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Phone Main 8359 MONEY TO LOAN-CHATTELS I One Month’s Interest Free We loan lots of money to anybody, like $lO, $l5. $2O, $25, $3O, $4O, $5O, $65, $75, $9O, $lOO or more, on your furniture, pianos, sewing machines, ranges, teams, cattle, dairies, farm implements, store fixtures, income lands, lots, or, anything else of value, all left in your very secret- private and: quick; in one hour all done; plenty clerks and auto go any pla'.e. Phone Main 1083. Office Hours 10 a. m. to 3 p. m. 2945 Larimer St C. H. SHIRLEY, Pres.* J. C. HAMPSON, V.-P. PAUL J. SHIRLEY, Sec. and Treas. The Atlas Drug Co. Incorporated Leaders in Prescriptions Store No. i Store No. 2 2701 WELTON ST. 26th AND WELTON j Business Phone _ Residence Phone Champa 3262 York 2079 HARDWICK AUTO SERVICE OLIVER HARDWICK, Mgr. SERVICE BY TRIP OR HOUR | STAND AT ATLAS DRUG STORE, 2701 WELTON ST. Fine Noodles PhoneChampa Full Weight Guaranteed ChopSuey ,682 Delivered Anywhere In The City. BUY FROM Fred K. Yama ALONZO BROWN DEALER IN FUJIYA RESTAURANT A . . COAL and WOOD BY SACK OR TON i22t 20th St. Denver 2451 Larimer St. Denver Job Printing Done at the Office of “The Star” Church News SCOTT METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH, 803 26TH AVE. REV. S. L. DEAS, Pastor. Preajhing each Sunday at 11:00 and 8:00 p. in. Sunday school at 12:30, Epworth League 6:30 p. m Teachers’ meeting each Tuesday 8 p m. Prayer and class meeting each Wednesday 8 p. m. All are invited to attend. Visitors are welcome. NOTES OF THE ZION BAPTIST CHURCH, Twenty-fourth Avenue and Ogden St., David E. Over, Pastor. Residence, 2356 Humboldt St. Tomorrow is Church Attendance Sunday and the day will be observed by all the churches of the city. The plan is to extend a pressing invitation to every citizen of Denver to attend service in some church during the day. There will be special sermons and special music in almost every house of worship throughout the city. Everyone will be mad ewelcom.e Zion takes this means to invite the public to worship with her on this special occasion. The pastor will preach in the morning from the sub ject, “The Church —Its Foundation.' At the evening service the subj-•< t will be “The Church —Its Mission. " Our special choir will be prepared to render, becomingly, its portion of the program. The pastor desires to urge that each member of Zion be in his place accompanied by some friend or neigh bor who does not habitually attend divine worship. This is missionary work of the first order, let us not fail in it. The initial baptizing service in the new church is planned for Sunday night, following the regular program. No doubt, unusual interest will centered here because of this first op portunity t> uphold this distinctive Baptist principle, which was exem fled by t! e Lord. Because of the Church Attendant Day program the monthly communion service will be held on Sunday even ing, the 9th. The pastor hopes to a large number of the church pres* : at that time. The congregation will be especia l/ favored through an opportunity i hear Dr. James E. Shepherd, pv dent of the National Religious Tr ing School, Durham. N. C., Suiiu.ty afternoon at 3 o’clock. Dr. Slu.*ph,*»rd is recognized as one of the most bril liant educators of f he day and an orator of great eloquence and P‘»wer. No citizen of Denver should fa 1 in this opportunity to hear him Ad mission free. Byron’s Troubadours made a most remarkable impression at Zion Tues day evening. This splendid or^nida tion is composed entirely of artists of the first water and deserve- to be classed with William’s Jubilee Sing ers. We hope that on a return trip the whole city will be present to en joy and give them honor. SHORTER CHAPEL. Washington and Twenty-third Sts. Rev. Robert L. Pope, Pastor. Quarterly meeting and Chun h At tendance Day. The order of service at Short* r to morrow’ will he as follows: 9:45 a. m. —Sunday School. I. son: “Balak and Balaam," Num. .22:1-23. 