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BEFORE. USING WAS 6 INCHES No More DANORUFF LONG. no more Falling Hair no more Itchy Scalp j * =. ■ no more Tetter no more Eczema to /V>' MADAM JESSIE CARTER'S ; WONDERFUL GROWING OIL soc on W?' Temple at Elite Drug Store, 23rd and Washing ton streets, 21st and Arapahoe streets, Atlas Drug Store, 27th and Welton * - streets. W -'•! jM AGENTS WANTED I ■ Enclose 3c stamp for reply to letters. AFTER USING 2 YEARS IS NOW ' 22 INCHES LONG. 2761 Glenarm Street, Denver, Colo. I WHY NOT GROW YOUR HAIR? I Phone Champa 86S Mme Jessie Carter Scientific Scalp Specialist LEARN EFFICIENCY The DeNeal Modern Method of BEAUTY CULTURE AND HAIR GROWING Your success assured with either race with the DeNeal Diploma. Madam Dishman, Authorized Instructress Send 3 cents Stamp for Reply Combings made Up Special Scalp Treatment ‘ 1 Denelo, ’ ’ a real Hair Grower, stops itchy scalp and falling hair, nourishes the roots, increases circulation, refreshes and invigorates, giving an abuundant growth. NO STRAIGHTENING OIL needed with “Denelo”—the straiglitener and grower all in one. MME. DISHMAN Phone York 1377 J 2439 GILPIN STREET If lb la The Heir Line See Me PHONE YORK 4039-J MME. GENEVIEVE CHAPMAN (Successor to the late Mrs. Wm. G. Campbell) Treating the Scalp for all Diseases, such as Dandruff, Eczema, Tetter and Itch. Guaranteed to Cure. Sole Agents for All Remedies of the Johnson Manufacturing Co., of Boston, Mass. Johnaon’s System of Growing the Hair Prices Reasonable JOHNSON’S HAIR AND SCALP .Johnson’s Eczema Remedy 80c BDen.B.-rmua Johnson’s Shampoo Cream 80c PREPARATION* Johnson’s Medicated Soap 30c A Specfle Remedy for each Dlaease g c i en tflc Scalp and Hair Treatment, or tne scalp Scalp Massage, Shampooing and Fa- Johnson’s Hair Food 80c and 600 clal Massage. A competent lady as- Johnson’s Hair Grower Pomade... .*oc slstant will be sent to your home, If Johnson’s Hair Grower Oil 60c desired. Terms reasonable. Telo lohnson’s Hair Grower No. 2, phone or write tor appointment. The (Liquid) $l.lO above goods will be sent by Parcel Johnson’s Straightening Pomade. .60c Post or Express to any address on re Johnson’s Dandruff Remedy 80c celpt of price by Money Order or Reg- Johnson's Itch Remedy 30c istored Letter. 2443 GILPIN STREET DENVER. COLORADO Five Points Theatre REOPENED The Gold Theatre UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT Best Pictures and Best Treatment in the City for the Lowest Price Show Starts at 5 P. M. Daily Sundays at 2 p.m. Everybody Welcome. Come, Tell Others and your Friends Ten 10 per cent discount give en with every dollar’s worth of Cleaning, when this Label presented at the Office or at your home. ygßfl Cut This Out. H. GREENBERG, Prop* Cooking That Takes You Back Home ARLINGTON CAFE MRS. D. L. JONES, Prop. 1012 19th St. Denver, Colo. Whist Tables Cigars and Tobacco. Soft Drinks Phone Main 8428 Comfort Pool and Billiard Parlor, J. F. CLARK Manager 2801 Walton St. Denver, Coin' CITY NEWS JACKSON-HICKS WEDDING. Just as we were going to press last ; Thursday afternoon, the announce 5 ment came to us that Plem Jackson, an old and respected citizen, and Mrs. Jennie Hicks, an energetic and ambi tious lady, were being bound together ' into the holy bonds of matrimony. , The invitation was extended to us to i be present, but business pressure pre vented us. However, we heartily ex tend our congratulations and w ; .sh for them every happiness. Wm. Crosby died Wednesday night at his home. His funeral will be held at Scott M. E. Church Sunday after noon. In Weld County, three miles off Lin coln Highway, are 360 seres with lake covering 5 acres. Grows excellent wheat, prairie hay, potatoes, beans, etc. Will lease to responsible party. Champa 3382 or York 7826. Ask for Mr. Lightner. FUNERAL NOTICES—DOUGLASS UNDERTAKING CO. Ben Humes. 