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DENVER DOINGS.
Mn. Deliar baa opmad a Home
Baker; at 1813 Clarkaon Street aod
ia prapand to take ord srs for bread
piaa aoA fane; puddings. Phone
Blue, 3083. il 1
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WOiD ABOUT RHEUMATISM.
if « " —_
W. A. Rice, who is the past Exulted
Ruler and travelling deputy of Rice
Lodge No. 39. Order of fi'lks, is a be
liever In the truth and he tells the
trnth at tout his recent illness when he
sa,vB:
Denver, Colo., Dec 23, 190G.
The Abott Pharmacy, Dr. Sol Ringol
sky:
19th and Curtis Streets
ivar Sir: After an attack of ty
phoid fever. I was stricken down with
rheumatism and for nine months I
was unable to remove my cOthes with
out the assistance of some one 1
h«’«rd of your rheumatic remedy from
friends of min** whom had been cured
by your remedy^d vising ine to give
it a trial, but I Tad s|s*n so much
money for doctors and medicines 1
decided that medicine was incurable,
but by confidential friends I decided
to give It a trial and 1 can any without
a word of exaggeration, after I had
taken one bottle of your remedy I
commenced to improve. I hi vc taken
three lmottles and part of the fourth
one and today I fee) no symptoms of
the disease at all. I feel to*lay a per
feet maa. bating gained ay regular
weight again and l can say positively
that it !n alt due to your rheumatic
remedy. Sympathiring with all whom
are Muttering with rheumatism, and at
no tifne will I hesitate to n < cotnniend
It.
Respectfully yours.
W. A. HICK.
Residence No. 1828 Arapahoe St
r O. Box No. 731
Woman's day at Campbell A. M. E.
church, Sunday, waa a decided success.
The program was presented in full
with two exceptions. The vocal solos
by Mr*. W. \V. 8. Dyett and Mrs. M
Byrd were all that could have been ex
ported. Mrs. Dyett possesses a voice
**f wotplcrful compass and sweetness
The papers by Mrs. J. E V/imama.
Mrs. Georgo Morrison and Mils Ethel
Kitchuo were carefully prepared and
were received with marked attention
The reading by Mrs. Esther Morris
elicited the rlotest attention. The
leaders who were to raise tec dollars
each exceeded expectations, (me bun
drod 4jtfUn was raised
THE STATESMAN, DENVcR, COLORADO.
Arthur James B. Williams, who was
in the temporary employ of Jerry
Chisholm, Ik running on the Rock
Island between Chicago and Denver
Mrs. Leroy Hayes is here from Oak
land, California, for an indefinite stay
visiting her mother, Mrs. Irving Wil
liam!, and friends.
Miss Mabel Smith of Vegas. N.
M is here spending the winter
months with her friend. Mrs. Lena
Taylor. *
Miss Smith arrived Wednesday from
th*- Meadow City.
J. Vi. Twiner was slightly indisposed
Monday, as was Mrs R. IV Yancy and
Chas. H Carter of Arapanoe street.
Rev. J. E. Williams h;*.s moved from
15028 Downing to 1011 East Twenty
sixth avenue
Mrs. Olivia Broun, who has gone
to Texas to visit relations and friends
will return March 1.
Mrs Roc Qoode has removed from
Lawrence street to 2231 Champa.
The white toys struck last week in
the r. F and I coal yards because the
colored boys were employed. A Http
trouble was the consequence, but the
colored boys are still employed.
Mr. J W Jackson who went to To
peka to confer with Mr. Vernon, re
ports a very successful trip ell also
Informs the trends of Mrs. (J. A. Tar
bet that she is well on the road of
health again.
I»aul Lawrence Dunbar died lasf
hiidn> at his home in Ohio.
Mrs Threet of Walnut street and
Mrs Bertie Barnard were the con
genial hostesses in a dinner party of
twelve Monday afternoon given ir
honor of Mrs Jennie D. Henderson of
Colorado Springs at the Rhine Cafe
The merry party took the auto car
Seeing Denver and spent the rest of
the afternoon.
At 753 Santa Fe last Friday night
Mr uud Mrs. Toby entertained a feu
friends, who happened in. aT pro
gressive whist, euchre and “peanut
smudge." A royal time was had
Mrs Dorcas Watson the cvatige
list, and wifi* of Presiding Elder Wat
•on of the A. M. E church, came tip
to visit Mrs. Virginia Smith, also to
bid Master Preston Smith good-bye
ere he went to Jefferson C.ty to
school and be with hie father, Rev.
J. T Smith
John Doiler. who ha? been tunning
Into Denver, will run out of Cody.
Wyo. for six or eight months.
G. 8 Grant of 2263 Uncoln is con
fined to his bed with sciatic rheuma
tism. He may go to St. Luke's hos
pital.
The Rhine Cafe is now being run
hv a partnership company. Davis *
Srutt.
FOR SALE 2.400 shares in the
GoMen Chest Mining Company, at 18
cents per share. Enquire of J. S. Ca
Ida. Brighton. Colo Will sell part.
. MS
PRICES CUT IN TWO.
The Ideal Drug Slore announces a
tremendous cut in soap. Swift’s and
Armour's toilet soaps, which regular
ly sells for 10 cents per cake, will go
at 5 cents until sold out.
