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Vegetable Salve and Temple Ointment I have made a special study for three years of all kinds of Scalp Diseases. I fijst practised it in my own home as I was told to do, and I n“w find it a wonderful preparation. I cure all kinds of Scalp Diseases, matter what they are. I grow hair on Bald Heads and Bald Temples. I stop hair from Falling Out instantly and from all kinds of Fevers. I also cure Dandruff, Eczema, Tetter, Pinhead Eczema, Sore and Itching Scalps and many other Diseases of the Scalp. 1 Grow Hair no matter what kind of ailment you may have. I can prove wnat 1 have done in four months' time for my sis ter, Lillie Page. This is her testimonial: LADIES:—It is no more than fair and right to all con cerned that I tell of this wonderful cure. 1 have been a suf ferer from childhood of Pinhead Eczema. I have been to some of the best scalp specialists, and also some of the best physicians in Denver trying to get something to cure my scalp, and stop my hair from breaiting off, but they all failed to do me any good. Mrs. Simpson had then completed her study of the scalp. I then began to take special scalp treat ments from Mrs. Simpson, using her Vegetable Salve and Temple Ointment. Now my hair has stopped breaking off and my scalp is cured, and my hair is growing beautifully. AFTER FOUR MONTHS' USE First Treatment $l.OO. Subsequent treatments 50c when they are given ever two weeks for three months. 50c treatments given only at my residence by appointment. No 50c treatment over three months will be given. Chil dren 50c. There will be many other testimonials after these three months. Children Continued 50c; Men 50c Temple Oil 25 and 50c Vegetable Salve 50c per box MY TIME IS LIMITED IN DENVER MRS. OLIVE SIMPSON Phone Olive 359 17 E. 10th Ave., Denver, Colo. Business Phone Residence Phone Main 875-895 York 2079 HARDWICK AUTO SERVICE OLIVER HARDWICK, Mar. SERVICE. BY TRIP OR HOUR STAND AT ATLAS DRUG STORE, 2701 WELTON ST. first Treatment $1.50 Oil 60 Cents Other Treatments, eaoh, Jl.OO Discount to Customer Rates by the Month Treated, 10 Cents Add 3 Cents fcr Postage MADAM M. A. HOLLY Manufacturer of MADAM HOLLY'S WONDERFUL HAIR GROWER Phone YorK 2229 2018 Downing St. Everybody Goes to the CHAMPA PHARMACY 2otH and Champa Sts. For the Best Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Etc. COLD DRINKS SERVED Prescriptions Our Specialty Phone Main 2425 JAS. E. THRALL, Prop. POOPS PELIVIWEP TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY The Best Place in the City to Get a Home-Cooked Meal is at the Holmes Cafe MRS. L. P. HOLMES, Proprietress Phones, Olive 1117, 2121 ARAPHOE STREET GET OUR PRICES ON JOB PRINTING CITY NEWS announcement. The following program is arranged for June 29th at the meeting of the People’s Sunday Alliance: 1. Piano Selection, Sarah Russell. 2. Current Literature and Com ment. 3. Vocal Solo, Mrs. Carry Jones. 4. Select Reading, Mrs. I. C. Mc- Kenzie. 5. Bass Solo, Mr. A. William 6. Announcements. 7. Piano Selection, Cleo Hobson 8. Paper, Mrs. Webb. 9. Mixed Quartette —Miss Th<*lma Tucker, Mrs. Irene Fife, Mr. Frank McVey, Mr. Wm. Martin. A cordial invitation is extended to the public. The time of meeting is 4 p. m. The place, 2630 Welton street. Adv. 6-21-13. Next Friday being a holiday, July 4, this paper will go to press on Thurs day. All news must be in Wednesday. MASONS’ ANNUAL SERMON. In commemoration of St. John the Baptists Day Rocky Mountain Lodge No. 1 and Centennial Lodge No. 4. F. & A. M. held their annual sermon at the Church of the Holy Redeemer. The lodges were accompanied to and from the church by Hiram Command ery No. 20. The ladies of the various courts and chapters were very much in evidence, turning out in beautiful white dresses. A very able sermon was delivered by Father Brown, vicar of the church, in which he touched on many things that could only be appre ciated by Masons. The turnout was one of the largest In many y.ars. James Cooper was marshal of the day. The Holmes Cafe, 2121 Arapahoe street, is just the place for a good , home cooked meal. Call up Olive 1117 any time for a specially prepared meql served in public or