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PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. 1«6 19TH STREET. NEAR ARAPAHOE STREET. C. A. FRANKLIN, Editor. TERMS. One jear 12.00 Six months 11.00 Three months 50 Entered at the postofflce, Denver, Colorado, as second class mailroattsr. Black 2207. Phone us your news. Phone us your printing orders. J ust as colored businesses are the logical result of the prejudice which exists in this country, anil receive pat-! ronage because of it no less than for j whatever merit they have, so the lat est commercial venture among our people in this city. The Citizens In vestment Company will answer to a demand which our people have for proper treatment in real estate trans a dims. Under present conditions renting is difficult at best and is more costly for us than for whites. Even purchase is more difficult than for them, and for these two reasons there is need of some institution like The Citizens Investment Company. In eastern cities ainvlar ones have solved the rental problem. Out of them have grown the most diversified of cnmmer cial ventures which have been profit able for our people As an oppor'.u nity for the race lover in this commu uity to show his worth the Company is the bast possible thing. May it live long and prosper. r The seventh anniversary of the pas torate of i’ev. J. E. Ford at Zion Bap tist Church was celebrated last Sun day by appropiate exercises. His has lieeu a record breaking pastorate in sev •nil particulars. First of all in its length. Then his administration has (men marked with unusual cordiality and unity among the members, with resulting improvement in the spiritual and financial welfare. Success is so rarely an accident that the conclusion follows that Rev. Ford is deserving of all the good things which attend him and of all the praise we can bestow. His interest in public matters outside the realm of church work abo entitle him to consideration' and we hope THE STATESMAN. DENVER, COLORADO. that Denver may profit by his exam-1 pie. PUEBLO, COLO. Miss Winfred Harrison is reported no better. Mrs. L. Lord, who has been very sick, is able to be old. Mrs. Marchbanks is sick at the home of her sister, Mrs. Marshall. John Mumford was in Colorado Springs Sunday. Mrs. Susie Donaldsou has returned from Denver. Mrs. J. P. Watson went to Sugar City Saturday to hold meeting. Mrs. Gatewood took her two chil dren, who have been sick, to the ranch last Wednesday for recuperation. Mr. Johnson, accompanied by his wife and daughter spent Thanksgiv- 1 ing with his son, Harry Johnson of Bessemer. They will return to their home in Dewitt, Mo , the last of the week. Mr. Johnson is a brother of Mrs. Gatewood. Mrs. North visited the W. C. T. U., meeting Wednesday an 1 addressed that organization. A paper by Mrs. HolUy on Good Citizenship, was high ly commended. Mrs. Jefferson spoke. Thanksgiving dinners were served at all the churches. The committees express themselves as pleased with the results. Regulate Prices of Medicine. In Prussia the price of medicine Is regulated by the stale, a new price Itat being published every year. Many Mads Happy Daily. Three thousand marriages are per i termed every da 1 all orer the world. Mask Carnival GIVEN BY WM. KNIGHT At Manitou Hall, 1545 Champa $65 WORTH OF PRIZES FREE! One prize to the finest drassed couple, one the most comical dressed couple, and one to the most characteristic couple. GOLD WATCH TO BEST TRAMP. Thurs. Dec. 21 Admission 35c Harris Full Orchestra These stylish cards on the best Wedding Bristol board only 35c for 50 delivered anywhere in the world. Send stamps or money. | 1 p<J4rr t//4.