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► . A 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. " 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 15th SL M. A. Yorty, Sunshine Lamp—22l6; * Ijirlmer St. AUTOMOBILE SERVICE. Oliver Hardwick, stand 27th and Wel tou St. Phones Champa 3262, York , 2070. BARBER SHOPS. Carrie A Arapahos. The Jewell—lo 22 15th SL O. K. Shop—lB34 Arapahoe. Elite—l 223 19th SL The Star—2232 Larimer. Bolden 8r05.—926 19th SL BIROS. fculllvan Bird & Seed Store—B34 15th SL * bicycles I. Abovitr. 2204 Champa SL A. F. Hassebroeb, Dealer in Bicycle*. 715 26th St. CAFES. Oklahoma 2731 Welton SL Montreal—l9l6 Arapahoe. Holmea—2l2l Arapahoe. Sunahlne —1325 21st 8L , Barnea—274l Welton. Fuylya—l22l 20th 8L Keystone—lB67 Champa SL CARPENTER. . J. M. Nickerson. 2218 Champa street. COAL, FEED AND EXPRESS. Knlgbt A Joinders, 911 21st SL Ham Brown —1314 21st SL C. W. Bridges—6l9 27th SL Anderson—2239 Washington. W. O. Slmonds. 2029 SL Career —2416 Washington. The l.ltlle Cottage Coal Co.. 1117 22nd SL. CONFECTIONERS. The Maceo —2716 Welton. Rice A Rice—2632 Welton. Harrison Jacobs, 721 26th Ave. Julian's—2lss Larimer SL Laura Soawrlght. 2551 Clarkson 8L CENTIST. T. E. McClain—2Bo2 Welton. DRUG STORES. White Swan—27th and Welton. Baxter Champa Pharmacy —20tb A Champa. Elite Ilrug Store.... 21st A Arapahoe Atlas Drug Co 2701 Welton EYE SPECIALISTS. Bwlgert Bros. —1650 California FURNITURE AND repairing. J. H. Biggins—l4l7 E. 24tb Are. New York Furniture —2248 Welton. The Welton Slroet Fur. Co. 2621 W r elton. FURRIERS. A'ouman, 422-24 15tb strecL GROCERIES AND MARKETS. Waller East—23oo lArlmer. W. S. Wren, 24th Avc. and W ashing ton SL i Kaplan Ilroß.. 2316 Arapahoe atrcoL O. W. Glenn & Ilro. .. .2737 Welton SL Cash Progress—2B24 Welton St. hardware. Five Points H. Co. —2643 Welton. HARNESS SHOP. Geo. W. Steffan—7o9 E. 26th Ave. HAIR SPECIALISTS. Roi>o-Turnt)0 —3100 Pino St-, St, Loul* Mmc. M. L Johnson —681 Staawmut Av©., Bosion. The lender —2108 Darlmer. .1 s. Rnmlah. 2439 Ogden SL Mmc. T. D. Perkins. .4630 W. 35th Av. HALLS FOR RENT. Eureka —2235 Arapahoe. Fern —2711 Welton. insurance. Union Health & Accident Co.—Central Natl. Bank Bldg. Western Life A Accident Co.—Oat A Electric Bldg. LOANS AND REAL ESTATE. ' Colored American —913 21al SL A. J. Arfsten—234'. Larimer. Patrick A Langston, 2430 Ogden St. LAWYERS. George Q. Rosb—2o9 Klttredge Bldg. LIGHT AND FIXTURES. Dochcr A Co.. 1432 Curtis St. LIQUORS. Znng B. Co. —Phone oallup 895. Capitol Brewing Co., phone Champa 35G. OF.CHEBTRA. Webster—Phone York 3697. ideal —1154 Broadway. Geo. Morrison Phone Hickory 1418 -2 ORTHOPEDIC APPLIANCES. yita. Jones —808 14th SL music instruction George^y!" 011 ' Violin—4242 TnjOß PICTURE FRAMING. J. B. Oglaahy —2601 n altos. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. S. A. Huff—3l3 Klttredge Bldg. P. E. Spratlin—Good Block. Justiana Ford —2335 Arapahoe. PLUMBERS. M. C. Bradley, 609*4 27th St Five Points Plumbing Co. —713 E. 26th Ave. POOL AND BILLIA RDS. Metropolitan—lBoB Arapahoe. Bon Ton—l9lB-20 Arapahoe St. SHOE REPAIRING. *»ew Way—lBs7 Champa. Walter Cambers. 1023 18th street. SHINING PARLORS. Ed Jackson—l 626 Curtis St. THEATERS Grand 2017 Larimer St Midway 1946 Larimer SL Crescent 2715 Welton St. TAILOR. Sanitary Clothes Cleaners, 2622 Wel ton street. Southern 2144 Stout St Paris City 601 W. 11th Ave UNDERTAKERS. Douglas Co. —183 f Arapahce. A. M La whom— i92i Arapahoo. WATCH REPAIRING. Wm. Voights—6ll 27th SL WET WASH. Sanitary—263s Washington. Mmc. M. L. JOHNSON BUDUITK SCALP SPECIALIST &IB 4 HAIR COLTURIST. ■mMnl FuW.ti* ■im|i Mi IcMHb Ml Tnstef. Th. .bore cut represents Mac. Tohtv >cn a. ah. I. today, with her own NAT URAL. HAIR cultivated by the uae of our own Half Remedies She can do