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28 IH ANNIVERSARY
Of Household of Rulh No. 3T6, G. 0. 0. of 0. F, at ROCKY MOUNTAIN LAKE i,, g. It will be one of the grandest events of the season with one of CflfWi Mil C if* Ll \ « J those famous dinners served by the ladies of the Household. VJUUU I>lU Jlv« O Thursday, that’s the time. Admission 25 cts. DENVER LOCALS E. J. Young has gone to the moun tains for a few week’s recreation J. J. Manuel is now employed at the State Capitol. Misses Hart and Booth of Indian apolis have returned to Manitou. Miss Mary Stone leaves soon for Hill City, K ins., where slfe will at tend a summer normal. Walter Freeman has gone to Kan sas City to visit his mother. Miss Lethea E. Drake, one of Kan sas City’s teachers, is visiting Mrs. John Reed of 11910 Welton. Miss Era Cluv has returned from Longmouut. where she has been visit ing her father. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. White now live at 2612 Welton street. Mrs. Florence Cummings arrived in the city this week from the east. Miss Maybello Taylor of Leaven worth is the guest of the Misses How ard. Mrs. A. Gowius, wh > was operated upon by Dr. Cottrell, is now at home doing nicely. Mrs, Mattie Spencer, the missions ry is prf paring a new series of evan gelical songs to assi t in her work. Rjbert Bryant of Omaha, who h< s been spending two weeks in Manitou, passed through the city Wednesday euroute home. Lone Star Chapter No. 15, Order of the Eastern St ir will give a watermel on and ice cream social at the res! deuce of Mrs LeVey, 2)08 Califcrnia Street on Tuesday, August Ist. Ad mission 5 c ids. The Sawing Circle of Zion Baptist Church will give its tenth anniversa ry Monday evening »t the church T ,e can*am, “Ruth, the Gleaner,” will b ■ given by tb * children’s choni-a A pally and simple wedding was performed in the presence of a few friends, at the res deuce of the bri le, Thursday evening. The contracting pirtieswere Root. Nealey and Miss Annie B. Stone, Miss Mary Stone acting as maid and L. D. Lamb best man. Rev, Dyett officiated. Afo r THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO. the ceremony a dainty repast was served. They are at home to their friends at 2021 Marion St. Three car loads of excursions's went out on the Columbian excursion Thursday to Crystal Lake and had a good time in beautiful Platte Canon. • Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds, accom panied by their son and his sister, Miss Gilkey of Little Rock are in the - city stopping with Mrs Wm. Barnett. He is employed on the Rock Island and the ladies are school teachers. The children of Shorter Sunday School had their annual picnic atj Rocky Mountain Lake Thursday. The day was given over to a bask t spread and field sports. Rain marred it some but all managed to have a ' good time. Mr. and Mrs J. Mullins entertain ed at cards Friday evening, compli mentary to Mr and Mrs. Richard . Porter. The house was artistically decorated, and delicacies were served in style. Dancing and card playing were indulged in until a late hour Those present were, Mesdatr.es Dish man, Thompkins, Watkins, Burns, Wicks, Hinkle, Wilson. Kirk, Stills, L ; ghtner, Turner, Wilson, and Messrs. Hickman, Stills, Dishman, Watkins. Burns, Wilson, Thompkins, Wicks, Ligbtner, Wilson, Level 1, Hin kle, Holly and Ekelbrett, THE DIAMOND CURE i The latest news from Paris, is, that ■ they have discovered a diamond cure for consumption. If you fear con t sumption or pneumonia, it will, how . ever. be best for yon to take that great remedy rnonioned by W. T. McGee, ’ of Van leer, Tenn. ‘T had a cough, for , fourteen years. Nothing helped me, j until I took Dr. King’s New Discovery , fur Consumption, Coughs and Cub’s, which gave instant relief,and effect'd , a permanent cure. Unequalled quick ’ cure, for Throat and Lung Troubles. 0 At Jas Hullinger& Go’s, drugstore, t 23 rd & Larimer Sts., price 50c and r 51.00, guaranteed. Trial bottle free. 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