DO YOU WANT HAIR?
This lady who suffered wilh dry eczema and parsite
germ was fast becoming bald, but with the use of Mme.
Jessie Carter s wonderful Scalp Tonic and Growing Oil
now enjoys a good growth of hair.
If you want hair, enquire about Mme. Jessie Carter’s
wonderful oil at the Elite Drug Store, 23rd and Wash
ington or 21st and Arapahoe, or Atlas Drug Co., 27th
and VVelton, or consult Mme Jessie Carter, 2761 Glenarm
St.. Phone Champa 86s- She will tell you how to have
hair and charge you nothing.
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Let Me Treat Your Scalp
By the Scientific and
Pleasant DeNeal Method
Get Acquainted with the Best Articles
Having spent 18 months in MME. DeNEAL’S School of
Beauty and Hair Culture, I know that positive satisfactory
results can be had, and I recommend the preparations to be
just as advertised. Every article of Mme. Dishman is ex
clusively made by Mme. DeNeal.
If we do you g >od talk abr.it it. O.ice a trial, and you
x.ways will be a customer. Combings made up.
Phone York 1377 J 2439 GEa-PIN STREET
We Solicit Your Business
W£ DO FIRST CLASS PAPERING, PAINTING
We Sell the Beat Ready Mixed Paint*, Varnish, Glass
The Star Wall Paper & Paint Co.
1757 C-HAMPA ST. PHONE MAIN 4943
SUPREME HAIR GOODS
SUPREME HAIR GROWER and SUPREME TEMPLE GROWER hava
convinced every user of their merit. Scientifically compounded, they furnlah
just the NOURISHMENT needed by the sickly hair cells, INVIGORATE the
roots, CLEANSE the scalp and CAUSE the hair to GROW. Many pleased
customers in Derver and elsewhere gladly TESTIFY TO ITB WORTH. We
MAKE UP HAIR IN ANY STYLE. Combings made up and hair matched
SUPPREME HAIR GROWER 50c
BUPREME TEMPLE GROWER 50c
SUPREME SHAMPOO DRIER 51.50
I am Denver’s representative for the famous Hager's Medicines. Eacn
remedy is especially prepared by leading medical specialists in various dia»
cases. Call or write for full information.
Mail Orders Promptly Filled
MME. G CHAPMAN, 2443 Gilpin St.
Phone York 403yJ DENVER, COLO.
TAILORING, CLEANING AND
Formerly The Southern of 2144 Stout Street
Have moved to 2joi 03 Arapahoe Street, where Mr. H.
Greenberg, Prop., will be more than pleased to meet you,
and thanking you tor your past patronage, and soliciting'
your future work.
As a matter of fact, our business has increased and de
mands larger q larters, and we surely thank our patrons for
Our Motto —“A sq lare dial to all,” will always be
practised in The future as in the past.
P. S. Safety First. We want you to know that we are
not in the Cleaning Trust. Help us in our fight.
By sending, or calling Phone Main 2091 we will call for
or deliver. Out of town work carefully handled and prompt
y attended to. Don't hesitate, call Main 2091 and we will
do the rest.
We Alter, Remodel, Reline Gsurments in t tailor we y
We r 1 *** make Suita to Order at reasonable prices.
Phone Maid 2091 2001-03 Arapahoe St., 8&
The City Federation will meet
with the Self-Improvement Club at
the club home, Wednesday, March
7th. Program: Quotation, miscel
laneous; vocal solo, Twentieth Cen
tury; a talk, President City Feder
ation; instrumental solo, W. C. T. U.
Thetha B. Miller, president. Isabel
FERN HALL, R. L. PHYNIX, MAN
AGER. 2711 WELTON, PHONE
Mrs. Robert Beasley, of this city,
announces to her many friends that
her father died in Oxford, Ohio, after
many weeks' illness.
IF “CARTHAGO DELENDA EST"
THEN DEARFIELD COLONY, A NE
GRO TOWN, MUST BE HELPED, DE
VELOPED AND PUT ON THE MAP
BY THE NEGROES. WHY NOT?
Negro Woman’s Club Association
will meet Tuesday, March 6th. An
nual election of officers. All repre
sentatives urged to be present. Mrs.
E. M. Reeves, president; Mrs E.
Keep off the date —March 29th. It
belongs to the Taka’s “Beyond Par
Thursday night, March 22, the last
of the series of musical activities for
the winter will be staged. An en
larged chorus of local talent and other
musical professlonalists will uncover
themselves in recital of distinctively
Negro compositions. The weight of
the music, the significance of the mat
ought to commend the concert to the
Miss Bettina Jackson, the charm
ing and earnest Y. W. C. A. worker,
underwent a major operation last
week and is doing nicely at this writ
Oxdansen and folk dance given by':
Willie Knight, March 29th, at Old Col-1
ony Hall. Morrison’s orchestra. Ad- i
mission, 25 cents.