for you wh.t aha ha. done for herself and thousand, of other* in every part of thi. country, a Uae Johnson*. Hair Food, fbr (rowing Hair on bald head, and bare temples. It make, hard, dry hair; soft, moist, glossy and luiurlent. Per Jar, 60c. Uaa Johnaon'a Hair Grower, for Invig orating, Strengthening, Nourishing the Root, and Stimulating the Hair growth. Per Bottle, 60c. Use Johnaon'a Dandruff Cure. It cleans the Scalp of gum, grit, dandruff, scales and dirt, and leave* It healthy and pure. Per Jar 25c. Uae Johnaon'a Itch Cure. It will atop that Itching Scalp. Per Jar 25c. Uae Johnson's Shampoo Cream, for ahampoolng the scalp and hair. It clean* tea and beautifies. Per Jar 25c. * Use Johnson'* Medicated Soap, for th* complexion, shaving. shampolng and akin disease#. Per Cake, 26c. Uae Johnson'# Cream of Camphor. It beautifies the face, hands and neck. Re lieves headache and neuralgia and will gradually lighten the akin. Per Bot 60c, Uae Johnson's Sure Hair Dvr. Change* th* grayest hair dark after a few applica tion*. Per Bottle,. $l.OO Wa are the Pioneer manufactarers of Scientific Hair Preparations In the United State*. We also make Wig*, Switches, Pomps, Coronet Braids, Puffs and front Parts to match your hair. Beat work manship. Lovett price*. Send 10c fora large sample jar of John son's Hair Food and terms to Agent*. Write your letter to DR. W. At UANOER JOHNSON ) ■nr MART L? JOHNSON ( ***'' Ml SftMMt Km**, - Bohn, ■***. Pltass mention this ransr. SAVED HIS FOOT. H. D. Ely, of Bantam, 0., suffered from horrible ulcer on his foot foi four years. Doctor odvlsed amputa tlon, but lie refused and reluctnntly tried Bucklem's Arnica Salve ns a last rosort. He then wrote: “I used yout salve and my foot was soon complete ly cured." Best temedy for burns, cuts, bruises and eczema. Get a box today. Only 25c. All druggists or by mall. H. E. Buoklan A Co., Philadel phia or St. I oulo. SOMEBODY DREAMED. He Saw the Negro Passing as a Pugil ist—Will the Dream Come True? Slowly, yet as sure as there is a to morrow, is the white race regaining the upper hand in pugilism, and unless all signs are badly misleading, inside of another year or two the white fight ers will once more reign supreme. .For the last half dozen years the Ne gro has held the ace in the fighting game, but the change is about due, and when it takes place it is doubtful if ever again will the black man be given the opportunity to match his skill with the gloves against his white brethren. Once the championships of all divisions are held by white box ers, there is reason to believe that mixed bouts will forever be barred by the authorities, in the United States at least. At present the bantamweight cham pionship of the world is held by a white boy, Johnny Coulon, who re fuses to meet a Negro in the ring. Johnny cannot remain champion for ever. but he is not likely to lose his title to other than a white boy. The featherweight crown is also worn by a white fighter, Johnny Kilbane, and the little Cleveland artist does not in tend to allow a Negro to beat him. Willie Ritchie is the lightweight cham pion, and there does not loom up a colored fighter who stanus a chance against the Frisco miller. The only championship held by a Negro at the present time is the heavyweight title, which Jack John son still carts around. There are pos sibilities, though, that Johnson will shortly find himself relieved of the crown he has worn for the past five years. The Negro fighter is gradually dy ing out. Less than ten years ago the names of Joe Cans, Joe Walcott, Jack Blackburn, Jack Johnson, Sam Lang ford. Sam McVey, and Joe Jeannette were common to the boxing fans. The last of these are Langford, Jeannette and the champion. and Jeannette are slowlv fading, and in side of another year ihe