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A. merchant to succeed must aim to expand his business and * his ideas. The two are necessary compliments to each other and should go hand in hand, consequently the Progressive and Practical'man of affairs of this 4 age is continually on the watch for new ideas and unexplored territories for the introduction of his commodities. k All 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. AUTOMOBILE SERVICE. Oliver Hardwick, stand 27th and Wol ton Sl Phones Main 875, 895. • BARBER SHOPS. Little Republic—22oB Larimer St. Carrie A Carrie—lB3l Arapahoe. The Jewell—lo 22 19th St. O. K. Shop—lB34 Arapahoe. Elite —1223 19th St.- . Five Points Shop—273l Welton. F O. C. Ooens—l226 18th St. The Star —2232 Larimer. CAFES. Montreal —1910 Arapahoe. Starns —1008 19th St. Holmes—2l2l Arapahoe. Sunshine —1325 21st SL Karnes —2741 Welton. | Little Savoy—2634 State St.. Chicago. BIROS. Sullivan Bird & Seed Store —534 15th SL » CARPENTER. Ernest Howard —1021 21st St. COAL, FEED AND EXPRESS. Anderson —2239 Washington. Carter—24ls Washington. Morcom —2807 Welton. _ DENTIST. T. E. McClain—2Bo2 Welton. EYE SPECIALISTS. Bwigert Bros. —1550 California. CONFECTIONERS. The Maceo—27ls Welton. Rice A Rk-e—2632 Welton. * Five Points Creamery—Bl7 E 26th Ave. DRUG STORES. While Swan —271 h and Welton. Baxter Bldg. Champa Pharmacy—2oth A Champa ' DANCING ACADEMY. Parisicnnc —Monday nights, pern hall. FURNITURE AND REPAIRING. J. II Biggins—l4l7 E 24th Ave. New Murk Furniture —2248 Welton. The Welton Street Fur. C 0.—2621 Welton. GROCERIES AND MARKETS. Walter East—23oo Larimer. W m Pace —2824 Welton. * HARDWARE. Five Points H. C 0—2643 Welton. HAIR SPECIALISTS. Mrs. Simpson—l7 E. 10th St. Madam Holly—26lB Downing. Sylvian. Now York City—Dept. E. 23,' Duane SL Ozonized Ox Marrow—232 W. I.ake St. Pope-Turnbo—3loo Pino St.. St. Louli ! Mmo. M. L. Johnson —681 Shawmut i Ave. Boaton. M. Cowden—l2l9 21st St. The leader—2loB Larimer. (TtouretS# #Tcfl the story of the care you Rive them. : Don’t Iw A take chances; those head* aches, that nervousness, and many other com # plaints, all come from eye strain. : A scientific At examination and good SJ glasses will bring relief. 5^ A «=—-Try wwrt»fmi!ifniT TO TUI 11.88.D08 or rw tm. m httk abb mabxt m tvbim. or clamu U A i . Tfce Swifert Bros. Optical Co. V FTIIAWE ornriAvs Atm BB 1 S’<o cauroiMA it. war saTtomt it tßp B FORKS HAIR POMADE wnman*«noo UMSIMrTCR M» MMf RMU. urn it cm* m m m m mmu lm IBRIMMURMHimUB : cx fumsnwßUS ROM SunOS o*l, MSmSWOOIgBSS , 5 x«u mimm v winimmiiK «, CMABUS roXffa««!S. *"• 'tStyFORD’S ROYAL WHfrt •* SKIN LOTION FOR THE COMPLEXION. ' MAKES THE SKIN WHITER IMMEDIATELY UPON APPLICATION. WILL NOT IRRITATE THE MOST OEUCATE SKIN. UNEXCELLED FOR ECZEMA, SALT RHEUM. PIMPLES, ROUGH SKIN AND FRECKLES. • • • SOLO hi ORUCU3TS.tr TOUR ORU6CI3T CARROT iumv TO WUMWT MRK muonic men. Human •onu.ncuMMiMnu. SK THE OZONIZED OX MARROVV CO., •32 LAMB ST.OIWT. Ml CMIC*CO,tUj - SCXNTS WONTED. \ S. H. Tarbet & Co., Men-of all-work, paper hanging, cal- furnace cleaning and repairing. All kinds of job work done. Phone Cham pa 2571. A . INSURANCE. • Union Health & Accident Co. —Central Natl. Bank Bldg. Western Life & Accident Co. —Gas & Electric Bldg. LOANS AND REAL ESTATE. Colored American —913 21st SL A. J. Arfsten —2945 Larijner. Miller Loan —404 Quincy Bldg. LAWYERS. George G. Ross —209 Kittredge Bldg. W. B. Townsend —313 Kittredge Bldg. LIQUORS. C. F. Holmes, Jr.—2139 Curtis St. Zang B. Co. —Phone Gallup 395. PICTURE FRAMING. . J. B. Oglesby—26o2 ».elton. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. t S. A. Huff—3l3 Kittredge Bldg. P. E. Spratlin—Good Block. Justiana Ford —2335 Arapahoe. ORCHESTRA. Webster —Phone York 3597. Ideal—lls4 Broadway. ORTHOPEDIC APPLIANCES. ‘ Wm. Jones—BoB 14tb St. HALLS FOR RENT. Eureka —2235 Arapahoe. Fern—27ll Welton. LIGHT AND FIXTURES. Decker & C 0.—604 15th St. SHOE REPAIRING. New Way—lBs7 Champa. —613 22nd Ave. MOVING AND STORAGE. I. M. Thomas —2541 Welton. POOL AND BILLIARDS. Metropolitan—lBoB Arapahoe. Ed Page—27lo Welton. Ozark Club—2743 Welton. MUSIC INSTRUCTION. George Morrison. Violin —4242 Tejon St. Harrison Miller. Voice —2439 Ogden. UNDERTAKERS. Douglas Co. —1830 Arapahoe. A. M. Lawborn —192 i Arapaho ■. WATCH REPAIRING. Wm Volghts—6ll 27th St. WET WASH. Sanitary—233s Washington. SIGN WRITING. Roy Brown —2807 Welton. : CHIROPRACTIC PRACTITIONER. IMra. McGinnis—2922 Welto TAILOR. jM. Silverman —1626 E. 25th Are. SPEND YOUR HONEY WITH THE COLORED GROCERY WM. PACE 2824 WELTON STREET Groceries and Notions First Class Goods. Cash Prices The London Shining Parlor 1214 19th St. “Friday,” The Champion Best Black wiii not oniv be there Fridays but every day Cigars and Tobacco GEO. CONWAY, Prop. LUNG DISEASE "After four in our family had died of consumption 1 was taken with a frightful oeugh and lung trouble, hut my life was saved anal gained 87 pounds through ÜBing DR. KING’S NEW DISCOVERY W. R. Patterson, Wellington, Tex. COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO. Rev. J. W. Braxton returned from Albuquerque, N. M., Monday and left for Omaha, Neb. Rev. D. A. Graham has been ap pointed to Payne Chapel. Rev. W. H. Tillman of Trinity Bap tist church, accompanied by "Ted” Miller, left for San Diego, Calif., Thursday night. Mrs. Anna Jones and her mother, Mrs. L. Riddick, of Denver, returned to their home in this city last Thurs day. Mrs. Ida Yates and little daughter, Willa, left for Oklahoma City Mon day. Mrs. R. I. Jones is visiting rela tives in Paola, Kans. Mr. W. E. Proctor, District Grand Treasurer of the G. U. O. of O. F., spent several days in Cheyenne as 1 guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hamler. He returned to the Springs Monday. Miss Alminia Mcßae, one of our High school girls who graduated with honor last year, left for Nashville. Tenn.. Sunday, to enter Fisk Univer sity. Mr. Chas. Lenox of La Junta spent Sunday in this city, the guest of Mr. R. I. Jones of North Cascade street. Mrs. T. C. Woodland is up from Pueblo to remain indefinitely. Mrs, Flora Hudson of Los Angeles, Calif., arrived in the Springs Satur day to visit her sister, Mrs. Frances De Young and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Knaves of Jop lin, ,Mo., left for their home Wednes day with stopovers in Topeka and Kansas City. Mrs. Lew Washington and children left for Kansas City Friday. Mrs. Pauline Wolf and Mrs. F. Web ster visited in Pueblo. Mrs. Emma Jones, who has been quite ill, is better. Mrs. Vera Frazier, at the St. Fran cis hospital, will be oi>erated upon for appendicitis. Ladies’ Rally Day was observed at SL John's Baptist church Sunday evening. "Mary of Bethany” sacred cantata, was very creditably given by Payne Chapel choir Sunday night. Mrs. Chas. Holmes was elected president of the C. E. league of Payne. The Ladies' Aid of the People's M. E. church made a financial success of their barbacue at Mrs. Jennie Hen derson’s last Thursday night. The fiftieth anniversary of the emancipation of the slaves was fit tingly celebrated at St. John’s Bap tist church