George W. Smith has beta ap
pointed assistant engineer a$ the
postoffice, by Postmaster St&pleton.
This is not the only time that Post
master Benjamin F. Stapleton has
shown his kindness and interest In
the Denver Negro.
PHONE YORK 6616 W FOR MIBB
BEATRICE LEWIS, EXPERT COR
SET MAKER. CORSETB MADE TO
MEASURE. LATEST DEBIGNS AND
FITTINGB. SATISFACTION GUAR
ANTEED. 2339 GILPIN ST.
ENTERTAINED AT TEA.
Mrs. Robert Glass, of Prescott,
Ariz., was royally entertained at a
tea given by her sister, Mrs. R. Hop
kins, of 2257 Arapahoe street. Thurs
day, Feb. 22nd.
Lawyer Geo. G. Rosa has removed
his law office to 929 17th at., room 23,
Ist door above the stairs. Phone Main
Messrs. Lloyd and Charles Hall
were visitors of the Denver Star this
A Community Choir, under auspices
of People’s Presbyterian Church
Choir, renders the last of Winter Mu
sicales of distinctively Negro compo
sitions, Thursday night, March 22, at
People’s Church; 25 cents.
Boykin Tabernacle, No. 4C4, meet
second and fourth Tuesdays of each
month, 2630 Welton.
Prof. Geo. Morrison played for the
governor Tuesday night, and will re
peat at the grand opening next Wed
Miss Edythe Buchannan of Raleigh
street was quietly married to Mr.
Charles Davis on February 27, Tues
day night, at the residence of Mrs.
Jarrot of Ogden street. Her friends
are wishing her all joys and no sor
We are espepcially calling your at
tention to our new advertisers, Mme.
M. E. Woodruff, the hair artist, and
Mrs. Sarah Franklin, the specialist.
Mrs. Ruth Jones, bookkeeper of the
Denver Star, was so ill that she war
compelled to leave her work last Fr.
day, and is still confined to her home.
Mr. James Settles and wife, of LIL
tie Rock, Ark., are tlfte welcome I
guests of Mrs. C. A. Miller, 2710 Cali
fornia street. They have decided to
permanently locate here.
Mrs. J. P. Harris, of 2638 California
street, left Sunday to go for a six
weeks’ visit with her friends and rel
ative* in Hot Springs, Ark.
CONSTIPATION MAKES YOU OULL
That draggy, listless, oppressed feel
ing generally results from constipa
tion. The intestines are clogged and
the blood becomes poisoned. Relieve
this condition at once with Dr. King's
New Life Pills; this gentle, nongrip
ping laxative Is quickly effective. A
dose at bedtime will make yon feel
brighter In the morning. Get a bottle
today at your druggist, tie.
: THE GRAND THEATRE'S WEEKLY
Cut Out and Paata on Walt
' Don't Mias the Big Show
EXTRA GOOD MUSIC AT THE
GRAND THEATER. THE BEST
RAGTIME PLAYER IN THE CITY
WILL TICKLE THE KEYS. COME
AND HEAR HIM.
S«. IMPERIAL TRIO with thi
Tango banjo player, our own boys,
Jackson, Junior and Qregsby. Beal
music In town at the GRAND THEA
TRE every Sunday.
There will be a supper at 721 26th
at., just below Scott M. E. Church,
Thursday, March 8. Specially pre
pared xhitterlings and crackling bread,
hot coffee and slaw will be served at
25c an order. Cream and cake, 10c
'an order. Everybody invited. G. W.
Anderson and R. L. Mafuree.
W. B. Townsend’s law office is 929
17th st., rooms 3 and 4. Phone Main
J. A. Shore of 2410 Champa bought
80 acres of land near Wiggins last
week and will leave in a week or so
to look after the same.
When you want real fine, dainty
pressing and cleaning done, do not
overlook the Rocky Mountain Clean*
ing and Dyeing Company, with Chas.
J. Lessin as manager, at 730 Eight
eenth street, with his phone Champa
Tima, March 17th, 1917; plats. Old
Colony Hall. You bring the girls. So
journer Truth Club.
All-Star Negro Recital, People's
Presbyterian Church, Thursday night,
March 22. Admission, 25 cents.
Mrs. M. A. Young, of 2331 Ogden
street, is unable to go out, and her
many friends are requested to visit
Miss Anna Baptiste, one of Den
ver's most zealous church workers,
leaves Sunday night for Los Angeles.
