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Mrs. Lillie B. Moore
Wishes to Announce that She is Sole Agent for
«JTHE High Brown, Lincoln Brunette, Pink and White Face I
Powders. Also Ro-Zol and High Brown Face Bleach, Medi- ■
cated Cucumber and High Brown Soaps. These articles are
manufactured by a well-known Eastern Negro firm.
These articles are manufactured from the best ma
terial by experienced people and are free from irri
tating and objectionable properties usually found in
such articles. i
Phone Main 7635 mornings before 10 o’clock, or drop card 2925 Glenarm
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New Dancing Academy
A.T
Eureka Hall—Thurs. and Sat. Evenings
Instructions in Dancing will be every Thurs
day Evening from 8 to 10
Social Dancing from 10 to 12:30 P. Ffl.
Admission, Ladies 15c. - Gentlemen 25c;
EMMET WEBSTER’S ORCHESTRA
PROF- R. L. PHYNIX, Manager
Moving Pictures every evening
O. W. GLENN & BROTHER
First Class Groceries
and Produce
2737 Welton St. Denver, Colo.
I

SOCIAL CLUB
of Gentlemen.
*
phone Main 203 s Geo. Morrison’s
Paris city cleaning New Orchestra
WORKS [COLORED]
P. J. Porter, proprietor. I Up-to-date Music and Har-j
60, W. ELEVENTH AVE.I mony furnished for aM
occasions.
Dry Cleaning Scouring, Press- GEO. MORRISON, Director and Mgr.
mg, Repairing and Steam ... „. .
, .. , , . Phone Hickory 1418
Cleaning Ladies and Uientle
men's clothing. We compete 4242 Tejon St. Denver
in quality of work and prices ■ '
with any in the city. notices to be paid for.
Work called for and delivered. owing to the ~; sed co6t of pub .
11 11 1— 11 lication, it becomes necessary to
c 4. makc a nominal charge of 50c, pay-
RICE & RICE, manufact- able in advancej for all Cards of
urers of Ice Cream and Ices, Thanks, notices of condolence and
and Bakers of Home Made Resolutions. The price of room rent,
Bread, Pics and Cakes. Real ads and other liners that are run on
__ . . ... . . . . a monthly rate of 50c must be paid
Mexican Chili and other del- in ac j vance as we are unable to carry
icacies at their parlors, 2632 them at so small a rate and pay a
Welton St. Your orders soli- collector’s commission. No Items of
cited. Phone Champa 243. this nature accepted without a ca,h
payment.
East India Herb Hair Oil
Mr. Jay S. Ramiah announces to the public that he
has received a shipment from India of
Pure Herb Medical Hair Oil
made by a Native Dr. of India. This oil is used extensive
ly in large Eastern Cities, and guaranteed under the
Pure Food Law. It is the product of 35 years study by
Dr. A. H. Satuwa, and has both growing and strengthen
ing powers. It is an absolute cure for Dandruff, and
GUARANTEED TO MAKE THE HAIR GROW
Can be used from thd age of 1 year to 70.
Mr. Ramiah will Open Hair Dressing Parlors at 2160
Glenarm Place, or will call at your home and give treat
ments. AU mail orders promptly attended to.
CITY
NEWS
A GRAND SUCCESS — MAY REPEAT
CONCERT.
A large and appreciative audience
was present Thanksgiving night of
last week at the People's Presbyterian
church to witness the Recital Extra
ordinary by more than twenty voices.
No entertainment of the mid-summer
or early fall seasons has been more
successfully conducted or reBdered.
The choir of that church, assisted by
members of the choirs of Zion Ilap
tist and Shorter churches, covered
themselves with glory on that night
in the rendition of those splendid
Chorus numbers. In addition to hose
other musical and literary numbers
were stars in their respective lines.
These recitals are annual events at
this church and are looked forward
to by the music-lovers of Denver
The "Widow's Son," by Mm- 0.
Marshbank Campbell, was well re
ceived, as w-as also the humorous
reading by Mine. Lizzie Froman
Mr. Morgan Jackson, whose ability
as a violinist Is well known, delighted
the audience -with a - solo and was
compelled to respond to a heart'- en
core.
Mme. Lillian Hawkins-Jones sus
tained her reputation as a contralto
soloist in charming numbers and the
prolonged applause showed the appre
ciation of the audience of her talent.
Others who deserve much'credit
were the soloist of the chorus, Mes
dantes Pearl Rose and Lillian I’inn.
Rev. J. A. Thos.Hazell as musical di
rector and Mme. Laura Westbrook as
accompanist are due much prait-- for
the success of the entertainment The
People's Presbyterian church set a
new standard for Denver musicians.