Monday niuht with an ex cellent program. Social. Mrs. Geo. Craig entertained a few friends at dinner Sunday at her home on the West Side. STRENGTHEN WEAK KIDNEYS. Don i suffer longer with weak kifl uey*. You can get prompt relief by tubing Electric Hitters, that wonder ful remedy praised by women every where. Start with a bottle today, you will soon feel like a new woman with ambition to work, without fear of pain. Mr. John Dowling of San Francisco, writes: “Gratitude for wonderful effect of Electric Bitters prompts me to write. It cured my wife when all else failed." Good for the liver as well Nothing better for indigestion or biliousness. Price, 50c and SI.OO, at FIRST WEEK OF JUBILEE. Elaborate Program For Fiftieth Ann** veraary Celebration In Philadelphia. Philadelphia. The* partial program Tor the first tvoek t*f the emancipation proclamation celebration to be held in tills city beginning Sunday, Sept. H. is ns follows: Interdenominational religious congress Sunday. Sept. 14. Bishop J. S. ‘’aldwell. D. D.. presiding. Hymn. Rev. J. VV. Lee, D. D. Prayer. Rev. E. \Y. Johnson. D. D. Scripture readings. Rev. J. B. Reeve. D. D.. and Rev. C. A. Tindley, D. D. Hymn, Rev. P. A. Wallace. D. D Reading Emancipation Proclamation. Rev. 11. Y. Arnett. Music, grand chorus. Emancipation Proclamation sermon. Bishop L. J. Coppin. D. D. Announcement. Hon. H. W. Bass. Music, grand chorus. Benediction. Rev. F. T. M. Webster. Grand military and civic parade. Mon* flay. Sept. 16, Major Andrew F. Btevens. marshal. Governor’s day. Monday. Sept. 15, Hon. R. W. Bass, presiding. Music, grand chorus. Prayer. Bishop J. S. Caldwell. D. D. Reading of enactment. Hon. Richard A. Cooper. Music, grand chorus. Short addresses. Mayor Blankenburg. lion. Boies Penrose. Judge Sulzburger. W. Justin Carter. Charles Burns. George Al ter and R. R. Wright. Jr. Introduction of Governor John K. Toner by Hon. H. W. Bass, secretary of com mission. Salute to governor. Address. Hon. John K. Tener. Benediction. Rev. John R- Logan. Religious congress. Tuesday. Sept. 16. Rev. C. C. Dunlap presiding. Prayer. Rev. W. Spencer Carpenter. History A. M. E. church. Rev. John 51. Palmer. D. D. History A. M. E. Z. church. Bishop O. L Blackwell. D. D. History Methodist Episcopal church. Rev. J. F. Handy. History Colored Episcopal church. BLsh op R. S. Williams. History Union A. M. E. church. Btshof J. F. Ramsey. Benediction. Rev. J. C. Beckett Rev. W. A. Credltt, pastor Cherry Me morial Baptist church, presiding at 3 p. m. Prayer. Rev. E. W. Moore. D. D. History Baptist church. Rev. J. tl. Dwelle. History Preabyterlrn church. Rev. J. W. Lee, D. D. Discussion. Rev. W. O. Parks, D. D. History Protestant Episcopal church. Archdeacon Henry L. Phillips, D. D. History Congregational church. Rev. H. W. Porter. History Young Men's Christian associa tion, W. A. Hunton. secretary Interna tional committee, Y. M. C. A. History Roman Catholic church, Fathof Ferrell. W. L Lea. on - afternoon in honor of Mril Wffl. Bailey of Buxton, la. Mes dames Redd and Hopkins are gracious hostesses. Astors, dahlias,, sweet peas in every variety of hue and in all their exquisite perfection were used to decorate the lovely home of Mrs. Redd. The hum of conversation com menced with the arrival of the earliest guest and continued with unabated energy until the last goodbye had been spoken. At $he election of officers of the Searchlight Club on Thursday Mrs. J. E. Leonard was elected president; Mrs. J. T. Muse, vice president, and Mrs. De Marge De Weese, secretary. The ladies were very enthusiastic in what they intended doing this year and many good things are planned. On Friday evening they \yill enter tain at an oyster fry at the residence of rMs. John Baker. