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Houses and Rooms
• M appearing in these column* are at the rate of Sc per line If run oy the issue, or 50c monthly, to be paid In advance, ae we have nij collector for this department. No "ads” taken over the phone. The Best List in the City to Choose From. .'OR RENT —Furnished rooms at 2346 Welton street, on carline. Phone mornings only, Olive 344. Mrs. Delia Evans, 4t-l*l7-pd. DR. THOMAS E. McCLAIN, DENTIST Office phone, Main 7416. Pyorrhea specialist. Residence, 822 Thirty-sec ond street, phone Main 8397. Sundays and nights by appointment. Office hours, 9 a. m. to 12 m., 2 p. m. to 6 p. m. Suite 4 and 5, 929 17th st., near Curtis st., Denver, Colo. HOTEL HOLMES. FURNISHED ROOMS—Modern con veniences. Nicely furnished. York 8771 J at 2145 Champa street. Mrs. L. P. Holmes, Prop. HOTEL HILDRETH Nice, clean, airy rooms, strictly modern house, close in; rooms from *l5O up. 2152 Arapahoe. Phone Main 7007. Mrs. Lillian Horn, Prop. FOR RENT —Two nicely furnished rooms at 2808 Welton St. On car line. Rates reasonable. THE DE LUXE Furnished apartments of two and three rooms; hot and cold water, gas and electric lights; modern conven iences. Rates reasonable to desirable tenants. Mrs. R. M. Blakey, 2352-2358 Ogden St., Phone York 6707 W. FOR RENT —Furnished rooms In modert house; rates reasonable, on 1 ear lines. 2209 Welton St. Main 5961. Mrs. Clara Mays. 11-13-16 FOR RENT —Furnlsued rooms In modern house, with kitchen prlvil gee. on car line, at reasonable rates. Mrs. Addie Craig, 2537 Curtis street. Main 7872. FOR RENT—Elegant furnished rooms with modern conveniences. Cooking privileges. At 2435 Tremont place. Champa 1434. Furnace heat. Near two car lines. 4t-60c-11-28-16 FOR RENT —Two nicely furnished front rooms for lady or gentleman at 2837 Stout. Mrs. M. A. Cole, ° l ll® 30, Rl. 4t-4-7-17c FOl. RENT Furnished rooiaS. modern, prices reasonable. Call at 2443 Tremont place. Mrs. Z. Hooper. FOR RENT —In a nicely furnished home, rooms with board. First-class home cooking, at 2609 Lafayette. Mrs. J. C. Steele. York ..64W. Wanted—To rent, furnished rooms or furnished house. Call ®^2'-3-17-17 For Rent —One nice furnished room, on car line. Modern conveniences, rates reasonable. 2230 Curtis Street. Mrs. J- M. Atkinson, Phone Main 3861 FOR tIENT —Four-room house, 2301 Benton street, Edgewater; nice gar den spot and place for chickens. Ap ply 2509 Sheridan Blvd. Shields. For Rent —6 room modern house at 2543 Stout. Call at 1121 19th St. Room for rent in private family. Everything modern and convenient, to a nice, quiet, single man. Apply at this office. FOR RENT. . FERN HALL, R. L. PHYNIX, MAN AGER. 2711 WELTON, PHONE MAIN 2860. For Rent —6 room house, modern, furnished or unfurnished, 1750 Hum boldt. Call from Ito7 p. 3 1?;pd For Rent—Five rooms, modern; wa ter. gas in, *12.50, at 1835 Ogden St. Free Thermometer to each " Customer. SOLES SAVED SATISFACTORY AT NEW WAY WHILE YOU WAIT ,8 55 CHAMPA ST. PHONE MMN 3737 Phone York 9068 Help the Blind] 0. Marshall & Son Dealer! in CORN BROOMS All of Corn Brooms and Rato Brooms J n Clarkson St. Denver FOR RENT —A nicely furnished front room; all modern conveniences. 2447 Tremont Place. Mrs. Perkins, Champa 1856. 