private. Prices reasonable and service unexcelled. Sunday Dinner a Specialty. MRS. L. P. HOLMES, Proprietor. | The Moonlight Picnic giveii by Rathley & Carrie to Golden Monday ( evening will long be remembered as a very pleasant social affair. There were three comfortably seated cars be sides various auto parties who express themselves very well repaid with the evening's gaiety. GOOD NEWS ! The Mason’s next big PICNIC at Bloomfild Park, Wednesday, July I6th, 1913* ADMISSION 25c. JACK JOHNSON IN TOWN. One of the race’s foremost athletes is in the city, acting as trainer for Carl Morris, the “white hope,” Johnson is a young man, a native of Kansas and a fighter of some note. He will be known to many as the manager of the Topeka and Kansas City baseball teams. Johnson is an excellem speci men of manhood, a gentleman and a person that makes friends with all. He is stopping at the Hotel Hildreth, where he will be pleased to see all his ; friends. ! HOTEL HILDRETH. Nice, clean, airy rooms, strictly i modern house, close In; rooms from 1 Va.so up. 2152 Arapahoe. Phone Main 7007. Mrs. Lillian Horn Prop. | The Crescent Airdome at Five Points is proving a great att action to amusement lovers these hot even ings, judging by the crowds that throng this popular resort rightly. Good pictures and good m . c are every night features, while ingers and vaudeville several tine each week and additional feature pictures have given the Crescent the ell-de served reputation of giving the.;best nickel show in Denver. Try thi open j air show and be convinced. BEST LAXATIVE FOR THE AGED. i Old men and women feel tip* need of a laxative more than young folks, but it must be safe and harml<*«g and one which will not cause pain. Dr. King’s New Life Pills are especially good for the aged, for they act promptly and easily. Price 25c. THOSE WHO HAVE COME TO THE CITY THE LAST WEEK Ernest Graves, Lincoln. Mr. Stewart, Ft. Collins. Miss Marguerite Jackson, Kansas City. Mrs. Wade, Topeka. Mrs. S. I. Morris, Salt Lake. Robt. Artherton. A. B. Pitts, Kansas City. Mrs. Buford and daughter, Mrs. Wade, Topeka. The Young Bachelors have a Sun day Summer Special Sunday after noon at the Starn’s Cafe. FOR RENT —5-room house with bath, 1005 East 26th avenue, $lB. Bb cn M. Hills, 201 California Bldg. THE BEABON’B TREAT. Thursday evening Mesdames James Abernathy, Thos. R. Webb and J. Dempsey were sponsors for one of the most beautiful parties given. The guests forgot the heat and gave them selves up to pleasure. Hall decora tions were exquisite, being done in pink and green. The ladies in beauti ful evening gowns and the gentlemen in their swallows presented a pleasing picture. Webster was at his best, causing the most sedate to rag just a wee bit. The ladies are to be con gratulated, their effort was crowned with success. The X. X. C. A. Club will give a soiree at the residence of Mrs. Boden heimer, 2944 California, Friday even ing, July 11. Adv. 6-28 For Rent —7-room house, strictly modern, on car line. Inquire 2631 Humboldt St. Adv. 6-28. Spend a penny on your friend. When they come to visit, or when they leave, when they are sick, or when they have done something worthy of note, put it on a postal card and mail it to us. A WORTHY CAUSE. Mr. Theodore Von Dickersohn, a re pent graduate of Manual Training High School, contemplates going to Harvard College. Cambridge, Mass., this fall. A band of 20 club women and sympathizers have pledged to him that they w’ould assist him In going by a big testimonial on July 31st, Thursday night. Mr. Von Dickedsohn has re ceived the recommendations of his teachers, who have encouraged him to complete his knowledge in art and drawing as they ardently declare him a genius. The Star will say more about this later when more definite particulars and arrangements have been made and become known. ULCERS ANp SKIN TROUBLES. If you are suffering with any old. running or fever sores, ulcers, boils, eczema or other skin troubles, get a box of Bucklem's Arnica Salve and you will get relief promptly. Mrs. Bruce Jones, of Birmingham, Ala., suffered from an ugly ulcer for nine months and Bucklen’s Arnica Salve cured her in two weeks. Will help you. Only 