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ward entertained at a card tea at their quarters at Ft. D. A. Russell on Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Willis gave a farewell breakfast on Sunday morning in honor of Rev .and Mrs. James Washington. Ask This Man To Read Your Life. His Wonderful Power to Read Human Lives at any distance amazes all who write to him. Thousands of peo pie in all walks o life have benefitet by hi* advice. Hi tells you what yoi are capable of, hov you can be success ful, who are you. friends and enemiei and what are the, good and bad pe riods in your life. His Description a: to PAST. PRES ENT and Ft’TURI EVENTS will as- tonish and help you. ALL HE WANTS IS your name (written by yourself), age and sex, to guide him in his work. MONEY NOT NECESSARY. 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Alexander Cox of the Reliance staff joined tpe association two years ago at Little Rock. Ark. Among other publications enrolled were the Colored Man. Melvin J. Chi slmi. Baltimore; the Odd Fellows* Journal, W. J. Baylor associate edi . tor: the Christian Banner. G. L. P. Taliaferro editor. Philadelphia: the Christian Review, u. W. Goff editor. Piiii-uieiphia. s*everai newspaper ccr resp ndents also joined the association Big Business of Birmingham Firm. \Y> ndham Bras., contractors, with hcnui]unrters in Birmingham. Ala., em ploy tOO me# the year round. The payroll of the concern amounts to SC.ikhi per week and the yearly con tracts from $250,000 to $300,000. The company does business in Alabama. Louisiana and Arkansas. The com men ial credit of the concern is $30,000 For the first seven months of 1913 these .contractors did a business of yjto.tKKk, Brooklyn’s Nsw Business Organization. The most recent business organiza tion formed in Brooklyn Is the Boa hive Mechanical association, it has seventy-five members and has for Its purpose the bringing together of car penters, bricklayers, plasterers, paint ers and such like for mutual business interest CARL LEMMER DEALER IN STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES ■mu. VmMMm PMIk Bte. nann Place # _ HOME MADE LARS and SAUSAGE PHONE MAIN 7968 , , i i ■■■ n i ■ ■« VJfc MISS IVI. COWDEIN Hair Dressing Parlors M. COWDEN 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. THE LEADER 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 w'e are sure we can please you. HALLOWELL AND JOHNSON Mrs. Viola Johnson, Prop. J. R. Hallowell, Manager Res.'Phone Champa 1536 f Business Fhone 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 (hock Service *4 . WE CAN SAVE YOU (i . $4 per ton money per ton Northern Lump, per Ton $4 00 800 lbs. Lignite Lump $1 40 " Hslf Ton 225 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 end Lawrence [ _ Fell Line of Cigars and Tofceeao K Free Check Room I ORAN C GOENS BARBER SHOP AND BATH ROOMS ■j Artesian Water U*ed Frrl—ivrly H Basement Entrance for T 1226 EIGHTEENTH STREET DEMVEX. COLORADO PHONE MAIN 86q8 Morcom Fuel and Feed Company SETH HOFFMAN, Prop. DEALERS IN Coal, Wood, Coke, Hay apd Grain Coal by Sack or Ton. Kindling Office, 2807 Welton St. ’ Denver, Colorado Job Printing FOR RENT MRS. CHARLCY BARNES, Prop. Phone Champa 283-; EUREKA HALL THE ALHAMBRACAFE Real Home Cooking Parties wishing To Rent Chili Every Day Eureka Hall, 2238 Arapa- 2?4 , Welton . Denver> Colo hoe St., Phono Main 7940.