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Buy them here. Our stock is .all fresh. Our garden and 'vegetable seeds are the very best obtainable (PLANT TOUR SWEET PEA SEEDS NOW | CUkt Cst flmn uJ P.tt.J da SULLIVAN BIRD STORE TOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED 634 FIFTEENTH ST. > Phong Main 2488 Naar Walton a MONEY IS WAITING FOR YOU. a 910 Leans and upward se cured for salaried employes, jawners of furniture and oth sio loan, return 45c weakly or $1 Jo monthly sao loan, return 90c weekly I or $3.60 monthly loan, return weekly or $5.40 monthly $5O loan, return $3.00 weekly; or $B.OO monthly The above paying principal g sad interest. Larger amounts in propor tion. No other charges. ' Call and bo convinced. THE MILLER LOAN CO 404 Quincy Bldg. 4th Fleos 1010 17th Street Phone Champa 177. GEO. G. ROSS Attsrmy cat Csaassßor At Law RESIDENCE IM4TUNOKT PLACE % PHONE OLIVE ISIS. BEFORE S A. «*. poem main sras WM. VOIGTS Watchmaker andlawelor Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware. Etc. PIN| REPAIRWa ef ell KINDS OfttaTtk STREET * Naar WaMaa •KNVt a. COLO PHONE MAIN 8513 ; * THE Sanitary Wet Wash Laundry High GradaWork 35 Lbs. Dry Cetbes 75 Casta. Excess 2c per psssd 3535-37 Vssbiagtsa St Dssvsr Csk The Sunshine Cafe MAli 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 «• 12 s. an. Cksmpa 918 3 to 5 p. an. and by appointment DR. S. A. HUFF t Physicist) sad Surgeon 313 Kittredge Bldg. Residence 2:47 VVelton St. Pk.n. Maia *49 DENVER. COLO. Mr. George Morrison TEACHER OF VIOLIN Studio 4242 Tejon St. Will Give Lessons at Resi dence when necessary Phone Hickory 1418 J. M. NICKERSON Contractor and Builder Job Work a Specialty, Esti mates Made Free, Glazing, Fll nit 11 re Repaired, Upholster inp, Locks and Keys Fitted, Hardware, Cement Work, Brick and Carpenter Work. Main 1682 2218 Chsaps St Miss Vera and A'. Wayman Ward leave Saturday for Fiske and Wil berforee Universities, respectively. Mrs. Georgia Hayes Is a charming guest of Mrs. Lavinia Turner on Clarkson street. She will remain un til October. CURTIS M. HARRIS Leadinfl Funeral Director Never before has a home held such a masß of humanity as was present to witness the funeral and view the remains of Mrs. Eliza Jackson Satur day, Sept. 20. Many white friends of the deceased were seen in the congre gation. The funeral march, the im pressive sermon, the flowers, the re marks by Rev. D. E. Over, assisted by Rev. A. E. Reynolds in a quite in teresting and instructive narrative, made the occasion very solemn and sacred. It was one of the most touch ing scenes in the history of Denver. One of the helping hands of the church and lodge was dead, and though her body la> silent before that massive crowd, it spoke in thunder ing tones to all lovers of humanity. Hundreds viewed the body with the case and clock-like work of a ma chine, which was very flattering to Curtis M. Harris, the funeral director, and to the Douglass t ndertaking Co. Curtis gives his heart to his work and It is a tribute well earned when he is praised. Being yet a young man it Is possible for him to set “Excel sior' as his motto and rise higher and higher in his profession. In ap pearance. in temperament he is the ideal funeral director and the limits ot his success are set only by the measure of his application to his call ing. hut not least. Frank Rog ers. the embalmer. is doing fine work. The remains were taken to Fairmont cemetery in one of the Tramway's handsome and well-equipped funeral cars. May her ashes rest in peace. The Denver Star Joins In with the* community in mourning her loss. Dr. J. A. Harper, formerly of Den ver. but who has moved to Chicago for permanent residence, delivered an excellent address before the Dental Association which recently met in Nashville, Tonn. Spend a penny on your friend. When they come to visit, or when they leave, when they are aick, or when they have done eomething worthy of note, put It on a postal card and mail it to us. Mrs. Dora L. Payne left Monday for Detroit. Mich., and while on route will visit Chicago. St. Louis and Kan sas City. Mo. ..NO ATTENTION WILL BE paid to news