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Mrs. Lillie B. Moore
Sole Agent <1 THE'. 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 all day Saturday or mornings before 10 o’clock, or drop card to 2925 Glenarm 1— —■ ■ 1 RAILROAD PORTERS A ? p FCIALTY i Carnation Cafe MRS. E. GEHM, Prop. i < Breakfast 6to 8. Dinner 12 to 2. Supper sto W First Class Service Guaranteed 2240 LARIMER ST. DENVER, COLO ( i Johnson Cycle Co. MOVED TO 1740 Champa Street Plugs $ .10 Pants Guards 6 for .05 1 Spokes put in -io 5.00 tires S 3 95 ; Shellacing tire 4 °o tires 2.95 , . 3.00 tires 1.95 Rims, New Spokes 1.35 2.25 tires 1.20 1 New set of Spokes* .90 Pedals 25 c., 35 c., .45' Vulcanizing .65 Motor Pedals, socts.&7octs Cleaning and Packing 1.00 Spokes 1c , 1 1-2 c , .02 1 Tape 2 tor 'O5; 6 for .10 Bicycles $28,90 \ S 30 Days Special Ladies* and Gents' Suits, steam and Ladies’ and Gents' Coats cleaned | French cleaned 75c anc | pressed 75c j Dresses cleaned andl preiiedl • • • ...75c cleancd and pressed 50c Suits sponged and pressed Dy , .. *- hand 35c Suits steam pressed on machine..Zsc Fancy Goods Portieres. Lace Curtains, etc. a Specialty. 807 E. 22nd Ave., Cor. Clarkson St. , Telephone York 3764 1 We Make Ladies Suits with your own Material $l4 00 ] Men's Suits a Specialty, $17.50 and up. ' All Work Free li Not Satisfactory SOCIAL CLUB H. W. HINKLE HERBERT REASONER PHONE CHAMPA 6159 HINKLE & REASONS* Poo^md^^JJilliar^HalJ > Cigars, Tobacco and Candies. Barber Shop in Connection 2051 CHAMPA STREET DENVER, COLORADO ISE DON’T PAY MORE iHf WE’LL DO IT AND DO IT WELL WE FRENCH DRY OR STEAM CLEAN FOR ■ - ■ Ladies’ White or #K «e Men’s Suits and plain Suits, Long I 111 I Overcoats Coats, Fancy or els All other Work as plain Dresses f Reasonable We Clean Feathers, Gloves, Portieres, Hats, etc. The Southern Tailors <SL Cleaners PHONE MAIN 2091 2144 STOUT ST„ Cor. 22nd 1 AHssWm .TMa placa la nat la tha Traat - I CITY NEWS IN MEMORIAM. In loving remembrance of out- be loved sister, Mrs. David Delhi Barks dale Braggs, who departed this life. June 6th, 1906. • I cannot say, and I will not say That she is dead —she is Just away. With a cherry smile and a-wave of the hand She has wandered into an unknown land. I think of her still the same, I say; She is not dead —she is just away. Mrs. Laura E. Barksdale Jones. Mrs. C. Franklin Horne. 2337 Glenarm St. Mrs. Jas. Washington, wife of Rev. Washington, pastor of Campbell chap el, left Saturday morning for Souix City, la., and other points, hoping to improve her health. Mrs. Jane Vernell left last week for Glenwood Springs. After a month's sojourn there she will return home and prepare for a visit to the coast in the interest of her health. Try Mrs. Jessie Carter’s wonderful Hair Grower. “It’s a wizard.” Scien tific scalp treatments. Residence, 2759 Glenarm PI. Phone Champa 865. Miss M. A. Lewis, a teacher in the public schools of Moberly, Mo., ar rived here to spend her vacation. The Self Improvement Social and Decoration dance proved a successful affair in every particular. The ladies were handsomely gowned in the latest summer frocks and gallant young men were uniformly dressed to suit the oc casion. As usual the wee hours found the club still entertaining the public after its own peculiar manner with the latest terpsichorean dances. The public always enjoys the Self Improve ment dances. MRS. JESSIE BRYANT Dress Making Satisfaction Guaranteed 2152 Arapahoe MEETINGS OF THE CARNATION ART CLUB. April 24th, Mrs. Downey, 326 Santo Fe Drive; May Ist. Mrs. Humboldt; May Bth. Mrs. nKeker, 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 Ocrey, 2618 