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DENVER DOINGS.
Our Collector is about Pre
pare for him. Those out cf
town please remit by mail.
Scholar*) 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
Guire, 2516 Curtis Street. Phone
black 239.
Mrs. M. Turner of 2833 Grant ave
nue. does millinery at home. Also
beautifying of the hair and complex
ion. Lessons given. Drop her a card.
M F. Singleton ef Omaha, is the
guest of C. A. Franklin.
Miss Grace Williams, a teacher
from Savannah, Mo., is a guest of
Mrs. W. W. S. Dyett
Miss Ella Pierson was in the city
Monday enroute from Idaho Springs
to her home in Cheyenne.
Misses Washington and Smith of
St. Louis, are stopping with Mrs.
Oreenleaf.
Mrs. Wm. Osteam returns home to
morrow from Platleburg, Mo., where
she has been visiting her mother.
THE STRONG COMPANY.
Denver, Colo.
July 5. 1905
Tbe Union Mutual Benefit .V Life A«
aociatioa.
Arap ihoe Bldg., City.
Gentlemen: It la with much appre
elation I accept your check for 117 10,
an full payment of m claim for acci
dent. Your promptness in the dis
charge of losses establishes confidence
and I heartily recommend your A—
cialion as lieing safe and convrv i
tire.
Wm. H. Dotson,
2636 Arapahoe St.
BENT HER DOUBLE.
“I know no one, for four weeks, when
I wna sick with typhoid amt kidney
trouble," write* Hr». Anui# Hmitor,
of Pittsburg,' Pa , “ amt when I g |
better, although I hail one of the best
doctor* I could got. I was bont dou
bio. and had to root my hand* on my
knees when I walked From this ter
rible affliction I was rescued by Elec
trie Bitter*, which restored my health
and strength, and now I can walk as
straight as ever. They are simply
wonderful." Guaranteed to cure stom
ach, liver and kidney disorlers; at
Jas Bollinger <k Go's, drug store
23rd and Larimer Sts., price 50c.
THE STATESMAN, DENVcR, COLORADO.
The Elks of the Rice Lodge, No.
[ 'l9, will give their first annual outing
at Rooky Mountain Lake, Thursday
Aug. 10.
James Hullinger A; Co., are salting
a pace by giving away free of charge
Imby rings upon application at their
pretty store. 23nl and Larimer Sts.
Drop in mothers, they are yours for
the asking.
The Sewing Circle and Stewardess
es of Shorter A. M, &. Church are!
preparing for a grand fair to be held '
at the church Aug. S to 11.

Lily Cadet Company, No. 1, D. R.j
K. of P., will give an excursion to:
Idaho Springs, Thursday, Aug. 17. '
All kinds of barbecued meats and
refreshments at the grand Emancipa
tion Celebration and Barbecue, at
Rocky Mountain Lake, Aug. 4th.
THE BIG COMPANY.
Denver, Colo., July 5, IVtOB
The Union Mutual Benefit k Life As
sociation,
Arapahoe Bldg., City.
Gentlemen: Your check for $16.00
received. In all my dealings with j
you I have been treated with much
ijuilyandlhe prompt and satisfac
lory adjustment of my claim calls for
my heartv thank ■ and apf recialion. 1
J W. While.
1224 California St.
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XCURSION
To COLORADO SPRINGS
Concluding with
GRAND BALL at TEMPLE THEATRE
Uuder the auspices of the LITTLE LONDON CLUB
of Colorado Springs,
COMMITTEE IN CHARGE:
George Robinson. Ralph Motley, Wm. Mitchell of Colo. Sp.
Pearl Mason and Harvey King of Denver.
Tbc Harris Orchestra of Nine Pieces will play.
ROUND TRIP ONLY 52.25
CHILDREN $1.15.
FRLAUG.4

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