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WHY BE BALD ?
By using my special treatmen I promise to grow
hair on every persons head who has been bald
twenty-five years. Stop hair from falling out,
promote new growth in six weeks, restore color
to gray or faded hair without the use ot dye.
Will grow short hair long. Satisfaction guaran
teed or money refunded,
E. WILLIAMS
iqi4 ARAPAHOE STREET DENVER, COLO.
BARGAINS HARD MS PRICES BARGAINS
1 lb. Tea, your choice, - - - 35 c
3 packages Cereal Coffee, - 45 c
3 cars Do It Soap, - - - - - 3 oc
|si.oo
$l.OO WORTH OF GOODS FOR. 25c
B. B. Salvage Shop
1127 MARKET ST. DENVER, COLO.
Knight &. Landers
Coal Company . .
915-21st St., Between Curtis & Champa
Big Sack Nut Coal, -25 c! Half Ton Good Lump, $2.25
Big Sack Lump Coal, -25 c Best Lump Coal, Ton - $5.00
Big Sack Wood, - -10 c Block Wood or Cord Wood
500 lbs. Good Lump Coal $1.25 ' Cheap.
5 Sacks Lump or Nut, $lOO Quick Service Full Weight
Coal Delivered to any part of City. Nickel back on Phone
Orders soc. or over. Phone Main 8359
Money To Loan
Chattels
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 possession; very secret, private and
quick; in one hour all done; plenty clerks and auto go any place.
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 T^reas.
The Atlas Drug Co.
Incorporated
Leaders in Prescriptions
Store No. 1 Store'No. 2
2701 WELTON ST. 26th AND WELTON
Business Phone , Residence Phone
Champa 3262 York 2079
HARDWICK AUTO SERVICE
OLIVER HARDWICK, M*r.
SERVICE BY TRIP OR HOUR]
STAND AT ATLAS DRUG; STORE, 2701 WELTON ST.
Fine Noodles Phone Champa Full Weight Guaranteed
Chop Suey .682 De li ve red Anywhere In The
City.
BUY FROM
Fred K. Yama ALONZO BROWN
DEALER IN
FUJIYA RESTAURANT C j AL WGOD
BY SACK OR TON
, 22 | 20th St. Denver 2451 Larimer St. Denver
Church News
SCOTT METHODIST EPISCOPAL
CHUfICH, 803 26TH AVE.
REV. S. L. DEAS, Pastor.
Preajhing each Sunday at 11:00
and 8:00 p. m. 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 Sunday School day.
Zion hopes to see every member ol'
the church in the Sunday school at
9:45 a. m. and every member of the
Sunday school at service at 11 a. ni
The pastor will preach a special
sermon in the morning on the Sunday
school work. Subject, "The Little
Flock." Evening subject, "Thy Kin;;
dom Come.”
Everybody welcome.
Great preparation will be made fo
the Christmas services at 5 a. m.
The choir is preparing a special
program of music. The Pulpit Aid So
ciety will decorate the building. Ser
mon by the pastor.
The men of the church wiR serve a
great free banquet to the women on
the evening of Jan. Ist. The whole of
Zion’s membership is expected to be
present. Reports covering the year's
work will be made.
CAMPBELL OHAPEL A. M. E.
CHURCH, CORNER 23RD AND
LAWRENCE STS. REV. JAMES
WASHINGTON, PASTOR.
Sunday School at 9:30 a. m.
Preaching at 10:45 a. m. and 7:45
p. m.
Class meeting, 12:00 m.
Allen’s Christian Endeavor each
Sunday at 6:30 p. m. A cordial invi
tation is extended to all.
Official board Monday at 8 p. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday, 8 p. in.>
All are cordially invited to the!
services.
The Sunday school is earnestly
working to make citw-wide Sundn
School day a success. The Allen C. •
E. League choir will render the mus
Preaching by Rev. 3. A. . Newmtr
a ( hristian Jew of the M. E. denom
ination. 7:45 p. m.
Allen C. E. League at 6 :30 p. m.
conducted by Miss Florence Doudy
and Miss Rosa Brown.
The prayer meeting this past month
has taken on new life and has the larg
est attendance in the history of the
church; have been compelled to leave
the lecture room and use the auditor
ium.
Dec. 16th, a mid-winter musical will
be given by Madam C. A. J. Spires of
Indiana, ably assisted by readers and
soloists of rare ability and a female
sextette. The Sewing Circle will
serve refreshments.
Dec. 28th, the annual sermon ot the
Rocky Mountain lodge No. 1, of A. F.
& A. M.
In spite of the great catastrophe
that visited Denver last week, we had
splendid services all day and two
were added to the church.
To these services all have a codial
invitation.
CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday school lesson, "The Sin. of
Achan.” Josh. 7:6-14. Golden text, "Be
sure your sin will find you out. Num.
32:23. W. A. Moore, Supt. J. W.
Hardy, Asst. Supt.
B. Y. P. U. topic. Lessons from the
men and women of the Bible Heb.
11:1-40. J. Mason, president.
Owing to the inclement weather the
attendance was somewhat short last
Sunday.
The covenant meeting last Sunday
was full of enthusiasm.
Many braved the snow Sunday night
and the Ixird’s Supper administered
to a number of cheerful hearts.
The great snow* blockade gave work
to many that desired work.
Mrs. Price has been indisposed for
several days.
Verneta Tumblin Is still improving.
Mrs. J. J. Jackson is a faithful soul
to the sick. She has been so faithful
in caring for little Vereneta Tumblin.
The Sunday school scholars have
been very attentive to Vereneta.
\yr.lch for Christmas program
A sacred cantata will be rendered
at Central on Christmas eve.
Mr. S. H. Baxter has been sornow'hat
indisposed but is improving now. , .
Visitors are welcome.
Word has been received that Mrs.
Brannen and Mrs. Hall are better. We
trust that they will recover from their
Illness si>eedlly.
Pastor’s discourse is in Psalms Sun
day.
Mrs. H. Fort has been Indisposed
since Sunday night.
SHORTER CHAPEL.
Washington and Twenty-third Sts.
Rev. Robert L. Pope, Pastor.
The following order of service will
be observed at Shorter chapel tomor
row :
9:45 a. m., Sunday school. Lesson,
"The Sin of Achan.” Joshua 7:1-26.
11:00, sermon by the pastor on "The
Teaching Work of the Church.”
6:30 p. m., Allen Christian Endeavor
League. Topic, "Lessons from Men
and Women of the Bible.” Heb. 11:1-
40.
7:30, sermon, "Our Day of Visits
tion,” by the pastor.
City-wide Sunday School day will be
observed tomorrow and every member
of Shorter is cordially invited to At
tend Sunday school at 9:45 a. m., and
every member o{ the Sunday school
is invited to attend the preaching ser
vice at the morning hour. livery man
and woman in Denver should attend
some Sundpy school tomorrow, and
every boy and girl should attend the
morning preaching service.
Madam M. H. Demby, of Boston,
Mass., will appear in a classical re
cital at .shorter Thursday evening, De
cember 18th. She possesses rare abil
ity as an artist and will give the music
lover of Denver the most satisfying
entertainment of the season. The
Mite Missionary Society and Stew
ardess Board are leaving no stone un
turned to make this a red letter occa
sion. Miss Demby will oe ably sup
ported by some of our best local tal
ent. Tickets are now on sale; get
them early. Admfssion 25 cents. —Ad.
Mrs. J. P. Starks, Messrs. J. E.
Starks and J. H. Shelton and Mrs.
Minnie Elliott were among our recent
accessions to the Sunday school. It
is so encouraging to see our adult de
partment growing so rapidly. May
others do likewise.
We are glad to announce that Sis
ters Fannie Brown, 1182 south Penn.,
and Sister Irvin Williams, 2227 Arap
ahoe. are convalescing rapidly. We
hope that very soon they will be priv
ileged to mingle with us again, fully
restored to health.
Denver is just emerging from the
dutches of the heaviest snow storm in
the city’s history and our deaconess,
stewardess and league, led on by our
peerless Ushers’ club, are now return
ing to normal condition after having
been flooded with commendation and
applause by the public for having con
ducted one of the largest and most
successful reunions witnessed in this
section. Our auxiliaries were at their
best and through their efforts scores
of those in need of comfort and good
cheer were made happy.
Mr. Royal C. Brown, president of j
Shorter's C. E. League, presented his
society with fifty copies of Jubilant
Praise, the official song book of Chris
tian Endeavor. Brother Brown has
his soul in his work and he is receiv
ing the hearty co-operation of the con
gregation In general.
The People*’ Presbyterian
23rd Ave. and Washington St.
Rev J. A. Thos- Hazell, S. T. B.
Sermon Topics, Sunday Dec.
.14
11 a. m. —‘‘The Tragedy of
Hospitality."
5 p. m —" The Pedigree of
Christ."
In spite of the aftermath of Den
ver’s worst snow storm, more than 40
persons assembled at each of the serv
ices In the chapel last Sabbath. The
pastor waived his advertised subjects
and deduced “Lessons from tho Snow *
as a substitute. Tomorrow he will
preach from the advertised subject for
last Sabbath morning. A large at
tendance is requested to be out.
The Hazell chapter of the Westmin
ster Guild will hold its last session for
the year at the residence of the act
ing president, Mrs. Mary Cartwright,
716 29th street, next Monday night at
8 o’clock. All Interested parties are
urged to be on hand.
