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News from all parts of the State.
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 ail bowel and stomach diseases,
such as headache, biliousness, cos
tiveness. etc. Guaranteed at James
Hal linger Co, drug store. 23d and
Larimer Sts. Try them.
Mr. Berry has commenced some
improvements on his home.
Mrs. Berry leaves soon for a visit
with her sister in San Diego, Calif.
The young men are preparing fora
fishing party
Mr. Collinr of Fueblo has opened a
barber shop in our city.
Mrs. Nellie Clemins entertained
Mrs. J. W Rucker at dinner Sunday.
Mrs. Zack Badgelt entertained Mrs.
Frances Williamson at dinner Mon
Mr. and Mrs, H, A. Badgelt enter
tained at a theater party Monday ev
A number of ladies gave an inform
al tea in honor of Mrs. Garnett Mon
day evening.
Mrs. Robert W6rthv ami little
daughter left Tuesday for a visit with
relatives in Baldwin. Kaos.
Rev. and Mrs. Harris returned
Monday from Pueblo where they have
been attending conference.
James Scott made new improve
ments on his borne in East La Junta
at the cost SJKS. It promises to la;
the awellest home in town.
Rev. Spade, recently of the North
western University, Chicago, preach
ed Sunday evening. Rev. Spade is
here for the benefit of his health.
Many strangers are arriying and
will spend the summer in the Camp.
Miss Clora Rose, who has been
spending several weeks in the Springs
returned Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. McCullough
entertained at breakfast Saturday,
Revs, Watson and Brown.
Mrs. H. Clay entertained informal
y Monday for luncheon, Mesdames
Pennington, C. A. Williams, Revs.
Watson and Brown.
Rev. Watson held quarterly servic
es at Handy Cbapel Sunday. The at
tendance during the day was good.
Mr. and Mrs. Pennington of Btdl
Hill, Mr. and Mrs, Wagner and Cot
well of Victor, were in attendance.
Rev. Brown and Mrs. Cornelia Mar
tin returnee) Friday from Pueblo
where they went to attend the Dis
trict Coaference and Sunday School
Convention The members and
friends of Handy Chapel are glad to
learn that their financial report was
second to none.
The Columbine Art Club held a
pleasant meeting, Thumlay of lastl
week at the home of Mrs. Harry
Dean. After roll call the members
responded with quotations. Spring
(lowers were effectively used in beau
tifying the house. Refreshments were
served. The meeting this week was
held with Mrs. McCullough.
James Anderson is headwaiter at
the Iron Springs Hotel.
Miss Juanita Lloyd is spending a
few days with relative in Denver.
A, H, Ransom and wife of Pueblo
are stopping with Miss Patterson.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Singleton,
Messrs. Reed anil Russell spent Sun
day at Green Mountain Falls fishiug.
Mesdsmes McNeil and son, Hill,
Jones and Redick of the Springs
were visiting friends Sunday.
Mrs. Alice Jackson left Sunday for
Salt Lake to join her husband.
Charles Robinson and wife enter
tabled Mr. and Mrs, Frank Pierson
of Colorado Springs Sunday.
Miss Maggie Cheney of Bunkie,
La., arrived Wednesday to remain till
The new arrivals arc; Mrs. .Maggie
Allen, Nashville, Teuu.; Messrs. Pow
ell and Bums, St. Joe, Mo.; Mrs. Lu
lu Gordon, Win. Stone snd wife, Den
Rev. Tillman of Colorado Springs
held services Sunday afternoon at
Embry Mission which were well at
tended and thoroughly enjoyed.
Tanner Lyceum was well attended
last Monday evening and a number
of visitors became members. Through
the kindness of Messrs Harper auil
Singleton an organ has been secured
for the season. The Lyceum should
be well attended as some of the l>e»l
musical and literary talent are taking
part. Refreshments are server! at
each meeting.
Mrs. Lavinia Smith of Alamoao is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. James
Clay of 663 Concord ave.
Of Ccurso Vou Want
When going to Colorado Spring*.
Pueblo, Cripple Creek or to Texas,
then take the Colorado \ Southern.
