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Houses and Rooms
All “ads” appearing in these columns are at the rate of 5c per line if run
By the issue, or 50c monthly, to be paid In advance, as we have
no collector for this department. No “ads" taken over the phone.
The Best List in the City to Choose From.
Many young men and women would
glaoly pay a tair price for a room like
,oura in a home like yours. Let u«
;eil the people thru tne columns of
i he Star. •
WANTED —T. truest McClain, A.
o. o. v. o. —ouuauys anil night* by
.FPoiuimeut. uwce hours, b a. m. to
*«., I p. in. to op. in. uihce,
oauredsn Didg. Rhone Main 741 b.
lie. . sci d-uu St., phone Main 8327.
hotel holmes.
FURNISHED ROOMS—Modern con
veniences. Niceiy furnished. lork
S77IJ. At 2502-4 Clarkson St. Mrs.
i„ i-. Holmes, Rrup.
HOTEL HILDRETH
Nice, clean, airy rooms, strictly
modern house, close in, rooms trom
j, r )( , ul) dis 2 Arapahoe. 1 hone
Main 7007. Mrs. Lillian Horn, Flop.
roK KENT—Two nicely lurnished
,ooui» at 4bU» Wel ton St. on cal Hue.
ikasLOß re*»ou*iDie.
THE DE LUXE
Furnished apartments of two and
three rooms; hot and cold water, gas
, .lectric liflht*; modern conven
fences. Rates reasonab'eto deshaßH
tenants. Mrs. R. M. Blakey, 2352-23b8
ogoen St. Phone York 6/0/. i-l-lb-tf
FOR RENT—Two nice rooms for
fok aci bath; home
oentiemen, cheap, witn “« >
„ K e Place, between three car lines,
loo* Lafayette St. York 30b/. Mrs.
h. A. Duncan.
rviK RENT— Furmsned r °oms ln
uiouein house; rates reasonaDie, on
«r Hues. 220 S Welton st. Main
osol. Mrs. Clara Mays. 11 ‘ i ' i i 0
OHS. in. J. Jones.
rOR KENT—ruiu.tu.ed rooms in
, uouou , v%ilu a.tcheu pnvn
a on cai" Hue, at reasonaoie rates.
If.urais. sod. curtis street.
•UimU 4ft * •»«
Foil REM— Flout ued room tor
U.au OUU wile or lwo men, ou car
uuc al 2516 Curtis call baioi©
Tm or alter 4p. ui ; Rhone uuve
„A»0.
KENT —Furnlsned rooms In
moueni Uotse. ROOM AND HuARD
ac.su. un ear hue in nearl ot Five
loiuts. Rome cooking. Mrs. J. c.
Steele, 2401 Lmerson .
for KENT Furnished rooms, on
car t.ae, with moueru conveniences,
a.»o rooms tor light housekeeping,
mates * reasohaule, at 285 b WelWn El.
-rs. K. Haywood. Fhone^Champa
‘ for RENT Neatly furnished
rooms at ai9 22nd til. Modern con
veniences. Callie Howara. _
FOR RENT —Furnished rooms and
apartments at 2837 Stout St. Cai.
Mrs. M. A. Cole, Olive 1301.
WAN! ED —A young woman or man
and wife to room, bmall charges to
the right parties. Call Denver Star,
refer to XX. 7-29-lti-tf
FOR RENT —Two nicely furnisued
rooms at 2237 Cleveland place, all
modern, a lovely nice bath and plemy
ot hot water. Phone Olive 1575. Mrs.
ulive Simpson. 4t-4-29-16
Elegantly furnished rooms, every
thing new and modern. Rents reason
aule. 2318 Champa St.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms,
modern, prices reasonable. Call at
2443 Trernont place. Mrs. Z. Hooper.
tf-8-17-10
The 28th Street Cafe at 711 28th
St. has an elaborate croquet grounds
with the service of all kinds of soft
drinks, ice cream and cake. All kinds
ot out-door sports, with the Dest of
conveniences, with first class service,
are the features of her place. Many
young people are the devotees of the
various games.
ECZEMA CURED OR MONEY
REFUNDED.
This guarantee goes with every box
of Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment.
