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Mr*. DeMar has opened a Home Bakery at 1813 Clarkson Street and is prepared to take orders (or bread pies and fancy paddings. Phone Blue, 3023. .11-1 WORD ABOUT RHEUMATISM. W A. Rice, who is the pasi Exalted Ruler and travelling deputy of Rice Lodge No. 39, Order of Elks, Is a be liever In the truth and he tells the truth about his recent Illness when he says: Denver, Colo., Dee. 3", 1906. The Abott Pharmacy, Dr Pol .Rlngol «ky: 19th anu Curtis Streets. Dear Sir —After an titlark of ty phoid fever. I was stricken down with rheumatism and for nine months I was unable to remove my clothes w ith out the assistance of tome one 1 heard of yonr rheumatic remedy front friends of mine whom ha I been cured tiy your remedy, advising ine lo give It a trial, hut 1 had spent so much money for doctors and medicines I decided that medicine wa< Incurable, but by confidential friends I decided to give It a trial and I can say without i. word of exaggeration, after I had taken one bottle of your remedy I commenced to Improve. 1 have taken bottles and part of the fourth one and today I feel no symptoms of the disease at all I feel today a per feet man. having gained my regular weight again and I ran Bay positively that It Is all due lo your rheumatic remedy Symistihiring with all whom are suffering with rheume.lsm. and at no lime will I hesitate to recommend IL Respectfully yours. W. A. RICE, Residence No 1128 Arapahoe 8! P. O. No. 731. Mlii Wiley, of Colorado Spring! cam* up Saturday alt* moon to visit hur friend, Mri, Deugiui, and to hei the commemoratton emcliir of Fred erlck Dougins' anniversary. Mrs. Ellen Thompson, of Callfornf tepuojv jtej jf(ueppus |»ip 'laejis morning and was burlrd from the Zion ltaptlnt Church. Mrs. Mary l>mg has changed hei residence to 2448 I-urlmcr street. I. W Stokes has returned to the cn> after making a trip through California He wtU remain only a abort time THE STATESMAN, DENVcR, COLORADO. CHURCH NOTICE. Church of the Redeemer—Holy com munlon on Sunday, the 25th Inst., at 11 a. m., with sermon by Rev. Dr Mills. Ash Wednesday, Feb. 28. First day of Lent, evening service at 7:45 o'clock. Evening service at 7:45 o'clock on all Sundays in Lent, with special preachers from the city clergy All welcome. Don't forget the chicken supper at Scott's M. E. Church, Twenty-sixth avenue and Clarkson street, Saturday Felt. 24, 190G, from 5 to 10 p. ni Grand rally Sunday Rev. Douglas of tht Central Baptist Church will preach in the afternoon at 3 o'clock. Centra' choir will render music for the occa sion. J. E. Williams, pastor. Mrs. Thorne, 1912 street has been sick three weeks, as has also Mrs. Campbell of 29 Arbor street. Thu revival at Central Baptist Church, conducted by Rev J. B An demon of Sprlngfleld. 111., has been far-reaching in Rp Influence There seems to be a better feeling existing among the members than has been for .'ears The second Sunday In tbi r -’nth the congregation presented the I astor with a 150 suit of clothes, and a few evenings later marched to the parsonage and ladened the dining room table with various kinds of pro visions All this was under the lead ership of Rev. Anderson The pastor desires to thank the friends for thei kindness In remembering hint and for their loyalty to the church as well. CHAS D. DOUGLAS. I’asior Central Baptist Church At a beautifully arranged and artis tlcally designed dinner, Mrs. Ellena Moore of 2542 Curtis entertained a party of four. who. after the dinner, enjoyed themselves wan progressive whist and euchre. Two prizes were awarded to the lucky lady and gentle man, after which light refreshments were served. Mrs. A. Franklin of Champa street has been confined to her bed with ton sllltls. Mrs. Rae Gould of the same number has been suffering from a touch of pneumonia. Mrs. Cook of i .a wren re street Is slightly Improving Mrs Jackson of 111 West Walnut ij indisposed this week. Miss MarJdrtS Colson, who has been