4t. 3-1-17 HOWARD HOTEL. Mr. James Howard, proprietor. Swell, large rooms; modern conven iences. 2215 Curtis street, phone Main 7290. 3-1-17 C Geo. Morrison’s New Orchestra ' I Up-to-date Music and .Hai mony furnished for a! ‘occasions' Thone Main 2707 2947 Stout St. Denvt Constipation dreaded. It leads to serious silassti. Fever, ladijcstloa. Piles, Hssdsehe, Pelsoaed System and • seore of other trembles follow. Dsa*t let Ceaititatlsa lest. Keee year Kidneys, Liver and Bowels ■••l*hy and aetiva. Rid yoer system o* fermented. gassy foods. Nothing better than Dr. King’s New Life Pills All Druggist* 25 cents BATISFACTION OR MONEY BACK Residence 2344 Tremont PI. .Olive6Rl before 8 A. M. GEORGE G. ROSS Attorney and At Law 31 929 Seventeenth St.i Main 6782 Denver. Colo. Decker Light & Fixture Company 1432 CURTIS ST. We Rent and Sell Gas Arc Lights» Mantles, Gas Plates and Glass Ware PHONE CHAMPA 944 AilWrjMnllWlun IM Nath. FlOfUir. (A* OinUm. Mm. ImMC ' DENNIS J. SULLIVAN | Su!llraa's|Blrd Stera PRACTICAL FLORIST^ First ClafS Treatment to all All Work Guaranteed We Serve the Best Flower and Garden Seeds of •All Kinds! 534 Fifteenth St Denver, Cols. Pirn. Main 24SS #YOUREtSf • Tell the story of the care you give them. : Don’t take chances; those head aches, that nervouanesa, W and many other com- V • plaints, all come from eye attain. : A scientific AM examination and good Hg glaaaea wiU bring relief. JA A Try Vs jk MVOTtt BauWILT TO TM OABUIMi W TM ins. tm nTTR tm mwractomk m turn § <3IHE) g i The Swigert Brat. Optical Co. \ m | (lll^^ MU ** i ™ w Ah Woo to ns Softer Baa. P larsoet Now York Wheel Chairs Far Sale er Beat WM. JONES Maker of all kinds of Ortho pedic Appliances, Trusses Abdominal Support, Elastic Hosiery, Crutches, etc. •01 l««k se,i |Dstiver, Mo. Pfcooo Male /702 Help the Other Fellow Campbell’s Great Appeal ARMY. General Fannie Johnson $ 5.00 COMPANY A Hattie Blackburn, lieutenant....? 5.00 Geo. E. Sample 5.00 Florence Montgomery 5.00 Mary F. Piles ■... 5.00 Caroline Holland 5.00 Nellie Hill 5.00 George Fleming 3.00 Alnie Walker 3.00 Annie FMtzhlgh 2.00 P. M. Maxfleld 2.00 Josephine Beatty 1-00 Irene Lane 1.00 Eliza Hunter 100 Maria Frazier 1.00 T. T. Turner 1.00 Nancy Peterson 1.00 Miles I.edbetter 10.00 Total $50.00 COMPPANY B Callle kromwell, Ist lieutenant.} 5.00 John Lewis 15.00 Minnie O. Barber 5.00 Jennie Cradock 5.00 Emanuel Pollard 5.00 Nelson Brown 5.00 Bliza Cowden 3.00 Grace Rose 2.00 Ccnthellia Hill 100 Frances Hill 1.00 Slater Barbee 1.00 Jeanette Thomas 1.00 Emma Payne 1.00 Ellen Fleming 1.00 Total $51.00 company c Edward Johnson, captain $15.00 Clara Morrison, lieutenant 5.00 E. E. Caldwell 5.00 Porter Donaldson 5.00 John Oliver 1.. 5.00 H. H. Davis 5.00 Clara Taylor 3.00 Neola Davis 100 Minnie Chapman 2.00 F. M. Clay 1-00 Howard Clay LOO Sophia Wyman 2.00 Total 5,55t).00 COMPANY D Lydia Smith-Ward, lieutenant. .