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1 ’ POTTED PURTS Flow s for all occasions from I the cradle to the grave. Funeral Designs on short notice Your business is appreciated by us. Prompt Delivery Order by Phone if not coovenieot to call in person SULLIVAN BIRD STORE l 634 FIFTEENTH ST. Phono Morn 24SS D. J. SULLIVAN 4 MM. D. J. SULLIVAN. Tro*. PHONES CHAMPA 1285-395 'J. B. Oglesby Pictures Framed Photos Enlarged Serving Trays Made toOrder HICH IN QUALITY LOW IN PRICE 2602 Welton St. Denver Phone York 1614 * W. S. WREN Missouri Grocery 24th Ave. and Washington 7 bars Water White Soap, 25c 3 cans Peas, Corn, Beans, 25c Extra Special Coffee, lb. 25c 3 boxes 5c Matches for- 10c Phone Main 5513 The Sanitary Wet Wash i » Laundry High Grade Work 35 Pounds Dry Clothes 35 Cts Excess 2c per pound 2535-37 WASHINGTON ST WM. VOSGTS Mfatchmak/.. and lovalw Watches, Clocks, jeVrelry, Silverware, E&c VINK NKPAININa Of all AMDS essay* imr * N.MN. pmnrza. coin The Sunshine Cafe Meals served all hours » open day and night Meals 5, 10, 15 and 20 cts. 1 Jesse Smith, Prop. r * 1325 21st. St. — l ———————l t OFFICE HOURS OFFICE HONE ' 10 to 12 a. m. Champa 619 I 3 to 5 p. m. and by appointment . .. . DR. S. A. HUFFj 1 • Physician and Surgeon 313 KiUredce Bldg. Residence 2:47 Welton St. 1 , PUn> M.i> s»» OEHVES, COLO. AT ANY HOUR You Can Get the Five Points Plumber L. T. WHITE i By calling Champa 3183 at 713 E. 26th Ave., Op. P. O. All Work PromptlyOAttended To and Carefully Done. |. M. NICKERSON Contractor and Builder Job Work a Specialty, Esti mates Made Free, Glazing, . Funiture Repaired, Upholster , ingf Locks and Keys Fitted. Builders Hardware, Cemenl Work, Brick and Carpenter Work. Phone Main 1682 2218 Champs St. < She Is Talking About Coming Events. Jan. 15 —Syl. Stewart smoker, Eureka. Jan. 27 —Piano and vocal recital by Sam Stewart, People's Presbyterian church, corner Twenty-third ave nue and Washington street. Mrs. Ida Bryant of Brookhaven, Miss., sister of Attorney W. B. Town send. died Xmas eve. He has just been apprised of her death. See Mme. Edith Bray Settle, hair culturist, and agent for Mme. C. J. Walker’s Wonderful Hair Grower, for shampooing and scalp N treatments 434 26th street. In the case of McDonald, next friend, guardian of Dorothy McDonald (white), who was bitten by the dog of Tom Coins of Edgewater, Lawyer \V. B. Townsend defended the $300 damage action brought against Coins. The jury stayed out until 3 a. m. and brought in a verdict against the plain tiff. much to ttye honor and satisfac tion of Coins and Mr. Townsend. Patronize the Cosmopolitan Tailor ing Co., 1023 Twenty-first street. Cleaning, pressing, repairing and dyeing. French hand laundry work NOTICE. At Max Silverman’s, the tailor, on 22nd street, is a very important book belonging to Mrs. Venle Payne which pertains to certain proj>erty. and which was found by him on New Years day. The owner may have the same by calling and paying for this adver tisement. The Denver Star collector will call at your door. Kindly receive him with a stnile. pay him and wish hint a long and prosperous year of most suc cessful collections. Please co-operate with us i nthis matter. THE MOONLIGHT CLUB MAKES A HIT. The Moonlight club that gave the holiday dances at Fern hall made the hit of the holiday events. Crowded houses, jolly good times and a yearn ing for another “moonlight seance” was the consequence. Mr. Hardwick can be called by call ing Champa 32G2. We are glad to note the fact and in form the public that Samuel Thread gill of Eaton. Colorado, is a branch manager and representative of the large wholesale establishment of Buf falo. N. Y . the I. M. Pease Mfg. Co. Mis weekly income is about $60 to $70 and lie is doing a very large business throughout the Colorado towns.. The Star wishes Mr. Threadgill a contin ued success. Furnished rooms for rent for gen tlemen only. 2331 Arapahoe street Mrs. Gehm. Phone Main 3796. THE MACEO. THE BEAUTIFUL. CHANGES HANDS. Tlx* Maceo, made famous by Bryant and Garfield and later sustained by Hawley G. llilsman. has now changed hands. Mr. F. S. Denton, formerly of Barr Lake, has purchased one of the swollest cafes in Five Points. Mr. Denton has been employed at the Den ver club and has a host of friends to assist him in securing business. He supports his mother, Mrs. Katie Den ton, •end two sisters, and the public is requested to encourage tills young man in this business venture by giv ing him your support. Visit the place often. Mme. Walker lias opened Hairdressing. Manicuring and Massage Parlors. Body mas sage a specialty and will also teach classes in all branches of her work. Residence 2515 Clarkson street. Phone York 5532- NOTICE. If you know of any child or children In need of any clothing or shoes, kind ly let me know and I shall help them as far as possible. Mrs. G. W. Ander son. 2240 Glenarm Place. —Adv.