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Our Collector is about Pre pare for him. Those out cf town please remit by mail. Scholars taken in instrumental mu sic by Mrs. Robert Holmes, at 2222 A rapahoe St. Dressmaking, cutting, fitting, de signing and purchasing done to per fect satisfaction by Mrs. I. M. Me Quire, 2516 Curtis Street. Phone black 239. Mrs. M. Turner of 2833 Grant ave nue. does millinery at home. Also Iteautifyiug of the hair and complex ion. Lessons given. Drop bar a card. FASHIONABLE Dress-maker at 2236 Lawrence St. Call and see me. Mrs. J. T. Thomas, Write or call upon Mrs. S. J. Bunk er, High St., Manitou, for furnished rooms, or for light house keeping rooms. Mrs. H. Graves left last week for Victor. Mrs. T. M. Russell has returned from Cauon. J. H. Rideout an 1 family this week to Pittsburg. Scott DeNeal, who has baen sick is able to resume his work. J. H. Dancy of Houston. Texas, is here for the summer. THE BIG COMPANY. Denver, Colo , June 30, 1905 The Union Mutual Benefit & Life As sociation, Arapahoe Bldg., City. D»ar Sirs: I desire to express my thanksan 1 appreciation foryourrheck for ?iOOO, which pays my claim in full. The promptness aud courtesy extended places roe under obligation to you. Again banking you, I remain Alice Smith, 2511 Larimer St. BENT HER DOUBLE. "I knew no one, for four weeks, when I was sick with typhoid and kidney trouble,” writes Mrs. Annie Hunter, of Pittsburg, Pa, “and when I got better, although I had one of the best doctors I could get. I was bent dou bio, nod had to res) my hands on my knees when f walked From this ter rible affliction 1 was rescued by Elec trie Bitters, which restored my health and strength, and now I can walk as straight as ever. They are simply wonderful.” Guarantees! to cure stom ach, liyor ami kidney disorders; at Jas. Hulliuger & Go's, drug store, 23rd and Larimer Sts., price 50c. THE STATESMAN, DENVcR, COLORADO. The Elks of the Rice Lodge, No. 39, will give their first annual outing at Rooky Mountain Lake, Thursday Aug. 10. James Hullinger <k Co., are setting a pace by giving away free of charge baby rings upon application at their pretty store, 23rd and Larimer Sts. Drop in mothers, they are yours for the asking. Rev Dyett was in Colorado Springs Wednesday. Miss Hattie Vass, who was indis posed last week is well again. A1 Clay and wife were down from Cripple Creek this week. Miss Ima Crosswhite has gone to Ogden to visit Mrs’ Stella Thomas. Miss Georgia Nugent of Louisville, Ky., is visiting Mrs. Ella Eubanks. J. E. Brown, who has been visiting relatives in Rand, Ohio, for the year, has returned to the city. Mrs Ida Banks left the city Mon day to visit in Wichita, Kans., for the nest two months. Mrs. Gussie Andrewe who is now a resident of Colorado Springs, was in the city last week visiting relatives. Dick Stone cf Kansas City was here this week enroute to Portland and coast points, Lily Cadet Company, No. 1, U. R. K of P., will give an eicursion to Idaho Springs, Thursday, Aug. 17, Mrs. Frank Scott of St. Louis, in the city a few hours last Friday evening enroute t r Colorado Springs. / #< \ ' \ <# > s i m*y J 5 - ■ X p' V= v / V?-' Mesdames James Barber and Jerry Stone of Manitou are the guestk of Mrs. Mrs. J. J. Manuel for the next ! two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Smith have coved to their new home, 208 York. They have asjtheir guest, Miss Lora Jacobs, one of Missouri’s popular teachers. Miss Hattie Congdon went to Man itou Saturday. She returns this week enroute to Chicago where she intends embarking in business. Mrs. George Robinson of Colorado Springs accompanied by her aunt. 1 was in the city this week spending a few days, the guest of Mrs. Findley. Rev, J. E. William ß , who was in jured three weeks ago by being knocked from his wheel by a wagon, has about recovered. Mrs. I. C. McKenzie has been sick for two weeks but is some belter now. Her father, J. B. Blackwell, left the city Thursday for Chicago where be will risit a son. Miss C. McPherson has been visit ing Cheyenne, Colorado Springs and Cripple Creek for some days. She returned home Sunday. The Sewing Circle and Stewardess es of Shorter A. M. ji. Church are preparing for a grand fair to be held at the church Aug. S to 11. The public is invited to attend a ! : lawn social given by the choir mem j ! bars of Shorter Chapel, Thursday ev > ening, July 20, on the lawn of the 1 church. A program will be rendered. I Mrs, U. G. Brown entertained at luncheon on Thursdav evening of ; last in honor of her husband’s natal t day. The guests, among whom were j some out'of town guests, were: Rev. Tolson and wife, Frank land wife. Mesdames Breedlove, L Bell, Clingmtn, Harris, F. M L-nza, A. G. Warfield and Brown. Mr. Brown was remembered by many to kens of esteem and friendship. Mrs. Ed Banks returned fiom Cali ifornia last week. She is now con fined to her bed with illness. Her son, Garrett, who was injured some time ago in a railroad wreck and who has just undergone an operation, has gone to Arkansas City, Kans., accom panied by his wife. Profs. Gilbert, Bailey and Minton, i who have been in attendance upon the Epworth League left the city this week enroute home. They were loud in their praises of Denver hospitality and especially grateful to s(rc srs , and Mesdames T. D. Perkins ana G, i W. Lewis A W. White of Memphis, Tenn., a farmer, is taking a tour cf the west and stopped in our lity two days this week enroute to Los Angeles Dr. W. J. Cottrell has purchased a gasoline car to use in place of Lis st-am machine. It is a ten horse pow er Cadillac a dis a hummer. The doctor is keeping abreast of the times and no physician in the city even among the whites will make a better showing than he. Merit is certainly .crowned with success in his case. All kinds of barbecued meats and I refreshments at the grand Emancipa -1 tion Celebration and Barbecue, at Rocky Mountain Lake, Aug. 4th. A white man took it upon himself to speak insultingly to a colored lady in front of the Ping Pong restaurant Sunday evening. She found a chant piou in the person of Ernest Shafer and he gave the loafer a drubbing that made the work of the street clean iug department for that night merely perfunctory in that block.