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The Denver star. [volume] (Denver, Colo.) 1913-1963, November 22, 1913, Image 8

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TAIYLAH
HERB OIL FROM EAST INDIA
Cures Dandruff. Strengthens and Prevents the Hair from
Falling Out.
Guaranteed to make the Hair Grow. Absolutely harm
less. 35 years experience. Can be used from age of i
to 70 Passed by Pure Food Law.
JAY S. RAMIAH, Demonstrator
Hair Dressing Parlors, - 2439 Ogden Street
Phone York 6514
Let me convince you by a trial
Mrs. Lillie B. Moore
Wishes to Announce that She is Sole Agent for
CfTHF High Brown, Lincoln Brunette, Pink and White Face
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.
Phone Main 7635 mornings before 10 o’clock, or drop card 2925 Glenarm
Look Who’s Here
t Max M. Silverman
KEYSTONE
SO^LAL^ILUB
Dane iPhone Main 82.58
raris uixy old Library Bldg
Cleaning Works D r ,
. bargain r lower
Dry Cleaning Scouring, Press-1
ing, Repairing and Steam | Store
Cleaning Ladies' and Gentle- 1
men’s Clothing at reasonable | Cut Flowe rs. Roses & Plants
prices. ! Funeral Designs
Work called for and deli vered
W. D. BLACK, Mgr. 23S 15th STREET
Pearl J. Porter, proprietor. ___________________
601 W. ELEVENTH AVE. .. . ,
. C»eo. Morrison s
Phone Main 2033
New Orchestra
Rice & Rice IcoLORED! -
TEACHER OF VIOLIN
Makers of Ice Cream and Ices, Up . to -date Music and Har
and Bakers of Home Made mony furnished for all
Bread, Pies and Cakes Real occasions.
Mexican Chili and other del- „
, . GEO. MORRISON, Director and Mgr.
•.cacies at their parlors, 2632
Welton St. Your orders soli- * hone Plickory 1418
cited. Phone Champa 243. 4242 Tejon St. Denver
DON’T PAY MORE w ' c “"' |
WE’LL DO IT AND DO IT RIGHT
WE FRENCH DRY OR STEAM CLEAN
for
LADIES’ MEN’S
White or plain Suits I ■■■ ■ Suits and Overcoats
Long Coats Up X Ail other
Fancy or plain Dresses * Work as Reasonable
We Clean Feathers, Gloves, Portieres, Hats, etc.
The Southern Tailor* and Cleaners
PHONE MAIN 2091 2144 STOUT STREET
CITY
NEWS
THE BIG 3-DAY FAIR AT SCOTT’S.
No rummage sale, no downtown bar
gains will ever present the extraordi
nary articles at such a low and rea
sonable figure as will be presented at
Scott’s M. E. church, Nov. 25, 26 ana
27. That hot, sizzling, Southern
cooked, juicy turkey with cranberries
an dsmiling sweet potato-yams for
25c will be the crowning feature
Thanksgiving day all day. Come and
have a big feed for your 25c. Rocky
Mountain Oysters will be served in
any style.
Mrs. Jas. Washington, wife of Rev.
Washington, has been on the sick list
the past week.
Mrs. Dora Loveless, 1618 East
Thirty-fifth avenue, who underwent
an operation recently is able to be
out.
Willing Workers' Club of Zion Bap
tist church will give a mock wedding
Thursday evening. Dec. 11th, at the
residence of Mrs. Nannie Johnson.
2431 Ogden street. Chitterings, ice
cream and cake. Admission 10c.
FOR RENT —One room in a mod
ern house near two car lines. Gentle
men preferred. 2447 Tremont Place.
Champa 1556. Mrs. Perkins.
Mrs. Lizzie Hoy of Larimer street
! is ill at her home.
Mrs. A. E. Reynolds is able to be
out after a recent indisposition.
Among the sick of the city are Mr
Ben Hazard, at St. Joseph’s hospi al.
Mr. Thompkins, of Glenarm Place;
Miss Ruth Montgomery, of Franklin
street; Miss Marguerite Willis, <•:'
' Barnum; Mrs. Victor Walker of Clark
i son street.
Mrs. .1. N. Ganet of Durango. Colo..
I returned to her home last week art. r
a visit with her sister, Mrs. Mack
j Wright, en route from Kansas City.
' where both Mrs. Ganett and Mrs.
Wright attended the funeral of a rela
! tive.
i There are people in our community
1 who are more ambitious than others.
| who are anxious and determined to
get rid of their cough. Let us help
you by our Syrup of White Pine and
Tar. Sold at Elite Drug Co. 25c >er
j bottle.
Mrs. Esther Morris went to Bo lder
1 to exhibit and sell her latest millin
i ery. She reported that every person
of color in Boulder patronized her.
Mr. Bert Patrick has returned from
Weeping Water, Neb. His friends are
glad to welcome him home.
