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Mrs. Lillie B. Moore
Sole Agent IJTHE High Brown, Lincoln Brunette, Pink and White Face Powders. Also Ro-Zol and High Brown Face Bleach, Medi cated Cucumber and High Brown Soaps. These articles are manufactured by a well-known Eastern Negro firm. These articles are manufactured from the best ma terial by experienced people and are free from irri tating and objectionable properties usually found in such articles. Phone Main 7635 mornings before 10 o’clock, or drop card 2925 Glenarm RAILROAD PORTERS A SPECIALTY Carnation Cafe MRS. E. GEHM, Prop. Breakfast 6toB. ’ Dinner 12 to 2. Supper sto 7 First Class Service Guaranteed 2240 LARIMER ST. DENVER. COLO Johnson Cycle Co. MOVED TO 1740 Champa Street Plugs $ .10 Pants Guards 6 for .05 Spokes put in .10 5- 00 tires $3-95 Shellacing tire .it 4-oo tires 2.Q? c , , 3.00 tires 1-95 Kims, New Spokes 1 -35 2 . 2 S tires 1.20 New set or Spokes -9° Pedals 25 c.. 35 c., .45 Vulcanizing .65 Motor Pedals, socts.&7octs Cleaning and Packing r.oo Spokes Ic, 1 1-2 c., .02 Tape 2 tor .05; 6 for .10 £45.00 Bicycles $28,90 30 Days Special Ladies' and Gents’ Suits, steam and Ladies’ and Gents’ Coats cleaned French cleaned 75c anc j pressed 75c Dresses cleaned and pressed 75c * . . . Suits sponged and pressed by Starts cleaned and pressed....... 50c h anc j 25c Suits steam pressed on machine..2sc Fancy Goods Portieres. Lace Curtains, etc. a Specialty. 807 E. 22nd Ave., Cor. Clarkson St. Telephone York 3764 We Make Ladies Suits with your own Materia! $14.00 Men's Suits a Specialty, $17*50 and up. All Work Free li Not Satisfactory Phone Champa 1379 KEYSTONE SOCIAL CLUB Everything for the Pleasure of Gentlemen. BUFFET CONNECTED 1859 CHAMPA STREET or 910 19th STREET SYL. STEWART, Pres. H. W. HINKLE HERBERT REASONER PHONE CHAMPA 6159 HINKLE & REASONS Pool and Billiard Hall Cigars, Tobacco and Candies. Barber Shop in Connection 205 I CHAMPA STREET DENVER, COLORADO IE DON’T PAY MORE isT WE’LL DO IT AND DO IT WELL WE FRENCH DRY OR STEAM CLEAN FOR ————— Ladies’ White or en! Suits and plain Suits, I ■■■ ■ Overcoats Coats, Fancy or a,jW W | _ | W All other Work as plain Dresses Reasonable We Clean Feathers, Gloves, Portieres, Hats, etc. The Southern Tailors <SL Gleaners PHONE MAIN 2091 2144 STOUT ST., Cor. 22nd Ailin'" — ’*’*■*" pises Is iwt In tk« Trust CITY NEWS NOTICE FOR DECORATION DAY. All news matter must be In our of fice not later than Tuesday night, May 26, in order that the paper mar t-each our subscribers Saturday morn ing. Mr. and Mrs. E. U Fountalne and sister have taken apartments at the De Luxe, 2358 Ogden street. Where were you born? Well, tell it to Rev. Washington. From Kansas, eh, Sunflower, or Columbine (Colo rado). Well, tell it to Mr*. Mayme Jeter and have one more good time. June 4th. LIFE LINE CLUB MEETINGS. May 5. at Mrs. Edward Hamilton's, 2357 Ogden street; May 28, at Miss Ada Gibson's, 2942 Glenarm place. ATTENTION! SIR KNIGHTS!! The annual sermon will be preached by Rev. Pope of Shorter A. M. E. church Sunday. May 24, 1914, at 8 p. m. All Sir Knights in good standing are requested to meet at the church at 7:30 p. m. Try Mrs. Jessie Carter’s wonderful Hair Grower. “It’s a wizard.” Scien tific scalp treatments. Residence. 