Cal., for an indefinite stay. Her
many friends will miss her during her
Mrs. la. Knight Olliver was sudden
ly called to Chicago, 111., to attend the
funeral of Mrs. Modjeska MacAdow,
sister of William King of this city.
SAD NEWS BUDDENDY RECEIVED.
Mrs. Pearl Rose, the popular singer
of the Y. W. C. A., had the sad in
forniation Saturday night that her
mother had suddenly passed away in
Missouri. She left Sunday on her
sad mission. She has the sympathy
of Denver citizens.
MARGARET WASHINGTON CLUB
Mrs. C. B. Charleston. 4128 Monroe,
Feb. 16. 1917. Feb. 23, Mrs. E. L. Pol
lard, 1413 East 24tb avenue, Literary
day; March 2, Mrs. J. L. Burnett, 3412
Columbine street; March 9, Mrs. D.
W. Mallard, 3149 Race street; March
16, Mrs. H. Witt. 2543 Clarkson;
March 23, Mrs. E. V. Cammel, 2418
CARD OF THANKS.
We, the bereaved sons of our dear
ly loved and devoted Mother, and we,
the bereaved sister and brother,
nieces and nephews, wish to extend
our most heartfelt appreciation and
thanks to our many members and
auxiliaries of dear old Shorter's, and
to the Rev. Chas. A. Williams, who
preached such a great sermon, hav
ing never seen her in person, and
Rev. Ward, who spoke so beautifully
knowing what she did the nine years
he had known, and to the many
friends who so nobly assisted us In
the many words of cheer and comfort.
And we also thank you for the
many most beautiful floral offerings
and the great resolutions and the
many acts of kindness.
We know that our loss Is sure
Heaven’s gain, and though we miss
her greatly, we can rest assured that
she gave her life and services for all
whom she came In contact with, and
Heaven is her reward.
Again we thank you, dear friends.
(Signed) Chas. R. Hall,
Lloyd O. Hall,
Mr. and Mrs. Minor Woods.
Mr. and Mrs. Jordan S.
Mr. and Mrs. Napoleon
I Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Fisher.
STAR—MARCH 2 Oliver
NOAH O'NEAL WINS HAT TRIM
The Proud Lily Art Club had oodles
of Joy 'and oceans of fun when
Messrs. O’Neal, C. B. Hill, St. Clair
Littlejohn, Grand Master Rector, Rev.
Sawyer and Lawyer Rcss trimmed six
bats without putting antagonistic col
ors together. Some of the men ex
hibited good tastes, the only lacking
essential was that no models were
provided. The Judges, Miss Marion
F. Hemphill, Mesdames Eflfie Weldon
and Geo. W. Anderson gave Noah
O'Neal the prise for the best produc
tion. Too much honor could not bo
given to Mrs. Florence Bnritb for her
PHONE MAIN 6123
•J£2f2L- Incorporated and Bonded to the City
Pmm Y«ik 7M2 *
FKANK S. REED P ‘ B^, S JJ i “
Ptrlon . 2745 Walton St.
The Sanitary Clothes
Cleaners and Pressers
OUK SPECIALTY, the Pnest of work; satisfaction ab
solutely guaranteed to each customer. We do fine Tailoring,
Renovating of Ladies' and Gent’s Garments. No extr;a
charge for calls and deliveries in all parts of the city.
Phone Main 1800 2622 Welton St.
T. MANDCL, Proprietor
The Hamilton Nlational Hank
17th and Champa Streets
PAYS 4 PER CENT ON
Member Federal Reserve Bank District
No. 10. under supervision U. S. Government
ST. LOUIS TAILOR
Clean, Press, Remodel and Repair Your Clothes. All
Work Guaranteed and Prices Reasonable
Suits Made to Order our specialty Steam and Dry C leaning
a6i3 WELTON ST. MAIN 299 s
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MRS. SARAH FRANKLIN
; 2449 Court Place Phono Champa 4213 ;
Phone Main 6699 Private Booths for Ladies
NIGHT AND DAY LUNCH ROOM
808 CASRUTH, Prop.
A Full Line of Fresh Fish in Season
Oysters and Lobsters
Try Our Big 20c. Merchants Lunch
SHORT ORDERS AT ALL HOURS]
919 NINETEENTH ST. DENVER. COCO.
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YOUMAN FUR CO.
The More You Are Convinced Their
FUR GARMENTS GIVE SATISFACTION
and are Up-to-Date, Stylish, Reliable,
Fit Well, Look WeU and Wear Well
Furs Remodeled and Repaired at Reason*
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