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Re». V. L. Bray, father of Her. H
Bray. who recently came here from
Kentucky, ban been elected secretary
of the Afro-American Realty Co.
Persons coming to Pueblo, wishing
good fir.t class room, call at 900
Abriemlo Are. Mrs. J. 8. Young.
Mrs. B. Junes is suffering from
Mrs. Susie Donaldson of Colorado
City, is slopping with Mrs. Kale Red
Ariel Gatewood and his sister, Dim
pie have been sick the result of vac
Mother Howard was visiting on the
Mesa last week the guest of Mes
dames Watson, Townsend and Ma
Miss Wilson of Mississippi, who
spent the summer with her aunt, Mrs.
Seay, has returned to her home.
Mr, ami Mrs. Brown have returned
In Pueblo and will locate to Bessemer
Mr Brown is employed at the C., F.
and I. Company store.
Miss Patrick of Kansas City passed
through the city Friday enroute to
Nevada whore she joins a trnup.
Thomas George, Jr., who has been
sick with typhoid fever is convales
cent, ‘ .
I Evangelist, Mrs. A. M. Ramsey oc
j copied the pulpit at St. Juba's A. M.
E. Church. At evening Win. North
made an interesting talk, subject.
“How Sba'l We Preserve Our Bovs. - ’
Mr ami Mrs. Harvey Neeley have
returned to the city after an absence
of several months in Glen wood
where they have been for the benefit
of the formers' health.
Mr. and Mrs Bohanan, who came
here some weeks ago from Kansas,
has bought out a restaurant in Besse
We congratulate Emmet Cammsll
on bis promotion with the C. S. Mer.
Co. of Colorado Springs.
O. I. Boyd, our popular policeman,
will move into a new home this week.
He is to lie congratulated on his for
tune in securing so valuable a piece
of property at a low figure.
The death of Rev. T. J. DeClel
land of Colorado Springs occurred in
this city Thursday of last week. Af
ter brief service Friday afternoon the
remains ware shipped for interment.
The services were conducted by Revs.
Bray, Holmes and Owens. Mrs. J.
P. Watson. Rev. and Mrs. Bray as
oompanied the widow to the Springs.
Rev. Owens left Saturday to lie pres
ent at the obsequies.
Mrs. Maud Sawyer deserves great |
credit for the program rendered at
the Hallowe’en social given by the I
Sewing Circle of St. John's Church i
Tuesday evening. The children in
the pumpkin drill delighted the au
dience. Mrs. Young, president of the
circle wisher to thank the chairman
and the several committees for their
1 faithful services, the kind friends for
donations and the public for its pat-!
I ronage.
The Mothers' Excelsior Club met
I this week with Mrs. Carrie North and
1 enjoyed a good attendance. The Mod
| est Art Club was entertained by Mrs.
|J. A. Jones. Much imports) t busi
ness was transacted. The club will
give its anniversary soon. The regu
lar monthly meeting of the \V. C. D.
! will meet next Wednesday at Scott's
Chapel at which time the president
desires a good attendance. A great
hindrance to our club work is the
lack of enthusiasm on the part of the
women. As the clubs are now hav
ing their regular meetings, those wish
iug notes in The Statesman send
to Mrs. J. S. Young, StOO E. Abriendo,
convs|>ondeut. The clubs of this
city are a credit to the women of
Colorado and mention should be mads
of them each week.
The Elks held their annual smoker
Monday night.
Household of Ruth No 615, gave a
rag social Monday night. Mrs. Free
man and James Young were awarded
Another Household of Ruth was
set up last week by H. H. Voss of
Salt bake with 2,'t members.
Rev. J. H. Hubbard, Presididg El- j
derof the Denver District, is holding!
the first quarterly meetfug of the
year. He is stopping with Mrs. Ella
Allen, Mesdames Krisby and John
son entertainer! for him and Rev Mc-
Intyre and family atjdinuer Sunday./
The revival services which have lieen
in progress closed last Sunday. The
result is two converts and live re
claimed. The ladies Aid will serve
dinner Thanksgiving.
Newspaper Man Surely Has Woes
Enough on Earth.
The ignorance of the average citi
zen in regard to the inner workings of
a newspaper is something remarkable.
Some of them appear to think that
everybody on the newspaper, from the
office boy to the editor in chief, writes
or is responsible for everything that
appears in each number. It is not al
together an uncommon experience for
a newspaper writer to be accosted on
.he street, and remonstrated with
about a certain item that appeared in
his paper. After a brief cross-exam
ination. it becomes apparent that the
Item referred to was a dispatch from
some distant quarter of the globe.
Sorely, the overworked newspaper
man has a lot to put up with. He
should have an easy ••sit** in the here-
whether he works on a gilt
leat;Jcmrnal, published in Paradise,
ar an asbestos sheet, published some
where else.—Los Angeles Times.
Why Good Bys Multiply.
What te the psychological reason
which makes women prolong good*
bys? iskt the Brookline Times. Mrs.
G. B. Carpenter, president of the Chi
cago Woman's Club says: 'I should
say that It is because woman, as a
rule, does not think oct logically what
she says and does not roneentrale her
mind upon one line of thought. When
one woman meets another she doea
not do as a man would and gather to
gether in her mind the things she
wants to say to this particular person.
She has not made any inventory of
them and consequently she begins hit
nr miss. Then, when it has apparently
ill been said, she thinks of something
ei»e. So she hastily calls her friend
back. Perhaps, or rather probably,
the other woman does the same thing,
and so good byi multiply.*'
Everything in Its Place.
She —! hid a S bill in the dieting
ary yesterday and I can't find it iw
He—Did yo» look ament (he oti -
Vs. detrT
NO. 71

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