Its not only the Short Line but oilers
superior service to these points. All
: trains fast and punctual.
Champion Mean Man.
Senator Sereno E. Payne of Auburn,
while at the R« publican headquarters
last week, says the New York Globe,
related an Instance told to him a f-.-w
weeks ago that (or meanness will be
hard to beat.
"A certain wealthy broker of Iloston
noted for his close fistedness sought In
a fit of generosity to recognize a small
service rendered him by one of Ills
, fellow-brokers. ‘Look here.’ said he,
‘Til stand you a lOcent cigar if we
meet later In the day.’ Just before the
closing of the market the two met on
the exchange.
“ 'Oh,* said the first broker. ‘I
haven’t had time to buy that cigar, hut
I’ll tell you what I'll do, old man. I’vo
got a 25-cent cigar In my pocket, and
If you’ll give me 15 cents It’s yours.’
It’s not recorded what the other
fellow said in reply,” added the sen
The Golden Legacy.
My mother has i" gold to share.
Nor land, nor nerd, nor no-rchandlse—
(My brother has her silken hair.
My • later has her azure eye*!>
To me she left no (orm-Unoei
That to the form or fare belong.
But oh. one gift J do puwq,. H ..
The blessed heritage of song!
Lone, long ago In cradle days
Her sweet voice would my heart be
When I could nothing do hut ga*o
Into the heaven of her smile!
I harried the songs In later years
Ami with her sang them o’er and
Oh. memory, thy lute and le*rs
Must meet and mingle evermore!
*Twas "Ilush, my hate”—as fades th«
I hear hCr softly, sweetly e/oon
Then "Afton Water." ’ Stilly Night,”
”Bancllwtlma.’’ and ’’Silver Moon”;
Bh‘* sang them with such lender art.
The art that only mothers know;
And tied the tur • mound my heart.
£ise It had broken long ago'
—Clarence Urmy In Upplncott's.
RU* and Full of the Confidence of T*ro
Two women had 11,000 to Invest, and
after talking to u broker lor two solid
hours bought a government bond be
cause It was safe. Next day they sold
It because It paid very littlo interest
and bought gos slock. That evening
some friend alarmed them by saying
that If the gas works blew up stock
wouldn’t be worth anything, so they
returned to the broker and swapped
for railway stock, which they returned
to him next day because the railways
might go Into the trust and stock
wouldn’t pay any dividends. Yet. they
bought Suspension Bridge bonds at
2:10 p. m. and were on hand at 6:20
a n. next day to pell them. Hadn't
slept all night. Hud Just heard about
the Brooklyn bridge. "Suppose a tor
nado should blow our bridge over,
what security would be left?" For
bridge bonds they secured an upper
eounty bond, and actually kepi from
worry for a whole week. Then they
swooped down on the poor broker and
had him sell them. He gave up his
clients. Then came a fine looking gen
tleman named Adams, from Dallas.
Texas. and wanted to borrow |l,0o0
at 10 per cent on his big ranch, and
would pay interest In advance. The
women trusted him. and now learn
that there are worse Investments than
gas. bridge, street and governments.
Adams Iwards at the expense of the
state of Texas and won’t answer any
communications from the fifty-odd
first mortgage holders on the name
piece of land.’-Cincinnati Enquirer.
"What would (ho advertisement
writer do without the sutlix 'lna’'
asked a man who studies advertise
nietiis. "We have long been used to
sheetings and pillow casings and even
coatings and vestings have lost (heir
newness, hut now a department store
announces that It will sell waistlngs
and hloualngs. Will wo goon bear of
collatings and cuttings at a grei' dis
count or a mark down sale ol hoys’
short pantlnga?"
It is no secret that for Cuts, Burns,
Ulcers, Fever Sores. Sore Kyea, Boils,
etc., nothing it an effective as Buck
len s Arnica Selie. “It didn't lake
lon# to cure a bad sore I hod, and it
is all 0. K. for sore eyes,” writes D.
L. Gregory of Hope, Texas. 2iic at
James HulUngnr & Co, drugstore,
'J3d and Larimer Sts.

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