Downing: June 19, Mrs Pollard, 1414 East 24th avenue; June 26tli, Mrs. Hawkins-Jones, 2.. J Humboldt street. Mrs. L. M. Froman, wife of lie pop ular city fireman, has retun • •<! from an extended 90 day visit in the south and east. Mrs. Esther Lunn, who recently came from the hospital is reported better. Because of the serious illness of her mother, Mrs. Mabel Fallings de parted for Cody, Wyoming, to be at her bedside. The Star expresses its deepest sympathy for Mrs. Pullings. The Denver Citizens will give an Excursion to Tolland, July 9, Fare $1.50. Your love for experience will not be complete until you meet nnd hear .Jeter's Musical Tabloids, and try to land the building lot. Come! lota of fun, June 9th at Campbell. Mrs. Ella Brown has bought out Mrs. Greene Williams, former owner of the cafe at 1008 19th St. It was formerly the ‘Starns.” Mrs. Brown is a good cook, a deserving member of Zion Baptist church and formerly ran the Brown Home Cooking place on Arapahoe St. Give her a call. Meals, 10c, 15c, 20c, and 25c. « Miss M. M. Reed, a registered nurse, i and graduate of Howard, visited the Ozalia Hackley Choral Club, Monday I night. | Coughs and Colds Weaken the System Continued Coughs, Colds and Bron chial troubles are depressing and weaken the system. Loss of weight and appetite generally follow, (let a 50c bottle of Dr. King’s New Discov ery today. It will stop your cough. The first dose helps. The belt medi cine for Stubborn Coughs. Colds and all Throat and Lung Troubles. Mr. O. H. Brown, Muscatine. Ala., writes; “My wife was sick during the hot sum mer months and 1 honestly believe Dr. King’s New Discovery saved her life." Good for children. r»oc and SI.OO, at your Druggist. Miss Jacobs who been spending some time visiting fit Chll fornia. stopped over a few days while enroute to Kansas City, Mo. The Mutual Aid and Benefit Club will meet Thursday, June 11th, With Widow Gaines. 2420 Humboldt Bt. Mrs. M. Phillips. Pres.. Mrs. Brled love, sec. Mr. and Mrs. M. T,. Phillips, for merly of Denver, but lately of Los Angeles, Col., have returned to the city and have taken apartments at the De Luxe, 2352-58 Ogden St. How our contestants stand in the Dearfleld-Star Popularity con test: Miss Rosalie Rice 5308, Herbert Smith 4189, Annie Johnson * 3986, Guy Pierson 3692. THE GRAND THEATRE’S WEEKLY PROGRAM. Cut Out and Paste on Wall for June 6, Saturday—“The Silent Wit ness/’ Algy's Alibe. Sunday, June 7th—“The Dog O’Flanders,” (2 reels > “Acres of Alfalfa and our Largest Birds.” (Keystone.) 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. ARVADA NEGRO STANDS 3RD IN CLASS OF 19. Frederick E. Britton, the only col ored boy in the Arvada High School, delivered a very strong oration. May 22, before a large Arvada audience and acquitted himself with much cred it. Mr. Britton was third in his class of 19 and won great distinction for the race by representing it. May Mr Britton "only go on." (Perge Modo.) Mr. Dan Reese departed for Des Moines. Iowa, and stopped off at Oma ha to visit his brother, a few days. MEETINGS OF THE POND LILY ART CLUB. Pond Lily Art Club meetings for May: May 7th, Mrs. Patterson, 2812 Welton street: May 14th, Mrs. Wil liams, 319 14th street; May 21st, Mrs. Bibbs. 