Christmas and New Year
Holiday Excursion Fares
The Denver & Rio Grande Railroad
“THE SCENIC LINE OF THE WORLD”
ONE FARE FOR THE ROUND TRIP
between all stations in Colorado and New Mexico on the
Denver & Rio Grande System, also correspondingly low rates
to points on other lines.
Tickets on Sale December 23, 24, 25, 30, 31 and January 1,
between all stations in Colorado and New Mexico, also
December 22 between all points Denver, Colorado Springs,
Manitou, Pueblo, Trinidad, Canon City, Salida and inter
mediate points, and LaVeta, Alamosa, Creede, Antonito,
Durango, Dolores, Telluride. Ridgway and intermediate
Final Return Limit January 3rd, 1912.
For Rates and Full Particulars, call on RIO GRANDE, AGENT
FRANK A. WADLEIGH, General Passenger Agent,
LOOK! SOMETHING ENTIRELY NEW LOOK !
THE NEWPORT ANNEX
CAFE AND LUNCH ROOM
Short Orders at All Hours. Regular Dinner 20c from 12 noon to 3p. m
Special Sunday Dinner, 30c.
v\ „ make a specialty of the Best Coffee in the City.
PRIVATE DINING ROOM FOR LADIES
Give us a trial. We will try to please you. We solicit your patronage
We have in connection 15 Nicely Furnished Rooms.
Also the Old Reliable
NEWPORT THIRST PARLOR
RICHARD FRAZIER &. TOM LEWIS, Proprietors
1841-3-5 ARAPAHOE ST., DENVER, COLO.
TELEPHONE MAIN 7413
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A SOCIAL ( LI'H
921 Twentieth Street Denver, Colorado
THEJ NAIL ORDER HOUSE
Of Yesterday is the TELEPHONE
ORDER house of To-day. The Mails
r n are slow. The Long Distance Tele
phone places your order and brings its
acceptance in one conversation.
The Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph Co.
THE NAME OF THAT GOOD GIN IS
EL BAR” 7 "
MADE IN UNITED STATES
T. H. JOHN SON' Proprietor
Newly Built and Newly Furnished
Fire Proof - Steam Heat - Hot and Cold Baths
2130 Arapahoe Street • Denver, Colo.
Nickel Refunded with all Telephone Orders of $l.OO
R- E. NORRIS
COAL Z E SERVE E YOU WOOD
We Gave You Prompt Service and Low Prices
Last Winter, Will Do the Same This Winter
HOME SPECIAL, PER TON - $4.00
1119 22nd Street, f^aw^cSt, o .' Phone Main 5067
Madam C. J. Walker Sells Her Hair
Grower so Widely that She is Able
to Give Indianapolis Y. M. C. A. a
THE WALKER MANUFACTURING
The Freeman of Indianapolis of re
cent date says:
Few, very few persons in this city,
have an adequate idea of the bulk
and volume of business done by the
Walker Manufacturing Company, now
located at l>4(» North West street.
Coming to Indianapolis about one
year ago, Madam C. J. Walker pur
chased a home on North West street,
and immediately set about putting
he r wonderful preparation upon the
market. Her bid at that time being
for the local trade, for through a w« II
planned system of advertisements ! er
preparation was already well known
in all parts of the Union.
Madam Walker met with some <>p
position in tlie form of doubt and in
difference, but being a woman with
a strong and determined will, she
kept her preparation before the pit
lie, and soon the demand became s.»
great that she had to seek larger
quarters; to meet this demand she
had erected a large factory in the
rear of her beautiful home on North 1
West street. This factory does a
rushing business, both local and for
eign. Madam Walker, as president
of the corporation, contents herself
with acting in a supervisory capac
ity, the immediate management being
I under a forewoman, an estimable and
competent lady from Springfield, 111.
i There are several girls employed,
! also bookkeeper and stenographer.
It is a treat to visit her laboratory,
! see the girls at work, talk with
| Madam Walker, and get an idea ot
Madam Walker's Manufacturing Establishment
her business. Madam Walker in now ,
making arrangements to send agents
to all parts of the country. Numer
ous applications are in and are now
under consideration. Indianapolis'
feels proud of this business woman,
as well as of the opportunity for em
ployment this corporation offers to
her boys and girls, and this city is
proud of her for yet another reason,
proud of her great, big, generous and
race-loving heart, as attested by her
gift o one thousand dollars to th|
Colored Y. M. C. A. building fund.
In 1905 she discovered a remedy
for the growing of hair. After hav
ing tried it successfully on herself
and family, she decided to make a
business of it. July 19, 1905, sh( i« ft
St. Louis, Mo., for Denver. Colo., to
engage in the hair growing business.
After many discouragements and ob
stacles she finally was able to con
vince tlie people at this place that
she could really grow hair, and was
successful in building up ;i fair busi
ness. January 1900, she was mar
ried to C. J. Walker. After her mar
riage, site moved from an attic room,
which she had been occupying, to
more comfortable furnished rooms,
i where she continued her business at
2310 Champa street. She remained
ed in Denver a year. She became
awakened to the needs of the colored
people in this line and her discovery
, was regarded as one of the wonders
of the world. As she had not thor
■ oughly convinced the skeptical public
in so short a time she decided to
travel, notwithstanding she was dis
couraged by her husband and many
patrons who said she would not be
able to make her expenses from one
town to another. However, she was
determined and felt inspired to do so.
