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SCOTT M. E. CHURCH NOTES.
Sermon topics for Sunday morning. “Faith and Doubt:” night, “Spiritual Drought.” The message last Sunday night touched a vibrating note in the church life and there is already evi dences of renewed vigor along spirit ual lines. Ralph Rice met with a very pafWful accident last Thursday after noon while driving his horse, which ran away and threw him violently against the curbing, inflicting a pain ful scalp wound, and both arms were lacerated. At this writing he is rest ing quite easily. He has the prayers and sympathy of the entire member ship. Tuesday evening the pastor was aroused from his slumber by the resonant singing of a large number of members and friends of Scott's Upon investigation he met a large crowd at the door ladened with some of the good things of life. The dining room table fairly groaned under the heavy weight of groceries which were placed there by loving hands. The following persons contributed: Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Fash. Miss L. Rice, Mr. and Mrs. F. IJ. McPherson. Mrs. L. E. Williams. Mrs. M. Mallory. Mrs. L. Fullilove, Mrs E. P. Foruia, Mrs. M. J. Kirk patrick. Mrs. C. Carter, Mrs. William Moore, Mrs. K. P. Johnson, Mrs. F. Dooley, Mrs. Tompkins, Mrs. Anna I-edbetter, Mr and Mrs. Harrison Coleman. G. K. Johnson, Mrs. L. Perry. Mrs. Mary Ford. Mrs. Ada Cas try. Prof L. H. Lightener. John F. Thomas. Mrs. Ella Owens. Mrs. E. J. Galimore and Charles L. Smith. With restrained! emotion the pastor ad dressed these faithful friends with words of thankfulness and apprecla tion This is by far the largest and most valuable surprise which he has enjoyed during his humble service at Scott’s The B|>ecial rally put on Sun day in order to pay him up in full up to date has cheered his heart as noth ing else has done. Mrs Wm Mooreand Mrs. Ella Owens servtd tpring chicken and chili last Saturday evening for the benefit of the Blues Mrs. Mae Dow and Mrs Lula Berry served fids week at the parsonage for the benefit of the Pinks Neat Thursday evening the Sunday school will render its program and combination entertainment Mrs H W Pierson, who underwent a serious operation recently, is a* home and can be seen by her many friends She is doing nicely at this writing. The Carpet Committee, headed by Miss Lelm Klee and Mm E. 1' Forma served after class Wednesday night Tin- I’araonago Committee ha« paid itself out of debt and Is no" prepar ing to make some more repairs upon the pastor's home. Mrs Ella Carter "ill render Tom Thumb's Wedding in the church on December 12th. A silk quilt "ill be given away for the prize to the one selling the highest number of tickets. entertn ml ni fit of the <’oal <'ommittee Ihe roai rally will be on the fourth Sun day of December The choir will have charge of the Sunday evening service after Thanks giving Special music and papers on Thanksgiving "ill be the feature of the program A CHANGE OF NAME AND NOTH ING MORE. It is easy t*» say ind ttU) ber: "Franklin’s paper is now "The Star.” Get used to it and tell your friends. RHEUMATISM Denver, Colo. Gentlemen: I want to give you a short history ot my condition ao that others who have the >amo trouble 1 hnd may know there Is a euro for rheumatism. In July, 1909, 1 noticed that 1 hnd In flammatory rheumatism. In health I had wolgbed 152 pounds. I dropped to 120 pounds After being confined to the bed for two and a half months a friend recommended Bates' Twen tieth Century Wonder Powder. In the summer of 1910 1 began to take It. At this time. April. 1911, I have been well and robust for five months. My appetlto la good nnd my weight Is HO pounds and not a trace of the old trouble remnlna. I havo taken sis bottles of the Twentieth Century Wonder Powder. If you want to r» for anyone to me I will glndly ex press the merits of this medicine. Yours truly, A. J. DYLES. Sold by J. J. Bates, manufacturer, 2910 Glenarm place, Denver. SAVES LEG OF DOY. "It Boomed thnt my 14-year old boy would havo to lose his leg, on account of an ugly ulcor. cnusod by a bad bruise." wrote D. F. Howard. Aquone. N. C. "All remedies and doctor’s treatment fntlcd till wo tried Duck lon's Arnica Solve, and cured him ono box." Cures burns, bolls. Bkln erup tions. piles. 