65 yrs., late of 1433 Elati St., departed this life Wednes day, Feb. 20. Resulted from Cerebral Hemorrhage. Funeral services were held Sunday, Feb. 24th, 2 p. m. from Douglass Chapel. Father O’Ryan of ( St. Leo Catholic church, oofficiated. Interment at Mr. Olivet cemetary Scott Boswell, 79 yrs., beloved fath er of Eliza Boswell, res. 394 So. Chero kee. departed this life Sunday, Feb. : 24th. Remains was shipped Feb. 25th to Boulder, Colo., accompanied by his son. Eliza Boswell, where interment shall be made. Garland J. Stockman, formeerly of Camden, Ark., departed this life Feb. 26. Remains were shipped to Cam den, Ark., Wednesday for burial. Mr. J. P. Perkins, who received in juries while at work, was slightly bruised above the eye instead of re ceiving the injuries detailed in last week’s paper. Much interest and activity Is being manifested in our entertainment that is to be gven at Fern Hall on the 14th of March, the proceeds of which will go into our special Liberty Fund to be used for special relief purposes in the case of our members who are en-. gaged in the present war aetivities. We desire that every member of the camp do his part i;. this most worthy ; and patriotic- effort. C. N. PITT, Commander; CARRIE b, McCLAIN, Clerk. the GRAND THEATRE'S WEEKLY PROGRAM. Cut Out and Pasto on Walt : Don’t Mi»» the Big Show this Week. EXTRA GOOD MUSIC AT THl GRAND THEATER. THE BEST RAGTIME PLAYER IN THE CITY | WILL TICKLE THE KEYS. COME >ND HEAR HIM. REV. WASHINGTON PUSHING AHEAD IN CALIFORNIA The Star gladly announces that now , and then we are gratified by the con stant good reports noticed in the Cali fornia papers about our former Den ver citizen, Rev. Washington, and his great success in San Francisco. This time he, thru receiving the exceptlon ; al services of the wonderful lady evangelist, Rev. Mrs. M. C. Harris of Cincinnati, Ohio, has stirred up San Francisco. We congratulate our Rev erend on his great success. Emmett Collins of Rock Springs, 5 Wyo., was a welcome visitor of The f Denver Star. The American Woodmen Camp No. 1, Denver, met at Old Colony Hall, Thursday evening, February 28th, In a call meeting for the purpose of obli gating twenty new members. This makes our membership now well above the 250 mark and In aonther month we confidently expect the membership to number not less than 300. The attendance at this call meeting was very large indeed and all had a very pleasant time exchanging frater nal greetings and partaking of refresh ments. Prof. V. N. Wolfskin of Salt Lake, who recently passed thru this city en route to Chicago, returned Saturday and spent a few days in Denver with friends. He was delightfully enter tained by Mr. Morgan Jackson and Mr. H. C. Horn. He was also a pleas A* the * Owl ’ knows- hit business so do I know mine . Residence Phone: York, 6468 I Stand Phone: Champa 3876 's Private patties a specialty. The best Limousine in the city Electrically heated; up-to-date in every respect Rates Reasonable Service at all Hour* W. B. RBB|fe, *r**r*«M* DrWar ant caller at The Star on Wednesday morning. COLORADO BOY8 ELBOWING WAY UP IN CAMP SHERMAN, O. Albert F. Ross and Mr. Jones of Greeley, Colo., have made an enviable record in Camp Sherman, Ohio, with the 317th Engineer corps; the former as chief divisional stenographer and the latter as an expert auto mechanic. The Eastern Negroes are extremely jealous because the Western Negroes "who know their stuff” constantly push ahead and gain favor with the white officers of the 92nd Div. over which Geeneral Ballou commands. AMERICAN WOODMEN LOSES STENOGRAPHER H. J. York, formerly supervisor of the certificate department of the Su preme Camp of the A. M.. left Tues day evening for Camp Funston, Kan., where he will be clerk and stenog rapher in the Division Ordnance office, 92nd Div. 317, Mobile Ordnance corps. The Star is greatly concerned over her Colorado appointments; as yet, so far, all have made and are making good. COMING TO DEAR OLD COLORADO Mrs. Wade A. Jones, who for the past winter months has been South visiting her relatives and those of her husband, touching Talladego College, Birmingham, Mobile and Montgomery, Ala., as well as New Orleans, La., and Nashville. Tenn., and St. Louis and Kansas City, Mo., is now speeding to ward “Dear Old Colorado,” where it is a privilege to live, and will be here on about April 4. She writes she hears Cnapelton calling her as she and the humiliating and extreme segrega tion and Jim Crowism have repeatedly