Watch this paper for a display ad
vertisement and keep off the date of
April 16. when Rice and King will
appear at East Turner Hall with an
all star company. Rice is the conjur
ing wonder of magio—second sight—
Anti-spiritualistic illusionist. King is
the kine of comedians and unexcelled
old man impersonator.
A private phone. Main 463. has been
installed in the Meal Drug Store for
the personal use of Dr. Faulkner
Patients may call him up at any hour.
This may be done free of charge by
going to a drug store.
Edward Steel has been called to
Texas by the death of his mother.
The arrangement commit tee of the
True Reformers will give a waffle sup.
per Wednesday evening. Feb. ill. at
the residence of Mrs. Delilah Givens.
2227 Arapahoe street. Admission!
free. Supper 25 cents. A fine pro
gram will be rendered C. M Hughes,
chairman committee
The Woman's League has arranged
for one of its usually splendid ente.
tain menu. This time it will be a
Martha Washington tea party at Five;
IVdnts hall on Wednesday, Feb 21
There will be colonial costumes, sou
venirs and music. The only require
ment is your presence to make it an
ideal evening. The ladies have de
signs upon you that will please you.
Mrs. E. Yarnell of Greeley has gone
to Kansas City to visit jiarents and
friends. She has greatly improve!
in health.
FOR RENT —Two front rooms at
S22 W 9th Ave. convenient to the
Rio Grande depot.
Holley's fifteen piece orchestra is
again preparing to please the public
by an entertainment. Watch for the
date.
V hen you come to Colorado
Springs give Mrs. Franklin a call ht
the “The Quenn Anne" 320 E. Cos
tilla St. Nice sunny rooms and
ix>ard at reasonable rates. 22 9
A Fancy Dress Social will ba given
tinder the auspices of the Woman’s
Guild of the Church of the Redeemer
at Manitou Hall. Thursday evening,
February 8,1906 There will lie giv
en prizes for the best and most
unique dresses worn. The enter
tainments giv$n by the thswe ladies
always insure those who attend a de
lightful time. Admission 35 cents.
MAY LIVE 100 YEARS.
The chances for living a full cen
tury are excellent in the case of Mrs.
Jennie Duncan, of Haynesville. Me.,
now 70 years old. She writes: "Elec
tric Bitters cured me of Chronic Dys
pepsia of 20 years standing.* and made
me feel as well and strong as a young
girl." Electric Bitters cure Stomach
and Liver diseases, Blood disorders,
General Debility and bodily weakness.
Sold on a guarantee at all drug stores.
Price only 50c.
As To The Leopard’s
Spots
By Prof Kelly Miller, Howard Uni
versity, Washington. D. C. Thomaa
Diion. Jr. refuted and ably answered.
A stinging rebuke to the baibaroua
at aek and inciting slurs upon Ne
gro Race. Every race loving Negro
should read. Mailed copy. lac. Send
to Thk Albatboss Supply Co., Was
tern Distributers Quiudaro. Ksrs.
WOMAN’S BIG HAT.
A Lesson Given to On* Who Needed
It In a New York Theater.
That tome women will not remove
their bats in theaten until compelled
ao to do Is a self evident fact, live
the New York Preen. An lnatructlve
| lesson was taught In a popular play
house a few night ago. A gentleman
} and his wife occupied • boi In the
oerond Her, Immediately behind a
1 couple in one of the Hrat tier. He
aat behind madarne, hie wife behind
monsieur Madame's millinery reach
ed lo the moon and was all lingerie
and a ;ard wide. After craning his
v-h till it looked like the aklntlght
; ce. /leal vertebrae of a gralotorlal
giant, he said to his wife In a voice
that carried six feet: "Are you able
to are the stager* "Oh. yea; 1 can eee
quite well. And you?” “See? Not at
all! 1 am hopeleeely shut out. la the
eurtaln up? fa the play going on?"
Monsieur turned quickly, fiercely, com
batively. eyed the speaker, made a
mental estimate of his shuttles, then
whispered savagely to madams, and
off came the skyacraper.
The story recalls the first time la
New York In recent years when et
fbrts were made to persuade women to
remove their hats In playhouses. It oc
curred In Dsly's theater one night that
a man in an orchestra chair was shu*
out ’ a magnificent Gainsborough.
His quent hems and haws wera an
nolle. Finally a brilliant plan
forced Itself into Ms mind. Flcking
, up bla silk hat from the floor he
placed It upon his head and straight
ened up. Immediately there came
| from the rear of the houea: "Take off
that hat!" "Off with that hat!" Tha
! wearer of the Gainsborough In a
‘ panic hastily complied, whereupon tha
• man returned his hat to the floor,
which action was followad by a cho.ua
of satisfactory Ana!" Possibly tha
woman does aot yet know that tha
tllk hat waa tha object a t attack.
An Old Kpltaph.
! An old churchyard near London Is
! iamoua for the Inscriptions on Its
ombstoncs. There Is one on the mem
| >rlai of Susannah Harford, died. 165S,
ict 10 years and 13 weeks. Tha con
•ludlng lines beneath the skull and
irossDones on her monument are:
I Her stage was short her thread waa
quickly spunn.
Drawn# out and rutt, jot baaven. bar
work# was don#.
rhla world to her was but a traced
play.
Him came and MWt, dlfllk'L and
pasted away.

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