25c at all druggists. If you need the services of n com petent and experienced lawyer, boo \V. S. Townsend. HOUSES AND ROOMS FOR RENT —Furnished rooms in modern house at 2361 Ogden street. Phono Blue 2602. FOR RENT —Front room, nicely furnished in modern house, close In. 2515 Curtis street. Phono Olive 1155. Mrs. Givens. FOR RENT Neatly furnished rooms In modern house and board for railroad porters. 2044 Lawrence street. R. M. Wekand. FOR HENT A neatly furnished room at 2549 Clarkson. Call Main 7487, or Mrs. Lucy Coleman at above address. FOR RENT —Large double house at 2945-47 Walnut street. Phone owner at South 2258. FOR RENT' —Furnished rooms at 1121 Arapahoe street. Phone Olive 88C. Mrs. L. P. Holmes. FOR RENT Neatly rurnlshed rooms at 1962 Champa street. Very clean. Mrs. J. Cowden. FOR RENT —Furnished rooms In modern house; men preferred. Mrs. E. H. Jones. 2350 Tremont Place. FOR RENT —Two large front rooms, •legantly furnished In modern house. Phone purple 1796. Mrsfl Callle How trd. 2418 Champa street. FOR RENT —Furnished room for working girl, modern house. Phone Olive 981. 1 FOR RENT—Furnished Rooms in modern house, at 1923 Clarkson Street Mrs. Stradwick. FOR RENT —Furnished rooms in modern house, very close in. 629 22d St. Mrs. Sanford, phone Champa 761. I FOR RENT—Furnished rooms in a modern house. Mrs. Singleton, 2443 Tremont place. Phone Champa 278. FOR RENT—Furnished rooms, mod em, very convenient, 2214 Curtis St. Phone Main 8562. Mrs. Frankie Martin FOR RENT —Seven-room strictly modern, newly decorated house at 3158 Champa street. Phone York 7116. FOR RENT—Furnished rooms In modern house. Call on Mrs. Edna Bowers 421 25th street. Phone Champa 437. FOR RENT —Large front room suit able for man and wife, $9; single I room. |C. 2736 California street. FOR RENT —Nice large front room, modern house, for two gentlemen or man and wife, with use of kitchen. 1750 Humboldt. Phone Blue 1260. FOR RENT —Furnished room for rent for gentleman in private family. Phone Main 7022. 2949 Welton st. FOR RENT —Furnished rooms in mod ern house,lvory close in. Mrs. John son 2255 Arapahoe St. Phone Champa 1824. FOR RENT —Two nicely furnished front rooms with cooking privilege. 2536 Washington avenue. Phone York 7162. Mrs. Walker. For well heated rooms with all modern conveniences call up Mrs. Perkins of 2447 Tremont place. Phone Champa 1856. FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms for light housekeeping at 2503 Lawrence. St. Strictly modern. FOR RENT Nicely furnished | rooms in a modern house. 81.50 per week and up. Phone Champa 2619. Mrs. Pertelt, 2856 Welton street. FOR RENT —Furnished rooms in a modern house at 2800 Arapahoe street. Phone Main 3531. CLASSiFiED ADVERTISEMENT AUTO O. Hardwick. 2011 Champa St. BARBER AND TOILET SUPPLIES. Denver Barber Supply Co., 1527 Glen arm Place. BREWERIES. Capitol Brewery, phono Champa 35b. CARPENTER. Ernest Howard. 1021 2lst St. HOPEWELL’S HAIR HEALTH The wonderful new dressing for kinky or curly hair. Its use makes stubborn, harsh hair softer, more pliable and glossy, easy to comb and put up in any style the length will permit. Write for testimonies telling how this remarkable remedy makes short, kinky hair grow long and wavy; host dressing on the market for dnndriifT, Itching of the scalp and falling out of the lialr. Beware of imi tations. Get the genuine put up In 60c. and $l.OO Jars Sold by Druggists or sent direct on receipt of price. THE HOPEWELL CO. Dept. 23. Box 2787, Boston, Mass. FREE COUPON NAME STREET No CITY or T. O STATE Cut out this coupon and mall It to The Hopewell Co.. Dept. 23, Box 2787 Boston, Mass., a Free Letter of Advice regarding "H. H. H.” will be sent you pre paid. Agents Wanted Everywhere. THE STATESMAN- CLOTHING