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The Statesman
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. 10M 19TH STREET, NEAR ARAPAHOE STREET.
C. A. FRANKLIN, Editor.
TERMS.
Dm IMt COO Six months |I,OO Threejnontbs. HO
Entered it the postofflee, Dearer, Colorado, as second class maflmatter.
Black 2207.
Phone us your news.
Phone us your printing orders.
It is not enough to talk race enter
prise. It must he lived. The pres
ence of several new enterprises in the
community causes us to ask that our
p ople make their success a personal
interest. If jou do not patronize our
business men when you can. they are
at the mercy of bad fortune which
comes because of no fault of theirs
and despite the honest efforts they
make to advance the business stand
ing of the the race. Sometimes our
patronage is given under circumstan
ces discouraging to the patron, but
persevere long enough to give the
race business man a thorough trial.
Henry Finn is making a bid for
the trade in the city in the line of
milk aud cream by installing on his
farm in Englewood a Jersey Dairy.
Only full Jerseys are used and he
asks that the public give him a trial
serving milk. The Statesman wishes
to make this notice of Mr. Finn's ven
ture a personal appeal to the house
wives to give a Negro a chance. Try
his milk and if it pleases you, pa
ronize him. We will receive any or
ders for him over our phone and see
that they are immediately given him
Be has a brand new wagon and is
ready to serve. C. H. Clark is driver.
THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO.
Woman’S Gift's to New York.
Mrs. Frederick Ferris Thompson of
New York Is an unknown woman—in
a public sense, that Is to say—who is
doing handsome things with her mon
ey without the embarrassment of con
ditions. She has erected a physical
culture building for the Teachers' col
lege, in New York, costing 1350.000.
A library building which she gave Vas
sar took $500,000, and a college chapel
building for Williams college, costing
$400,000, will be dedicated in a few
days.
CITY NEWS.
Mr . W. H. Walker of 715 Santa Fe
avenue, entertained at whist Friday
evening in honor of Miss Schearer of
Do Ige City, Kans. The guests were
seated at seven tables. Mrs. McAl
lister and Wm. Euper won the prizes.
The booby prizes were won by Mrs
Williams and Mr. Davis. The house
was tastily decorated in red and
green, the floral decorations being
carnations and asters.
RESOLUTION OF CONDOLENCE
Denver, Colo., Sept. 18, '05
To The Worthy Master, Wardens and
firotbers, t f Rocky Mountain
Lodge, No. 1, A. F. At A. M.
Whereas, It has pleased the Al
mighty Qod in bis infinite wisdom to
remove from our midst, by death, the
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Ag» •HrlWf Mu-tic Saturday
and Junday Evening*.
1918 Lawrence Street.
only child and daughter ol our
worthy and esteemed brother, Henry
R mndtree, who departed this life,
Wednesday night, August 2S, lOOfi.
Therefore, be it
Resolved, That in the removal of
Mrs. Florence DeFrance, th., commu
nity has lost an exemplary and indus
trious member, our race an
efficient and respected citizen and the
family a loving and cherished daugh
ter, who has loen a joy and comfort
to the parents in th ir old age.
Therefore. As we bow in submis
sion to the will of Heaven, we extend
to the bereaved father, our brother
Roundtree, oia heartfelt sympathy
and pray that be may receive the
comfort of Heaven and the blessings
of the Almighty to cheer him in bis
loss.
Resolved, That a copy of these res
olutions be spread upon the records
of our Lodge and furnish to our
brother, Henry Roundtree, and for
warded to the press for publication.
Respectfully submitted
J. E. Ford
Win. Sprague
Wm Walton.
NOTICE OF RESIGNATION.
1, D. D. Cole, did on this, 19lh day
September, at 9:30, resign from ail
offic al duties in the A. M. t'. Church.
Kev. J. H. Hubbard did receive the
resignation in the presence of Uev. B.
MeCully -and Edward Waddy. At
10:30 the postman brought a letter
from Rev. J. Allen, who signed it as
Eider notifying me lo meet
the same daj for trial but he was too
late.
D D. Cole.
MANITOU, COLORADO.
Alex. Webster of Beaver, Pa . spent
n few days in this vicinity recently.
Charles Wicks anil wife of Denver,
wi re the guests of Mrs. Jerry Stone
last Sunday.
Ed Warden anil wife have l>e»n •u
--tertaining Mr. Waddy of Cripple
I Creek.
Miss St. Martin visited some of the
m'nes in the gold camp region this
iv ek.
Oscar Hand is hoadwaiter at the
Cliff House for the remainder of ihe
season. Ho was the guest of his wife
in Cripple Creek Sunday.
The social season is drawing to a
dose after a most successful one. A
I number of visiting tourists took their
departure lust week. Miss Cheney
r Dos Angeles, Mrs Odom, Denver,
bred Laird and wife, Pueblo, Messrs.
Barber and Steam and wives, Okla
horaa City. A number will remain
during the fall and early winter.
A GREAT FREE FEAST.
Pumpkin Pie Day at Longmont,
Thursday, Sept. 28th. in connection
with circuit race* on the 28th and
2 ( .hb. Special train on the 28th via
Colorado A: Southern leaves Denver at
! 8:16 and 10 10 a. m. with round trip
rate of sl.*2. r ). One faro rateon2Bib
and 29th with limit.'K)th,

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