Mrs. E. D. Gehm gave a!
surprise party Thursday after-j
noon of last week, in honor of
Master Gonzal Gehm, at the
residence of Mrs. Arnold :_}i8
Arapahoe street.
"FUN! FUN! I"
Mask Hallowe’en party at Farn hall,
2711 Welton, Thursday, Octi 30. by
Columbine Court. Good muMc. Ad
mission 35c. —5-5-6.
Mrs. J. Wesley Jones of Salt
Lake City arrived last Thurs
day to remain indefinitely.
Mrs. Jones is a sister of Mrs.
C. F. Horn.
vpir,
Nicely furnished room in modern
house, suitable for two gentlemen or
man and wife. Apply -12*; :ith St.
Mrs. Sanford Caldwell.
CARD OF THANKS.
Gertrude Dixon died at her home,
3315 West Thirty-second avenue, Sat
urday evening. We wish to thank the
many friends for their kindness dur
ing her illnes Her mother,
Mrs. Generals, and aunts, Mrs J. E.
Anderson and Mrs. H. Johnson, and
cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Robinson.
Mr. Clarence Davis of this city left
Tuesday afternoon for Los Angeles
and from there to Vinlta, Ok la., for
his health. His parents live at the
I latter place.
Mr. Harry Scott, Sterling Wilson,
i Ralph Wilson and Claude Dav of this
! city were visiting their friends in Col
orado Springs last Sunday.
FOR SALE —Cottage, five rooms,
' modern; $50 down; $15 per month for
94 months; no interest. Dr. Craine,
1132 15th. 5-4t

XX Art Club will give a soiree at
Fern hall, Friday, Oct. 24, 1912 WEB
STER’S ORCHESTRA. Admission 25
i cents.
ANNOUNCEMENT.
Sunday, Sept. 28th, is the regular
i monthly meeting of the People's Sun-
I day Alliance. It is customary at this
| meeting to endeavor to have an ex
i tended and Interesting program but
' on account of the pressing import
ance of our civil rights fight the gen
! eral program will be crisp and com
• paratively brief, in order to give more
I time for discussion of ways' and
means, and to hear the report of our
solicitors and gather further funds.
The numbers on the program will be
few but good.
Program.
1. Current Literature and Comment.
2. Piano selection, Mrs. Gertie Nich
ols Ross.
'5. Paper (by request), "The Need
and Possibility of Organization
Among Us, Mrs. Thos. It. Webb.
4. Vocal selection, Mrs. Lillie B.
Moore.
Followed by a general discussion,
reports of solicitors and the closing
business.
It ip the obligation of every thought*
ful Negro who can possibly arrange
it to be present at this meeting.
Your present well-being and future
manhood possibilities are in the bal
ance. Will you add your weight to
turn the scales on the side of Jus
tice?
2630 Welton street, 4:00 p. m. Bo
on time If you want full time for thO
discussion.
It is the intention of this paper to
publish all your news most willingly,
but the practice of publishing names
in articles we must discourage, as
names are not necessary, or as guests
of honor or winners of prizes. Then,
too. names are so apt to be wrong, and
in order to treat all alike we make
this rule. Some wish to pay; we do
not wish to publish even under those
conditions. There are many other
reasons and we hope the public will
clearly understand.
For Sale —Hot bed sash
new,-$2.80 each. Inquire at
this office. 4-2t
Desk room for rent at Colorado Com
inercial Allience, 1025 21st.
Adv. 9*13-’13.
DO YOU FEAR CONSUMPTION?
No matter how chronic your cough
or how severe your throat or lung
ailment is, Dr. King’s New Discovery
will surely help you: it may save
your life. Stillman Green, of Mali
chite. Col., writes: “Two doctors
said I had consumption and could not
live two years. I used Dr. King’s Ney
Discovery and am alive and well.”
Your money refunded if it fails to
benefit you. The best home remedy
for coughs, colds, throat and lung
troubles. Price 5oc nad $1.00. Guar
an teed by
FOR RENT—Two rooms for gentle
men In modern house; good car serv
ice. Phone Blue 2602. Adv. 8-2-13
Porn —To Mr. and Mrs. Fleomeing
Yon Dickersohn, a bouncing baby boy.
The mother and youngster are both
doing well.
NOTICE.
■ —- *
The Diamond Necklace contest giv
en by the Men's Progressive club will
close Tuesday evening. Sept. 30th, ,at
8:30 p. m. at the Central Baptist
church. Eachc contestant must re
port all cash collected and books on
above named date. The grand con
cert will take place just previous to
the closing and awarding the prize,
for which 15c admission will be
charged.
W B. FRANKLIN. Pres..
CHARLES ROSE .Sec
4-2t
The Colonial theater has taken
down its sign. “We cater to white
people only.” We trust that the sign
'will stay down.