$ 5.00 Vann Nixon >5.00 Frank Epperson 10.00 Mayme Jeter 3 00 Viola Caldwell 3.00 A. C. Caldwell LOO Ida Watson 3.00 Gussie Carris 2.00 Callle Davis •'•••• 3.00 Zeter Belle Davis 3.00 . Total |- $50.00 COMPANY E ' F. D. McPherson, captain.... J.J10.00 Charles Hegwood. Lexie Brooks • • 5.00 Lee Monroe 500 G. E. Sloane 5.00 T. E. Gray 5.00 Charles Holmes 5.00 Simeon Payne 3 00 Myrtle Moore 3.00 Mrs. White 3.00 Mrs Duncan 2.00 Lula Brown 2.00 Total $53.00 COMPANY F Delia Wells, lieutenant $ 5.00 Virgil N. Wolfskin 10 00 George Gordon 10-00 Elenora Amos 5.00 A. G. Belt 5.00 B. L. Tucker 5.00 lone Anderson 2.00 Emily Gill 3.00 Ella Owens r 3.00 Ella Strozier 3.00 Bessie Belt 2.00 Mamie Nellins 2.00 Hattie Smith 2.00 Mrs. Hayes 2.00 Emma Banks 100 Della Smith l- 00 Total $61.00 COMPANY G David Long, captain $16.00 Nora Hathaway, lieutenant 6.00 Mary Jenkins 6.00 Elijah Piles 5.00 Susie Bruner 5.00 Mary Brown 3.00 Thomas Young 100 Charles Banks 1-00 Miles Taylor ■ ■ I°° Total $43.00 COMPANY H Lena Wolfskin, lieutenant $ 5.00 Readie Stewart 10-00 Henry Neal 5.00 Imla Scott * 00 Marine Green 3.00 Henrietta Harrison 3.00 Rosa Gilmore 3.00 Isabelle Franklin • 3.00 Total $36.00 COMPANY I Willie Halllle, lieutenant $ 6.00 Harvey Nesbitt 16.00 Lillian Stewart 6.00 Samuel Johnson 6.00 Hugh Bean 6.00 Ophellla Frost K 3.00 Mattie Mitchell *.OO Bertha Settles *-00 Total s4*oo NAVY Admiral Deliah Givens $6.00 COMPANY J Jennies Ewing, captain $ 6.00 Ella Smith Ray, lieutenant ... 6.00 Jennie Wallace 6.00 Frank Kromwell 6.00 Frances King 6.00 Dora Townsend 6.00 I. F. Glvei.s S.OO Lula Clay 3 00 Sarah Jones 3.00 Total $44.00 COMPANY K Budd Turner, lieutenant....' |15.00 Eugene Moore 5.00 Arthur Watkins 5.00 Mary Allen 3.00 Sadie Butler 3.00 Clara Hughes 3.00 Sarah Williams 3.00 Bellle Washington 3.00 Mabel Young 3.00 Total $43.00 COMPANY L Lula Lewis, lieutenant $ 5.00 D. M. Hudson 6.00 Mary Logan 6.00 D. D. Cooper 5.00 Henry Gentry 6.00 Hattie Rayford 5.00 Eva Hightower 6.00 Lula Austin 3.00 Ada Colelman 3.00 Claudia B. Smith 3.00 Katie Howard 3.00 Laura Bean 3.00 Total $50.00 COMPANY M D. D. How'ard, captain SIO.OO Sanford Caldwell, lieutenant 5.00 Ethel Caldwell 5.00 M. Gilmere 5.00 Ophelia Douglass 5.00 Edward Douglass 5.00 T. W. Weills 5.00 Emma Morris 5.00 Mary E. Turner 5.00 Total .$50.00 COMPANY N Lula Paige, lieutenant 5.00 Leonard Brown 10.00 John M. Anderson 10.00 Amelia Brown 5.00 Josie Williams 5.00 Margaret Hglsey 5.00 Sadie Bruner 5.00 Wilbur Caldwell 5.00 Clara Greene 3.00 P. M. Anderson 3.00 Total $56.00 COMPANY O L. R. Arnold, captain SIO.OO Celia Alexander, lieutenant 5.00 Herbert Witt 15.00 J. F. Alexander 5.00 Carol Cl lay 5.00 Frances Tucker 5.00 Rosa Jackson 41.00 Sophia Gentry 3.00 . D. Donaldson 3.00 ' Hattie Rosser 3.00 Rosa Brown 3.00 Frances Cooley 2.00 Annie Harper 2.00 Bertha Calloway 1.00 Total $65.00 COMPANY P Etta Blackwell, captafn $ 5.00 Sarah Byrd, lieutenant 2.00 R. A. Rodgers 10.00 Callle Jones 5.00 Josephine Ledbetter *5.00 Sarah Brown 5.00 Newton Bell 5.00 Mamie Hawkins 2.00 Gladys Newman 1.00 Total $40.00 COMPANY Q I. H. Harper, lieutenant $15.00 Fred Britton 5.00 Sarah Reins 5.00 F. E. Murphy 5.00 W. E. Miller 5.00 Jessie Arnold 2.00 Rebecca Harper 1.00 Bessie Marshall 1.00 Ruth Marshall 1.00 Total $40.00 COMPANY R James Holland, captain SIO.OO Hattie Worsham, lieutenant.... 5.00 A. E. McPherson 5.00 Grace Kelley 3.00 Mary Turner 1.00 Minnie Gordon ...*. 2.00 Carrie Britton 2.00 Cora B. Lane 3.00 Bertha Mason 5.00 Total .YIS.OO COMPANY 8 Stella Rled, lieutenant s’l.oo Hattie Rled McKittrick 5.00 Fannie Allen 5.00 Menerva Brown 5.00 Ethel Fitzhugh 6.00 Beatrice Stamps 2.00 Nettle Brown 1.00 Nellie Brown 1.00 Mary Jane Turner 1.00 Ruth Rled 1.00 Mrs. Posey 1.00 Hattie Maddox 1.00 Total $30.00 , GEO. C. SAMPLE, Sec.. .