Tomorrow, Dec. 14th, is another
great day In the churches of Denver,
being city-wide Sabbath School day.
Every member of the church, every
friend of the church; every casual wor
shipper of the church, is especially in
vited to our Sabbath school at 9:30'
a. m. for one hour. The pastor’s Bible
class in his study begins at 10 o’clock
for one-half hour. “Achen in the
Cam])” will be the pastor’s subject for
deliberation. Colored Presbyterians
and their friends, all together in sim
ultaneous effort to make tomorrow
eclipse Church Attendance day in No
vember. from a viewpoint of numbers,
offertory to the work, and a heighten
ing of our spiritual life.
At 4:15 in the afternoon a devo
tional service, presided over by Mrs.
Emma Anderson, will take place for 45
minutes, immediately after which tho
evening services will be taken up.
Sunday, the 21st, a special sermon
on “The Advent of Christ” will be
preached. At 5 p. in. a Christmas mis
sionary service for the Sabbath school
will he observed. Christmas morning
at 6.: 30 o’clock the usual Christmas
cervices of carol, anthem and vocal
singing, with the communion of the
I word’s Slipper, will form the program.
Christmas night the "world’s Xmac
tree” under the auspices of the Sab
bath school, with Miss Gertrude Strip-
Hn as president, will be the chief item
of interest. Tho special Christmas
offertory envelopes with the offering
may be returned at either of the serv
ices on Sunday, the 21st, or on Christ
mas day.
CHURCH OF THE HOLY RE
DEEMER.
Twenty-second and Humboldt St. The
Rev. Henry B. Brown, D. D.,
Vicar. Church Attendance
Bunday.
7:30 a. m.—Celebration of the Holy
Eucharist.
9:45 a. m.—Sunday School.
11 a. m-. Choral Matins with ser
mon. Subject, “The Four Last Things
—Hell.”
5 p. m.. Choral Vespers with ser
mon by the Rev. Fr. Gray, vicar of
West Denver.
The vicar continues the course ot
special sermons for advent on Sunday
mornings. Bear In mind the special
preacher for Sunday evening.
The Guild of St Perpetua will meet
on Wednesday afternoon at 2 o’clock.
The Sunday school teachers will
meet at 4 o’clock.
Special Advent services on Wed
nesday and Frids> evenings at 8
o’clock.
The Guild of St. Mary the Virgin
(Altar Guild) will meet on Saturday
evening of this week.
All are cordially welcome to .the
services of the church.
COLORADO SPRINGS.
Not in the history of the city has
there been such a snow storm as was
experienced last week. Only in cases
of extreme necessity was there any
travel. '
Mrs. J'lora Elgin and Miss Naoma
expect to leave for Hannibal, Mo.,
Saturday to remain indefinitely.
There were no services at Payne
chapel Sunday for lack of coal.
The revival services that have been
in progress at St. John’s Baptist
church closed Sunday night, with an
addition of forty to the church.
The funeral of Mr. Horace Shellby,
who was found dead at his room on
South Wahsatch avenue' last Monday
morning, was held from the Boyle un
dertaking parlors Tuesday afternoon
at 3 o'clock. Interment in Evergreen
cemetery.
Nr. David Beck, a resident of this
city for a number of years, died sud
denly Monday night at 11 o’clock at
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Mosley,
542 East Moreno avenue, where he
was stopping. No arrangements for
the funeral have been made, a waiting
news from his children.
FOR EVERY SUNDAY SCHOOL
WORKER.
THUMB TACKS FOR SUNDAY
SCHOOL TEACHER.
Characterstics of the Pupil, With
Teaching Points Briefly Stated.
(Arranged bv E. M. Cosn«*r, Denver,
Colo.)
The Beginners.
Rapid physical growth. Age of In
stinct. restlessness, activity, uncon- j
trolled imagination. Are impression
able. imitative. Live in a world of
wonder and dramatic play.
Points: Learn by absorption from
family and teacher. Teaching should
appeal to the senses of seeing, hear-,
ing and feeling or touch. Motion ,
songs, marchings Lessons short,
stories simple. Activity directed, not
repressed.
The Primaries.
Rapid growth of brain Beginning
of reasoning power. Age of curiosity, j
imitation. Imagination, frankness, j
sincerity.
Points: by interested imita-!
tfon and repetition. Teacher an ex
ample. Instruction should appeal to
childish senses and imagination. Con- .
tinuous activity. Memory and hand
work. Stories. May assign work.
The Juniors.
Rapid growth of heart. Gradual in
crease of quantity and heat of blood
In veins. Strenuous physical activity.
Boys rather play with hoys and glris
with girls. T ore of reading. Inquis- ,
itiveness. Memory period, friendly |
age. habit forming.