Makes no difference whether it's a
baby, child or aged. No matter how
long standing the case, the guarantee
holds good. Cut out this strip, go to
your druggist, get a box of Dr. Hob
son’s Eczema Ointment, use it as di
rected and if you are not fully satis
fied, the druggist or maker will re- 1
fund your money. Try it Just once,,
you will be happily surprised. j
Phone Main 5657
AUTO LIVERY
I. F. CARRISS
Special Rates on Sight Seeing
and Mountain Trips
Prompt, Courteous Service
PRICES REASONABLE
I respectfully solicit a share
of your patronage
524 COLUMBINE ST.
Residence 2344 Tremont PI.
Olive 157 Q before 8 A. M. ;
GEORGEG. ROSS
Attorney and Counsellor
At Law
1
209 Kittredge Building j
Main 6782 Denver, Colo. 1
Decker Light & Fixture ;
Company
1432 CURTIS ST.
1
JWe Rent and Sell) i
Gas Arc Lights s •
Mantles, Gas Plates andj
Glass Ware j
PHONE CHAMPA 944'
I
I. C. MUM FORD. Prop. 1
L. C. BARNES, Mgr. I
The Dearfield
1
Lunch Room
Strictly Home £
Open 6 a. mt to 12 p. mf !
Phone Champa 1737
u>23-2istSt. Denver, Colo.
Phone Main 8626.
DR. JUSTIN A L. FORD
OFFICE HOURS:
10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 4 p. m., 7 to 8 p. m.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE,
2335 Arapahoe Street. Denver.
#YOUREYESO
• Tell the story of the care
you give them. : Don’t
take chances; those head*
aches, that nervousness,
W and many other com*
ay plaints, all cone from %
eye strain. : A scientific Atm
BB examination and good VIV
glasses will bring relief. V*
ML - Try Vs= A
■BP OCVOTIO OtCU’HVUT TO THE fHUrRATKHI Of THE
ITU. THE muse ado manufactubmc or cuuu U
§ mrm •
The Swigert Brot. Optical Co.
I DCNvcßsjtruAßii opticians Aa
j ISSOaurOMUJT. XU, SUTUKTH ST. yjjj
Western Seller See. P. Ssrgent| J
Now York
Wheel Chain For Sals or Rest
WM. JONES
Maker of all kinds of Ortho,
pedic Appliances, Trusses
Abdominal Support, Elastic
Hosiery, Crutches, etc.
M 3 Dearer. Celt.
Mmo Mob. IT OR*
PROGRESS TOWARD PEACE.
I Baptists’ Peace Promoters to Meet In
Savannah, Ga., Sept. 6.
Earfy in January. 1910. a company of
| zealous and Influential Baptists met in
! Washington at the Mount Carmel Bap
tist church and organized what is
known as the peace movement The
aim of the promoters of the organiza
tion is to re-unite the national Baptist
convention, which split in Chlcagu in
1915.
The officials of the movement have
met with much encouragement In their
effort to convince the leaders of the
divided forces of the convention of the
necessity of having just one national
Baptist convention. Prominent lay
' men have also labored for the same
1 purpose, and it is believed that the
great body of the Baptists of the Unit
i ed States desires but one national or
ganization of the kind.
{ At a recent meeting held the folio w-
I big open letter was sent out. It says:
“For seven -months we have labored
unceasingly to uccomplisn the thing to
which we set our hands and our hearts
last January. One efficient organiza
tion of Baptises is t he aim of the peace
movement. Five definite reasons Svere
given in the memorial for having at
tempted the task of trying to bring
l>euce in our great Baptist family. Men
came long distances at a great sacri
fice to attend the conference. Hun
dreds of others have sent letters in
dorsing tlie movement. Above all. we
have felt that we had the approval of
(he Almighty in our humble effort.
“The results have been most gratify
ing. Men stopped to consider and Ik*
gan to count the cost. From every sec
tion comes the cheering message that
the peace movement certainly lias
proved a check to stop men from going
astray. The uppeal lieli**d to stop the
random firing and hurling of anathe
mas at each other. The workers for
peace are pledged to labor on, for our
arduous work will not be done until
Negro Baptists march under one ban
ner with the inscription, ‘One Lord,
One Faith. One National Baptist Con
vention.’
“The Rev. W. 11. Moses Is now as
sociated with us to do field service in
the interest of peace. The Rev. J. W.
Bailey of Texas is serving in a like ca
pacity. Hundreds of others are work
ing and praying to the end that strife
shall cease and peace and unity
abound.
"Wo have worked first to see if
those concerned in this struggle
haven’t a willing capacity to correct
any evils that exist in our national con
vention.
“Second. —To see if fair and mutual
concessions could not be made and pru
dent forbearance exercised in order to
make the permanent establishment of
two national organizations impossible.