31:00 a. m. —Sermon by Pri ding Elder A. M. Ward. 3:00 p. m. —Quarterly Comm nion Service. The Rev,. James Ws« hing ton, the newly-appointed past or of Campbell Chapel, will deliver tie* ser mon, assisted by the Rev. S. L Deas. Scott’s and Campbell's congregations are expected to join us in thin serv ice. 6:30 p. m. —Allen Christian Endeav or League. Topic: "The Ideal Chris tian. XI. His Heavenly Helper.” Heb. 13:5-15. (Consecration meet ing.) 7:30 p. in. —Presiding Elder Ward will fill the pulpit at this hour Iso. Tomorrow’ being Quarterly Meeting and Church Attendance Day. it is ex peeled that every pew in our audito rium wift be filled at alt three »»f the preaching services. If there shall ever he a time when our membership should fulfill literally the Master’s command: “Go out into the high ways and . hedges, and compel them to come in that My house may ho filled,’’ surely tomorrow should be that time. It is not enough to extend an invitation to a non-church goer, hut bring him to church with you. And then every Negro man in Den ver. whether he is invited or not, should attend some church tomorrow. Shorter welcomed into her fellow ship last Sunday Brothers Robert El lis of Beaumont, Texas, and Setwell VonDickersohn, the latter has recent ly been converted to the Christian faith. The heart of the church can hut rejoice when our young men Join in making Christ King. The Sundays chool teachers' board was most pleasantly entertained Fri day evening at the parsonage by Mrs. Estella Beasley. Shorter Chapel will hold a grand Re-TJnion Thanksgiving Day when a free dinner will be served to the con gregation. A special invitation is ex tended the aged and worthy poor of the city. In the evening a Japanese Wedding with fifty characters wm be cele brated. The Peoples’ Presbyterian 2.3 rd Ave.. and Washington St. Rev J. A. Thos- Hazell,S.T. B. Sermon Topics, Sunday i\ov. 2, 11 a. m.—“Thru the valley of c . 5 p. m. “The Church and the Community.” Music. Anthems — (,1) “Praise Ye the Father”.. Gounod (b) “Make a Joyful Noise”. . Simper Canticles— (a) “Benedicte, Omnia Opera Domini” Allen (b) “Magnificat" Purcell (c) “The Pilgrims of the Night” Parker Prelude, “Allegretto Grazioso". . Page Offertory, “Prayer” Page Postlude, “Postlude in C” Page Tomorrow will be “Church Attend ance Day.” Every member of the People’s church with their friends who have no church affiliation in the city are asked to worship with us. Good music. Fine singing. Strong address. CAMPBELL CHAPEL A. M. E. CHURCH, CORNER 23RD AND LAWRENCE STS. REV. JAMES WASHINGTON, PASTOR. Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. Class meeting, 12:00 m. Allen’s Christian Endeavor each Sunday at 0:30 p. m. A cordial invi tation is extended to all. Official boarj} Monday at 8 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday, 8 p. m. All are cordially invited to the services. Preaching at 11:00 a. m. and the Lord’s Supper. General Class at 12:1 A. Allen's Christian Endeavor League at 0:30. Mrs. Annie L. Washington, leader. Song Service at 7:13. after which the following program will! be ren dered : § Song 110 (Hymnal), choir and con gregation standing. Solo. Miss Jessie Pierson. Anthem, Choir. Solo, Mrs. Thompkins. Duet. Mrs. Minnie Williams and Chas. Clark. Solo, Mme. C. A. Spires. Anthem, Choir. Remarks by Pastor. Song. “I Must Tell Jesus.” Choir and congregation standing. Mr. Chas. Clark. Director. Mrs. Clark Craig. Organist. Woman's Mite Missionary Society Thursday night. 8 o’clock. Everybody invited to attend. Sister.- Washington and King will serve refreshments. We had with us last Sunday Rev. Bray, who preached an excellent ser mon. In the evening the pastor preached to a large and appreciative audience. Mrs. B. Cole of Washing ton, D. C.. united with the church. Campbell choir did itself credit with the services rendered Sunday. CHURCH OF THE HOLY RE DEEMER. Twenty-second and Humboldt St. The Rev. Henry B. Brown, D. D. t Vicar. Church Attendance Sunday. 