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Colorado TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE. Tbe Postgraduate Normal Course of tho Tuskegee Normal and indus trial Institute will Ire extended to two years beginning with the opening of the next school term, September 12, 10, and will comprise a much broader scope of work tha't hereto fore, Work will be offered for three classes of students in this depart ment: First, students whose interests are purely industrial, recond, stu dents whoso interests are primarily in the academic work, and third, post graduate normal students who wish to combine the industrial .and academ ic work. Students of the second class will be requires! to devote five days of each week to normal work, and one day to industrial employment. The various courses will l>e taught by specialists thoroughly competent, and Tu*kegi-e Institute with its complete material equipment in every depart meat thus affords superior advantag es for young man and women wish ing to prepare themselves for literary and industrial teachers, and for such teachers desiring to lake advanced work. For further information ad dress. Hooker T. Washing on. Prill Tuskegee Institute, Ala ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. Mrs. O. H. Byas wife of Rev. Byas, left quite. suddenly last Monday for her home in (juindaro, Kane, to at tend the Iwdside of her nick mother, who in not expected to recover. J. \V. Robb left Sunday for his home in Colorado Springs. Mm. J. B. Loll of St. Louis, han joined her huelmnd I’rof. J. B. Lott, who is one of our moat enterprising citizens Rev. C. N. Brookins who has taken charge of the Ml. Olive Chur,h. is a Christian gentleman, and an impress ive talker. It teems evident that he will make a success of his new charge as his congregation is well pleased with his efforts. < in last Thursday evening at the A, M. K. Church the Afro Americ n L-ngtie. the leading organization of Us kind in the southwest gave the grandest social and intellectual enter tainment that has ever lawn given in this city. The occasion la ir.g its an THE STATESMAN, DENVER. COLORADO. nual celebration in honor of the insti tution. Every available member was present, which helped to make the af fair a decided success. Invitations were extended, which brought out a large and appreciative attendance of j the elite. To say the least, they were the recipient of quite a treat in select iug Rev. W. T. Thornton as chairman of the Literary program and Toast Master, as he was equal to the occa sion. Those who | articipated did well. Special mention is made of T. K. Lawyers the historian, the selec tions by the Quintette, which were ex ceedingly entertaining, and the paper on ‘ Economy" by T. O. Mason will long Ire remembered. Remarks by Rev. C. N. Brookins were very good. The paper on "Success," by Prof. Loll was very instructive. Mrs '.Vm. Pet tis’ sweet soprano voice charmed the audience as usual. She received sev eral encores. The members join Ret. Thornton in thanking the participants and those who attended, in making it a access. The Trustees served re freshments after (he rendition of the program. The Kink That Won't Come Back. You can make your hair just a. straight and smooth as you want to by using the Original Ozonized Ox Mar row. and the kink that wax there be fore will not come back. The Ozonised Ox Marrow also keeps the hair from (ailing nut. cures dandruff and makes the hair grow. It never (alls. One bottle does it. Sold over forty years to ladies of refinement ail over the country, giving perfect satisfaction Send us 60 cents and we will ship yoc a bottle express paid. Address Ozon ized Ox Marrow Co., 76 Wabash At cnue, Chicago, 111. In Arkansas. Senator Berry of Arkansas Is re sponsible for this story; A man living In one of the small torus of Arkansas was recognized as a wag. and he seemed to take special delight In feathering on ministers. One day the fellow was sitting In his nuggy, to which was hooked a mu'o, when (he village minister came up and suggested that he be loaned the team to lake his wife out for cn air ing. "1 don't think, parson, your wife would ride behind a jackass: hut If she can ride beside one, why she can have the team," wis the answer. "You misunderstand me," said the minister. "My dear brother, I do not wish you to go, for I intend to drive myself. , Fifty Years Without Vacation. Joseph J. Little, the publisher, ex congressman, twice president of the New York board of education, and now president of the General Society of Mechanics and Tradesmen, haa started for his first vacation In halt a century. Except for three years at the front during the civil war and for a short business trip to Europe, Mr. Little has never been away from his work for ten consecutive days. The holiday on which he now has started is planned for two months. Fifty years ago, when he was 13 years old, Mr. Little began a three years’ ap prenticeship at the printing trade. He received $25 for the first year, $35 for the second and $45 for the third, which nearly paid for his clothes. He lived with his employer above the of fice of the little country newspaper office and three years later went to New York. I SKQKESBAJ^ > Topcka Industrial and Educational Institute J f "THE WESTERN TUSKEGEE” * Five teachers from that famous institution. The ONLY NON SECT ASIAN 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, Painliug, 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. " ADVANTAGES Expenses reasonable. Self help encouraged. Very careful attention given home training of young women. Rigid discipline maintained. Farm ol 105 acres. Location and sanitation the very besi Endorsed by ministers of every denomination The Fall Term begins Tuesday Seel. 3. Try to be present the opening day. For further informal! n address WM. R. CART ER President, Topeka Kas Women are always In quest of some thing—but a conquest seems to suit them best. The smaller the girl the larger the doll necessary to appease her Incipi ent maternal affection. Matrimony resembles a besieged city; those who are out want to get In, and those who are in would like to get out. The woman who thoroughly under stands men may not be able to write magazine poetry, but she Is pretty sure to be a good cook. HOW SHE KEEPS YOUNG. She eats three warm meals at re&u '.ar hours. She never rides where she can walk the distance comfortably.