SLIGHTLY USED. The Original, 528 15th St. DRUGS. The Atlas. DOCTORS. S. A. Huff, 517 26th St. Justlna L. Ford, 2336 Arapahoe st. W. A. Jones, 911 21st St. P. E. Sprattln, 31 Good Blk., 16th and Larimer Sts. FURNITURE REPAIRS. J. H. Biggins, 2231 Washington SL HAIR GOODS AND TOILET SPEC IALISTS. Miss M. Cowden, 1219 21st St. Leader, 2057*6 Larimer St. Mrs. A. M. Pope, Turabo, 3100 Pine St., St. Louis, Mo. E. Williams, 1830 Arapahoe St. Madam Holly, 2118 Arapahoe SL Rev. Henderson, 1216 33rd St., tooth powder. HARDWARE. Five Points Hardware, 2653 Welton street. ICE CREAM. Five Points Creamery, 817 E. 26th Ave. The Maceo, 2712*6 Wslten St. LAWYERS. W. B. Townsend, 209 Klttredge build ing, 16th and Glenarm Sta. Alley W. Lewis, 1941 Arapahoe SL MEN’S CLOTHING. Quality Clothes Shop. 1015 I6tb St. MONEY LENDER. A. J. Arfsten, 2945 Larimer st. MOVING AND STORAGE. I. M. Thomas. 2541 Welton St. ORCHESTRAS. Arthur Jackson. 2420 Walnut SL Webster's, phone York 3597. ORPHANAGE. The Colored Orphanage and Old Folk Home, Arvada. Colorado. OPTICIANS. Swigert Brothers. 1550 California St. PAINTING AND WALL PAPERING J. T. Frary, 1537 Lawrence St. POOL AND 3ILLARDS. Five Points Pool Hall, 2712 Welton St. PRINTING. C. A Franklin. I9tb SL RAILROADS. Denver & Rio Grande. 17th and Stout ata REAL ESTATE AND LOANS. The Colored American Loan & Realty CO.. 913 2lst SL Mme. M. L. JOHNSON GR4DO4TB SC4LP SPECIALIST UD HAIR CDLTDRIST Manicuring, Facial. Scalp Mits2ge and Scientifia Scalp Treating. — ; i The above cut represents Mme. fohiv son na she la today, with her own NAT URAL H.\IR cultivated by the use of our own Hair Remedies. She can do for you what the has done for herself and thousands of others in every part of this country. Use Johnson's Hair Food, for growing Hair on bald heads and bare temples. It makes hard, dry hair; soft, moist, gloss? and luxurient. Per Jar, 60c. Use Johnson's Hair Grower, for Invig orating, Strengthening, Nourishing the Roots and Stimulating the Hair growth Per Bottle 50c. Use Johnson's Dandruff Cure. It cleans the Scalp of gum, grit, dandruff, scales and dirt, and leaves it healthy and nine. pcr J**. 25c. Use Johnson's Itch Cure. It will stop that Itching Scalp, per Jar, 25c. ÜbC Johnson's Shampoo Cream, for shampooing the scalp and hair. It clean ses and bcautilies. Per Jar, 25c. * Use Johnson’s Medicated Soap, for the complexion, shaving, shatnpoing and akin diseases. Per Cake, 25c. Use Johnson's Cream of Camphor. It beautifies the face, hands and neck. Re lieves headache and neuralgia and will gradually lighten the skin. Per Rot. 50c. Use Johnson's Sure Hair Dye. Changes the grayest hair dark alter a few applica tions. Per Bottle, $l.OO ® * re Pioneer manufacturers of Scientific Hair Prcpatations in the United States. We also make W ; lgs, Switches, Pomps, Coronet Braids, Puffs and front Paris to match your hair. Best work manship. Lowest prices. Send 10c for a large sample jar of John son's Hair Food and terms to Agents. Write your letter to DR. W. ALEXANDER JOHISON ) ■m.. MART L JOHNSON j **"■"*. 681 Shawnut Aienuo, Boston, Mast. Please mention this paper. 3 Five Points Realty Co., 2603 Welton st. RESTAURANTS. The Newport Cafe, 1841 Arapahoe st New Eureka, 2235 Arapahoe St. SALOONS. The Newport. 1845 Arapahoe St. SOCIAL CLUBS. The Railroad Men and Walters, 214 Curtis st. The Rocky Mountain Athletic A.sso elation, 2014 Champa st. SHOE REPAIRING C. C. Dennis. 185 Champa »tree7L Champion Shoe Repairing, 2056 Lar imer St. THEATRES. The Annex, 2118 Larimer SL The Grand, 2017 Larimer SL The Ix>rraine, 725 E. 26th ave. UNDERTAKERS. Douglas Undertaking Co., 1023 19th street. A. M. La whom, 1321 Arapahoe St. WATCH REPAIRING. Wm. Voigts, 611 27th SL W. B. TOWNSEND Attorney and Counsellor At-Law Abstracts of title, wills, deed and all legal matters pertaining to real and personal property carefully looked after. Room 209 Kittredge Building Phone Main 6752 Residence, 2822 High 8L After 5:00 Phone Blue 98 Practice in all the Court* AILEY W. LEWIS Attorney-At-Law 1941 ARAPAHOE ST. DENVER Phone Champt 395 DR. C. D. DeFRANTZ Physician and Surgeon ; Hour*—2 to 4 p. m. Othrr times by appointment. 