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~ Introduction
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Responsible Denver men have organized The Milo Oil Co. under the
fr laws of Colorado to operate in Kansas and Oklahoma oil fields.
, Until midnight, Monday night, July 30, the introductory stock is of
•. at 2c per share when stock will be advanced to 5c per share.
First operation of this company will be in the Chelsea, Okla., fields,
within 3,000 feet of the Tri-State Petroleum Company’s famous Nos. 1 and
, 2 wells.
Buy this stock now. It is another winner. Address
The Milo Oil Company
504 Colorado Building
Phono Main 1682, O. T. BOULTON
-BUY NOW- *
See Mumford
AGENT FOR.
MARXPHONE
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Main 7007 2152 Arapahoe St.
Moat Wonderful Musical Instrument
JOHN J. FUSSNER
Bicycles and Accessories
BIG TIRE SALE
Second-Hand Tirea soc and Up
Give Me a Trial 2019 Welton St.
GOD GIVE US MEN.
God lira us men! A time like this
demands
Strong minds, great hearts, true faith
and ready hands;
lien whom the lust of office does not
kill;
lien whom the spoils of offlce can
not buy;
lien who possess opinions and a will;
lien who hare honor —men who will
not lie;
Men who can stand before a dema
gogue
And damn his treacherous flatteries
without winking!
Tall men. sun crowned, who live shore
foe
In public duty and In private thlnk
l ing God give os men.
- —J. O. Holland.
Since Advertising Is the Lite ef
trade. It behooves you to cooperate
with us. We realise that we must first
make money for yeu before we can
nake any for ourselves, therefore let
is help you by doing your advertising
to help ourselves. Advertise In The
gtar that's all. It pays you and pays
us. Advertise and let us have a pay
r PETITION TO THE •”
President and Congress
FOR THE
Independence of Ireland
we, M American citisena, respectfully atata ta tha Government
of tha Unltad States that Ireland la a distinct nation, deprived of
her liberty by force and hold in eubjeetien by England by military
power alone. Aa America has sntarad the war for tha preservation
of democracy and the freedom of email natienalitiea, Olio Govern
ment la in honor bound to apply this principle impartially In all eased
of peoples held in subjection, whether they bo under the jurisdic
tion of Germany, like Belgium, or of England, like Ireland. Aa Amor,
ice cannot boa party to any scheme of wortd-peaee which tarftb
* I holds from any nation the Bod-given right of freedom, the only Baal
settlement must be the complete independence of Ireland.
America has the right, by her entry Into the war, ta demand N
from England, not In the Peace Conference at the close of the war,
U We°therefere respectfully urge upon the President and the Can
grass the necessity and good policy of giving a great ok ample to the
world by Insisting that England ehair grant Ireland complete aa
• tional independence. We earnestly hope that. Ilka Cuba, Ireland
will be made free by the action of America.
NAME ADDRESS
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Every lover of -4 M «.
H Please have thia filled out ae soon aa you eon and return Iwmodhlily
| «7 Barclay Street \
I NEW YORK \
Pasts aMtUooal pejw here Mo saere ■ Mo tons and stMas
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Everybody U dome to tht bud
theatre, the Wat place for the beat
show in the city. The Grand
theatre la the place which Invltea and
accommodate! you. Boost for the
•rand. Everybody —alcoroe and treat
ed nicely.
HU “The Master Fortune Builder”
H ■ ■ ■ From the Navies of the world comes the cry for more Gasoline and Fuel Oil.
lH m mM From the vast army of business and pleasure automobiles comes the cry for more
H ■ H Gasoline.
H m Hi m From the Farmers of all countries comes the cry for more Gascline and Motor Fuel
■ ■ ■ ■ to drive the Tractors.
■ ■ H From the Battling Armies of Europe comes the cry for more Gasoline.
H m From our own dear Uncle Sam comes the cry for “More Gasoline.”
That is Why Fortunes Are Being Made and Will Be Made In OIL
"°” Ntw "' A ""* „ The Capitol Fortunes
$l5-a-week stenographer made a -S. V7l IUUvO
fortune on sioo. Petroleum Co. ~T ...
Incorporated under the laws of VV {ll llfl 0
“Kansas City man Invests $2,000 the State of Colorado with an au- T
and sells part of his holdings for thorlzed capital of 10,000.000 shares. ~T h Is now „ reater consum „.