FOR RENT —Two nicely furnished
1 rooms at 1019 21st St. Mrs. Ilaines.
! Phone Main 4134.
The Self-Improvement and Social
| Club is much elated over the su< cess
of its harvest entertainment whi«-h is
the greatest in its history. The mem
i hers desire to thank the generous
, public for their attendance and ( very
one who contributed in any way to
! ward making the affair the su> cess
which it was. The club is laboring
hard to increase their building fund
and ever ydollar which is rai.-«d is
placed on deposit for this purpose.
The club will meet Monday with Mrs.
Georgia Contee in literary session.
The reputation of the Rocky Moun
tain Athletic Association is staked on
the good order, good music and gen
eral good time at the fourth annual
dance given at Eureka hall Thanks
giving eve.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Tho. Prit
chett, 140 South Cherokee, an . ight
pound boy, Nov. 17th, at 8 p. in.
Mrs. Rebecca Martin of Englewood
i is at "home after a most sue ■< ssful
i season spent on her ranch in Orchard,
Colo. Mrs. Martin reports an excel
lent return from the crops, mong
the most abundant being beans, can
taloupes and watermelons. Mrs. Mar
tin had three acres under cultivation.
Mrs. Martin 1s very enthusiastic over
the results and plans to increase the
| profits next year.
Phone South 1701 for Huron ex
press. He will make the price right.
Freight bills and trunk checks called
for free.
Try Mrs. Jessie Carter's Wonderful
Hair Grower. “It’.s a wizard.” Scien
tific scalp treatments. Residence,
. 2759 Glenarm PI. Phone Champa 865.
The ladies of Capitolia Temple No.
■ 3, S. M. T., agreeably surprised Mrs.
i Bessie Hall of 265 Acoma street Tues
j day evening.
| The Carnation. Art Club will meet
with Mrs. Jessie Johnson, 1400 East
Twenty-fourth avenue, Friday, Nov.
i 2k. The following Friday with Mrs.
| Lampkins, 1414 East Twenty fourth
' avenue. All members are requested
j to be present.
( WANTED —Man and wife to buy
this dandy five-room brick house, mod*
j ern, new plumbing, gas range and coal
range in and connected, newly paint
ed and papered throughout, close In,
good car service, sl,9uu; SIOO down,
| sls monthly. On the corner. Patrick
| Langston Co., York 3544, will show It
I Sunday.
NOTICE.
Owing to the Thanksgiving holiday
next week all news matter must reach
this office Tuesday evening to insure
publication.
The reputation of the Rocky Moun
tain Athletic Association is staked on
the good order, good music and gen
eral good time at the fourth annual
dance given at Eureka hall Thanks
giving eve.
Mrs. C. W. Buford of 1141 Downing
street left Saturday. Nov. 15, for San
Francisco, Cal., and Honolulu. Mrs.
Buford will probably be away six
months.
MRS. DERRIE LEWIS HONORED.
One of the most enjoyable surprise
parties was given on Mrs. Derrie
Lewis at the home of Mrs. Lee
Thomas. 4124 East Seventeenth ave
nue, Saturday evening, Nov. 15.
Mrs. Lewis leaves soon for I*os An
geles, Calif. Those present: Mrs.
Mollie Scott. Mrs. Ed. Tingle. Mrs.
Davis, Mrs. Right. Miss Sidney Lacy.
Miss Marjorie Davis. Mrs. Luella
Hall, Mrs. Geo. Davis. Mrs. W. E.
Spates. Miss Ella Scott. Mrs. Melvina
Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Burton and
Mr. D. Thomas.
Willing Workers’ Club of Zion Bap
tist church will give a mock wedding
Thursday evening. Dec. 11th. at the
residence of Mrs. Nannie Johnson,
2431 Ogden street. Chitterir.gs. ice
cream and cake. Admission 10c.
Mrs. Minnie Sparks of Colorado’
Boulevard left Monday for an extend
ed trip East and South, touching Chi
cago, Charlotte. N. C., the home of
her parents; Atlanta, Ga.. Birming
ham. Ala., and Florida. Thanksgiving
and Christmas holidays will be spent
with her relatives.
NERVOUS AND SICK HEADACHES.
Torpid liver, constipated bowels and
disordered stomach are the causes of
these headaches. Take Dr. King's
New Life Pills, you will be surprised
how quickly you will get relief. They
stimulate the different organs to od
their work properly. No better regu
lator for liver and bowels. Take 25c.
and Invest in a box today. At all
druggists or by mail. H. E. Bucklen
4. Co., Philadelphia and St. Louis.
Grand Musical at Campbell
Chapel, Dec. 16, given by
Mme. C. A. j. Spires, assisted
by some of the best talent in
the city. Admission ascents.
Refreshments will be served
in abundance.
The official Thanksgiving
dance will be given at hern
hall, both afternoon and even
ing. Morrison's five piece or
chestra. Wm. Knight, Mgr.
