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PUEBLO, COLO.
FOR KENT—A nicely furnished
room, at SKX) E. Abrieudo, one block
east of the Bessemer car line.
Pueb'o is enjoying a much needed
snow.
Rev. Holmes is in Canon City
Mrs. Charley Jones has moved on
East Ith St.
<1 Mrs. Finley of Denver is visiting
her sister. Mrs. Townsend.
Mrs. Khodia Cargylo came down
rom Salida to attend Ben Htir.
Mrs. Lillie hss returned from Den
ver where she has been visiting her
da ugh ter.
Mr. Van of Salida is in the city to
have bis eyes operated upon. He is
the guest of J. W. Young.
Mr. Wright, wife of Dr. Wright, re
coived the sad news of the death of
her mother. She has the sympathy
of a large circle of friends. The Doc
tor's health has been failing for some
time and now he is unable to attend
his practice.
Mis Helen Gatewood and children
have returned from the ranch the
health of the latter being much ben
efittcd.
Mr, Williams of Great Bend, Kan
•as, and Mr. Kershaw of Montreal,
Canada are syiending a few days w ith
, Bart Cunningham They trill leave
soon for their homes.
Dr. 8 A. Hoff was assaulted in his
office one evening last week by one
Hipsiro and wife, and only for the
timely interference and heroi ■> assis
tancoof his wife be would probably
have lost his life. The Hipsires owed
the Doctor and took this method of
settling the account.
The \\. C. T. I', hchl an interest
ing meeting Wednesday afternoon
Some new pledges were signed and
arrangements made for the reception
oi Mrs. Booker T Washington who is
expected on the 17,
Mrs Addic Freeman is indisposed,
Mm, Grigsby is suffering with pneu
monia. Mrs. Guy is convalescing.
Little Ruth W asbiiigtou is sick. Mrs.
J. W. Young is recovering from the
effects of a cold. Geo T Quillan is
itnprovli g.
Ed Flowers was taken ill Monday,
'jot Is now able to lie out
Miss Ida Hogue is iudis|io>nd.
Ch t». Light tier, who is well know
in tbiavi. tnlty, has the sympathy of
I ic community on the death of his
father which occurred suddenly last
Sunday morning at his home in Den
or. His death followed that of his
wife by four months.
Rce. Waleou. Presiding Elder of
the Colorado Sptings Disricl. spent
the holidays with his family. Though
afflicted with rheumatism he attended
services Sunday. He and his esteem
able wife were kindly remembered by
Mrs. Ruiaell and daughter of W»ib
THE STATESMAN. DENVER. COLORADO.
iuglon D. C., Mrs. L. C. Hill, Chica
go, Kuth Hooper, Helena; Mrs. An
thony, Jefferson City; Mesdames Van
and Bruce of Salida; L. S. Black, W.
B. Townsend and a Xew Year's boi
from Rev. J. C C. o*ens and wife.
i
"Good-By.”
•'And they knew not ’hat even then
they were raying good-by.”—From Some
where.
Brother, this one thing remember
Underneath the arching sky:
Known Is ever}' word of greeting.
Any word may be good-by!
Tears ago In old Pompeii
Said a lover, "Night i» nigh;”
Then the lava seared and covered.
Aral those words were his good-by!
Ah. how man> “to-morrow*"
Flushing cheek god kindled (
Towhlng whom O ds awful finger
•»f "to-morrow" naakea "good-by!”
Should we not t.> those who Jo\e us
• tenflc ho until die?
Known is every word of greeting.
Any word may bo g<*»d-b\!
New Orleans Picayune.
China Feared Dragons in Poultry.
A superstition of China is thus de
icrlbed by a traveler: For a lone
series of marches going through this
rountry we could get no fowls, a great
privation In this part of China where
no meat is obtainable. We were told
that some time before a fowl had
rratched a man an-! lie had died from
•he effects. A story got about that a
dragon had got into the poultry and
they wore liable to cause death to
their owner*. Throughout all (he
neighboring districts al the poultry
were slaughtered as the story spread
ind we had to pay fabulous suras when
wo came across any.”
Derivation of Words.
A song of by-pout* generation re
ptoached the French with calling their
mothers “mares" and a!! their daugh
ten ‘‘Allien*': and It Is easy to Imac
nc that “Ally" la -connected with “Alle."
*g a matter of fact, the word * filly"
a of Scandinavian origin and is really
i diminutive of “foal." Shakespeare
makes Puck disguise himself in like
8088 of a Ally foal " “Mare” Is the
knglo-Sa»on “mere.'* feminine of
*mearh." a horse, a trace of which re
nalns In “marshal.” which properly
dculfiCß roaster of the hone
BEATS THE MUSIC CURE.
To keep the body jn tune. n writes
Mrs. Maty Brown, 20 Lafayette Place.
Poughkeepsie. N. Y. “I take Dr.
King's New Life Pills. They are the
most reliable and pleasant laxative I
have found.” Beat for the Stomach.
Liver and Bowels. Guarantied by all
druggists 25c.
HAVE YOU EVER SEEN A WIN
TER SOUTH?
Galveston has the finest beach in
the South. The climate is wonderful
Low altitude, humidity of atmos
phere, soothing st a breezes and the
general restful effect of the easy
Southern life all leud to slow down
the irritable heart and brain and
bring about pefrect rest.
The Colorado \ Southern make a
rouuil trip rate of 513.60 to Gakes
ton Mr E A Cooper. C. I*. A.,
t"lh and Curtis streets, will tell you
about thl« attractive' place.
Smith Premier I
Ibe Wcrid’s Best Typewriter |
Srml for nur Lltlle Booh which oxplolna Why
i
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Our Employment
Department
We furnish them promptly.
We save you time and trouble.
We carefully examine all applicants.
We select to meet your requirements.
W e make no charge to either party.
We nave operators with the combined qualifications ;
of stenographer, typewriter and bookkeeper, also ex- \
| pert telegraphers.
Let us know what machine must be used, the char
acter ot the work to be done, and the salary you want 'K
to pay, and we will promptly meet your requirements, i
if) The Smith Premier Typewriter Co.
DENVER BRANCH. 1637 Cbampa St.
***l X- -■ ■ ■■■ ■’ ' ■ '
> Topeka Industrial and Educational Institute >
f “THE WESTERN TUSKEGEE” *
Five teachers from that famous institution. The ONLY NON
SECTARIAN school for Negroes of the West A school of *
Christian Culture.—
DEPARTMENTS
Normal, Normal Preparatory, Agricultural, Indus
trial, Business. Music and Military Science.
TRADES TAUGHT
Carpentry, Painting, Printing. Book binding, Tail
oring. Sewing, Dress making, Laundrying, Bask
etry, Domestic Science, Agriculture in its various
phases, Stenography, Typewriting, Agricultural
... ' and Mechanical Drawing.
ADVANTAGES
F.ipenses reasonable. Self help encouraged. Ver?
careful attention given home training of youn
women. Rigid discipline maintained. Farm ol
106 acres. Location and sanitation the very hem
Endorsed by ministers of every denomination
The Fall Term begins Tuesday Sept. 3. Try to b«
present the opening day. For further informati n address
WM. R. CART ER President,
Topeka Kas

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