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a4 merchant to succeed must a.m 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. .' 1 ~: 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 .n 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 sol.c'tation. MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS. Bargain Flower Store. 235 15tb St. AUTOMOBILE SERVICE. Oliver Hardwick, stand 27th and Wsl ton St. Phones Champa 3262, York, 2070. BARBER SHOPS. Carrie & Carrie—lB3l Arapahoa. The Jewell—lo 22 13th SL . O. K. Shop—lB34 Arapahoe. ’ Elite—l 223 13th SL The Star —2232 Larimer. A. F. llassehroch. Dealer in Bicycles, 715 26th St. BIRDS. Sullivan Bird & Seed Store —534 16th SL f BICYCLES I. Abovitz, 2204 Champa SL » CAFES. Oklahoma 2731 Welton SL Montreal—l9l6 Arapahoe. Holmes-2121 Arapahoe. Sunshine —1325 21st SL Barnes—274l Welton. Oriental, 2228 Larimer street. Fuylya—l22l 20th SL , Keystone —1857 Champa SL CARPENTER. J M. Nickerson. 2218 Champa street. COAL. FEED AND EXPRESS. Anderson—2233 Washington. Alonzo Brown. 2451 I-arlmer St. ' w <1 stmondh, 2029 chain pa St. Carter—24ls Washington. The Little Cottage Coal Co., 1117 22nd St. CONFECTIONERS. The Maceo —-2715 Welton. Rice A Rice—2632 Welton. Harrison Jacobs, 721 26th Ave. Julian's—2lss Larimer SL * Lauru Seawrlght. 2551 Clarkson SL * C ENT IST. T. E. McClain—2Bo2 Welton. DRUG STORES. While Swan 27th and Welton. Baxter Bldg. Champa Pharmacy—2oth Sc Champa. Elite Drug Store .. 21st Ac Arapahoe Atlas "> ,ton EYE SPECIALISTS. Swlgert Bros—lsso California. FURNITURE AND REPAIRING. The Wlndaor. 2100 Curtis St. J. H. Biggins—l4l7 E. 24th Ave. New York Furniture —2248 Welton. The Welton Slreal Fur. Co. —2621 Welton. FURRIERS. Youman. 422-24 16th street GROCERIES AND MARKETS. Walter Enst —2300 I-arltner.- WVj. Wren. 24th Ave. and Washing toffSt Kaplan Bros . 2315 Arapahoe street O W Olenn Ac Uro 2737 Welton St. Kozy Komer. ,26th Ave. & Ogden St. HARDWARE. Five Points H. C. 0—2643 Welton. HARNESS SHOP. Geo. W. Steffnn—7o9 E. 26th Ave. HAIR SPECIALISTS. Pope Turnho —2100 Pine St., St. Loula Mine. M. 1. Johnson—6Bl Shawmut Ave., Boston. The Lender—2loB I-arlmor. 1 S Hnmlnll. 2439 Ogden St. 4 Mine T. 1). Perkins. .4630 W. 35th Av. HALLS FOR RENT. Eureka —2235 Arnpahoe. Vern—27ll Welton. INSURANCE. I'nion Health Sc Accident Co. —Central Null. Bank Bldg. Western Lite &. Accident Co. —Qas £ Electric Bldg. LOANS AND REAL ESTATE. Colorod American—9l3 21st SL A. J Arfsten —2947 1-arlmcr. Patrick & Langston, 2430 Ogden St. k LAWYERS. George G. Ross—2o9 Klttredge Bldg. LIGHT AND FIXTURES. Dechcr * Co., 1432 Curtis St. LIQUORS. Zang B. Co.—Phone aallup s#6. Capitol Brewing Co., phono Champa 356. ORCHESTRA. Webster —Phone Y'ork 3697. < (leal—lls4 llroadwny. (Joo. Morrison Phono Hickory 1418 ORTHOPEDIC APPLIANCES. Wm. Jones — 808 14th SL « MUSIC INSTRUCTION. George Morrison, Violin — 4242 Tejon St. PICTURE FRAMING. Oglesby —2002 welton. PHYSICIANS AND SURQEONB. S. A. Huff—3l3 Klttredge Bids. P. E. Spratlln—Good Block. Juatiuna Ford —2335 Arapahoe. PLUMBERS. M. C. Bradley, 60914 27th St. Five Points Plumbing Co. —713 E. 26th Aye. J. F. Danlfer —3360 Larimer SL POOL AND BILLIARDS. Metropolitan—lBoB Arapahoe. Bon Ton—l9lB-20 Arapahoe St. SHOE REPAIRING. tfew Way—lBs7 Champa. W'alter Cambers. 1023 18th street. SHINING PARLORS. Ed Jackson—l 626 Curtis St. THEATERS Grand 2017 Larimer St.' Midway 1916 Larimer SL Crescent 2715 Welton St. TAILOR. Sanitary Clothes Cleaners, 2622 Wel ton street. Southern 2144 Stout St. Queen City 1221 E. 24th St. Paris City 601 W. 11th Ave. UNDERTAKERS. Douglas Co. —1836 Arapahoe. A. M. Lawhorn— i92i Arapahoe. WATCH REPAIRING. Wm Volghts—6ll 27th St. WET WASH. Sanitary—2s3s Washington. Daily Christmas Hint This Poppy PlncuiUlon la Extremely New and Smart This pincushion Is tnnde over a wood en hat stand. These wooden forms nn* purchased ut any fancy work store The hope flower forms are pood iml tat lons of large | topples. The top la a smaller poppy. The flowers at the l»asc are three In number. Around a padded satin cover ed center are the petals. The center Is made bj a ball of cotton, the silk curved over It and sewed at the base Pink ribbon la gathered one-fourth of an Inch from the edge. Ribbon Is at FANCY FLOWYR PINCUSHION. tacbed to the base of the podded cen ter, and tho rlblton la wound about in three layers. This sires the petal ef fect The three forms are placed around the base after the stem la wrapped by the ribbon from base to top. A lona piece of ribbon la shirred, aa In the flower forms, and wound around ltsolf, aa the swirled rosea are made, the lower edge drawn and sewed fast to the top. Tut pins with black, white and colored tops