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COLORADO’S GREATEST RACE PAPER
News from all parts of the State. LA JUNTA, COLO. Mas. Josie Rucker of Cripple Creek is in the city. Rev. and Mrs. Harris left Monday for Pueblo to attend the District Con ference. Mrs. J. W. Marshall and Miss Beatrise Taylor spent Thursday in Rocky Ford. Mesdames Greene and \\. E, Davis spent Friday in Rocky Ford attend ing the carnival fair J. W. McAdow of Denver was in the city Thursday night enroute home from Las Vegas. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Worthy died Thursday. Master Earl Gross of Rocky Ford spent Sunday as the guest of Master H. Wilson. Mrs. Edw. Tyler entertained a nnm ber of young people at her beautiful home Sunday. R. b. Williams, the tailor, has sold his stock to Mr. Taylor of Harrisburg Pa. Mr. Taylor is an example for our young men More business and enterprise is what we need to help the race. Last Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Davis were made the re cipients of many articles in the line of granite goods. A surprise was gotten up by Mrs. M. Greene, Mr. and Mrs. Davi« having just moved in to their new home. After a few games of whist refreshments were served. Owing to the neglect of insufficient teachers the little ones were much dis appointed last Sunday, ft is to be hoped that such will not occur again. We should be careful what steps to take for the advancement of these lit tle ones who are to take our places. We should remember that the desti ny of the Negro is with babes of to day. 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 aud stomach diseases, such as headache, biliousness, cos tiveness, etc. Guaranteed at James Hullinger\ Co drug store, 23d and Larimer Sts. Try them. THE STATESMAN, DENVER. COLORADO. CRIPPLE CREEK, COLO. [ J. T. Thrower went down to Den j ver Thursday. 0. Kaud arrived in the camp last week from Telluride. Airs. Priscilla Clay, also Mist Nel lie. were indisposed last week. Prince Paris and Miss Dollie Wil liam* were quietly married last week. Children’s Day service at Handy Chapel last Sunday was interesting. The collection was more than SIO.OO. Mrs. S. W. Pennington of Bull Hill and G. W. Cotwell of Victor, at tended services at Handy Chapel Sun day. Mrs. Cornelia Martin left Sunday for Pueblo. She will represent Han dy Chapel Sunday School at the Dis trict Convention. Rev. Brown is also in attendance. The Bodies Art Club met with Mrs. Canty last week. After spending two hours at needle work the ladies enjoyed a dainty two course luncheon They met this week with Mr*. Harry Dean. Mesdames Pope Blue and Cho teau will give an ice cream and strawberry social at the Cosy Cafe, Tuesday evening for the benefit of Handy Chapel. SILVERTON, COLO. Many strangers are in Silverton for the summer. Mr. Davis will leave soon for the gold fields. Mr. Hamilton of Boulder is in the city for an indefinite stay. Mr. Ed Washington and wife o. Durango, are in the city for an indef inite stay. Mr. anil Mrs. Palmer arrived from Durango and will make Silverton their home. They are living at 1025 Snowden ave. Kev. Sanders organized the church Sunday night with great success. He is negotiating for the little frame building recently vaoated by the Cath olics. A committee of ladies met Tuesday evening and organized a Sewing Circle fleeting Mrs, Bryant, President; Mri, Warfield, Secretary; Mrs. Brown, Treasurer. Kev. Smith, pastor of Emery Mission, Durango, I conducted serricen Suedey. The I collection was sls BOULDER COLORADO. Miss Pansie Johnson of Denver, is the guest of Mrs. A. J. Stevens. Also Miss Lillie Clay of Fort Collins. Mrs. Jones is visiting with Miss Lavia Johnson this week. Miss Genevieve Hallowell spent Sunday in the city. Mrs. Mary White entertained the Sewing Circle last Thursday. A de lightful lunch was served. The Sunday School will give a lawn social Friday night at the parsonage to defray delegates’ expenses to the District Conference. Mrs. Hall entertained at dinner Sunday Mrs. L. Richards and Mrs, M Wilson. Mrs. W. Hall spent Sunday in Den ver visiting her'son, Frank Hall. The Sewing Circle met with moth er Wallace Thursday. MesdamesJ Craig andj [Crosswhite left for Denver last week to spend the summer. Children’s day was all to be desired at Allen Chapel Sunday. Through the management of Miss Lott, the children Tenderer! a delightful pro gram. Miss Ada Richards who has lieen attending Lincoln Institute, will be home next week to spend vacation with her mother. Best Way to Use Ice. Unless Ice Is artificially made from pure water it is better to chill the beverage by putting the pitcher or bot tle against the ice than to put cracked ice into the liquid; In this case the chill Is soon lost If glasses are Ailed even a minute or two before the meal Is served, A cold, well chilled custard Is almost as good as Ice on a hot day. In fact, a knowledge of what must be hot and what must be chilled counts for as much In common foods as In serving wines. Brown Bread for Sandwiches. Measure one cup of graham (lour, or wheat meal from which the course bran has been sifted, add one cup each of corn meal and rye meal, and sift all together. Add two-thirds cup of molasses, two cups of sour milk, and one-half level teaspoons of soda, and one-half letvel teaspoons of soda. Steam an hour and a halt in buttered one pound baking powder cans Cool and slice thin for sandwiches, Another Edition. "Where h»ve you been until this late hour?" asked the wife of a Hie ary man. when he came home in the wee small hours. "Oh. I've been sitting up with a ti. friend, ' replied the man, hangh ;g hat on the gas let. "If any one should ask you, deae don't forget to tell them that tha. Is the forty-fifth edition of that particular piece of your fiction." Island Disintegrates. German experts are becoming alarmed at the rapidity with which the cherished Island of Heligoland Is dl- Infegratlng. The sea does acme hat r.i hut not nearly so much as rain heat frost ami meltlne snow An a:r■ • n;i i Is to tie made to check the .i;e by means of pipes for catchlm: the water American Sunday Schools The United Stale* ha* 13!->17 S ■■ day schools, or more than hail tie number of tin entire world. Gibraltar Docks. Tlie new dock* In Gibraltar « Urge enough to hold the biggest ul In the British navy. Not Actuated by Generosity. A prec»iclous youngnUT of i year* Itvlng on the Park Slope, ban a little ■later, with whom he IB compelled to divide his glfta, very much to hi dl« like. The little girl generally cornea out at the small end of the horn, and therefore, when, one day recently, he wan noticed eating the smaller of two applies that had been given to him. It excited the comment of hi* mother. "How did you hapepn to give El In the big apple and keep the little one for yourself? Mamma 1h glad to mc her little boy growing generous.’ "There was a worm in the hlg one. - nonchalantly replied Johnny.—Brook lyn'Eagle. In With a Plunge. "I wlMh to enter and take an active part. In the battle of life. What woni you advise me to do?" "Get married." wrote the editor f the "replies andd Queries" r i HouHton Post. NO SECRET ABOUT IT. It is do secret that for (’tits. Hums, Ulcers, Kevsr Sores, Sore Kyea, Boils, etc., nothing is so effective as Buck len's Arnica Salve. "It didn't take long to cure a itad sore I had, and it is all 0. K. for sore eyes,” writes D. L. Gregory of Hope, Texas. 2lic at James Hullinger & Co, drugstore, 23d and Larimer Sts.