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FOR THE HAIR
No More DANDRUFF WHY NOT GROW YOUR HAIR? no rlore Falling Hair wrORE USING WAS 6 INCHEB LONG. n 0 more -Itchy Bcalp .. no more Tetter no more Eczema Gives Health to Scalp, Promotes n of I.ong, Fluffy Hair. '' MADAM GROWING Growing Oil Templ * 50e .-a and Washing mn and Arapahoe StromT ’ Drug Store. 2-th and Welton - .. • PW agents wanted M S£ ■ ' ' Enclose 3c stamp for reply to letters I ) - . ct AFTER USING 2 YEARS IS NOW 2761 Glenarm Street Denver, Colo. 22 INCHES LONG. Phone Chamoa 885 Mme Jessie Carter Scientific Scaip Specialist LEARN EFFICIENCY The DeNeal Modern Method of BEAUTY CULTURE AND HAIR GROWING' Your success asuured with either Race with the DeNEAL DI PLOMA. Madam Duhman, Authorized Instructress Send 3 cents Stamp for Reply Combings made Up Special Scalp Treatment “Denelo, ” a real Hair Grower, stops itchy scalp and falling hair, nourishes the roots, increases circulatiou, refreshes and invigorates, giving an abuundaut growth. NO STRAIGHTENING OIL needed with “Denelo —the ■traightencr and grower all in one. MME. DISHMAN Phone York 1377 J 2439 GIuPIN STREET If lu In The Hair Line See Me PHONE YORK 7992-M MME. GENEVIEVE CHAPMAN Scalp Specialist, practicing the Johnson System of Hair Dressing, Shampooing, Scalp Dressing and Hair Cultivation, learned at Boston, Mass. Electrical Massages given for Scalp and Face Remedies for all diseases of the »calp--dandruff, eczema and itch. Guaranteed to cure. Face powders, Creams and Toilet articles sold. Combings made up. Hair for sale Mail Orders Promptly Filled 2443 GILPIN STREET DENVER, COLORADO ■ DON’T BUY Ready Made Clothes 'I j) When you can procure Genuine I jA 1 Tailored Garments for the same money. See me before buying that Suit or Overcoat. FRANK ELLIOTT 2248 Clarkson Phone York 4260. J Whist Tables Cigait and Tobacco. Soft Drinks Phone Main 8428 Comfort Pool and Billiard Parlor J. F. CLARK, Manager 2801 Welton St. Denver, Colot W. H. Pritchette S. A. Bondurant Charles Trotte Industrial Realty Co. W. H. PRITCHETTE, M’g’r SALES, RENTALS, AND INVESTMENTS 716 East 26th Avenue Phone York 4561 Dpoyer. Colorado I LEARN HAIRDRESSING Weaving and making up hair in any form. Special attention given to the scalp. Learn it all for $lO. Use the REAL HAIR GROWER. It positively will grow short hair long, stop hair from falling out and breaking off; no more dandruff or itching scalp; makes the hair thick, long and glossy. Massaging, Shampooing and straightening 50ctf. WORK DONE BY APPOINTMENT WINNIE ANDERSON Phone York 9127-W 2237 Washington CITY NEWS STATEMENT OF THE OWNERSHIP, MANAGEMENT, CIRCULATION, ETC., REQUIRED BY THE ACT OF CONGRESS OF AUGUBT 24, 1912, Of The Denver Star, published week ly at Denver. Colorado, for Oct. Ist, 1918. State of Colorado, County of Denver, 88. Before me. a Notary Public, in and for the State and county aforesaid, personally appeared George G. Ross, who, having been duly sworn accord ing to law, deposes and says that he is • lie Manager of the Denver Star, and that the following is. to the best of his knowledge and belief, a true state ment of the ownership, management (and if a daily paper, the circulation!, etc., of the aforesaid publication for the date shown in the above caption, required by the Act of August 24, 1912, embodied in section 443. Postal Laws and Regulations, printed on the re verse of this form, to-wit: 1. That the names and addresses of the publisher, editor, Managing edi tor. and business managers are: Publisher, Charles Trotter. 2139 Cur tis. Denver. Colo. Editor, Chas. S. Muse, 1221 Gaylord St. Associate Editor and Business Man ager. George G. Ross, 2344 Tremont Place. Denver. Colo. 2. That the owners are: (Give names and addresses of individual owners, or. if a corporation, give its name and the names and addresses of stockholders owning or holding 1 per cent or more of the total amount of stock.) Charles Trotter. 