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THANKSGIVING and CHRISTMAS
SPECIAL AT LORIE’S Add a Bottle of Good Wine or Liquor to your Turkey Dinner and your “Menu” is complete California Sweet or Sour Wine, 6 years ”1 AA old, A 1 quality, per gallon, - V Clark’s Sour Nash Whiskey, Bottled in A A Bond, Full Quart, Holiday Special, - V FULL LINE OF DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CHAMPAGNES, LIQUORS, BFERS, ETC. LORIE’S FAMILY LIQUOR STORE 2958 Welton St.,Phone Champa 2121 BEST WORKMAN IN THE CITY CARRIE & CARRIE Tonsorial Parlor HAND AND ELECTRICAL FACE MASSAGE 1831 Arapahoe Street MRS. A. W. CLAY SAN PEDRO ..CAFE.. CHILE AND SHORT ORDERS Regular Meal Service. ■I3T-CLASS AND MODERN 2339 LARIMER ST. DENVER FOII PLEASURE AND AMUSEMENT THE BON TON POOL HALL W. A. GAUFNEY, Prop. A Large Line of Cigars and Tobacco FREE CHECK ROOM Phone Main 2L75 1920 ARAPAHOE ST. DENVER, COLO. PHONE CHAMPA 2558 first class billiard tables Wmfi TM IDEAL POOL HALL J. T. TOSON & W. S. MEYERS, Proprietors The Leading Pleasure Resort of Denver FREE CHECK ROOM 1843 Lawrence Street Denver, Colo. baby THE CUT RATE l “mb F MARKET CO. la„b 10c lb 1807 WELTON STREET 10c lb NOT IN THE TRUST Fancy Dressed Turkeys, per pound, 20 cents The Cut-Rate Market Co. is the only Independent Sell-As-You-Please meat market in the city of Denver. We raise and fatten our own meats. We sell direct to the consumer. The amount of business we do will con vince you that we handle the choicest of meats and sell them at a live-and let-live price. Compare our prices with others and come and see our meats. Beef, corn-fed, from one cent a pound up, not to exceed 10 cents a pound for any cut. Choice of all steaks, lb 10c PORK, CORN-FED. Choice cut of Rump Roast, lb 10c Fattened on our Gwn Ranch with Choice cut of Pot Roast, lb 10c Corn. Nice Peel' Tongues, lb 10c / -mcc b Loin or Rib Pork Roast, any size, Whole Rumps Steer Beef, lb It lbs. of choice Beet for $l.OO whole ’ ".'.'i;. ,n c LAMBS. GRASS-FED AND CHOICE Fresh hams, cut to your size, lb. ll%c .. 111/0 Whole Shoulders of Pork, lb 8c Legs of Lamb, any size lb. 1 H pork steak , Ib 10c Shoulders of Lamb cho.ce, »>•■..G*c Rt) , or Ijoln Pork chopß , 12%c 3 lbs. of Lamb Steak, choice, for. .25c Lamb Chops, Rib or Loin, choice, HAMS AND BACON, it. 10c . . , „ r Sugar-cured Hams, one-half or S lbs. of Lamb Stew, choice, T0r..25c W hole, lb 15c POULTRY, HOME-DRESSED. 6 lbs - of Breakfast Bacon for. .. .$l.OO POU L i“ t , PURE LARD SALE, HOME-MADE. Spring Chickens, lb 15c 3 lbs. of Pure Lard for 35c Hens fancy, 11) 12% r ’ I,JS - of Pure Lard for 50c stewing Chickens, lb 9c 10 lbs. of Pure Lard for $l.lO Can you afford to buy your meats elsewhere but at the Cut-Rate Mar ket. 1807 Welton. LIGHTNING KILLS FEW. In 1906 lightning killed only 169 people in this whole country. One’s chances of death by lightning are less than two in a million. The chance of death from liver, kidney or stomach trouble is vastly greater, but not if Electric Bitters be used, as Robert Madsen, of West Burlington, la., proved. Four doctors gave him up after eight months of suffering from virulent liver trouble and yellow jaundice. He was then completely cured by Electric Bitters. They’re [ the best stomach, liver, nerve and kidney remedy and blood purifier on earth. Only 50c at all druggists. PRICES REASONABLE SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ARTHUR JAIKSON COLORED ORCHESTRA Music Furnished For All Occasions RESIDENCE 2420 WALNUT ST. ’ Phone Main 5300 Room 3 THE STATESMAN DENVER PERSONAL MENTION SCOTT M. E. CHURCH NOTES. Twenty-sixth and Clarkson Streets. The choir will render a special musical and liteary program Sunday