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SPRINGS Those desiring copies of Tue Statesman can purchase them at 216 Pueblo are. Mrs. Ed Noble aud sou left Tues day for Phreaix, Ariz. Rev, Tillman is spending this week with friends in Chicago. On tha sick list this week are: Lu cuis Ramsey, Mesdames Jane Moore, and Lurenia Bell. Mrs. Tillman is recovering from an operation for a felon, performed by Dr. Grant about 10 days ago. Mrs. Marcella Brown left Wednes day for Albuquerque, N. M., where she goes to join her husband. Rev. Rice spent the week in Den ver. He left Friday for St Louis where he will visit a son and daugh ter. The Forum was well attended last Sunday and an interesting meeting was held. Wm. Proctor was the pre siding officer. Rev. T. 3. DeC lei land spoke at Payne Chapel Sunday morning in the absence of the pastor. M iss Mildred Johnson is serving an i apprenticeship at one of the finest hairdressing parlors in the city. Sunday is quarterly meeting at Payne Chapel. Presiding Elder Wat son will be present and the public is invited to attend. George Samuels and wife of Indi ana and Mr. and Mrs, Guy of Boston are in the city to remain. They are slapping with T. J. Manley. The Grant Lyceum meets Tuesday night to complete its organization. This organization will afford much amusement and Ire of great b< nefit to those who attend the meetings. Frank Jones and Mrs. Louisa Dav is are delegate and alternate to the Sunday School Convention which con veues in Pueblo. .Mr. Jones is one of our High School graduates. A large delegation from this city is expected to attenil the Business League meeting in Denver next week. Mrs Lou Hunley, who has bes-i at t -nding the Dallas Missionary Train iug School at Dallas, Texas, is ex ported home soon. Miss Mary Johnson, a former resi dent of this city and a member of St. J ihu's Church, died at Garden City, K ins., last Tuesday. John Smith, formerly of Manitou, lies quite ill from the effects of a par alytic stroke which he suffered lasi THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO. week. G. A. Roach came down from Den ver Tuesday, and contemplates taking up permanent residence. The annual s»rmon of the U B, F., and S. M. T., will be preached at St. John’s Church Sunday afternoon at 1 o’clock. Rev. Anderson will ad dress the Order. Dr. E. W. Lampton, Financial Sec retary of the A. M. E. connection has been visiting his daughter, Miss Pearl this week. She will accompany him to Denver next week where he will ad dress the Negro Business Men’s League. Services at St. John’s Church were well attended last Sunday. The mis sion program at 3 o’clock was very interesting and attracted a large crowd. The Sewing Circle is prepar ing for a Mid Summer Fair and Car nival to Ire held next month. The la dies will have on sale many useful and fancy articles. Mrs. Daugherty served refreshments at the meeting of the Circle Thursday afternoon in the church parlors. The cantata, “The Two Ways,” which was given under the manage meat of Mrs. Tillman a short time ago, will be repeated for the benefit of the Sunday School and Christian Endeavor. No pains will be spared to make this a very successful affair and a large crowd is expected. Next Thursday the Twentieth Ceu ury Reading Club will give a Living Picture entertainme ,t for the purpose of defraying the expt-nfe of delegate to the State Federation meeting in Pueblo. Mrs. Julia Emery is dele gate, Mrs. Hurley alternate. Dele gates from the W. C T. L'„ Mrs. Liz zie Watson, Mrs. Rovjt. Fleming; al ternates, Airs. Holmes, Mrs. Hender son. ■i'J'lie following is a beautiful tribute to the memory of Howard Gladden who died April 25, 1905, by Eva Car ter Buc tnor of this city: A LESSON OF PATIENCE. Once before the angel of death drew near, To take this promising boy, But unwilling the parents to let him 5* For he was their pride and joy. And with anxious friends they knelt in prayer, And prevailed on the Afasetr his life to spare. They could not’prayas they’d oft Ire fore, ‘•Oh, God, Thy nil! be done!”— But, “Spare the boy!” in grief they cried; He was spared—the victory won, But, oh, the victory! For six long years They looked on their answered prayer in tears. But the noble lad with his brilliant mind, Could patiently suffer and wait; He had faith in God, could trust his word, And lean on His promises, strong and great, He was never heard to sigh or com plain, Though his once cherished hopes he knew were in vain. He loved to read of the sufferings of Christ, The afflictions of Job also; From them gained strength his bur dens to bear This cloud that hung so low. And he found more pleasure in his pathway, Than we who grumble from day to day. To see with what patience he bore his pain, That alone would lighten one’s cares. He was ever thoughtful of those un saved, And for them he lent his prayers. To his comrades his I Headship was ever true, And he'd often sav, “I'm praying for you.” His life a lesson to all would teach A lesson of patience and trust; That God knows best, if we can't un derstand, But lean ou His promise we must, fen to the end, Howard whispered these words— “l am trusting," then look his flight as ih i birds. LADIES’ SPRING HATS! Are here-all the latest street and shirt waist styles ready to wear. THE HOWLAND MILLINERY CO. J 6th Street opposite Daniels & Fisher MRS. NANNIE KING. Prop. The Little Cottage Dining Room. 1936 Arapahoe Street. Surpassing Cuisine--Quick Service-Three Meals daily--Regular Dinner at Noon, Special Sunday Dinner from 12 to 3 p. m. WHY NOT BUY YOUR LIQUORS OF ED LEWIN The Louisville Liquor House, 24th and Larimer street, is headquarters to buy the best and cheapest in the city Telephone 1396, Ed Lewin, proprie tor. Sole agent for Eastern distil leries and Santa Kosa vineyard. All other houses are left in the shade He has no rent to pay so be can and will sell cheaper than ever. Give hi call. THE World’s Fair Route ■Hm!* OFFERS THE BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE TO ST. LOUIS. The Frisco system traverses THE FOLLOWING STATES; Illinois Indiana Mississippi Kansas Arkansas Tennessee Alabama Missouri Oklahoma Indian Ter. Texas. THE SOUTHEASTERN LIMITED, I/*nrlnc Kiuisim City nt 0.30 p. m. dally, will inkn iron to |»| t MrmphU, )llrmliiKhnm, Atlnnio, •>*** k*nnvtile noil nil point* in Uw> Koullipust, >.ir«i||«iit mmlplo nil point* Worth, Fn«t, Month, >onlln-;»«t aml Mouth* Went. For dfUUnd in format lon, apply (0 9 G. W. MARTIN, GINOUi Aocnt. Dcnvcr. col. C. DRAKE. Oibt. Pabvr Acxnt. • ait Laac Citt. Utah. T. A. JOHN. 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