coming from cities where we have a correspondent, unless it comes through the correspondent. Other wise articles must be paid. THE PUBLIC PLEASE TAKE NOTICE. He sure that your printing intended for the STAR gets to the STAR. We ere prepared to maintain our reputa tion and standard as of old. Phone Champa 29G2. We "ill look for you early Sept: SO at People's Tabernacle The ushers of Shorter Chapel will have charge of the audience room and "ill see to the comforts of all and all the delica cies of the season will ho served In abundance, beginning at 7 o'clock. Come early and spend a delightful evening. Come out and have a bar rel of fun. You can learn that new “Flirtation Schot tische” at the Parisienne Dancing Academy, every Monday night. Dancing les sons from 8:00 tg 9:30. So cial dance 9:30 to 12:30. Fern Hall, 2711 Welton St. Geo. Morrison’s New Orches tra. Music, Good Floor and Good Order Guaranteed. C. Durham Campbell, Prop. City News The Star collector will smilingly look into your faces for 50 cents for the past three months. Just pay him, smile and wish him well. Mrs. Silvan of South Emerson has been very ill but is reported better at this writing. Mr. S. H. Baxter left Monday for Weatherford, Okla., to spend an in definite period trying to regain his health. Mrs. Carrie Woodward of Glenarm Place will leave for the East soon to remain. Fiddler and Shelton made a hit this week at the Orpheum theater. Many of their Indianapolis friends treated them royally. Miss Grace Walker has gone to visit in Omaha, Neb., and other points East before returning. Mr. and Mrs. Woods of Colorado Springs have come to Denver to per manently reside. Miss Vera and Wayman Ward, ac companied by Mr. Hugh Btichanon, spent Tuesday in Colorado Springs. They returned Wednesday. Mrs A. A. Waller has returned from Angeles. Pasadena and other points in California. Y. M. C. A. Secretary McKinney has busied himself and fitted up his quarters. It looks Jike Denver will have an energetic, reliable young man to lead its affairs. All give Mr. McKinney a royal welcome. HUGH BUCHANON'S RECITAL. Denver is fast becoming appreci ative and responsive to her musical talent, as well las giving support and encouragement to all her foreign art ists. The local talent which assisted did exceptionally well. Mr. Buchanon pleased his audience and Rev. A. Wayman Ward, whom Denver loves, was responsible for the gathering of the most select society and musical folk. Mr. J. W. Wright of Kimball, Neb., visited in the city last week. Mrs Esther Morris’ Millinery Par lors contains hats and bargains which cannot be gotten anywhere In town. They are very reasonable and select. Every well-or. pea ring lady should call and be convinced. Mr. Charles M. Hughes and Miss Anna L. Taylor of Memphis. Tenn.. who recently married, are now cosily quartered in their new home, 2400 Emerson street. A rice shower was recently experienced by them. SAFEST LAXATIVE FOR WOMEN. Nearly every woman needs a good laxative. Dr. King’s New Life Pills are good because they are safe, and do not cause pain. Mrs. M. C. Dunlap of Leadill. Tenn.. says: ’Dr. King’s New Life Pills helped her troubles greatly.” Gbt a box to day. Price, 25c. Recommended by Hear Miss Beatrice Thrasliley, who never fails to delight her hearers, at People's Tabernacle. Sept. 30. PUBLIC NOTICE. I This is to certify that I, George Mor rison. violinist, have withdrawn from Emmet Webster’s Orchestra and have orgnnxied a first-class orchestra to be known ns Morrison’s Orchestra. I am prepared for furnish first-class music Tor dances, parties, receptions and all occasions at reasonable prices. GEORGE MORRISON. Director and Manager. Telephone Hickory 1418. Residence. 