In the centers of each flower at the base and you will bare finished aa pretty a pincushion as you will see. These floral pincushions mny be made to represent otbor flowers than popples, of course. It Is a good Idea to scent them with sachet powder. The scent should. If possible, be suited tu the flowers, a rose cushion being per fumed with rose powder, etc. If yon happen to know what Is the favorite flower of the ono for whom the gift Is Intended use H In dcslgulug the pin cushion. A gift of this sort will be appreciated and kept loug nfter the useless trifles so often got up In the name of fancy work are discarded and forgotten. UPLIFT WORK IN NORTH CAROLINA Influence of State Normal School Widely Felt. ACTIVITY OF THE STUDENTS Success of Institution In Fayetteville Largely Due to the Untiring Efforts and Executive Ability of Its Princi pal, Who Knows How to Get the Best Results. By GEORGE F. KING. Fayetteville, N. C.—Both races in this section of North Carolina are especial ly proud of the quiet but real, tangible work for the effective advancement of the Afro-American folk that the State Normal School For Colored Youth in this city is accomplishing. This splen did state institution is largely a trib ute to the exceptional ability of its principal. Dr. E. E. Smith. The graduates of this school have been so imbued with the spirit of right eous activities that the Afro-American farmers especially and hundreds of our people of the rural districts are given a proper conception of what efficiency counts for in the struggle for decent existence. These well trained young men and women have caused hundreds of Afro- Americans to make their homes attrac tive and healthful. They do not di vorce religion from their daily activi ties. These young people, in many in stances, have exerted an inspiring in- riUM'IFAL R- E. SMITH. fluencc over many of their fellows, es pecially the obstreperous youths that were inclined to become immune to civic righteousness. In this particular instance, which is so evident and impressive. Dr. Smith's cureer in this work has elicited un swerving support on the part of the better class of white citizens of North Carolina. It Is stated by many in au thority that he has built up one of the best state institutions for colored youth in the state. The great demonstration by the farmers of this section last September, when they had a parade consisting of 250 men mounted on horses and mules and buggies and marchers making a continuous line for over two miles, the judge closing court for the day and a number of prominent white citizens visiting the school to witness the events of the day. is concrete evi defirc of the value of the school to the state. The attendance this year is unprec edented in the nnnnls of the school. The student body reflects the kind of credit on principal and faculty that will ultimately make the Afro-Ameri can triumph over barriers that at times seem insurmountable. The forty-sixth annual session of the Rapt.ist educational and missionary convention of North Carolina, which recently met at Rocky Mount, was strongly indorsed by Dr. Smith. It is conceded by some of the leading men of the race Identified with him in a number of excellent movements that there Is not a letter record keeper in the south than he. As an appreciation'of this fact this convention at its session in 1012 hon ored him with a costly gold headed fane am! enthusiastically re-elected him their recording secretary. It is said that he was one of the most digni fied and efficient United States minis ters to Liberia that this country has had. He served in ex-President Cleve land's administration. South Makes Bid For Foreign Labor. The Hon. Ralph W. Tyler struck the keynote in a recent article, dated from Greensboro. 'lvy.. In reference to the desire on the part of southern agricul turists to have the tide of foreign im migration turned to the southland. At a meeting held In New Orleans the last week In October the Mississippi Valley Immigration association passed resolutions asking government aid In turning the tide of Immigration from the east and west to the great unde veloped territory of the southern states. WE WE WAITING FOR YOU The Big 4 Imperial Danciog Club Will Start Their Festivities Saturday, Oct. 18 and Continue all Winter at EUREKA HALL Every Saturday and Tuesday from i? M. to 12 P. M. Chitterling Supper Served a I Gentlemen i^c ) Ladies rree F. BRANFORD. A. BRANCH Mir>. Daily Christmas Hint If In Doubt, Give Her a Smart Bag Many are tbe ways that small pieces of leftover luce can be utilized in tbe making of holiday gifts, useful and at tbe same time ornamental. They are things that will delight tbe heart of tbe most fastidious wornaD. Tbe bag HAN I*6o SdE BAO OP LACE. pictured is one of those dainty confec tions tint lend themselves to any kind of rather heavy lace. Silk cord is used for drawing up the bag. and it is pret ty when lined with either rose or pale greet' thin silk, hut it is safest perhaps to us< a white china silk lining. Daily Christmas Hint What to Give the Man of the House “What shall 1 give Torn. Dick or John?