7:30 a. m.—Celebration of the Holy Eucharist. 9:45 a. m.—Sunday School. 11:00 a. m. —Choral Celebration (solemn), with sermon. Subject. “A Pauline Prayer for Some Spiritual Blessings.” 5:00 p. m. —Choral Solemn Vespers with sermon. Subject, “Personal Con tact with the Divine.” Let one and all cooperate in mak ing Church Attendance Sunday mem orable in the history of the church life in Denver by attending one of the services of the day. The adjourned meeting of the men of the church and congregation will be held on Sunday afternoon at 4 o’clock promptly. The Guild of St. PerpefutT will meet on Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock. The Sunday School teachers will meet at 4:30. The monthly meeting of the Vestry will be held on Wednesday evening at. 8 o’clock. On Thursday afternoon at 4 o’clock the Guild of the Church of the Re deemer will hold a special meeting. A full attendance is particularly re quested. Litany service and choir rehearsal will take place on Friday evening at 8 o’clock. The Altar Guild of St. Mary the Virgin will meet this Saturday even ing, Nov. Ist, at 7 o’clock. All are cordially welcome to the services of the church. MRS. W. G. CAMPBELL 2835 Stout St. ishandling the above named goods and will have a full line of the same this week. We cordially so licit the patronage of all who may desire the same. Mrs. W. G. Campbell agent 2835 Stout St.. Denver CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH CORNER 24TH AND CALIFORNIA STS. P. J. PRICE, PASTOR. Sunday School lesson: “Balak and Balaam.” Num. 22:1-23. (See also Nuin. 23:11-24:25.) W. A. Moore, Superintendent; J. W. Hardy, assist ant superintendent. B. Y. P. U. Topic: “The Ideal Christian. XI. His Heavenly Helper.” Heb. 13:5-15. (Consecration meet ing.) Morning sermon. Heb. 12:8. J. Mason, president. Evening sermon, Isaiah 53 :G. The Banner Club was first in raising the most money on Oct. 26, the Pilgrim’s Progress Club second, the Progres sive Club third, the Epoch Club fourth. Mrs. Price and Bro. Price re membered Central church by contrib uting Sunday. All moneys are not in at this writing. Total taken in $261.41. The church is laboring for a new structure in the near future. Rev. D. Over preached an able sermon at Cen tral Sunday afternoon. Rev. Reynolds was on hand and Rev. Thos.-Hazell, also, who contributed of their means. We are truly grateful to the pastors for their hearty cooperation. Church Attendance Day Nov. 2nd, 1913. Bring a brother or sister to church. There will be an official union supper Nov. 27 at night; place, Central church. The Union services will be held at Zion Nov. 27. All churches are invited to take part in the services at 11:00 a. m. Sermon by Rev. Pope. Those wishing to ren der special selections will see Rev. A. E. Reynolds and Rev. Price. Commit tee on Program, eurly as possible. Vereneta Tmnblin is some better, at this writing. Mrs. Uttlejohn has been quite ill but she is improving now. The cer tificates of love will be issued next week to those who merited it in the rally of Oct. LT», 1913. Sunday School rally Sunday after noon at 3:00 p. m. MAS. ELIZA ROLLINS BUTLER. WOMAN EDITOR. COLORADO SPRINGS ADVANCE. NEW PAPER STARTED. We welcome Editor Butler into our editorial Held for we know how she stands for the progress and success of our race. We know of he^ln net most desires and appreciate Her as sistance in Colorado In trying to bring Colorado up to the standard of Jus tice. peace and prosperity. She ha.