Newspaper Page Text
Sam Jones was in the citj enroute t > his home in Wallace. Mrs. Mvra Allen of Thunder Mono tain has relumed for the winter. Mr. and M rs. Majors of Mampa. were the guests of Mrs. R. B. Smith. L. Sanders of Salt Lake is here vis iting Inends, Mrs. R. B. Smith is making prepa rations to entertain the many sojourn ers at the fair. Miss Dupree of the “Hottest Coon in Dixie,’ was the guest of Mrs. R. B. Smith; also Mr. and Mrs. Rhone Charles Ware, who has been con fined to his lasl for several weeks is now able to tie at his place of busi ness. TRINIDAD, COLO. An entertainment was given by the •S. M. T'< Thursday evening. Mrs. I. H. Watkins gave a party Friiiaj evening at her home in honor of the Misses Adams and Crullers of Texas. Mrs. Wright, who was called to Denver to the bedside of her sister, has returner! home, Mrs. Jordan, who has been spend ing several weeks in Topeka, is ex pect d home soon. M s. Lula Cargill, who has been very sick for the past two weeks i able lots* out again. Charles Blackwell, an old pioneer of Trinidad died Tuesday and was buried Wednesday the funeral servic es being conducted br Key. Byrd at the A. M. E. Church. There was a very largo attendance. THE COLORADO & SOUTHERN RY. is the SHORT LINE To CV, orado Springs Pueblo Cripple Creek Leadrille Foil Worth All trains carry handsome equip ment. scheduled at such convenient hours and always punctual. If yon want the liesl see that jour ticket reads C. & S. If JO” TTT A lIT Hour and you * TV § (h* b«-‘l lh*n you fy iXil 1 »<* The Harris Orchestra Seven Selected Soloists J. C. Ii ARRIS, Manager, 2231 Lincoln Avenue. Tel. Olive 1113. THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO. Ode to a Pig. Bards and sages, through the ages (Winning fame instead of wages). Have mussed up a million pages With their outcries, small and big. Singing wrongs that should be righted, Causes blighted, heroes slighted. Yet no song have they Indicted To the pig. Gentle Porcus. suoid mammal. Does the thought that lard and ban’ll Be your future never trammel Your fond fancies as you dig? Does it harrow to the marrow As you pace your quarters narrow. Dreaming of the storied glory Of the pig? For lime was. ere man got at you. Using squalid means to fat you. That you were to be congratu lated on a ligure trig. And most daintily you ate your Food, less mingled in Its nature. Fine of face, full fair and graceful Was the pig. Oh, the 8. P. C. A. be gracious; If your sympathies be spacious Bar such treatment contumacious— Teach that it is infra die. For although some genius nighty Has described the pen as mighty You'll admit a sword were fitter For the pig. —Harper’s NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office at Denver. Colo.. Sept. IW6 Noiice i* hereby given that the following uamrd filler has filed notice of hi' intention to make commutation proof in support of his . laim. and that mid pr««of will be mad* before the Register or Receiver at Denver. Colo., on Nov. T. 19UV % T7: William J. Iv"lg of Watkins. Colorado. H I. No, 2iy.r. for the NK * Sec. 2Tp. I S R ft 4 Wc>t of the 6th. P. W„ or Lot 1 and S : , NK’i Sec. 2, Tp. 4F.R.04W 6P. M He urnne- the follow ing to prove his continuous residence upon. and cultivation of viiid land, vir; William H Maloney, lx>ni> Boyvin. Charles Traut. Rol*ert Ruck, all of Wet kins. Colorado. C. D Ford. Register. Dame! Witter .V loj. Room 7 I'nion Block. Denver. Colorado, attorney' for claimants. WHY NOT BUY YOUR LIQUORS OF ED LEWIN The Louisville Liqnor House, 24th and Lsnm> r street, is headqasrlers to buy Hie bent sud cheapest iu the city Telephone TfiHi. Fat Lew in, propne •or. Sole «geut for Eastern distil leries and Santa lings vineyard. All other house* are left in the shade He has in, rent to pay so be can and ■vill sell cheaper man