** Is the question that is agitating many feminine uiinds at the present minute. Now. Indies, why not set M h?rnt HOLD Kit AND POCKET SCISSORS. you queries nt rest by selecting one or the meful gifts here illtistmted? One of them is a very substantial and mannish looking necktie holder In Seat'.er ami nickel, and to make this gift individual the owner's initials iu gold may be addl'd. The second gift pictured la a pair of pocket scissors and nail file In a neat leather case. BURLINGTON HIRES MANY NE GROES. We are proud to note that City Pas senger Agent Geo. W. Vallery of the Burlington railway has remembered the services and loyalty of the Ne groes in the last election by giving them the concrete work in the laying of the tracks along Walnut street. We thank him for his recognition as if has meant several hundred dollars to Ne gro families this winter. Thanks. Mr. Vallery. 2079 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 ao small a rate and pay a collector's commission. No items of this nature accepted without cash ® Artists Electrical Massage Bolden Bros. Barber Shop RUFUS BOLDEN, Manager QUICK SERVICE 926 NINETEENTH STREET DENVER, COLO. Near Curtisl 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 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 GOAL $5.00 AND UP WE ca m n oney e you Northern Lump, per Ton $4 00 500 lbs. Lignite Lump $1 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 Lawrence 0 YOUR EYES 0 #Tell the story of the care you give them. : Don’t #take chances; those head* aches, that nervousness, and many other com- # plaints, all come from » eye strain. : A scientific examination and good By glasses will bring relief. A —Try Us £ ■Mb ocvoTtD acuamiT to m [ub»aim< of tmi tW ins. no rrmw; im *AMT*craßic or uaucs A A j Th« Swijert Bro*. Optical Co. , PCN\T R 5 AfUAJLC QPTKIAVj All BB lS'-o caufwwu st. «a* sam>TH st Bw NOTICE TO CITIZENS. Wanted, agents, either sex. for our new book. "Life Lines of Success," for colored Americans. Just off the press; ready for delivery Oct. 30. 1913. Written and published for the future advancement of a rising race, in com memoration of the remarkable accom ; plishments of the past, containing over 500 large pages, including 60 FULL PAGE PHOTOGRAPHIC PIC TURES. Free descriptive circular, or i send 25 cents for canvassing outfit at 1 once; the first choice of territory, j Big money quickly made in selling 'this book. The only NEGRO publish- 1 ing firm allowing better terms than all others. Write tor our terms. Ad dress Howard. Chandler & Co., 6434 Vincennes Ave., Chicago. 111. Mrs. Laura Seawright CONFECTIONARIES ; Ordered Dinners and Lunches a Specialty. Home Made Candies, Chili and Noodles. Soft Drinks. Open from S a. m. till 2 p. m. 2551 CLARKSON ST. FOR RENT EUREKA HALL Parties wishing To Rent Eureka Hail, 2238 Arapa hoe St., Phone Main 7940. Geo. W. Steffan Dealer in Harness, Blankets, Robes, Whips and Saddles. Everything for the Horse REPAIRING A SPECIALTY I 709 E 26th AVENUE i J. F. Van Daniker, Pres, and (Mgr., Residence 291 S Gay lord St. Phone York 3SOO |W. S. Williams, Sec’y, 153 W. Ellsworth St. Phone | South 2952. ) J. F. VAN DANIKER | PLUMBING AND HEATING | COMPANY | PHONE MAIN 2017 k 3360 LARIMER STREET I FREE . Rheumatism, Catarrah, Piles, • Corns, Pains of any kind Free . for one week. Come and and ; be cured in 15 minutes. See i k ing it is believidg, • ISO 2 Arapahoe St., Room 2 Afternoons Only. NEW BICYCLES We Sell at 70 per cent on the dollar Rocky Mountain Cycle Exchange 2204 CHAMPA STREET JOSEPH CARTER jSBBr < . r Coal and Wood Express 2425 WASHINGTON STREET Phone Main 6544 Prompt Delivery A CONSUMPTIVE COUGH. A cough that bothers you continully is one of the danger signals which warns of consumption. Dr. King's New Discovery stop the cough, loosen the chest, banish fever and let you sleep peacefully. The first dose checks the symptoms and gives prompt re lief. Mrs. A. P. Mertz. of Glen Ellyn. lowa, writes: “Dr. King's New Dis covery cured a stubborn cough after six weeks’ doctoring failed to help.” Try it. as it will do the same for you. Best medicine for coughs, colds, throat and lung troubles. Money back if it fails. Price 50c and $l.OO. AH druggists, by mail, H. E. Bucklin & Co., Philadelphia or St. Louia.