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Pueblo is experiencing some spring
Miss Thornton was down from Col
orado Springs Sunday.
Mrs. Virginia Smith is down from
Denver i isiting with her pa rents. Rav.
and Mrs. J. P. Watson.
Mrs. Holland is able to lieonl again
after l>eing confined to her home since
New Year’s night.
Mrs. Phillips of lowa is visiting her
daughter. Mrs. Beulah Baker and
sister in law, Mrs. J. P. Watson.
Re-. J. C. C. Owens, who took a
trip to Kansas City to see a sick sister
returned Thursday of last week. Mrs.
Owens was called to Denver this
week to the Iredside of a sick aunt.
Persons having items for The
Sxitr.sMAS will send the same to 1124
loth St. A posta I card will answer
the purpose.
Mrs. Anderson of Denver and Mrs.
Wilson of Creed, who have l>een vis
iting Mrs. C. Maloney, have returned
to their homes.
Alliert Tolliver is slightly improved
after six months confinement to his
I red with rheumatism. C. P. Wil
liams is able to Ire out again after an
attack of lagrippe.
Three little girls came to the home
of Rev, and Mrs. Brays,of the A. M.
K. Church, Bessemer, last Tuesday
evening. It is seldom that a Method
dist minister is so abundantly blessed
at one time.
Rev. Hardy of the Bessemer Baptist
Church is in the midst of a revival
and many wandering ones are being
gathered into the church. Aliout 20
candidates were Imptized Sunday af
ternoon at the Slh Street Baptist
Church the result of a revival at that
,1. W. Young is able to be around
again after two months illness of
pneumonia. He and his wife take
this method of thanking Sunrise
Ixidge, No. 3, Phythagorss Lodge
Lodge, No. 3, Leadvilie, membeis oi
the A. M. E. Church, and the friends
In general for their kind devotion in
their hour of need.
■ W. C. T. T. held its first platfr m
meeting Thursday evening of last
week at St. John's Church. A pajrer
by Mrs North, "The Father in the
Home," led to a discussion bv the la
dies. Refreshments were served.
H. T, Brown of Salida, and Miss
Alma Hart of Pocatella, Idaho, and
who were recently married in LaJuk
ta. stopped in this city to visit friends
They are < nronte to Wellsville where
they will make their home. The con
tracting parties are from Missouri and
came to Colorado from Garden City,
Kans. Mrs. Brown is a sister of Mrs.
J. O. Robinson of Pocatella,and Mrs.
Thos. Carney of LaJunta.
Hast Sunday was quarterly meeting
at St. John’s Church. Presiding El
der Watson preached iu the morning
and Rev, Bragpf Bessemer in the af
ternoon when the communion was ad
ministered. In the evening the Moth
er’s Club held a platform meeting
conducted by the president. Mrs. J.
P. Watson. The program consisted
of several interesting pipers which
was closed by a brief address by Rev.
Watson. Much can lie said of the
broad-mindedness of l!ev. .1 C. C.
Owens along the line of woman’s
work, the home culture of mothers
and the loyally of husbands and fatb
ers to their homes and families. The
Christian Endeavor is marker) for its
large attendance and devoted interest.
Rev. Owens is president.
No Executions In Switzerland.
Capital punishnunt still exists in
Switzerland, but all death sentences
imposed within the last half century
have been commuted.
A Pittsburg t.;. bi says Adam was a
myth. But there i •. t have been a
flrst man some ! >nd somewhere.—
Buffalo Express
God's Love e Beautiful.
(tod approves lln unifying if not,
why did lie take such areat pains
to make the liny snowflake so fragile
and perfect?
It would have been incradilbe bru
tality it Chas F. Lerab?rger, ol Syra
cuse, N. V., had uol done the beat he
could for hia suffering sou. “My
boy," he says, “cut a fearful gash
over his eye, so I applied Buckleu's
Arnica Salre which quickly healed if
and saved his eye," Good for burns
aud ulcers too. Only 25c at James
Huliiuger Co., drug store.
' jJISi Hk, Information Wanted of Jesse Ross
Wanted—Information of a long lost
'iiii brother who left Springfield. III., in
flsp i 1881, coming to Denver with a hotel
’ffiUtT'i *•* man ' l® av * D f> h>s only sister. Miss
<f- 'W yi I i Louisa Ross.
* * A I Any information of his whereabouts
"J. X , will be thankfully received with re
i %' M ward. Address all imformation to
' "i * M this office, or Mrs. Louisa Ross Dnu
nigan, 3912 short Larimer st.. Denver.
> Topeka Industrial and Educational Institute >
Five teachers from that famous institution. The ONLY NON
SECTAEIAN school for Negroes of the West. A school of . J
Christian Culture.
Normal. Normal Preparatory, Agricultural, Indus
trial. Business, Music and Military Science.
Carpentry, Painting, Printing, Book binding, Tail
oring. Sewing, Dress making, Laundrying, Bask
etry. Domestic Science, Agriculture in its various
phases. Stenography, Typo-writing, Agricultural
and Mechanical Drawing.
Expenses reasonable. Self help encouraged. Very
careful attention given home training of young
women. Rigid discipline maintained. Farm of
106 acres. Location and sanitation the very best
Endorsed by ministers of every denomination
The Fall Term begins Tuesday Sept. 3. Try to be
present the opening day. For further informal n address] f
WM. R. CART ER President,
Topeka T Kas

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