RESOLUTION OF CONDOLENCE
Denver, Colo., Nov. 26,1905
Whereas, We believe that God is
just and doeth all things well and for
Whereas, He saw fit to remove from
our midst our beloved brother, Chas.
Hooper, who was so faithful to every
duty placed upon him; and
W T hereas, Brother Hooper was ever
mindful of the welfare of our church
and was a loving brother and a loyal
Whereas, We realize in his death
we have lost one of our most faithful
members, Ire it
Besolved, That we, the members of
the official board of Shorter A M. E'
Church, in behalf of the entire mem
bership of said church, do hereby ex
tend to the family of the deceased,
our deepest sympathy in their great
sorrow and would say to them “ W T eep
not, thy brother is not dead but sleep
eth,” and would also point them to a
loving Savior, who was ‘’A man of
sorrow and acquainted with grief,”
and is able and willing to help all to
overcome even as He has overcome.
Be it further
Resol rod, That a copy of these res
olutions be sent to the bereaved fami
ly of the deceased and also published
in each of our weekly papers.
Rev. W. W. S Dyett, Pastor
J, C. Porter, Sec, Official Board
The A, C. E. L. also passed resolu
HAVE YOU EVER SEEN A WIN
Galveston has the finest beach in
the South. The climate is wonderful.
Low altitude, humidity of atmos
phere, soothing sea breezes and the
general restful effect of the easy
Southern life all tend to alow down
the irritable heart and brain and
bring about pefrect rest.
The Colorado & Southern make a
round trip rate of 543.60 to Galves
ton. Mr. EA. Cooper, C. P. A.,
17th and Curtis streets, will tell you
about this attractive place.
"For seven years,” writes Geo, W.
Hoffman of Harper, Wash., "I had a
bitter battle with ch-onic stomach
and liver trouble, but at last I won,
and cured my diseases by the use of
Electric Bitters. I unhesitatingly
recommend them to all and don't in
tend in the future to be without them
in the house. They are certainly a
wonderful msdioine to have cured
such a bad case as mine.” Sold un
der guarantee to do the same for you,
by alljdruggists at 50c a bottle. Try
The Owner—Be careful of that
trunk, will you?
The Porter—Sure! If you're not
careful of these cheap trunks they’ll
be tmaiked before you know it.
THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO.
Owns Valuable Alaskan Mines.
Miss Lena F. Walton, the most ex
tensive Individual holder of roinlni.
property in Alaska, is now eu rout?
from Seattle to New York and Liver
pool. Miss Walton is a native of
Bridgeton. N. .1.. and was a milliner
in Seattle in 1896, when the gold be
gan to come down from Alaska by the
shipload. The sight of the nuggets on
the docks gave her the gold fever and
she gave away her millinery shop, tab
ing what money she could raise on
short notice. She is the owner of tin
mines in Cook’s inlet and on the York
Fruit Preserved Cheaply.
A new process in the preservatior
of food products in transit has beer
invented by Charles Blagburn, of An
tioch. Cal. Use Is made of tin
vacuum, and by it goods—such a:
fruits —can be Kept for three month:
without decay. Besides the fruit doe:
tot ripen further in ihe vacuum, I
efrigeralor car costs $7."0 for a trans
ortinental trip. In the new way th
ran ; j ortatlon would cost S2OO.
THE COLORADAN’S WINTER
Sau Antonio is an ideal place to
spend the winter. Halt foreign, whol
ly unique it is altogether one of the
interesting places. Its perfect cli
mate, semi tropical vegetation and
numerous plazas, adobe and missions
make it more like an old Spanish city
than any American town.
The round trip rale to Sau Antonio
via Colorado A Southern is St 1.10.
Complete information may be had
from Mr. E. A, Cooper, C. I’, A , ITih
and Curtis Streets,
SHALL I SEE HER?
Shall I see my mother yonder.
Sitting at the Master’s feet?
Shall I see her oft and wonder,
Kneeling at the mercy seat
Shall I hear her tell the story
Of the things prepared above
Shall I witness these in glory,
Both of God and His great love?
Shall I see my mother yonder
In her robe of purest white
Shall I see her thus and wonder
When my spirit wings Us Hight?
Shall I stand within the portals,
Where the feet of saints have trod
Shall I dwell with the immortals
And that maker, who is God?
Shall I see my mother yonder,
Filled with joy and holy grace;
Shall I see her still and wonder
And adore that perfect face?
Shall I press the hand so tender
Which in childish years of mine
Was my staff my sure defender
And sweet being half divine,
Shall I see by mother yonder
If this life portray her worth;
1 shall meet her and shall wonder
Why in sin men die cn earth.
I shall live with her who left roe
In this world alone distress
She shall keep and not forsake mo
In that homeland of the blest.
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