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News from all parts of the West. ARE YOU ENGAGED? Engaged people should remember that after marriage, many quarrels can be avoided by keeping their di gestions in good condition with Elec tric Bitters. S. A. Brown, of B»n --nettsville, S. C., says: “For years my wife suffered intensely from dyspep sis, complicated with a torpid liver, until she lost her strength and vigor, and became a mere wreck of her form erself. Then she tr'ed Electric Bit ters which helped her at once and fi nally made her entirely well. She is now strong and healthy.” Jas. Hul liuger & Co., sells and guarantees them at 50c a bottle. CRIPPLE CREEK, COLO. A. H. Waddy spent several days in the Springs last weak. The Columbine Art Club met with Mrs. Wagner this week James Davis of Vinita, I. T , was the guest of Harry Dean Sunday. Rev. J. H. Brown will leave next week for Denver, his new field of la bor. His friends wish him success. S. E. Waddy left last week for Wichita, Kans., to spend sometime. Mesdames Robinson end Jackson of Colorado Springs and Miss Pearl McNeal of Topeka are the guests of Mrs. Harry Dean. Mrs Neely returned from Denver last week after spending several days visiting friends. Cripple Creek was well represented at Canon City on fruit day. Mrs. S. W. Penninlfton returned from tha Springs Sunday at which place she has been improving her res idence. Mrs. H. Dean entertained at a course dinner Sunday in honor of her guest. Aside from the guest of hon or were Miss Pansy Johnson, Mea dames Thrower, McCullough and Rucker. TRINIDAD ITEMS. Mrs. A. Woods is Hie guest of Mrs. Jones. Fred Brown is home after an ex tended visit in Texas. Leonard Moore has returner] from a visit in Portland. Rev. Bvnl has returned from con ference. THF STATESMAN. DENVER. COLORADO. Mrs. C. Hubbard of Kans s City is here to remain several months. Rev. Smith preached at the A. M. E. Church Wednesday evening. He was on his way to Las Vegas. TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE. The Postgraduate Normal 'Course (of the Tuskegee Normal and indus trial Institute will be extended to two years beginning with the opening of the next school term, September 12, 1905, and will comprise a much broader scope of work than hereto fore. Work will be offered for three classes of students in this depart ment: First, students whose interests are purely industrial, second, stu dents whose 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 required to devote five days of each week to normal work, and one day to industrial employment. The various courses will be taught by specialists thoroughly competent, and Tuskegee Institute with its complete material equipment in every depart ment thus affords superior advantag es for young men and women wish ing to prepare themselves for literary and industrial teachers, and for such teachers desiring to take advanced work. For further information ad dress, Hooker T. Washington. Prin Tuskegee Institute, Ala. GOT OFF CHEAP. He may well think he has got off cheap, who, after having contracted constipation or indigestion, is still able to perfectly restore his health. Nothing will do this but Dr. King’s New Lite Pills. A quick, pleasant and certain cure for headache, con stipation, etc. 25c at Jas. Hullinger A: Go’s., ding store, guaranteed. 23d and LarimerSt. GRAND JUNCTION, COLO A very pretty wedding of the early autumn was that of Miss Georgia Bell Evans and John Henry Turner, which was solemnized at high noon on the 20th, at the home of the bride’s sister, 341 (,'hcpeta avenue. Jlev. Mil ler of the Baptist Chruch officiated. As the sister of the bride, Mrs. E. C. Loan, played Mendelssohn wed ding march, the bride was given away by Mr. I unn. Miss Amanda Gayles was maid of honor. The bride wore a beautiful dr- ss of point de sprit over white silk. The house was bean-1 tifully decorated with cut llower and refreshments consisting of the deli-j cacies of the season were served by j Mesdames Lunn, Fannie Buckner, K. Woodard. Mr. and Mrs. Turner left for a tour of the state and points in | Utah. Mrs. Turner was reared in, Denver where she has many friends. 1 Mr. Turner is well known here. The La Comas Club and a number of friends were entertained Thursday night of last week at the home of J. H. Newman and wifs. There were' several fine musical selection which added much to Iho enjoyment of the evening. "Under the Old Apple, Tree" was rendered by a male ipiar tet in a most delightful manner. The • do, “Miss Lindy” by Mrs. Lunn was heartily applauded. Dancing and cards also had a part in the evening's pleasures. Later in the evening Mrs. Newman served an elaborate supper. The La Comas Club is rapidly be coming a popular social organization and the gathering of its members and a few intimate friends was one of the ; most enjoyable meetings the club has held. The Citizens Club held its recep-1 tion and ball on Wednesday evening ; of last week complimentary to the: many visiting friends. There werei twenty oouples and the grand march was led by Mr, and Mrs. H. Brown of Aspen. J. E. Harris acted as floor manager and Messrs. Sheldon, Lan gon and Parsons were on the enter tainrnent committee. At one o’clock an elegant supper was served. T. P. Langon acted as toastmaster anil re sponses were made by the guests. The Citizens’ Social Club always alert and progressive in all things, sometime since conceived the idea of entertaining the visitors who attend ed the Mesa County Fair At 9:30 the sweet strains of music of Prof. Adam told of the coming grand march when seventy live ladies gowned in the latest styles and as many gallant knights participated. This was one of the most beautiful sights ever be held on a ball room floor and the rep [illation of Mr. Brown an a master in ' this line was fully sustained. After the latest danoea were enj 'yed on* hundred and fifty persons rep«ire<l to th« banquet ball where the lablta were laden with the choice viands for which Grand Valley is famous, Af ter the banquet dancing was resumed until the small hours of morning and when the merry throng went to their several homes the beautiful moon be gan to peep over the hills and smile on those whose hearts were g'adden and fond memories linked by the fore thought of the Citizens’ Social Club. Among the visitors were D. C. Wood son. Mesdames Kinney. Hindi field, Lawrence, Misses James and Johnson of Olenwood: Miss Caiameise, Messrs Sanford 'and Steward of Leadville; Mrs. Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. Brown of Aspen: John Caulesherry of Colorado City. LEADVILLE, COLO. 0. VV Ksle« is on tin- kick liat. Rev. Redd went to Salt I-ake after last week after hie aon who is very aick in that city. J. H. Shakleford and wife contem plate leaving the city for the benefit of the former'* health. ) J . L. Johnson spent two days this week in Olenwood. Sanford Steward returned last week from a visit to Grand Junction, •Miss K. Calameise spent a few days in Grand Junction on a pleasure trip. Mrs. E, Young, and her niece. Miss Lockett, returned Tuesday from more than a year's visit to (Mints in Illi nois. They expect to make their home in the easi. BOULDER COLORADO. Rev. Ed Darin, Mendame* M. A, Conley and Ramsey of Vinila, I. T., are in the city visiting relatives. D. Stewart of Brookwood, Ala : and G. W. West of Tulsa, I. T., are in the city fur a short stay. Mrs, Ella P. Morrow of Vinita, I. T., who has been visiting her sinter. Mrs. Lulu E. Hall, has returned home. Mrs. Lulu E. Hall entertained at dinner Sunday evening Mins Jennie Harris of Dallas, Texas, D Steward of Brookwood, Ala., Dr. Webb and A B. Minor of this city.