$5,000,000.” Fully paid and non assessable. 1 Dere 18 now a greater consump -
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS tlon ° f ° U than ,S be,ng produC<>d
••*loo Invested in Imnerial Oil Co HENRY L. HOL.KENBRINK, Den- Unless new producing fields are de
fa rough! $4 500 ” ' Imperial 0,1 Co ver. President. veloped to increase the supply this
Vice-Pres. and Manager of the year, we will face a shortage of
. „ , J m „ „nWAPn n g,M% C H.d»n, over 50 million barrels.”-Francls
“$lOO invested in Pinol Oil Co. HOWARD KULGH, Vice-President. **
brought $10,800.” ‘ President of State Mercantile s - Peabody to the Senate Commit-
Bank. tee, June 15, 1917.
H. A. CALVERT, Secretary.
'•$100 invested in Lucile Oil Co. Prominent Denver Attorney. Everv individual mav “Do His
brought $16,500.” E5. O. HECKENDORF. Treasurer. , 17', /, °
Business man. 30 years with hy assisting in producing more
larße mercantile firm. oil. and at the same time perhaps
“$lOO invested in Central Oil Co. JOHN W. McGEE, Geologist and make his fortune. That means you!
brought $45,000.” Field Manager.
l5 years in oilfields of Okla
-homa. There is a chance for everyone to
Do you know that oil investments 15. E. SARCHET. Director. share in this prosperity who will
offer the greatest chance for Successful Corporation Attor- take it when it is offered to him.
wealth the people of the United > „ , , „ - The most conservative Bankers
„ . „ The officers are bankers and _ _ ,
States have ever had? Do you business men of high standing and and Business Men are awakening
know that more people will be reputation for business honesty and to the unique strength of the oil
made independent and happy by integrity, and could not afford to industry and the extraordinary
investing in oil this year than ever K«?ta ] propoBitiop prospects for large profits, and are
before? Will you be one of them? n 0 salaries except to our Field investing whatever they can spare,
We are offering you a chance. Manager. be it much or little.
MR. McGEE, our Geologist and Field Manager, located the famous Bald Hill Pool in Oklahoma, famous not only
for its big gushers but also for the staying and lasting quality of its wells.
CONTRACTS ARE LET FOR DRILLING OUR FIRST TWO WELLS. THE DRILLER IS NOW MOVING
BN OUR 597-ACRE TRACT IN BURDON COUNTY, KANSAS. FORTY-NINE PRODUCING WELLS WITHIN
A RADIUS OF EIGHT MILES.
Do you realize that the stock may soon be s<^,oo
fy WHILE THE ALLOTMENT LASTS “ r hr Sk>r.
Afv You can pay in five installments or 5c off for cash
CUT THIS COUPON OUT ANO USE IT TODAY
SECURITIES FINANCE a INVESTMENT CO.,
s
329 Foster Bldg.. Denver, Colo.
Enclosed find $ to apply as (part)
< whole payment on shares of
stock in THE CAPITOL PETROLEUM CO.
Name.
Address
MAKE ALL REMITTANCES TO
The Securities Finance & Investment Co.
FISCAL AGENTS. AND MAIL TO
FRED S. BURTON, 1837 Arapahoe St., Denver, Colo.
SHEPARD ISSUES APPEAL
Natad Educator Invokoo Aid of Cjvor
norm to Ckock Mob Violonoo.
Durban). N. C\—ln consequence of
the great number of colored people
who have been murdered by mobs of
white people in various sections of the
country slice June 1. many agencies
hove started campaigns to put a check
to this barbarous practice. The Mem
phis (Tenn.? lynching and the East St.
Louis horror pale into Insignificance
the most dielnous crimes committed
by savages in the wilds of heathen
lands.
Stirred by Injustices heaped upon
members of the race, whether guilty
or innocent of crime. Dr. James E.
Shepard, president of the National
Truinlng school in this city, who work
ed so aealonsly to have youug colored
men eullst for the war. issued on July
3 the following open letter to the gov
ernors of nineteen states aud to fifty
two newspapers. Dr. Shepard In his
letter sa.vm:
"The Increasing lyticklings of a help
less people both north and south, in,
many instances for trivial things, are
having depressing effects on a fieopie
who love this country and who ar?
loyal and true to the flag.
