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Business Lines The Statesman is publishing free • business and professional men’s guide. This is to inform the people and general onblio of the men end women who are in business and what they are doing and where they are located. Look over the list carefully and see if any one is omitted; if so no tify us st once and their names will be inserted. Then if yon have need of any service they can render call on them. Say you saw their mimes in the Business Directory of Tin Statesman. As soon as the list is somplete and verified it will be pub lished on a large card and hang up in public places so that the general public may know where wears at. The business oolumns of The Statesman are open to all for free discussion of industrial topics of ocal importance. If yon are pos sessed of business knowledge that is practical and has been proveu in Col orado, it is ycur duty te give it to give it to your fellow citi. eua. Hen, minda and dollars are turned this way ooking for an opening. What we want are facta demonstrated here in Denver and not a thonsand miles away. This column of business enter prises cannot be filled pp all at cnce bnt will be arranged in alphabetical order- Each week new letters will b# added to the list and all the busi ness enterprises nnder the heading of those letters will lie inserted. The names and location will be perma nent so that all yon need to do is to look at your paper to see who is in that oolumn. ADTBBTISINO MIDICMS. Taa Statesman, 1028 IMh St. 'The ColoradoStatesman,’ AVTOBBITS-AT—LAW. J. H. Stuart, Kittridgs building. J. Malone Tildon, Kittridge B ldg. boot rA SI.OBS Charles Call 1707 Arapahoe St, BSIOKLATSBS AND OONTBACTOB*. J, H. Smithes, 1838 Vine L. D. Lamb. 22fifi Blake. LADNDBT J. H. Gibbs 2211 Logan avenue. THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO, BAEBEB SHOPS, BATH ROOMS. Fonntain, 1834 Arapahoe. Sample, 1223 19th street Oran C. Goens, 1226 18th street. Wm Mackey, 1860 Arapahoe Harry Jones. 1022 19th street CLUBS. Two Jims, 1859 Champa St. Imperial Club, 1909 Champa street. The Pastime Club, 1821 Arapahoe St. Thoe Clingman 1865 Arapahoe cateeers. Mrs. Geo. S. Oontee. 2612 Welton St. Mrs. J. H Vernell, 1869 Marion. Mrs. R. T. Anderson, 626 26 Are. CALSoMIMM AND DICORATOBfI. D. S. Webaier. 1511 Tremont St. 00AL DEALEE*. Anderson A Co., 2527 Larimer street. CHIROPODIST Dr. Randolph, 1944 Broadway CARPENTERS AND BUILDER*. Harry Brown, 188 S Clark st. Thornton Beverly, 2101 Lawrenoe st. can. Miss Rosa Side*, 1922 Lawrence St. Mecca Cafe, 1918 Lawrence St. Ozark, 1936 Lawrence street. The Little Cottage Dining Room, 1936 Arapahoe street. Rhine. 1129 19th Street. Waffle House, 1831 Arapahoe St. G. W. Anderson, 2018 Arapahoe St. Buckingham Restaurant, 2038 Lari mer Street. 001 S RAO MAKER. Mrs.R VV. Mosby. 2761 Arapahoe. CLRANIN* * PaEillNO London Cleaning and Pressing Co.. 76 Broadway. Paris City Cleaning Worka 610 16th St. S A, Bondnrant, 1077 Broadway. American Cleaning Woiks, 1507 16th. 0. K. Cloaniug Works, 210 16th St. M Peoples, 1530 Glenarm Home Cleaning Works, 2227 Grant Avenue. STEXOORAPIIERS. Pearl Hrtrvel, .31, Good Block, 16th and Laiimer Streets. EMPLOYMENT BCREAI'S. Mr*. Wade. 2227 Lincoln Ave IXPIEBB. oim Payne Pennsylsania A 17th ave. Phone 382 Olive. G. D. Hall, I7th and Arapahoe. B- F. Harris. 19th and Champa. Thos. Reed, 19th and Lawrence. Steve's Express, 21st and Larimer, "m. Hill, 16th and Broadway Z. Hooper, 22nd and Champa Sts. IMBBOIDIBY AND BATTINBUBQ' Mrs trying Williams 2229 Arapahoe floiut. L- McKel], 40 W. Bth ave. nra masbpactcbib* A. B. Butler ■AIB DBIggIBS. Miss M. Cowden, 1219 21st street. Mrs. Eli Turner, 2603 Curtis. Mrs. J. ft. Hallowell, 2026 Larimer. Mrs. M E Mackey, 2260 Penn. Ave. Mrs. Gleaves, 124 York St. Mrs. McWilliams. 