2139 Curtis St . Denver, Colo. 3. That the known bondholders, mortgagees, and other security hold ers owning or holding 1 per cent or more of total amount of bonds, mort gages. or other securities are: (if there are none, so state.) None. 4. That the two- paragraphs next above, giving the names of the own ers. stockholders, and security hold ers. if any. contain not only the list of stockholders and security holders as they appear upon the books of the company but also, iu cases where the stockholders or security holder ap pears upon the books of the company as trustee or in any other fiduciary relation, the name of the person or corporation for whom such trustee is acting, is given; also that the said two paragraphs contain statements em bracing afhianfs full knowledge and belief as to the circumstances and conditions under which stockholders and security holders who do not ap pear upon the books of the company ns trustees, hold stock and securities in a capacity other than that of a bona fide owner; and this affiant has no reason to believe that any other person, association, or corporation has any interest direct or indirect in the said stock, bonds, or other securities than as so stated by him. 5. That the average number of copies of each issue of this publica tion sold or distributed, through the mails or otherwise, to paid subscrib ers during the six months preceding the date shown above is (This information is required from daily publications only.) GEORGE G. ROSS, Sworn to and subscribed before me this 9th day of October. 191 H. ALEXANDER A. WALLER, My commission expires Aug. 9, 1920. Hear the “Songbirds,” presented by Shorter’s Usher Club., Oct. 24th, 1918, at Shorter Church. Everybody come; it’s a grand treat. Big surprise ahead. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas. Mary Skin ner and son, Mrs. M. L. Willis, mo tored down to Lake Emrauch last week to visit Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Rob bins. Spent a good time and report good crops. Have you sent our boys any papers, letters, or cards to cheer them this week? If not, why not? They are vearning for home news. DO IT NOW. Send a postal weekly. Friends of Mrs. Irene R. May will surprised to learn of her marriage on September 25th to Mr. H. B. Krafft. of Chicago Mrs. Krafft expects to leave the 16th of November for Chi cago. her future home. Miss Marguerite Barbour has sup planted Mrs. Claire Smith, who re signed two weeks ago, as our city collector. Any courtesy shown her will be appreciated by the Star. HAIR. UNDER MME. JEBBIE CARTER’S BYBTEM. Mme. J. L Broussard, scientific scalp specialist and hair-grower, will serve you at your home or at her of r ce, 526 Galapogo. Prices reasonable, "•tlsfaction guaranteed. Phone South 4293 W. 7 -27-18. Mr. W. H. Pritchette, manager of 'he Industrial Realty Co.. 716 E. 26th Avenue, purchased the Hazel ranch In Deerfield Colony, and Is making great preparations to Improve it and make it his home. It is one of the best pieces of land in the Colony, located near the center of the settlement. Sev eral of the colony people are negotiat ing io buy In the vicinity. FOR SALE. For Sale—6-room press bricJ on V/% tots, modern, 2400 block Williams. Beauty. Call The Colored Am. L. A Realty, Champa 455, talk to Waller. Democratic candidate Tynan’s only qualification for the governor’s chair is that he has managed criminals in , the "pen.” g Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Gash are the proud parents of a baby boy, born Sunday, October 13th. This is our country! We have worked for it, we have suffered for it, we have fought for it; we have made its music, we have tinged its ideals, its