“The courts of the land are hi con
trol of the whites, so there ia never an
excuse for a lynching. All crimes
should l>e Justly and severely punished,
and there need not be any fear that
any. Negro criminal or supposed crlm
*4 ever .escaue.
Talking Machine Free
1 With every 30 new yearly cash subscribers to “The Denver
i Star,” at One Dollar and a Hall a year, or lor the tola
amount of every 30 cash yearly aubscribert, vtho pay in ad
vance from their expiring date. One Dollar and a half each,
1 “The Denver Star” will give a Talking Machine, delivered
to your residence, to each and every person who brings in
‘■l the total cash amount of the 30 subscribers paid in advance.
Boys and Girls here is a chance to earn a Talking
Machine with a little effort.
See the Talking Machine on exhibition at The Colored
American Loan and Realty Co , 2735 Welton St. The
Machine speaks for itself. GET BUSY,
Address THE DENVER STAR, 1026 Nineteenth
Stnet, Denver, Colorado
MISS PHYLLIS WATERS.
West Virginia Girl Wins Laurels
In Schoolroom and on Athlet
ic Field—Loader at Ann Arbor
High Bchool Graduates With
Honors From the University of
Michigan.
Ann Arbor, Mich.—Again a daugh
ter of the race. In competition with
the best stock in the land, proves that
• blood will tell.” Phyllis Wheat
ley Waters, daughter of Colonel and
Mrs. Phil Waters of Charleston. W.
Va., graduated with high honors at
the recent commencement of the Uni
versity of Michigan. In the school
room she mastered the arts and sci
ences as outlined in books, and In the
“gym” and on the field she gave a no
less satisfactory account of herself,
testifying in a most positive fashion
to the efficacy of the old adage ahouj
a “sound mind hi a sound body.”
Miss Waters made an exceptionally
fine record in athletics, being the first
colored girl *n the history of the uni
versity to win a “letter” in athletics.
She was for four years a star on the
basketball team and an exi>ort gym
nast and won uiany notable cunt.'ST*
from “foemeu worthy of her steel."
She also played for four years on the
Ann Arl»or high school basketing*
team prior to entering the University
of Michigan and was elected caitaiw
in her senior year, an unpre*edei;teil
distinction for a member of tbe race.
Miss Waters inherits much ©t her
physical and athletic prowess from tier
father. Colonel Phil Waters, who I*
known throughout West Virginia u*
one of the best all round baselfah play
ers, wrestlers, swimmers and boxers
in his section of the country. He *
recognized authority on all variolic*
of sports, being a regular stuff con
tributor to the Sporting Life, published
at St. I-ouis.
Colonel Waters is also a prominent
figure In # the world of polities and H
invariably in evidence at the state
national conventions of his party.
Mias Waters will pursue advance*!
studies at Wellesley college, the noted
I Massachusetts school for girls, second
•to none in America. She possesses a
charming i>ersonality and readily
makes friends amoug all classes of
people wherever her lot Is cast.
Funds Raised For tho Coloman Horn-
Friends of the Coleman Industrial
Home For Boys at Pittsburgh recent lv
conducted a flower tag day. from
which a snug sum was raised to uk et
a pressing financial need. Miss firmf
Lowndes was chairman qf the day
The managers of the home are grate
ful to all who aided In making ttoH
unique entertainment a success. Fond
clothing and other useful article;* w U
be accepted at any time aud gratefully
acknowledged in l>ehalf of the bom*
at 1721 Bedford avenue.
Newspaper Mon Moot at Chattanooga.
The executive committee of the Na
tional'Negro Press association is shap
ing plans for a big meeting of editors
and publishers, to be held at Chatta
nooga. Teun.. at a convenient time
during the three days* meeting of the
National Negro Business league. Aug.
IS to 17. inclusive.
Men make circumstancaa; circum
stances make duties, and duty is des
tiny.
“God give us men! A time like this
demands
Strong minds, great hearts, true
faith, and ready hands.
Men whom the lust of office does not
kill;
Men whom the epolls of office can
not buy;
Men who possess opinions and a will;
Men who have baser, and who wM
not lie;
Men who ean stand before a dews
some
And scorn his treacherous flatteries
without winking.
Tall n«t. sun-crowned, who live
above the tbs
In mbits duty and In jetogle think-

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