2759 Glenarm PI. Phone Champa 865. Mr. and Mrs. Bonner of Alabama, who have been stopping at the Barnes hotel, have gone to the Northwest tor an indefinite stay. Jimmie. Dear —Stop In 2051 Champa street, that popular pool hall, and bring me a box of Superior chocolates. MAMIE. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Jackson of East Twenty-third avenue, announce the engagement of their daughter. Mar guerite Mallory, to Mr. A. B. Pittman of Kansas City, Mo. MRS. JESSIE BRYANT Dress Making Satisfaction Guaranteed 2152 Arapahoe Word has been received from jMr N. G. Walker, formerly of this city that Kansas City's Denver colony will spend their recreation during the ' ->t days in Denver. It has been report- d that a popular Denver voting h«dy will become the bride of a prominent Kansan. meetings OF THE CARNATION ART CLUB. April 24th. Mrs. Downey, 326 Santa Fe Drive; May Ist, Mrs. Cox 2419 Humboldt; May Bth, Mrs. Flltcher, 1019 Logan street: May 15th, Mrs. Burnett. 3412 Columbine; May 22nd, Mrs. Hardy, 2524 Clarkson street; May 29th. Mrs. Phillips. 2301 Kearney (Park Hill); June 12th, Miss Otrey, 2618 Downing: June 19, Mrs. Pollard, 1414 East 24th avenue; June 26th, Mrs. Hawkins-Jones, 2-9 Humboldt street. Campbell Chapel’s Ushers' Club will present "Lady Audley’s Secret" June 2at Eureka hall. Admission 25 eta. COUGHED FOR THREE YEARS. "I am a lover of your godsend to humanity and science. Your medi cine, Dr. King’s New Discovery, cured my cough of three years standing,” says Jennie Flemming, of New Dover. Ohio. Have you an annoying cough? Is it stubborn and won t yield to treat ment? Get a 50c bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery today. What it did for Jennie Flemming it will do for you, no matter how stubborn or chron ic a cough may be. It stops a cough and stops throat and lung trouble. Relief or money back. 50c and SI.OO, at your druggist. Bucklen’s Arnica Salve for pimples. A THREE NIGHTS CARNIVAL OF MUSIC r-j . m rWednesday, LIOXI S Thursday v an<^ may next Festival On Wednesday Evening at 8:15 o'clock, Zion’s Peerless Choir presents the Classical Oratorio, “Vincent’s Prodi gal Son.” Admission 15 cents. Thursday Evening, Denver’s most popular artists will present a high class program of Instrumental Music Admission 15 cents. Friday Evening, the Church and Community will rend er a Testimonial to the talent and work of Mrs. Lillian Hawkins-Jones, the Prime Donna of the Rockies. Admission 25 cents. THE ZIOR BAPTIST CHURCH, 24U »W. Ml OpM St 1 How our contestants stand in the Dearfield-Star Popularity con test: Miss Rosalie Rice 5131 Herbert Smith 2250, Annie Johnson 1157, Guy Pierson 959. THE GRAND THEATRE’S WEEKLY PROGRAM. Cut Out and Paste on Wall for Saturday, May 23 —Waif of the Plains. Sunday, May 24— Range War. Monday, May 25— Midnight Strike. Tuesday, May 26 —Daughter of Pan. Wednesday, May 27 — War Day. Thursday, May 28 —Prisoner of Apaches. Friday, May 29 —Broken Barrier. SATURDAY, MAY 30- MOTHER PENITENT. Sunday, May 31—Through Fire's Temptation. Why eat dinner Sundays at home? The Barnes Modern Hotel and Res taurant serves the best on the mar ket for 35c from 1 to 8 p. m., 2716 Welton street. The invitations are out announcing the marriage of Mrs. Bertha Ward Thompson, daughter Of Mr. and Mrs. .lames Ward to Mr. Chas. R. Crouch, high noon, June 1st. at Bishop Col lege, Marshall. Texas. Mrs. Bertha Wild Thompson has visited here for ;he past two summers. Everyone is looking forward to next Saturday