2716 Welton SL Denver, Colo. Phone Vain 8625. DR. JUSTIN A L. FORD OFFICE HOURS: iJ to 12 a. m., 2 to 4 p. m., 7 to 8 p. m. ‘ OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, 233.' Arapahoe Street, Denver. Phone Champa 618 ; Office Hours 9to 11 a. m., 3to 5, and ' 7 to 9 p. D' DR. S. A. HUFF Physician and Surgeon 517 26th St. Denver, Colo. OFFICE HOURS: 9 to 11 a. m. 3 to 5 p. m. 7 to 8 p. m. Sundays by appolntmenL and 10 to 11 a. m. DR. W. A. JONES 911 TWENTY-FIRST STREET. Office Phone Main 6554. Residence 2205 Marion Street Residence Phone York 7399 Office Phone Mafn 5595. DR. P. K. SPRATLIN Hours: 9 to 11 a. m., 1 to 4 p. m., ! 7 to 8 p. m. ..Rooms —31-2 Good Block. Residence. 2230 Clarkson StreeL Telephone York 123. i Phone Main 7947 WM. VOIGTS Watchmaker and Jeweler WATCHES. CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE, ETC. Fine Repairing of All Kinds. 611 27th Street. At 5 Points. CHAMPION SHOE REPAIRING Ladies Sewed Soles 4Uc Gents Sewed Soles 50c * P,o P SER 2056 LARIMER STREET MONEY TO LOAN-CHATTELS ONE MONTH’S INTEREST FREE We loan lots of money to anybody, like $lO, $l5, $2O, $25, $3O, $4O, $5O, $65, $75, $9O, $lOO or more, on your furniture, pianos, sewing m»- chines, ranges, teams, cattle, dairies, farm implements, store fixturss, income lands, lots, or anything else of value, all left in your possession; very secret, private and quick; in one hour all done; plenty clerks and auto go any place. A. J. ARFSTEN Phone Main 1083 , 0 ° F m c to h S u p r m. 2945 Larimer St. ■ Hlm H. CO WEEK. Hair Dressing PARLORS. Bhampoolng, cutting and curling. Ail hair work made to order. Hair tonics, scalp treatments, manicuring; stage wigs for rent for theatrical use or mask balls. Cheapest switches. 6r I cents. Good* delivered out of the city * Phone Champa 1981 1219 21st street. Denver. Colo. J A We are now pleased to announce n - to the public that we are located at w our new home, 2108 Carimer street, r J in quarters more commodious and J convenient. We have an especially fine line of hair goods and toilet ac- ? 4 cessories. nair dressing according J to the latest modes. A call is all we a 1 ask, as we are sure we can please £ 1 you. ? J HALLOWELL AND JOHNSON ) - Mrs. Viola Johnson, Prop. . J. R. Hallowell, Manager. Phone Main 5341 1837 Lawrence P J. T. FRARY PAINTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES Paperhanging, Graining, Glazing and Hardwood Finishing Kalsomining, Brush or Spray Work. * All Work Promptly Done. Prices Reasonable DENVER, COLO] J C. HAMPSON. Prss. G. Iff. HAHPSON, Vict-Prts. L T. McELVAIN, Trsas THE ATLAS DRUG COMPANY GOES THE DRUG AND SODA BUSINESS OF EAST DENVER W II Y ? i Because Our Extensive Stock Enables Us To Wrap Up What You Call For We Invite Your Suggestion for the Betterment of Our Drug Store PHONES MAIN 875-595 2701 WELTON ST. MONEY IS WAITING FOR YOU. $lO Loans and upward secured for Salaried Employes. Owners of Furniture and Others. 1 10 loan, return 35c weekly. SIS loan, return 50c weekly. $2O loan, return 70c weekly. $25 loan, return 85c weekly. $35 loan, return 96c weekly. $5O 10-n. return $1.45 weekly. Those paying principal and Interest. Larger amounts in proportion. | No other charge. THE MILLER LOAN CO. 404 Quincy Building. 1010 17th St. Phone Champa 177. MUSIC Furnished for All Occasions BY ! LEE’S FULL COLORED ORCHESTRA Address ROBERT H. LEE Teacher of Violin. 3151 High St. PHONE YORK 7718 FOR RENT We have a number of houses o rent at all times. We get new on » every day. Call and see us If y i want to rent. FOR SALE We also have a uumoer of whiles and cottages for sale, some oa , cry easy te ms. See us if you w\,i to buy. 5 POINTS REALTY CO, Phone Main 5831 X 603 Welton St Notary Public. Fire Insurance Money to Loan. NEW POOL HALL AT FIVE POINTS New Tables. Pleasant Surroundings. CIGARS AND TOBACCO. ED. PAGE, Prop. 2710 Welton St..