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COLORADO’S GREATEST RACE PAPER
News from all parts of the State GRAND JUNCTION, COLO. Miss Ida Anderson of Denver, is vis ing friends here. Mr, Brantl/ sold his place of busi ness to Mr Fields,and has gone west. Mrs. Harris is on the sick list this week. Mr. Twyman continues to improve. Several of our prominent citizens are contemplating taking up land in the Unita Reservation. Sunday afternoon quite a party of our people visited Mrs. Hines. All report a lovely time. Mrs. Reed is on the sick list. Mrs. Pearson of Palisade, was a vis itor here this wesk. Mrs. Buckner, Mr. and Mrs, Hines and daughter spent a few days in Pal isade Miss Dora Newman is indisposed. Those desiring copies of The Statesman can purchase them at 216 Pueblo ave. When going to Colorado Springs, write Mrs. Louisa Armstead, 321 East Cimmarrou, for rooms. Her rooms are new, modern and conveniently lo cated. Prices reasonable. Prompt re ply by mail MANITOU NEWS. Mrs. M. E. Level of Hot Springs, is a visitor. When in Manitou visit the Tanner Lyceum. Frank Harparof St Joe, Mo., is vis iting bis son Louis. Mesdames Jerry Stone and Barter are visiting in Denver. Jerry Campbell of the Do Drop In restaurant has dropped out. Rev. Tillman held services at Em bry Mission Sunday afternoon. Mesdimes T. J. Manley and Com mack were pleasant callers in Mani tou Monday. This Misses Booth and Hart, who have teen spending a few days in Den ver will return this week A. H. Waddy of Cripple Creek is expected in the city soon to visit with his sister. Mrs. Weston. Mrs. Benett and Hubbard had an THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO. outing in Cheyenne Canon and other points of interest. She leaves for Denver. Mrs. H W. Suggs and little daugh ter , Mrs. B T Willis and Miss C. N, Armstead all of Little Rock, are visit ing Mrs. Frank Suggs for the sum i mer. SALIDA, COLO. One of the moat popular events of the social season was given by Mr. and Mrs. F. Betters in honor of Mrs. Effie Bruce and Mrs. Clinkscale of Denver. The decorations were vines and carnations the porch being orna mauled with Japanese lanterns. The evening was pleasantly spent in games and the guessing contest one of the principal amusements of the evening of which the first prize was awarded to Mrs. Elbe Williams and •econd, to Miss Mamie Boyer of Coal dale. The guests were: Mesdames Clinkscale, Williams, Bruce, Battles, Cross, Allen, Boyer, Butler, Ramsey, Watson, French, Messrs. Bruce, Boy er, Cross, Allen, Watson, Battles, Jos eph Boyer, Cooper, Misses Etta and I Lydia Wilson, Misses Hattie, Bettie and Mamie Boyrr. CRIPPLE CREEK, COLO. The Columbine Art Club met with Mrs. McCullough this week. Mesdames Graves and Cotwcll of Victor entertained at dinner Tursday, Messrs. McCullough and Thrower and wives. J C. Cantey and wife contemplate a trip to Colorado Springs and Maui tou. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Hill have set tled down in their cosy home at 848 Warren are. They entertained Mr. Seymour, who has returned to Colo rado Springs. Mrs. Lucy Pope of Dallas, Texas, Mrs. L. B. Choteau of Lawrence, Kane., Mrs. Jane Weaver of San Francisco, and Mrs. Florence Blue of Kansas City, presented Handy Chap el with a beautiful silver communion set. A. H. Waddy, accompanied by Miss Nellie Brown spent the week in Manitou and Colorado Spring sight seeing. Mrs. Harry Dean, who has boon sick for the past two weeks is able to be out again and will leave next week to recuperate in the Springs. lira, Charles Phelps of St Joe, Mo., accompanied by her two daugh ters will be the guest of her brother, R. Wagner, for the summer. The home of Mr. and Mrs. McCul lough was the scene of a merry party last Thursday evening. Flinch was the amusement for the evening and a dutch luncheon was served. Mrs. C. A, Pilgrim entertained last Wednesday at ti o’clock dinner in honor of Miss Nellie Brown. The dining room was beautifully decora ted with potted plants and cut flow Elks’ First Picnic.. «Rice Lodge No. 39 1 B. p. o. E. of w. At Rocky Mountain Lake ADMISSION: Adults - 25 cents. - r Children under 12 15 cents. Don’t worry about waiting until after supper to come. Refresh ments will be served on the grounds. Music by Harris Orchestra. Thursday, Aug. 10. No pains have been spared to make this the BEST TIME OF YOUR LIFE. ers. Rev. J.H. Brown and Mrs. J 0. Fair were other guests. A fish lays mure eggs than a hen. and doesn’t cackle about It, either. Most ot us don't care what happens so long as It doesn’t happen to us. Borne people have no more use for the truth than a tramp has tor a bath robe. There are men who wouldn’t even pay a compliment without taking a re ceipt. It must bo over the telephone that evil communications corrupt food manners.