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SPRINGS Those desiring copies of The Statesman can purchase them at 216 Pueblo are, B. C. Woods son of Mrs. H. Simp son, is expected to arrive Saturday to visit his mother. The annual sermon of the Daugh ters of the Tabernacle was held at the People's M. E Church last Sunday afternoon. A large crowd was pres ent and an excellent sermon was de livered by the pastor, Rev. C. W. Holmes. Miss Pearl G. Lampton spent Sun day in Pueblo. Quite a number of ladies were in Pueblo last week attending the State Federation meeting. All report an excellent session, and the future suc cess of woman’s work in the state is assured. Mrs H Simpson who has been ill for the past week is much improved. Mesdames Vann and Willie Crofs of Salida, are visiting friends and rel atives in the city. They expect to visit in Denver before returning home. The Mason’s annual picnic will be held in upper Cheyenne Canon Thurs day June 29th ’OS. We are pleased to know that Mrs. Tillman condnues to show signs of improvement. She is now able to sit up for a short time each day. Wallie Simpson was over from Man itou last week. Messrs Burns, Powell and Taylor teachers in the St. Joseph, Mo , High School, are in Manitou to spend the summer. Miss Mary Ruffle of Lawrence, Rans , is in tbs citv to remain indefi nitely. J. T. Thrower of Cripple Creek, and Joseph Montier one of Denver’s mail carriers, are spending a few days this week taking in the sights around the city. Presiding Elder J. P. Watson, was in the citv this week. He reports the work < his district in good condition. He will attend the meeting of the Denver District Conference in Denver this week. Colorado Springs was well repre sented at the Federation of Colored Woman’s Clubs which was in session in Pueblo Thursday and Friday of last weak. All report that the gath ering was a pleasant and profitable one. The nextserslon will be held in Denver during June ’O6. Mrs. Mary Reed of Denver, is spending a few days in the city, the guest of Mrs. Cornell. THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO. Mrs. Jas. Hipshear of Albuquerque has been quite ill at the home of her mother Mrs. Bobb, for the past few weeks. Odd Newspaper Names. The names of American newspapers are a study In nomenclature. In Ar kansas are the Buzz Saw and the Sack Log; California, the Condor, the Wasp and the Tomahawk: Colorado, the Rattler, and Yesterday and To day; lowa, the Postal Card, the Unit, the Nucleus and the Firebrand; Ken tucky, the Salt River Tiger, the Push, the Boomer; Missouri, the Missing Link and the Cyclone; Nevada, the Rustler. Oklahoma rejoices in the Dinner Bell and the Plain People South Dakota has a Plain Talker. In West Virginia is the Irrespreslble. Missouri has the Crank and the En tering Wedge. Wyoming reads BUI Balon's Budget. As He Understood it. “During the taking of a religious census of the District of Columbia the past winter,” relates a representa tive from Tennessee, "a couple of young ladles who were engaged In the work slopped at my home on Caplto! Hill, and when the bell rang it was answered by the negro boy I brought from Tennessee with me. The ladles asked him: " ‘Will you please tell me who lives here?’ “‘Yessum; Mistah Johnslng.’ was the answer. “Ts he a Christian?' ** ‘No, ma'am. He’s er Congress man from Tennersee.' ” The Man Knows. Mrs. Crimsonbeak—A woman never knows what a man Is doing when he's out of her sight, but a man generally knows what a wroman Is doing. Mr. Crimsonbeak—That's right. A man Is always pretty sure that a woman is talking. To Make Hair Grow. For a stimulant to make the hair grow mix one part tincture of can' tharldes and three parts of castor oil, and rub this well Into the roots night and morning. Uncle Eben's Idea. “Some men," Bald Uncle Eben, “falls In life because (ley regards work merely as sumpin’ dat Interferes wlf •elr goln' flshln’."—Washington Star. First Victims of Insanity. The largest proportion of lunacy cases In London Is among the labor ing class. The class which comes next is that of clerks. They Know Their Husbands. Some women will believe things ii novels that their husbands couldn make stick with afTldavUs.—Oalvesti News. Phone Main 4956 w « w*" THE IDEAL PHARMACY DR. E. L. FAULKNER Manager 2J00 Arapahoe Street. Fresh Candies All flavors of Soda Nut Sundaes Brand new (dock of Druggists’ Sundries, Patent and Proprietary Remedies. Prescriptions filled at any hour of Night. Goods Delivered Anywhere. DR. FAULKNER and DR, COTTRELL. Proprietors. LADIES’ SPRING HATS! Are here-all the latest street and shirt waist styles ready to wear. THE HOWLAND MILLINERY CO. 16th 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. A SMALL PAPER OF PINS. Only the fool lies to his lawyer. Where there's a will there's away —to break It "Not available” also covers a mill tltude of sins. Speak only Rood of the dead. Thlnt what you pleaso. There are few ladders In the wel 1 where Truth lies. Many an actor manager Is known I>: the company he keeps. Fried Coffee Cakes. Dissolve one yeast cake In one quarter eup of lukewarm water and add three and three-quarters cups of milk that has keen scalded and cool ed. Add one-half level teaspoon of salt and two rounding tablespoons of sugar. Mix with flour enough to make a batter that will hold the spoon up right when pressed Into lt ( or what is termed a stiff batter. Cover and let rise over night. In the morning cut out spoonfuls and fry In deep, hot fat, like doughnuts. Serve with maple sirup. Minnesota Forest Reserve. The Minnesota forest reserve slant!* alone as the only forest reserve ever created by act of congress, not by presidential proclamation. Executive authority Is Ilmlnted to those public lands which have not been otherwise appropriated. “Water” Melons With Milk. A farmer living near Marseille*. Franco, has discovered that by "watering" bis melons with milk they will grow to twice their ordinary size. He carries off all the melon prizes at local agricultural shows. Relics of President Jackson. Greenville C. Smith of Ipswich has presented the Maine Historical society with Home interesting relics of Presi dent Andrew Jackson. The relics con sis of a lock of hair cut from the head of President Jackson a few hours be fore his death, a letter from John Ap pleton of the navy department and the commission as brigadier general of John W. Smith of Portland, signed by President Jackson, and countersigned by H. 13. Taney, then secretary of the treasury.