“Third.—Because we cannot see any
reason why identical Interests itf the
work of the national Baptist conven
tion should not coalesce, and
“Fourth.—To urge the use of incense
instead of sulphur in Christian war
fare.
“We shall meet in Savannah. Ga. # in
the ‘upper room.’ as it were. We shall
meet to pray. We shall meet to work
to accomplish the thing for which
Jesus prayed—John xvii, 21— we
believe, we ask, we pray that thou
sands of like minded Christians shall
meet with us. •
“We therefore appeal to every
tist who believes that we should have
only one national Baptist convention
and make that one the most efficient
body of Christians in the world and
will work with f *us to accomplish that
end to meet us in Savannah, ua.. Sept
•J, 1910. Yours in Ills name.
“W. H. JERNACUN,
“Chairman Peace Movement Among
Baptists.
“NANNIE H. BURROUGHS,
“Secretary.”
FAMOUS TENTH CAVALRY.
Colonel Brown Compares Our Troopers
to French Foreign Legion.
“Our Negro troopers are great* sol
diers,” said Colonel William C. Brown,
commander of the Tenth cavalry.
“The}* ure brave, uncomplaining, stand
heat und cold alike with fortitude, are
good shots, and they ure experienced
because they nearly all are men who
have re-enlisted,” said the Itocky
Mountain News of Denver on June 94.
The Tenth cavalry was stationed At
Fort nuachuca, Arlz., until it was or
dered to the border and in the pursuit
of Villa. It was one of the first regi
ments in the fleid after the massjatffl
at Columbus. It is one of the fainofM
regiments of the urmy.
Its dash and reckless bravery rITSI
in many respects the famous Foreign
legion of France. Its presence at the
border was ordered early In the Mexi
can Imbroglio by the wur department
because of its record for enduring all
kinds of climate.
iy
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ADVERTISE IN THE STAR AND
LOOK PROSPEROUS.
Evan though you may not be pros
peroua. adopt aa tar as possible the
appearance of prosperity. It Is sound
capital and will bring good Interest In
the long run. Shabby-looking people,
you may have noticed, always appear
apologetic, and can easily be turned
down when they are most in need of
a helping hand. Keep a brace front.
Dame Fortune likes to throw her
magic cloak about the shoulders of the
man or woman who looks capable of
making the best of it.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC! ANOTHER INCREASE IN PAPER. ADVERTISING RATES INCREASE.
Owing to the steady increase in pa
per stock, The Star has been com
pelled to Increase its advertising rates
of the paper to take effect on and aft
er August 1st, 191C. All church ad
vertisements will be 5c a line straight
for liners. Other liner advertisement
will be 7/ 2 c per line. Condolences,
card of thanks, social write ups, etc.,
75c and upwards, with a slight propor
tional increase in all display adver
tisements.
Free Thermometer to each
Customer.
SOLES SAVED .
SATISFACTORY
AT NEW WAY
WHILE YOU WAIT
1855 CHAMPA ST.
PHONE MAIN 3737
Stand 2100 Arapahoe Street
Phone Main 270*
After iiop.m. at Reo [Club,
2712 Welton St.
[JOHN HAYES
Automobile for Hire
Residence Phone York 7420
167 COLUMBINE ST
WM. VOIGT S
Watchmaker and Jeweler
« Watches, Clocks, Jewelry.C
Silverware, Etc!
Fine Repairing of all Kinds
611 27th St., ~ Near Welton
Denver. Colo.
HAIBGBOWU
If ■ ».Mttf«l IM W Ha» h Vw PlM*. tkM
Try this Rml Hair Grower, the Meet WeederfuJ DU
tevanr ef the Cestnry.
Ift* Haw War •( Treating tha Scalp
aal Growing the Hair.
There Is nothin* like it on the market entirely
different both In principle as well as in its effect.
Absolutely guarantied to contain no vaseline nor
ystroleuui. but only the beet and ffaaet ef aHe. We
Sve you a binding guarantee to refund your money If
velee Cream Hair Grower is not as represented or
rails to improve your hslr. Persian Cream Is one
pf the quickest acting hslr growers known—inexpens
ive and easily used at home. Prise M tests.
U-N-E-E-D-A
DAHOCRCIDK
AND SHAMPOO
Par Dandruff. Seales. Hiking mad Reofkaesa.
Dandruff la a germ diseclt is a parasitical
growth affecting the roots 01 the hair, oaustng the
hair to lose Us luster, grow thin or fell out.
