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FOR THE HAIR
No More DANDRUFF WHY NOT GROW YOUR HAIR? no raore Falllna Hair «FORE USING WAS 6 INCHEB LONG. no more Itchy Scalp . • no more Tetter , no more Eczema Gives Health to Scalp. Promote* Long, Fluffy - . MADAM JESSIE WONDERFUL GROWING , Temple at ~ ■ -,<\ r‘ -,v: Drug store. and Washing ton streets, 21st and Arapahoe . - J* *: . ■ Atlas Drug Store. 2Tth and Welton - • agents wanted ;, ■ Enclose 3c stamp for reply to letters. •I f 1 AFTER USING 2 YEARS IS NOW 2761 Glenarm Street, Denver, Colo. 22 INCHEB LONG. j e J Phone Chamoa 865 Mme Jessie Carter Scientific Scalp Specialiet LEARN EFFICIENCY The DeNeal Modern Method of BEAUTY CULTURE AND HAIR GROWING Your success asuured with either Race with the DeNEAL DI PLOMA. Madam Dishman, Authorized Instructress Send 3 cents Stamp for Reply Comb'ngs made Up Special Scalp Treatment “Denelo, ” a real Hair Grower, stops itchy scalp and falling hair, nourishes the roots, increases circulation, refreshes and invigorates, giving an abmindant growth. NO STRAIGHTENING OIL needed with “Denelo”—the straightener and grower all in one. MME. DISHMAN Phone York 1377 J 2439 GILPIN STREET II Its In The Hair Line See Me PHONE YORK /292-M MME. GENEVIEVE CHAPMAN Sc tip Spvci slist, 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 scalp--dandruff, eczema and it;h. 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 fjjjj- DON’T BUY || Ready Made Clothes J) When you can procure Genuine \ Tailored Garments for the same money. See me before buying that Suit or Overcoat. FRANK ELLIOTT 2248 Clarkson Phone York 4269-J Whist Tables Cigais and Tobacco. Soft Drinks Phone Main 8428 Comfort Pool and Billiard Parlor CLARK, Manager 2801 Welton St. Denver, Colo] W. H. PritcWette S. A. Bondarant Charles Trotte Industrial Realty Co. W. H. PHITCHSTTE, M’g’r SALES, RENTALS, AND INVESTMENTS 716 East 26th Avenue Phone York 4801 Dcorar, Colorado I LEARN HAIRDRESSING Weaving and making up hair in any forpi. Special attention given to the scalp. Learn it all for $lO.. Use the REAL HAIR GROWER. It positively will grow short hair Tong, 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 SOcts. WORK DONE BV APPOINTMENT WINNIE ANDERSON Phone York 8127-W 2237 Washington CITY NEWS DENVER WOMAN * ENERGETIC WAR WORKER. Last spring when the War Savings Stamp Drive was on, Mrs. R. B. An derson. who is a member of the Coun ty Council of Defense, received a let ter of commendation from Provost Marshall Jno. Evans for selling ijiore than a thousand dollars worth of stamps for Uncle Sam. During the Fourth Liberty Loan drive, Mrs. Anderson was asked by the Liberty Lond Committee to take charge of three lieutenants and work her district. As captain she reported the sale of one thousand dollars worth of Liberty Bonds sold during the' /drive. Mrs. Anderson is a taxpayer of this city, an energetic social service work er and a strong backer of Uncle Sam. i In a very modest way Mrs. Ander son admitted to the Star reporter her work, but insisted that she was sim oly trying to do her bit to help win \he war and prove the Negroe’s love to his country. T. S Williams and Mr. Gauze of the William Dixie “Jazz” Band has just returned from an extensive trip with the celebrated company of entertain ers from the various parts of the state where they have made good. Mr. Williams feels proud of his com pany and his success. Mr. Gauze, who is accompanying Mr. Williams, visiting the city and friends of Denver, brings much credit and personnel to the Williams Co., as he was .once famous with the* late -Williams & Walker” Co., and has been connected with others of great reputation since that time. if the bane is lifted from the city in time Mr. Williams will open at Fern Hall next week. Announcements will be made letter. Located in the Five Points business district, and commanding the special interest of all who are interested in the welfare of Colorado’s innumerable colored citizens and property owners, qre the headquarters of the Colored 'lepublican Camapign Committee, oc j upying the four beautiful office rooms \n Fern Hall. The Hoard of Directors and Office Staff, consist of several of our most prominent citizens, who will be more than glad to have you call at the head ouarters and see the creditable work they are doing. 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. The Star desires to announce that Mrs. M J. Franklin of 2450 Tremont Place has purchased a lovely cottage in Montclair, to be used for a con sumptive Home for the Colored peo ple who find it hard to secure accom modations elsewhere. Have you sent our boys any papers, letters, or cards to cheer them this week? If not, w’hy not? They are yearning for home news. 1)0 IT NOW. Send a postal weekly. Y. W. C. A. NOTES. It is probable that the restrictionos against public meetings will he raised next Monday. We are looking for ward to interesting 'Club meetings again. Mrs. Marie Oneal and Miss Chap man are registering women and girls for the gymnasium class which will he held on Friday nights this year. The children’s gym class will be held Friday afternoons at 4 o’clock. Tbo membership committee is ask ing for renewul of memberships. Mrs. Frank Q. Gaines and son were compelled to suddenly depart for Washington. I). C.. on the account of the serious illness of her mother, Mr*. Gaines, who has the sympathy of the community. HAIR. UNDER MME. JESSIE CARTER'S BYBTEM.