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Springs.
Rev. Tillman is conducting a two
weeks, revival, assisted by Evangelist
Ramsey and Rev. Bray, of Pueblo.
Mrs. N. J. Reynolds entertained at
dinner Monday in honor of Mrs. Ram
sey, of Pueblo.
Mrs. Ida Cambril is out of the city
for an jndeflnlte stay
Mrs. Mamie MacNell is housekeep
ing at 537 East Cimmaron street
Miss Beatrice Boyer is the guest of
her sister. Mrs. Maggie Carter, after a
few weeks' visit at Salida.
Mr Robert Steele and Mrs. Martha
Washington are quite 111.
Grant Lyceum has been suspended
during the revival meeting.
W H Duncan's children are sick.
Mrs. Ida W Clark, a professional
chiropodist of Chicago, lias secured a
position in a first-class hair dressing
and toilet parlor to perform scientific
chiropody. »
Mrs Emma Gee entertained friends
at dinner Tuesday in honor of Mrs.
Rumsey. of Pueblo.
Rev. Wilson, of Longview, Tex., a
Baptist evangelist, was in the city to
attend Rev. Gladden's infant's funeral.
The evangelistic meeting at Mrs
Fanny Franklin's was led by Mrs
Hundley, and the subject, "The Duty
of Aged Women Next meeting will
be held at Mrs. Alexander's. February
7. at Mrs. Lizzie Watson's, February
14. Mothers’ meeting at Mrs. Proc
tor’s.
Miss Edna WInfey and Lucy Billops
entered High School this school term,
making a total of five girls and one
colored hoy in attendance.
Epiphany Guild gave a chicken sup
per at the residence of Mrs. Ida Flem
ing Thursday night, and a neat sum
was realised for the church fund
Miss Wllhelrnina Hall was in Pueblo,
this week on lodge business.
The Eplphuny Mission has been di
vided Into two posts, with Mrs Cora
Jackson as captain No. 1 aud Mrs.
Maud Jenkins as captain No. 2, for the
purpose of talslng $200 by Easter for
the church. Mrs. Jenkins gave a spa
ghetti social at her home Monday
night, which was a complete success
financially and socially.
Mrs. R. B. Fleming and Eugene Car-J
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ter are improving.
Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins' little daughter
is able to be up after a severe attack
of pneumonia.
Rev. South, presiding elder of To
peka. Kan., will hold the last quar
terly meeting for this conference year
at People’s M. E. Church Sunday. Com
munion at 3 p. m , to which the public
is invited, and likewise to attend all
the services. Rev. Neloms. the pas
tor. has resigned the pa storage of this
church.
Rev. Thomas, of Lincoln. Neb., filled
the pulpit for Rev. Gladden Sunday
evening owing to death in the family
Mrs. A. Kinney sprained her kne»*
last week and has been con fined to
her room.
Mrs. Julia Emery entertained a few
friends Sunday. Those present were
Mesdames Rosa Moore, Caulsberty.
Thornton A jolly afternoon was spent
Frank Earl tendered his father. Mr
U. D Earl, a surprise party last Tues
da /night on the occasion of his forty
eighth birthday.
Douglas Gladden, the infant son of
Rev and Mrs. W. E. Gladden, died last
Saturday night and was burled from
St. John's Haptist Church Monday at
2 p. m., Rev. Ford, of Denver, offlf iat
ing. assisted by Rev Tillman and oth
ers. Interment at Evergreen. This
is an especial sad death, since it has
only been nine months ago that their
son Howard was laid to rest. Rev.
and Mrs. Gladden have the deepest
sympathy of the entire community in
this their trial hour.
Frank Suggs has been very ill. but
is slightly improving. Mrs. Manley is
indisposed this week also.
M. Delcasse Is Husky.
M. Delcaase former French mlnlstei
of foreign affair*, la now In hla 53d
fear, and la described as being wlrj
and tough, with a round head, closel)
cropped, a bristly mustache and s
locked mouth, Indicating a fighter. Hlr
appearance Indicates a maa capable ot
much toll.
Sto essel's Nephew.
O. I. Btoeaael, a nephew of the Rue
•Ian commander who waa In corn
Band at Port Arthur, la a truck far
Ber near Paea Chrlitlan, tllaa. K.
waa born In New Orlaana, to whlc
altj hla parent! came from Swttze
had arer aft* reara aaa
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