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COLORADO’S GREATEST RACE PAPER
News from all parts of the State BOULDER COLORADO. Mrs. W. S. Bryant is on the sick list. Miss Neona Rigsby of Dallas, Tex. ic in Boulder for the season. Mrs. Martin of Cripple Creek is hers for an indefinite stay. Mrs. Goodall has located perma nently haring bought a house on 983 North Street. Mr. Jones wife and daughter of Kansas City are here tor an indefinite stay. Mrs. Ollie Beasley of Bonham, Tex as, is at the Chautauqua for the sea son. Mrs. Lizzie Ribhards has taken tent 48 at the Chautauqua for the sea son. Wallace Carlle of Trinidad spent carnival week in Boulder. Gib ert McCarroll made a business trip to Denver last week. 0. T. Jackson is expected to return from Denver this week with his bride A surprise, chaperoned by Mrs. Liz zie Howard, was tendered Miss Ling ham Monday evening. Among the many visitors here on the Fourth wese Misses King, Lewis, Henderson and Y'ates. Mrs. Rose Kinke Jones of Harts horn College, W. Virginia, is expect ed here next week to visit her son, who has been here for the past year for the benefit of his health. The Christian Endeavor is holding very interesting meetings and more of the young people should attend these meetings. Next Sunday will be the election of officers. The Sun day School and church met Wednes day night and made arrangements for a picnic. The ladies of the Sew ing Circle are having a coat of paint put on the church which adds much to the appearance. Mrs. Hubbard en tertained the circle this week. CRIPPLE CREEK, COLO. A. H. Waddy spent a few days in the Springs this week. Meadamea Dean, Rand and McCul lough ar» on the sick liat this week. Mr. and Mfa, Thrower entertained at dinner Sunday, Q. W. Cotwell and wife, H. Graves and wife, Mrs. C. A. Williams and C. A. Milton. THE STATESMAN. DENVER, COLORADO. Miss Nellie Brown of Elpaso, Tex., Miss Jennie Stanback of Chattanoo ga, Tenn., Mrs, Eligan of Atchison, Kans., Mrs. H. Graves and Miss Min nie Loman of Denver, arrived in the camp last week to spend the summer. The picnic given by the Sunday School cf Handy Chapel last JFriday at Geisman’s ranch was well attend ed and much credit is due the super intendent for his efforts in making the affair an enjoyable one. GRAND JUNCTION, COLO. Mrs. Brantly and mother returned ! to Palisade Monday. Miss Oreta Hines has a position with the New La Court. A. Gravitt leaves this week for Og den and Salt Lake. Master Hugh Pitts is visiting his sister, Mrs. Reed. Owing to high water a fishing par ty has postponed its another week. Mr. Reed is on the sick list. Mrs. P. X. Langon and daughter left Sunday fora visit in Kansas and Missouri. A fishing party composed of Messrs, and Mesdames Harris and Newman and families and Mias Pitts spent a delightful day in the hills. Several young ladies and gentle mem attended the trass ball game at the fair grounds Sunday, The Citizens Social Club met with the Turnes Sun to complete arrange ments for a first annual ball to be giv en during the fair. Miss Lola, niece of Miss Sales ar rived from Seattle and will make her home with her aunt. Miss Bessie Price has resumed her studies under the directions of M iss Branard. Miss Price is a member of class 1907 and she has a bright fu ture. Mr. and Mrs. Butler can be seen most every evening driving in their family carriage. Mr. Butler is an en terprising citizen and has established a paying business since coming here. Sometime during the morning of the Fourth, J. Twyinan, president of the Exclusive Set Club, was brutally attacked by three white men, who abused him shamefully and left him alone at bis residence to die. Hejwas found in a most pitible condition and taken to the hospital His recovery is very slight. Of Course You Want THE SHORT LINE When going to Colorado Springe, Pueblo, Cripple Creek or to Texas, then take the Colorado A. Southern. Its aot only the Short Line but oilers superior service to these points. All rains fast an d punctual Tox cheat yourself *»cry time yon uve any excuse for tailing to do something. Tor are positively cheated when you resort to any artificial means to ■ustaln you. You cheat yourself when you depend directly upon anything except your own faculties. You cheat yourself when you do pend on the priest and do not use your own conscience. You also cheat yourself when you get somebody else to do what you can do and ought to do. No one is substantial until hr can face the world wholly on a basis of knowledge, merit and self respect. To that degree that we make be lieve, pretend or put off on anything else whatever, we cheat ourselves.— A. Vaught in Human Culture. MORE OR LESS CYNICAL. Even hero-worshipers are fickle. Fair play doesn’t always win fair lady. The quest of happiness requires no search warrant The gift of gab often results In a man giving himself away. Lots of men are bulls In the stock market and bears at home. It's mo fun for a woman to suft'ci II she h/uj to sull3r In silence. Wli a you cast your bread on the water don't tie a alone to It. A woman doesn’t like to be flattered because she thinks oho needs It There's no use In trying to be a real bohemian unless you owe money.— Nev York Times. GUESSES AT LIFE'S PROBLEMS. Freezing politeness is on a pax Wtlh cold comfort The most brittle thing In the world! U a good resolution. It Is quite safe to Judge a man hy tie things he doesn't do. The more we tell our troubles the larger they seem to grow. The difference between a cock and a chef Is about (100 a month. It's Just as well not to think of trou ble until you are up against It If you would hare your affection re ciprocated. get stuck on yourself. Have you ever noticed what a lot of second-class people travel flrsl-classT It is well to look on the bright side, but It Is better to have a look at both ■ldea. One good turn may deserve another, but this doesn't result In perpetual motion. Among men a wholesome fear of the gun often conduces to Slow a at careful speech. Some men are too busy to make friends and others are too lasy to make enemies. The pr- ' 'enal beggar Is always looking f or—but he doesn't spell It the ..ay. There can bo no economy, from a woman's point of view, without bash (or breakfast once In awhile. The rain falls alike on the Just and the unjust, and, furthermore, they both gat stuck in the same mud. PHILOSOPHY OF A DYSPEPTIC. Even the devil has little uae tor a hypocrite. The advantage of love in t cottage la that there ia no Janitor. Remember that sufficient unto the day la the evil of yeaterday. A woman never falnla nnleaa there la a man around to catch her. A family tree doesn't alwaya bear the trutta of a man'a Industry. Lota of excuses are not worth the trouble it takes to makt them. There la no such thing as an Idle rumor. It la alwaya Induatrioua.