evening. There will be no preaching. Sermon Sunday morning, “Glor> To God.” Miss Wilhelmina Boykin, elocution ist of wide note, supported by excel lent local talent, will appear at Scott’s next Thursday evening. If you miss this you will regret it. Bet us encourage our promising young people who are striving to make good before the world. Club No. 1, Mrs. Anna B. Dawson, captain, will give a “Widow and Wid owers’ ” Leap Year social in the church New Year’s night. The inter esting feature of this entertainment will be a prize for the most popular widow and a debate between the wid owers and widotvs, subject, “Which is the most useful article in the house, the broom or the dish rag?” This en tertainment is given to help the club to raise its assessment for the New Year’s Rally. The church is being beautiful!' dec orated by Mr. Fred Brown, superin tendent of the Sunday school. The decorations are rare and expensive. Mr. Brown has a very artistic taste, which is shown in his selection of decorations. The Christmas tree and program will be on Monday evening, Dec. 25th. We invite sister churches to be with us. Rev. W. C. Williams preached an excellent sermon last Sunday after noon, which was very heartib ac cepted by the members of Scott’s. We I thank the reverend for this timely | assistance. Mr. F. D. McPherson acted as dis trict steward in the .absence of Mr. C. J. Colier last. Sunday and did yoo- 1 man service in raising the presiding elder’s salary. Mr. McPherson is ihe former district steward and his way of handling the funds showed that he was not an apprentice. The reports coming from a loyal constituency showed a steady in crease. Some of the auxiliaries did not report. We are expecting them to make their final report in the fourth quarterly conference, which will be held the last Sunday in Febru ary. Let the leaders go to work now and make this the banner fourth quarterly conference. The paste will leave for the Annual Couferem- the 1 | first of March. The confererce will | meet in Oklahoma City this year Bishop Quayle will be the presiding bishop. Each member will receive a token from the pastor. Come to tin- Christ mas tree. Miss Lela Rice deserves much credit for the way she is handling the little juniors and Sunday school chil dren in their rehearsals. Miss Rice is a model young lady of high ideals. In addition to this work she has as sisted the president with the Christ Business Phone Residence Phone I Main 2275 York 2079 HARDWICK AUTO SERVICE OLIVER HARDWICK, Manager SERVICE BY TRIP OR HOUR Stand at Rocky Mountain Athletic Association 2014 Champa Street \ Is Your Hair Short? Breaking Off, Thin or Falling Out ? Have you Tetter Eczema ? Does yonr Scalp Itch ? Have you More than a Normal Amount of Dandruff ? If so write for MME. C. J. WALKER’S WONDERFUL HAIR GROWER which Postively cures all Scalp Diseases, Stops the Hair- from Falling out and Starts it at once to Growing. These Remedies are Manufactured only by THE WALKER MFG. CO. 638 N. WEST ST. INDIANAPOLIS, IND. A Six Weeks’Trial Treatment sent to any Address by Mail for 11-70 Make all Money Orders Payable to Mme. C. J. Walker Send Starn is for Repli-.* AGENTS WANTED. WriU W Terms V> Agents, Before writing Mme. C. J. Walker, ask your druggist, it may save you time as we are now placing our goods in all drug stores. 8 mas music for the choir and rehears ed for the drama. Miss Rice has won a substantial place in the affections of the members of Scott’s. Club No. 3 will give its last enter , tainment Friday night, January stli. Who will be the next to announce an entertainment for the New Y’ear’s Rally? 