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CENTRAL BAPTI8T CHURCH NOTES. Rev. P. J. Price, Pastor, Phone Champa 1059. We are now advising members of Central Church to pass by the church, not to congregate, but drop their con tributions in the slot in front door on the California street side. Officers of the church will collect same and give credit for same. Keep in mind the rules of tho health authorities, observe them by not congregating, but observe the following by- moving on peacefully. Tho above is being carried out on account of many desir ing to pay their chuich dues. En velopes will be mailed to members of Central Baptist church by the secre tary of the church. Members of Central are doing quite well under the present strain of in fluenza. The pastor thought it not safe to hold out doors meeting and. now as the health officers has issued strict orders not to hold any kind of meetings let the members observe Let each member send or mail their church dues to Geo. W. Anderson, treasurer. 2404 California street. Den ver, Colo. One particular reason for the above mentioned things is on account of the seriousness of frequent visiting will spread the disease of Influenza. The pastor wishes all members per fect health. Let us not forget to pray God in his own good time will open up bright things for us if we trust Him. ! a‘ t no member of Central become careless or relax the notices of the health officers in our city. We pray for the guidance s»f the holy spirit during this crisis. Keep in mind a part of the incidental expenses of the church must be cafe for. We as Christians ought not to forget our soldier boys during this serious epi demic for the Influenza visits the can tonements also. Now is the time to pray often. TO THE MEMBERSHIP OF CEN TRAL BAPTIST CHURCH. All persons wiHh'ng to pay their dues to the church, may. by deposit ing their financial envelope through the front door of the church. By order of Chairman of Trustee Board. i J. H. BROWN. SCOTT’S M. E. CHURCH NOTICE. To the members and friends I wish 1 to call your attention to the strict quarantine which has been ordered from state and municipal authorities, upon each citizen. Now, I trust that each member and friend will bring his weekly amount to the parsonage each week. Let us not forget to pray for a speedy recovery to all who are ill with the flu. etc. T. S. Mc.Morris, Pastor. y. W. C. A. NOTES. On account of the Influenza epi demic our club remains closed. Mrs. Marie O'Neal and Miss Chap man are still registering women and girls for the gymnasium class, which will be conducted on Friday evenings as soon as the Influenza bane is raised The Bible class will be held on Wednesday evenings with Miss Kirk as instructor. This class is open to every woman and girl in the city. Register with Miss Captoria Gwyn. Our next vesper service will be led by Miss Beatrice Lewis. On account of all out door activities being closed the patriotic league girls will be unable to drill on Saturday afternoon. We received a letter from Miss Rat tle, Executive of the Patriotic League for girls, thanking our girls for their part in making the parade of last week a success, also congratulating us for the splendid showing made by the girls. The Community Sing will be held at Campbell A. M. E. Church as planned as soon as the “Flu” epidemic is over. Every Y. W.-C. A. girl in exercising the greatest care in obeying orders of the Board of Health, in this way help- | ing stamp out the Influenza. MT. PLEA8ANT BAPTI8T CHURCH. No. 22 Arapahoe 8treet Rev. C. A. Miller, Paetor Phone Champa 3403 Sunday School 9:30 a. m. Preaching 11:00 a. m. and 8:00 p. ni. m. B. Y. P. U., 7:00 p. m. Sunday School 9:30 a. m. Preaching 11:00 a. m. and 8:00 p. m. B. Y. P. U. 7:00 p. m. PLEASANT GREEN BAPTIST MI88ION. Prayer meeting Wednesday night, 7:30 p. m. Preaching Sunday evening, 2:30 p. m., 8:00 p. m. All invited. 