FOR RENT—2.°.43 Ogden street.
Five rooms with bath, electric lights.
gas and furnace. Apply 2417 Ogden
street. Phone Blue 609. Adv. 8-2-13
Phone Main 6336 for Herron ex
press. He wilt make the price right.'
Freight bills and trunk checks cared
for free. Adv. 8-2-13
Will furnish first-class table board
to two gentlemen, at 2926 Glenann
Place. Call Main 2075 for Informa
tion.—9-l"-13.
Messrs. Karl George and Guy Nel
son. students of Denver schools, will
act as collectors for The Star In the
places of Messrs. Wm. Dean and Clar
ence Holmes.
Rev. A. M. Ward. P. R.. and Rev.
H. Franklin Bray, D. D., left Wednes
day night for Omaha. Neb., to attend
the Kansas Conference. In session
there. Bishop Parks presiding.
DON’T LET BABY SUFFER WITH
ECZEMA AND SKIN ERUP
TIONS.
Babies need a perfect skin-covering.
Skin eruptions cause them not only
Intense suffering, but hinder their
growth. DR. HOBSON'S ECZEMA
OINTMENT cun be relied cn for re
lief and permanent cure of suffering
babies whose skin eruptions have
made their life miserable. "Our baby
was afflicted w ith breaking out of the
akin all over the face and scalp. Doc
tors and nkitt specialists failed to
help. We tried Dr. Hobson’s Eczema
Ointment and were overjoyed to *«•
baby completely cured before one box
was used." writes Mrs. Strubler, Du
buque, Iowa. All druggists, or by
mail, 50c. .
PFEIFFER CHEMICAL COMPANY,
' St. Louis, Mo. Philadelphia, Pa.
Fine location and excellent accom
modation can be had with Mrs. J. W-
Braxton, 915 E. Huerfano, Colorado
Springe, Colo. Everything modern and
convenient
WELL-KNOWN YOUNG MAN OF
INDIA.
Mr. Jay 8. Ramlah has recently ar
rived here from his long trip through
Eastern and Western cities of the
United States. He Is connected with
the firm of Kua & Ramlah of Geylon,
India. He will open his business
place at 2160 Glenarm street, In this
city, with his wonderful hair-grower.
He has made a great BuccesB with
his hair oil in Eastern cities. He Is
' one of the well-known men among hts
- people and also In the states at the
United States. He is also connected
i with the Importer of East Indian play
i era or attractions from Indian. See
ad. elsewhere In this paper. —Adv. Btf
• PHONE MAIN 6123
day or
THE DOUGLASsfIBHf
UNDERTAKING
COMPANY Ml MaRRT. tanl * l *
FRANK ROGERS NUH SOVRC
Am. Funeral Director TO ALL
r ~
Ambblunc* and Parlors 1830 Arapahoe St.
Furnlfhed for All Oceatlona
The White Swan Drug Company.
Successors to
The Hamilton Drug Company
New Baxter Hotel 27th and Welton St.
The Brightest Spot at Five Points I
Everything the Best and Just a Little Cheaper I
The Fastest Delivery Service in the City
Any Time Main 2305— Get It? Any*here
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The Colored American Loan & Realty Co.
I CAME TO INSURE Your Property.
and Year Household
Aftwftr* Cere Fer Yeur Property.
Rent Yen a House,
Place Yow Moaey When Yon eea
dJisrfl Bnet 4 pet cent—-Afl in Buka Pay
MTHaTLV MMMIM. ReStS aTS O. IC-
Phona Main 5554. No. 913 Twenty-first Street.
A. A. WALLER. Noun Public end Mtupi
" THE
MACEO CAFE'
Finest Ice Cream. Short Order Meals, Soda Fountain
Drinks, Cigars.
This is the place for Ladies and Gentleme/r g
HAWLEY G. HILLMAN. Prop
2721 Welton St. Denver, Colo.
|
LADIES!
€| BE PREPARED to attend the
many receptions this summer. Get
your cards while we are making the
Special Rate of 50 Cards for 35 cW?
100 for 65 cts.
4Hr». 3lusrpk Ilnurr
i
•oo MAIN BT. DCNVCR. COLO.
SAMPLE “ 1
LINEN STtH;K, LATEST TYPE
QUICK SERVICE OPEN DAY AND NIGH
Phone Champa 2310
The Montreal Lunch Room
E. WILLIAMS, Prop.
5 f 10, 15, 20 and 25 Cant Meals
1916 Arapahoe St. Denver, Colo.
Oklahoma Cafe
Meals and Short Orders at all Times
Luncheons or Special Dinners ,
Will Be Served With Care
1 ,
MRS. M.J. FRANKLIN, Prs». 2731 Welton St!* }

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