ever- Give him a call. LIKE FINDING MONEY Finding health is like finding mon ey, so think those who are sick. When yon have a cough, cold, sore throat, or chest irritation, letter act prouipt 1 v hke \V. C, Isstl>er. of Sandy Level, Va lie >ays: ' I had a terri ble chest trouble, caused by smoke and coal dust on my lungs; but, after Ward T" The oldest Auction house in Comrade Sales Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays. p r 6 O T N 6 E 1728-30 Arapahoe, si Denver Professionals The Statesman takes pleasure in introducing the following colored professionals and recommends them as competent in their lines. Show yourself a race lover by patronizing them. Be a booster. finding no relief in other remedies, 1 was cured br'Dr. King's New Diseov erj for Consumptions, Coughs and Colds.” Greatest sale of any cough or lung medicine in the world At Jas. Hullinger A: Co’s, drug store, 23rd and Larimer Sts. BOc and SI.OO guaranteed. Trial bottle free. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ I WONDERFUL \ t DISCOVERY | ♦ Curly Hair Made Straight By ♦ ♦ jyi--' 'N ♦ t.uek rtoi life ♦ ♦ BEFORE iSD AFTER TKEATXEKT. ♦ ♦ FORD'S ORIGINAL t OZONIZED OX MARROW ♦ X (Copyrighted) a A This wnrderfnl hair pomade Is the only «afc A ▲ ptrj aral >r tie World that makes klnk> ■ r a X - urir ! *t straight as shown a* re. It r-' ;:r- T T if he* the scalp, prerenta thchalrfrom falling T y out <>r hroakiisg >’ff. cnrcs dandruff and makes ▼ ♦ the hair grow and sllkv. Sold over ♦ ♦ ■ A * Mn.'i-n, It was tor first nr- parati'n ever X 1 ■ >i f T atralgtening kinky La«r. Beware > f T 11 d'aOrlciaal ▼ T Otonlird Os Marrow I* r iap < n In ♦ ♦ fifty ••t•7- 11 a *• ;> tn Cho ago and Urns. ♦ ♦-•• t •» ' ' :»-1 O* Marrow Co.. Chirac X A I*. 6- A is printed on the packac-. I»o r.'-t a a be misled hjr anb'tunus that claim f> be T T ;n«t as g ► I—but always insist upon getting T ▼ the gen nine. It never fails u* keep ♦ ♦ the hair •IrniKbt. aoft and beautiful. ♦ ♦ giving It that hea thy, llf»-’.lke appesr- A A anre so tench desired. A bt.-t n- r* »»itj f. r X a ladles, gentlemen and children. Klegantly T T perfumed. Owing to It* superior and lasting T t icaL ▼ ♦ It :* n .t pi.vii ■. for antb <•> to produce a A ♦ paratlon canal to It. Pull din A A’ , A s> 'X r $1.40 for t pnett T w pa 1. W* imi ail p»«tage aril cipr---* charges. ▼ ♦ N* n-i 1 <tal or eipre-f money l'lease ♦ A ntion name ■( IhU paj>er when ordering. A > A A OZOXTZF.D OX MARROW CO., ♦ | qLj.* ♦ ♦ 76 IS’ahash ive., Chicago, Illinois. ♦ ♦ Agent* wanted fvorv* -r- A ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ After Service. H§—Why, I heard the sermon Sho~Rep,llr? You must sleep trlrb rno °ar np«n Geo. W. COFFEY M.D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON (9 to 11 a nr.. Hours j 2 to 4 p. m. ( 6 ;30 to 8 p. m. '8 to 10 a. m. Bnnd«ys|, to 4 p m Diseases of the Ear, Nose and Throat a Specialty. PHONE BLACK 647 Near Champa 913 21st St. Denver JOS. h. STUART Lawyer, Practises in AH Courts. Office 329 Kittredge Bldg. Cor. 16th and Glenarm. Res. 2227 Lincoln Ave. I'hoce Olive 294 Examining abstracts of title, and doming up legal docu ments given careful attention Dr. E. L. FAULKNER, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. ( 8 to 10 a. ir. Hours < I to 4 p. m. ( 7 to 8 p. m. c ' \lotoll a. m. Sundays 1T to (< p. m. Diseases of Women and Children. A Specialty. PHONE OFFICE MAIN 4956. 2100 Arapahoe St. Denver DR. W. J. COTTRELL, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Disease? of women a Specially. !» TO 12 A M 2 TO 5 P. M. TTO 0 P M Sunday, 1 to 3 p. m. Office and Res. 2100 Arapahoe SI. Oter Ideal Pharmacy. Phone Main 4956, OFFICE i 9 TO Ham. 49-60 good «ls. Mouas 1 1 TO 4 e.M. TEL.RIP 80S. ( 7 TO 8 V » DR. P. E. SPRATLIN. Residence: 2226 Clarkson street. Telephone York 123 '