holes in the front, with a
cup-shape bottom and fastens to the
’ faucet in such a manner as to spray
direct to the front and on a level
with t< of the tub. A tablet is placed
E in tl* ottom. which dissolves and
enabh s one to enjoy the following:
Violet perfumed tablets. The most
, delica'ely perfumed tablets made.
, "The Tablet Which I.asts.” Sea Salt
l Table Afford ocean bathing in your
home immer and winter. Medicated
, Table which are invigorating, cool
. ing t< the body and possess curative
properties for skin diseases. The
, genui: e "Carlsbad" Salt, renowned
for i'~ curative qualities, put up in
| table form. Fancy Pink Soap Pow
, der. v- hit h instantly soaps the bather
withe the use of a brush. Shain-
I i>oor Powder saves time and labor in
sham >oing. Prices: Any of the
above ingredients. 50c per box.
••VENTS’ Spray including Combina
tion Pome Attachment. SI.OO.
On should be in every household.
For descriptive literature apply to
; Claretu E. Langston, agent. 102 G
19th -treet. phone Champa 2$G2. It
enabi ladies to take a spray bath
without wetting the hair. —Adv.,
Mr Matilda Jacobs returned from
an \teuded trip East, visiting
Oma . St. Louis. Kansas City, Mo..
( lik-w&o. New Orleans and other
1 nts in and near her old home in
. >od old Missouri."
I Whether hungry or not come to
Luna Park Friday. Sept. 19th, and
i a good feed. Skating and eating
aft* "noon and evening. W. Linzy will
make it pleasant for you.—Adv..
Hoar Mu*. Caddie Litten, the latest,
m her line. Sept. 30. —Adv.
A PRETTY RECEPTION.
Mcsdaines William F. Charlton and
Geo. A. Derry gave a pretty reception
last Friday afternoon in the honor of
M. James Maria White and Henry
7. in merman. Geo. E. Clayton and
Cora* A. Pepix. The color display
wa> pink and emerald green harmon
iously blending with a large arch of
?lov> *‘rs, under which the host stood
io receive the guests. Mrs. Geo. E.
Chi' ton left Monday for her home in
k; : -uis City, while Mrs. Penix left
The greatest musicale. consisting
of stringed, pipe and vocal renditions
by oca I performers (every one a spe
cia st) will be rendered by People’s
Presbyterian, Thursday night, 18th
Mrs. Mattie Brown of Oakland,
Calif., an erstwhile Denver. Colorado
S, i ngs and New Mexican, was mar
ikd last month to Mr. J. R- Baker of
Oakdale. Ccllf.. where the happy
ci' le will reside.
You Do Want the Be&
Then why not carry your
Health, Accident and
' in the
WESTERN LIFE si ACCIDENT COMPANY
DO YOU NEED INSURANCE?
Lydia Haywood of 2225 Lawrence
street died on August 17th. On Au
gust 20th a burial benefit of $lOO.OO
was paid the beneficiary.
Laura Wilson of 1818 East 32nd
avenue died on August 15th and on
August 16th her husband, as bene
ficiary, was paid the burial benefit of
Fannie Johnson, living at the Hotel
Tours, died on August 26th and on
August 28th her husband, as bene
ficiary, was paid the burial benefit of
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OFFICES 941-2-3 4-5-6 Gas and Electric Bldg. Phone Main 8238
DON’T SLEEP IN A BARN
Have plenty of houses for rent and for sale, some never
before offered to colored p'eople. Let us rent your house
and c*re for your property.
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF FURNISHED HOUSES
Phone YopK 6514 2439 Ogden St.
To meet the demands of our patrons, we
are pleased to announce that this office has
recently installed one of the largest and
best job presses in the city. So, with a
large and small press, we are now in a
position to do work of all kinds.
Thirty new faces of the latest and most
up-to-date type have been added. This
type has been selected after careful study.
The addition now makes the office fully
equipped to handle work from a calling
card to a large placard, including book
work, booklets, dodgers, wedding invita
tions, announcements, and .in fact work of
We do not claim to do the cheapest work
in the city. The cheapest is usually the
poorest. Our prices are gauged from the
actual cost of production with an addition
of a small profit. Consult us before plac
ing your orders.
Are men of wide experience, and have
served the trade for y'jars.
THE DENVER STAR
1026 19th St. Phone Champa 2962
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