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COLORADO’S GREATEST RACE PAPER
News from all parts of the West. GRAND JUNCTION, COLO. Miss Ida Anderson and mother of Denver are visiting Mrs. Esther Lunn. The Citizens Club went on a fishing trip up Candly Creek Saturday to be gone ten days. Messrs. Allen and Gant gave a coaching party (or Miss Ida Ander son. Among places of interest that were visited was the Indian school. The La Comas Club entertained Wednesday evening of last week at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. H Newman, in honor of Mrs. Harrison Smith and Miss Anderson of Denver. It also entertained for them at its first annual hayrick party the first of the week. The coming reservation to take place on the first will bring many strangers to our little city and the two social ulubs, The Citizens and the La Comas Club’, recmitly organ ized for the entertainment of strang ers, would be pleased to have the names of those who contemplate com ing. W. Sheldon, on Main Street be tween Third and Fourth, who is pres ident of the Citizens Club will re ceive information, end |E. C. Lunn for the La Comas Club. MANITOU NEWS. Misses Alberts ami Ida May Groves of Kansas Citj are guests of Mrs. Louisa Groves. A number of Mauitouites attended tl.e trolley party given by St, John’s choir to Strattan Park, last Thursday evening. John Smith hss been declared in sane and removed to the county jail at Colorado Springs. Miss Dora Morgan left last week for her home in Jacksonville, 111. This popular paper will be sent to her address. The debate between Tanner Lyce um and Grant Literary Society of Colorado Springs was decided a tie. Oscar Rand of Cripple Creek is shaking hands with friends here. The latest arrivals are R. Bryant, Omaha, Nebr., Arthur Burnt*. St, Joe, Mo, W. T. White, Kansas City, Mieses Edith Milieu, Gertrude Nich ols and Dr. Coffey of Denver. THE STATESMAN. DENVER, COLORADO. Mesdames Stem# and Barber have returned from Denver. While there they attended the marriage of Mrs. Julia Manuel and J. E. Brown. ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. Mrs. Jordan Trimbla is recovering from a recent spell of typhoid. Green Watson, the jailor is spend ing a fewdays in the neaiby moun tains. Louis Anderson of Los Angeles, ar rived Tuesday and after a two day’s stay left for Madrid where he will join his brother. Mr. and Mrs. E X. Reynolds have two lots in Perea addition and have begun the erection of a homo. Mt. Olive Baptist Church was in corporated this week under the laws of the state for a term of 19 ycasr. W. T. Thornton, the expert clean er, has purchased the only steam car pet cleaning establishment in the ci ty- Presiding Elder Watson held quar t -rly meeting services last Sunday and left Tuesday for Phtonix. The ■ church is preparing for a celebration on the 4th. The Sunday School gave i a picnic Thursday of last week under direction of the superintendent. Rev.: Jones. Many of the older folk took I advantage of this for a day's outing | and it made the occasion a pleasant one. The young men should avoid as much as possible newspaper notoriery or social scandal. Some day you may desire to rise in this world and these reports will do you no good. Few 1 people are particularly anxious to I have such character to represent them in any capacity. We advise you to be continually on your guard dur j during the days of your youth that you may not be ashamed of your past record. The fellow who makes a fool ol himself Is seldom satisfied unless he works overtime at the Job. Even when poverty pinches, some people Insist upon adding to their mis } cry by wearing tight shoes. Most women have a sneaking con | vletlon that their love letters could be ; twisted Into a successful novel. Elks’ First Picnic.. Rice Lodge No. 39 Na4j£frS 18. i>. 0. E. of w. RockyWounlainLakc ADMISSION: Adults - 25 cents. 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. Seeking a Bribe. "Mamma," said five-year-old Harry j I'll make a bargain with you." "What kind of a bargain T" she I asked. “If you'll give me a penny every 1 day to buy candy with,” replied the youthful diplomat, “I’ll not tell any one 1 (hat you have atom teeth." ————— The girl who marries In has'* „ sometimes obliged to walk hone. A man must have sublime faltb tr buy a bottle of hair restorer from bald-headed barber. Oomo women wouldn't be satisfied Is heaven without burglar-proof vault* Is which to lock up their halo*. AN OLD BACHELOR SAYS THAT-— The front parlor in tho most popu lar court room. Courtship may he bliss, but matri mony sometimes blisters. Left Fortune to Poor. Dr. Tlllanx of Paris, whose death was recently announced, has bequeath ed half a million frnnoa to a fund for providing old ago pensions for work men. Dr. Tlllaux was one of the most eminent surgeons In Prince and was for many years preside it of the Academy of Medicine, Ms rendered much valuable service to the poor as chief surgeon of the charity hospllal. where ho was greatly beloved by all the patients.