—fr. 1 3 Cents a Day Buys a Piano With a complete Course of Music Pcssons Free. (NOTHING DOWN). Columbine Music Co.. 920-921 15th St. City News W. U. STUDENTS CAPTURE FERN HALL. 'When Messrs. Fred Clark, Clyde Andrews, Edward Plummer, Truman Russ,- Webster Lawson, Raymond Crummer, Wayman Stanley, Fred Mayo and Carmel Nichols announced their collegiate dance and reception, the girls became tickled, and their friends seemed overjoyed. Long be fore 9 p. m., Fern hall was crowded and the university yells completely filled the hall. "Ah-E-Sis-Boom-de, ’Varsity, ’Varsity, 'Varsity, Rah, Rah, Rah! Hoorah! Hoorah! Western U, Western U, Rah, Rah, Rah!” Every body was a student Wednesday and had a good time. Two hundred people attended the social event. If you want a good laugh, attend Thursday night, Eureka HaH. Ladies 1 a. m. Everybody come and have a good time. Program starts at 8, fin ishes about 10:30. Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Clinckscale of 2508 Tremont place royally enter tained a few friends at an elaborate old fashioned holiday dinner last Sun day, Dec. 28. The invited guests were Rev. S. L. Deas, pastor of Scott M. EL church. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Moore, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Reeves of Clarkson street. Everybody voted Mrs. Clinck scale an ideal entertainer and charm ing hostess. —Adv. A GOOD OFFER. Mrs. Charley Barnes, proprietress of the Alhambra cafe, the place of real home cooking. Chili every day at 2741 Welton street, Denver, Colo. MEETINGS OF TAKA ART AND LIT ERARY CLUB. Jan. 14 —Mrs. M. Halloway, 2534 Franklin. Jan. 21 —Mrs. R. Johnson, 1G25 E 30th avenue. Jan. 28 —Mrs. A. Mason, 2352 Hum boldt. At 2"54 Larimer, Chuck’s place, the insulting sign has been placed up, "No Colored Trade Solicited.” Think of this ignorant (Jrbek. that cannot speak the English language correctly and fluently, who has the nerve to try and pattern after the Paris theatre. A precedent is a powerful factor! Stop, think! There is no better way to begin the new year than in your own home. Let us show you some bargains. Phone Champa 455. The Colored American Loan 6. Real* ty Co.. 913 21st St. A. A. Waller, Mgr. See N. R. Smith for coal hauling and all kinds of team work. Resi dence 2331 Ogden St. Phone York 2079. Mrs. Carrie C. Lynch of Oklahoma City. Okla.. after sending a pleasant Xmas with her mother. Mrs. Marsh, of 2955 Glenarm place, left Tuesday evening for her home. All her friends anil old acquaintances regretted to see her leave. Rev. A. M. Ward, presiding elder of the Fifth Episcopal district of the A. M. E- church, received the sad intelli gence of the death of his mother at Sweet Springs, Mo. He will continue his trip to attend the bishops council at Atlanta. Ga., and attending the Educational Board, in session at Jack sonville. Fla. He will visit Nashville, where his son and daughter are at tending school. THE FREE KINDERGARTEN MIS SION. 2130 Delgany Street. Sunday School, 10:00 a. m. and 11:00 a. m. Sunday Services, 2:30 p. in. and 7:30 p. m. ('•o6pel Services every night, S:00 p. m. • Divine Healing Services every Wednesday afternoon. 2:30 p. m. A free dinner is being served every Sunday for the poor. Clothing, bed clothing, bedsteads gladly received to assist the poor. You are welcome. O. A. KRASLEY. Pastor. Residence, 2130 Delgany Street. Prof. Sam Stewart, "the Black Paderewski," the World’* Great est Pianist, will sing and play at People’s Presbyterian Church, on Tuesday Night, January 27th. Admission 25 cents. Parties who found muff at Zion I church evening of Jan. Ist, return to Gilberts Walton and claim reward. Mrs. Arlena Hall of Chicago is vis iting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Spen cer Burns, 2501 Clarkson street. Mrs. Martha Thrashley received the sad news of the death of her sister. Mrs. J. W. Everson, of Brooklyn, N. Y. Mr. Pearl \\\ Mason of 1222 E. 28th avenue still continues ill. Tickets for the Bell-Brown contest can be secured at R. R. Waiters’ club on Curtis Sr.. Elite Drug Store on 21st and Arapahoe Sts., and Keystone Cafe. FOR FROST BITES AND CHAPPED SKIN. For frost bitten ears, fingers and toes; chapped hands and lips, chil blains, cold sores, red and rough skins, there is nothing to equal Buck len’s Arnica Salve. Stops the pain at once and heals quickly. In every home there should be a box handy all the time. Best remedy for all skin diseases, itching eczema, tetter, piles, etc. 25c. All druggists or by mail. H. E. Buck!en & Co., Philadelphia or St. Louis. NOTICE. When in Glenwcod Springs stop at Mrs. Harvey Ellis’. 