25c. Recommended by Mr. and Mrs. Geo. K. Williams left for Kansas City, Mo., after spending their honeymoon with Mr. Williams’ parents. Prof. Lindsy, colored Trance Medium and Spiritualist, tells the present, past and future. Locates anything lost. 50c and SI.OO. 2444Glenarm St. City election of the most popular young lady in the city of Denver. The following named ladles have en tered the contest: Miss Ophelia Tucker, Miss Fanchon Thrashley, Miss Bessie Wade, Miss Hazel Scott. Awards to be given at the Betble hem-Baptist Church the last night during the feast In the wilderness; date to be announced in next Issue. Take the stump for your choice of these five young ladies. If you Want employment list your name with Mrs. C. E. Jones, who is conducting an Employment Bureau for experienced cooks, maids and yard men. No charges unless employment is secured. Phone Msin 7810. 3763 Franklin St. —Adv. 6-14-13. Dr. William J. Thompkins, erstwhile of Boulder U. and a graduate of Har vard, is here with his wife visiting and spending his honeymoon in Colorado. Dr. Thompkins is well known and well liked and Denver is proud of his great success as a surgeon in Kansas City. Mo. Ho is associated with Dr. Perry in that city and is one of the staff physicians of the city hospital. It was in that position that he won his fame. We congratulate the doctor on his suc cess, his marriage, and heartily wish him a long, peaceful and happy ride In the nifty matrimonial bark through out life. May all their sunshine be shadow less. Mrs. Eliza Goens left for Detroit to spend the summer. Get ready for the hard time and tacky social given by Club No. 10 o# Bethlehem Baptist church, Thursday, June 26th. A prize for the gentle man dressed the tackiest and one for the lady dressed in the most ancient style. No prize for the ragged.—Adv. Harrison Miller \ Tuchar in Voice, History and Harmony Voice a Specialty Also Beginner* in Instrumental STUDIO, 2439 Ofdea mem toss mis «w PHONE MA1N 6123 day or UNDERTAKING .nilS, COMPANY M SA=U licduet inuiiiu ASSISTANI FRANK ROGERS *“"“ A- Fumnl Du«Sof Tt Ml F>rlor * 1830 a™!** lo * St The White Swan Drug Company Successors to The Hamilton Drug Company New Baxter Hotel 27th and Welton St. The Brightest Spot at Five Points Everything the Best and Just a Little Cheaper The Fastest Delivery Service in the City Any Time Main 2305—Get It? Anya here g— . . 'i 1 a The Colored American Loan & Realty Co. I CAME TO INSURE Your Property, Your Life and Yoar Household . . Care For Your Property, Rent Yon a House, Irff Pni Plaeo Your Money Where Yon con JrT Boot 4 per cent—All the Basks Pey htiintl. M 0.,,.... Rates are O. IC. Phono Mala 5854. No. 013 Twenty-first Street. A. A. WALLER. Notary Public and Manager. Rm. Phon. York 1472 Office Phone “A Smile is Worth While” AT Rice & Rice’s The best Ice Cream sold in any quantity. Special reduction made in large quantities to lodges, par ties, churches, picnics, entertainments, etc. Prompt delivery. Home cooking and delicatessen also. ICE CREAM 51-25 PER GAL 2632-4 Welton Street LADIES! €J BE PREPARED to attend the many receptions this' summer. Get your cards while we are making the Special Rate of 50 Cards for 35 cts; 100 for 65 cts. ' 3joBrplt Timur i ■OO MAIN ST DINVIR, COLO. SAMPLE LINEN STOCK, LATEST TYPE QUICK SERVICE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Phone Champa 2310 v The Montreal Lunch Room E. WILLIAMS, Prop. 5, 10 and 15 Cant Maals 1916 Arapahoe St. Denver, Colo Mr*. Samuel Ames of 2002 Gilpin St. made glad the hearts of the following ladles In,a most delightful luncheon last Tuesday evening at six o’clock. Those present from out of city: Mrs. Hall of Colorado Springs, Mrs. Harry Marshall, M>e. D. C. Lee, Llszle Adi son, Sarah Bird and M. Marshbanks of Pueblo. City guests were Mrs. C. D. Campbell, Mrs. A. A. Waller, Miss L. Hantmon. Feast of the Wllderneia given bjr all the clubs ot the Bethlehem Bap tist church, beginning on Monday night, June 30th, lasting four nights. On the last night, July 3rd, the prise * will be awarded to the most popular lady that Is now running In the city election, Miss Fanchon Tlirnsliloy, Ophelia Tucker. Bessie Wade and Hazel Bcott. —Adr.