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i * 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 age is continually on the watch for new ideas and unexplored territories for the introduction of his commodities. ■ All merchants and business men whose “ad' appeals 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. OiiTer Hardwick, stand 27th and Wel ton SL Phones Main 875, 895. » BARBER SHOPS. I. Republic—22oB Larimer St. Currie & Carrie —1831 Arapahoe. The Jewell—lo 22 19th St. O. K. Shop—lB34 Arapahoe. Elite—l 223 19th St. Five Points Shop—273l Welton. O. C. Coens—l226 18th St. The Star —2232 Larimer. CAFES. Montreal —1916 Arapahoe. Starns—looB 19th St. Holmes—2l2l Arapahoe. Sunshine —1325 21st SL Harnes —2741 Welton. Little Savoy—2634 State St., Chicago. 0| pQg ( Sullivan Bird & Seed Store —534 15th St. CARPENTER. Ernest Howard—lo2l 21at SL COAL, FEED AND EXPREBB. Auderson —2239 Washington. Carter —2415 Washington. Morcom —Cso7 Welton. • OENTIBT. T. K. McClain—2Bo2 Welton. EYE SPECIALISTS. Swfgert Bros. —1550 California. CONFECTIONERS. The Moeeo—27l6 Welton. Rice £ Rice—2632 Welton. Five Point* Creamery—Bl7 £ 26th Ave. DRUG STORES. White Swan —27th and Welton, Baxter Bldg. Champa Pharmacy—2oth A Champ*. DANCING ACADEMY. Pa rlsienne— Monday nights. Fern halL FURNITURE AND REPAIRING. J. H. Plgglna—l4l7 E. 24th Are. New York Furniture —2248 Welton. The Welton Street Fur. C 0.—2621 Welton. GROCERIES AND MARKETS. Walter East —2300 I^rimer. W m Pace—2B24 Welton. 1 HARDWARE. Five Point* H. C 0—2643 Welton. HAIR SPECIALISTS. Mrs. Simpson—l7 E. 10th St. Mndam Holly—26lB Downing. Sylvian. New York City—Dept. E. 23/ Duane Bt. Ozonised Ox Marrow—232 W. I-ake St. ; Pope-Turnho—3loo Pine St., St. Louis | Mme. M. L. Johnson —681 Shawmut | Ave.. Boston. M. Cowden—l2l9 21st St. The leader —2108 Larimer. \ # YOUR EYES » • Tell the story of the csrc you give them. : Don't • take chances; those head* aches, that nervousness, and many other com- V • plaints, all come from eye strain. : A scientific examination and good Sal glaaaea will bring relief. 3^ ML ——Try Us jX ■HV mma uomwit to m namano* or tmc itu. m nr* am bumactumc o* cuuu U § * 5 The Swiftrt Bra. Optical Co. \ attune opticians A1 ■p IMO CAuroaau jt. km sutuxtx jt W HIFORD* gyti HAIR POMADE Hr* HMa iww.hwt or aaur mi WttJlttm MO MOM WMU. pSBr V/711 uir now *e my gr m ursmi , l nKURCyRMUNMIIWraiB m nwaiwi mb from mum mimmimum tfXJUEmUCWMiUIMM.tfTTKECO'tRia.nmitIi js. mo M<Nmn mpi CHAMJCS FORD'S MHtoo. tvrrr mouse e • • • -» try FORD'S ROYAL WHITE • SKIN LOTION FOR THE COMPLEXION. MAKES THE SKIN WHITER IMMEDIATELY UPON APPLICATION. WILL NOT IRRITATE THE MOST DELICATE SKIN. UNEXCELLED FDR ECZRMA. SALT RHEUM. PIMPLES, ROUGH SKIM AND FRECKLES. ... SOLO IT DRUGGISTS. IF YOU« DRUGGIST CARROT siimy toil wt wiu. mro it to you ghkct m tm NUSHIM NKnjMU MB MTIU.IHUM SEN Wit XK THE OZONIZED OX MARROW CO.: R32LAKB ST.DCPT. 340 CHICAGO.IILJ 1 AOCNTD WANT to. . I Phone Main 6336 for Herron ox- j press. He will make the price right. Freight bill* and trunk cheeko eared for froe. Adv. 8-2-13 Desk room for rent at Colo’ado Com merdel Atllence. 1025 21sL g Adr. a-18 'l3. INBURANCE. Union Health & Accident Co. —Central Natl. Bank Bldg. Western Life & Accident Co. —Gas & Electric Bldg. LOANS AND REAL ESTATE. Colored American —913 21st St. A. J. Arfsten —294} Larimer. 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 SL Zang B. Co. —Phone Gallup 395. PICTURE FRAMING. J. B. Oglesby—26o2 ».fclton. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. S. A. Huff—3l3 Kittredge Bldg. P. E. Spratlin—Good Block. Justiana Ford —2335 Arapahoe. ORCHESTRA. Webster —Phone York 3597. Ideal —1154 Broadway. ORTHOPEDIC APPLIANCES. Wm. Jones —808 14 th St. HALLS FOR RENT. Eureka —2235 Arapahoe. Fern —2711 Wei ton. LIGHT AND FIXTURES. f>ecker & Co. —604 15th SL SHOE REPAIRING. New Way—lBs7 Champa. .arson —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 SL Harrison Miller, Voice —2439 Ogden. UNDERTAKERS. Douglas C 0.