\ put her editorial bark upon a temptu ous sea where hidden shoals and dan gerous sand bar lurk far and near, but we know by her good judgment, com mon sense and experienced Intelli gence she can and will safely land at the coveted goal In the harbor of finance and success. Again. Colorado Springs Advance, we welcome thee and congratulate the editor. THE JENKINS ORPHANAGE. New Workers Aid Southern Institution at Big Public Meeting. The mass meeting held nt Sulzer’i Ilarleni River casino. New York, Aug. 28 In the interest of the Jenkins or phnnnge. Charleston. S. C.. was liberal 1 y patronized. Being held In the finan cial Interest of an Institution so fnr removed from New York, the attend ance of possibly 2.000 persons was In dicative of the growing tendency among our people to co-operate In all matters of importance toJ.be well being of the race. The Institution In Charleston was started in 1801 with four orphan chil dren. During the tirst live years of Its existence it cared for 530 children, and the corps of teachers was eight, with two other workers. In 1012 there was a renewed effort over former years to meet the expense of curing for 200 cliildren. besides the other running ex penses of the Institution. The orphanage owns a 100 acre tract of farm land, which was given by Mr Joseph Wild oi Brooklyn, enabling the management to provide agricultural training for the boys uiid girls In con nection with their literary studies. Much of the money for running the school In past years has been raised through the personal efforts of Dr Jenkins, founder and president of the orphanage, and through concert and street music given by the orphanage band, which consists of twenty well trained boys and n leader. Dr. Jenkins received much encour agement from his New York effort and returns to the Institution with renew ed determination to carry forwnrd this much needed feature of charitable work among the colored orphan chil dren in Charleston. Gifts of money, provisions and clothing will he appre ciated by the institution and may be sent to the home, which Is located n* 20 Franklin street. Charleston. S. C. Among the speakers for the evening’s entertainment were the lion. John J Murphy, who represented Mayor W. J. Gaynor. and Dr. James 11. Gordon superintendent of the Howard Orphan age and Industrial school at King's Park, New Yoru. Dr. C. 11. McDonald was master of ceromonlrr- HRS. A: N. POPE TWRNBO PROPRIETOR “Poro” College 3100 Pine St. St Louis, Hi. T’HE “PORO" SYSTEM of Scalp and A Hair treatment is based on the lat est scientific and sanitary methods, effecting a healthy scalp thus promot ing a growth of beautiful hair. The “Poro” preparations used in con nection with the treatment are made and sold exclusively by myself, having the exclusive right to that name; and 1, alone, know the secret of the com position that bears that name. Oar claim has always been that when the hair begins to grow as the result of the use of “P ORO, ” it will continue to do so if only thescalp and hair be kcot clean. This san itary method o. treatment is also having the desired effect in helping to prevent the spread of diseases, for it is a fait that hair in an unsanitary condition carries the germs of disease which often prove fatal to innocent persons coming in contact with them. For treatment, call on or address: 0 MRS.' R. H. LEE 3151 High Sl liom 81ue.95 l>en»~r AGENT FOR “PORO M Phone Main 8625. DR JUBTINA L. FORD OFFICE HOURS: iU to 12 a. m., 2 to 4 p. m. f 7 to 8 p. m. OFFICE AND RE3IDENcE, 233iF,Aramfto« Bjf t. Denver. •• Mtw Y«rfli Wheel Chain far Sale er Heal WM. JONES ■aku of au. ORTHOPEDIC APPLIANCES Tranee, Brace*. AMaalaai Sapporti Elastic Holier?, Cratches, Etc. Phone Mala 7702 t««h **. DlNVt^%Ol< The Welton Street Furniture Company F. I. LINDENMIEI, Pn*. 2621 Welton Street All kinds of Repair Work neatly done. Kefinishing a specialty. New and Second- Hand Eurnitare bought and sold This Man J| Earns $125 to Sl5O Per Month in Salary and Tips rTluFr Do You? 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