3131 Wal nut street. Parsonage, 3119 Larimer street. THE UNION PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF CHAPELTON, COLORADO. Rev. O. J. McLeod, Pastor. Sunday School 1 p. m. Supt. W. T. Fields. Services every Sunday at 11:30 a. m. Order of services: Prelude, Bib lical Recitation, Hymn, Invocation, Decalogue-chant, Responsive Reading, New Testament Reading, Toning of the Apostles* Creed, General Prayer, (Chanting of the Lord’s Prayer), In terlude, Offertory. Prayer, Notices, Se lection, Sermon, Selection, Gloria Patri, Benediction, Postlude. Mrs. R. Haskins, Organist. Mrs. H. Robinson, Asst. Organist. i Smokiag TOBACCO Chewiig 2jyears old Hickory curod WHY NOT SMOKE AND CHEW REAL TOBACCO? WE want you to try tone of onr genuine Kentucky Tobacco aged by ui in the heart of Amer ica’s biggest tobacco growing d>«- trict. We have 20,000.000 pounds to select from annually, and get the best for you. Per Pound 50c. Postage Paid SMOKING HIM lbs. Mo*. lbs. Strong lbs. CHEWING MiM lbs. IM. lbs. Strong Os. [Sample Free on Application Robbins Tobacco Company BOX 136, Boot. «. Mayfield, - Kentucky We take orders for new Suits and extra Trousers. 7 \ Slightly worn Clothee and S.ioes bought and sold. \ See ua first and you are sure to be satisfied. Lat- V set In Bulta from t&OO up. JjjftL \ Sheas at prlees to meet the smallest pocketboek. 't 1 1834 ARAPAHOE STREET. & Phone Champa 2571. Be G. W. Davis & G.JC. Sample Second Hand Dealers THE COLORED MAN’S OPPORTUN ITY FOR SERVICE Continue Your Trad* and Serve Your . Country. Auto Chauffeurs, Mechanics, Repair men. Tailors, Saddlers, Canvas men. WANTED AT ONCE In Mobile Ordinance Repair Shop. Rapid Advancement — Non-commls stoned Officers to be made from those who qualify In any branch. Schools Established for Instruction. Camp Funston, Kans., Feb. 1, 191* the Division Ordinance Officer. 92nd —Word has lust been received from Division, (all colored troops), of the urgent)' need for skilled colored man for service In the divisional Mobile Ordinance Repair Shop. An unparal lelled opportunity is thereby provided for the colored man to continue his trade, even profit by government In struction at the established schools of Instruction, and serve his country In the capacity he Is best fitted for. As this Is a war of machinery and equipment, the vast preparations which we are making will come to naught unless it is maintained at full efficiency. Behind the lines In France the Mobile Ordinance Repair Shop will be the means of performlnng this Im portant and huge task. The scope of Its work will range from canvas and leather repairing to the trucks, tanks and artillery. The pay for enlisted men will var> from 30 a month for a Private to *E1 a month for Ordnance Sergeant. Ap plications are now being received and those choser will have the ad vantage of a course of instruction •trying from 30 toe 70 days at gov ernment expense, at the various scnools established for that purpose. Those men who have the qualifica tions, no previous military experience' necessary, will receive grades as Cor porals. Sergeants and Ordinance Ser geants In the Mobile Repair Shop The special qualifications desired are as follows: are an iuiiuwd. i Foreman of good sized machine shops In civil life, possessing mechan leal and executive ability. Foremen capable of supervising re pairs on trucks, motors, etc. Foremen capable of supervising re pairs on guns, rifles, pistols, machine guns, etc. First class all around machinist and auto mechanics. Men with knowledge of small ma chinery and haring special experience In and the repair of leather and canvas goods. Expert auto repair mechanics. Men who have had machine shop training and helpers. Cooks. Stenographers and typists. Clerks, capable of handling