—183/" Arapahoe A. M. I.awhorn— 192 t Arapahoe. WATCH REPAIRING. Wm. Voights—6ll 27th St. WET WASH. Sanitary—2s3s Washington. SIGN WRITING. | Roy Brown —2807 Welton. • CHIROPRACTIC PRACTITIONER. | Mrs. McGinnis—2922 Welto TAILOR. M. Silverman-1626 E. 25th Are. i Mrs. Laura Seawright CONFECTIONARIES C Ordered Dinners and Lunches a Specialty. Home *Made Candies, Chili and Noodles. Soft Drinks. Open from 8 a. m. till 2 p. m. 2551 CLARKSONfST. The London LADIES’ AND GENTS SHOE Shining Parlor 1214 19th St. Cigars smd Tobacco GEO. CONWAY. Prop. FOR RENT j EUREKA HALL J " I __ 1 parties wishing To Rent Eureka Hall, 2238 Arapa hoe St., PhoM Main 7940.' PROMOTER OF GOOD WORK. Influence of the Rev. O. 8. Bullock Among the Masses. By GEORGE F. KING. High Point. X. C—One* of the lend ing factors in the development of the yonug Afro-Americans in this section of North Carolina is the Rev. O. 8. Bullock. He is unpretentious, .vet ad mired by all classes of people of both races. At the recent Baptist state Sunday school convention held in Char lotte he most effectively helped to shape the progressive i»oUcy of the convention, conserving the spiritual side and creating a pronounced eutbu siasm for the cause of home and fos eign missions. The western section of North Caro lina is rapidly becoming a manufac turing section. This town is called the “Grand Rapids of the south.” In Its ascendancy in the manufacturing world it has made a place for a class of Af ro-American artisans, and this creates a condition that requires an intelligent, energetic ministry with strong charac ter. In the Rev. O. S. Bullock. A. 8.. A. M.. S. T. 8.. a graduate of Biucoln university, the Afro-Americans of North Carolina have one of the strong est and most sane lenders among them. This is evidenced in the manner in which he asserts himself for the good of the masses of the race in this sec tion.* The civic condition of Afro- Americans in this city is better in many instances than other places with a population found in the south. A striking example of the popularity of Dr. Bullock Is found iu the fact that he is assisted in all ids activities by people of both races and of all denom inations. Ills broadness and ability to reach the lowly element of the race make the religious and civic endeavors of Afro- Americans a tangible product for the uplift of the race lie lias largely helped to break down strife among REV. o. K HI LLOCK. the various denominations. especially iin a number of towns aml cities uroonp our t»eople. Rev. Bullock Is pastor of the First Baptist church, this city, which is Ills first pastorale When he cauie here the congregation was worshiping in a woo<len structure anti was not organ Ixed for the effective work that it is now doing. In'his characteristic manner of bar nessing forces he imbued his people with the spirit of “self help*’ and erect ed n beautiful modern SIO,OOO brick church. The present Indebtedness of the church is only SBOO. The members and friends raised $0,200. and the white people contributed SIOO. Rev. Bullock Is recording secretary of the state Baptist Sunday school convention, lie he!i>ed to accentuate the cause of missions at the recent Sunday school convention. An active campaign has been started by the con ventlon to promote the cause of mis slons. and throughout North Carolina there is a deep awakening among all denominations for the promotion of a broad and comprehensive campaign for the success of reaching the unreached WATCHMAN FOR HIS RACE. Editor Wright Wants Afro*American In Publio Safety Department. In answer to certain statements made b.v the Philadelphia Public Led ger with reference to the unfavorable opportunities afforded A fro-Americans ts industrial workers. Dr. It. XL Wright, editor of the Christian Recorder, says “With regard to the limited opportuni ties of tile Negro workers I want to suggest the employment of Negroes as firemen in our public safety depart ment. “This would open up a new avenue to n deserving group of our citizens. I am led to make this suggestion be cause of rlie frequent reference i see in the public press to the bravery of colored men Twice tin* first week iti August tile dally press had occasion to report upon the bravery of mein bers of the Negro nice “In one instant was statin) that It was owing to The courage and coo! bended ness of Prank Thomas, a No gro reporter, that many lives were not lost in the disastrous fire at Blue Mountain House at Pentnar. and an other occasion nil of our daily papers reported Rufus Bradley as the hero In the attempt to rescue Mis Rdlth Rocky at Atlantic City. These two No arrocs risked their lives to save white people when a good many whites re fused to go to the rescue.'