suffering with a severe attack of the la grippe, greet ed her friends for the first time Sun day. The little children of Mrs. F. E. Campbell were alck last week. PRICES CUT IN TWO. The Ideal Drug Store 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 magic—second sight— Anti-spiritualistic illusionist. King is the king of comedians and unexcelled old man impersonator. FOR RENT —Two front rooms at 822 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. When you come to Colorado Springs give Mrs. Franklin a call at the “The Quenn Anne” 320 E. Cos tilla St. Nice sunny rooms and board at reasonable rates. 22-9 J. C Jones spent a few days in Kansas City, visiting his sister-in-law Mrs. Mary Tipton. 2806 Generson street. Samuel A. Bondurant has received the sad news of the death of his fathe in Kausas, last week There have been some rumors cir culated that the M. E. Church of Col orado Springs did not pay up in fuP the pastor who was in charge there fo a time. Rev. Neloms, and to set at res this misstatement we publish the fo. lowing receipt, which should end al! talk: Colorado Springs*. 1, IT ’06 Received Bro. H. C. Daniels. S—l IfB by c;i«h ami $106‘l rererted to the church for unexpired term. Paid in full. 0. K. C. W. Xeloms, Pastor until 1, 1", 190s People's M. E. Church Herron's Waffle House has remover to 1861 Arapahoe street, where it has more commodious quarters. Improve merits have been made In several ways and the enterprising proprietor Is i,. to accommodate more people than b fore. Mrs. Wm. Walton It lufferlng will an Injured hand. Mra. E. B. Gehm, who baa been auf ferlng with rheumatism, Is about again. W. H. V. B. Taylor, who has been in charge of the Baptist Church in Butte, passed through the city Monda; tn route to Kansas City to remain. Miss LitcyW iley of the Springs was entertained by Mrs. Ed Douglass Saturday aud Suuday. Miss Gertrude Bass announces that she has opened a sewing parlor at 2214 Arapahoe street, and can do sat isfactory work at reasonable prices. Mr. W. E. Sanderlin, who has beer selected to inspect the Derby Mill and Mining Co.’s works at Central City Colo., left last week for Gilpin county. Mrs. Raymond Walker visited friends at Colorado Springs last week Mrs. Thos. Brooks of Twenty-first street and Mrs. Eva Easter delight fully entertained Mesdames Agnes Pruitt of Guthrie, Okla., Eva Harris of Grand Junction, Colo., and Davis of Lincoln avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. EJi were the acceptable guests who increased the number at Mrs. Easter’s reception. Mr. E. Howard, who has recently purchased some real estate on Marion is kept busy making doors, window sills, etc., for the proposed structure. Mrs. oallle McDonald entertained eleven at an afternoon tea, at which a very pleasant time was had. Mrs. Hooks, who died early Friday morning, was buried Sunday from the Zion Baptist Church. The wedding of Miss Mary M Smith and John Clifton at the Catholic Church was a beautiful affair. Father Robinson officiated, with th“ maids of honor as Miss Ada Washington am Miss Ethel Green, and Mr. Lafayette Riley as the best man; also liu.e Gladys Whitmier as ring-bearer. Sunday is Rally Day at the acott's M. E. Church, at which Rev. Payne and Rev. Douglass will speak. Doctors arc Puzzled. The remarkable recovery of Ken neth Mclver. of Vanceboro. Me., is the subject of much interest to the" medi cal fraternity and a wide circle of friends, lie says of his case; “Owing to severe inflammation of the Throat and congestion of the Lungs, three doctors gave mo up to die. when, as a last resort. I was induced to try Dr. Kiug’s New Discovery and I an* happy to say it saved my life." Cures the worst Coughs and Colds. Bron chitis, Tonsilitis, Weak Lungs Hoarseness and L aGrippe. Gutrar* tred at all drug stores. 60c and 11.00 Trial bottle free. Til. Main 3475 T. LOWE, express Everybody business desired. You will be treated right. Stand 14 and Court Place Besi ience, 1710 Lafayette Street.