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TER SOUTH? 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 slow down the irritable heart and brain and bring about pefrect rest. The Colorado & Southern make a round trip rate of $43.50 to Galves ton, Mr. E. A. Cooper, C. P. A., 17th and Curtis streets, will tell you about this attractive place. FURIOUS FIGHTING. “For seven years,” writes Geo. W. Hoffman of Harper, Wash., “I had a bitter battle with chronic 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 medicine to have cured such a bad case as mine.” Sold un der guarantee to do the same for you, by alljdruggists at hOc a bottle Try them tedav. Always Staunch And True The Denver Republican has al ways avoided the fallacies and knaveries of yellow journalism, and its steadily increasing Circula tion proves conclusively that its policy of telling the plain Truth without exaggeration or misrepre sentation, standing fast for the Right, • heartily approved with growing force by the intelligent Public to which it appeals. To read it is a libera! Education, and the citizen who goes without it does a positive harm to himself, to his family, and to the commu nity. In no other way can the invest ment of 2 y, cents per day —for that is all The Republican costs any subscriber—bring such rich results in that Knowledge which is both Power and Pleasure. Information, instruction and en tertainment fill its columns and it leaves a good taste in the mouth of the reader. It stands for Law and Order in the Slate—for Peace, Prosperity and Happiness in the Home. If you arc not already enrolled among its splendid list of Patrons send on ycur subscription and give it a fair Inal at 73 cents per month for Daily and Sunday. THE STATESMAN. DENVER. COLORADO. TEXAS THE COLORADAN’S WINTER RESORT. Sau Antonio is an ideal place to spend the winter. Half foreign, wbol ly nnique 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 rate to San Antonio via Colorado & Southern is 541.10. Complete information may be had from Mr. E. A. Cooper, C. P, A., 17th and Curtis Streets. One Virtue in Napoleon. The aficr-dinner orator is born, not made; the artificial product takes hints and copies in vain. All agree, however, that the unexpected "goes" best. I.ord Chancellor Campbell knew this when at dinner of authors he sud denly rose, asked that glasses might be charged, and submitted "Napo ’.eon." There were cries of dissent, hut Campbell went on undisturbed: "We as authors must feel that the name of Napoleon should he held Ir, honor, for let us never forget that he once shot a publisher.’’ That toast •va« drunk with enthusiasm Hlack uid White. Woman Financier. Shs entered a large department store to buy a yard of silk, which the eleik told her would co.-.t her 75 cents Kei pun base left a remnant of one ind one-half yards. The clerk sug gested that she buy the remnant ‘What will you take for It?" asked the woman. "Fifty cents, madam," replied the clerk. "Well, I'll take It, but you can keep the yard you’ve Just •orn oil." The clerk was staggered 'or a moment, but appreciating tl» iumor of the proposal made the n. change. When there are two rivals for a wid ow’s hand one of them Is apt to win by losing. The average wife looks upon her husband as an automatic machine for supplying her wants. Man proposes—and later on he la apt to wonder how 1 e managed to make such a fool of himself. The most engaging summer girl Is the one who secures the larg-’st col lection of engagement rings. Love that can stand a peruke and secondhand teeth may be safely branded as the genuine article. There are two things that try a man’s courage—marriage and death. Eat after ho has passed the Brat he doesn’t fear the second. A woman may not. be able to sharp en a pencil or propel a stone with ac curacy, but she can pack more things In a trunk than a man can pile on a truck. RUSSIAN PROVERBS. Over th« wom»a from afar tha devil pours honar Attention!—^ “The Statesman” We want to call jour attention to our Job Printing Department. It Imprint on your ia perfectlj equipped to do ALL I | your printing, and do it right. JOD Printing We can print anything from a k a citrn nf calling card to a poater. Try u. 1j a M&U U1 on your next order. 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