4242 Tejon street. Adv. 9-13-T3. Visit the Elite Drug Co.. 21st and Arapahoe streets, for a complete line of Sanitol preparations at very reas onnble prices. Prescriptions carefully coinixmnded and free delivery to all parts of the city. Phone Main 2701. Utopia Quartette, who will appear Tuesday night at the People’s Tabernacle. A large house will greet them. Promi nent citizens are assisting. Lawyer o. B. Jefferson, who was present at the Fort Peck celebration at Great Falls, Mont., last week, passed through to Muskogee, Okla., his home. Mrs. Ledger Jones, formerly of Col orado Springs, and who lived on Wel ton street, in Denver, has returned to her old home in the Springs to re side permanently. Miss Adda Miller has gone to Weep ing Water, Neb., to spend the winter. Owing to the inability of Mrs. Maud Kerr to appear in musical extrava ganza given at the . Presbyterian church last Thursday night, Mrs. A. Fromai. kindly consented at the last hour to act as her substitute. Her selection was very creditably ren dered. THE ‘ SOCI AL-LITERARY ENDS SESSION. The B. B. Social-Literary Club con cluded their summer social functions with a hay ride of their wives and sweethearts to the Britton, Arvada, ranch, on Saturday last. The happy party having been greeted by a roar ing, blazing hearthstone fire, entered the in . iting drawing room with new zest and zeal for an evening's enter tainment. Soon the merry party plunge-; into the friendly contests, ex h'biting their skill at cards for the prizes offered by the club. At the ccnclusion of the games, the cheerful and merry party were ushered into the sp.-< :ous dining room where the aelica< *-s and fruit of the season were served Toasts and short speeches were then in order, after which the party danced the rest of the evening until a late hour. The club feels very proud of its host, Mr. Britton, and will b* the guest of Mr. Waddell at its nex - meeting. SPECIAL SALE. Reou; mo-wear Hats, just from Chi cago. Prices from $1.75 to $2.50. Call and see them. MORRIS MILLINERY PARLORS. 2053 Stout St. Adv. 9-13-’l3. A CALL TO MUSTER. The Eureka Choral club, recently ori: nized. will present itself for study next Thursday night at S o'clock at the rhapel of the People’s Presbyteri an church. Every member is urged to be out. Applications for member ship will also be received. J. A. TH OS-HA ZELL, Director. FOR RENT—First-class modern rooms at reasonable rates. Phone Champa 278. Mrs. Singleton, 2443 Tremont Place.—9-27-13. FOR RENT—Two nice warm rooms with winter rates for gentleman Cheap, with bath; homelike place, be tween six car lines. 1663 Lafayette st. Phone York 3067. Mrs. R. A. Duncan. FOR RENT—Furnished rooms, per manent and transient. Mrs. Single ton. 2443 Tremont Place. Phone Champa 275. FoR RENT —Five-room frame, good condition, to a respectable family, at 2 Stout. Apply tot owner. 215 S Larimer street. 4-4 t F rnished rooms f or rent —23301 Curtis St. Mrs. Nannie Johnson. Phone Main 5840. Adv. 9-6-13. j Particular rooms to rent to partic ular people in a particular neighbor hood. Rates reasonable. Car mod n accommodations. Mrs. Tur ner. hone York 1633, 2504 Clarkson. -9-6-13. Nmely furnished rooms in modern house. 1910 Washington street. Call after 6 o’clock in evening. Mrs. Rob inson. You Do Want the Be£t Then why not carry your Health, Accident and Burial Policy in the WESTERN UFE si ACCIDENT COMPANY SOME OF THE RECENT CLAIMS PAID. Hattie Gravette, sickness $ 5.00 Seth Mcßeth, sickness 5.00 S. B. Slaughter, sickness 2.90 Martina Bailey, sickness 10.00 Squire Barbee, accident 20.00 Elizabeth Hill, sickness 9.00 Mrs. M. E. Astwood, accident.. 14.00 Chas. H. Harris, sickness 20.00 Guy Manier, sickness 50.00 Dora Townsend, accident 10.00 \ (WATCH THIS AD EACH WEEK) OFFICES 941-2-3 4-5-6 Gas a ni Electric Bldg. Phone Main 8238 “IT’S A WIZARD” WHAT ? WHAT ? Mrs. Jessie Carter's Wonderful Hair Grower with a' course of my Scientific Scalp Treatments with the use of my Hair Grower. I guarantee to grow the most stubborn hair. Why have kinked, when a grower is within your reach that insures you fine, long, fluffy, silky, beautiful hair? Phone today and hear more about it. Phone Champa 865 Residence 2759 Glenann Place Bigger, Better IN ORDER 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. NEW TYPE 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 every description. OUR PRICES 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. OUR MECHANICS Are men of wide experience, and have served the trade for y'iars. THE DENVER STAR 1026 19th St. Phone Champa 2962 !