Believing, as Christ converted the
world by miracles He wrought before
the Jews, by placing her hand in His,
she might convert the world by the
wonderful good she would do her peo
ple. Hence on September 15, 1906,
she started out. accompanied by her
husband, to place her goods on the
market; he having decided to join
heart and hand with her to make her
work a success, notwithstanding he
cbuld see nothing ahead but failure.
After a few months on the road, he
became thoroughly convinced that her
method was the right one Thej
traveled for a year and a half. At
the end of that time, the mail order
business had so inct eased,
was necessar> foi them to
somewhere temporarily, so Pittsburg,
Pa . was • let ted for t hat purpose
After establishing ;i business there,
she left her daughtei in charge of
the business there and began travel
Ing again February 10, 1910, she
came to Indianapolis, [nd„ and was
so impressed with the city and the
cordial welcome extended to her sh •
/decided to make this city her home.
Since coming here she has purchased
and paid for a beautiful home valued
at ten thousand dollars, adjoining
which is a factory and laboratory,
said to be the most complete of its
kind in the United States. She has
050 agents. Her business is incorpo
rated with it capital stock of SIO,OOO,
with an income of SI,OOO per month,
with Madam Walker as president. She
has made possible tin? way for many
colored women to abandon the wash
tub for more pleasant and profitable
occupation. Since coining to this city
she is regarded its one of the most
active in its commercial walks, and
her business qualifications and integ
rity are unquestioned. Site is a mem
ber of Method A. M. 13. church, and is
active in all worthy or religious
Mrs. Leila Walker Robinson, her
daughter, has charge of the Pittsburg
branch of her business.
There is difference in tae quality
of printing. Franklin’s printing is
good. Phone Main 7905 for estimates.
MRS. D. L. JONES
OF HOT SPRINGS, ARK.
TEACHER OF MILLINERY, FANCY
WORK, SHAWL *S£ SLIPPER MAKING
MASS AGE and SC A LP T R EAT M E NT
I make a specialty of Hair Manufacturing
Main 5286 3035 Marion St.
THE MUTUAL LAUNDRY
IS EQUIPPED TO DO ALL KINDS OF
STEAM AND HAND WORK
Wet Washing, Rough Dry, Finish Work and
Mangle (Flat Work)
Work Called For and Delivered
PHONE YORK 6929 2640 WASHINGTON ST
The Five Points Creamery Makes the
Best Cream in the City, and Retails
it at $1.25 per gallon. Special Rates
to Organizations and Churches.
Phone us, we will deliver promptly
817 E. 26th AVE. PHONE MAIN 4395 *
TH El 11
J. R. WARD FURNITURE & AUCTION CO.
1822 WELTON STREET
SELL AT AUCTION EVERY DAY AT 2 P. M.
Furniture Bought for Cash or sold on commission
RESIDENT SALES A SPECIALTY
The Cheapest house in town to buy goods, you can’t
afford to miss us. . . Phone Main 7848
J. C.;HA.MKSON, President F. T. McELVAIN. Secretary
THE ATLAS DRUG CO.
Successor to J C HAMPSON
27th & Welton Sts. Denver, Colo.
Phons Main 895, 875
PRESCRIPTIONS Complete Line of Drugs, Chemicals,
OUR Patent Medicines and Toilet Articles
SPECIALTY FIRST-CLASS WINES AND LIQUORS FOR FAMILY USE
YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED
Special Sunday Excursion Rates
THE COLORADO & SOUTHERN RY. OFFERS
The Far-Famed Georgetown LOOP TRIP.. _ _ qq
TKAIN AT 8.10 A. M.
Colorado Springs and 1 J 2 00 fc - ldora "Switzerland! Trail
Manitou < Trip" <.
Trains at 8.00.8.30-9.00 A. M. ffr 4 ...
m \ ruin at 8.00 A ' M
Pike's Peak $0 00 Morrison
Pueblo 8 26 (Includer Red Rock, Park
Idaho Springs 1 2f> Admission eflectivelMap 13)
Cpipple Creek 4SO Clacier l ake 175
(Via Short Line) Boulder j oo
Train at 8.00 A. M. Golden. 50
Picturesque Platte Canon Resorts. . $1 00 to $2,25
Also Sunday to Monday Rates to Many Points
The Regular Summer Tourist Rates for the Season to all State
Points are placed on sale SUNDAY. MAY 14. 101 1
T. E. FISHER,
General Passenger Agent, Denver, Colo.
PHONE MAIN 55M.
/Hpl&rk l” Do you work for money? Why (nor
your money work for you. Ours works
night and day, and we can place yours in
the same position, talk it over with’
THE COLORED AMERICAN LOAN & REALTY GO.
913 TWENTY-FIRST ST.
A. A. WALLER, Secretary and Manager
K POMADE FOR THE HAIR
p- We wish to advise our friendH and customers. that we 2
have a full line of Toilet Preparations, Perfumes, Mnnl
U cure Supplies, Brushes of every description, Toilet C
jjj Soaps, Cutlery, et c.
* The Denver Barbers Supply Co. |
1827 Glenarm Street j
W Formerly at 1008 15th Bt.
< Phone Main 7221 Denver, Colo. M
2 POMADE FOR THE HAIR - S
Tne finest and largest stock of Ladles
and Gents’ slightly used clothing In
the West. Theatrical Gowns, Evening
Gownr. Fine Full Dress Suits for
rent. We buy and sell good clothing
only. Also traveling men’s samples, '
new, at wholesale prices.
The only American In the business
in the city.
628 15th Street phone Main 5811
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