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COLORADO’S GREATEST RACE PAPER
News from all parts of the State. MANITOU NEWS. J. W. Cayne ot Rose Hill, Kans., arrived Friday. Frank Suggs was taken suddenly ill Monday. Mrs. Julia J. Manuel of Denver was the guest of iMrs. Stone over Sunday. Wo are pleased to note that the leading hotels are employing colored help. Messrs. Jackson and Bryant of Bat tle Creek, Mich, who arrived here some weeks ago, left Tuesdoy for Salt Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Turner and Robert Palmer of Omaha arrived Tuesday. The former are stopping with Mrs. Weston Mr. and Mrs. George Redlield of Colorado Springs, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Robinson Sun day. Messrs. Mrdison and Irvine of Kan sas City, and James Anderson of Al buquerque are again in our midst. Mesdames Emma Davis and Flor ence Crockett of Pueblo are at the bedside of little Beatrice Montgom ery, who lies very ill at the residence of Miss Patterson. Dr. E. W. Lampton of Washington, accompanied by his daughter of Col orado Springs, called on Mrs. Hub bard Saturday. The Doctor was highly elated ove" the beautiful scen ery ami spring water in our little London. Messrs. Jerry Campbell and Robt. Long of Cumberland Co. X. C., have opened a restaurant opposite the D, AR. G. depot. A call at their place of business will convince you of their experience as restaurateurs. The first meeting of the Tanner Lyceum will be held at Embry Mis sion Monday evening. Mrs. Eel Wes ton will preside and officers will be elected. It is hoped that a large number will be out and take an active part. A BAD SCARE. Some day you will get a bad scare, when you feel a pain in your bowels, and fear appendicitis. Safety lies in Dr. King’s New Life Pills, a sure cure for all bowel and stomach diseases, such as headache, biliousness, cos tireness, etc. Guaranteed at James THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO. Hullinger &Co drug store,'23d aad Larimar Sts. Try them. GLENWOOD SPRINGS. TO THE PUBLIC: You are cordially invited to attend the entertainment given by the Smart Set Club on Strawberry L)ay. June 17,1905, at Dougan’s Hall on Grand avenue. Luncheon and dancing. Geo. Kinney, Pres. D. C. Woodson, Vice. NO SECRET ABOUT IT. It is no secret that for Cuts, Burns, Ulcers, Fever Sores, Sore Eyea, Boils, etc., nothing is so effective as Buck len’s Arnica Salve. “It didn’t take jong to cure a bad sore I bad, and it s allO. K. for sore eyes,” writes D. L. Gregory of Hope, Texas, line at James Hullinger .X Co. drugstore, 23J and Larimer Sts. BOULDER COLORADO. Airs. White will entertain the Sew ing Circle this week. The election of officers of the Allen League will occur next Sunday. All members are requested to attend. Mrs, Bryant entertained the Sew ing Circle most charmingly last Thursday. A delightful lunch was served. The visitors were: Mesdaraes Banks and Stevens. All had a good time. Mrs. Slyvia Willis the wife of Win. Willis, died Monday night of fright and worry. It was during the severe storm when a perfect river poured down 12th St. Her residence at 1644 12th St. is just under the brow of Uni versity Hill. Here she was with her family Monday night when the tor rent came. She was told to take her valuables out of the house, and went into the bed room. She suddenly turned and said she could not get her breath. In fiye minutes she was dead. She leaves a husband and son Ray mond, who is well known as a local musician. She was 58 years old. The funeral was held Thursday afternoon from the A. M. E. Church by Kev. Lane. LA JUNTA, COLO. Miss E, V. 0. .Johnton spent Satur (lay and Sunday in Rooky Ford, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. (j, W. Uross. G. W. Gross was in the city lasi week on business. Mrs. W. E. Davis will soon leave for her homo in Emporia, Kans., to spend the summer. Mesdatnes J. .Harris and Garnett are reported sick. Mrs. J, \V. Marshall contemplates going to Colorado Springs no a visit. The Dramatic Club is preparing another play *o be presenter! soon. La Junta almost experienced a flood. Last Thursday it looked as if the rain would never cease. G. H. Jefferson and brother of San Bernardino, Cal.,are the guest of their sister, Mrs. Roltt. Worthy. Mr. Scott of Las Vegas, was in our city a few days last week. Gaed Williams of Denver is spend ing awhile in our city. C, H. Mason and C. A. Cooley o Kansas City are in the city. Mr. and Mrs. Coleman of Kansas City have moved to the city. H. A. Badgett and family have moved on Granada St. CRIPPLE CREEK, COLO. A. H. Waddy was in the Springs recently on business. Lee Reed of Colomlo Springs is shaking bands with friends. C. A. Pilgrim and wife spent Sun day in Canon. Mrs. Eugene Doty came up from the Springs and w ill resale in Victor. 11. Graves of Victor is spending the week in Denver with his family. Mrs. Robert Wagner is in Colorado Springs this week. Mrs. C. A, Williams of California is the guest of J. T. Thrower and wife this week. Mosdames Clay, Williams ami Can tey wont over the High Line to Bull Hill sightseeing Wednesday. Mrs. 0. Rand returned from Tellu ride and is the guest of her mother. Mesdames McCullough, Dean. Can tey, Williams, Pennington and Throw er were visiting in Victor Monday. Miss Nellie L. Brown, daughter of Rev. Brown is expected this week from Texas, Rev Brown spent several days re cently at the Geisman’s ranch. Rev. Reynoles, who has been in the camp for several weeks, has returned to Pueblo. Mrs. llarkles ami sou, Edward, of Pueblo, returned last week and will spend the summer. Mrs. Gilbert Buford entertainer! at dinner Sunday, Mesdames Thrower and Cantey. Mrs. Sarah Pennington of Colora •- v,.i- 111 the camp last we, k Mn. Lulu Underwood of Rich mond. Mo., who has l>een visiting in the Camp, is now sightseeing in Colo rado Springs. Mesdames McCullough. Thrower and Canty entertained in honor of Mesdames Earl and Pennington of the Springs. Flinch was the herding game for the evening. A two course luncheon was served. The dining room was lieautifuly decorated in ' snow lulls. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Dean. Mesdames Pennington ami Earl, Messrs. Milton, Colwell. McCullough,Canty,Thrower, A. H. and S E. Waddy. The ladies have returned to their homes. GIN BELOW THE VINEGAR. Sailors’ Smart Trick Deceived Officers for a Month. While od the China station in 1886 the master-at-arms’ mess on the U. H 8. Omaha was In a drunken and de moralized condition for several weeks. Try as he might, the captain could not discover where the liquor was com ing from. Finally ail shore liberty was stopped, but the drunkenness did not cease. On the morning of sailing, while the executive officer was near the port gangway watching the taking in of stores, he asked what was in a large demijohn that came over the side with boxes and packages. He was (old that it was vinegar. He pulled the cork ami sniffed it. It was vinegar. Then his attention was at tracted by the lag, marked “master alarms’ mean/* and remarking that the mess must be using vinegar for bathing, as he had already seen the same demijohn brought aboard twice within that week, he ordered the offi cer of the deck to inspect It carefully and taste it. Ho did; it was vinegar. That officer, however, noticed that the jug had an unusually long neck. He poured out a small quantity of vine gar and discovered an extra cork in the bottom of the neck. Below tbat were three gallons of gin. The vine gar between the corks bad served to deceive the Inspecting officer at the gangway for a month.