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THE NEWPORT ANNEX CAFE AND LUNCH ROOM Short Orders at All Hours. Regular Dinner 20c from 12 noon to 3p. m. Sp» -Al Sunday Dinner, 30c. w e 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 THE FIVE POINTS HARDWARE CO. Tin, Sheet Iron and Furnace Work Paints, Oils, Lead and Glass, Tools and Kitchen Utensils. Gas Mantles Phone Champa 2078 2663 Welton St. Business Phone Residence Phone Main 2275 York 2079 HARDWICK AUTO SERVICE OLIVER HARDWICK, Manager; j I SERVICE BY TRIP OR HOUR Stand at Rocky Mountain Athletic Association 2014 (Champa Street GOOD CLOTHES WHETHER CUSTOM MADE OR TAILOR MADE NOBBY IN STYLE AND PERFECT IN FIT AT THE QUALITY CLOTHES SHOP 1015 SIXTEENTH ST., opposite Tabor tirand 1 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 $1.70 Make all Money Orders Payable to Mme. C. J. Walker, fend Stamps for Replkik AGENTS WANTED. Write for Terms fp Agents. _ Before writing Mme. C T, Walker, ask your druggist, it may you time as we are now placing our goods in all drug stores THE COLORED ORPHANAdE. AND OLD folks iLoi Htc-rt at Arvada, Colorado, take Ar-vada car. T.hla Institution provide* a home for homeless eolo.«o chllamu -nil **•“• ■women and men of the race. Wo «l*o care for children whose parent* are In service and rannot keep them, at a very small pittance. Any Inform*. Uon dan be had by writing a lottar Or postal to Arvada, Colorado. THE STATESMAN- BURGAW NORMAL SCHOOL CLOSES President Meserve of Shaw Uni versity Main Speaker. GOSPEL OF WORK HIS THEME Thrifty Institution In Old North State Rounds Out Another Successful Year Surrounded by Farmers, Educators. Town and County Officials-—Work of Principal Fennell Approved. By GEORGE FRANCIS KING. Burgaw, N. C.—The interest shown by the white people in this section ot the state in the institutions of learning for colored people is an evidence of the friendly relations which exist between the two races. The recent closing exer eises of the Burgaw Normal and Indus trial school in this town fully justified the wisdom of those who have contrib uted toward the maintenance of this institution, which is doing so much for the intellectual advancement of our people in the rural districts. The principal speaker on this occa sion was the well known Dr. Charles F. Meserve. president of Shaw univer- PRINCIPAL J. H. FENNELL. sity. The lending white people of the community accepted the opportunity to be present and come in direct touch with the better element of the race in this community. The progressive farm ers of the race from every part of the county attended the tinuls for the clos ing school year ol' this useful rural dis trict institution. There were a number of prominent Baptist ministers present from various sections of the state. o\v- -. ing to the fact that the school is main Jy supported by the churches of that denomination in this section of North Carolina. The subject of the message brought to both races Dr. Meserve was, “The Gospel of Work.” 'i bis noted educator didn’t once try to win favor with either race, but gave both n straightforward, wholesome aud practical address on the subject, which was listened to with close attention by every one pre> out. He directed his remarks to tin* white and colored people alike, telling them that if they respected themselves and each individual realized the fact that lie was a factor in the progress of civilization and tried to obey the man dates of God such an individual would be respected in the community. Among the vital facts comprehen sively discussed by Dr. Meserve was the notable evidence that the birth rate among Afro-Americans, especially In Washington and northern cities, where the Negroes could be found In large numbers, was decreasing aud that the death rate was increasing to an alarming extent His utterances were strong in showing that the Negro should remain in the south and elicited stnmg applause when he said, “The colored people are so foolishly leaving behind them in the south excellent op portunities to become desirable and progressive citizens and entering north ern cities.” A commendable feature of the ad dress of Dr. Meserve was that he nev er tried to crater to the whims of either race, but told the white man about some of his eardiunl faults and the bad example* that he sets for the Negro. lie pi id a lilting tribute to the Negro and said that his progress was largely due to Ills devotion to education and that no race had ever made such progress la so short a time. He gave interest ing statistics in support of his argu ment Dr. Meserve was given an ova t i«m at (lie conclusion of his address and was personally congratulated by tin* town and county officials. ! 10very speaker praised the work of Professor .1 11. Fennell, principal of the school. The citizens narrated in stances where the influence of the school was and is still a recognized fae (or in the development of the citizens of i !k* community. Professor Fennell is a product of Shaw university, and each speaker touched upon the charac ter of the students and graduates of the school and said that their lives re flected credit upon the institution and the work of its principal. Anniversary of Household of Ruth. Boston Household of Ruth. No. 2007. held Its sixth anniversary on Tuesday, April 30. The affair attracted a large number of visitors from out of town. The exercises were in charge of u com mittee. of which Mrs. A. E. Smith was chairman. Tje society is in a flourish ing condition, is was shown by the an nunl reports of the different general officers. 