'File president of the choir, Mrs. H. H. Hicks, promises to have the new choir chairs on the stand Sunday. Dr. Horace E. Warner, the former superintendent of Missions of Denver has departed this life. Dr. Warner was a staunch friend of the colored work in this city. He stood faithfully by the work of Scott’s until his de parture. He was a brother, indeed, broad, scholarly and believed in giv ing an oppressed people a chance. Dr. 13. T. Vincent was the chief speaker at the funeral service, which was held from Christ church last Monday afternoon. A TERRIBLE BLUNDER To neglect liver trouble. Never do it. Take Dr. King’s New Life Pills on the first sign of constipation, bilious ness or inactive bowels and prevent virulent indigestion, jaundice or gall stones. They regulate liver, stomach and bowels and build up your health. Only 25c, at all druggists. Chitterling supper and other re freshments will be served at the Ma sons’ entertainment at East Turner hall, Wednesday night, by the ladies of Evergreen Chapter. | WESTERN MAKES PROMPT PAY MENTS. Denver. Colo.. Dec. 20, 1911. Western Life Insurance Co. Gentlemen:—l received your check ‘ for the dividend on my policy. You paid the dividend on my wife’s policy I last May. The company is certainly ! prompt in its payments to me. Very truly yours, JAS. W. CHATMAN. 2019 Stout St. CONDOLENCE. Household of Ruth No. 4130 wishes to express their sympathy for our sis ter, Effie Waldon, in the loss of her jaunt, Mrs. Lucy Martin, who died on Dec. 8, 1911. ’Not now, but in the coming years i It may be in the better land, ] We’ll read the meaning of our tears. And there, perhaps, wel’ll under stand. We’ll catch the broken threads again \nd finish what we here began, i j Life's mystery explained, and then — . j Ah, then, we’ll understand.” I At Campbell Chapel, Opossum din i j ner, beginning at 3:00 p. m. Serve - I great big Opossums, sweet potatoes, - I brown gravy. Chitlings with Ash cake. Ha. ha, ha Great drama, Santa Claus Christ j mas Mail, at Campbell Chapel. Mon day evening. Dec. 25th. J. R. CONTEE, Pres. & Manager FRANK N. ROGER S. Asst. Manager 'Resident Phone York 1669 R. C. HANDY. Licensed Embalmer. The Douglass Undertaking Incorporated. Phone Main 6123 Bonded to the cltT 1023 Nineteenth Street PHONEIMAIN 2276 IPERFECTLY SANITARY The Rocky Mountain Athletic Association ' jp«| BARBER SHOP rj9 2014 CHAMPA STREET Hot and Cold Shower Baths-Everything Strictly 38p Up to-Date-First-Class Work by Expert Artists ' 1 OPEN FROM 8 a. M. TO 9 P. M A E. BALLARD, Prop. CHAMPION SHOE REPAIRING > Ladies Sewed Soles 40c Gents Sewed Soles 50c * * E o ' O 3ER 2056 LARIMER STREET fTHE NEW WAY SHOE REPAIRING QEWED MEN’S 65 CENTS £*OLES LADIES’ 50 CENTS C. C. DENNIS, Prop. Phone Main 3737 1857 Champa St. Mpr-' FIVE points BARBER SHOP M.inicurinjf and I lainirewiriK I’arlor. jEfeT x First Class Work by Expert Arti&tf ■rag ruu LINE OF CICARS AND TOBACCO . I 2727 Welton St. Denver, Colo W. P. JONES, Proprietor phone CHaMPa 471 Madam Hunter’s Marvelous Hair Grower Ladies join the Beautifying Club. Three treatments $l.OO. Free treat ment with each 50 cent Jar of Grow er. Don’t Fail to try it. It works like magic. Hair grown in six weeks or money refunded. 1 ’ MADAM HUNTER’S BEAUTY PARLOR Phone Main 1298 2712 1-2 Welton St. 4 J. W. PERKINS. Proprietor Oor Sp.ci.lt, Residence 2629 Marion St. THE FINEST OF WORK IF YOU HAVE'ANY CLOTHES TO CLEAN, DYE OR PRESS LET THE ONE DAY DRY CLEANERS ‘ DO YOUR WORK We Clean Everything But a Guilty Conscience c.u. d r or D.Uy.r.a prompt!, Phone Main 1800 2680 WELON STREET FULL LINE OF CIGARS AND TOBACCO JOSEPH WELCH, Prop. j& BARBER SHOP AND POOL ROOM First Class Work by Expert Artists ROSE, Foreman , , EDWARDS BARBERS 2232 LARIMER STREET Phone Champ, ao!'