3716 Blake street: May 28th, Miss Britton, Arvada, Colo. The Pond Lily Art Club’s delegates to the State Federation are Mrs. Min nie Williams aiid Mrs. L. Jackson: alternates, Mrs. Bibbs and Miss Brit ton. FIRST PROGRAMME FOR SPO KANE BOOSTERS. Seminary Fling. For ladies only. The lady who throws a paper bag the greatest distance in 3 three throws will receive a prize. Ladies' Extention. The lady who can eat 12 marshmal lows first or the quickest will get a prize. Temperance Glide, for Girls and Boys. The girls hop on one foot across the room where her partner stands wan ing to meet her, to whom she gives a plass of water (by filling his empty glass of water (Uy filling his empty hops on one foot to the start. The one returning with the greatest amount of water to the start, receives let prize. For Men Only. Marshmallow Extension Race. The man eating 15 marshmallows the quickest, gets 1st prize. Spokane Relay. Certain numbers of Jelly Beans will be put in a large table spoon and the side of three who carry the most jel ly beans to 8pokane, will get 1st prize. In the relay three persons will represent one side aijd the jelly beans will be changed, at different points to different spoons on the way to “Spo kan." Come to the biggest and fun niest fun entertainment given yet. For young and old. Come and have a side-splitting laugh. After the an nouncing of the winners of the con tests the hall will be turned over to the young people under the charge of Morrison’s Orchestra. Prizes to be exhibited at Rice ami Rice on Welton St. The Widow’s Club was royally en tertained last Thursday evening by Widow Fairbanks, who was the hos tess to 40 or 50 guests. The house was beautifully decorated. The par lor scene embellished with the Club colors, blue and w'bite will never be forgotten. The dining room was adorned in red and white and a show er of American beauties which gave forth fragrance in abundance. Appro priate refreshments were served. The Sojourner Truth, will delight the public with a barn dance at its next meeting. They will meet at 2227 Tremont Place, Mrs. Florence Cooper. Mrs. Susie Brown who have been ill, still remains about the same. Mrs. Henrietta Johhson of Birming ham, Ala., has come to Colorado to remain indefinitely. The Odd Fellows District Execu tive Committee, the Endowment Bur eau, and the Burial Fund Board met in Colorado Springs last Saturday, Decoration day, at the residence of W. E. Proctor, the District Grand Treasurer. The reporth from the var ious departments were encouraging. Claims amounting to $550 were pie sen ted and allowed. An Increase in membership and In the funds of the different branches was a noticeable feature of all reports. District Grand Master Dr. P. B. Spratlib and Dis trict Grand Secretary G. 8. Contee from Denver were in attendance. ' PHONE MAIN 6123 DAY OR NIGHT Hp» The Douglass Undertaking Co. i r-U:. C ° N 2L,- Incorporated and Bonded to the City Pni Vo* 7SOI Parlors 1830 Arapahoe St t r - Residence 2344 Tremont PI. phone champa 16 g 2 Olive 1579 before 8 A. M. Fine Noodles and Chop Suey GEORGE O. ROSS A "° n " Aru» Fred K - Yama FUJIYA RESTAURANT 209 Kittredge Building Main 6782 Denver, Colo. 1221 20th St. Denver “The Best Place For the Best Food” MRS. BROWN’S HOME GOOKIN6 PUCE Meals, 10, 15, 20 and 25c. Short Orders a Specialty Give us a trial 1008 19th Street MRS. E. L. FENNER 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 and’ 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 422-424 FIFTEENTH STREET NEAR GLENARM STREET * Res. Phone York 4431 Expert Piano Moving ! Phone Champa 1 254 * NOLLE R. SMITH ' VANS, EXPRESS AND MOVING Coal. All] [Kinds of Team Work SATISFACTION GUARANTEED < ° ffice Stand 713 E. 26th Ave. 27th and Welton Sts. ‘ Phone Main EstahUhed Phone York 1470 3661 1904 COLFAX Brown, The Hatter CLEA WORKS Hats Cleaned and Blocked queen 50 Cents » KEED, Manager Office 2326 E. Colfax Ave. Satisfaction Guaranteed. A trial will convince you. Works 1216-20 York St. U par coat Off fcy ■meant 718 1-2 EIGHTEENTH ST.