* Mme. J. L. Broussard, scientific scalp specialist and hair grower, will serve you at your home or at her of fice, 526 Galapogo. Prices reasonable, satisfaction guaranteed. Phone Souttr 4293 W. *-27-16. FOR BALE. Deerfield Hotel—l 6 rooms for rent. 2130 Arapahoe Bt., call Colored-Amerl* can Realty Co., Champa 465. An 8-room, pressed brick, fully mod ern, near city, between Colfax and 17th Ave., $3,500. Colored- American Loan & Realty Co. Champa 456. For Sale—s-room press brick on lots, modern, 2400 block Williams. Beauty. Call The Colored Am. L. A Realty, Champa 455, talk to Watlar. 160-acre ranch In the Dearfleld Col ony. Price attractive for quick action. The Colored-Amerlcan Loan A Realty Co. Champa 455. For Bale—B-room red press brick, 1600 block Franklin street; fully mod ern. If you have S4OO eall Colored American Loan A Realty, Champp 465 talk to Waller. To Trade —K. C. property, $3,500.00 value to trade for Denver property. **al* Am. .L. A .Realty, Champa 485. I Mr. Sam E. Cook, an old time Den verite, dropped in on us to see how we .were getting along Sunday atfernoon sand left Monday afternoon. While on the train he received the sad news that his sister in Hannibal, Mo., had died with the influents. His short stay in Denver among his friends was highly appreciated by all who niet him: especially the office force. The churches being closed, yet he man aged to get around and visited with Many Shorterites. He reports his fam ily as being well. Hon. James R. Noland, our friend who helped the club ladies of the state, who materially assisted the N. 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. FOR SALE Leaving the city, will sell my cleaning j and pressing and shoe shining par ' lor, cheap, at 1736 Champa St. Good palyng business. —J. S. Mason. Prop. lt-10-26. Champa 413. Y. M. C. A. NOTES. I Secretary Bell is taking advantage : of the lull in business caused by the closing order o fthe Board of Health to look up a lot of men who are delin quent in their membership dues, with u view to getting them to pay up at once and finish the business. And the men are responding splendidly. He Is also meeting with success in enrolling and securing pledges of men who have not joined heretofore. At the end of the month just *'ast the membership ; was 252. This L. a gain of over two hundred per cent since last December. The regular activities will begin as early as possible after the lid has been lifted. Both religious and social ac tivities have been planned# and will be brought on as speedil} as possible. The influenza has not daunted the spirit of the croquet lovers. * On the contrary it seems to have fostered it. Every afternoon when the weather is good a large and enthusiastic group gathers on the grounds, and the sound of th«* mallets against the balls can be heard a half block away. A large number of new men has taken up the game, some of them remarkably clever players. All the ‘‘fans" are glad to see King back again after being laid up for a few days with Spanish influ enza. Dr. I). E. Over will address the first Sunday afternoon meeting that will be held after the lifting of the quarantine. All men and friends are requested to hold themselves in readiness for that great meeting. 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 ideal?, its poetry, its religion, its dreams; we have reached in this land our highest modern development and nothing, humanly speaking, can pre vent ut from eventually reaching here the full stature of our manhood. Our country Is at war. The war Is crltl ical, dangerous and world wide. If th|is is OUR country, then this is OUR war. We must fight It with every ounce of blood and treasure. —Crisis. Hon Julian H. Moore, Republican candidate for District Judge. A fair and square Judge. * PHONE MAIN 6123 DAY OR The Douglass Undertaking C<w< I. R. CONTEE, Ptm. • *«r. Plmm v«t 7992 Incorporated and Bonded to the City FRANKS. REED Polite Serric.^ Liceswd Embalaer Notary Public J^ICimSBIV Parlors 2745 Welton St CALL Main 5037 MME. JEFFERSON, Scientific Alterer and Ladies Tailor 2642 California Street The Hamilton NJational Bank 17th and Champa Street* PAYS 4 PER CENT ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS Member Federal Reserve Bank District No. 10, under supervision U. S. Government We carry a fall line of Plough’s Black and White Toilet Articles The Atlas Drug Co. Incorporated 1 Leaders in Prescriptions PHONE MAIN 875 2701 WELTON ST. HARRY L. McCLAIN announces hit . readiness to supply first class cars with L_ I V IZL I \ 1 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 Rsmovod 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 jgs. The Colored American y tmSr Loan and Realty Co. Office, 2636 Welton Street ?- it Phone Champa 455 Mme. C. J. Rafter’s Wonderful Hair Grower The Walker Scalp Treatments given by Mrs. B. C. Brooks, the only Walker Graduate of years’ experience in Denver. Work done by appointment. Phone|York 4716-J. 2348 Ogden Street MODERN SPECIALTY MFQ. CO. EXPERT HAIR STRAIGHTENING SATISFACTION GUARANTEED SIDNEY PLASCLASCOVITE, J. KING ft COMPANY 2105 Larimer St. - - Denver, Colo. Patrons are requested to notify us if their paper fails to come promptly.