pair will prob ably be forgotten. Their exhibition they are about ready to join the down and out club. True. did not train for that bout, but those who have watched Sam in his fights since he returned to this country declare that he's done. Langford stalled along for many years, failing to give the fans the best he had. but now his star is gradually dying out. —The Indi anai>olis Freeman. OH, IT’S GREAT. (Recited by Janies J. Jeffries ) Oh, it’s great when the mob is cheer ing. And the hats are in the air; When a champion lies before you And you’ve grabbed the winner’s share. You stand there in the spotlight. Undisputed, monarch —KING; A panting, battered, bruised and bleeding Ruler of the padded ring— But that's when von*re champion Ev’ry handshake holds a welcome, Years of struggle are a joke; Ev’ry face is smiling gladly Through the wreaths of curling smoke. Business Phone |Rcsidence Phone Champa 3262 |York 2079 HARDWICK AUTO SERVICE “OLIVER HARDWICK, M*r.! ' ~~Z SERVICE BY TRIP OR HOUR] STAND AT ATLAS DRUG] STORE, 2701 WELTON ST. Money To Loan Chattels One Month’s Interest Free| We Scan Sots of money to anybody, like $lO. $l5. $2O, $25. $3O. $4O. $5O 165, $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 juick; 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 Treas. The Atlas Drug Co. Incorporated Leaders in Prescriptions Store No. i Store No. 2 2701 WELTONIST. 26th AND WELTON Joy and riches, fame and glory— Loud anu long your praise is sung, And the world soon knows the story And your name’s on ev’ry tongue— But tnat’s when you’re champion. But you’ll learn that time is fleeting; Glory seldom comes to stay, And the iate that made you in a night Can break you in a day. Once again the ringside echoes, But a curse is ev’ry shout, For they’re cheering a new champion, As you’re slowly counted out — And you’re a "has-been.” For your foot’s no longer shifty, And your spirit wants to bolt, And your eye has lost its cunning And your swing has lost its jolt. Then the handshakes lack their wel come And the cheers don’t sound the same, And you realize how fickle »s that empty bubble, "Fame” — When you're a ‘‘has-been.’’ Still, all this world’s a battle, And moral’s an old, old text— The cheers for each new champion Are drowned in the cheers for the next. WHAT YOU MUST PAY FOR. To save a vast amount of corre spondence, it is here stated that this paper does not publish resolutions of any nature, cards of thanks, lengthy obituaries nor notices of gatherings to * which admission is charged, unless; they are paid for. It seems impossible to bring the; general public to a realization of the fact that a publisher is within his rights when he demands payment for the publication of matter that has no news value. The average individual or organization willingly pays the printer for "dodgers” or “posters” calling attention to an entertainment or a business, but he thinks a news paper ought to advertise it free of charge A society passes resolutions of condolence with instructions that J a copy be sent to the xamily of the deceas* : and to certain papers. The subject matter is of interest only to a few individuals, but the newspaper is expe- ted to give them wide public ity without charge. The bereaved family wishes to express its thanks to friends for services rendered. To save postag* a card is handed to the news paper publisher with the request that it be inserted free of charge, of course. In time it may happen, as with The Advocate, that the paper discontinues publication. Then there is heard a chorus of "I told you so’s’ usually sung by those who, in addition to hav ing a' tiled themselves of its adver tising pace free of charge, are delin quent in their subscriptions. The vdvocate has had sufficient ex perien of this kind to