* Publishers Praise Church Officials. The National Negro Pr«*ss association is loud In praise of Dr William A Credltt. pastor and other officials of the Cherry Wmorlnl Baptist church. Philadelphia. »‘«>r courtesies shown at the recent muring of the association held In their • hurch. 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 ple In all walks of 4ife have benefited by his advice. He tells you what you are capable of, how you can be success tul, who are youi friends and enemies and what are the good and bad pe riods in your life. His Description as to PAST, PRES ENT and FUTURL EVENTS will as- tonisli and help you. ALL, HE WANTS IS your name (written by yourself), age and sex, to guide him in his work. MONEY NOT NECESSARY. Mention the name of this paper and get a Trial Reading FREE. Heir Paul Stahmann, an experi enced Astrologer, of Ober Niewsadern, Germ nay, says: “The Horoscope which Professor Roxro;. worked out for me is quite ac jcorAin- to the truth. It is a very clever and conscientious piece of work As an Astrologer myself I care fully examined his Planetary calcul i tions and indications, and proved that his v-ork in every detail is perfect, and that he is up-to-date in his scien e.” Ba uness Blanquet, one of the most talen T ed ladies of Paris, says: *‘l hank you for my Complete Life Read ng. which is really of extraordi nary iccuracy. I had already consulted several Astrologers, but never before have I been answered with so much truth or received such complete satis facti< With sincere pleasure I will reco: mend you and make your mar veloi science known to my friends and I acquaintances.” If ou want to take advantage of this • rial offer and obtain a review of > ;r life, simply send youd full nam- address, the date, month, year and ;>’ace of your birth (all clearly writt ni. state whether Mr., Mrs or Mist and also copy the following vers- in your own handwriting: “Your advice is useful, So thousands say, I wish success and happiness: Will you show me the way?" If you wish you may enclose 10 cent' stamps of your own country) to postage and clerical work. Send your letter to ROXROY, Dept. 2431 A. No. 24 Groote Markt, The Hag Holland. Do not enclose coins in > letter. Postage on letters to I 101 l id, five cents. CIVIL RIGHTS COMMITTEE. H gh Purpose of a Well Known Now York Local Body. Tlie statutes of New York state guar ai.tee to all its citizens equal rights in the courts, on the streets, in public in stitutions and in all places of public eomxnodntiou. As a matter of facL tl --se laws are absolutely disregarded. far as colored men and women are c< acerntHl. Some organized effort is •essary if these laws are to be rigid l \ enforced and the rights of black cit teens upheld. l'he vigilance committee of the Na t• nal Association For the Advance no nt «*f Colored People, with head irrers at 20P. Broadway. New York. U|x>sed of meml>ers of both races, w s organized for the purpose of pro it tins colored men aud women in all ir civil. economic and social rights i of rendering immediate, effective l free a-vistance in all cases ot out r. 'o. discrimination or injustice be •so of race or color. V* committee has already handled :» rt many cases Involving these prin leu and has successfully vindicated •ni in the courts of Now York, ft •poses to continue its tight and to or u nlzo Into one effective body all those w 10 are opposed to race discrimination 1 injustice. Its services are abso lutely free In all cases. Bright Outlook For Keysville School. Professor Allen J. Goode, principal sf the Keysville (Va.i Industrial school, h: s made a splendid record as an or c: nlzer and leader In educational w >rk. The Keysville school has l»een pu t upon a good working basis through his untiling efforts. The