2410 Champa St. mars and rimes Itichsrd Evans. 2046 Arapahoe St irosic R. G. Holley, violinist 2557 Clarkson Mrs. R W Mosby, 2751 Arapahoe St Mabel Fore, 23th A Hnmbolt St D. E. Henry, vocal and instrumen tal music. 1740 Blake St. IfILLUTXBT Hallowell A Hallowell 2026 Larimer OBCBKSTBAS R. G. Helley, 1828 Downing. Chas. Harris, 2337 Lincoln Centennial Mandolin A Guitar Club. i COOL BOOMS Thos. Clingman. 1865 Arapahoe Henry Finn, 1817 Arapahoe Si 101 FRISTIBI Thi Statesman, 1026 19th St PAMS MANOINO AND FAINTING O W Andrews 1218 20th Ave UAL UT*TI Lewis Price, 137 So. Tremont. CSOTCBBTINO, PLAIN SISTINO. Mrs. Hattie Hogue, 1128 Weltou St Hie Induatiial, 212 16th Street. OOarOBATIONS. The Citizens Investment Company, 49-60, Good Block, 16th and Larimer. Golden Chest Mining A Milling Co 1223 19th St. The Hill Horsesnoe Overshoe Com pany. 31, Good Block. 16th aud Lari mer Streets. The Colored American Lean Co. 911 21st St. TAILOBS. C. Hillsman, 19th and Lawrence Sts. Diro STORES. Ideal Drug Store, 1863 Arspaloe St. Cottrell’s Pharmacy, 2100 Arapahoe. TASTSL ARTISTS. Mrs. O. Dishman, 1226 Champa St. Mist Panav O. Johnson. 2108 Califor nia Street. Mrs D E Hughes. 322 24th Street DOCTOI F. E. Spratlin, Good Block, 16th & Larimer. Mra. J. L. Ford 1921 Curtla 8t W. A. Jones, 21st At Champa. Dr. Cottrell, 2100 Arapahoe St. J. H. P. Westbrook. 913215 t street. E. L. Faulkner 1863 Arapahoe St. DENTISTS. J. A. Harper, 913 21st Street. DRESSMAKERS. Mrs. D. E. Hughes. 322 24th St. Deadly Serpent Bites are as common In India as are stomach and liver disorders with us. For the latter, howover, there is a sure rem edy: Electric Bitters: the great restor ative medicine, of which S. A. Brown of Bennettsville, S. C., says:: “They re stored my wife to perfect health, after years of suffering with dyspepsia and a chronically torpid liver." Electric Bitters cure chills and fever, malaria, biliousness, lame back, kidney trou bles and bladder disorders. Sold on guarantee by all druggists. Price, 50c. Balls and Bats in California. Califomians buy more baseballs and bats with which to play the national game than the people of any other state in the union in proportion to population. Close to 60,000 balls and 20,0 ml bats are annually required to supply the demand created by the strong hold which the great American game has secured in the state Always Staunch And True The Denver Republican has al ways avoided the fallacies and knaveries of yellow journalism, ind its steadily increasing Circula tion proves conclusively that it-, policy of telling the plain Truth without exaggeration or misrepre sentation. standing fast for the Right, is heartily approved with growing force by the intelligent Tublic to w hich it appeals. To read it is a liberal Education, and the citizen who goes without it does a positive harm to himself, to his family, and to the commu nity. In no other way can the'invest ment of 2% cents per dar —for that is all The Republican 'osts any subscriber—bring such rich results in that Knowledge which is both Power and Pleasure. Information, instruction and en ertamment fill its columns and it 'eaves a good taste in the mouth if the reader. It stands for Law and Order in lie State—for Peace, Prosperit and Happiness in the Home. If you are no already enrolled imong its splendid list of Patrons lend on your subscription and give t a fair trial at 75 cents per month ir Daily and Sundav.