Points: Quick perceptions. In- i
structlon should he Bane, appealing to
reason: not strongly prthetlc. Set ,
standards. Recognize faithfulness and
effort. Memory and hand work Cul
tivate class, school and church ioy®!:y. ;
Select and direct proper reading.
The Intermediates.
Rapid growth of all physical tis
sues. Appearance of new organs and
corresponding instincts.- Change from ,
boy to man. from girl to woman. Pe- ;
riod of awkwardness (particularly
with hoys), giggling, hoisterousness.
lark of self control: self-conscious- /
ness. New religious experiences. |
Love of the thrilling. Hero worship
Keen sense of honor. Sensitive to !
public opinion.
Points: by dconsclons ef- |
fort, trial and exeprlment. Organize. !
Place responsibility upon them and \
confidence In them. Teacher should !
he the "close friend.” Commend
worthy ambitions and earnest en 1
deavor. Direct social life. Magnify
class spirit, school and church loyalty.
The Young People.
Physical completeness. Attraction
of the sexes. Athletic period. Rush
of conflicting Ideals. Responsive to
the appeals of good and evil. Time of
decisions.
Points: Extensive, organization.
Assign greater responsibilities. In
struction practical rather than doc
trinal. Need of sympathetic kuidanco.
Call, to definite Christian service
Uurge class. school and church
loyalty for the sake of others as well
as self. Carefully plan and direct so
cial activities.
CROUP AND COUGH REMEDY.'
Croup is a terrible disease, it at
tacks children so suddenly they are
very apt to choke Unless given the
projK-r remedy at once. There is noth
ing better in the world than Dr.
King’s New Discovery. Cham
berlain. of Manchester. Ohio, writes
about his children: "Sometimes in
severe attacks we were afraid they
would die, but since we proved what
a certain remedy Dr. King’s Discov
ery is, we have no fear. We rely , on
it for croup, coughs and colds.” So
can you. 50c and $1.00. A bottle
should be in every home. At all drug
gists. H. E. Bucklin & Co., Phlla.,
St. Louis.
Hear Atwell Rose, the phenomenal
boy singer, whose wonderful future
depends on the local Encouragement
of ail music lovers.
When buying your holiday dinners
kindly remember that these advertis
ers are making It possible for us tc
send you this paper, so when you buy
groceries go to Kaplan Grocery, 231
Arapahoe St.; Walter East, 2350 Lar
imer St.; Kozy Korner cash grocery,
26th Ave. arid Ogden St.: W. 8. Wren,
the Missouri Grocery, 24th and Wash
ington AvE.
Remember the Scott-Watklne tan
round contest Dae. 16 at Eureka hall.
Admission 60c. Wsbiter’s orohastra.
MRS. A: M. POPE-TURNBO
PROPRIETOR
“Poro" College
3100' PUe St. St Louis, Ms.
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
I, alone, know the secret of the com
position that bears that name. Our
claim has always been that when the
hair begins to grow as the result of
the use of “F»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 fact that hair ir. an unsanitary
condition carries the germs of disease
which often prove fatal to innocent
persons coming in contact with them.
For treatment, on or address: s
MRS. R. H. LEE
1329 S. Ugin Pkoae Ellawartk 1773 Dnvtr
AGENT FOR “PORO'*
Phone Main 8626.
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W id 12 a. m., 2 to 4 p. m. ( 7 to 8 p. m.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE,
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WLmI Chain far Sale ar Rent
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Timm, Braces, AManuaal 3np>arti
Elaatic Hosiery, Cratches, Etc.
Ffcoa* Mato 770*
•oo 14th St. DENVUt. COL*
The Welton Street
Furniture Gunpany
F. R. LMDENMIER. I’m,.
2621 Welton Street
All kinds of Repair Work
neatly done. K-tinishing a
specialty. New and Second-
Hand Furnitare bought and
sold
This Man
J Earns $125
to $l5O Per
Month in
Salary and Tips
* Do You?
If not, you have the wrong job. f
Why put up with a drudging, poorly
paid position when so many thous
and good places are open to you.
Write to us and we will show you
how you can become a Pullmam Car
Porter and in a short time, and have
I this income for life.
Easy, pleasant work, good chances
for travel and advancement.
For full free information, write to
day to American Service School,
Desk 14, 8o Fifth Ave., New Vork
city.
Spend a penny on your friend. When
they come to visit, or when they leave,
when they are alck, or when they have
done something worthy of note, put
It on a poetal card and mall It to ue.
LUNG DISEASE
“After foSr In our family had died
of consumption 1 woe taken with
a frightful ceugh and'lung trouble,
but my life was eaved anal gained
87 pounds through using
DR. KING’S
NEW
DISCOVER^?
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