$ 6.00 DAVID LONG, Trea*.... 15.00 A. M. WARD, Pastor 15.00 THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF COL ORED PEOPLE PROPOSES TO MAKE TEN MILLION AMERICANS PHYSICALLY FREE FROM PEON? AOE, MENTALLY FREE FROM IO NORANCE, POLITICALLY FREE : ROM DISFRANCHISEMENT AND lOCIALLY FREE FROM INSULT. IF YOU BELIEVE THAT WAY, JOIN THEM. ACTIONS SPEAK WHERE WORDS FAIL. HEAL SKIN ERUPTIONS Painful eszema la more active In spring when the blood la over-heated, the burning, Itching torture la unbear able, relieve it ot once and heal the eruptions with Dr. Hobaon's Eczema Ointment. This antiseptic remedy Is promptly effective In all akin troubles. Pimples, blackheads, acne, tetter, ring worm, scaly blotchy skin, all respond to Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment. Get It today at your, druggists, 60c. guaranteed. • r* * i k B ti. MISS RUBY S. PETTIFORD OHIO'S FAVORITE 'Reader and Impersonator Who will appear at Campbell Chapel, on Tuesday Evening, May 22nd, 1917 Everybody Goes to the CHAMPA PHARMACY 2othan«l Champa Sts. For the Best Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicines Cold Drinks Served Prescriptions Our Specialty Phone Mein.2425 JAMES E. THRALL, Prop' Goods Dalivsred to all Parts of the City % CLEAR YOUR SKIN IN SPRING Spring house cleaning means clean iig inside and outside. Dull pimply skin is an aftermath of winter Inactiv ity. Flush your intestines with a mild laxative and clean out the accumu lated wastes, easy to talc?, they do not gripe. Dr. King’s New Life Pills will clear your complexion and brighten your eye. Try Dr. King's New Life Pills tonight and throw off the slug gish whites shell. At druggists, 2&c. Let Me Grow Your Hair! HITE 1 PLEJHPUL SDPPIT OF BEIDTIFOL Hill Use Real Hair Grower, Real Hair Grower Tonic and Shampoo. It is positively known that this treatment will grow the shortest hair, stop falling and splitting hair, eradi cate dandruff and prevent grayness. Once thoroughly tried no further inducement is needed. Scalp scientifically treated, electric massage and hair dressing. I guarantee to cure the worst case of scalp disease. Six week treatment Si.so. Home treatment given. E. WILLIAMS, 2248 Clarkson St.. Denver. YOU SHOULD VALUE YOUR APPEARANCE THICK LIPS REDUCED Madam Lydia Gardner’s Magical Lip Reducesr. It _____ will pay you to investigate Th / ill J bring larger returns than moat any occupation you canadnpt. Aqenta are earning $25.00 per week AGENTS WANTED 316 KENTUCKY, AVE. JOPLIN, MO. PORO HAIR DRESSING PARLORS Scientific and Sanitary Scalp and Hair Treatment Toilet Articles a Specialty MRS. JENNIE BRADSHAW, Prop. 2553 WASHINGTON ST. m., SPRAINS AND STRAINS RELIEVED Sloan"* Liniment quickly takes the pain out of strains, sprains, bruises and all muscle soreness A clean, elear liquid easily applied. It qnintty v penetrates without rubblna. Sloan's Liniment does not stain the skin or clog the pores like tnussy plasters or ointments. For chronic rheumatic aches and pains, neurallgta, gout and lumbago have this well-known remedy handy. For the pains of grippe and following strenous work, It gives quick relief. At all druggists, ZBc.