poetry, its religion, its dreams; we have reached in this land our highest modern development and nothing, humanly speaking, can pre vent us from reaching here the full stature Df our manhood. Our country is at war. The war Is critl • ical, dangerous and world wide. If I th,is is OUR country, then this is OUR ' war. We must fight it with every . ounce of blood and treasure. —Crisis. Hon. James R. Noland, our friend j who helped the club ladles of the I state, who materially assisted the ' X. A. A. C. P.. and who secured the card from the civic and commercial ( body for the recent convention. He ; did what he could for us will you ! do as much for him? We are for him. | j So far as we have been able to j gather thetre ha» been only three deaths of the “flu" among us. I)r. Justina Ford is proudly wear ing a sinile of Joy over her successful array of babies. The bouncing baby girl to O. C. Coens and wife was our latest knowledge of the latest baby. For Sale—8-room red press brick, 1600 block Franklin street; fully mod ern. If you have $40<k call Colored American Loan A Realty, Champa 455 talk to Waller. Mr. Curtis M. Harris, who has been at Estes Park, has returned the very picture of health. Never has he look ed tnore healthy and robust. He is at Cammel’s Undertaking Parlors. FOR 8ALE. 160-acre ranch in the Dearfleld Col ony. Price attractive for quick action. The Colored-American Ix>an & Realty Co. Champa 455. To Trade —K. C. property, $3,500.00 value to trade for Denver property. Cal! Colored Am. . L. A .Realty, Champa 455. An 8-room, pressed brick, fully mod ern. near city, between Colfax and 17th Ave., $3,500. Colored-American I.nan & Realty Co. Champa 455. Deerfield Hotel—16 rooms for rent. 2130 Arapahoe St., call Colored-Ameri can Realty Co., Champa 455. Mon wulian H. Moore Republican candidate for Dtatrtct Judge. A fair and square Judge. The genius of preaching in truth In personality. Mighty is the written word of Ood, but the Word never con quered until it was made flesh. S»Si Nine $1000 Bonds WII.L. PROVIDE TwralF tliMMBd KM •» pbmm pboras • PHONE MAIN 6123 DAY OR NIGHT The Douglass Undertaking Co. J. It CONTEE, Pr«*. ft H«r. . _ ritv Pliom 7992 Incorporated and Bonded to tne i icy FRANKS. REED PoliuS * rrie * '* Embalaer Notary Public Parlor* 2745 We,ton Sl CALL Main 5 o s 7 MME JEFFERSON, Scientific Alterer and Ladies Tailor i 2642 California Streat The Hamilton National Bank 17th and Champa Streets PAYS 4 PER CENT ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS Member Federal Reserve Bank District No. 10, under supervision U. S. Government We carry a full line of Plough’s Black and White Toilet Articles The Atlas Drug Co. Incorporated Leaders in Prescriptions PHONE MAIN 875 2701 WELTON ST. yy ~pHARRY L. McCLAIN announces his ■ |\/_qw readiness to supply first class cars with LI Vtllx T careful, courteous and efficient chauf feurs at reasonable rates to the LAST LETTER in Service. Stand Phone Champa 5960 Golden West Cafe, 2741 Welton St. Residence 2933 Welton St. Phone Main 7752 Mme. M. L. Elliston CHIROPODIST 1505 East 16th Avenue Corns or Ingrowing Nalls Romovod at Your Homo Phone for Appointment. York 8340 W. A. JONES, M. D. H. J. M. BROWN President Treasurer A. A. WALLER. Manager Notary Public o The Colored American mJEm* Loan and Realty Co. office ’ 2636 Welton Street -—" Phone Champa 455 Mme. C. i. Walker’s Wonderful Hair Grower The Walker Scalp Treatments given by Mrs. B. G. Brooks, the only Walker Graduate of years’ experience in Denver. Work done by appointment. Phone York 4718-J. 2345 Ogden Street MODERN SPECIALTY MFG. CO = EXPERT HAIR STRAIGHTENING SATISFACTION GUARANTEED SIDNEY FLASCIASCOVITE, J. KING & COMPANY 2108 Larimer St. . Denver, Colo. . Patrons are requested to notify us if their paper fails to come promptly.