trustees of Tlit» institution are giving the principal tine support in his efforts to secure funds for another school building. w!i|®h is so ranch needed to accommo .Lite the large number of prospective students, whose applications have al ready boon received ror the coming term. The school has the indorse ment of the .leaties Fund school board and others of like character. Odd Fellows to Honor John P. Hayden. The Odd Fellows' Hall association. Pittsburgh, will hold a large reception nt Union LaU»r temple in honor of Pi strict <3rand Master John P. Hay den on Thursday evening. Sept. 11. A feature of the occasion will be an ex hibition drill given by Pntrlarchle No. 3a Unlquo Business Concern Prospers. Tilt* Farmers and Fonsuniers' league, lo arari In the heart of tin* wholesale di-trlot in Philadelphia. Is designed to re.hiei* the high i*nst «»f living h\ a new s\ stem l»v whi h i lie fanner deals di '•e.-tl> with file eonsnima through the e irttv Tin er»*|e-t is **u*M»MMllnc Nl.‘HHfn «' K Itmwn and I'luirtes A '’■•pKjw* ar» *he promoters of th*- i*nn • MISS IVf. COWDEPS 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 Wfe 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 you. HALLOWELL AND JOHNSON Mrs. Viola Johnson, Prop. J. R. Hallowell, Manager TRUNKS EXPRESS MOVING THE LITTLE COTTAGE COAL CO. Phone Main 8314 R. E. NORRIS Quick Service COAL $5.00 AMD UP - WE c^“ c rou Northern Lump, per Toni $4 00 500 lbs. Lignite Lump __.sl 40 “ Half 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 and Lawrene* Mme. T. D. Perkins SCIENTIFIC SCALP SPECIALIST' 4630 W. 35th Avenue, Denver, Colorado Madam T. D. Perkins, of Denver, Colo., spent five years in study of the scalp, is now interesting women all over the globe in the care of the hair and scalp. No matter how dark your skin is. Madam Perkins’ matchless scalp pre parations and scientific method of treatment for cultivating, beautifying and growing the hair will grow your hair if there is no physical ailment to prevent. Her tratments have been successful where all others have failed. Have you written .her? If not, and you want hair like her own, write her to day. Be sure to enclose a 4-cent stamp and write your name tnd address very plain if you expect a reply. Don’t write unless you mean business. lm l DIP THIS TELLS THE STORY COPYRIGHTED 1910. WOMEN, STOP, WAIT, LISTEN, BEAD If a Woman Have Long Hair It Is a Glory to Her. — I Cor., 1 1-15. Every Woman Can Have That Glory If She Wishes It. This is for you. No more ironed hair, but soft, long beautiful hair that need not be put on the dresser on retiring Do you want this kind of hair? If so, write for particulars to Madam T. D. Perkins, the Scientific Scalp Specialist of Denver, Colo., who is astonishing the world with her won derful art of growing hair. My own hair is my best advertisement. With these treatments my hair grew 17 inches in two years. It had re mained one length (four 'nches) for 15 years. What 1 did for my hair I am doing for hundreds of others, and will do lor you with my Matchless Scientific Scalp Preparations. My treatment stops falling hair or breaking off, cures split ends, removes dandruff and scalp scurf, causes the hair to grow long, no matter how short; soft, no matter how harsh; thick, no matter how thin; straight from the bulbs, no matter how kinky. First treatment will show wonderful improvement. Do not wait if you are interested in your hair. 1 give treat ments all over the United States by mail. Write me at once. I send booklet concerning the care of the hair, and 'testi monials of those taking my treatments when a 4 cent stamp is enclosed. I need a personal history of your hair and scalp and your physical condition. All mail promptly answered when a 4-cent stamp is en losed. lam the only woman of the race growing hair today who can show the public the real length nn hair was when 1 first began treating it. Send for booklet if you mean busi ness. You can secure these preparations only from me. None like them made in the world. No Denver Agents Wanted. AGENTS WANTED who have used Madam Perkins treatments successfully. Write for particulars and t nclose two cent stamp.