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Colorado TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE Tbe Postgraduate Normal Course of theTuskegee Normal and indus trial Institute will be extended to two years beginning with tbe owning of tbe next school term, September 12, 1905, and will comprise a much broader scope of work than hereto | fore. Work will be offered for three classes of students in this depart ment: First, students whose interests are purely industrial, second, stu dents whose interests are primarily in the academic work, and third, poet graduate normal students who wish to combine the industrial and academ ic work. Students of the second class will be required to devote five days of each week to normal work, and one day to industrial employment. Tbe various courses will bs taught by specialists thoroughly competent, and Tuskegee Institute with its complete material equipment in every dapart ment thus affords superior advantag es for young men and women wish ing to prepare themselves for literary and industrial teachers. Bud for such teachers desiring to take advanced work. For further information ad dress, Booker T. Washington. Prin Tuskegee Institute, Ala BOISE, IDAHO. Ch irlas Wagner Ims gone to house keeping on Idaho Street. A. J. Maunder of Seattle has locat ed in our city. E. D. Washington has purchased a S2OOO farm two miles from the city. Sam Jones of Kansas City is work ing at I’age's barber shop. Master Leon, celebrated his fifth b'rlhday at t) e home of his mother, Mr*. H. B. Smith. He received many presents from bis little friends. Mrs. K. B. Smith is still running her hotel at 510 Main Street, where firstclass room and board can be ob tained at reasonable prices. Mrs. 0. Duncan, who has been in California fur the past three mouths, has returned. CHEYENNE WYO. Mr*. Minnie Brown and niece, Miss Irene Board, are visiting in Atchison, Kans. THE STATESMAN, DENVER. COLORADO. Mrs. T. W. Ashford and children 14ft Wednesday for an extended visit in St. Louis James Smith, E. F. Lsndorand wives and Mira. Rose Price composed a very p'easant tallybo party to the mountains last Sunday. A very jolly party, consisting of Rev. J. C. Bell, Messrs. Chas. Lucas, C. Mitchell. Will Lucas and T. E. Oray, took a trip to Table Mountain last Friday. Trout fishing was the or der of the day, and the were fortunate enough to catch about sixty of the speckled beauties. Rev. Bell of the A. M E. Church was successful in the rally last Sun day and as a result of the effort the church will soon be able to pay off the indebtedness on the parsonage. The ladies under the captaincy of Mrs. C. G. Ashiord ware successful in raising and the men under E. F. Lnudor. $lO, The open meeting of the Afro- American Women's Club was held at the residence of Mrs. T. E. Gray Thursday evening of last week. This organization has taken up the study of Shakespeare and the past two months have devoted to the study of The Merchant of Venice. The Presi dent, Mrs. C. O. Ashford, distin guished herself in an admirable man ner with a thorough synopsis of the play, Mrs. T. E. Gray conducted a general review with quotations, At the conclusion of the program a lunch eon was served. ROCK SPRINGS, WYO. A few years ago a Baptist Church woa organized here and run success fullj for about two months and ildis landed. Last September another Baptist minister came and he reor ganized the church which lasted near ly six weeks. Then there was a rally day and ha and the cash dropped out of sight. The conduct of these churchmen has caused the people to lose confidence and fur that reason the young A. M. E. minister, who is now with us has a hard road to un dergo in establishing a mission, al though he bus proven himself to lie a gentleman of unimpeachable charac ter and broad knowledge. Had the presiding elder of the district visited this place when the young man came here, the mission would be in a more prosperous condition. Nearly six months have passed and no presiding elder has shown up yet. It has caus ed many of us to think the young minister is also a beat. The Kink That Won’t Come Back. You can make your balr Just aa straight and smooth aa you want to by Ufing tha Original Ozonized Oz Mar row, and the kink that was there be fore will aot coma back. The Ozonized Oz Marrow also keeps the hair from (ailing out, cures dandruff and makes the kalr grow. It never falls. One bottle does it Sold over forty years to ladies of refinement ail over the country, giving perfect satisfaction. Send us 50 cents and we will ship you a bottle ezpresa paid. Address Ozon ized Oz Marrow Co., 76 Wabash Av enue, Chicago, 111. > Topeka Industrial and Educational Institute j* 4. “THE WESTERN TUSKEGEE” «f* Five teachers from that famous institution. The ONLY NON SECTARIAN school for Negroes of the West. A school of ’ Christian Culture. DEPARTMENTS Normal, Normal Preparatory, Agricultural, Indus trial, Business, Music and Military Science. TRADES TAUGHT Carpentry, Painting, Printing, Book-binding, Tail oring. Sewing, Dress making, Laundrying, Bask etry. Domestic Science, Agriculture in its various phases, Stenography, Type-writing, Agricultural and Mechanical Drawing. '"3 ADVANTAGES Expenses reasonable. Self help encouraged. Very careful attention given home training of young women. Rigid discipline maintained. Farm o( 105 acres. Location and sanitation the very besi Enaorsed by ministers of every denomination The Fall Term begins Tuesday Sepf. 3. Try to be present the opening day. For further informati n address WM, R. CART ER President, \ Topeka Kas Avoidance of stimulants, coffee, tea, narcotics, unripe food and poisonous drugs. Conservation of the energies of the system, and the use of them In noble directions. Pure air In the house and in the place In which the person stays dur ing the day. Keeping the skin dry and warm at all times by a positive state of mind and by a liberal nse of nutritious food. Development of Internal heat by processes of breathing, by cultivation of the vigorous affections and by the use of highly vital food.—V. G. Lund dulst in Human Culture. By the time a feller gets to be a big gun in a big town, he's generally ready for the grave.