afternoon and night at Fern hall. Morrison’s full orchestra. LODGE DIRECTORY. ATTENTION. SIR KNIGHTSI The Hiram Commander!' No. 20. Knight Templars, meets the second Tuesday in each month at 1834 Arais ahoe St. lf G. A. DERRY. E. C. G. S. CONTEE. Rec. CONDOLENCE. Whereas, God has called to His home Mrs. Sallie Stills, the sister of our friend and co-worker. Mrs. Mae F. Brooks. Be It Resolved. That we. the mem bers of S. I. S. Club do extend to Mrs. Brooks and the bereaved family our deepest sympathy in their bereave ment and pray that God will bless and comrort them. Your sister is not dead but sleeping, free at last from ail pain and though we miss her pres ence and companionship we soy. “God's will he done’’ MRS. V. GASH. MRS. P. PARKS. MRS. M. GREY. NOTICE. All matter for publication Saturday. May 30, must be In this office by Wed nesday of that week owing to the legal holiday. Mrs. Doshle Jackson of 2800 Arapa hoe street entertained at dinner Sun day Rev. Murphy. Mrs. Jeanette Ding man. Mr. Dave Elliott. Mr. Ralph Little. ’ MEETINGS OF THE POND LILY ART CLUB. Pond Lily Art Club meetings for May: May 7th. Mrs. Patterson. 2812 Welton street: May 14th. Mrs. llams, 310 14th street: May 21st, Mrs. Bibbs. 3718 Blake street: Mas -8th. Miss Britton. Arvada, Colo. The Popil Elly Art Club's delegates I to the State Federation are Mrs. Min ■ nie Williams and Mrs. I- Jackson. ■ alternates. Mrs. Bibbs and Miss Brlt i ton. ’ The name of the T.lfe Line Club has been changed to Sojourner Truth , Club. PHONE MAIN 6123 DAY OR NIGHT HE* A The Douglass Undertaking Co, rr.rii.!- SmE?-,- Incorporated and Bonded to the City Fhh v" V nti Parlors 1830 Arapahoe St Residence 2344 Tremont PI. phone champa , 682 Olive 1579 before 8 A. M. Fine Noodles and Chop Suey GEORGE Q. ROSS Attorney and Cooetello, R y At Law FUJIYA RESTAURANT 209 Kittredge Building Main 6782 Denver, Colo. 1221 20th St. Denver SANITARY 57 CLOTHES CLEANERS VE PLEASE THE BEST DRESSERS Ladies’ and Gent's Suits or Coats French Dry Cleaned, 75c Overcoats, “ *• “ 7g c Skirss, “ “ “ j OC Jackets, “ “ •• soc Suits Sponged & Pressed, 35c | Pants Sponged & Pressed, 10c Satisfaction Quarantood to Every Cuttamr PHONE MAIN 1800 2622 WELTON STREET Call and Deliveries Made H. W. HINKLE MRS. E. L. FENNER Pres. & Mgr. Sec y & Treas. The Central Produce Company COMMISSION AND JOBBERS Wholesale Fruits and Vegetables SPECIAL SQUABS AND BELGIAN HARES Phone Main 3040 2233 Arapahoe Street STORE YOUR FURS WITH THE Youman’s Fur Co. 422-424 Fifteenth Street DENVER, COLO. For a small charge we renovate and. clean thoroughly, and insure against loss or damage by moths, fire -nri burglary in our cold air vaults. We will call for and deliver. Phone us, Main 8045. Repairing and Remodeling at Summer Prices. Have it done now. REMEMBER THE NUMBER 422-434 FIFTEENTH STREET NEAR GLENARM STREET * Res. Phone York 4431 Expert Piano Moving Phone Champa 1254 NOLLE R. SMITH VANS, EXPRESS AND MOVING Coal. Aiq [Kinds of Toam Work SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Office Stand 713 E. 26th Ave. 27th and Welton Sts. Phone Msin Establihed Phone York 1479 3661 1904 COLFAX Brown, The Hatter WORKS Hats Cleaned and Blocked u bcpm at. 50 Cento 8. R BED. Manager Office 2326 E. Colfax Ave. Satisfaction Guaranteed. A trial will convince you. Works 1216-20 York St. IS per cent Off bypreaewt -718L2 EIGHTEENTH ST. tag tMe Ad.