a type writer and keeping records. All colored men of miliary age who wish to apply should write at once to Division Ordinance Offlcer, !2nd Divi sion, Camp Funston, Kansas, stating the following Information: Full name. age. address, education tratnlng and quallflcatltons. Previous civil experience, with nam. or names of employers and addres sea.' Number and address of Local Board CAMPBELL CHAPEL, AFRICAN M. E. CHURCH, 23rd and Lawrence Sts. A. MILTON WARD, Minister. "THE NEW NEGRO” NewepapeMMagazlne-Revlew Published In the Intaraat of tha Naw Macro Manhood Movaatest, wants ra- Uabla AGENTS EVERT WHERE 10 pages, aalla raadlly at ( cants aach. Band IS cants tor Agent's outfit, ln eludlns sample copies, circulars, ate., to thbcLarion AGENCY. 118 Wast 184th Street. Naw York City. Cheer up our boys by sanding all kinds ot magaslnas and books, after reading tbem; also correspond with the boys often, girls, and cheer their hearts. Dr. Thomas E. McClain, Dentist, of fice phone Main 7418. Pyorrhea spe cialists Residence S2t 82ad Street, phone Mala 8887. Sundays and nights by appointment. Office hours lam. to 12 m, 2 p. m. to 8 p. m. Bulte 4 and 8 828 17th Street, near Curtis St, Denver, Cole. Or. WeatorooK is a member of the Physicians’ and Surgeons’ telephone exchange and -when you went him and cannot got him ever hlo phone, Main 8888, call up Main 1824. They will find him for you night or day. Coma, Workers, here was a teach or; and the lessons he taught wae good: Thors are no olaasaa or races, but one human brotherhood. There are no creeds to be outlawed, no col ors of skin debarred; mankind is one In Its rights and wrongs, one -right, one hope and one guard, John Beyle O'Reilly and Wendell Philips. Subscription $ 1.50 per year in advance. The Star, 1026 19th ADVERTISEMENT | THE WINNING TICKET F I “Republican Party is Ship, All Else is Sea” | | GET ON BOARD AND BE SAVED f y ? | Republican Ticket $ \ to be voted upon ELECTION DAY, NOVEMBER sth f % I f 1 Y - I Y For U. S. Senator I For District Judges Y A Lawrence C. Phipps X Charles C. Butler X M 1 Henry J. Hersey X Y For Congress, Ist District | Julian H. Moore X Y .♦* Will N. Valle X Clarence J. Morley : X CDS For Bupreme Judges i ' v Y JL John H. Denison X For Btate Senators I Oi J Haslett Platt Burke | X w \y Booth ! X Y . r 2 ' i Frank L. Dodge X Y <£ F ",S:r r 0 K„... v Francis J. Knauss X £ X Oliver H. Bhoup I x John B. Stephen ,| X J. A Fo r Lieut Governor Sr. Repreenetstive. I X T George Stephan X Henry J. Allen X Y Y For Secretary of State Mabel Ruth Baker X Ji* ♦> will R Murphy X May T Bigelow X A — Golding Fairfield X J For Btate Auditor I Bert M. I/ake X Y/ Arthur M. Stong [ X IjOulh H. Mayer X A —— : J. R. Rader ! X - A ♦ For State Treasurer Halsey M. Rhoades X J Y Harry B. Mulnlx ! * John F. Rotruck X Y Y For Attorney General I » ] J >• Victor Keyes I Alexander R. Young i X Y Bupt. Public Inatructlon I . , , Florence M. Stote | X A For Regents University | Charles R. Dudley X 1 William J. King 1 X J y mm i y % 1 i i |j Any political party that will raise an issue of class against the masses now in Colorado Y $ will, after a while raise an issue between whites and blacks. Southern Democrats ♦ X keep in office on such tactics. X | Honor Brains and Success. Be Fair and Square to Every American | f VOTE THE TICKET STRAIGHT | Houses and Rooms THE "ADS” APPEARING IN THESE COLUMNS ARE AT THE RATE OP TEN CENTS "ER LINE IP RUN BY THE ISSUE, OR BO CENTS MONTHLY, TO BE PAID IN "ADVANCE,” AS WE HAVE NO COLLEC TOR POR THIS DEPARTMENT. NO "ADS” TAKEN OVER THE PHONE. THE GRANO THEATRE’S WEEKLY PROGRAM. CUT OUT AND PASTE BN WALL Tfc* Bait LW In Mm City -*o Ctioos* From. Kotin, Subscribes, Notice! Notify us of any change of address DON'T OVERLOOK THE ADVER TISING COLUMNS. TRADE WITH THOSE WHO ADVERTISE IN THE BTAR. IN THIS WAY THEY SHOW THEIR RESPECT AMD FRIEND SHIP FOR THE PAPER. FOR RENT Neatly- furnielfed rooms, with use ot kitchen; 2435 Tre mont Place. Phone Main 7290. Mrs. Howard Steele. 