warrant the staten nt that it knows whereof it consequently, it will hereaf ter, w hout exceptions, publish only at the regular advertising rates com munic.tions of the nature referred to ah- ve>—' The Advocate. NOTICE. An T party knowing the where abouts of John R. Bryan, who is sick in this city, will please notify Rev. Price or Ernest R. McKinney at the Y M. C. A. headquarters. Artists Electrical Massage vJjSyQjfe ’ ) Bolden Bros. Barber Shop RUFUS BOLDEN, Manager QUICK SERVICE 926 NINETEENTH STREET DENVER, COLO. Near Curtis Phone Main 4052 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. Haliowell, Manager TRUNKS EXPRESS MOVING THE LITTLE COTTAGE COAL CO. Phone Main 8314 R. E. NORRIS Quick Service Soft Lump $4.50 Per Ton Coal, Lump per Ton, . $6 00, $6.50, $7.00 5 Sacks of Nut, . . . 1.00 5 Sacks of Lignite Soft Lump, . 1.00 4 Sacks of Hard Lump, . . . 1.00 WOOD, per Sack, . .10 1117 22nd Street, Between Arapahoe and Lawrenea • Tell the story of the care you give them. : Don’t nr #rake chances; those head* aches, that nervousness, and many other com* i • plaints, all coaie from _ | eye strain. : A scientific Ai | examination aad good glasses will bring relief. I A —Try t/ J= _ jX ooottd excu.'svut to tvi mmuTio* of m vv itu. na rrrrwc am *a*itacrvtmc or « »wt jy a § TL« Swigert Bro*. Optical Co. , Pf.VM«T~S f fUAfllX OfTWaVT ‘ 1W0 CAurwt.su st. nix* sotidt™ st. ytw 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 PULL PAGE PHOTOGRAPHIC PIC TURES. Free descriptive circular, or send 25 cents for canvassing outfit at once; the first choice of territory. Big money quickly made in selling this book. The only NEGRO publish- 1 ing firm allowing better terms than all others. Write for 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 P a. m. till 2 p. m. 2551 CLARKSON ST. FOR RENT EUREKA HALL Parties wishing To Rent Eureka Hall, 2235 Arapa hoe St., Phone Main 7940. Geo. W. Steffan Dealer in Harness, Blankets, Robes, Whips and Saddles. Everything for the Horse REPAIRING A SPECIALTY 709 E. 26th AVENUE FREE TILL CHRISTMAS! A Hudioaa Unbreakable Rubber Comb Free V k The comb retails at 50c and will be civen away to anybody who purchases one of DR. SCOTT’S Electric Hair Brushes This brush stimulates the roots of the hair and prevents dandruff—tho great enemy of the scalp. Makes the hair grow. It relieves nervous headache and neuralgia. Made of selected bristles. No wire tj injure the hair or scalp Beware of imitations. This brash is packed in a neat box. with com pass to test power. Appropriate Christmas Gift — sent by insured mail, postpaid, for $1.00 with our 30-dav guarantee. Our book on specialties mailed I free. Don't forget to accept this offer. CANVASSING AGENTS WANTED mi mu tuewe co„ m west 3«tt st„ »n» tom BIG 4 IMPERIAL CLUB Extends an invitation to one and all to attend their Saturday and , Tuesday Afternoon and Evening Dancing at Eureka Hall. F. BRANFORD. A. BRANCH M(t». STOMACH TROUBLES DISAPPEAR. Stomach, liver and kidney troubles, weak nerves, lame back and female ills disappear when Electric Bitters are used. Thousands of women would not be without a bottle in their home. Eliza Pool of Depew, Okla., writes: "Electric Bitters raised me from a bbed of sickness and suffering and has done me a world of good. I wish every suffering woman could use this excellent remedy and find out, as I did, just how good it is.” As it has helped thousands of others, it surely will do the same for you. Every bot tle guaranteed. 50c and $1.00. At all druggists. H. E. Bucklin & Co., Phil adelphia or St. Louis. JOSEPH CARTER ms ■' - j Coal and Wood Express 2425 WASHINGTON STREET Phone Mein 6544 Prompt Delivery Dr. Westbrook, office 29 Good block, office phone Main 1433. Residence 266 King St. Residence phone South 2068. ■ ' , -\r.