clashed. She asked to be remembered to all her friends. The news report is out that Presi dent of the U. S. has extended clem ency to our colored soldiers. No news report was made by our Denver dail ies.. Strange, isn’t it? Mr. J. C. Me Wright of Alamosa, who has been very ill with pneumonia, is reported slightly improving. The "Lillinokalanl” Self Improve ment club was newly organized in Pueblo. More details later. Rev. Jeltz of Cheyenne and A. Way man Ward of Colorado Springs, also Mrs. Wm. G. Gudgell of Colorado Springs, are visitors this w-eek in Den ver. PHONE YORK 6616 W FOR MISS BEATRICE LEWIS, EXPERT COR. 8ET MAKER. CORSET8 MADE TO MEASURE. LATE8T DESIGNS AND FITTINGS. SATISFACTION GUAR ANTEED. 2339 GILPIN ST. Undertaker E. V. Cammel. Grand Master of the S. M. T. and U. B. F. of this part of the country, has re turned from his annual official visit from Albuquerque, N. M., and La Junta, Colo., and the southern part of Colorado. He reports much progress in the work. Dr. Huff’s office phone is York 6191J. When not reached at office or home, call Atlas Drug Co., Main 875. OFFICERS AND COMMITTEES OF THE NEGRO COMMERCIAL A8SN. Membership Committee: Dr. J. fl. P. Westbrook. Chairman; T. S. Rector, Mrs. Charley Barnes, Mrs. Lillian Horn, Dr. E. G. Canty, Geo. G. Ross, Mrs. Mildred Abernathy. Commercial Committee: S. A. Bon durant, Chairman; J. C. Cooper, Geo. W. Davis, Rev. T. E. Henderson. Dr. P. D. J. W. Williams, L. H. Light ner, Ella N. Edwards, Callie D. Nich ols. Walter R. Pritchette, Rev. Henry E. Brown. Real Estate Committee: Walter R. J'ritchette, Chairman; A. R. Butler, Chas. M. Hughes, W. J. Frierson. Colonizing, Farming A Stock Rais ing Committee: O. T. Jackson, Chair man; E. P. Blakemore, Mrs. Lillian Horn, Will Russ, Dr. A. D. Stone, U. S. Henderson, S. B. W. May. Banking Committee: A. A. Waller, Chairman; Dr. T. Earnest McClain, Louis Calahan, C .M. White, O .T. Jackson, S. A. Bondurant, John H. Kigh, Father H. B. Brown, Walter H. Pritchette, Dr. J. H. P. Westbrook, Sec'y, Rev. D. E. Over, Pres. Publicity Committee: Rev. H. B. Brown, Chairman; O. T. Jackson, Har ry Wright, Thos. R. Webb. • PHONE MAIN 6123 DAY OR NIGHT The Douglass Undertaking Co. 3*Jl*L 2Ha£m* Incorporated and Bonded to the Cttv PmmY«A 7M2 : FRANK S. REED P * li^S^ k I Parlor* 2745 Walton St THAT EASTER DRESS * Don’t worry about your EASTER DRESS on ac -5 count of the high cost of living, Consult MME. JEFFERSON, , about your old one. She can make them over for ye§ in the latest Spring Style *' Scientific Alterer and Ladies Tailor 2642 California Strmmt CALL Main 5037 The Hamilton Nlational 1 17th and Champa Streets PAYS 4 PER CENT ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS Member Federal Reserve Bank District ! No. 10, under supervision U. S. Government IPoro Scalp Tratment j Graduate POlO College, St. Louis, Mo. SIX YEARS' EXPERIENCE MRS. SARAH FRANKLIN ! 2244 Washiagton St. Phone York 3927-W ! FOR APPOINTMENT, CALL MAIN 6544. C. H. SHIRLEY W. A. RAMSTETTER President Vice-President R. RAMSTETTER. Sec. and Tree*. The Atlas Drufi Co, InoarparMaS Leaden in Prescriptions i K PHONE MAIN 875 3701 WELTON BT. ■ '■ ■ ■ 1 ■ ■ 1— ■ ■— ' i . 4 Q Gushers msv cone ; gushers may go 4 A A 9 But steady production brings home the Dough 4L9 Another Well added—Giving Capitol Petroleum Co. 19-Prod ucing Wells-19 CAPITOL now own. IS PRODUCING WELLS In the Wayside Pool District. Montgomery County. Kansas. These 19 wells are actually producing and within a short time we’ll have at least 411 to 45 wells In operation. Invest your money in a company that has production. BUY CAPITOL NOW AT Capitol stock Is fully paid and non- 4 Writ© for fur assessable. The company has approx- I I lQ ther Information, Imately $160,000 worth of leases, pro- I or , still, duclng property and equipment. Now der now Jl not to . Is the time to buy Capitol stock while c morrow—but TO- It is only ih * r * DAY. FRED S. BURTON 1637 Arapahoa streut Danvar, Colo W. A. Jones, M. D. H. J, M. Browr President Treasurer A. A. WALLER, Manager Notary Public The Colored American Loan /yj}3r and Realty Company* . Office, 2636 Welton Street Phone Champa 455 fATUNtIV M44MMMO. y . .