10-10-18-4 t HOTEL HILDRETH Nice, clear, airy rooms, strictly ftoEsrn house, close in; rooms from ll.ss up. 21*2 Arapahoe. Phone Ifala imn. Mrs. Lillian Horn. Prep. FOR RENT —2 unfurnished rooms for light housekeeping. 2408 Washing ton. Phone York 8186 W. 10-12-18-lt I THE DE LUXE Furnished apartments of two and thrss rooms; hot and cold water, gas and sleetrio lights; modem conven iences; rates reasonable to desirable tenants. Mrs. R M. Biskay, 22(2 2358 Ogden St, phone York (707 W. FOR RENT —Furnished rooms In modern house; rates reasonable; oil three car lines. 2202 Walton St. Main 59M. Mrs. Clara Mays. For Rant—Nicely furnished rooms, near car line; modern; kitchen prlvl leces; at 2324 Ogden street. Mrs. M. Skinner. tf-4-2>lBc FOR RENT—In a nicely ruralshed tome, rooms with board. First-class tom cooking, at 2809 Lafayette. Mrs. J. C. Steele. York 7784 W. FOR RENT —Use of house and kitchen to a good man and wife; no other need apply. Call 2526 Lafayette street, between 7:30 p. m. and 8:00 p. m. In evening. 10-15-18—4 t. JOB PRINTING FOR RENT—I 424 Court Floca, • room house; right In ths heart of the olty; modern except furnace; has been re modeled and la in excellent condition. Rent $20.00. 1428 COURT PLACE—6 room mod ern in every reapect; remodeled; In first class shape; rent $20.00. Mo Enery Clothing Co., cor. 23rd and Lari mer.. Phone Main 2834. Furnished Rooms for rent end light housekeeping. 1817 Clarkson. Call after 8:00 p. m. Joe Craig. 4t $ 19-18 Subscription S 1.50 per yr The Prince and Peace Tabernacle, No. 566. meeting nights are 2nd and 4th Fridays In each month at Old Colony hall. « , or Mont — Nice, clean, airy furnish ed rooms; modern house; furnace heat. Everything first-class; 2483 Olenarm Pi. Phone Champa 476. lire. E. U Stone tf-12-1-17 FOR RENT: Furnace heated furn ished rooms to rent. 2426 Lafayette. FOR RENT—Neatly furnished room all conveniences, on car line. Mrs. Katherine Edwards. 2346 Curtis St. Phone Champa 6665. 10-12-18-4 t HOTEL HOLMES Furnished rooms Modern conven iences. nicely furnished. York 8771 at 2443 Tremont Place. Mrs. L. F. Helmee, pro pH star. FOR RBNT —Furnished room with hath: gentleman only 18S* Mar an. 11-1-17. FOR RENT —Furnished apartments, strictly modern, at 2421 Ogden St. Phone Blue 37R1. 10-19-18—4 t. FOR RENT —One front room with alcove, aud one aide room. Terms reasonable. 2331 Ogden St.. Phone York 2079 W. 10-14 IS—4t. FOR RENT— Furnished room In pri vate family for gentleman. Phone York 5865. 10-19-18(4 tpd) Geo. Morrison’* ; New Orchestra \ IOOUMEOI Up-to-date Music and Har mony furnished for all occasions Phone Main 3707 2947 Stout St. Denver* Free Thermometer to each Customer. SOLES SAVED SATISFACTORY A NEW WAY WHILE YOU WAIT <855 CHAMPA ST. PHONE MAIN 3737 "Careless seems the great Avenger: history's pages, but record One death-grapple In the darkness < Truu. forever on the scaffold "twlxt old systems and the Word. \1 rong* for ever on the throne — Vet that scaffold sways the future. and. behind the dim known. Standeth God within the shadow, keeping watch above His own DEMOCRACY. A DEMOCRACY IS FOUNDED UP ON EQUAL RIGHTS. EQUAL-DU TIES AND EQUAL RESPONSIBILI TIES FOR ALL CITIZENS—EQUAL RIGHTS TO ALL: SPECIAL PRIVI LEGES TO NONE. THAT IS REAL DEMOCRACY. Mrs. Matilda Ewing will leave short ly for Imperial Valley, Calif., to visit her brothers. She will remain until after election. Her stay will be In definite. Mrs. R. U. Anderson of 2411 Ogden street, has received highest honors from the government for bar excel lent receipts of the W. 8. 8. Drive. The Indications are that we shall get a partial report on the bonds bought by Negroes in the recent drive.