741 Palmer Ave. Tickets fo: the Bell-Brown contest can be secured at R. R. Waiters’ club on Curtin St.. Elite Drug Store on 21st and Arapahoe Sts., and Keystone Cafe. Mr. George D. Hall will install the new officer? for the year of the Golden Gate Juveniles, Saturday, Jan. 10. Mr. B ley of Colorado Springs, Colo., wa in the city this week shak ing hand with friends. Pec berton. Ohio. Jan. 2, 1914. i Union Health & Accident Co. Your check for $97.70 in full settle ment of aim for accident, received. for same and exceptional promptm Y* rs respectfully, (Signed) C. A. GRAVES. Ni •* large front room for rent in modern house. Mrs. Nellie Steele 222- Curtis street. Telephone Olive 160 S. NOTICE I desire to thank my man\ patrons for the kin.' a t) par ient consiberation d llr ing the recent storm in niy attempt Ito ace >modate tl e m with coal. Hereafter prices will be regu lated according to the dis tances. lieasoiiable di lance $5.00 per ton W. O. SIMONDS 2929 Champa Main 5964 H>R SALE —Two good lots iii Harmon. Price $3OO. Easy terms. See J. H. Ayers, 1124 Poster Building, owner FOR SALE—Five rooms of nice fur ; nlture very cheap. Call at 315 S Frank :i street. O OF LIFE. Tlie reat ,amity medicine, guaran tee! core Lumbago, llruises ami Sprains. Catarrh in the Head and stomach, and ait other pains. It can't lie 1 it for a cold. KO KI SOAP. The creat Skin Purifier, for Black lie. is, Pimples. Dandruff, also removes Grease Spots. AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE. Some Agents Are Earning as High as $25.00 a Week. J. W. KRASLEY, 2130 Delgany Street. DENVER. COLO. Pariaienne Dancing Class at Fern Hall every Monday night. Dancing taught 8 to 9p. m. Social dance 9p. in to 12:30 a. m. Grand Infor mal ball the first Monday of each month. High Class, Moral, Modern. Admission 35 cts. C.D. Campbell, Prop. Fine Moodies Phone Champa Chop Suey [1682 Fred K. Yama F U JIY ARREST AU RANT 122 i 20th St. [Denver You Do Want the BeSt Then why not carry your Health, Accident and Burial Policy in the WESTERN UFE si ACCIDENT COMPANY Some of the recent claims paid in Denver during the past few days: Charles Tyler, accident $ 17.15 James Goff, sickness 8.50 J. J. Brown, sickness 17.15 Albertha R. Hamlet, sickness.. 8.90 Anna E. Fitchue, sickness.... 10.00 Mrs. Marcus'Astwod, death... 70.00 Fannie Brown, sickness 21.00 Kate McNellis, sickness 14.30 Edythe 1 razier, sickness 4.25 Total $171.25 (WATCH THIS AD EACH WEEK) OFFICES 941-2-3-4-5-6 Gas and Electric Bldg. Phone Main 8238 H BUY YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS FROM US Special Sale on Trunks, Bags and Suit Cases Until after the Holidays. Denver Hand Made Goods from Factory to You at Lowest Cost. Satisfaction Guaranteed. We Repair Trunks, Bags, Suit Cases and Ladies Bags. Old Trunks Taken in Exchange THET WELTON TRUNK FACTORY GEO. BRANDENBURG. Prop. Phone Champa 2048 2253 Welton Streej Bigger, Better iN ORDER To meet the demands of our patrons, we are pleased to announce that this office has recently installed one of the largest and best job presses in the city. So, with a large and small press, we are now in a position to do work of all kinds. NEW TYPE Thirty new faces of the latest and most up-to-date type have been added. This type has been selected after careful study. The addition now makes the office fully equipped to handle work from a calling card to a- large placard, including book work, booklets, dodgers, wedding invita tions, announcements, and in fact work of every description. ' OUR PRICES We do not claim to do the cheapest work in the city. The cheapest is usually the poorest. Our prices are gauged from the actual cost of production with an addition of a small profit. Consult us before plac ing your orders. OUR MECHANICS Are men of wide experience, and have served the trade for ysars. THE DENVER STAR 1026 19th St. Phone Champa 2962