Mrs. Sanford of 22nd street,
is ill.
MEETINGS OF THE XX CENTURY
ART CLUB.
Mrs. Lewis. Friday, Nov. 2Sth. at
24277 Humboldt.
Mrs. Mcßeth, Friday, Dec. sth, at
2444 Marion.
Mrs. Moore, Friday. Dec. 12th, at
2914 California.
Miss Riee, Friday, Dec. 19th, at
2514 Washington street.
Mrs. Shorter. Friday, Literary Day,
Dec. 2Cth, at 1509 East Thirtieth ave
nue.
Mesdames Ida Holley and Eliza
Dishman, accompanied by Mr. Octavo
Dishman. will leave Saturday evening
for a two weeks’ visit in Missouri.
John Ellison, ex-Denverite, together
with his celebrated quartette, will be
through Denver Saturday.
The Parisienne Dancing
Academy is introducing the
New Hesitation walty and
schottische. EVery bod y’s
doing it now. Dancing class
and Social dance every Mon
day night. Fern Hall. 2711
Welton street. Admission
25. C. D. Campbell, Prop.
Mrs. A. M. Lewis, who is 82 years
of uge, mother-in-law of Mrs. Lillie
Lewis of Humboldt street, Is here
from Glasgow, Mo., visiting her daugh
ter-in-law. Mrs. J. Evans accompa
nies her. Mrs. Lillie Lewis lias Indefi
nitely postponed her trip to California.
Mr. Bryant Coker of Springfield,
Mo., a nephew- of Sylvester Stewart,
surprised him with a short visit from
the East.
Mrs. Edna Carrlss is among the
sick this week.
The muelclal pantomlne will be
given by the Woman’s Guild of the
church of Redeemer at Fern hall,
Dec. 4th.
PHONE MAIN 6123
DAY OR NIGHT
DOUGLASsKgB
UNDERTAKING
J. I. CONTEE POM DA IJV CURTIS M. HARRIS
fltsMsot uR Muifir UUmiHRI Atsl M»ai*r. Fiiwral DMRI
licensee emblmer LADY ASSISTANT
FRANK ROGERS POUTE SERVICE
Aml. Funnfal Director jg |
fIHHfi999SBIIE9H99Hm
Ambblhnoa and Carriage* P&rIOFS 1830 ArfiDfiho6 St
Furnish d for All Oooaalons ‘ •
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? An r» here
SANITARY
CLOTHES CLEANERS
YE PLEASE THE BEST DRESSERS
SPECIAL PRICE LIST
Ladies' and Gent’s Suits Steam or Dry Cleaned, $ .75
Overcoats Cleaned and Pressed. . - .75
Dresses Cleaned and Pressed' - - - .75
Skirts Cleaned and Pressed, • - .50
Suits Sponged and Pressed, - - - .35
Satisfaction Guarantaad to Every Customer
PHON E.M AIN 1 Soo 2622 WELTON STR EET
Call and Iteli veries Made
THE
MACEO CAFE
Finest Ice Cream. Soda Fountain Drinks, Cigars.
Short Order Meals at all hours
This is the place for Ladies and Gentlemen
HAWLEY G. HILLMAN, Prop.
2721 Welton St. Denver, Gfcolo.
Youman’s Fur Co.
422-424 Fifteenth Street
DENVER, COLO.
Only Exclusive Fur Store in Denver
OUR PRICE UNEQUALLED *
Stylish Fur Sets $7.50 and up
Stylish Fur Coats $1 5.00 and up
Call and In-rpect Our Stock Before Purchasing Elsewhere
Courteous Salesladies will Give You livery Attention
REMEMBER THE NUMBER
422-424 FIFTEENTH STREET
NEAR GLENARM STREET
WHO IS WHO ?
KAPLAN BROS. GROCERY CO.
2315 ARAPAHOE ST.
Are Still Fighting the Grocery and Meat Trust
READ OUR. PRICES
WE HANDLE CORN FED MEAT ONLY.
Salt Pork 12'/jC Pure Lard
Sugar Cured Bacon 15c Liver 0 5c
Sirloin Steak Neck Bones OBc
T-Bone Steak 17'/ 2 c Regular 10c Package Macaroni.! 05c
Leg Lamb 15c Regular 10c Package Spaghetti 05c
Leg Mutton 12'/ 2 c Wedding Breakfait Coffee 28 c
Loin Lamb Cops 15c 16 Iba. Fancy Potatoes ! 25c
Shoulder Lamb Chops. . 12'/ 2 c 8 lbs. Fancy Sweet Potatoes. ... 25c
Lamb Stew 06c Live Spring Chickens, pound.. ! !l6!/ 2 c
Oklahoma Cafe
Meals and Short Orders at all Times
Luncheons or Special Dinners
Will Be Served With Care
• ■ - . _______
MRS. M.J. FRANKLIN, Prop. 2731 Welton St,
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