6 CARPENTRY CONTRACTING BUILDING | Coal and Kindling ERNEST HOWARD . SHOP 1021 2lat STREET Phono Champa 752 RES. 353 W. WARREN AVE Phono South 1862 Estimates and Plans Furnished > Cleaning Pressing Repairing The Eastern Tailors i T. S. ENDO, Prop. ARTISTIC TAILORS i 2026 Larimer St., Denver, Colo. Phone Main 7518 FOR RENT We have a number of houses to rent at all times. We get new ones every day. Call and see us if you want to rent. FOR SALE We also have a number of houses and cottages for sale, some on very easy terms. See us If you want to buy. 5 POINTS REALTY CO. Phone Main 5831 2603 Weiton St Notary Public, Flra Inauranca Monay to Loan MRS.A.KPQPE COLLfftrsiOQMNE. . >m i m . fij-S #», ,t.S\ y g -» <H l * f 4 -i f Photo by Sexton. 23.19 Market St.. St. Louis. Nio. upQijQH r»f>I .1 F*<1F The benefits derived from this institn- home to ndopt this scientific method of ‘ . . . „ ,„„ r tion do not end in St. Louis. In nddition treatment thus insuring cleanliness of lj> .“ * e " equ |p p«sl rfour-htory hcr a | rea ,i y large patronage at the col- scalp and hair. If there is no agent in building located at 3100 Pine street, in the j ghe , la8 csla blishcd a number of your city or town. Mrs. Pope-Tumbo will city of St. Louis. Mo. Mrs. A. M. Pole- branch offlce8 an ,| ma ny agents through- cheerfully explain her method of treat- Tumbo, the proprietress, is a specialist in United States are supplied ment to all who write to her. Simplyad the treatment of p and the grow- mnImfacture d at •• PORO " dress a postal to "Poro" College, ing of luxuriant beautiful ham Her col- ££ LLE(JE am) U8e the san- 3100 Pine St , St. lege contains the most modem elec- . me thod.s employed tliere. Mo., and you will receive the desired trical apparatus and hundreds of women ,ta: T metnous cinp.oyeu o‘uc. information and girls receive the best scientific treat- By this means—and on the real merits merit there daily of "Poro ” products—she has cstab- Visitors receive polito and courteous In addition to this excellet opportunity ilshed a lucrative trade in all of the states, attention when visiting the institution, afforded the people of St. Louis and vicin- in Canada and in Mexico. Thus "TORO A diploma from • Poro College represents ity. there are undcr personal supervision is achieving a wondcrrul success by giv- competency in this science, of Mrs. Pope-Tumbo. a number of young ing the people a complete scientific sani- The girls are given free access to the women and girls who are learning the tary method for scalp and hair treatment, sewing room, dfiice and kitchen that they fundamental scientific principles of scalp Her method of treatment is having the may economize their spare momenta treatment and luxuriant hair growing, desired effect in helping to prevent the cither by sewing, using the typewriter In her factory (which is directly connect- spread of diseases, for it is o fact that hair or |, y learning to prepare economic, ed with the institution). Mrs. Pope-Turn- in an unsanitary condition carries germs wholesome meals, all of which ore essen bo has *he most modem equipment and of deadly diseases which often prove fatal tial to an enterprising young woman of uses th»: best materials in the mauufact- to innocent persons coming in contact this uge. ure of .*er many specialties. «—*»«*,* ■ 1 1 BEST.WORKMAN IN THE CITY GASAWAYi WALTON J. W. CARRIE, b r I. W. CARRIE, Sr. AUTO LIVERY CARRIE & CARRIE AUTO SERVICEDAY or NIGHT, MILE or HOUR TOIlSOrial P2liOl* LONG DISTANCE TOURING A SPECIALTY hand and electrical face massage Telephone Day or Night Main 5038 j 831 Arapahoe Street Garage 23rd and Larimer Sts. Phone Main 1855 A GOOD JOB FOR A VIOLINSTl nm„-^ I A violinist of good ability and good health can secure profitable and pleas- _ . snt employment by corresponding wucceeo whe everything else fej with this office. This opportunity is f. r °* Uat,on ■** a great one for the person who wishes a®**** supreim to 8 perfect hlmself.and at the same IrSo time make a good living. Write at r '*^JJipNBY|LIVBR once. The first good man gets the • IMWACH JB place. Address editor Statesman. tt la tha beat medicine avat aotd don’t delay. dmggiat’a <• optic. f THE NEW WAY SHOE REPAIRING OEWED HEN’S 66 CENTS OoLES LADIES’ 60 CENTS LINDENOID water proof and w«jr proof, out-lasts 2 other soles. Men’B Soles 75c Ladies’ Soles 60c C. C. DENNIS, Prop. Phone Main 3737 1857 Champa St. THE BEST IN THE CITY THE GRAND sc. THEATRE 2017 LARIMER STREET COVER THAT BALD SPOT by using my special Treatment. I promise to grow hair on every persons I head who has been bald 25 years. Stop hair from falling, promote new growth in six weeks, restore color to gray or faded hair without the use of dye. Satisfaction Guaranteed or money refunded.i E. WILLIAMS, Denver, 1830 Arapahoe St. Colorado