U-N-E-E-I>-A Dandercide la a Bdsntlflo remedy
for scalp troubles.
It also cleanses the scalp In a hyglenlo way. It
prevents dandruff and stops itching of the scalp.
It also strengthens the hair and helps maintain a
healthy eealp condition so that tha hair ceases to
fall out.
It prevents any unpleasant odor of the scalp or
hair and lands a delicate perfume of Its own.
Pries 28 Cents.
U-N-E-E-O-A
•KIN BLEACH
Clean and Bleaches the Complexion Instantly.
Makes Dark er Brews this Whiter. Will Net Drew
Hair.
Pries ft Cents.
Manufactured only by the RANKIN MANUFACTUR
ER C 0... Hair. Taltst aat Heesekeld Prsearatleee.
#Mee. 23d W. Walnut Street.
' ladiaaagells. Indiana.
If its Caal I got it.
lf*its a'/frunk let me Haul'it
The sun shines 365 days in a
year, so do I any kind of shoes
THE FATTY PINN
GOAL & EXPRESS CO
COAL AND WOOD
EXPRESS]
TrunltfHauling a Specialty
Homer Jackson, bast known tspress
man In tha city handles the trunks
Phone Cham pa 1008-igth
"1055 Steeet
The Bankers International Life
Assurance Company
DENVER, COLORADO
Capital Stock $100,000.00 Surplus i7Q,679.68
Partial list of Claims Paid:
Name * Amount
Jaura J. Givens 1675.00
Walter F. Anderson 32.00
Lizzie Mills 7.00
Margaret Lee *-* s
J. A. Wears *•**
Henry Charleston 9 7.0°
Verge Rich
William H. Johnson 10.50
Nancy Nelson 10.50
Nathan W. Clemons 6.75
the Latest and Best Forms of Life, Accident
[and Health Policies.
SUITE 414 DAS A ELECTRIC BLDG., DENVER, COLO.
Madam DeNeaPs
SCHOOL OF BEAUTY
AND HAIR CULTURE
319 EAST PINE STREET
Famous DeNeal Scalp Treatment
which is giving such wonderful resuita.
The Agent’s success Is assured with
either race with the DeNeal Dlploim'O
DeNeal's Invlgorator and DeNeal’s Hair
Grower grows the moat stubborn hair.
The Invlgorator is a germicide, cleanaee
' ’ ~’— —— ■^ _, ,the diseased scalp. InvlgoraUng and
strengthening the young hair. DeNeal’s
Hair Grower, a food for dry, acaly and ichy scalp, will atop the hair from fall-
Ing out, promote its growth and render it soft and glossy
Mrs.JOllie H. Reed, Cheyenne, Wyo. Agent, 913 W. 20th St.
3 Oriental 'Restaurant
ALL KINDS OF SOFT DRINKS AND
NEAR BEER
Chop Suey, Noodles and Short Orders
i8 4 « ARAPAHOE ST. PHONE MAIN 4896
l ssanawwaaf.
1 ; PhoneJYork'Bs77 J ;
C. A. REEVES
Cxprcss, Mo ring and Baggage*
Packing and and Crating. OP« n Van for Moving 75c
per hour. Pianos Carefully Moved. It will pay you
'; to deal with us. ] ’
All Kinds of Fuel at Lowest market Prices
722 E. TWENTY-SIXTH AVE. DENVER !;
Phone Main 3976 Alexander Dukes, Pres, and Mgr.
Eureka Workingmen’s Social Club
2235 ARAPAHOE ST., DENVER, COLO.
Chicken Dinner every Sunday 35c.
.MBS. GAZ V ALTON. Prop, of Caf«
Come in and 'spend a lew pleasant hours with us.
Cafe and Refreshments served. Dancing.
Have you seen it? Can you beat it! What?
Denver’s New Poro
Beauty Parlor
Beforejpurchasing your Braids and Switches see me.
Visit the parlor for inspection
JULIA CHAMBERS 2553 WASWWGTOW tVE,
BROTHERS
l Cafe and Lunch Room
IR. B. BOLDEN, Mgr.
l9th St., Denver, Colo.
Dinner from 11.30 loip.m. Short Orders at all hours
All Kinds of Sandwiches
BOLDEN BROTHERS
BARBER SHOP
Baths, Electric Massage. First Class Ssrrice
926 NINETEENTH ST. DENNER, COLO ‘

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