COLORADO’S GREATEST RACE PAPER
News from all parts of the West.
Sunday, Feb. 18.
The semi-annual sermon of Cldud City
lJterary was preached at St. Luke's
A. M. E. Church. Following was th
Invocation by Chopin—A. J. Young.
Singing, "All Hail the Power ol
Jesus' Name"—By Society.
Address by President J. H. Shepard.
Paper, "Higher Education for tai
Nego"—By Mrs. M. E. Scott.
Paper—"Our Boys"—Mrs. Emma Mc-
Duet—By Mr. Shepard and airs
Paper. "Our Girls"—By Mrs. E
Preaching—By F. L. Scott. A. Ml I
Committee: Mrs. S. Everett, Mr. .•
L Johnson. Miss Mary Milligan: Miss
Stellla Everett, Secretary.
Three young Indies of Cloud City
Literary broke all records as table
committee. They cleared $15. I mus'
tell their names: Miss Stellla Everett,
Miss Bessie Moss, Miss Ethel Talbert
Under the pastorage of Rev. 8eoC
our church is doing nicely. The con
gregatlon Is Increasing. The young
and old can always learn somethin
from Rev. Scott's "Hints," as he calls
It. He Bays he never talks plain, only
hints: but we all understand when he
Miss Nannie lajckett left for Chi
Mr. Geo. McCullough and J. T
Thrower made the trip to Victor on
Monday over the low line, returnlm
over the high line. While in Victor
they were entertained at dinner by
Mr. and Mrs. Oco. Colwell.
You who are Indebted to The States
man will favor the editor very much
by sending your money to 1026 Nine
Mrs. C. A. Pilgrim will serve tea
next Monday evening, Feb. 26, at her
residence on Warren avenue for the
lienellt of the Episcopal Guild of Col
orado Springs. All are Invited.
Peter Miller died at the County
Hospital last Wednesday morning ol
pneumonia, after an Ulnesa of only t
THE S i ATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO.
(ow (lavs. Mr. Miller had conducted
a barber shop on Masonic avenue prior
to his death, and had been a resident
of the district ahout 10 years. He wa:
60 year sof age and leaves two sons,
but their whereabouts are not kn«Fr>
by any of his friends. Interment was
made at Mt. Pisgah.
Mr. Geo. McCullough of Denver was
called to the bedside of his brother, L
F. McCullough, of this city, who is
Mrs. Wagner of Victor continues t<
Mesdames Colwell and Graves were
shopping in the Creek last Saturday.
GRAND JUNCTION NOTES.
Mr. Edward Mays, one of our re
spected citizens, died last Saturday
afternoon at 2:15. About two Afeeks
ago he was stricken with paralysis
but was considered out of danger until
last Thursday, when he was attacav
by a second stroke, from which he
nevi r recovered. During bis brief ill
ness he was carefully looked after b
the citizens of this city and the body
prepared for burial, which were ship
ped to Denver Sunday evening. Much
credit is due to Mrs. Finley for atten
tlou given him. Short services were
held at the Morgue by Rev. Redd.
The Progressive Literary Society
met last Thursday night and rendered
another interesting program.
Rev. J. H. C. Hedd preached a very
abl sermon last Sunday evening at A
M. K. Church Much interest was man
IfeBted and two additions were made
to the church.
The trustees of tho A. M. E. Church
are preparing to build a parsonage on
lots adjoining the church. This Is in
deed a needed addition, and we hope
they will meet with success.
Mr. A. Gravette has accepted a po
sion at the Grand Hotel.
MV. J. C. Bates of Salida was in the
city last Monday on business
BE SURE TO ROOM with Mrs. 8.
J. Bunker when you go to Mutton,
Colo. Modern house, very convenient.
The whereabouts of Henry Brook*
or Doc Brooks, who was in Boulder in
June and Denver in August.
Qlenwood Springs, Colo
A BIG SNAP—NEEDS MONEY.
2.400 shares of Golden Chest Min
ing Company for sale at the very low
price of 15 cents. Inquire of J. S
Cable, Brighton, Colo. This muBt be
sold at once. Will sell part.
Mr*. W. A. Holly ha* bee* sick.
At this writing Miss Winifred Harris
on ia reported to be very low.
*fte te*id»wee of Wm. King wasde
strayed by Are Sunday evening.
The clubs will please send their
news to 900 E. Abriendo avenue for
Rev. C. W. Holmes preached the
sacrament sermon at St. Paul's A. M.
E. Church Sunday afternoon. In the
absence of the Presiding Elder, Rev.
Owens administered sacrament. Rev.
Holmes will close his work in this
oity next Sunday by union services.
Mrs. M. Clay ia able to be out
Rev. Hubbard left Friday for Cbey
ANDERSON & CO.
The colored dealers
2527 Larimer street. Phone Main 5445
Flour, feed, kindling and farm produce.
Any grade of coal delivered at market price.
G.W. Andrews Pko ” ““
Painting' Paper Hanging B - F * HARR,S *
ail Kalsomiolne EXpREBs N 0
Phone 3093 white —-
2024 Washington Avc Btand I 0 & Champa
A special projjrmu *u rendered
Sunday night at the A. If. E. Church
in oommenortton of the birth of Hieh
ard Allen, the flrat biahop of the con
nection.. lira. Hubbard entertained
the W illing workera laat Thursday.
Torture By Bavagea.
"Speaking of the torture to which
some of the savage tribes in the Phil
lpplnes subject their captives, re
minds me of the intense suffering I
endured for three months from inflam
Imation of the Kidneys." says W. M
Sherman, of Cushing, Me. "Nothing
helped me until I tried Electric Bit
ters, three bottles of which complete
ly cured me.” Cures IJver Com
plaint, Dyspepsia, Blood Disorders and
Malaria; and restores the weak and
nervoos to robust health. OssraaNss
by ail druggists. Price 50c.
Waste of Nerve Energy.
Bo many people needlessly and
recklessly waste their Berra energy.
They drum the chair or the desk with
their Angers or tap the floor with their
toes. They hold their hands They
alt In a rocking chair and rock for
very dear life. If they write or sew
they get down to It with a vengeance
and contract their brows and wrtnkh
their foreheads sad grind their teeth
tf they have an unusual task to do
they contract and contort every mus
cle of the body, making themselves
tease and rigid all over, when the
work perhaps required bat one set et
muscles or perhaps the mind only, an
the case may be.
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